Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Hoofhearted » Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:36 am

Top calls yesterday - noticed the post in the morning and forgot about it too engrossed with the dogs :)

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Hoofhearted » Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:37 am

These seem to be plodding along ok

A winner, a non runner and an unseated yesterday

12:55 Ayr
Miss Nay Never 7/4 ran with promise on debut at Thirsk (third) and wasn’t disgraced although ultimately well beaten by Sardinia Sunset at York. The winner is favourite to land the Group 3 Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood tomorrow.

3:00 Ayr
Eastern Sheriff 9/2 has to be forgiven a poor run at Newmarket 18 days ago but the ground was very testing that day. He is probably better judged on his Ripon romp when pulling clear to score by more than six lengths. Third horse Socially Shady has won twice since to boost the value of the form. Cheek-pieces are applied for this intriguing 1m 5f handicap. A strong gallop looks assured with Sociologist likely to re-employ the trailblazing tactics which worked a treat at Hamilton. Stockbridge Tap has shown promise on both career starts and looks a live threat.

3:30 Ayr
Medal Winner 5/1 can go close in a cracking 1m 2f contest. The top weight caught the eye with his sixth to Scarlet Dragon and Deja in the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes at Royal Ascot and backed that up with a fair fourth to Country at Newmarket. He is a dual winner over ten furlongs so this drop in trip looks ideal.

Hugo Palmer pulled Ironclad out of an intended engagement at HQ last Saturday and the gelding could well bounce back from his Epsom disappointment on Derby Day when sent off favourite in a hot event won by Sky Defender. Ironclad scored twice last season over today’s 1m 2f trip and should figure along with potentially well-treated Al Rasmah, course specialist Glasses Up and lightly-raced Master The Stars.


4:35 Ayr
Lola Showgirl 13/8 won with such authority at Chepstow last week that she is taken to shrug off her penalty in the finale at Ayr. David Loughnane’s three-year-old came in for heavy market support at the Welsh track and Lola Showgirl has a perfect post in stall four under Hollie Doyle. Lola Showgirl won’t mind if the track is riding on the soft side as she split Newmarket raider King Fairy and Fishable in the Hamilton mud, with the third horse scoring by more than three lengths at Ripon last week.

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by freebooter » Tue Jul 28, 2020 8:43 am

Couple of others to add with Zebedee at Ayr on this more testing ground.

Somekindasuperstar - 2.00 20/1
Black Friday 4.35 14/1

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by alancraik » Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:13 am

todays system selections

trying the whole card at Goodwood today

GOODWOOD 13:10 Separate 25/1 e/w 4 Places

GOODWOOD 13:45 Sky Defender 35/1 e/w 5 Places

GOODWOOD 14:15 King Zain 7/1 e/w 3 Places

GOODWOOD 14:45 Duke Of Hazzard 11/2 e/w 4 Places

GOODWOOD 15:15 Stradivarius 8/13 win

GOODWOOD 15:45 Caspian Prince 18/1 e/w 3 Places

GOODWOOD 16:20 Alkumait 13/8 win

GOODWOOD 16:55 Tulip Fields 7/2 win

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by The Fenman » Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:29 am

Ayr 3.30

MEDAL WINNER

Form of his last outings makes him a cracking bet here, got form with cape cavalli which is 6/1 for a hot race at goodwood yet this was 5/1 last night soz couldnt post up earlier but its a mad world im in at mo '# '# '# '#
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by The Fenman » Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:30 am

Soz hoof just seen your post . . . . Charge . . . . . '# '# '# '#
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by peanut » Tue Jul 28, 2020 12:54 pm

System bet :)

Good 2.15- Devious Company @ 4/1 win

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by dringwr » Tue Jul 28, 2020 1:39 pm

SAMSON`S REACH 2-00 BANGOR. 12/1 EW only Hills up.

Samson`s Reach has one win and one place from two runs here, one NHF win and a second in a class 3 hurdle last year rated 110 . Rated 106 tomorrow in a class 4 with a good 5lb claimer riding. Jack Tudor has a win and place for trainer from three rides , Samson ran a 4 lengths 4th at Ayr on the flat for new stable about two weeks ago so should be fit. Doubt would be the trainer`s only one place from 10 runners at the track. Going should be ok.

