Thursday, 27 October 2016

6:45 Newcastle Winning Racing Tips (28th Oct) ARRANGE A PINNACLE STABLE VISIT AT WYNYARD HANDICAP (CLASS 5) (3yo+ 0-75)

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It's still a struggle to get a clear picture of how form from, here, Wolverhampton which has the same surface and turf form times all fit together and to come to the point where there's just one horse in the picture is nearly impossible as of yet but I do have some idea of what could and what most likely wont be involved. Eternity's Gate 6/1 who usually races prominently has done the best time of any of these over this course and distance and has done a half decent time at Wolverhampton which would make it 4th on that list, Innocently 11/1 is the top rated using times from Wolverhampton and has been running quite consistently and making the frame quite often so could be involved again here and has been known to lead before but stall 8 isn't ideal so if a big enough price it could make a decent each way wager and still have some chance of winning the race, then using times from the grass I've got joint top rated horses with Imperial Legend and Ayresome Angel 25/1 who also happens to be 1 of the 4 other horses that have been known to lead before and normally stall 3 would look quite good but Jack Luey stall 1 and Clubland stall 2 also like to try and lead, I think the latter might find things happening a bit quick for it as its best form is over further. I will go with backing ETERNITY'S GATE 6/1 but only small stakes and then have small each-way bets on both INNOCENTLY 11/1 and AYRESOME ANGEL 25/1 to hopefully show an overall profit on the race. 

8:15 Newcastle - Once again 14 runners in an apprentices race with 3 lines of data to work out and then come to a final conclusion, using Wolverhampton times Fujin, a known front-runner comes out best but it is a limited amount of information, moving on to times recorded over this course and distance MEANDMYSHADOW 8/1 comes out 2nd best, but only just behind the top rated, and another that's been known to lead and it could get somewhere near the front the way the race is made up and the jockey has ridden 3 winners from 11 rides for the stable so it looks a positive booking but the top spot goes to the bottom weight Windforpower who can race up with the pace or be held up but may be outclassed in this class 5 affair and the trainer has had 20 runners the this course without a winner and it may not change here, finally looking at turf times I've got Fryecracker who usually tracks the leaders as my 2nd top rated, it's hard to know how it will do on this surface as its only ever run on any all-weather course once before at Kempton but ran poorly, top spot from turf times goes to CAESER THE GAESER 11/2 who is usually held up and it will have plenty of targets to aim at here and this straight course will probably suit its running style and to help its cause they have employed a 7lb claiming apprentice to enhance their chances and she has ridden 5 winners and this horse has been in decent form recently and his could be another winning chance. I have to back both horses in the search for the winner and if either of them does its best then hopefully it will result in a nice profit.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

7:40 Chelmsford Winning Racing Tips (27th Oct) BET TOTETRIFECTA AT BETFRED.COM HANDICAP (CLASS 4) (3yo+ 0-85)

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With a field of 12 over the minimum trip this looks a tricky little race, I've found 5 that have been known to lead before and 4 of the 6 I'm interested in are among those 5, if I take the times from the turf I've got joint 3rd top ratings in Oriental Relation from stall 3 who is a possible pacesetter and King Crimson another possible leader in stall 5, then I've got joint top rated as well with Silvanus stall 11 who usually races prominently and OUTRAGE 14/1 from stall 4 another possible leader. If I go with times from this course and distance I have Come On Dave as 3rd top rated and another possible front runner in stall 9, in 2nd spot its Kings Crimson but top is DYNAMO WALT 5/1 who can be held up or track the early pace and stall 2 could suit it well in getting on the rails about a length behind the leader/s and then stay on strongly at the finish and look at the trainer and jockeys statistics this one looks the safer option but I will back them both and at the price Outrage has to be done each way. 

Outrage 14/1 4th
Dynamo Walt 5/1 5th

8:10 Chelmsford - This time there's 14 runners and 6 of them have led before and my top rated using the 2 different methods are both possible leaders, using ratings from the turf I've got CHETAN 7/1 at the top of the heap but stall 10 isn't ideal, I've got Gung Ho Jack a few pounds behind in 2nd spot on turf form. Using times recorded at this course and distance I've got the bottom weight PENNY DREADFUL 20/1 as my top rated and stall 3 is a good draw, there is another possible front runner in the shape of Dutch Golden Age in stall 2 but this one is really a 5 furlong horse so won't want a really fast early pace so may not try to lead here and the selection could easily gain control of the rails ,in 2nd spot using course and distance times is Chetan so this one ought to be thereabouts and I will have to go with backing both of them and Penny Dreadful has to be backed each way at the price.

