Who To Follow At Yarmouth On Wednesday

Horse To Follow - Higher Kingdom

Archie Watson is a trainer that has been looking for a horse that could get him going in the big Group One races and horse that has that potential this season is Higher Kingdom.

The son of Kingman makes his first start on turf at Yarmouth tomorrow and he seems to be a very exciting prospect off the back of his debut run at Kempton.

The three year old won nicely on the all weather back in October and now going over the same trip and already holding Group One entries it looks this could be a nice stepping stone for his career.

Trainer To Follow - Mark Johnston

Britain's most winning trainer Mark Johnston has enjoyed a pleasing start to the flat season having landed a double at Kempton on Tuesday.

On Wednesday he has runners at both Kempton and Yarmouth but the pick of his runners seem to be on the turf and we believe he can keep his good run of form going.

He is not known for having a huge amount of runners at this track but last year fielded 20 runners, having six winners and two more placing which sees him have a 30% strike rate at the track.

Jockey To Follow - Cieren Fallon

Cieren Fallon is one of the most up and coming jockeys in the sport at the moment, winning the apprentice title last season and still taking three pounds off his rides makes him very dangerous.

He has some stellar rides at Yarmouth on Wednesday and he looks the man to follow at that track with him teaming up with William Haggas and other well regarded trainers on the day.

He has only raced three times in his career at the track and has landed two placings and we are hoping he can land his first winner on the day.