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Popular winner for P&G selections

The Actuary Horse Racing Tips highlighted four P&G horses on yesterday's Wolverhampton and Lingfield Park cards. Popular available at 4-1 provided the perfect start ridden to lead a furlong out under Tom Queally for a comfortable success.

Popular_4-1

10 minutes later we were more focused on Mirco Demuro's prematurity than the results of the 4:40 which saw the P&G selection Teak beaten 1/2 length by our 'On The Money' and 'The Actuary selection Mataaleb.

Teak

The third highlighted horse was probably the most disappointing ride of the four with Neil Callan giving the selection Sound Hearts a limp-wristed ride after looking all over the winner turning for home could finish only third. Viewed through my eyes, there appeared to more in the tank than Sound Hearts and Neil Callan produced but perhaps I should have gone to SpecSavers!

Sound_heart

Which left us with the fourth of the four and what I believed to be the strongest of the candidates with Better Be Mine. looking to have been placed very cleverly by trainer John Dunlop. Once again Better Be Mine found one to good to finish second. If vindication was needed in the choice it is worth noting that the first two home were 6 lengths clear.

Better_be_mine

Perhaps an EW Yankee would have been the best play in hindsight!

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Friday, June 08, 2012

Popular winner for P&G selections

The Actuary Horse Racing Tips highlighted four P&G horses on yesterday's Wolverhampton and Lingfield Park cards. Popular available at 4-1 provided the perfect start ridden to lead a furlong out under Tom Queally for a comfortable success.

Popular_4-1

10 minutes later we were more focused on Mirco Demuro's prematurity than the results of the 4:40 which saw the P&G selection Teak beaten 1/2 length by our 'On The Money' and 'The Actuary selection Mataaleb.

Teak

The third highlighted horse was probably the most disappointing ride of the four with Neil Callan giving the selection Sound Hearts a limp-wristed ride after looking all over the winner turning for home could finish only third. Viewed through my eyes, there appeared to more in the tank than Sound Hearts and Neil Callan produced but perhaps I should have gone to SpecSavers!

Sound_heart

Which left us with the fourth of the four and what I believed to be the strongest of the candidates with Better Be Mine. looking to have been placed very cleverly by trainer John Dunlop. Once again Better Be Mine found one to good to finish second. If vindication was needed in the choice it is worth noting that the first two home were 6 lengths clear.

Better_be_mine

Perhaps an EW Yankee would have been the best play in hindsight!