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  1. Hunting Percival 2:45 Newton Abbot (9/2). Wide open race but I thought this one did well to recover from a bad error with a circuit to go last time. Step up in trip should suit and has drifted to a decent price.


    Bizarre, never went a yard, possibly just hates Harry Cobden for some reason as he did the same thing when he rode him before.

  2. Hedera Park 1:35 Uttox (7/1 skybet w/o the fav). Showed promise in 4 bumpers and on hurdles debut. This race looks weak and might be able to grab 2nd off bottom weight.


    looked like she might challenge for 2nd...but didn't.

  3. Great fight, especially in contrast to the heavyweight shenanigans.

    Crawford fav with the bookies at around 7/10 and I think he will get it done.

    I'm going Crawford by stoppage in rounds 7-12 @ 9/2 (Skybet). Crawford has underrated power and I think he will get to him late. With Spence damaged from the car crashes and boozing he can't be 100% anymore.

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  6. 6 minutes ago, sporting sam said:

    Catterick 2:10

    Petra celera


    each way


    penta celera
    Impressive displays both runs in Scotland.
    Worried out of it by mismerald.
    Shaped as though the damp ground would be useful.
    Another one of interest is the well bred obligatory
    Each way
    Related to a very classy horse of Tim Easterby’s.
    Although the yard are only 2/93 with juveniles as they focus on plundering handicaps, it only takes one to change the statistics……………


    On the nod! Good start 🤑

  7. 1 hour ago, sporting sam said:

    Ayr 2:30
    Golden shot 


    travels to Scotland minus Luke Morris as this is an apprentice race.

    Yard’s only runner here and this horse drops back in trip and runs down in class from debut run at Leicester where ability was shown in the early stages. ( won by now 85 rated perlando)

    has gone through the usual metamorphosis since the mandatory three sprint runs out the back to classy middle distance runner with an unscalable mark and won twice very easily .

    Did not appreciate step up in trip latest and given a long break. If sent to the front early enough could run away with things here. A drifter today and could go off a nice price.



    the saver is a reverse forecast with two auld lads.

    golden shot to win by

    2+ lengths @ 100/30

    Golden shot to win

    golden shot/ two auld pals

    reverse forecast 

    entered up multiple times this week and a win here means no penalties in those entered affairs . Has already bolted up eased down under a penalty. 
    if Prescott has relatives up here or wants to post a letter cheaply ,then he has another reason to come, but sends one horse on a 750 mile round trip.

    Spot on again. All the way out to 9/4, they seemed very confident the runner up was going to win (4's into 11/8)!

  8. 5 hours ago, Brahmin said:

    M/rasen  2.05         Fennas loss     6/1 EW          &        Coal Fire        11/1 EW        Won       4 places 

    Newb      2.25         Sweet William   10/3     Won        &       Apparate      16/1 EW           &       Hadrianus     14/1 EW             4 places             

     M/rasen 2.40         Too Friendly      8/1 EW     Won      &      Gavin        11/1 EW               &         Manor park      14/1 EW           4 places

     Newb  3.00             Commanche Falls   11/2 EW    Won       &           Annaf         9/1 EW                 4 places

    M/rasen  3.15          Born Famous       11/2 EW             &         Chief black robe      9/1  EW         &      La Domaniale      14/1 EW             5 places

    Newb  3.35               Bobsleigh      7/2              &        Son of Corballis      8/1 EW            &             Dapperling         33/1  EW                     4 places



    Not bad! Hope you've got some multiples on the go.

  9. 18 minutes ago, sporting sam said:




    To win by 10+ lengths @ evens.

    very smart gelding who is a winning pointer, has run in three bumpers including a grade 1 at Liverpool.

    Wide margin winner of a maiden hurdle at Wexford faces three rivals here , two who seem weak and a Gordon Elliott winning pointer who rates the main danger jeepydoff meel.
    kinbara the only runner confirmed to get the trip under rules and should be ok in the heavy conditions running downhill at the finish.

    a little green over the hurdles, but good speed on the ground and looks set for novice fencing next year.
    Long odds on, so the winning distance bet the only way in.


    Skybet have this at 11/10.

  10. Went for Born Famous for the Summer Plate last night but the price has halved now.

    Showed very little in Ireland in 10 races...then comes over here and wins 4 in a row. The Aintree win over hurdles looks good form with the front 2 pulling clear and the runner up winning her next 2 races. Didn't beat much at Perth but finished full of beans and there could be loads of improvement to come. Lovely low weight, Cobden booked and money has come.



    Wins. Must have been very well handicapped as she was tailed off most of the way after Cobden seemed to be asleep at the start.

  11. On 7/21/2023 at 8:29 AM, The Brigadier said:
    Market Rasen 14:40
    Fourteen go to post for this year’s renewal of the Unibets Zero% Mission Summer Handicap Hurdle. It has once again got an open look about it. Fergal O’Brien has entered three with the pick of them being the Paddy Brennan ridden Dancila who made a winning handicap hurdle debut at Newton Abbot last month and is only 4lb higher. Presumably Brennan’s pick he can run well with one of Fergal’s other runners Castel Gandalfo having run second in this last year.
    Charlie Longsdon’s top weight Everyonesgame is chasing a hat trick of victories following wins at Warwick and Worcester for which he’s been raised 12lb and is another possible whilst James Owen’s Too Friendly also comes here in form following a good second at Cartmel and should be thereabouts.
    Adrian Paul Keatley’s Belvedere Blast hasn’t looked back since racing in blinkers, winning three from three with two of those wins coming over course and distance. He’s gone up 22lb for those trio of success’s and has to be a major player here with the booking of Brian Hughes the icing n the cake.
    I’ll dutch him and the David Pipe trained Myristica who looks a big danger now going handicapping having won three novice hurdles at Southwell, Newton Abbot and Worcester. He starts off in handicaps off of a mark of 112 which favours comparably with his old flat mark of 83 when trained by Tim Easterby. Pipe also runs Nibras Gold in first time cheek pieces but stable jockey Jack Tudor appears to have chosen the former who can run a big race.
    MYRISTICA 1 point win @ 7/1 Paddy Power
    BELVEDERE BLAST 1 point win @ 6/1 bet365

    I've backed Myristica as well (6/1). 112 looks a good mark on her novice wins. Allihies won a handicap off 110 after she beat him 3 lengths giving 2 lbs last time at Worcester. This is a big step up and definitely some dangers but should run her race and be thereabouts.


    Every chance but faded on the run in.

  12. 1 hour ago, Bang on said:

    3.50 Hay - Prince Alex - 9/4 - Gets Soft going on turf ( 5 of his 6 wins)for the first time since winning at Glorious Goodwood 2 years ago (was rated 89 - today is 85). He won over CD on his only previous visit and is 3/3 in class 4 or lower handicaps. The main danger looks to be the unexposed (only 2 races) Quantum Leap, whose trainer Ed Bethell is in very good form ( 3 wins from 6 runners), and when jockey Callum Rodriguez rides for him they have a combined 43% strike rate ( might have a saver at 11/2).

    It was soft at Newbury but that was after a long lay off.

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