Penny dreadful 20/1 2nd
Chetan 7/1 7th

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

4:00 Chelmsford Winning Racing Tips (26th Oct) COLLECT ANY TOTEPOOL WINNINGS AT BETFRED SHOPS HANDICAP (CLASS 3) (3yo+ 0-95)

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A nice looking class 3 race with 14 runners and 3 that have been known to lead before, Handsome Dude may not be able to lead here as it prefers softer going but is well drawn in stall 1, the next possible pacesetter is Highland Sprung but it has no course form but has got a decent time from its turf form so could be a danger but stall 14 is certainly not ideal, Hakam is my 3rd top rated and ought to be staying on at the finish and might need even further to show its true best, Golden Amber is my 2nd top rated and can be held up or track the leaders and stall 2 is an asset but top spot goes to DOCTOR SARDONICUS 7/1 who is very versatile with its running style including leading and from stall 3 it could get control of the rails and then prove very hard to catch.

Doctor Sandonicus 7/1 2nd

A field of 17 but only 4 known as front runners and the best of those could be John Joiner who is my joint 3rd top rated along with Bonjour Steve and both are being ridden by 5lb claiming apprentices which would move them to joint 2nd place, my original 2nd best was Flying Bear who usually races prominently and stall 15 is ideal whilst my top rated Nocturn who needs it to be good to firm to show its best is drawn in stall 2 which could be a negative, the going is given as good and good to soft in places so there won't be a bet if that's true, so it's a race best left alone.
Division 1 is a dire race with no known front runners a couple of possibly hidden dangers in Guanabara Bay and Rock Warbler and the former has got the best time from running on the grass, Only Ten Per Cent is the only one with a recorded time of this course and distance so maybe it's going to be best to leave the race alone.

Division 2 of this race with 9 runners and only the topweight Summersault is known to have led before so could be a danger as it has not run over this course and distance and has the fastest time on turf of the field, Mossys Lodge is my 3rd top rated but quite a few spots behind the top rated, 2nd top is Frangarry but it usually struggles with the 6th furlong if it's a fast run race so may have a place chance but top is MIGHTY ZIP 9/1 who usually likes to race prominently so should be able to cover things if the pace setter tries to pinch the race from the front but the apprentice jockey employed here has had 16 rides before for the stable but without managing a win so far so my stakes will be kept on the low side.

Mighty Zip 12/1 3rd

Sunday, 23 October 2016

5:00 Redcar Winning Racing Tips (24th Oct) RACING UK DAY PASS JUST £10 APPRENTICE HANDICAP (Div I) (CLASS 6) (3yo+ 0-65)

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The 1st division of an apprentice jockey's race. I think I've found something to get my teeth into. Of thirteen runners there's just three that have been known to lead before and only four horses that have achieved a time fast enough to register on my figures.
Piazon is my 4th top rated but may find this trip a bit too far if there is a fast early pace. Be Bold is 3rd top. This hold-up type may prefer a slower surface to show its best. Teetotal is 2nd best and its best time was recorded over this course and distance which is always a bonus. Top spot goes to the 3-year-old SPIRIT OF ZEBEDEE priced at 8/1. This gelding may not want the going too firm. However, I doubt it will be such fast conditions which should suit. Stall 1 is the only negative I can see. An apprentice race means stakes will be kept on the small side.

