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  1. Re: ****Win a Pair of Champion Day Tickets - Only Forum Members!! Closes Wednesday!** 19 lengths 5/2
  2. Re: Best Bet of the Day KO Cup Qualifying - Deadline Sat 2pm Good luck all. 14.20 Newmarket Oklahoma City 1PT Win 7/2 BetVictor 16.35 Redcar Barren Brook 1PT Win 17/2 BetVictor 16.40 Gowran Park Sizing Europe 1PT Win 11/10 PaddyPower
  3. Re: BBOTD - Tuesday 24th September 18.50 Carlisle Day Of Destiny - 1PT Win 8/1 Bet365 Since Day Of Destiny's last victory at Southwell back in April over 1m 3f, he has been upped in class and ran in two Class 4 contests and two Class 5's, being placed in both of the former over 1m 2f. He's slightly higher in the weights than those two efforts but dropping back into Class 6 company and also in distance to 1m 1f 61yards puts him in with every chance.
  4. Re: BBOTD Friday 20th September 18.15 Listowel Merrion Row - 1PT Win 6/1 BetBright Merrion Row made a winning start to his career when winning last time out at Galway in a bumper over 2 miles. He has his first start over hurdles here and is upped in trip 4f but he stayed on strongly towards the finish at Galway, suggesting that the horse will benefit from a step up in distance. If he takes to the hurdles he has every chance of making it two wins from two starts.
  5. Re: Flat Racing ~ Saturday 20th Newbury 13.50 Kassiano was an impressive winner when making his UK racecourse debut at Newmarket last month in a Class 2 Conditions race over 1m 2f. The Godolphin runner was always in touch with the leaders and cruised into contention 2f from the finish under Neil Callan who never had to get serious on board, quickening well and running on to score by 3 ½ lengths to Trade Commissioner back in 2nd. Prior to running in the UK, Kassiano done the majority of his race at Meydan where he won three of his six starts and finished 2nd twice, including in the Group
  6. Re: Flat Racing Friday 20th September Newbury 14.00 Richard Hannon is represented in this 6f Maiden by newcomer Cape Wrath and it’s likely that the 2-year-old will be able to follow in the footsteps of stablemate Barley Mow who won on his debut at the same track last month for connections. The race itself looks like quite an ordinary maiden and it shouldn’t need a special performance from the selection to win on his debut. Of those set to line up that already have racecourse experience, Beatabout The Bush was well beaten on his debut in a decent Class 2 contest at Ascot, but improved
  7. Re: BBOTD Thursday 19th September 18.05 Listowel Wicklow Brave - 1PT Win 13/8 StanJames Wicklow Brave has raced over this distance on each of his 3 starts, improving with each run. He ran well at Punchestown on his 2nd outing, only being beaten a neck by the winner Stephanie Frances. Following that victory he was entered for a race at the Galway festival where he won by 3/4 of a length with Dermot Weld's Marty's Magic behind him in 2nd. Although this looks set to be a tougher race for the selection, he looks open to further improvement and deserves to take his chance in better company.
  8. Re: Flat Racing~Thursday 19th September Kempton 17.40 Richard Hughes is an eye-catching jockey booking aboard Sonnetation and the 3-year-old filly is the selection in the opener. The horse finished 2nd over course and distance just five days ago and keeps the same mark of 53 here. She has previously won over this trip, when winning at Bath in July on quick ground and this looks like a good opportunity for the horse to secure another victory. 18.10 Tatting won at Wolverhampton on Monday over this trip and he’s been quickly turned out again here without a penalty and he looks sure to
  9. Re: BBOTD Wednesday 18th sept 21.15 Kempton Street Power - 1PT Win 16/1 SportingBet Street Power has slowly been sliding down the weights and is now on a mark of 72, 5lb lower than his previous winning back when he won a Class 3 Handicap at Ascot back in July 2012. Although he hasn't shown that standard since he has been showing some consistency on the all weather surface, including when finishing 6th at Lingfield last time out when he was slowly into stride but made some late headway. Could be more to come from the horse now he appears to be on a handy mark.
  10. Re: Flat Racing Wednesday 18th Sep 2013 Sandown 14.20 The opener on Sandown’s card is a tricky looking 5f handicap for punters with 15 runners set to go to post, including The Strig who duly obliged for the site on Monday. Although James Doyle is an eye-catching jockey booking for him today, he has a 6lb rise in the weights to contend with following Monday’s victory and for that reason a line can be put through his name on your racecard. A low draw is preferable over Sandown’s flying five and that’s not been kind to Desert Command who will race from stall 12, but he usually shows plenty of
  11. Re: BBOTD Tuesday 17th September 17.50 Chepstow Descaro - 1PT Win 16/1 BetVictor With the going at Chepstow now heavy, this race could turn into a test of stamina and one that is used to racing over further is ex hurdler Descaro. He's a previous winner on Good to Soft ground and goes into this race 12lb lower than his previous flat winning mark back in 2011. In 8 starts from May to July he didn't finish out of the first two over hurdles and if he can put in a similar performance on the flat he could go close.
  12. Stratford 16.35 The opener at Stratford on Tuesday can go the way of the Philip Hobbs trained 8-year-old Patesse. After being heavily tried over hurdles, including winning a Class 2 Handicap Hurdle at Cheltenham last year, he's reverted to the larger fences and although not shown the same sort of form as he did over hurldes just yet he ran well on the same mark at Newton Abbot last time out over 2m 5 ½ furlongs in a Class 3 contest. Beaten a head by the winner Dineur, the horse came with every chance in the back straight but didn't jump as fluently as Dineur and was caught as they approache
  13. Re: Ayr Gold Cup advice please. http://ors-racing.co.uk/PDF/Ayr%20Finalx.pdf You may find some useful information here.
  14. Re: BBOTD Monday 16th september 18.45 Listowel Casey Ryback - 1PT Win 4/1 Bet365 After finishing 2nd on debut over 2m 1f at Killarney towards the end of August, Casey Ryback should appreciate the drop back to 2 miles here as she looked the most likely winner in the later stages of the race until being pegged back by Spa Hill inside the final furlong. Katie Walsh is back on board again for this race and with the horse now having racecourse experience he can go one better.
  15. Re: Flat Racing 16th Monday Sept 17:20 Brighton 5f 59yds Class 5 Juice 107 2 Radio Made In Brighton Handicap Selection: The Strig After an exciting weekend of high quality racing from Doncaster’s St Leger meeting on Saturday, the Curragh for the Irish equivalent yesterday alongside an excellent card for Arc Trials Day at Longchamp, it’s back to the standard fare of Monday racing today with cards from Brighton, Musselburgh, Wolverhampton and Listowel providing the action over in Ireland. There are still winners to be found regardless of the contest and previous course and distance winner
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