An absolute BARGAIN! £10,000 purchase Raasel wins valuable prize at Sandown – Racing TV

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “An absolute BARGAIN! £10,000 purchase Raasel wins valuable prize at Sandown – Racing TV” – below is their description.

The five-year-old was purchased by his current connections, The Horse Watchers, for £10,000 after his second outing, and has since won eight races, the latest being this victory in the Group Three Coral Charge at Sandown and, in the process, collects £45,368!

He was also rated 73 when winning his first handicap less than 12 months ago, and has been on a steep upward curve ever since. He’s now a best-priced 16-1 for the Group One Nunthrope Stakes at York in August, which connections say has been his long-term aim.

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