5:30 Redcar
Division II. Two horses have led before. Just four horses have achieved a fast enough time to register on my graph but this time Goninodaethat is on both lists. But it is only second or third best depending on the jockeys' allowances. Wahaab starts off in joint third best but could drop to fourth. Whilst Captain Scooby starts off as the other joint third but could move to the second spot. Top rated is INDIAN PURSUIT 7/1 who may not want the going to be too fast. Being a 3-year-old, it could have some improvement to come. I hope it can get a good early position from which to attack and then stay on the stronger at the finish.
SUMMARY:Taking a look at both selections. Both are 3-year-olds so could have some improvement to come. Even more interesting is the fact that both come from John Quinn's stable and ridden by Josh Quinn who, I assume, is his son or at least a related. Both horses are owned by Malcolm Walker. It looks to me that the connections are expecting at least one of their horses to win if not both. Luckily the race has split into two divisions and kept them apart.My ratings are as always based on good or faster going. Spirit Of Zebedee has won on good and good to firm ground and finished second on soft ground so could do okay even though my rating are based on faster conditions. Indian Pursuit has won on soft ground and run ok on good ground. Although I would normally state no bet if soft ground features in the going description, I feel both will run well, winning at least one division if not both.
PS: Going update - It looks likely the going will be too soft to bases these horses on my ratings but I'm still convinced at least one of the divisions will go to John Quinn. At odds of 7/1 & 8/1 I will be backing both with a nice profit if one tastes success. If they both win it will
be a bumper day.

Spirit Of Zebedee 9/1 6th
Indian Pursuit 7/1 6th

Friday, 21 October 2016

2:40 Doncaster Winning Racing Tips (22nd Oct) SUNBETS.CO.UK TOP PRICE TEMPLEGATE TIPS HANDICAP (CLASS 2) (3yo+)

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A 22 runner class 2 race with 5 that are known as front runners and if the draw does favour those drawn high I'm not quite sure what's what, Mirza and Soie D'Leau are drawn high and 2 of the possible front runners but neither are in my top 7 ratings, Gamesome stall 11 is my 6th top, Orvar a 3-year-old in stall 12 is 5th best, Dutch Masterpiece in stall 19 is my 4th top rated, MEADWAY 40/1 is my third top rated and the booking of the 5lb claiming apprentice to help its cause looks a positive but I'm not sure how detrimental stall 1 will be if at all but it has to be on my shortlist, Desert Law is in stall 14 but my 2nd top rated and could make the frame, my top rated is UDONTDODOU 22/1 a 3year old that can be held up or track the leaders but once again stall 4 doesn't appear to be a good draw and the jockey Andrew Mullen who is a good jockey has had 20 rides for this stable before without riding a winner, is that just coincidence or do they do it on purpose? Im going with backing both of them to small each way stakes to make a profit if either does themselves justice.

Meadway 66/1 Unp
Udontdodou 22/1 7th
This 1st division of this race is dire and I've only got one horse with a recorded time and therefore the selection plus its 1 of 4 that have been known to lead and its got the best of the draw in stall 2 so ARCTIC LYNX 33/1 ought to gain control the rail and control of the race because I've got negatives against the other possible front runners but they might not be bale to lead if the selection does things properly and I do think the horse will be sent to the front from the off to try and lead all the way and it's got every chance of doing just that in this race but it is such a poor race stakes have to be kept small but at the price maybe worth an each-way wager.

Artic Lynx 33/1 7th
A poor looking race of 10 runners and half the field have led before so it could be a fast run race for its class and the 3-year-old Shine Likeadiamond is the best drawn in stall 3 but this horse is a maiden after 20 races, Red Flute is my 2nd top rated and could be the one to prosper if they go too fast in front as this looks like it would be better over a longer trip so ought to be staying on at the finish but may need a degree of luck from stall 7 being surrounded by fast starters, top spot is ZIPEDEEDODAH 9/2 who is a possible front runner and stall 5 is looking okay in the make up of the race and if it does get to the front could be hard to catch.

Zipedeedodah 9/2 2nd

Horses Behaving Badly

What is it they say? Never work with animals or children! Horses in sport can be a difficult situation, from racing, to show jumping to Olympic Equestrian, when the sports odds are stacked high, there’s a lot that can go wrong! We put together 5 of the most unfortunate moments in Equine Sport! Hold on tight!

Commentator Loses His Voice!

In this 2010 video, an Australian commentator speaking at a chariot racing event has an embarrassing moment when his voice quite dramatically starts to give out. By the end of the video, his voice is nothing but a mere squeak!  

I’m Outta Here!

In this video from The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, a Guardsman has a brief scare as his horse decides it’s had enough and goes AWOL! Dropping the rider off quite abruptly before heading off into the sunset at breakneck speed! Thankfully both the Guardsman and the horse were unharmed, but the crowd certainly got a scare!

