The favourite would be the first horse to win this prize in consecutive years since Be Friendly more than 50 years ago
Lots of possible winners and some unknown quantities make Saturday’s running of the Haydock Sprint Cup a really enjoyable one to contemplate. It seems a pity, then, to go for the favourite but the claims of Harry Angel (4.15) are strong and he can become the first to win this in consecutive years since Be Friendly, more than half a century ago.
Related: Enable clash highlights Jockey Club’s short-sighted plan to sell Kempton
Ascot 1.35 Fox Leicester 2.10 Shambolic 2.45 Raising Sand 3.20 Scottish Jig 3.55 Ghostwatch 4.30 Rebel Streak 5.05 Bahamian Sunrise
Continue reading…Original Article