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 -

A Princely win and a review of Wolverhampton today.

Grateful for a better end to the week than the fortunes subscribers endured at the start with THEWANDAOFU and PRINCE ALZAIN both scoring on Saturday. Neither at prices to boast about but a return to winning ways was more than welcome.

Wolverhampton today offers small and competitive fields so finding anything of good value is extremely difficult. In the first (2:00) as attractive a proposition Earthflight may look, with the form of Mark Johnston and Declan Carroll’s history for 2yo first time Handicappers, especially with Neil Farley in the plate, MESTIZO and HASTA LA VISTA have to be respected. More so as the the remainder of the field appear reasonable exposed.

In the 3:00 Twilight Angel sets the bar at a reasonable height with a somewhat unusual profile of opening its account and failing miserably in three National Hunt Flat races before tackling Lingfield Parks 6f on Saturday last going down by ¼ length. Stepping up to 7f you would expect this to be beneficial. With no way of drawing a parallel with French form, WINTERWELL could be the one to side with after a promising run on Chantilly’s Polytrack finishing 2nd by a head after being hampered in a £10,000 race.

ESHTYAAQ is the class in the 3:30 and although yet to tackle over 14f on the All Weather, on the turf this trip and beyond has seen a different horse, getting its head in front twice from being a 15 race maiden over shorter trips. The drop in class makes it an even more attractive proposition.

It is hard to ignore the two All Weather debutants in the field in Fieldgunner Kirkup and Personal Touch both having notched up 7f successes in this grade but the manner of victory by RUWAIYAN when trying C&D for the first time is to irresistible to resist in the 4:30.

Good Luck to all J 

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

Monday, November 18, 2013

A Princely win and a review of Wolverhampton today.

Grateful for a better end to the week than the fortunes subscribers endured at the start with THEWANDAOFU and PRINCE ALZAIN both scoring on Saturday. Neither at prices to boast about but a return to winning ways was more than welcome.

Wolverhampton today offers small and competitive fields so finding anything of good value is extremely difficult. In the first (2:00) as attractive a proposition Earthflight may look, with the form of Mark Johnston and Declan Carroll’s history for 2yo first time Handicappers, especially with Neil Farley in the plate, MESTIZO and HASTA LA VISTA have to be respected. More so as the the remainder of the field appear reasonable exposed.

In the 3:00 Twilight Angel sets the bar at a reasonable height with a somewhat unusual profile of opening its account and failing miserably in three National Hunt Flat races before tackling Lingfield Parks 6f on Saturday last going down by ¼ length. Stepping up to 7f you would expect this to be beneficial. With no way of drawing a parallel with French form, WINTERWELL could be the one to side with after a promising run on Chantilly’s Polytrack finishing 2nd by a head after being hampered in a £10,000 race.

ESHTYAAQ is the class in the 3:30 and although yet to tackle over 14f on the All Weather, on the turf this trip and beyond has seen a different horse, getting its head in front twice from being a 15 race maiden over shorter trips. The drop in class makes it an even more attractive proposition.

It is hard to ignore the two All Weather debutants in the field in Fieldgunner Kirkup and Personal Touch both having notched up 7f successes in this grade but the manner of victory by RUWAIYAN when trying C&D for the first time is to irresistible to resist in the 4:30.

Good Luck to all J 

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