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115 points gained from yesterdays Yankee but only one for today at 20-1!

Not the best of days to start Decmber yesterday with Full Speed failing to live up to its name in the Wolverhampton 12:55 , Kantara Castle and Penara fell foul of a Jamie Osborne gamble and the only horse with C&D. All early race times returned suggested that the course had reverted back to extremely testing until the 3:30 which proved this not to be the case when Maggie Pink made easy work of Miss Avonbridge in the fastest race on the card. It wasn't too unexpected that Kempton Park may need to come to the rescue with Driven On (adv 5-1) winning for subscribers providing some dignity after Roskilly also 5-1 could only manage a poor third.

Our suggested Yankee in yesterdays post faired reasonably well returning 115 points profit EW at SP with 2 winners CAPAILL LAITH 11-4 and PRETTY BUBBLES 4-1 both winning, CORPORAL MADDOX 7-1 and BURNHOPE 10-1 finishing second. My misgivings for Passionada were also well founded and it would appear that the anticipated digression continues.

With only the one card today at Wolverhampton opportunities are a little thin on the ground and I have to admit that with the exception of two races with subscribers selections in, I am happier watching these races unfold rather play in them.

The one horse that may be of some interest has to be FOLLOW THE FLAG in the finale. It has been some time since last seen on this surface (February 2013) when beaten 5 lengths in a Class 5 of a mark of 67 and even further back to when seen over C&D beaten 6.3/4 lengths off a mark of 76 in a Class 4.

Granted that its star is no longer shining as bright as it once was, but now racing off 48 as result of recent efforts over trips it barely gets at Southwell and ridden by an amateur jockey, now finds itself against a top OR of 55 and I am perhaps reading a little more than I should in to the jockey booking of Tom Queally hanging around to ride Alan McCabes only runner at the meeting. Queally is more likely to be there for the ride on Michael Bell’s Jayeff Herring in the 3:10 but you would then expect him to go home unless there was some optimism for FOLLOW THE FLAG and at 20-1+ could be a nice EW play.

Good Luck everyone J


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

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

115 points gained from yesterdays Yankee but only one for today at 20-1!

Not the best of days to start Decmber yesterday with Full Speed failing to live up to its name in the Wolverhampton 12:55 , Kantara Castle and Penara fell foul of a Jamie Osborne gamble and the only horse with C&D. All early race times returned suggested that the course had reverted back to extremely testing until the 3:30 which proved this not to be the case when Maggie Pink made easy work of Miss Avonbridge in the fastest race on the card. It wasn't too unexpected that Kempton Park may need to come to the rescue with Driven On (adv 5-1) winning for subscribers providing some dignity after Roskilly also 5-1 could only manage a poor third.

Our suggested Yankee in yesterdays post faired reasonably well returning 115 points profit EW at SP with 2 winners CAPAILL LAITH 11-4 and PRETTY BUBBLES 4-1 both winning, CORPORAL MADDOX 7-1 and BURNHOPE 10-1 finishing second. My misgivings for Passionada were also well founded and it would appear that the anticipated digression continues.

With only the one card today at Wolverhampton opportunities are a little thin on the ground and I have to admit that with the exception of two races with subscribers selections in, I am happier watching these races unfold rather play in them.

The one horse that may be of some interest has to be FOLLOW THE FLAG in the finale. It has been some time since last seen on this surface (February 2013) when beaten 5 lengths in a Class 5 of a mark of 67 and even further back to when seen over C&D beaten 6.3/4 lengths off a mark of 76 in a Class 4.

Granted that its star is no longer shining as bright as it once was, but now racing off 48 as result of recent efforts over trips it barely gets at Southwell and ridden by an amateur jockey, now finds itself against a top OR of 55 and I am perhaps reading a little more than I should in to the jockey booking of Tom Queally hanging around to ride Alan McCabes only runner at the meeting. Queally is more likely to be there for the ride on Michael Bell’s Jayeff Herring in the 3:10 but you would then expect him to go home unless there was some optimism for FOLLOW THE FLAG and at 20-1+ could be a nice EW play.

Good Luck everyone J