The first race of the day on the Rowley Mile at the weekend is the Nursery Handicap over seven furlongs and we are siding with the Karl Burke trained Bullet Force who looks overpriced in the market.
The two year old son of Cable Bay has been a very consistent horse this term, running four times, winning once and never finishing outside of the top three.
Making his debut at Sandown in July he was a bright second behind a nice type for Martyn Meade and off the back of that was runner up again when upped to a mile at the same track.
Back at Seven furlongs, Bullet Force got off the mark for his career at Musselburgh, dominating the race in the final stages and the form of the race has worked out tremendously well with the second, third and fourth since winning.
The colt stepped out of novice company and last time out was seen in a good Nursery Handicap at Doncaster where he ran well to finish third behind two very progressive types.
The winner that day Modern Games has since franked the form by winning a Group Three at Newmarket and with Bullet Force only running off 1lb higher today he looks a big player.