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 -

Is there racing at Ascot today?

Although not the fastest race for the grade on the card at Kempton Park: that honour surprisingly was recorded by Poyle Thomas in the 3yo+ Maiden: the most eye catching performance of the day has to go to 3yo Great Crested who showed a blistering turn of foot to blitz its rival in the 5:30

As my top rated, a winning performance was not unexpected but the



manner of victory was well beyond what was expected. Great Crested has declined its entry at Brighton tonight but I am sure Gary Moore will be keen meet the next engagement in Lingfield Parks 6:40 on the 20th June with a 6lb penalty.

One more for the notebook and likely to be a bigger price than the aforementioned is Buaiteoir who was out the back in the Kempton Park opener and was unable to make the ground necessary to be in a competitive position as they turned for home but made eye catching headway in the straight.

As for today, in the hope that you aren't to deflated after the bookies benefit called the Ascot Festival and outside of the two races carrying subscriber selections FUTURE REFERENCE looks like a lively contender in the 7:10 having recorded a reasonable time in amongst better company when finishing second by 2 lengths to Labienus. Unfortunately the current form of Saeed bin Suroor may make FUTURE REFERENCE a shorter price than deserved.


KEENE’S POINTE claims in the 9:10 are getting better by the minute as the field of 12 is at the last check now a field of 9. After a reasonable effort on the turf last time out in a 0-100 on soft ground, I am sure the return to this surface in lesser company will see KEENE’S POINTE in the mix. 

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

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Is there racing at Ascot today?

Although not the fastest race for the grade on the card at Kempton Park: that honour surprisingly was recorded by Poyle Thomas in the 3yo+ Maiden: the most eye catching performance of the day has to go to 3yo Great Crested who showed a blistering turn of foot to blitz its rival in the 5:30

As my top rated, a winning performance was not unexpected but the



manner of victory was well beyond what was expected. Great Crested has declined its entry at Brighton tonight but I am sure Gary Moore will be keen meet the next engagement in Lingfield Parks 6:40 on the 20th June with a 6lb penalty.

One more for the notebook and likely to be a bigger price than the aforementioned is Buaiteoir who was out the back in the Kempton Park opener and was unable to make the ground necessary to be in a competitive position as they turned for home but made eye catching headway in the straight.

As for today, in the hope that you aren't to deflated after the bookies benefit called the Ascot Festival and outside of the two races carrying subscriber selections FUTURE REFERENCE looks like a lively contender in the 7:10 having recorded a reasonable time in amongst better company when finishing second by 2 lengths to Labienus. Unfortunately the current form of Saeed bin Suroor may make FUTURE REFERENCE a shorter price than deserved.


KEENE’S POINTE claims in the 9:10 are getting better by the minute as the field of 12 is at the last check now a field of 9. After a reasonable effort on the turf last time out in a 0-100 on soft ground, I am sure the return to this surface in lesser company will see KEENE’S POINTE in the mix.