The New One To Land Its Fourth at Haydock
Seven-year-old The New One had an impressive 2014, culminating in an outstandingfour and half-length victory over Vaniteux at Cheltenham. He will be hoping to keep his form for trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies at Haydock this weekend to make it four victories in a row.
He’s a battler as evidenced by his narrow victory over Rock On Ruby at Aintree last year. Rider Sam Twiston-Davies has saddled all of his victories so far this National Hunt season andthe duo will be hoping his class can shine through to prove his favouritism.
Can The Queen Take Victory at Haydock?
Famed for having horses that run on the flat circuits, Her Majesty the Queen will see her colours fly onClose Toucharound the Haydock track in the CE Facilities Novices Chase
Trained by Nicky Henderson, the seven-year-old gelding picked up where he left off in 2013, winning by an impressive eleven lengths at Wincanton on his last outing.
Jockey Nico de Boinvillealready has a win for Henderson in 2015 and he should have no difficulties in seeing off the competition for Her Majesty.
Today’s free horse racing tip:
Five-year-old Venetia Williams trained Aso is still a youngster in jumping terms, but that hasn’t stopped him picking up two victories this National Hunt season.
His most recent win came in the Totequadpot Novices’ Hurdle at Taunton just over a fortnight ago, where he saw off Colin Tizzard trained Kingfisher Creek,by half a length.
Battling against Kingfisher Creek, again tomorrow, his trainer will be hoping he can keep up his impressive form of placing in all races this year, and priced at 5/2 he is a good bet to take the victory.