Trainer Tom Symonds has well and truly bounced onto the jumps racing scene this season, having landed winners up and down the country consistently, matching the strike rates of the big hitting handlers in the sport from a much smaller amount of runners.
Symonds has had a superb time of things since the start of the season landing some nice contests including the Grade Two Ascot Hurdle with Song For Someone.
Over the last two weeks the young handler has seemed to produce some of the best of his form, currently running at a 60% win rate having had six winners from 10 runners.
At Southwell on Tuesday he has just the one runner and with the current form he is in, these are the things you must take notice of.
In the lucky last he fields Williams Overture in the Class 5 Handicap Hurdle and although on the bare face of his form he looks to need more, he has a fair bit going for him.
He drops in trip today having not stayed over three miles last time out and also has very low mileage which suggests his current mark is workable.
David Bass takes the ride for the stable and he is also a jockey in tremendous form having landed nine winners from 27 runners over the last 14 days which sees himself running at a 33.33% strike rate.
The horse since yesterday has undergone some serious market support moving from 10/1 into 4/1 in places and being Symonds only runner at the track you can see why.