ALBERT BARTLETT TRENDS:
- Finishing first or second last time is plus
- Six and seven-year-olds do best
- A Graded run last time is a must
- A win close to 3m is important
- Last run must have been within two months
LATEST EXHIBITION can set out his stall in the Albert Bartlett.
This is another race where finishing third or worse last time is a big worry. So Fury Road, House Island and Redford Road are quickly overlooked.
We’ll zoom in on the horses aged six and seven which is bad news for Lieutenant Rocco, Ramses De Teillee and The Cashel Man.
Running in a Graded race last time has been a major pointer.
Monkfish, Janidil, Sempo, Aione, Cat Tiger, Foxy Jacks, Kiltealy Briggs, Oscar Academy and The Wolf can’t tick that particular box.
Thyme Hill has been off the track a little too long to be winning the Albert Bartlett. Harry Senior has not won beyond 2m4f which may see him lack for stamina a little.
That leaves a shootout between Cobbler’s Way and LATEST EXHIBITION. The latter beat the former at Leopardstown last time and can confirm that form.
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