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  1. Royal Ascot 2021 should be more atmospheric than last year’s renewal with 12,000 in attendance and with dry weather likely the ground for Day one will ride pretty fast.Here’s my thoughts on the first day:- Ascot 230 The week’s banker Palace Pier kicks the 2021 Royal meeting off and he will be incredibly hard to beat. The one nagging doubt that lingers with me is the fact that he has yet to run on very fast ground. No doubt he’ll probably win for Messr’s Gosden and Dettori as his odds suggest but from a punting angle I’m happy to look elsewhere and take one at an each way price. On
  2. As one would expect Saturday’s Terrestrial TV racing is not one of the strongest with Royal Ascot just around the corner and here’s my thoughts for the 8 races:- Chester 140 Karl Burke’s Rebel At Dawn has as good a chance as any here with 4 of the 5 runners holding decent enough chances. His 3rd to Jumby on his penultimate run looks good form and he progressed to win at Nottingham 10 days ago. REBEL AT DAWN 1 point win @ 9/4 William Hill York 200 A disappointing turn out for the Queen Mothers Cup Handicap for female amateurs only. Only 8 go to post and two of
  3. A disappointing day with a loss of 11.72 points with just two places from the 7 selections.
  4. A decent winning day with 4 winners for a profit of 36.86 points. Roll on tomorrow 🤞
  5. Derby Day! The unexpected rain fall on Friday morning/afternoon took many, myself included by surprise but it does seem that its dry from then on in and the ground for Saturday is likely to ride on the slow side. Here’s my early thoughts on the day’s seven races. Epsom 2.00 King Frankel was runner up in the London Cup to a potential Group horse in Sir Michael Stoute’s Bay Bridge though he has been raised 6lb for being beaten 4L and although that race is normally a good yardstick to future success has yet to been tested so although he must have a sound chance I’ll rather be with the
  6. I'm afraid I don't know of any publication that states how big a horse is (sometime Timeform will mention a horses size but not regularly). One thing I would say about Dairerin is he wont mind the unexpected rain they are having there at the moment.
  7. Thank you @Zilzalian for your kind words. This great sport of ours is all about opinions and its always refreshing listening to others. Good luck tomorrow.
  8. Day one of the two day Cazzo Derby Festival at Epsom and with a good forecast the ground is likely to be riding on the fast side of good.Here’s my thoughts on the card. Epsom 2.00 The Woodcote Stakes opens the Epsom Derby meeting and can go to the Michael Bell trained Dairerin from an inside berth. He has to prove his effectiveness on a sound surface as both his runs so far have been on good to soft ground but he does have the best piece of form to hand in his neck second to Richard Hannon’s Dukebox with the favourite and subsequent comfortable Chester winner Al Shibli a length and
  9. 8.6 point profit on the day, happy to take that on a tricky afternoons racing
  10. Having shown big profits on the last two Saturdays of 29.25 and 35.70 points I’m hoping that the run continues on Saturday. Not the best days racing which is no surprise a week before the Epsom Derby but I can still see some value there and here’s my thoughts on the 8 ITV races. Haydock 1.45 A typically wide open Haydock 6F sprint likely to be run on drying slow ground. Bielsa arrives in form but doesn’t win that often whilst the other favourite Capote’s Dream is in terrific form but is unproven on soft ground. Tim Easterby could be in for a good day and it’s his 7 year old
  11. I do all 7 days with just Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays acca bet covered by @Tumbleweed King.
  12. Thank you for your kind words foxinexile - it can be a thankless task at times and to get some positive feedback means a lot to me. I will endeavour to continue to find as many winners as I can.
  13. Oh and please if you do look make sure to click on the 'expand all' orange stars to get a full analysis of my reasoning for selecting that horse. I've just entered Thursday's selections including all 6 of the races for the Brigadier Gerard meeting at Sandown tomorrow evening.
  14. I just thought I would alert those that aren't aware that my daily racing tips which since taking over the reigns on November 11th last year are showing a profit of just under £3000. This is to a £20 stake and at advised prices plus BOG if advised with Bet365. They can be found daily from as early as 5 o'clock but usually no later than 6 o'clock under the racing tips banner at the top of this page. You'll see todays tips there but will need to scroll down to view the following days. Just the two selections so far today and they've both won - 8/1 and 6/4.
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