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Pete starts with the opener at Haydock and a Harry Fry runner that looks a worthy favourite. Might I beat Thunder Rock last time out and can go like lightning here.
12.10 Haydock - Might I
Harry Fry is a trainer going places and he can take this listed novices' hurdle with the progressive Might I.
The Fame And Glory gelding went like the clappers to beat Alan King's Thunder Rock at Newton Abbot by a full 11 lengths.
Adrian Heskin gets the leg up and here are a couple of reasons why Pete thinks it's a case of will, not might, for Might I.
"Got a good win at Newton Abbot last time around…the price is not going to be huge at any point on Might I.
Has had three runs so far, has won two of them, had a bit of a sloppy one in between, which I don't think any of us can worry too much about.
But I've been watching Might I for a couple of weeks now and thinking about this kind of listed run. I think really Harry Fry, who is probably cleverer than I am, has been thinking the same."
14.25 Haydock - Orbys Legend
Veteran trainer Philip Hobbs is still a force in the game and he goes into this Grade 3 with a live chance.
The consistent Orbys Legend has never dropped out of the top three in any of his six career runs.
He comes to Haydock on the back of wins at Sandown and Chepstow and has a solid chance of a hat-trick.
Here's a few factors on why Pete reckons Orbys Legend can live up to his name at Haydock.
"I really like this runner, was very very impressed with that win at Chepstow in Grade 3 last time around. Has barely finished outside of the top three that Orbys Legend has run in recently.
Now the price is pretty big at the time of recording, if that holds, Orbys Legend is going to be a very tasty each-way proposition…
I just keep coming back to Orbys Legend and saying 'I think your price is too big, I think your form is too good and you, Orbys Legend, are good value'."
15.00 Haydock - Next Destination
(Please note Next Destination is now a non runner)
A sizzling hot Grade 1 at Haydock can go the way of Next Destination for six time Betfair Chase winner Paul Nicholls, according to Pete.
The nine-year-old galloper has been primed for the race and finished an admirable second last time out behind the talented Galvin.
Next Destination has only finished outside the top three on one of his thirteen runs and can go close at Haydock.
Stable jockey Harry Cobden gets the ride as expected and the following represents a smidgen of why Pete thinks Next Destination is going places.
"I think Next Destination looks really good, finished second last time around after an impressive run from Galvin. I think didn't really do everything to beat Galvin that day but showed enough for me.
Was a winner at Warwick, was a winner at Newbury, has just gone generally very very well. Now, doesn't have a Haydock run in the pocket but I'm not too worried about that.
…When you've beaten Next Destination in big races you've been the likes of Samcro. I think this is a really good price."