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Horse Racing Tips: Hayaku to fast at 22-1


There is no gratification in top rating a 22-1 winner that goes un-backed especially when that 22-1 winner was the highlight and the only thing to show for my hard work at Lingfield Park.

On the turf, no surprises in the first with top rated and the only highlighted ‘Pace and Going’ horse on the card, Tobacco Road winning at an SP of 13-8. The second race was given a wide birth with no points of reference. The third had my top two declare non-runners.

Hayaku 22-1 strikes the front with Roxelana (red sleeves and cap) beating a retreat

On to the AW we had three disappointments, two coming under the stewardship of Seb Sanders who gave both Potentiale and Aciano identical rides from the front finishing third and second respectively. The winner of Potentiale race Officer in Command was also top rated. The final insult to injury came with top rated Hayaku (Japanese for 'fast') winning the finale at 22-1 with the selection Roxelana finding reverse gear as they turned for home.

In summary three un-backed top rated winners from four races of interest equals total frustration!         

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

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Horse Racing Tips: Hayaku to fast at 22-1


There is no gratification in top rating a 22-1 winner that goes un-backed especially when that 22-1 winner was the highlight and the only thing to show for my hard work at Lingfield Park.

On the turf, no surprises in the first with top rated and the only highlighted ‘Pace and Going’ horse on the card, Tobacco Road winning at an SP of 13-8. The second race was given a wide birth with no points of reference. The third had my top two declare non-runners.

Hayaku 22-1 strikes the front with Roxelana (red sleeves and cap) beating a retreat

On to the AW we had three disappointments, two coming under the stewardship of Seb Sanders who gave both Potentiale and Aciano identical rides from the front finishing third and second respectively. The winner of Potentiale race Officer in Command was also top rated. The final insult to injury came with top rated Hayaku (Japanese for 'fast') winning the finale at 22-1 with the selection Roxelana finding reverse gear as they turned for home.

In summary three un-backed top rated winners from four races of interest equals total frustration!