Saturday, 21 April 2018

6:00 Wolverhampton Racing Tips (21st April)

Eric Winner Racing Tips
I don't usually bother with these amateur riders races but I've gone through the analysis and hopefully found the winner, only Ticks the Boxes and Dark Confidant have been known to lead before and the former recorded a fast time over this distance at Newcastle so if repeating that here would have a decent chance but this horse usually needs at least one run to gain race fitness so that's the only reason its not a selection here, I'm siding with IT MUST BE FAITH 9/4 who won last time out and has every chance to follow up here and the jockey has a very good record of 4-8 when riding for this stable.

It Must Be Faith 3/1 3rd
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Saturday, 14 April 2018

9:00 Wolverhampton Racing Tips (14th April)

Wolverhampton racing tips 2018
WEDIDDODONTWE (91) has 1 very good time in a maiden race and if its to be believed then the horse could make the frame but the jockey is 0-26 for this stable.
SEPRANI (70) the trainer ha a 17% win rate here and the jockey has won 23% of rides for the stable but it might need this run for fitness as it has in the past.
ROYAL MEZYAN hasn't any recent course form and it appears to want a longer distance to show its best but has good trainer/jockey stats.
INVINCIBLE RIDGE (100) is usually held up for a late run and could get a decent early position from stall 3.
LORD COOPER (94) can be held up or track the leaders and has good trainer/jockey stats and could make the frame.
JUAN HORSEPOWER (80) hasn't any recent surface form, it likes to track the pace and the jockey has a 20% win rate for the stable.
INDIAN AFFAIR (91) is joint 2nd top rated when taking off the jockeys 7lb claim, 1 of 2 known front runners so stall 4 could be ideal.
PULSATING (71) has relatively slow times and may struggle here but has been in decent form this year.
BOBBY JOE LEG a hold up type with no course form but its win at Newcastle on this surface was done in a slow time.
PEA SHOOTER (82) hasn't any recent course form and usually runs on at the end of its race and has an interesting jockey booking.
LOGI has only recorded slow times at this course and distance as its best form is over shorter distances.
PRINCE OF TIME only slow c/d times and also a slow time here over 7 furlongs so maybe the longer trip suits it better.
SUMMARY: A tricky race to solve in many ways, Lord Cooper is my 4th top rated, while Indian Affair 16/1 and Wediddontwe 5/1 are my joint 2nd top rated and are the only 2 known front runners in the race and they could be hard to catch but neither have cracking trainer and jockey stats but could go close here but I do have INVINCIBLE RIDGE 9/1 as my top rated who was unlucky on its 1st run of this year over c/d when finishing 5th, then finished 4th last time out when not looking to have much chance and this looks an easier opportunity but like all hold up types will need some luck in finding a clear passage when trying to mount a late challenge but here it could get a good tow into the race.

Invincible Ridge 10/1 5th

Friday, 13 April 2018

Clemmie Primed for Newmarket 1000 Guineas Success

Clemmie winning the Cheveley Park Stakes 2017
With the turn of the new Flat turf season, punters are eyeing up the top-class racing that comes hard and fast this time of year.

The 1000 Guineas is one of two early Classics racing over 1 mile on the Rowley Mile. Open to three-year-old fillies, it's a race with a long history dating back to 1814 when Charlotte won for trainer Tom Perren.

The second of five Classic and part of the elusive Triple Crown. The last filly to achieve this mantle being Oh So Sharp in 1985, trained by Henry Cecil.

In the last two years, one trainer has proven a real powerhouse. Aidan O'Brien is no stranger to success when it comes to winning high-profile races. Minding Proved a class filly winning this Classic in 2016. While Winter stayed on strongly to deprive their first string Rhododendron who played second fiddle at odds of 5/4f.

So who will prove victorious for the 2018 (3:35) Newmarket 1000 Guineas on the 6th May?

At this early declaration stage there are 64 entrants. O'Brien has no less than 16 fillies entered. This will be reduced come the big day.

Taking a look at the major hope in the betting, Clemmie is strongly fancied at 3/1 with most bookies such as those featured here. This bay daughter of the imperious Galileo is out of an unraced mare called Meow. Clemmie raced five times at two.

She was beaten into third place on debut at the Curragh when ridden by Ryan Moore.

Next start saw this February foal head to Royal Ascot to contest the Albany Stakes (Group 3). A finishing position of 7th looked disappointing although only beaten less than five lengths.

Owners Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Mrs John Magnier started to feel more positive in her next three start.

