Wednesday, 22 June 2016

4:10 Newmarket Winning Racing Tip (23rd June) HOME OF RACING HANDICAP (CLASS 2) (3yo+ 0-100)

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(FREEBIE) Of the nine runners in this race three of them have been known to lead, Waseem Faris my fifth top, Plagiarism fourth top and Green Door my second top although this one hasn't really hit form so far this year but this smaller field could help its cause, Basil berry is my third top rated and usually likes to track the pace setters but top spot goes to LUCKY BEGGAR 9/2 but hasn't been at its best lately and I suggest only small stakes but it has been known to bounce back to form without any indication before so may do so again here.

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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

2:40 Salisbury Winning Racing Tips (22nd June) INSPIRE FOUNDATION VETERANS´ HANDICAP (CLASS 4) (6yo+ 0-80)

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2:40 Salisbury - (FREEBIE) Only six runners and four of them are known as front running types so it ought to be a fast run race, I've got to go with two lines of thinking to try and find the winner, if the race is to be won by a front runner the best time was recorded by SWENDAB 100/30 who is my top rated by a pound and then has a five pound claiming jockey riding to move it further ahead but if they go too fast in front and play into the hands of a staying on sort then I would be looking at Perfect Pastime, I think the way to go is back Swendab and then maybe have a smaller covering bet on Perfect Pastime just in case it goes wrong up front but it will only be enough to cover the bet on the selection with a very very small profit.

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First Lady of sprinting destined for greatness

Every once in a while a horse comes along and produces a performance that manages to take the breath away from those watching.
At Royal Ascot, one such horse emerged in the form of American two-year-old filly Lady Aurelia.
Trained by Wesley Ward, a confirmed maestro when it comes to juvenile speedsters, she came into Royal Ascot with a burgeoning reputation having won her Keeneland debut with aplomb earlier this year.
In Ward's words, the Scat Daddy filly had shown herself to be 'a flying machine' in her homework but even that bullish assessment from the trainer did little to prepare an unsuspecting public for what was to come in the Queen Mary Stakes.
Lady Aurelia was typically quick in breaking from the starting stalls and led the field through the opening three furlongs under Frankie Dettori.
As they moved towards the furlong marker, her rivals might have been anticipating a slacking of the pace on soft ground from the leader but instead, they were subjected to a devastating increase of tempo as Lady Aurelia careered away from the main body of the pack.
Opening up a cavernous gap, she had the race won with a furlong still to run, giving those looking for the chance to truly appreciate what could be a racing moment for the ages.
As the majesty of what Lady Aurelia had just achieved began to set in, there was a breathless excitement around Ascot.
Some commentators were even moved to usher comparisons with the great Frankel.
With this one in her locker, Lady Aurelia is set to dominate the horse racing betting for the key sprints later this season, the Prix Morny at Deauville and the Breeder's Cup among her possible destinations.
Lady Aurelia could be a filly to dominate what is regularly a wide open division. With big fields and little ground to cover, luck in running is often a prerequisite in elite sprints.
Given that she showed her ability to burst from the gate and front run at Ascot, while also possessing the gears to raise the tempo off her own pace, fortune isn't necessarily a commodity this potential superstar is going to be reliant on.
Not alone was she seven-lengths clear of runner-up Al Johrah at the post, but that rival managed to put another two-and-a-half-lengths between herself and the remaining 15 runners at Ascot.
Such margins could prove exceptionally difficult to bridge amid the helter-skelter of a five-furlong sprint.
In time, the next challenge now for Lady Aurelia will be to go out and prove she can master the boys and her elders. Where and when she lines up next will be up to the master planner Ward.
What is for sure, after her Royal Ascot demolition job, Lady Aurelia has marked herself down as a potential trailblazing superstar.

Racing fans will be hoping that a new standard-bearer has been uncovered. Given the absolute authority of her Ascot success, watching her progress promises to be one of the key narratives in the months ahead.

Friday, 17 June 2016

5:20 Newmarket Winning Racing Tips (18th June) MOBILE BETTING AT 188BET HANDICAP (CLASS 4) (3yo+ 0-85)

(FREEBIE) There's fourteen runners with just two that are known as front runners, Syrian Pearl is one of them and could be a bit of a danger, which wouldn't take much in this race as its not got much strength in depth, Cool Bahamian may find the distance a bit short but has been known to stay on at the finish at this trip and is my third top rated, TAGULA NIGHT 25/1 is my top rated on a figure from last year at Doncaster and a reproduction of that time would see it winning this race easily but its best from this year would only put it into second top spot, my top rated on this year's figures is DIAMOND LADY 16/1 who did its best time at Newmarket and is the other possible front runner so if getting a lead could be hard to catch, I will have to go with backing both to try and ensure a profit if either of them does their best as long as the going is good or better.

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Thursday, 16 June 2016

8:45 Ayr Winning Racing Tips (17th June) TENNENT´S HANDICAP (CLASS 3) (3yo+ 0-95)

1—Gamesome likes to track leaders, second top rated, may need further.
2—Cornwallville may find this too short and also prefer a slower going.
3—Above The Rest may want slower ground and also a longer distance.
4—Fast Act poor recent form either be held up or track leaders.