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by alancraik » Tue Jul 28, 2020 4:05 pm

alancraik wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:13 am
todays system selections

trying the whole card at Goodwood today

GOODWOOD 13:10 Separate 25/1 e/w 4 Places up

GOODWOOD 13:45 Sky Defender 35/1 e/w 5 Places 2nd 8D

GOODWOOD 14:15 King Zain 7/1 e/w 3 Places up

GOODWOOD 14:45 Duke Of Hazzard 11/2 e/w 4 Places 2nd 8D

GOODWOOD 15:15 Stradivarius 8/13 win 1st 8D

GOODWOOD 15:45 Caspian Prince 18/1 e/w 3 Places up

GOODWOOD 16:20 Alkumait 13/8 win 1st 8D

GOODWOOD 16:55 Tulip Fields 7/2 win up

plus 1p e/w goliath
a small profit today

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Tue Jul 28, 2020 5:49 pm

PlaceWinner wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 5:34 am
Morning All

7.00 Windsor-Roman Melody

Each Way @ 5-1 [Bet 365] BOG

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Unplaced..appeared not to stay
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Tue Jul 28, 2020 5:51 pm

Each Way patent on these three outsiders at Thirsk tomorrow night, think they are better than last form figure suggests

6.00-Wahoo @ 20-1 [4 places]
6.30-Mikmak @ 20-1
8.00-Muritz @ 20-1 [4 places]
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by freebooter » Tue Jul 28, 2020 6:24 pm

WD Alan & Hoof

Battered 4.20 Good 25/1

Friendless early doors so may even go bigger, interesting that the jockey De Sousa was down to ride one of Hannon's horses on Sunday in this but the fact he's on Battered is a big positive, won on him at the track over C & D last year in a class 2 & also second in that grade here as well, with a 3lb drop from its last run taking it to just 1lb higher than that last win, ran ok after a break on first run last year so fingers crossed on the fitness front & as always will need the breaks, so if fit I fancy it to run really well in this class 3 race.

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by The Fenman » Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:35 pm

Thanks gents :thumbs
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Wed Jul 29, 2020 5:32 am

Morning All

Best of the Irish?

6.45 Galway-Easy Game

Each Way @ 10-1 [Paddy Power] 6 Places

Class horse making handicap debut
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Hoofhearted » Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:27 am

Again I must stress this is atipster monitoring not my own bets

Another winner yesterday

5 selections today

THE Qatar Sussex Stakes has the makings of a thriller and MOHAATHER (3.15) can further enhance the excellent Goodwood record of trainer Marcus Tregoning.

The colt suffered an interrupted passage in the Queen Anne Stakes when adrift of re-opposing Circus Maximus but showed his true colours in the Summer Mile at Ascot 18 days ago. Punters piled in and they never had a moment’s concern as Mohaather powered clear of San Donato.

He will need to be at the top of his game once again to fend off respective Irish and English 2000 Guineas winners Siskin and Kameko. Siskin is now unbeaten in five starts and managed to extricate himself from a pocket in a rough renewal of the colts’ Classic at the Curragh.

Kameko could never lay a glove on Serpentine in the Investec Derby but this drop in trip should suit. He mastered Wichita and Pinatubo in the manner of a very good horse at Newmarket and this will tell us more.

OLEG (1.45), a winner over hurdles and fences for Paul Nicholls, has been a revelation since undergoing a wind op and switching to the Flat, winning both starts. The latest came at Pontefract in early June when he had Seinesational, runner-up in this 2m 4f stamina test last year, five lengths adrift in third. Hollie Doyle takes the reins and Oleg is narrowly preferred to Ascot Stakes winner Coeur De Lion, Summer Moon and last year’s third True Destiny.

A whole host of improving three-year-olds go to post for the 1m 4f handicap and SARVAN (2.15) looked to have plenty of scope when striding clear of favourite Crystal Pegasus at Pontefract.

