What To Follow At The Second Racing League Meeting 2022

James Mackie | @JMackieRacing

Trainer To Follow - Andrew Balding

Andrew Balding started last week with a winner in the Racing League and at Lingfield on Thursday he has two big chances that might pay to follow.

His first of the day is the five year old gelding Group One Power who drops back in trip and holds some of the best back form into the race.

The better of the two chances comes in the 1m4f event with Neandra looking to make it back to back wins over course and distance.

Jockey To Follow - Rossa Ryan

Rossa Ryan for Ireland on Thursday has a handful of tasty rides across the afternoon that makes him interesting to follow at the Surrey based track.

Set to ride Ffion in the opener the mare was a nice winner on seasonal debut and she will be looking to get back to that form.

Ryan teams up with Loughnane again in the third event with Double O showing some good form this season and has every chance of putting it all together here.

Baby Steps who is a horse that hits the frame but rarely wins but wearing eye shields, that could give him the extra edge.

To finish off, Ryan rides the Richard Hughes trained Merlin's Beard in the penultimate event and then in the finale teams up with the handler again on Sea Appeal.

Team Ireland could have a good evening.