THIS WEEKS ALL WEATHER FIXTURES - 26th March KEMPTON PARK- 27th March WOLVERHAMPTON- 29th March WOLVERHAMPTON - 30th March LINGFIELD PARK, KEMPTON PARK & SOUTHWELL - 31st March WOLVERHAMPTON & CHELMSFORD CITY - 1ST aPRIL LINGFIELD PARK & WOLVERHAMPTON - 2nd April KEMPTON PARK -

Waiting for the next All Weather meeting and three turn up together!


Well two and a half to be precise. After much deliberation in where to stick The Actuary pin today while avoiding the race with subscribers selections in, I have opted to put forward one at each of today’s All Weather meetings for your deliberation.
  
Starting at Southwell, and in particular the 4:20. I won’t throw in too many clichés like ‘trappie little race’ but it would be easy to make claims for half the field here and The Lock Master makes obvious appeal, but what has taken my eye is a horse yet to try the surface.

HALLING DANCER currently trading at 16-1 (Coral) has been pushed up in class in each of its three previous races 14/14 in October 2012 btn 15 ½ lengths in a Class 5, 14/16 in April 2013 beaten 23 lengths in a Class 4 and then 3/8 beaten ¾ length in a Class 3 with horses in the mid 80’s behind it and no question marks on a sire of Halling taking to the surface. I would be hopeful of a big run at a big price.

Finding something outside of the race selections sent to subscribers on the Lingfield Park card was a challenge and I have opted to put up SIR MIKE in the 5:30. I would have liked to have got this posted in time for you to take advantage of the 5-1 opening price but we are now faced with a price which has now halved.

This is the easiest opportunity SIR MIKE has had in recent outings and there is no surprise in the drop back in trip after failing to get home over 9f last time out after travelling well throughout the contest. Whether there is any value at taking 5-2 on a horse that is a 11 race maiden but I wouldn't back against it.

And finally we come to Kempton Park and focus on the last race of the card at 9:00. With Pour La Victoire taken out earlier this morning the horse that has taken my eye is BEAUCHAMP SUNSET currently trading at 22-1 for its first run in a Handicap.

With what looks like woeful form after running in three Class 5 Maiden races over sprint distances BEAUCHAMP SUNSET find itself in a Class 6 1 mile Handicap. Bred for middle distances, dropped in class and with Nicole Nordblad in the plate I am expecting this horse to lead pillar to post.    

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

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Waiting for the next All Weather meeting and three turn up together!


Well two and a half to be precise. After much deliberation in where to stick The Actuary pin today while avoiding the race with subscribers selections in, I have opted to put forward one at each of today’s All Weather meetings for your deliberation.
  
Starting at Southwell, and in particular the 4:20. I won’t throw in too many clichés like ‘trappie little race’ but it would be easy to make claims for half the field here and The Lock Master makes obvious appeal, but what has taken my eye is a horse yet to try the surface.

HALLING DANCER currently trading at 16-1 (Coral) has been pushed up in class in each of its three previous races 14/14 in October 2012 btn 15 ½ lengths in a Class 5, 14/16 in April 2013 beaten 23 lengths in a Class 4 and then 3/8 beaten ¾ length in a Class 3 with horses in the mid 80’s behind it and no question marks on a sire of Halling taking to the surface. I would be hopeful of a big run at a big price.

Finding something outside of the race selections sent to subscribers on the Lingfield Park card was a challenge and I have opted to put up SIR MIKE in the 5:30. I would have liked to have got this posted in time for you to take advantage of the 5-1 opening price but we are now faced with a price which has now halved.

This is the easiest opportunity SIR MIKE has had in recent outings and there is no surprise in the drop back in trip after failing to get home over 9f last time out after travelling well throughout the contest. Whether there is any value at taking 5-2 on a horse that is a 11 race maiden but I wouldn't back against it.

And finally we come to Kempton Park and focus on the last race of the card at 9:00. With Pour La Victoire taken out earlier this morning the horse that has taken my eye is BEAUCHAMP SUNSET currently trading at 22-1 for its first run in a Handicap.

With what looks like woeful form after running in three Class 5 Maiden races over sprint distances BEAUCHAMP SUNSET find itself in a Class 6 1 mile Handicap. Bred for middle distances, dropped in class and with Nicole Nordblad in the plate I am expecting this horse to lead pillar to post.