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Potential for a couple of Excellent results at Wolverhampton today!

With a host of small races at Southwell yesterday I am hopeful that my suggestion assisted in making the most of the opportunities on offer with back-handed selection IMJIN RIVER, HANNAH’S TURN and AFRO all taking the spoils on offer.

In Wolverhampton’s opener at 2:10, Dance For Georgie has had its finest minutes over this trip without getting its head in front since being hiked up the handicap after scoring back to back wins over 8f back in August 2012. Prior to its poor performance LTO under Duran Duran Fentiman MEDAM had been knocking on the door and is reunited with Shirley Teasdale today. There is little sign for me that the 8yo favourite and two times C&D winner Lastkingofscotland has shown a return to the level of form capable of winning this.

With Time Square, Derfenna Art, Minstrel Lad, Berkeley Street, Shirazz and TAXIFORMISSBYRON all having put in good performances over this trip in the past year the 3:10 is a tough race to take a definitive position on. The latter has at least shown a degree of consistency not shown by the others, although it has a little more to do, it is at a price worthy of getting involved at 10-1. Minstrel Lad looks the best of the fore mentioned.

Barring accidents LAYLAS BOY looks all over the winner in the 3:40. As unfavourable as the draw may appear the fact the LAYLAS BOY tends to run off the pace should negate this negative and I am sure Adam Kirby will ride the horse to best advantage. Further support for one time C&D winner Excellent News should be noted currently trading at 33-1 on the exchanges and supported by several trade websites despite recent poor performances over C&D.

The lack of positive distance form makes the 4:10 a real guessing game. I will happily predict Back In The Frame won’t be and the front two in the market offer little appeal. A shot in the dark but DREAMING OF RUBIES has only the one run on the surface resulting in a win and the pairing of Graham Lee stays intact after a stamina boosting run on the slower surface at Southwell LTO may see a more favourable result then recent form might suggest at a handsome 45-1 on the exchanges.

The jolly in the 5:10 is being favoured by its consistency but my figures suggest consistently poor for Jayeff Herring who I would be happier to lay than back. We have little form to get our teeth in to but MASTERPAVER ran a respectful race when last seen in its penultimate run on the surface shaping like a step up would suit.


Good Luck to you all        

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

Monday, January 06, 2014

Potential for a couple of Excellent results at Wolverhampton today!

With a host of small races at Southwell yesterday I am hopeful that my suggestion assisted in making the most of the opportunities on offer with back-handed selection IMJIN RIVER, HANNAH’S TURN and AFRO all taking the spoils on offer.

In Wolverhampton’s opener at 2:10, Dance For Georgie has had its finest minutes over this trip without getting its head in front since being hiked up the handicap after scoring back to back wins over 8f back in August 2012. Prior to its poor performance LTO under Duran Duran Fentiman MEDAM had been knocking on the door and is reunited with Shirley Teasdale today. There is little sign for me that the 8yo favourite and two times C&D winner Lastkingofscotland has shown a return to the level of form capable of winning this.

With Time Square, Derfenna Art, Minstrel Lad, Berkeley Street, Shirazz and TAXIFORMISSBYRON all having put in good performances over this trip in the past year the 3:10 is a tough race to take a definitive position on. The latter has at least shown a degree of consistency not shown by the others, although it has a little more to do, it is at a price worthy of getting involved at 10-1. Minstrel Lad looks the best of the fore mentioned.

Barring accidents LAYLAS BOY looks all over the winner in the 3:40. As unfavourable as the draw may appear the fact the LAYLAS BOY tends to run off the pace should negate this negative and I am sure Adam Kirby will ride the horse to best advantage. Further support for one time C&D winner Excellent News should be noted currently trading at 33-1 on the exchanges and supported by several trade websites despite recent poor performances over C&D.

The lack of positive distance form makes the 4:10 a real guessing game. I will happily predict Back In The Frame won’t be and the front two in the market offer little appeal. A shot in the dark but DREAMING OF RUBIES has only the one run on the surface resulting in a win and the pairing of Graham Lee stays intact after a stamina boosting run on the slower surface at Southwell LTO may see a more favourable result then recent form might suggest at a handsome 45-1 on the exchanges.

The jolly in the 5:10 is being favoured by its consistency but my figures suggest consistently poor for Jayeff Herring who I would be happier to lay than back. We have little form to get our teeth in to but MASTERPAVER ran a respectful race when last seen in its penultimate run on the surface shaping like a step up would suit.


Good Luck to you all        

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