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 -

The jockey unable to bend her arms and two for today!

Winners Arch Villian (10-3), One Penny Piece (15-8) and Poyle Vinnie (6-4) from 9 races of interest doesn't even scratch the surface of the story of yesterday through my eyes (and pocket). The story for me centred on the rides from Ross Atkinson on WILHANA and Miss L Williams on SUPER DUPLEX are well worth closer scrutiny.

In the case of Ross Atkinson on selection WILHANA in the 3:00 Lingfield Park: There was little to no effort in the final furlong to ride the horse fully out and I would have been satisfied that the jockey felt that the horse had emptied out. Inexplicably Ross Atkinson bursts in to life for the final 10 strides or so suggesting that the former was not the case and closes to snatch second on the line!

Miss L Williams on SUPER DUPLEX in Lingfield Parks 3:30 cruised to lie up with leader after racing most of the journey 6 horses wide after being last away. Once into the straight, beyond smacking the horse with the whip a couple of times it seemed that Miss L Williams was incapable of bending her arms. This was in stark contrast to those that swooped passed SUPER DUPLEX. While crouching jockeys pumped away to the line, the body language of Miss L Williams remained the same, bolt upright in the saddle. I will be looking forward to the next run of SUPER DUPLEX with a jockey on!

Neither ride caught the eye of the stewards and in the case of Miss L Williams I may be guilty myself on not doing enough homework on the jockey who has ridden (and I use the term 'ridden' lightly) four previous races in a similar style. 

With just the one All Weather card at Kempton Park today the one horse that fell outside of the scope of the methodical selection processes sent to subscribers was TASRIH in the 6:10 currently trading at 5-1. Although only a maiden winner, the manner of victory when stepped up over this trip at Lingfield Park last time out, and the time recorded suggests that TASRIH can race above the standard required to win a race of this nature.

The lightly raced FAVOURITE TREAT shouldn’t be ignored in the 7:10. Currently trading at 11-1 which is a generous price if you can forgive its last time out run on soft ground at Doncaster and look purely at its achievement on its pen-ultimate run on the All Weather.


Good luck everbody J

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

The jockey unable to bend her arms and two for today!

Winners Arch Villian (10-3), One Penny Piece (15-8) and Poyle Vinnie (6-4) from 9 races of interest doesn't even scratch the surface of the story of yesterday through my eyes (and pocket). The story for me centred on the rides from Ross Atkinson on WILHANA and Miss L Williams on SUPER DUPLEX are well worth closer scrutiny.

In the case of Ross Atkinson on selection WILHANA in the 3:00 Lingfield Park: There was little to no effort in the final furlong to ride the horse fully out and I would have been satisfied that the jockey felt that the horse had emptied out. Inexplicably Ross Atkinson bursts in to life for the final 10 strides or so suggesting that the former was not the case and closes to snatch second on the line!

Miss L Williams on SUPER DUPLEX in Lingfield Parks 3:30 cruised to lie up with leader after racing most of the journey 6 horses wide after being last away. Once into the straight, beyond smacking the horse with the whip a couple of times it seemed that Miss L Williams was incapable of bending her arms. This was in stark contrast to those that swooped passed SUPER DUPLEX. While crouching jockeys pumped away to the line, the body language of Miss L Williams remained the same, bolt upright in the saddle. I will be looking forward to the next run of SUPER DUPLEX with a jockey on!

Neither ride caught the eye of the stewards and in the case of Miss L Williams I may be guilty myself on not doing enough homework on the jockey who has ridden (and I use the term 'ridden' lightly) four previous races in a similar style. 

With just the one All Weather card at Kempton Park today the one horse that fell outside of the scope of the methodical selection processes sent to subscribers was TASRIH in the 6:10 currently trading at 5-1. Although only a maiden winner, the manner of victory when stepped up over this trip at Lingfield Park last time out, and the time recorded suggests that TASRIH can race above the standard required to win a race of this nature.

The lightly raced FAVOURITE TREAT shouldn’t be ignored in the 7:10. Currently trading at 11-1 which is a generous price if you can forgive its last time out run on soft ground at Doncaster and look purely at its achievement on its pen-ultimate run on the All Weather.


Good luck everbody J

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