Hamilton Hill gets the best odds for Apprentice Handicap

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Hamilton Hill gets the best odds for Apprentice Handicap
Hamilton Hill has got a solid chance of claiming the Apprentice Handicap at Ffos Las in England on Monday, July 2, 2012. The winner of the class-6 event will be awarded a cash prize of £1,617.
There will be a total of nine runners seen in action over the mile 4 furlong race, which is scheduled to start at 18:25 GMT. Moreover, the going will be soft, which is likely to suit Hamilton Hill more than any other contestant. He is carrying a decent momentum whereas most of his rivals have been struggling for form over the past few months.
The five-year-old gelding does not have a good winning percentage, as he has only won a couple of times out of 16 runs. However, he likes running on the soft ground and might walk away with a comfortable win in the end.
The Dai Burchell trained started his career in the 2011 season and his performances at the beginning were below par. He was unable to meet the expectations of his team back then, and could not manage to get placed in his first three races.
However, the T. G. Price owned gelding finished the 2011 season on a high, winning his first ever race at Yarmouth. He entered that event with a starting price of 15 to 2 and managed to upset the favourite by three lengths and three quarters. This performance gave him a lot of confidence and he delivered some decent results in the next season.
A few more races down the season got Hamilton Hill the second win. He was completely dominant back then and did not allow anyone else to come closer. His performance in the most recent outing was also a good one, as he finished as the runner-up by just a short head's distance.
The favourite gelding will be partnered with young rider, Robert Williams, who will be eying a strong show at Ffos Las today.
On the other hand, Tijori might manage to cause a few problems for Hamilton Hill during the race, as he has got a good chance of pulling through such conditions. The four-year-old gelding has participated in a dozen events, winning just a couple of them.
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