Not Interested!

In this clip from the changing of the guard at Whitehall, this horse has absolutely no interest in playing nicely! Spinning constantly left to right and bumping into the other (very well behaved) horses, he eventually comes to a halt parking himself in between two others horses!

Play Dead!

This clip shows a rather mischievous horse playing make believe so he doesn’t have to exercise! Miraculously though, he finds himself well enough to eat when the time is right! As soon as there’s no people around and his riding equipment has been taken off, he’s as right as rain!

Having None of It!

This clip shows a rather mischievous horse playing make believe so he doesn’t have to exercise! Miraculously though, he finds himself well enough to eat when the time is right! As soon as there’s no people around and his riding equipment has been taken off, he’s as right as rain!

In our final clip, this horse thinks its rider is holding it back and decides to finish the course all on its own, jumps and all! Thankfully, the rider was unharmed, but maybe it’s time to work on her communication skills?!

Thursday, 20 October 2016

3:45 Doncaster Winning Racing Tips (21st Oct) RACING POST/SIS BETTING SHOP MANAGER HANDICAP (CLASS 2) (3yo+ 0-105)

With 22 runners where do I start? Half the field I can find negatives against them which does help narrow it down and I'm only going to comment on those who are still on my radar, Clear Spring won't want it to be too fast -Toofi is a hold up type and might struggle to catch the front runner,- the same applies to Bunt Sugar – Iseemist is one of 3 that is known to lead but maybe not good enough to do so in this race – Red Pike could lead and is only 4th top rated and stall 6 might not be ideal – BLAINE is my 2nd top rated and a front-running type stall 7 may not be ideal but it could go to whichever side looks to be running the fastest – George Bowen is 5th top rated and stall 17 could help its cause – Ninjago is 3rd top on my figures and a hold up type and drawn high in 19 – Louis The Poius ought to be staying on at the finish but maybe not quickly enough to catch some of these but stall 20 isn't a hindrance – FENDALE is my top rated and despite being bottom of the handicap doesn't look to be outclassed and has stall 22.

SUMMARY: It is certainly a competitive race and 22 runners make it quite hard to analyse and even then a runner will need a degree of luck to get everything to go its way, I'm hoping that BLAINE 10/1 can get to the front from stall 7 and if doing so could be hard to catch and the danger could be FENDALE 12/1 and the pair of them finished 2nd and 3rd with half a length between them last time out at Haydock and race again off the same weight difference, Fendale raced prominently that day and from stall 22 I expect it will try the same tactics here whilst Blaine also racing prominently went past it nearing the finish but only to be beaten in a photo finish and I'm going with backing them both each way to show a profit whichever one does the business.

Fendale 12/1 7th
Blaine 16/1 Unp
5:50 Wolverhampton -

This class 6 stakes race is dire, in fact very dire, anyone of Ershaad, Rojina and Whispering Wolf are the most likely to set the pace and if any of them get an uncontested lead they could be dangerous, a quick glance at the car and the only one that looks to have very much form at all is KRAZY PAVING 3/1 and its the only one that's got a recorded time on my figures so I doubt there will be much value (its actually bigger than I thought) and the inconsistency will put me off backing with any real confidence so any stakes will be kept low.

Krazy Paving 3/1 2nd

Wednesday, 19 October 2016


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HUMOUR may really need further but being 1 of only 2 known front-runners in the race it could set its own pace and is my top rated—Playful Dude has no distance form and looks to need a longer trip and in my eyes a lay—Burauq is a hold up type of horse and comes out 2nd best on my figures so could stay on to make the frame—Wimboldsley looks a much better horse over the shorter distances and another I would look to lay—Cadland Lad is the other possible front runner and my joint 3rd best but its had 18 runs without winning on the all-weather before so may make the frame again here—Cytringan has got poor form and looks to want further and another lay—Touch The Clouds will need to be held up to make the trip but it's another lay in my eyes as the pace could be reasonably fast—Simply Black also may find this distance stretching its stamina but comes out 4th best but when taking off the apprentices allowance it moves to joint 3rd so could make the frame—Alberto definitely looks to need further to show its best and another lay for me—Lady Bacchus has only shown very poor form so far and another lay—Cecile Royal has only shown poor form and may need further so another lay...

