Two Good Chances at Ascot Tomorrow
We have two genuine chances tomorrow at Ascot.
The first being the 3YO gelding by Oakland Park’s resident stallion Sessions, Massimo, who will run in the 3YO 60+ event over 1000 metres.
He won on debut at Belmont over 1000 metres and at his second start ran second beaten less than a length over the same distance.
Trained by Adam Durrant, he looks to be a progressive type capable of going through the classes.
Our second runner is the very competitive Fred Kersley trained Rogano gelding In Love With Paris, a winner of 4 races and 9 places from his 23 starts. He goes around in the get out stakes (race 9) coming off a last start third beaten a length to the very promising galloper Cup Night.
He will again have the services of top jockey Paul Harvey and is knocking on the door to win this campaign.