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November Racing Results 2014

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Category - Results

RACING NOTEBOOK

Based on races viewed, Spy’s analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time:

29th November: Newbury: Ratings were vindicated in the Listed novice event for mares when Carrigmoorna Rock – second in a Grade 3 at Down Royal last month – drew clear of Avispa. Broxbourne was pitched into much deeper company than when opening her hurdling account at Fakenham but she stayed on for third.

After the win of chase newcomer Royal Regatta in the Class 3 handicap, the Hobbs/Johnson bandwagon rolled on further with the last gasp success of Bertie Boru in the Class 3 over 2m 6f. Crossing the last clear, Phone [...]

October Racing Results Review 2014

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Category - Uncategorised

RACING NOTEBOOK

Based on races viewed, Spy’s analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time:

31st October: Newmarket: Division One of the maiden did not look particularly strong. Experience won the day as Redcar runner-up New Strategy knew too much for the promising Greatest Hits, who was green in the early stages but picked up from two out. Time may show he will turn out to be better than the winner.

In contrast, the second division went to a newcomer. Slow to load, Suddyan sprouted wings coming out of the dip to pass several better fancied and by this stage paddling rivals – including Haydock runner-up and [...]

Sept Results 2014

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Category - Results

RACING NOTEBOOK

Based on races viewed, Spy’s analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time:

September 27th: Newmarket: With no rain overnight and a drying wind, the ground was changed to good to firm. If anything, it looked to be riding fast. Rosalie Bonheur put up a game display to win the nursery for fillies, finding plenty when tackled by a perfectly delivered Hawkin. The first two raced from lowly marks (73 and 72), meaning the worth of this form is questionable.

Having changed hands for a sizeable sum, Elm Park vindicated Quatar’s decision to purchase with a beefy performance in the Group 2 Royal Lodge. Up [...]

Free Tips May 2015

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Category - Free Tips

GUINEAS WEEKEND – MAY 2nd/3rd:

Newmarket: Saturday May 2nd: A splash of rain (forecast but not forthcoming at the time of writing) would be welcome before the start of the two-day Classic meeting…

2.00: Two seasons on and after six races, on the verge of what ought to be a lucrative campaign, Top Tug now makes his reappearance as a four-year-old. Rather like a vintage wine, he has always looked likely to improve with age (something confirmed by his pedigree) and he embarks on his third season equipped with what looks like a reasonable mark. Despite his stable’s rather slow start to the season (signs they might be hitting stride [...]

Free Tips April 2015

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WEDNESDAY – APRIL 29th:

Ascot: 3.30: As it stands the penalty and, possibly more importantly, the ground is against Tac De Boistron, who although he handles a lively surface is much better in the wet. The converse is the case for Forever Now, who was not suited by the soft at Nottingham on reappearance and can reverse form with stable mate Deuce Again on this forecast faster surface. Pallasator could provide the biggest threat, although this is a quality renewal that features several unknown quantities.

4.05: Unbeaten last year and extremely impressive in the Redcar Two-Year-Old Trophy, Limato looks more than smart. Likely to be short in the betting, his [...]

Free Tips March 2015

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WEEKEND MARCH 28th/29th:

Saturday: Doncaster: 2.00: Tullius ought to win a depleted Doncaster Mile, although by word of caution his best form is on a soft surface.

2.35: The ground may have the last word once again here with leading fancies Aetna and Jack Dexter (best days may be behind him) both at their best on soft. Drying ground would aid Astaire (ran his best race of the season first time last season but rather lost his way afterwards) and Naadirr (not out of contention even with a penalty) who makes plenty of appeal.

3.10: Pre-race players have seized on Certificate for this and despite the numbers, with his stable [...]

Free Tips February 2015

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28th:

It’s the last day of the worst month of the year! With it comes a hard set of racing programmes, so, swerving a couple of obvious but fragile selections, investment ought to be kept to a minimum.

LINGFIELD: 4.05: Although he picked up ground in the straight, a bad draw, allied to considerable kick-back, did not assist Smoothtalkinrascal last time at Chelmsford City. Racing from a tempting mark, it could be a different story now. All his best form has been over the minimum trip, and with the draw in his favour this time he is of some interest. Not always the safest of betting propositions (he [...]

Free Tips January 2015

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SATURDAY JANUARY 31st:

Sandown: 12.40: Old Guard can be forgiven for a poor run last time at Chepstow when bogged down in Chepstow’s glue. Previously he had looked a smart recruit when beating Karezak at Newbury and that is unquestionably the best form on offer. This small field may suit and he is preferred to French import The Saint James and recent Plumpton winner Pain Au Chocolat.

1.15: Only four turn out for the Listed hurdle but it should prove informative. Garde La Victoire and Jollyallan set a decent standard, whilst leading Triumph Hurdle candidate Bristol De Mai (who will do well to beat his older rivals) cannot be dismissed.

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Free Tips December 2014

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Based on races viewed, Spy’s analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time:

SATURDAY DECEMBER 27TH:

Kempton: 12.40: With a 10lbs weight turnaround in his favour for three-quarters of a length, it seems reasonable to expect Storm Force Ten to reverse Sandown form with Bivouac here. Apparently he has flourished since his debut over timber and, a decent performer on the Flat, is expected to open his account now. Bivouac cannot be dismissed out of hand, neither can French import San Benedeto, but after what was an encouraging start, Storm Force Ten gets his chance to leapfrog a few places in Triumph Hurdle market.

Chepstow: 1.55: As [...]

Free Tips November 2014

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Based on races viewed, Spy’s analysis and list of horses worthy of serious consideration next time:

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29TH:

NEWBURY: 3.00: The Hennessy Gold Cup poses several of the usual questions. After a promising start to his chasing career last season, Djakadam looks a class act here. His present mark along with his place in the handicap makes him an appealing prospect in a race where nothing stands out from a handicapping prospective. However, he faces his stiffest test and recent market support means any value has been hoovered up. Second in this last year and now 5lbs higher, with a tongue tie applied for the first time, we should [...]

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