SUMMARY: I'm hoping that the selection HUMOUR 8/1 can get to the front and dictate matters and with the right early pace could save something for the finish to repel all challengers.

Winnner!!!!!!!!! Humour 8/1 1st

9:15 Chelmsford - Decisive may really prefer further and is a versatile horse and the only one known to lead, it comes out joint 3rd top so could make the frame—Dream Ally is the other joint 3rd top rated horse but hasn't been as good this year but making the frame is possible here—Bemusement is making its handicap debut so have they been holding it back in its 1st 3 runs to get a low mark, I don't know but it could make it a hidden danger—KENSTONE is my 2nd top rated but has had 21 runs so far and still a maiden but it must have a chance here to break its duck unless it's one of those horses that will always struggle to win races—Captain Scooby has won once from 45 runs on the all weather and looks better over a shorter trip so a lay in my eyes—RYAN STYLE is my top rated from a time it did last year, this jockey has a poor record of 0 from 13 for the stable so his booking might be a negative—Nelson's Pride is 0 from 31 in all it's races, it's unclear what its best distance is so would be a lay to me—Single Summit is 0 from 13 so far but it could be a hidden danger so neither a bet or lay in my eyes—Bushwise is 0 from 8 on the all-weather including here and looks to prefer a slower surface so another possible lay—Fearless Poppy has only shown very poor form so far and this looks too short for it so a lay as far as I can see.
SUMMARY: Decisive may set the pace and do enough to hold on for at least a place but both my top 2 are being ridden by apprentices and the booking on RYAN STYLE 25/1 my top rated looks a negative and my 2nd top rated KENSTONE 3/1 is also apprentice ridden and add ones allowance and subtract the others and my top places change places but the latter is still a 21 run maiden, I will go with backing both of them to small stakes in the hope that one of them can do enough to show me a profit.

Ryan Style 25/1 2nd (nose)
Kenstone 3/1 5th

Monday, 17 October 2016

3:30 Newcastle Winning Racing Tips (18th Oct) PARKLANDS DRIVING RANGE HANDICAP (Div II) (CLASS 4) (3yo+ 0-80)

This 2nd division of this race has 11 runners, Davids Duchess is the only “known” front running type, from what's been seen so far and does come out 2nd top on figures taken from the turf form and if getting an easy lead could do even better, only Master Bond has a time from this course and distance but it is a slow one and would need quite a bit more if any of these take the course and surface, top rated on turf times is PEARL ACCLAIM 9/2 and this one was running in much better company not that long ago and this could be the chance it's been waiting for to get back to the winners enclosure and it showed its well being when finishing 2nd last time out in a fast time at Chelmsford and if taking to this surface must go close.

Pearl Acclaim 5/1 8th
Of the 15 runners in this race there's a few with very little form to work with and 3 of them, Saucy Spirit, Tailwind and Santorini could be definite dangers in the race then I've also got 4, Merdon Castle, Hope Cove, Appleberry and Borough Boy, that I think can be lays in the race if their prices permit but if the going was slow only the 1st mentioned would still remain as a lay. (I have got horses marked down as lays and potential lays so much depends on the going and if there's any non runners in the race and can only really be finalised a few minutes before the off time) There's 3 that have been known to lead before and one of them is my top rated MENAI 11/2 who's trainer has got a very good record at this course winning with 4 of his 13 runners and I'm hoping this one can get out and get to the front and control the race and if being allowed to dictate should have every chance of winning again, Vimy Ridge is well weighted at its best but does find this distance a touch too far which seems a good place to just concentrate on my top 3 ratings, 3rd spot is Kenny The captain who usually races to the fore but without actually leading and is in stall 14. my 2nd top rated is Harwoods Volante another who likes to race prominently and is in stall 2.

Menai 11/2 3rd
Division1 of this sprint with 11 runners and only Colourbearer and maybe Palmina known as front runners with the latter maybe only doing it if nothing else wants to set the pace but could be a danger if getting its own way in front but Colourbearer has had 23 races on turf without winning so I doubt that will change here although the race won't take much winning with only 2 going fast enough to record a figure, Harwoods Star and KEENE'S POINTE 5/1 who is 5lbs ahead but stakes will be kept low with such an inconsistent field of runners.

