Who To Follow On All-Weather Championships Day At Lingfield

Horse To Follow - Indie Angel

Indie Angel is a better horse over 1m however she should get away with 7f in a race that lacks depth.

The 4-y-o grey filly won the Fleur De Lys Fillies' Stakes Stakes (Listed) here in October beating the likes of Lavender’s Blue and Ummalnar and that piece of form is by far the best on offer.

She is clear on ratings and as one of the younger horses in the race looks open to the most improvement this season.

Trainer To Follow - Andrew Balding

Leading British handler Andrew Balding has some superb chances on All-Weather Championship day at Lingfield on Friday and we believe it may pay to follow his horses across the day.

In the first race of the day he fields Ranch Hand who heads into the race seeking a hat-trick having landed an event at Haydock over hurdles and then again at Chelmsford back on the all-weather.

Another big chance for him on the day comes in the feature Easter classic event where Bangkok, who has been a superb yardstick for the yard, looks to extend his superb record round Lingfield.

Balding this season has been in smart form at the Surrey based track having eight winners and 13 places from his 49 runners, which sees him pose close to a 17% strike rate.

Jockey To Follow - Hollie Doyle

All-Weather Championships day round Lingfield tends to get the best out of certain jockeys with it being crucial when or when not to make your move on your horse.

A specialist around the course is the superstar Hollie Doyle that broke all of her own records in 2020 and is looking agan to go well again this term.

On Friday she has has some superb chances across the day, starting with Irish raider Harry's Bar who comes over here with the best form in the race, if being able to come across from a wide draw he has a huge chance.

Another big chance for Doyle is the Mighty Gurkha for trainer Archie Watson who has three wins and one second from his four runs on the all weather and he looks primed for another big run in the three year old conditions stakes.

Doyle this season has been in good form at Lingfield having 26 winners and 35 places from her 158 rides, which sees her pose close to a 17% strike rate.