Trots Centre: Will the Bomb go bang at Melton?

30 July 2021
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Is this the week Bettor Be The Bomb explodes?

It was one of the key conundrums put to the horse’s regular driver Jack Laugher during this week’s edition of Burning Questions, with the young reinsman offering a good insight into his likely tactics for this Saturday night’s assignment at Tabcorp Park Melton.

Basil Dooley’s seven-year-old has been respectable without looking like a winning chance in any of his six starts this campaign, but gets a great opportunity for success after drawing gate two in the Become A VHRC Member Today Free For All (2240m).

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