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 short review of todays All Weather Triple Header

I am sure that there will be many a punter cringing with the prospects of three All Weather meetings today. Although I openly admit that quality is not of the highest standard I believe it is arguably higher than that of the average 'Jumps' fixture.  In the hope I can assist in pointing you in the right direction, here is a short review (avoiding races with Subscriber selections) of today's races of most interest to me.

Lingfield Parks card offers a good opportunity for a horse I have been watching closely and remember all too well my closing line:
‘I will be expecting to see Tee It Up Tommo competing in 7f - 1m Handicap in the not too distant future’ 
in my post Tommo Tee'd Up For Failure at Kempton Park!. This was after the horse had bolted prior to

 being given a run in its third Maiden over middle distances. Two subsequent runs have seen Tee It Up Tommo in the money, placed 3rd over 7f and placed 2nd over 1m. Over 1m again today I am expecting a big run while Super Duplex offers good EW value.

The Mick Appleby stable looks to be in good form with 8 of his last 10 runners being placed and Maggie Pink currently trading at 8-1 offers good value in Lingfield Parks 2:00. With 4 wins from 6 runs over this trip and surface at Wolverhampton and Kempton, I am hopeful that it will add Lingfield Park to that list today while respecting the potential danger Amosite

Norfolk Sky’s withdraw strengthens the claims of Bramshill Lass in Lingfield Parks 3:00. Jim Crowley retains the ride and the past records suggest he is the jockey that gets the best from her.   

Lingfields 4:00 looks very competitive when looking at the current prices with 4 horses all vying for favouritism. The withdraw of Precision Five makes life a little easier and my pick of the four would be Scary Movie by virtue of its superior distance form.

Kempton Park looks like a card to avoid but I do feel Imjin River offers excellent value in the opener, currently trading at 14’s and has sound EW claims.

As with Kempton Park there is little to pin your colours to at Dundalk with inconsistency being the order of the day.

In the 7:45 it is hard to rule at any one of the nine but superiority over this trip lies firmly with either Queen Of The Sand or Toccata Blue.

Rose Angel looks set to double up on Friday’s success over C&D in the 8:15 with Lord Kenmare also a C&D winner on the card opposing. Although the win of Lord Kenmare looks easier on the eye, times would suggest that Rose Angel should prevail.

The 9:15 has two horses that are returning to the scene of their last wins in Buccaneer Bob and What Ever It Takes. While the latter is running of a mark 7 higher than when winning, the former is only 2 higher and appears to be far more consistent on this surface. 

Good Luck, enjoy and embrace the All Weather :) 


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

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

A short review of todays All Weather Triple Header

I am sure that there will be many a punter cringing with the prospects of three All Weather meetings today. Although I openly admit that quality is not of the highest standard I believe it is arguably higher than that of the average 'Jumps' fixture.  In the hope I can assist in pointing you in the right direction, here is a short review (avoiding races with Subscriber selections) of today's races of most interest to me.

Lingfield Parks card offers a good opportunity for a horse I have been watching closely and remember all too well my closing line:
‘I will be expecting to see Tee It Up Tommo competing in 7f - 1m Handicap in the not too distant future’ 
in my post Tommo Tee'd Up For Failure at Kempton Park!. This was after the horse had bolted prior to

 being given a run in its third Maiden over middle distances. Two subsequent runs have seen Tee It Up Tommo in the money, placed 3rd over 7f and placed 2nd over 1m. Over 1m again today I am expecting a big run while Super Duplex offers good EW value.

The Mick Appleby stable looks to be in good form with 8 of his last 10 runners being placed and Maggie Pink currently trading at 8-1 offers good value in Lingfield Parks 2:00. With 4 wins from 6 runs over this trip and surface at Wolverhampton and Kempton, I am hopeful that it will add Lingfield Park to that list today while respecting the potential danger Amosite

Norfolk Sky’s withdraw strengthens the claims of Bramshill Lass in Lingfield Parks 3:00. Jim Crowley retains the ride and the past records suggest he is the jockey that gets the best from her.   

Lingfields 4:00 looks very competitive when looking at the current prices with 4 horses all vying for favouritism. The withdraw of Precision Five makes life a little easier and my pick of the four would be Scary Movie by virtue of its superior distance form.

Kempton Park looks like a card to avoid but I do feel Imjin River offers excellent value in the opener, currently trading at 14’s and has sound EW claims.

As with Kempton Park there is little to pin your colours to at Dundalk with inconsistency being the order of the day.

In the 7:45 it is hard to rule at any one of the nine but superiority over this trip lies firmly with either Queen Of The Sand or Toccata Blue.

Rose Angel looks set to double up on Friday’s success over C&D in the 8:15 with Lord Kenmare also a C&D winner on the card opposing. Although the win of Lord Kenmare looks easier on the eye, times would suggest that Rose Angel should prevail.

The 9:15 has two horses that are returning to the scene of their last wins in Buccaneer Bob and What Ever It Takes. While the latter is running of a mark 7 higher than when winning, the former is only 2 higher and appears to be far more consistent on this surface. 

Good Luck, enjoy and embrace the All Weather :) 


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