Woodcracker

Wood´crack`er


n.1.(Zool.) The nuthatch.
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Before winning at Redcar, the colt found Collection too good at York in the handicap in which the 2004 winner, Woodcracker was also runner-up.
Woodcracker was a big letdown when a leading fancy in the John Smith's Cup at York, but that was clearly not his true running and he is worth another chance in the totesport Stakes.
Principal danger could be Woodcracker, who was a big letdown when a leading fancy in the John Smith's Cup at York, but that was clearly not his true running.
The totesport Heritage Handicap looks as easy to solve as the conflict on the West Bank and a modest stake is advised on Michael Bell's Woodcracker (2.45).
Woodcracker was a persistent tip for the John Smith's Cup after suffering a few minor problems during his 70-day absence.
WOODCRACKER can end a searching seven days for Michael Bell on a high by landing the 46th John Smith's Cup this afternoon.
MICHAEL Bell's Woodcracker has been lined up for the John Smith's Cup.
Woodcracker (10-1) bounced back from a below-par effort at Royal Ascot to take the Joss Collins Stakes in another thrilling finish and Charlie Egerton enjoyed a first July course victory when Valance (9-2) took advantage of some scrimmaging in behind to take the Rolls Royce Handicap.
Motive was beaten into third in the 2.20 with one suspect account losing pounds 3,059, although that account also backed Royal Warrant, Mystical Girl and Woodcracker and laid Celtic Heroine, netting pounds 29,261.
Woodcracker (7-1), I'm So Lucky (20-1) and Kings Point (20-1) have most appeal Wimbledons may not be safe from the super Swiss and you can get 7-1 (William Hill) that he wins eight or more singles titles at SW19.
After ending the last campaign in triumph with an easy win at Hamilton nearly 12 months ago, he defeated Woodcracker at Newmarket at the end of April and then Crow Wood at Royal Ascot at York.
Michael Bell's Woodcracker is reported to be working very well.He has only had one start this year at Newmarket back in April.