Mambo Nights also falls into that category on the back of his latest six lengths romp at Ripon. Richard Hannon’s colt is 7lb higher and will find life tougher against the likes of John Gosden’s Encipher, unplaced behind Thunderous in the Dante Stakes at York.

In the Molecomb Stakes, a Group 3 for juveniles over five furlongs, Significantly and Sardinia Sunset are vying for favouritism. Karl Burke’s Significantly, thrice runner-up, travelled strongly before being caught at Sandown, while Sardinia Sunset got the job done at York, beating Furlong Factor. The pair could be vulnerable to one of two Irish raiders, STEEL BULL (2.45).

Michael O’Callaghan gave him his debut only seven days ago at Naas and Steel Bull was well-backed before quickening clear from the odds-on favourite in the style of a smart colt. Aidan O’Brien’s Chief Little Hawk is the most experienced youngster in the line-up and wasn’t given a hard time (third) when trying to concede 5lb to a couple of speedy types at Cork.

SOCIETY LION (4.20) is trading at fairly cramped odds for a 20-runner 7f handicap but can be backed each-way, five places with Paddy Power. Sir Michael Stoute's colt is drawn quite wide but the form of his Doncaster run when splitting Tiger Crusade and Jumaira Bay marked him down as an improving three-year-old.

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Secretariat » Wed Jul 29, 2020 7:58 am

From Daniel Harrold

Not exactly a flying start yesterday but one that hopefully hinted at better things to come this week. Here is my day two preview of Glorious Goodwood. Have a great day all, good luck!!

