Choc’ A ‘Moca expected to thrive in Yorkshire Handicap
Choc’ A ‘Moca is expected to clinch first position convincingly in the Go Racing In Yorkshire
Handicap. The Class 6 contest will take place today, June 8 on the Catterick track of 5 furlongs and 212 yards. The event is scheduled to start at 4:55 (GMT).
The Paul Midgley-trained bay gelding gained immense momentum by winning Happy Birthday Stacey Reynolds Handicap in his last going on June 4. The high-stakes race was held at Carlisle.
The maverick horse marvellously defeated the hot favourite runner, Cruise Tothelimit along with 7 other rivals.
Prior to this, the 32-race veteran sprinter had gained 3rd position against 13 competitors in Ripon Rufc In Union With Wooden Spoon Handicap on May 20.
As a whole, the brilliant son of Camacho out of Dear Catch has won 4 of his total 32 starts so far.
At the moment, the experienced gelding is carrying a lot of confidence that will help him dominate 11 rivals including Bay Of Fires, North Central, Mecca’s Team, Greenhead High, Rutterkin, Irrational, Ursus, Magic Bounty, Crabbies Ginger, Hugenot and Chambers.
If Choc’ A ‘Moca wins, he will walk away with the cash prize worth £2,045. His chances to thrive are as high as 90 percent.
None of the other runners can challenge Choc’ A ‘Moca; however, Magic Bounty and Hugenot are likely to perform well.
Magic Bounty is still winless despite having run for 6 times to date. The Tim Easterby-trained novice gelding finished 5th against 11 rivals in his last outing on May 25, 2012. Earlier, he had gained a 7th position on May 2.
On the other hand, Hugenot has a dozen of starts to his name but he is too winless so far. The Tobias B. P. Coles-trained gelding too finished 5th in his last outing just a day ago.
Thus, each one of this duo will try to break his maiden in today’s marathon. In this situation, there will be a tough tug of war today. However, Choc’ A ‘Moca will be able to thrive emphatically. Good luck to all the runners who will entertain their fans
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