Keene's point 5/1 2nd
This 2nd division is dire I've got 3, Baileys Pursuit,State Of The Union and Humour marked down as potential pace makers but only CAPTAIN SCOOBY 6/1 has made my lowest rating and that is right on the lower limit, it maybe worth a bet depending on the price as I have got 3 or 4 that could be potentially hidden dangers.

Captain Scooby 9/1 Unp
Looks an interesting race for a class 5 affair but there's virtually no form on this surface to work with and the 1 piece of form there is the times very slow so I can only rate these on turf times and hope they like the course and surface, which means stakes will be kept low, I've got 5 that have been known to lead and one of them AYRESOME ANGEL 16/1 is my joint top rated and stall 4 could be good enough for it to gain control of the rails and then be very hard to catch but if they do go too fast in front the 1 most likely to prosper looks to be RURAL CELEBRATION 6/1 and I will go with backing both to show a profit whichever one does the business.

WINNER!!!!!!!! Rural Celebration 6/1 1st
Ayrsome Angel 16/1 Unp
If your still awake this late to watch this poor race but it could be worthwhile keeping your eyes open, of the 12 runners there's only 1 that's known as a front-running type and when it's also my top rated I'm always hopeful of a good run, there's very little between, Doctor Parkes, Straits Of Malacca and Kinglami who are my 5th, 4th and 3rd top rated horses and they can all be either held up or track the leaders the same style applies to For Ayman in 2nd spot, my top rated is RIGOLLETO 16/1 and I'm hoping the instructions to the apprentice, who has won 5 races, taking the ride are to get out fast from stall 9, which is the only negative I can see, try to get across to the rails and lead from start to finish and has to be given as an each way bet.

Rigolleto 16/1 9th

Sunday, 16 October 2016

2:20 Windsor Winning Racing Tips (17th Oct) SKY BET CLASSIFIED CLAIMING STAKES (CLASS 5) (3yo+ 0-75)

A class 5 claiming race with 12 runners and 2 of them have been known to lead before and both drawn high which is the best place to be, Racquet is my 3rd top rated but stall 5 isn't ideal but it can race prominently or be held up, my 2nd top rated is Nocturn from stall 12 and is one of the 2 possible pace setters and could improve a few pounds if it gets an uncontested lead but I have got CANYARI 6/1 quite a few pounds in hand if it can reproduce its best time which was recorded in 2015 at Leicester and this step down in class could be what it needs to return to its best.

Canyari 8/1 9th
A big field of 16 entrants 6 of them have been known to lead before and I think the race could be won from the front, Fine N Dandy and Dreams Of Glory are my joint 5th top rated in here and 2 of the possible front runners so they will make sure nothing gets things there own way up front, Flying Bear is 4th best and usually races prominently and stall 12 is okay, Noble Asset is my 2nd top rated but is in stall 6 which could be just enough to think it might need too much luck to get competitive here but it could make the frame if everything goes its way, PERFECT PASTIME 14/1 starts off as my 3rd top rated but is being ridden by a 5lb claiming apprentice who has won once from only 4 rides for the stable, which moves it to top spot and could prosper if they go too fast up front, my original top rated is MOSSGO 20/1 who is also a front running type and from stall 14 it must have a chance, I will have to go with backing them both each way to hopefully show a profit.

Perfect Pastime NR
Mossgo 25/1 7th
A field of 15 and a couple of front running types but one of them Casterbridge might not be able to lead if the going is fast, the other Bondi Beach Boy who is my 3rd top rated so could do enough to stay there long enough to make the frame, Arctic Feeling is my 4th top rated who usually races near the front without leading but take off the apprentice's 5lb claim it moves to joint 2nd place alongside Avon Breeze who can be held up or track the leaders, top spot goes to SILVANUS 16/1 the old man of the field but it has shown it still retains enough to be competitive and this is a slightly easier task if the going is firm enough for it.

Silvanus 16/1 10th

Please remember if the going is on the soft side of things my ratings mean nothing. That's not to say they can't win but I don't do ratings for that type of going, all I'm saying is DONT BET using my ratings. Good Luck with whatever you fancy, equine or other.