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Cayo Coco has been temporarily postponed!

Frustrated again by BURREN VIEW LADY, subscribers sole selection on Saturdays Wolverhampton card. Although running creditable last night, in its last three runs it has thwarted our attention.  When selected on 21st September it flashed home after traffic problems failing by 1/4 length to collar the winner. On the 3rd October it won beating our selection on the day Glastonberry. Last night, once again a selection and fails to hold on by 1/4 length!

On a night of weird and wonderful results I was hopeful that Cayo Coco was still on the cards after the run of BUSTER BROWN who finished 3rd after a poor passage but then the wheels really truly fell off with appalling runs from the remainder of my Canadian, best optimised by the run of Lieutenant Nelson in a race won by 18 race maiden Borough Boy.


I guess the future for Lieutenant Nelson is a little uncertain this morning and Cayo Coco has been temporarily postponed for me. I get to fight again another day but I am not sure that will be the case for Lieutenant Nelson. 

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

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Cayo Coco has been temporarily postponed!

Frustrated again by BURREN VIEW LADY, subscribers sole selection on Saturdays Wolverhampton card. Although running creditable last night, in its last three runs it has thwarted our attention.  When selected on 21st September it flashed home after traffic problems failing by 1/4 length to collar the winner. On the 3rd October it won beating our selection on the day Glastonberry. Last night, once again a selection and fails to hold on by 1/4 length!

On a night of weird and wonderful results I was hopeful that Cayo Coco was still on the cards after the run of BUSTER BROWN who finished 3rd after a poor passage but then the wheels really truly fell off with appalling runs from the remainder of my Canadian, best optimised by the run of Lieutenant Nelson in a race won by 18 race maiden Borough Boy.


I guess the future for Lieutenant Nelson is a little uncertain this morning and Cayo Coco has been temporarily postponed for me. I get to fight again another day but I am not sure that will be the case for Lieutenant Nelson.