Tuesday, 26 October 2010

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We now go back to April as we continue our look back at some notable successes/results from 2010 already in the bag.

Today, the winner which hit the highest in-running price.

Emma Lavelle's good quality chaser Ouzbeck was the selection in a class two handicap at Cheltenham on April 14th.

The horse had appeared to lose his way a little, running unplaced in his last seven outings including over hurdles the last twice before this particular day. A solid mover in the morning, we backed him at 7/1, before watching as he drifted on track to go off 17/2. Not a great start, and when the race began he seemed to be really struggling to get to grips back over the big obstacles.

Not fluent at his fences, he was seemingly far too keen, and before too long was being scrubbed along. This cause the in-running layers to really get stuck in, and before you knew he was trading at 200.

This was a 3m 1f race though (his first try over such a lengthy distance) and there was still time for him to get back in the race. And get back in the race he did, on the last circuit he started to force his way into contention so much so that with around five fences left he was beginning to look a danger. Over the last, he took the lead and was driven out to win by 3/4 length.

A result which looked all but impossible minutes before had been chalked up, and with best odds guaranteed in play the returns were better than expected too.

Ouzbeck would go on to prove his staying credentials again later in the summer when landing the Summer National at Uttoxeter.

A day when the morning money was spot on, coupled with a horse who didn't know he was beaten, great stuff!

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