Frazzled previews Tuesday's Horse Racing and he likes the look of the David Pipe trained Celebre D'Allen in the bumper at Bangor.
La Cavsa Nostra was a well backed runner for the Rebecca Curtis team at the Open meeting at Cheltenham. However he let supporters down with a lacklustre effort there and looked like he was lacking any real gears. The stable has a good record at this venue, but we will oppose him with a horse that displayed a lot of talent on his only start so far.
Celebre D'Allen is a son of Network and he made his point debut for Sam Curling at Loughrea in October. In that contest, he was poor over many obstacles, including the 3rd last and he paid the ultimate price at the last when coming down as he looked set to take the leader Doc Penfro (also fell). Ironically he jumped that adequately enough but knuckled over on landing. He had travelled supremely well through the contest despite the indifferent jumping and he looked a horse with loads of potential for the track and certainly not short of the pace required to win a bumper. He was snapped up by David Pipe at the Cheltenham sales and now makes his debut for the yard around a track that should suit, given the pace that he showed on his only run. The Curtis horse heads the market, but it would not be a huge surprise to see the two flip flop, and Celebre D'Allen makes plenty of appeal at the current 7/2 available.
2 points win Celebre D'Allen at 7/2 with BetVictor