Thursday's Racing Podcast
Day two of three of the Chester May meeting and if you made a profit out of day one, you've done well. A front runners paradise again with just about every winner being in either first or second throughout, it's boom or bust for backers on the Roodee so far.
Mamlook landed the big one for David Pipe on day one with Tastahil in second but it could be the day for Barry Hills to turn those silvers into golds as he saddles two highly fancied horses in the feature races, the Group 3 Huxley stakes and the three year old Group 3 Chester Vase.
Ross Brierley and David Kelner discuss their love / hate relationship with the course and hopefully pick out a few horses with more luck than their Wednesday selections.