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Roughie Actuary subscribers selection takes Wolverhampton 7:30

I have no doubt that what can be an irresistible combination of Mark Johnston and Silvestre De Sousa played a large part in Aryal being backed like defeat was out of the question in the four horse 7:30 at Wolverhampton.

Aryal, already beaten by Villa Royale LTO over 12f but still bookmakers were short sighted enough in thinking that placing would be reversed over Wolverhampton’s extended 2m trip. Not only would the placing be reversed but Villa Royale was awarded the merit of being the roughie in the field of four.


While neither horses breeding credentials suggested they would be favoured by their first attempts over this trip, The Actuary ‘On The Money’ subscriber selection Villa Royale drifted from an opening show of 4-1 out to a very generous 6-1 before readily confirming its superiority over Aryal once again.


Unusually for a Mark Johnston horse, Aryal was continually pulling for its head took a tow behind the pace setting Arr’ Kid which would suggest connections were equally unsure of its ability to see out the trip. Villa Royale was forced to travel three wide when asked to take closer order by Andrew Mullen while Silvestre De Sousa's attempt to intimate Villa Royale forcing it wide entering the home bend was rewarded by the equally astute Andrew Mullen bumping the Mark Johnston charge once asserting himself as they turned in to the straight before driving 4.1/2 lengths clear.     

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Friday, March 14, 2014

Roughie Actuary subscribers selection takes Wolverhampton 7:30

I have no doubt that what can be an irresistible combination of Mark Johnston and Silvestre De Sousa played a large part in Aryal being backed like defeat was out of the question in the four horse 7:30 at Wolverhampton.

Aryal, already beaten by Villa Royale LTO over 12f but still bookmakers were short sighted enough in thinking that placing would be reversed over Wolverhampton’s extended 2m trip. Not only would the placing be reversed but Villa Royale was awarded the merit of being the roughie in the field of four.


While neither horses breeding credentials suggested they would be favoured by their first attempts over this trip, The Actuary ‘On The Money’ subscriber selection Villa Royale drifted from an opening show of 4-1 out to a very generous 6-1 before readily confirming its superiority over Aryal once again.


Unusually for a Mark Johnston horse, Aryal was continually pulling for its head took a tow behind the pace setting Arr’ Kid which would suggest connections were equally unsure of its ability to see out the trip. Villa Royale was forced to travel three wide when asked to take closer order by Andrew Mullen while Silvestre De Sousa's attempt to intimate Villa Royale forcing it wide entering the home bend was rewarded by the equally astute Andrew Mullen bumping the Mark Johnston charge once asserting himself as they turned in to the straight before driving 4.1/2 lengths clear.