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With just the three poor maiden runs to date Hope Springs heads into handicaps for the first time off the basement mark of 45 and at massive odds of 50/1 we have to take a chance of him now he is in his grade.
Hope Springs is your classic buzzy speedy green horse. She was drawn wide on all three starts and showed speed but was always being reined back by the jockey.
Twice over 6F where she burnt herself out.
On her second start over todays course and distance, and first run of this season she showed me enough to suggest she has the speed and ability to win over the minimum trip. She was again draw widest and showed speed to be handy but was forced to race 8 horses wide round the bend and was pushed out even further by a horse that hung into her on the crest of the bend.
She was only beaten 8 lengths and that included her fading in the final furlong (probably due to fitness) and not being given a hard time. Postmarking 40 in the process.
Well today she only has to postmark around 50 to win this and from an inside draw over the 5F I feel she is very capable of the slight improvement necessary to be victorious at huge odds of 50/1.
Jim Boyle uses jockey Charlie Bennett for some of his all weather winners, so this is very much a positive jockey booking and we have to get involved at 50/1 with Bet365 and I recommend 1 point each way.
She is still value at 20/1.