Who To Follow At Doncaster On Saturday - 27/03/21

Horse To Follow - Vanity Affair

The penultimate event of the afternoon on Town Moor is the Apprentice Handicap over 1m2f and Vanity Affair for Charlie Fellowes looks a big player.

The four year old has only been seen three times during his career to date, making his debut in December at Kempton over a mile and finishing a good fourth behind some smart types who have since franked the form.

In January he went to Lingfield and did not seem to handle the track, but last time out at Chelmsford he gave a career best when stepped up to 1m2f and finishing a good second behind the smart Father Of Jazz.

If improving for the switch to turf he could be tough to beat and should break his maiden tag.

Trainer To Follow - Richard Fahey

Richard Fahey is a trainer that is coming back into form having not had the best season on the flat last term, but during the winter has had some nice all weather winners and he could push on to the numbers he has been used to on the turf.

At Doncaster on Saturday the Yorkshire based trainer has some huge chances at nice prices to get his term off to a good start.

The first is Amaysmont in the second race of the day who is very experienced in these types of events and should have a big run in him coming back to the turf from the all weather.

Another big chance for the handler on the day comes in the lucky last with Hot Team, who got back to form with a nice fourth at Lingfield last time out and should improve from that

Fahey is a shrewd trainer that should not be overlooked this term.

Jockey To Follow - Benoit De La Sayette

Finally, the jockey we believe is worth following at Town Moor at the weekend is the new kid on the block, 7lb claimer Benoit De La Sayette.

The youngster is the first claimer John Gosden has employed in over 25 years, which shows just how special this rider could be in the future.

On Saturday he has his first big chance to show how good he is on the turf, with Haqeeqy in the Lincoln Handicap and the smart looking Sevenal in the Maiden event.

They both look to be superb rides and with his 7lb taking off the weight he could be a valuable asset to the Gosden team this term.