5—Hawkeyethenoo a veteran who has been quite slow recently.
6—Intisaab can be held up or track leaders and its best was time recorded at this course and distance.
7—Star Citizen another may need slower going and longer trip.
8—Duke Cosimo won last time out raised five pounds only third top-rated now.
SUMMARY:- negatives against five of the runners and no known front-runners, Duke Cosimo third top ought to have place claims, I've only got one pound between my top two Gamesome who has run two poor races so far this year and even its best from last year might not be quite enough and INTISAAB 2/1 who did its best figure this year at this course and distance and has been either first or second in its last three runs which shows its well-being.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

5:10 Ripon Winning Racing Tips (16th June) NORTH ORMESBY WMC TONY BENNETT MEMORIAL HANDICAP (CLASS 5) (3yo+ 0-75)

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(FREEBIE) I've got both Approvado and Jacobs Pillow as potential dangers in this race as they are a bit unknown and both can set the pace, the other likely to want to get to the front early is Sir Geoffrey who might want a slower surface, in the end, I've got two joint top rated horses in FLASH CITY 3/1 and HENLEY 9/2 both like to track the leaders so I will be backing both to show a profit whichever one gets the win.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

3:20 Hamilton Winning Racing Tips (15th June) SAM COLLINGWOOD-CAMERON HANDICAP (CLASS 5) (3yo+ 0-75)

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3:20 Hamilton - Eight runners with half of them being three-year-olds there's not much form with some of them, the only known front runner is Doeadeer who is also my fourth top rated and a three-year-old so it could improve if given an uncontested lead, Inexes won over this course and distance last time out and is my third top rated, Chaplin Bay sits in second place and along with my third top rated likes to track the leaders which will hopefully make sure the leader sets a true gallop from the start, my top rated is FURIANT 10/1 from a time recorded at Goodwood last year and at a glance of its figures this year it's been quite dismally out of form but it hasn't had ideal conditions in any of this year's races and if the going is good to firm or even faster the selection must have every chance of getting back to winning ways and is a big enough price to back it each way.

7:10 Chelmsford - Class two affair with sis of the nine runners being known to have led before so it could be run at a very fast early pace and hopefully for my selections it will be too fast an early pace, Encore D'Or has had three all-weather runs and won them all but none of them at this course but it has to be a potentially hidden danger, King Crimson fifth top, Royal Birth Fourth top and Brother Tiger my third top are all potential leaders and it could set the race up for a fast finishing type and there's two of them in the race and they are my joint top rated, NORMAL EQUILIBRIUM 20/1 but this one has got stall nine so could let the pace makers battle for the lead and sit just behind them all waiting to pounce and the other joint top rated is DYNAMO WALT 25/1 who has been drawn in stall two so this one could sit just behind the leaders on the rails waiting to attack, I cant split the pair so will be looking to back both of them each way to make a profit from whichever one does the business.

8:10 Chelmsford - Eight runners is a poor turn out for a class three race, I've got two marked down as potential front runners and both as potentially hidden dangers, I've also got two more as hidden dangers who haven't run here before and the only horse I've got marked down as a negative is Burn The Boats who has shown very little in the way of form and looks to want a longer trip, Gentlemen who is a hold up type is my second top rated whilst MAGNUS MAXIMUS 6/1 is my top rated but this one looks as though it would be just as good if not better over a longer trip but if there's a fast early pace it ought to play into this one's stamina and it could stay on the strongest at the finish but with a few unexposed horses in opposition it may be best to keep stakes down to a low level.

Monday, 13 June 2016

5:10 Thirsk Winning Racing Tips (14th June) ROYAL ASCOT EXTRA PLACES AT 188BET HANDICAP (Div II) (CLASS 4) (3yo+ 0-85)

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(FREEBIE) This division isn't much better and for class four races are quite poor, of the ten runners this time I've got two marked down as possible leaders, Eastern Race and The Commendature and the latter could be a bit of a hidden danger and only being three it could improve, the only horse I can put up as the selection is MANATEE BAY 11/2 who has been running quite consistently lately making the frame on its last three runs the price is maybe a little better than I expected but the horse is a bit one paced but that may be all it will need to win this dire affair.

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Sunday, 12 June 2016

7:20 Windsor Winning Racing Tips (13th June) BET IN PLAY WITH LADBROKES HANDICAP (CLASS 4) (4yo+ 0-85)

(FREEBIE) Back to thirteen runners and three that have been known to lead before, Under Seige, is a possible leader and also a possible hidden danger and drawn in stall ten which is the best of the possible leaders, Upstaging in my co-third top rated so should ensure there's a fast early pace, the other third top rated horses are Fever Few and Links Drive Lady, second spot goes to Joe Packet who likes to track the leaders and it might not be as bad as first thought when the top rated is BOY IN THE BAR 12/1 who has been known to lead and drawn in stall three but because it may be on the wrong side of the course any stakes have to be kept on the low side but a small each way bet could pay dividends. 

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Saturday, 11 June 2016

2:45 Salisbury Winning Racing Tips (12th June) MANOR FARM BUTCHERS HANDICAP (CLASS 4) (3yo+ 0-85)

(FREEBIE) A nice looking eight runner affair over the minimum trip and class four, there's a couple of runners that have been known to lead before, King Crimson is one of them but not in my top four, Taajub is my fourth top rated but hasn't run on grass this year so not sure what form it's going to be in, Newtons Law is third top from a time at Haydock, second top rated is the other known front runner and if Magical Daze gets an uncontested or easy lead it could be hard to catch as the only one starts off above him is Desert Command but there's only one pound between them which is virtually nothing in sprint racing terms and both of my top two recorded their best times over this course and distance but the latter is being ridden by a three pound claiming apprentice who is no winners from thirteen for the stable which doesn't bode well for its chances and I would add the three pounds to the horses weight instead of subtracting it if the apprentice booking looked a positive which the moves MAGICAL DAZE 14/1 to the top spot so I'm going with it to lead from start to finish and at the price has to be given as an each way bet.

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