Robin Oakley

Robin Oakley: Henry Candy’s brilliant bargains

Dane O'Neill riding Cape Peron (R) win The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Maiden Stakes at Newbury racecourse Photo: Getty

Cape Peron was my easiest choice for our Twelve to Follow. When Henry Candy smiles his gentle smile, as he did after Cape Peron won the Park Hill Hospital Handicap at Newbury in early May, and tells you ‘this one could be pretty good’, you take notice. Cape Peron has run twice since and hasn’t won yet, but he will.

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