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)

Rivet, William Haggas, Winning Racing Tips
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

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