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  1. 5.10 Leic - Mountain Brave - win at 5/2 bet365
  2. 1.10 Ayr - 6 furlong handicap, class 6, soft ground Very poor class 6 handicap yet 3 out of the 6 are last time out winners and another won two races ago These are horses rated in the 50s so not very consistent and not to be depended upon but one of them is going to win it Looking at the race yesterday my choice was Dodgy Bob but he's drifted in the market today from joint Favourite out to 3rd favourite. Nevertheless I'll stick with him. Conditions are ideal and the race he won last time might have been a bit better than this one The favourite is Macs Blessings who won over CD last time ...... I'm not sure he's suited by soft ground though he does have some placed form. I'm basically going off run style here. My selection is a front runner and the favourite is often slowly away (that rings a bell!) I think horses that come with a late rattle from the rear are more suited to good or firm ground ....... bit more difficult to accelerate in soft ground and a lot of this type come with a late rattle to get placed but don't win very often because the timing of the run has to be precise ...... start a bit late and they don't get there. They often go into notebooks as having run an eye-catching race and are backed next time ..... where they duly run on from the rear and finish second or third again 1.10 Ayr - Dodgy Bob - 7/2 bet365
  3. I think today is a bit of an outlier !...... I was so miffed that my runner on Sunday got done by a nose I wanted to get one back ! 😧
  4. Ayr 2.15 - March Law - win at 1/5 bet365
  5. Gosden wins the French Derby with Mishriff 7/1
  6. French Derby today at Chantilly Victor Ludorum is the clear favourite after winning the French 2000 Gns but I'm going to pick one that is just about an EW price J-C Rouget has won 3 of the last 4 'Jockey-Clubs' so he knows what it takes and he has an unbeaten, lightly raced one in today who jumps up big time in class. He's run 3 times, twice in the provinces and in a small conditions race at St Cloud. The Rouget yard has hit form with 9 winners from 15 runners in the last two weeks I guess if you back him you're basically backing the trainer to know what he's got with an unproven horse at this level Chantilly 2.10 - Port Guillaume - EW at 10/1 bet365
  7. bank 841.06 Hayd 1.00 - Snazzy Jazzy - 7/4 Sand 2.25 - Cross Counter - 6/4 prices paddypower £20 double
  8. Hayd 1.00 - Snazzy Jazzy - win at 7/4 PP
  9. Haha! well done, terrific ......... 😛
  10. I like the look of Mohican Heights as an EW shot in the Derby. Finished 3rd in the 'King Edward' at Ascot on seasonal debut, held up at the back and running on in the last couple of furlongs. The winner was Pyledriver who re-opposes today but had the advantage of a recent run at Ascot My selection would appear to have bundles of stamina in his pedigree so a strongly run race would suit, which the Derby usually is. His sire won the Derby and Irish Derby, his Damsire won the Derby ....... impeccable breeding ! I can see my horse eating up the ground in the home straight ! Epsom 4.55 - Mohican Heights - EW at 16/1 bog bet365 (his best price has come down from 20/1 whilst I've been typing!)
  11. Yarm 8.55 - Ice ice lady - win at Evens wm hill
  12. Ham 2.40 - Shesadabber - win at 4/5 bet365
  13. This must be the worst day's racing since the resumption ! Going through the cards last night I couldn't find any race to bother spend time on Which raises the question ...... should it really matter what the level of the race is ? I mean there's a winner of every race and if you're happy with your methods of selection should they be just as valid for a class 6 handicap as for the Derby ?
  14. 6.00 Wolv - Dark Lion - win at 4/9 wm hill