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Joe Tizzard: “Killer Kane will take all the beating”

| 20.11.2021

Coral ambassador Joe Tizzard previews the stable’s Sunday runners

Exeter 1.30 – So Said I 

So Said I is 7 pounds better off with the mare who beat her at Stratford races last time [Gazette Bourgeoise] , and I think Exeter races will suit her, so there’s good reasons for thinking we can reverse placings with Ben Case’s runner.

We’ve got five lengths to make up and we were beaten fair and square that day, but there hopefully won’t be much between them.   

Exeter 2.00 – White Moon 

White Moon is on something of a comeback mission, having looked quite promising in the early stages of his career.  He looks fantastic, he’s been going well at home, and he schooled brilliantly on Wednesday. 

He’s also won around Exeter races before, and he’ll bounce off this good ground, so this looks a good place to get him started again. 

Based on his homework, we’re looking forward to running him, and find out where we are with him. 

Exeter 2.30 – Killer Kane 

Killer Kane jumped for fun at Carlisle races first time up, and just got tired from two out. 

He’s come on plenty for that run, he’s another who’s won here at Exeter races, so we know the track suits him, and this looks a great opportunity for him. I think he’ll take a bit of beating here.  

Exeter 3.00 – Bourbali 

Bourbali surprised us at Chepstow races first time out, he tanked through the race and kept on going, and ended up winning nicely. 

The handicapper hasn’t been too hard on him, and although he’s dropping back in trip here, that shouldn’t be a problem, given how well he travelled at Chepstow, and we’d be hopeful of another big run from him. 

Exeter 3.30 – Earl Of Wisdom 

Our final runner is Earl Of Wisdom, and he just let us down on his last run, so we’re keen to get him out again. 

Ideally he would want softer ground, but we’ve had runners at their recent meetings here and the ground is safe as houses. 

It won’t be long before he goes chasing, so we just want to get some more experience into him. 


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Andrew McDermott

Andrew is a sports betting content journalist at PA Media. He is a lifelong Huddersfield Town fan but when he isn't reminiscing about their Premier League days he is also a junior cricket coach and enjoys cycling.