BRAE FLYER (Trap 2, 15.47) was proving a model of consistency throughout the month of May and, in truth, had little go right when looking to hold excellent claims 7 days ago. Campaigned predominantly in red of late, the switch to trap 2 rates a plus (5-10) in the blue jacket and provided he can escape potential scrimmaging early doors, all looks set fair for a big run.
YOUNG JAYFKAY (Trap 1, 17.39) hasn’t got his head in front since late April, yet it’s worth noting that success came at a higher grade and he is fancied to prove a different proposition granted a clear run. Considering he encountered trouble, he was hardly beaten far in A3 class last time and he can announce himself on the scene from the ¾ point.
Over at Newcastle PENNYS ECHO (Trap 2, 21.14) has largely been competing off the back of the handicap of late, picking up late gains. However, she’s established as a versatile, classy performer with a solid A1 record and is fancied to resume winning ways. Never the quickest from the boxes, she comes home with a fair old rattle and can bear down on tonight’s rivals from the ¾ point for success.