Glorious Goodwood 2020 Day Two Preview
1:10 - 1m2f (1m1f197y) British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Handicap (Class 2) (3yo+ 0-105)
Seemed a good day for the favourites yesterday on day one and I think there’s a fair chance that day two can kick off with one winning as well with WALIYAK (6/4) taking the step up in trip to 1m2f. She had some decent enough form in her three 2-year-old runs, with her final start culminating in a convincing win over some pretty good fillies. The second is now rated 82, the third 81 and the fourth is rated 79 so the form isn’t too bad at all given how well she beat them. She reappeared this season with an excellent second on her handicap debut in the Sandringham at Royal Ascot behind a subsequent listed winner, where she stayed on well to grab second almost at the line. She went up 3lbs for that but this step up in trip looks certain to bring about improvement, as could the switch back onto better ground, and she looks the one to beat here off what could be a very lenient mark indeed. I’d be fairly sweet on her chances. Ghaziyah (5/1) is a big danger for her in-form yard and although she does lack a recent run and gives away the weight as a four year old, the form of her final start last season has worked out well so her mark of 90 could easily underestimate her too. Lake Lucerne (13/2) wasn’t beaten all that far in a group three on her return but she’ll likely need more to be winning this off 95, as will Nkosikazi (8/1) after her win last time out in group three company given she now has to compete off a mark of 102 and she made all in that latest race at a slow tempo. Be More (5/1) is also respected having gotten back in the winners’ enclosure last time out, travelling nicely throughout the race and always looking like the winner. However, Dean Street Doll (11/1) has a 6lbs pull with that rival for just over 2 ½ lengths, so there is optimism the David Menuisier trained horse could get a lot closer this time around. The yard are in scintillating form and they have Ryan Moore booked again to ride, she is not to be underestimated.
Winner: WALIYAK (6/4)
Each-Way Thief: DEAN STREET DOLL (11/1)
1:45 - 2m4½f (2m4f134y) Unibet You're On Goodwood Handicap (Class 2) (3yo+ 0-105)
A real marathon test in prospect and no doubt Mark Johnston has a couple of these tuned up to the max in time for this. Summer Moon (7/1) ran a great race on return at Ascot when third before disappointing last time out when upped to group three level. Surely, more was expected there but it wouldn’t surprise at all to see him bounce back at this meeting. Rochester House (8/1) was not far behind Summer Moon in that Ascot race and he now gets an extra 2lb pull for his efforts, he also has to bounce back from what was only a satisfactory run, but he looks to be a nice mark and I’d prefer him of the Johnston contingent with Silvestre back aboard. Coeur De Lion (15/2) is just a real consistent stayer in these types of races and he deservedly got back to winning ways last time out under regular pilot Thor Hammer-Hansen. He can only claim the 3lbs now instead of the 5lbs he could claim on their latest start, but given this horses ability and desire to win, he can’t be ruled out of another good showing. Oleg (15/2) has won his last two for Paul Nicholls now back on the flat and he cannot be ruled out in such good form, especially given that the trip is surely only an aid to his chances. I’m going back to last year’s renewal and taking two from that race against the field here, the first being TRUE DESTINY (4/1) for the in-form Roger Charlton stable. He was a good staying on third in this race last year and finds himself only 3lbs higher this time around, but could possibly be a better horse. He clearly stays very well indeed and I’m not surprised to see him as the early favourite given he looks a very solid candidate to do well. The other runner at a bigger price is Seinesational (14/1) who was last years runner-up and finds himself on exactly the same mark for this years edition. He is another horse that stays very well and has never been out of the first 4 places in five runs at the track. He deserves to get his head in front in a race like this and with Luke Morris up, carrying the featherweight of 8st1lb, and with no rapid improver from the Prescott yard to worry about this time round, he looks to have every chance of going close again.
Winner: TRUE DESTINY (4/1)
Each-Way Thief: SEINESATIONAL (14/1) EACH-WAY BEST BET
2:15 - 1m4f (1m3f218y) Unibet 3 Boosts A Day Handicap (Class 2) (3yo 0-105)
A race I had to look at a fair few times and not one I’m overly confident on given the amount of possible players there are. Win O’Clock (5/1) has assumed favouritism after some early support and he was on top last time out in what was only a three-runner race. He could very well have more improvement in him off this mark, and he’s clearly in good form, but it has to be slightly unnerving that connections blamed his poor run two starts ago on a lack of staying the 1m4f trip. He seemed to need every yard of the 1m2f last time out but there’s every chance the pace was false there with only the three runners and I’ll take him on. I tipped up CARLOS FELIX (5/1) when he won in very easy fashion last time out when stepped up to this trip from the mile and I’m going to row in with him again. The style and ease with which he won that race suggested that a 10lb rise has every chance of not being enough to stop him at least going close again if in the same form. The race likely suited him that day and there were only the four runners, but he had always struck to me as a potential useful middle-distance horse and I’m hoping he can back that latest performance up here. Glenties (6/1) really flew home last time out to win going away after looking beaten all ends up 4 furlongs out. That was a decent performance off top-weight there and although it was only a 0-82 contest, he’s one that could have plenty more to offer running off 4lbs higher, especially given his yard have won four of the last eight runnings of this contest. A star Above (15/2) wo is 2-2 this season and Cozone (8/1) are also potential players, however, the interesting one for me each-way is Encipher (8/1) for the John Gosden stable. He looked to be in need of this trip when going very close in a decent novice on his return before looking out of his depth stepped up to the group two Dante Stakes. It is very interesting that his top trainer decided he was good enough to run in that hot race and although his handicap mark of 98 asks for improvement, he could well do just that now tackling this trip. He’s well-bred and has the assistance of the top jockey Frankie Dettori, he can’t be ruled out.
