Robin De Creuse likely to prevail in BetAngel Handicap Chase at Southwell

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Robin De Creuse likely to prevail in BetAngel Handicap Chase at Southwell
Robin De Creuse, is all set to dominate the proceedings in the Class 4 Win Whatever The Result With BetAngel Handicap Chase, taking place at Southwell on Wednesday, February 15, 2012.
The going is good to soft, and the 2 miles 4 furlongs and 110 yard event has 11 runners, including the likes of Robin De Creuse, Forty Five, Ring Bo Ree, and The Disengager, with a purse of £3,054.
The competition is quite open, as the line-up comprises of some talented contestants. However, Robin De Creuse, can easily be declared favourite considering his recent form.
In his latest outing on January 2, the six-year-old remained slightly unlucky, and finished second by 2 ¼ lengths.

Nonetheless, the horse, ridden by Richard Johnson, is currently leading the list of favourites.
It is not going to be an easy outing for Philip Hobbs’s high profile contender, his stable mate, The Disengager, might give him tough time on the course.
The eight-year-old is making a comeback after a break of more than four months. He made his last outing back in September last year, when he seized second place in the Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer Handicap Chase.

The horse is resuming at the same level, and that might work as a huge advantage.
Another horse with decent chances to thrive is Nataani, trained by Jo Davis. The nine-year-old veteran will be ridden by Timmy Murphy, who will look to avoid any slip ups.
Nataani’s previous race was not impressive at all, as he ended up fourth by a huge margin of 20 lengths.

The exciting colt will look to rub those sour memories out of his mind, and start this year with a bang.
The big names like Forty Five and Evella cannot be ignored as well. Forty Five is also stepping in with a recent poor show, but the famous jockey, A. P. McCoy, is expected to extract the best out of the 10-year-old.

Evella’s chances are not bright, but her connections are hoping for an upset.
According to the betting forecast, Robin De Creuse, is likely to steal the show tonight.

However, his jockey will have to keep a close eye on Forty Five, and The Disengager.



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