Betfair Ambassador's Trainers Quotes Ahead Of Saturday - 27/03/21

Betfair Ambassador Insight – Saturday 27th March

Leading trainers and Betfair Ambassador's Paul Nicholls, Joseph O'Brien and Olly Murphy have given some key quotes about some of their horses running on Saturday...

Also this week leading flat jockey Ryan Moore gives his insight on his ride in the Dubai World Cup with him sitting on an outside contender.

Paul Nicholls: Petrossian in great shape ahead of Saturday's return to Newbury

“He made a striking impact when hacking up at Newbury on his racecourse debut on 5 November. While I wasn't expecting fireworks from Petrossian that day he had been doing everything right at homev and cruised clear in the closing stages. He has continued to please and returns to Newbury in great shape.

For more from Paul, read the full column at Betting.Betfair: HERE

Joseph O'Brien: Speak In Colours could take his chance at Meydan

“Speak In Colours has been a wonderful horse for us, winning stakes races every year since we've had him. He has been Group 1-placed a couple of times and we thought this race would be worth having a crack at. He should come on a lot from his comeback run at Dundalk and the setup of this race should suit him. Finishing in the frame would be a great result, but if the favourite underperforms, Speak In Colours' best form puts him right in the mix.”

For more from Joseph, read the full column at Betting.Betfair: HERE

Olly Murphy: Alpha Carinae could run well at a big price at Doncaster

“Alpha Carinae drops back in trip after finishing third in a Listed event at Doncaster on her last start. She’s a mare who has got plenty of ability and likes good ground. She seems in good form at home, and if they go a good gallop, she could run well at a big price.”

For more from Olly, read the full column at Betting.Betfair: HERE

Ryan Moore: Title Ready has outside chance in Dubai World Cup

“Title Ready’s stamina for this 1m2f trip doesn't look assured but we do know he comes here in form, having won well last time in the Grade 3 Louisana Stakes over 1m1f. I see the runner-up has won since too, so let us see what he can do as he steps back up in class again. He needs to improve a fair bit here though on what we saw of him in the Breeders' Cup Classic, but nothing much scares you that much in here, does it? You can't argue too much with his draw in four, as well.”

For more from Ryan, read the full column at Betting.Betfair: HERE