Parlour Games came up short and had to settle for second behind Blue Heron for Dan and Harry Skelton, while Blacklough didn’t take part and was a NR.
So Noble goes in the 3.20 at Windsor for Willie Muir and Martin Dwyer. After a promising debut behind his stablemate, he went and won next time himself. He is stepping up in trip and faces heavy ground for the first time. He is by no means a certainty to win but he was allocated a mark of 69 which he ought to be capable of defying. He is completely unexposed and the 13/8 on offer with Paddy Power is a little skinny but with the likely form horse who ran yesterday (Mendacious Harpy) probably going to be a NR it will get even skinnier. Peak Storm may give him most to do if recapturing his old form.
Bet: 1pt win