GENEVA GEYSER drops back in trip to 10 furlongs tomorrow at Chester and has the advantage of a good draw in 2. He was tried over 12 furlongs at York last time out and he didn't appear to quite get home. He also didn't seem to like the change in tactics. He will be wearing blinkers tomorrow purely as a help to get him to break more quickly from the stalls. He does not like the stalls very much and can be slowly away. The fact that there are only 10 runners should help him as he shouldn't have to be standing in the stalls too long. It will be important to make use of such a good draw at Chester. Unfortunately Micky Fenton ,who knows him so well, is unavailable tomorrow but Stephen Craine should be a more than able substitute. He is a good horseman and should suit the horse. GENEVA GEYSER has come out of the York race well, the ground should suit him, so if he breaks well he should run a big race. He ran better than the form suggests at York last time out as he ran well until the final furlong and was eased when beaten.