Who To Follow At Haydock On Friday - 28/05/21

Horse To Follow - Eileendover

The second race of the day at Haydock sees the Fillies' Novice Stakes over 1m 3 1/2f and the exciting Eileendover makes her debut on the flat.

The four year old has been seen four times on the level but in national hunt bumpers during her career to date and has landed three wins and fair fourth when up in class.

She made her debut at Huntingdon in November where she went on to bolt up by 29 lengths on good ground.

The daughter of Canford Cliffs was then sent to Wetherby in December, this time on soft ground and she handled it just aswell to score by another wide margin 16 lengths.

In January her handler decided to step her up into Listed company at Market Rasen in heavy ground and she again trounced a field by close to seven lengths.

What was taking about this performance is that the third has since landed a Grade Two bumper and the fourth has since won a Listed event over hurdles.

She skipped the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham festival in favour of heading to Aintree in April for the Grade Two Mares' Bumper and finished a decent fourth.

The form of that race has since been franked with the first since getting off the mark on the flat and with plan always being to get her going in this sphere, she is one to watch.

Trainer To Follow - William Haggas

William Haggas is a trainer bang in form at the minute and on Friday he holds some live contenders that can add to his good run.

In the Fillies' Handicap over seven furlongs he sees his first big chance with Conservatoire who looks a progressive filly that will enjoy the soft ground.

In the lucky last he sees arguably his best chance of the day with Chalk Stream for the Queen, who won nicely last time out and could back that up here.

Over the last two weeks Haggas has managed to land seven winners from 39 runners which sees him running at a 18% strike rate.

Jockey To Follow - Tony Hamilton

Finally, the jockey to follow on Friday from Haydock looks to be Tony Hamilton, who teams up with Richard Fahey with some nice rides.

The experienced riders best chance of the day comes in the Novice Stakes over seven furlongs with Neat And Dandy looking to improve from his third on debut.

Another mare that could go well for Hamilton on Friday is Society Queen, who gets back to six furlongs on soft ground for the first time since his last win.