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Those that get rolling late wont gather Moss

Having won both of its last two starts I am sure that Resonare will look very appealing in Lingfield Parks 18:55. There was little depth in the field when winning over a straight 6f on the turf at York last time out and there was little depth to the field when winning over Wolverhampton’s 5f and I personally wouldn't want to take the 9-4 available, tackling 7f for the first time.

My preference would be to side with the consistency offered over this trip by MOSS HILL and think the course will play to its strengths.

Forgetting and forgiving MOSS HILL’S last turf run which subsequently saw its mark back to where it was when finishing second twice over Wolverhampton’s 7f after leading on both occasion only to be caught in the final strides.

Both races returned respectable times for the grade against a standard of horse a higher caliber than that encountered by the favourite. With the bonus of 7-1 currently on offer and form over the trip, I fully expect MOSS HILL to keep its head in front at the line.  

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

Friday, June 14, 2013

Those that get rolling late wont gather Moss

Having won both of its last two starts I am sure that Resonare will look very appealing in Lingfield Parks 18:55. There was little depth in the field when winning over a straight 6f on the turf at York last time out and there was little depth to the field when winning over Wolverhampton’s 5f and I personally wouldn't want to take the 9-4 available, tackling 7f for the first time.

My preference would be to side with the consistency offered over this trip by MOSS HILL and think the course will play to its strengths.

Forgetting and forgiving MOSS HILL’S last turf run which subsequently saw its mark back to where it was when finishing second twice over Wolverhampton’s 7f after leading on both occasion only to be caught in the final strides.

Both races returned respectable times for the grade against a standard of horse a higher caliber than that encountered by the favourite. With the bonus of 7-1 currently on offer and form over the trip, I fully expect MOSS HILL to keep its head in front at the line.