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Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie: #1 King Calvin (Newton Abbot, 2pm)
We head the length and breadth of the UK in our Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie.
The first leg runs over in the West Country.
King Calvin is a six-year-old son of King’s Theatre and is trained by Jack Barber.
This one has won two point-to-point races and has looked good on his runs under rules.
He won a maiden hurdle at Wincanton in March and was second to a good one at Exeter last time out.
This contest looks winnable and Nick Schofield takes the ride.
Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie: #2 Harry Angel (York, 3.30pm)
The big flat meeting at York is our next stop for our Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie.
This Group 2 sprint looks ripe for the picking for Harry Angel.
The four-year-old son of Dark Angel is trained by Clive Cox and he is firing at a 35% strike rate.
Harry Angel is pretty lightly raced and has only finished out of the top two once in eight starts.
In addition, all but one of those runs have been at Group Level.
He landed two Group 1s last year and looks a cut above this lot.
Furthermore, Adam Kirby takes the ride and he gets on well with this one.
Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie: #3 Champ (Perth, 6.05pm)
It’s up to Scotland for the final leg of our Wednesday, May 16: Newton Abbot, York & Perth Daily Trixie.
This one also looks a tap in.
Champ is a six-year-old son of King’s Theatre and is trained by Nicky Henderson.
With a strike rate of 43%, the champion trainer is the man to follow at present and Champ looks the real deal.
He ran twice in bumpers and won on debut.
However, he was beaten on his last bumper run but it was a close one.
He made his hurdles debut at Ascot last time and was narrowly beaten into second.
However, the winner that day has since come out and bagged a Listed race.
In conclusion, hat means the form looks strong and this race looks winnable.
Furthermore, Nicky De Boinville takes the ride.
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