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Berry gets buried at Lingfield Park

Just the one selection advised at 10-1 for subscribers at Lingfield Park on the Wednesday afternoon card and unfortunately one disappointment.

With plenty of space to the right on leaving the stalls Robert Tart failed to gain enough momentum to maintain a prominent position and managed to find himself shuffled to among those in the rear of the field going in to the bend.

As gaps opened Tart found himself scrubbing the ears of our selection in snatches to make ground in to available gaps while being jostled by Black Geronimo. Only when finding the rail turning into the final bend did Tart look like feeling comfortable with his position.

Swinging for home BASIL BERRY appeared to be travelling particularly well and made ground easily to come in to contention only for its impetus to come to an abrupt halt when Tyrsal came off the rail leaving Robert Tart's no choice but to snatch up.


I don't feel that from start to finish BASIL BERRY got to run its race. Whether our selection would have been good enough to win is questionable but BASIL BERRY is far better than the bare result.

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

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Berry gets buried at Lingfield Park

Just the one selection advised at 10-1 for subscribers at Lingfield Park on the Wednesday afternoon card and unfortunately one disappointment.

With plenty of space to the right on leaving the stalls Robert Tart failed to gain enough momentum to maintain a prominent position and managed to find himself shuffled to among those in the rear of the field going in to the bend.

As gaps opened Tart found himself scrubbing the ears of our selection in snatches to make ground in to available gaps while being jostled by Black Geronimo. Only when finding the rail turning into the final bend did Tart look like feeling comfortable with his position.

Swinging for home BASIL BERRY appeared to be travelling particularly well and made ground easily to come in to contention only for its impetus to come to an abrupt halt when Tyrsal came off the rail leaving Robert Tart's no choice but to snatch up.


I don't feel that from start to finish BASIL BERRY got to run its race. Whether our selection would have been good enough to win is questionable but BASIL BERRY is far better than the bare result.