Plato’s Kode proving real money-spinner

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Seamus predicted earlier in the summer that Plato’s Kode could make an early-season juvenile hurdler before the winter ground sets in, and his judgement is proving spot on.

Plato’s Kode won impressively at Market Rasen first time over jumps, and he followed up at Worcester last night. And though he had to work that bit harder to see off the eventual runner-up, the first two pulled 10 lengths clear of the rest, which is always encouraging.

Seamus said:”Plato’s Kode is proving a right little money-spinner. He was never out of the money in five Flat races on the turf through the summer, winning one at Bath, and he has taken so well to jumping. Hopefully, we can find another one before the ground changes.”

We are back at Bath today with two runners, and Seamus added:”High Wells did not quite get home over a mile and six in soft ground here last time, but this drop back in trip should suit him. “In contrast, Giovanni Medici, who runs in the nursery, will appreciate going up a furlong. He has been showing promise in maidens, and this is his first handicap.”