Who To Follow At Haydock On Sunday - 08/08/21

Horse To Follow - Liamarty Dreams

The Nursery Handicap over seven furlongs sees some nice youngsters head to post and the one that catches the eye is the Karl Burke trained Liamarty Dreams.

The two year old has been seen three times in his career to date and has made big strides forward everytime he has turned up to the track.

He made his debut in May at Carlisle and was a good second behind the Kevin Ryan trained Aleezdancer, who has since gone on to frank the form.

The colt was then sent to Nottingham where he was another close up third, but last time out he gave the best run of his career when landing a Maiden in taking style at Newcastle on the all weather.

That was his first start at seven furlongs and making his handicap debut today off a mark of 80 leaves him with room to improve again.

Trainer To Follow - Karl Burke

Karl Burke has been in reasonable form of late and head to Haydock on Sunday with a decent team of runners chasing some good prize money.

His standout runner on the day is Liamarty Dreams, who drops into handicap company for the first time, but other smart chances come in the sense of Jakks Groove on debut, Rayong for King Power Racing and Socially Shady in the Stayers Handicap.

Burke has been running at a 13% strike rate for the last two weeks having five winners from his last 42 runners and he should build on that here.

Jockey To Follow - Ben Curtis

Ben Curtis was super in the first fixture of the Sunday Series at Musselburgh a few weeks back and he looks again to have some nice chances for fixture two.

At Haydock on Sunday his best chance of the day looks to be Liamarty Dreams who has been very progressive for Karl Burke and now makes his handicap debut off a nice mark.

Another big chance for the rider looks to be Fairmac for Mark Johnston, with him being another consistent type that should give his running.

Ben Curtis has managed five winners over the last two weeks and he will be looking to add to that tally here.