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Willy Twiston-Davies gets on top and beats maiden!

After a meeting of miserable results at Kempton Park last night it came as no surprise when compiling my speed figures to find the course to have been running on the testing side. This was more surprising given that rain that fell prior to the meeting!

We witnessed a long term maiden just failing to hold on to record the ultimate goal in Princess Willow and three horses winning on their first appearance on an artifice surface.

It was in Princess Willow’s race that we saw the performance of the evening in Golden Jubilee. The field were strung out very early due to the fast pace set by Jack Firefly before Princess Willow struck for home turning in to the straight. Golden Jubilee at that stage appeared to be floundering and dropping back from a prominent position under William Twiston-Davies.


At the two furlong pole Golden Jubilee found space and picked up to outstayed Princess Willow scoring only its second victory in 17 runs by a comfortable 2.1/4 lengths at the line. This is a horse that be well suited to Southwell and fast run handicaps.    

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

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Willy Twiston-Davies gets on top and beats maiden!

After a meeting of miserable results at Kempton Park last night it came as no surprise when compiling my speed figures to find the course to have been running on the testing side. This was more surprising given that rain that fell prior to the meeting!

We witnessed a long term maiden just failing to hold on to record the ultimate goal in Princess Willow and three horses winning on their first appearance on an artifice surface.

It was in Princess Willow’s race that we saw the performance of the evening in Golden Jubilee. The field were strung out very early due to the fast pace set by Jack Firefly before Princess Willow struck for home turning in to the straight. Golden Jubilee at that stage appeared to be floundering and dropping back from a prominent position under William Twiston-Davies.


At the two furlong pole Golden Jubilee found space and picked up to outstayed Princess Willow scoring only its second victory in 17 runs by a comfortable 2.1/4 lengths at the line. This is a horse that be well suited to Southwell and fast run handicaps.