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Foie Gras 8-1, Hugh Taylor v The Actuary and 2 for today

It was a pleasant surprise to see Foie Gras 8-1 in the winners enclosure on what was becoming another inauspicious day of racing at Kempton Park and Wolverhampton. Unfortunately India’s Song and Reflect, the other two horses that had an average C&D greater than the top LTO rating could only place at 2-1 & 4-1 respectively.


Our first profile horse Secret Millionaire and subsequent non-runner re-appeared yesterday with Richard Hughes in the plate and scored a comfortable success at 4-1, unlike the days selection who promised so much in the run when finding nothing after travelling powerfully until the pedal was pushed.

The Wolverhampton 4:00 saw the tightest of finishes where my top rated Kasbhom was offered up in the Hugh Taylor v The Actuary stakes. The die was cast when William Carson opted to cut to the rail while Hugh Taylors selection Darnathean took the outside route in an effort to catch runaway leader Coach Montana. The three hit the line in unison with the cameraman convinced that Coach Montana had prevailed.   

Today we head to Southwell and no doubt Stand Guard will be the focus of a lot of attention in the Seller at 4:00. A close friend has mischievously advised me that should it win La Estrella owner Don Cantillon will be ringside to make a bid to take it home. I will be looking to take that eventuality on.

We have a couple of ‘Profile’ horse for you at Southwell in the later races. One is likely to be favourite while the other taking on a hot favourite yet to be tried on this surface. Enter your email below and it will take you to the two profile horses or navigate to the link you have already if you have previously submitted your email.




Good Luck to you all and enjoy your racing J

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

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Foie Gras 8-1, Hugh Taylor v The Actuary and 2 for today

It was a pleasant surprise to see Foie Gras 8-1 in the winners enclosure on what was becoming another inauspicious day of racing at Kempton Park and Wolverhampton. Unfortunately India’s Song and Reflect, the other two horses that had an average C&D greater than the top LTO rating could only place at 2-1 & 4-1 respectively.


Our first profile horse Secret Millionaire and subsequent non-runner re-appeared yesterday with Richard Hughes in the plate and scored a comfortable success at 4-1, unlike the days selection who promised so much in the run when finding nothing after travelling powerfully until the pedal was pushed.

The Wolverhampton 4:00 saw the tightest of finishes where my top rated Kasbhom was offered up in the Hugh Taylor v The Actuary stakes. The die was cast when William Carson opted to cut to the rail while Hugh Taylors selection Darnathean took the outside route in an effort to catch runaway leader Coach Montana. The three hit the line in unison with the cameraman convinced that Coach Montana had prevailed.   

Today we head to Southwell and no doubt Stand Guard will be the focus of a lot of attention in the Seller at 4:00. A close friend has mischievously advised me that should it win La Estrella owner Don Cantillon will be ringside to make a bid to take it home. I will be looking to take that eventuality on.

We have a couple of ‘Profile’ horse for you at Southwell in the later races. One is likely to be favourite while the other taking on a hot favourite yet to be tried on this surface. Enter your email below and it will take you to the two profile horses or navigate to the link you have already if you have previously submitted your email.




Good Luck to you all and enjoy your racing J