Bold Cuffs likely to shine in Back Or Lay At Handicap

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Bold Cuffs likely to shine in Back Or Lay At Handicap
Bold Cuffs is a strong contender for winning the Back Or Lay At Handicap at Kempton in England on Wednesday, August 8, 2012. A victory will earn his owner, Fawzi Abdulla Nass, a cash prize of £2,264.
A total of eight runners will be battling out for victory in the class-5 event, which will start at 18:30 GMT. Furthermore, the going will be standard to slow and the distance to cover for all participants will be 1 mile and 3 furlongs.
The stamina of all runners will be put to a test, but all runners are fully capable of coping up with such conditions. They have been trained well and anyone can pull off a surprise at the end of the day.
However, the best chances of victory appear to be with Bold Cuffs, as he is in good form right now. He does not have a lot of experience, but that does not matter much, if the runner is doing well. He has been priced 4 to 1 by the bookies and the punters
will definitely be placing a few bets on him.
The three-year-old gelding made his debut in December 2011 and was competitive straight away. He was given decent odds back then and was expected to be fighting for the top three positions. This was exactly what he did and finished as a runner up in the
end. He gave a tough time to the winner, Sky Crossing, who was rated as the outright favourite to win that event.
Dutch Art’s son took part in one more race in that season and managed to secure the second place once again. His performance was very good and his team was delighted with the way he ended the season.
The start to 2012 was a very good one for the Sir Mark Prescott Bt’s trainee, as he was victorious in the first race he took part in this year. He had to fight extremely hard, but managed to take the top spot by a neck distance in the end.
However, Bold Cuffs failed to repeat such a strong show in his most recent run and had to settle for fifth place. He has got a lot of talent and will definitely bounce back strongly at Kempton under jockey, Seb Sanders.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are solely of the writer’s and do not reflect’s official editorial policy.



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