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  • Writer's pictureSimon Long

Big Boy Bobby might be the one to get Barbury’s 2022 wagon rolling

Tom, has four rides today at Huntingdon


12:55 BIG BOY BOBBY - COMMENTS

1m2f winner; second on hurdling debut at Hereford; only a 4yo so receiving weight.

Trainer Alan King.

Our last 10 runners have all finished in the frame, though, frustratingly, we still await our first jumping winner of 2022.

We have six horses leaving Barbury on Friday for Huntingdon and Lingfield, and Big Boy Bobby, who tired late on when a pleasing runner-up on his hurdling debut at Hereford, could be the one to get us rolling again at Huntingdon. Owners - Incipe Partnership


1:25 ONLY MONEY - COMMENTS

Latest RPR of 119 suggests he might well cope with this 7lb higher mark.

Trainer Chris Gordon, has a 20% strike rate with his chases at Huntingdon

showing a +10.71.

This boy won well over C&D last May (good) and recorded another clear-cut

success at Leicester (2m, good-soft) two weeks ago.

His RRP of 119 suggests he might well cope with this 7Ib higher mark today.

He has come out of that race really well and should hopefully run well again today.

Owner - Mr Dan Dennis.


2:00 STORM DENNIS - COMMENTS

His Wincanton second reads well and heavy ground an excuse for handicap debut flop.

Trainer Chris Gordon - This lad is a soft ground bumper winner who performed better

after wind surgery when chasing home a potentially smart filly at Wincanton (Holly)

(1m,7f, good-soft) His flop at Plumpton last time on handicap debut was due to heavy

ground. First time over this trip but should stay and all conditions should suit.

Owner - Mr Dan Dennis.


3:10 WHO DARES WINS - COMMENTS

Entitled to have fared better on his return to hurdling at Doncaster in December.

Trainer Alan King - Owners - HP Racing Who Dares Wins.


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