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The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips Wolverhampton preview


With The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips suffering a ‘Murphys Law’ day yesterday at Wolverhampton with the most painful of defeats being suffered by Miss Bunter and subscribers only selection Story Writer, I am not particularly enamoured by the return there today. The card screams ‘square pegs in round holes’ and it is difficult to decipher any outstanding opportunities.

It is more out of sentiment than logic that I am drawn toward MONSIEUR CHEVALIER in the opener at 2:20. The horse that was would surely make short work of these but the recent history of slowly away has cost it dearly while still showing its class in the later stages of its races.

Harrison_george
HARRISON GEORGE has not seen the winner enclosure for two years but in its penultimate start was only just headed over 7f at Kempton Park. Last time out was seen to be finishing to good effect over 5f at Wolverhampton. Now coming to Lingfield over 6f looks like the ideal compromise and is a very generous price for a horse undoubtedly returning to top form.

In todays other races it would be hard to ignore the great book of rides for JOE FANNING and RICHARD HUGHES who between them could easily land a treble and double respectively.

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

Saturday, March 09, 2013

The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips Wolverhampton preview


With The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips suffering a ‘Murphys Law’ day yesterday at Wolverhampton with the most painful of defeats being suffered by Miss Bunter and subscribers only selection Story Writer, I am not particularly enamoured by the return there today. The card screams ‘square pegs in round holes’ and it is difficult to decipher any outstanding opportunities.

It is more out of sentiment than logic that I am drawn toward MONSIEUR CHEVALIER in the opener at 2:20. The horse that was would surely make short work of these but the recent history of slowly away has cost it dearly while still showing its class in the later stages of its races.

Harrison_george
HARRISON GEORGE has not seen the winner enclosure for two years but in its penultimate start was only just headed over 7f at Kempton Park. Last time out was seen to be finishing to good effect over 5f at Wolverhampton. Now coming to Lingfield over 6f looks like the ideal compromise and is a very generous price for a horse undoubtedly returning to top form.

In todays other races it would be hard to ignore the great book of rides for JOE FANNING and RICHARD HUGHES who between them could easily land a treble and double respectively.