Billy Buttons looking to make a great comeback in the Betdaq Mobile Apps Median Auction Maiden Stakes

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Billy Buttons looking to make a great comeback in the Betdaq Mobile Apps Median Auction Maiden Stakes 
The bookmakers are predicting that, Billy Buttons, will make a return in the Betdaq Mobile Apps Median Auction Maiden Stakes which will take place at Kempton on 21st March, 2012.
He will be competing against Time For Harry, Total Obsession, Apassionforfashion, and Ctappers for £1,617 over a distance of 1 mile and 4 furlongs.
Billy Buttons has competed in five races in his career, three times as favourite. The son of Act One, out of Dolce Thundera, finished as a runner-up in the Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Kempton on 16th August, 2011.

As a favourite, the punters sent him as the 8 to 13 choice, but he finished second, falling short by a narrow distance of a head to winner, Star Commander. Racing at the same venue may give him a certain advantage in this race.
Under jockey David Probert, he finished second in the Piper Champagne Stakes Handicap at Goodwood on 21st September, 2011. This time he was defeated by, Sandusky, by a slightly larger margin of 2 ½ lengths.
His trainer, Andrew Balding, was pleased with his steady performances as the four-year-old gelding was gaining experience and performing well.  His most recent race was disappointing for the punters as well as the connections, as he finished last in
the Bathwick Tyres “Season Finale” Handicap at Salisbury on 10th October, 2011.
His pace was not brisk enough in this race, and was out of the race with a furlong to go, which discouraged him.
The bettors are keeping a keen eye on him based on his previous performances. This will be his first race in 2012m and his connections are looking forward to a solid finish. He will be coupled with David Probert in this race.
Ctappers may challenge him in this race as he has been securing placed positions this season. The son of Imperial Dancer, out of Stride Home, delivered an impressive finish in his seasonal debut, as he finished as a runner-up to the race favourite,
Spartilla, who defeated him by 1 ¼ lengths in the Handicap at Kempton on 8th February, 2012.
The Mick Channon trained bay gelding claimed a placed finish in the Bet On Today’s Football At Maiden Stakes at Lingfield on 25th February, 2012. He fell short of second place by a neck.
The three-year-old gelding lacks experience, but shows immense potential. In his most recent race, he was paired with Joe Fanning and stood third, finishing 3 ½ lengths after second place winner What’s The Point in the Black Country’s Only Racecourse
Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Wolverhampton on 9th March, 2012.
Time For Harry finished third in his career debut in the Mirror Punters Club Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Southwell on 20th March, 2012. It was a good start for the five-year-old gelding who is trained by Phil McEntee.
The bookies are looking at Billy Buttons with interest because he has managed a finish as a runner-up on this venue. The long break he took may serve in his favour, and he may emerge from this race as a winner.
Ctappers may be tough to beat, but it is predicted that he will finish second where as Time For Harry may secure third place.
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