The progressive A BOY NAMED SUZI takes a step up in class and trip tomorrow at Yarmouth. The way he won at Kempton last time suggested that he needed every yard of 1 1/2 miles so it seems a logical step to run him over an extra 2 furlongs. Hopefully he can progress further over this distance. He is nicely weighted with 8st 1lb so must have a good chance of following up his recent win. The ground should be good or good/firm which is fine for him. There is good prizemoney on offer so let's hope he can bring some of it home.
TORRAN SOUND also runs at Yarmouth tomorrow, in a 2 mile handicap. He won there earlier in the year over a shorter trip but this distance should suit him better. He has the blinkers back on again as they do seem to help him. He has been freshened up after a few runs over hurdles and he may appreciate switching back to the flat. He does seem to have 2 ways of running but if he is on a 'going' day he must have a chance as it is not the strongest race on paper. He definitely has the ability to win a race like this if he decides to put his best foot forward.
VIKING ROSE heads up the A1 to Pontefract tomorrow. She faces a big field of 17 and she is drawn widest of all in 17. Normally this would be considered a disadvantage but she prefers to be on the outside of horses as she does not like to be crowded. She has plenty of toe so hopefully she can break well and get a good position. The ground is currently good/firm which shouild suit her as her best form is on fast ground. She is stepping up in class but she is in goods form and should run well.
All 3 runners do have a chance tomorrow, as always they just need things to go right for them on the day.