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 -

Some of the best opportunity on the All Weather today.

Respecting the claims of Docofthebay, Sofias Number One and Kung Hei Fat Choy in Southwell 2:00 I am honoured bound to stick with CHRISSYCROSS. This is a step up from when winning for us in November but until it falters, the manner of victory LTO suggested there may be more to come.

Unusually I see all the best form over C&D at the bottom end of the handicap in the 2:30 with CORN MAIDEN, Mister Frosty and Kingaroo all having performed above the standard to win a race of this nature. Of those further up the handicap Goldmadchen has sound EW claims at 16-1.

The form is almost a year old but considering the company and record MICA MIKA has faced over this trip on the surface I find the 6-1 currently available as very generous in the Wolverhampton 5:25.

Twist and Twirl is not the most consistent and is second favourite for the 5:55 based upon one good run as opposed to the three poorer efforts. Whatever MOSS QUITO does as a d├ębutante on the surface should be good enough to beat these.  

Exceedexpectations has not lived up to its name for some time and is on the decline and I doubt this trip will be favourable in the 6:25. PICCOLO EXPRESS (12-1) and HARVEST MISS (7-1) look to be lively EW prospects.

The 6:55 conjures up images of jockeys dragging horse carcases across the line and I am sure from the times returned by some of these they are barely breathing! I am going to take MEGLIO ANCORA (10-1) EW.

Swerving the Dundalk opener and looking at the 6:45 which has little in the way of recent god form and I am hopeful that in this company ATLAS PEAK could find the level of form that saw it chase home Indiana Charmer back in April.

Valley Queen has shown a good level of consistency in its last three races in this grade with form figures of 122 but I am more taken by the last time out performance of RECKLESS LAD on the clock to take the Dundalk 7:15.

It is hard to split the performances over C&D of Seanie, TOCCATA BLUE and Indian Landing in the 7:45. Rummaging could also be in the mix at the business end but the greater level of consistency of TOCCATA BLUE shades it marginally.

MISSILE COMMAND has done little wrong in its two C&D runs and looks to have the edge over these. Breezolini would have been of interest over 5f and I am guessing may be there to work its current mark down.

If the 8:45 was over 1 mile CLARE HARRIER would be a more comfortable selection but its record from a handful of runs over further has been poor. The level of attainment of the rest of the field over this trip is equally woeful with Gun Shoot and Ned’s Indian offering the best recent form. I am hopeful that CLARE HARRIER may be able to see the trip out far better than previously in this company.


CULLENTRY ROYAL looks an interesting entrant in the finale (9:15) after a little holiday over the Irish Sea tackling 2 miles at Kempton Park to see how he took to the surface. Is placed in a race at the top of the handicap among an inconsistent bunch over the trip with Shabra Emperor at the bottom of the handicap offering the best C&D form.

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

Friday, December 13, 2013

Some of the best opportunity on the All Weather today.

Respecting the claims of Docofthebay, Sofias Number One and Kung Hei Fat Choy in Southwell 2:00 I am honoured bound to stick with CHRISSYCROSS. This is a step up from when winning for us in November but until it falters, the manner of victory LTO suggested there may be more to come.

Unusually I see all the best form over C&D at the bottom end of the handicap in the 2:30 with CORN MAIDEN, Mister Frosty and Kingaroo all having performed above the standard to win a race of this nature. Of those further up the handicap Goldmadchen has sound EW claims at 16-1.

The form is almost a year old but considering the company and record MICA MIKA has faced over this trip on the surface I find the 6-1 currently available as very generous in the Wolverhampton 5:25.

Twist and Twirl is not the most consistent and is second favourite for the 5:55 based upon one good run as opposed to the three poorer efforts. Whatever MOSS QUITO does as a d├ębutante on the surface should be good enough to beat these.  

Exceedexpectations has not lived up to its name for some time and is on the decline and I doubt this trip will be favourable in the 6:25. PICCOLO EXPRESS (12-1) and HARVEST MISS (7-1) look to be lively EW prospects.

The 6:55 conjures up images of jockeys dragging horse carcases across the line and I am sure from the times returned by some of these they are barely breathing! I am going to take MEGLIO ANCORA (10-1) EW.

Swerving the Dundalk opener and looking at the 6:45 which has little in the way of recent god form and I am hopeful that in this company ATLAS PEAK could find the level of form that saw it chase home Indiana Charmer back in April.

Valley Queen has shown a good level of consistency in its last three races in this grade with form figures of 122 but I am more taken by the last time out performance of RECKLESS LAD on the clock to take the Dundalk 7:15.

It is hard to split the performances over C&D of Seanie, TOCCATA BLUE and Indian Landing in the 7:45. Rummaging could also be in the mix at the business end but the greater level of consistency of TOCCATA BLUE shades it marginally.

MISSILE COMMAND has done little wrong in its two C&D runs and looks to have the edge over these. Breezolini would have been of interest over 5f and I am guessing may be there to work its current mark down.

If the 8:45 was over 1 mile CLARE HARRIER would be a more comfortable selection but its record from a handful of runs over further has been poor. The level of attainment of the rest of the field over this trip is equally woeful with Gun Shoot and Ned’s Indian offering the best recent form. I am hopeful that CLARE HARRIER may be able to see the trip out far better than previously in this company.


CULLENTRY ROYAL looks an interesting entrant in the finale (9:15) after a little holiday over the Irish Sea tackling 2 miles at Kempton Park to see how he took to the surface. Is placed in a race at the top of the handicap among an inconsistent bunch over the trip with Shabra Emperor at the bottom of the handicap offering the best C&D form.

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