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 -

Putting our faith in Saints and Princess's at Kempton Park tonight!

Without a doubt the performance of yesterday evenings Lingfield Park card was that of Press Room. Not just in terms of my pocket, but in recording a very admirable time when considering conditions and grade of race. There would be no surprise in seeing Press Room stepped up in trip or equally effective back over this trip on a course with a longer straight allowing this Street Cry colt to get fully in to stride.

On what looks to be a very attractive card at Kempton Park it would be hard to pin point a single selection in favour of others, so avoiding races with subscribers selections would like to offer three horses that take my eye.

The first of which appears to be an extremely enticing price at 10-1 in Kempton Park’s 19:40. A model of consistency and very capable in this company, PRINCESS WILLOW chased home Cape Alex on its last turn on the surface before returning to turf, running poorly on soft ground. The return to the All Weather over 11 furlongs is more appealing for this 18 race maiden!

In the next (8:40) I have several plays in including a back to lay but will bring your attention to another 10-1 in the form of ST PAUL DE VENCE. Excusing the two turf runs, this selections winning Maiden has thrown up 5 winners from the 5 horses nearest at the finish. Given that the victory was a fascicle success against such company would suggest coming back to this surface may have the desired re occurrence of that performance.


Last, but not least, it is hard to ignore the claims of the favourite in Kempton’s 20:40. Having opened at 10-3, there have already been nibbles for FLEXIBLE FLYER. This looks to be marginally easier company than FLEXIBLE FLYER has met on turf on the last two outings and returning to this surface where it is already a distance winner is key to the chances.

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

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Putting our faith in Saints and Princess's at Kempton Park tonight!

Without a doubt the performance of yesterday evenings Lingfield Park card was that of Press Room. Not just in terms of my pocket, but in recording a very admirable time when considering conditions and grade of race. There would be no surprise in seeing Press Room stepped up in trip or equally effective back over this trip on a course with a longer straight allowing this Street Cry colt to get fully in to stride.

On what looks to be a very attractive card at Kempton Park it would be hard to pin point a single selection in favour of others, so avoiding races with subscribers selections would like to offer three horses that take my eye.

The first of which appears to be an extremely enticing price at 10-1 in Kempton Park’s 19:40. A model of consistency and very capable in this company, PRINCESS WILLOW chased home Cape Alex on its last turn on the surface before returning to turf, running poorly on soft ground. The return to the All Weather over 11 furlongs is more appealing for this 18 race maiden!

In the next (8:40) I have several plays in including a back to lay but will bring your attention to another 10-1 in the form of ST PAUL DE VENCE. Excusing the two turf runs, this selections winning Maiden has thrown up 5 winners from the 5 horses nearest at the finish. Given that the victory was a fascicle success against such company would suggest coming back to this surface may have the desired re occurrence of that performance.


Last, but not least, it is hard to ignore the claims of the favourite in Kempton’s 20:40. Having opened at 10-3, there have already been nibbles for FLEXIBLE FLYER. This looks to be marginally easier company than FLEXIBLE FLYER has met on turf on the last two outings and returning to this surface where it is already a distance winner is key to the chances.