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Beverley best each-way bet: Where’s Jeff to ask questions of market leaders

Only seven runners line up for this 10-furlong handicap, but with four making their season debut , just about any one of them could hit the ground running to make a nonsense of the early betting.

17:05 Beverley: Rapid Lad Handicap (1 miles 2 furlongs)

That hasn’t stopped the bookies from suggesting that we are in for a two-horse race here, with early favourite My Harrison George knocking on the door of a maiden win after rounding off last season with two close-up seconds on all-weather tracks.

Lenny’s Spirit blew away a few cobwebs on Lingfield’s synthetic track last month, and should go well under Rossa Ryan on his return to turf, on which he won three of his nine 2023 outings. 

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Despite only seven runners lining up, some bookmakers are still offering three places, which opens the minor placings’ door for the likes of rank outsider Sonning, who looks very interesting on his return to Flat turf.

Danny Brooke’s six-year-old shaped up well in this sphere in his early career, before looking equally at home over hurdles before having to miss the entire 2023 campaign.

Arguably a more realistic frame-finish prospect, however, is Where’s Jeff, hailing from the in-form yard of Michael and David Easterby.

Suggested best bet: Where’s Jeff each-way in the 17:05 at Beverley

This seasoned nine-year-old campaigner can boast a course-distance success among his nine career wins, the most recent of which came on his penultimate outing of last season, when he edged his head in front of a five-runner affair at Hamilton in September.

He looked out of sorts when trailing in last at York a month later, but he will return here form a six-month break, and it’s worth noting that he ran well fresh this time this year, when he kicked off with a close-up second in this very race and followed up with a narrow win at Hamilton 10 days later.

It’s also worth noting that his two most recent runs were at a higher Class 4 level, and this return to 0-70 company should put him right in the mix under the capable presence of Shane Gray.


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