Winner: CARLOS FELIX (5/1)
Each-Way Thief: ENCIPHER (8/1)
2:45 - 5f Markel Insurance Molecomb Stakes (Group 3) (Class 1) (2yo)
A useful looking renewal on paper this and one in which the Irish raider Steel Bull (7/2) heads the market. He won in the style of a pretty useful colt on his debut only a week ago at Naas and it is very interesting that his trainer sends him over for this in such a short space of time. He is clearly an exciting prospect and one that needs affording a major amount of respect, but he’ll need to be very useful in my opinion if he’s to beat the Karl Burke trained SIGNIFICANTLY (4/1). He has finished second in all three of his starts so far in his career, but he has progressed with each of those runs and was only chinned late on in a Sandown listed race last time out by Gussy Mac (runs in group 2 here tomorrow). That was a useful effort for only his third start, and given the way in which he travelled, the sharp five furlongs around here looks almost certain to suit better. He is a very strong traveller and he moves like a very good horse indeed. I rate him as the one to beat if he can progress again from that latest effort. Sardinia Sunset (9/2) won a listed contest last time out at York and she looks another horse with plenty of potential for the future. She did seem to need every yard of that stiff five though and the ground here will be much quicker, so I’ll take her on even with the weight allowance. A few of the others look to have form to find with the top three in the market but Night On Earth (8/1) could go well under Oisin Murphy if given an easy time of it up-front on the lead.
Winner: SIGNIFICANTLY (4/1) NAP
Each-Way Thief: NIGHT ON EARTH (8/1)
3:15 - 1m Qatar Sussex Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) (Class 1) (3yo+)
A cracking race this and it’ll be very interesting to see how the unbeaten Siskin gets on now tackling older rivals for the first time. He receives plenty of weight from those elders, and he did win in nice style at the Curragh in the Irish 2,000 guineas so he’s surely a real player once again, even if this is his hardest task to date. Kameko (9/2) obviously won the British equivalent 2,000 guineas, beating the re-opposing Wichita (15/2) by a neck. He was value for the winning distance that day though and you’d expect him to confirm that form with the O’Brien raider, even if he may get caught for pace now dropping back four furlongs in trip. They may all have to go some though to beat MOHAATHER (11/4) who looked a group one winner in waiting when scooting clear of his rivals in the Summer Mile at Ascot. He’s clearly suited to that track, and needs to prove himself on this idiosyncratic surface, but you could almost argue he should already be a top level winner this season, and he barely broke sweat the last day to put some useful rivals to the sword. The topspeed figure that day was high and it was ran in a useful time so there’s every chance he’ll be hard to beat if he’s in the same form near three weeks on. Marcus Tregoning had a winner here yesterday for the same connections and has his string in good form, so all is set for another big run. Although he does look vulnerable for the win purpose, it’d be no real surprise to see Wichita finish close up again with Dettori back in the saddle, but with only the seven runners there is no real each-way angle.
Winner: MOHAATHER (11/4)
3:45 - 5f British Stallion Studs Alice Keppel EBF Fillies' Conditions Stakes (Plus 10/GBB Race) (Class 2) (2yo)
Not the most exciting of races but one in which Spright (2/1) could just have too many gears for them. She drops to five furlongs for the first time here but she has shown plenty of dash in her two starts so far, including when bounding clear from her rivals in a class 5 novice last time out. She clearly is a pretty useful type and if Clifford Lee can just keep a lid on her until the two furlong pole or so then she’d likely be tough to beat. However, she isn’t exactly bred for this trip and this easy five furlongs could just catch her off guard, especially given she is unlikely to get an uncontested lead with Pelekai (5/1) in the field. I thought FURLONG FACTOR (11/2) was a pretty sporting bet in here given the run she produced behind Sardinia Sunset two starts ago probably sets the standard here. She looks like she could appreciate some give underfoot with her action so that could be against her, but she clearly stays this trip pretty well and she could just have the race set up for her with a fast early pace likely to be set. If Ben Curtis can keep her quiet at the rear of the bunch then she could just come with a strong run to cause a small upset late in the day. Country Carnival (4/1) has her chance but Miss Jingles (7/2) would likely need more to win on a line through Zoetic.
Winner: FURLONG FACTOR (11/2)
4:20 - 7f Theo Fennell Handicap (Class 3) (3yo+ 0-95)
A big field to round off the second day of Glorious Goodwood but one in which I think SOCIETY LION (4/1) surely has to have a big shout in. He’s drawn out in the car park which doesn’t help, but if Ryan Moore can get him out and tucked in the pack pretty early on then he’d have a great shout in here. He really was unlucky not to win the last day, having to come round the houses to get a run and then quickening in the style of a useful one, only to get ran out of it by what was likely another well-handicapped rival. This easier seven furlongs will be a god send for this horse and although he has gone up 5lbs for that latest effort, I certainly don’t think that a mark of 91 is his ceiling yet. Providing he gets a fair run at it, I’d be disappointed if he couldn’t go close to making amends. Arigato (7/1) is a consistent type in good form and he’ll surely go well again drawn in stall 1 whilst Oisin Murphy is an impressive 3-4 when booked for the Fahey yard and although his mount isn’t sure to appreciate the drop to this easy seven, he isn’t without hope at a course he went well at last season. It was disappointing that Mister Snowdon (10/1) didn’t seem to find that much off the bridle last time out after travelling up so well and the subsequent 3lb rise doesn’t help his chance. Mottrib (10/1) is an interesting one for the Varian yard and needs monitoring in the market, but perhaps Zhui Feng (16/1) can bounce back to form now running over 7 furlongs for the first time since he was a very solid third of sixteen in a handicap here last season. That was off an 8lbs higher mark than he runs off here today, so with Crowley in the saddle he’s dangerous to discount.
Winner: SOCIETY LION (4/1) NEXT BEST
Each-Way Thief: ZHUI FENG (16/1)
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Secretariat » Wed Jul 29, 2020 8:22 am

