Altamont will be a major player if he gets into the AMEC Handicap field at Ascot Racecourse on Wednesday
Altamont needs at least one scratching to get into Wednesday's AMEC Handicap field but the Neville Parnham-trained gelding will be a major player if he receives the green light to compete in the seventh of the eight Ascot Racecourse contests.
According to Punting Form, Altamont boasts the best two-year rating among the potential AMEC Handicap runners and he was less than one length of that number when he placed fourth over 1,400 metres seven days ago. Altamont's Punting Form peak performance occurred over 2,200m so Wednesday's AMEC Handicap over 1,600m should enable him to improve on his last-start rating.
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