Distant Sun likely to prevail in Deal Or No Deal At Amateur Riders´ Handicap

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Distant Sun likely to prevail in Deal Or No Deal At Amateur Riders´ Handicap
Distant Sun is favourite to win the Deal Or No Deal At Amateur Riders´ Handicap at Ayr in England on Sunday, July 8, 2012. A cash prize of £1,844 will be given away to the class-6 winner.
Due to the overnight rain, the track will be soft in the 5 furlong event, which will start at 17:00 GMT. There are a total of 12 runners lined up for action at Ayr and the best of them appears to be Distant Sun, who has got a lot of experience and will also
like the conditions today.
The veteran runner has participated in 74 races and has got a chance of completing a century, if he keeps on performing with consistency. His strike rate is on the lower side, as he has managed to win just seven times in his career. He also has six runners
up positions to his name whereas finished third on 11 occasions.
The eight-year-old gelding made his debut way back in November 2006 and was impressive right from the start, finishing third in that race. He was priced 25 to 1 back then, but took everyone by surprise in the end. This was his only outing that year and it
gave a lot of confidence to him.
In the 2007 season, the Linda Perratt’s trainee did a very good job in the first couple of races. He struggled in a few races afterwards, but came back strongly, winning his first race at Ayr. He was rated as the favourite back then and lived up to the expectations
of the bookies.
After completing a decent season, Distant Sun trained hard and came back even stronger in 2008. He won a couple of back to back races at the start of that year and looked in extremely good form. However, there were a few ups and downs for him overall. Despite
all that, his performances were not that bad.
Looking at the recent years, Distant View’s son was unable to perform with consistency, which is not a positive sign. However, he has a very good chance of shining yet again at the same venue, where he won his first ever race. He will be partnered by Mrs
Adele Mulrennan.
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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