From podcast
All prices 365

110 WALIYAK 11/8

145 ROCHESTER HOUSE 8/1

215 DAMAGE CONTROL 22/1

245 NIGHT ON EARTH 7/1 (NAP)
Was 14s when a very strong selection was given by their resident bookie... He's on at 14s win only


Good luck all :cheers
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by alancraik » Wed Jul 29, 2020 9:25 am

todays system selections



GOODWOOD 13:10 Nkosikazi 8/1 e/w 3 Places

GOODWOOD 13:45 The Grand Visir 11/1 e/w 5 Places

GOODWOOD 15:15 Siskin 2/1 win

plus e/w trixie

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by alancraik » Wed Jul 29, 2020 2:25 pm

alancraik wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 9:25 am
todays system selections



GOODWOOD 13:10 Nkosikazi 8/1 e/w 3 Places up

GOODWOOD 13:45 The Grand Visir 11/1 e/w 5 Places 4th

GOODWOOD 15:15 Siskin 2/1 win 3rd

plus e/w trixie
poor day

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by freebooter » Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:00 pm

oops messed up posting below :>

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by freebooter » Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:02 pm

freebooter wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:00 pm
freebooter wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 6:24 pm
WD Alan & Hoof

Battered 4.20 Good 25/1

Friendless early doors so may even go bigger, interesting that the jockey De Sousa was down to ride one of Hannon's horses on Sunday in this but the fact he's on Battered is a big positive, won on him at the track over C & D last year in a class 2 & also second in that grade here as well, with a 3lb drop from its last run taking it to just 1lb higher than that last win, ran ok after a break on first run last year so fingers crossed on the fitness front & as always will need the breaks, so if fit I fancy it to run really well in this class 3 race.

Skybet moved the goalposts, paying first six, took three out then paid first five, you can guess the rest {:(



One for Tomorrow

Mr Potter - 8.30 Muss 20/1


Forget first run mile too far, ran well here last May & now trying a classified race, suits some not others but does look ew material.

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:07 pm

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Morning All

Best of the Irish?

6.45 Galway-Easy Game

Each Way @ 10-1 [Paddy Power] 6 Places

Class horse making handicap debut
Never put into the race ;:
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by Stevoboro » Wed Jul 29, 2020 7:17 pm

4.20 Good Teodolina 15/8 Very strongly fancied

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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Wed Jul 29, 2020 7:38 pm

PlaceWinner wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 5:51 pm
Each Way patent on these three outsiders at Thirsk tomorrow night, think they are better than last form figure suggests

6.00-Wahoo @ 20-1 [4 places]
6.30-Mikmak @ 20-1
8.00-Muritz @ 20-1 [4 places]
All ran like their odds suggested
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Re: Daily Racing Thread 27th July- 02nd Aug

Post by PlaceWinner » Wed Jul 29, 2020 7:42 pm

Thursday

Two early birds for the late meeting at Musselburgh

5.30-Obee Joe @ 9-1..last run suggested a drop in tip is needed
9.00-Sioux Frontier @ 9-1..won on only run here

Both each way plus the ew double
"This will not be beaten"

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