A trainer on Saturday is looking to have a winner at Haydock, sending just one runner across the Irish Sea to compete.
When we see trainers coming across from Ireland, to just run the one horse, we like to highlight it, as we believe they would not be coming all that way if it did not have a real chance.
The trainer in question is Emmet Mullins who boasts a tidy 23% strike rate with his horses he sends over to Britain.
His runner, Rightplacerighttime, has the look of a tactically well plotted runner; he’s a part of a shrewd ownership who know how to smuggle horses into races off a low handicap mark.
The runner remains open to plenty improvement here, having won at the third time of asking over the larger obstacles last time out for his first time step up to 3 miles, showing plenty of ability at todays trip to win by 7.5 lengths.
He remains unexposed at the distance and is now open to further progression.
He already runs off a lightweight 10 stone 2lbs for the contest and despite this, Emmet Mullins still makes an eye catching booking in the saddle of the very able Harry Kimber who claims a further 7lb.
Weighted to go close here.