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REECE’S DAILY DOUBLE | Cartmel + Ffos Las

Two nicely handicapped hurdlers make up the daily double at Cartmel & Ffos Las

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As a one-off special for this weekend, we have created a Jumps Daily Double to consider for Saturday’s racing.

Our team have looked through the cards and have made their two selections for the weekend.

Here are our picks for the Jumps Daily Double for Saturday.

Calliope – 1.35 Cartmel (9/2)

A consistent mare hailing from Dianne Sayer’s yard, Calliope could return to winning ways in a seven-runner 2m1f handicap hurdle at Cartmel.

The eight-year-old is stepped back in class in this contest, but she has landed all three of her victories over obstacles between 2m to 2m2f.

Can Calliope return to winning ways at Cartmel?

The ex-flat runner produced a creditable performance on her last outing at Perth, finishing second over the minimum distance.

The extra furlong could benefit Calliope and she could produce a career-best effort here.

Mosambo – 5.30 Ffos Las (10/3)

Having shown some progress on his previous two outings, Mosambo could well be on a winnable mark in a 3m handicap hurdle at Ffos Last.

The gelding finished a far from disgraced sixth over 2m3f at Exeter back in March, but it was in his last appearance at Huntingdon where he caught the eye.

Tom George
Tom George will be hoping to see Mosambo land victory at Ffos Las

The gelding was well off the pace in the 3m1f contest, but he made good headway and kept on well in the run-in to finish third.

The extra distance seemed to benefit Mosambo on his last outing and he could strike here for Tom George.

Reece Charlton is a Content Writer at Low6 that specializes in horse racing. He is an avid hunter of value in the racing world, picking out longshots six days a week across the National Hunt and Flat cards on offer across the UK and Ireland. He keeps punters and race fans in the know with his racing expertise with previews and value picks for all the big cards and meetings.

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