Returning to the Curragh, Clemmie was ridden clear in the final 100 yards to score at 6/4f.

Her final two-year-old victories – both at Newmarket – detailed a very talented individual.

Taking the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes (Group 2) staying on strongly to beat Mark Johnston's Nyaleti. However, the final contest proved a cherry on the cake. Priced 15/8f for the Juddmonte Cheveley park Stakes (Group 1) she asserted in the closing stages in familiar fashion to win by one-and-three-quarter lengths. The Cheveley Park Stakes is often a pointer to winner the 1000 Guineas. The first being Pretty Polly in 1903-04 and most recent being Special Duty in 2009-10.

Clemmie will be primed for the big day and the combination of O'Brien, Ryan Moore and respected connection will be enough to keep most punters smiling.

History of the 1000 Guineas

Dating back to 1814, the 100 Guineas was established by Sir Charles Bunbury, who founded the Epsom Derby. Open to three-year-old fillies, the race takes place on the Rowley Mile, Newmarket. It's part of the Triple Crown which consists of the 1000 Guineas, Oaks & St Leger. The last horse to achieve this was Oh So Sharp in 1985, trained by Henry Cecil. Historically, the leading jockey with seven wins is George Fordham (Mayonaise 1859 – Hauteur 1883). Leading trainer Robert Robson (Corinne 1818 – Arab 1827). Mayonaise was the easiest winner by 20 lengths. The shortest winning odds so Crucifix (1840) win at 1/10f. While 1825 had the novel happening of a walkover with one entrant called Tontine. Yan Moore has proven the best jockey winning three of the last six races.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

3:00 Southwell Racing Tips (12th April)

Free Racing Tips (April)
SUMMARY: The biggest problem at this level is consistency and there's also at least 3 others that could be dangerous if taking to this surface, Saved My Bacon is a front runner and in stall 3, Pearl Acclaim and Decision Maker both like to race prominently without leading but my top rated ARCHIMEDES 7/1 is also a front runner and could lead all the way here but this horse is from the same stable as Pearl Acclaim, i will as always back the top rated but will also back my other 2 top ratings to make a profit whichever one does the business.

Archimedes 7/1 Unp
SUMMARY: Another race not to get heavily involved in with at 2 or 3 potentially hidden dangers, Tricky Dicky is the most natural front runner in the race and could easily set the pace here and if allowed to set its own pace could hold enough in reserve to try and repel any challengers, Kommander Kirkup could be the one to prosper if they go off too fast up front but will need a faultless run if its to pick up CROSSE FIRE 9/1 because if this one gets the lead and control on the rails it capable of leading all the way in this race.

Crosse Fire 10/1 4th SOUTHWELL 4.15

SUMMARY: Just a couple of pacesetters in the race and Archie Stevens 6/1 is one of them and could improve a bit if allowed an easy lead but over this straight course it isn't as good as when they race around a bend/s, KINGSTREET LADY 6/1 is top rated and the booked jockey is 3-10 for this stable so it looks a positive.

Kingstreet Lady 6/1 3rd
The top 3 in the handicap look the ones to concentrate on in this poor race, there's a couple of possible pace setters so should be a fair run race, my 2nd top rated can track the leaders or be held up whilst the selection DREAM ALLY 4/1 is usually held up and the stable have employed a 3lb claiming apprentice to help their cause and hes got a 19% win rate for the stables older horses and 17% on all the stables runners and hopefully can follow up its win last time out.

Dream Ally 9/2 6th CHELMSFORD 7.45
SUMMARY: It looks likely that ZAC BROWN will set the pace here and has to be respected if getting to the front and being allowed to set its own pace, only COMPAS SCOOBIE 7/2 has done a faster time and will be looking to finish strongly and i will have to back them both to cover both angles.

Zac Brown 3/1 7th
Compas Scoobie 7/2 4th

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

4:20 Lingfield Racing Tips (11th April)

Lingfield racing tips
For the class this looks a very nice race, 10 runners and 4 possible pace setters so it should be a true run affair especially when the front runners are also amongst my top ratings, Bosham 5/2 from stall 2 has a rating of 82 from 2016 and hasn't run over this c/d since that year and if in the same form could make the frame and its in good form winning last time out at Wolverhampton but it wasn't a fast run race and at the price I don't think its value, Mossgo hasn't a good draw in stall 8 for a front runner and the same applies to Zipedeedodah in stall 10, I'm not sure what will prosper if they go off too fast but I'm hoping SANDFRANKSKIPSGO 9/2 the final front runner and the top rated is in stall 3 so should be able to lead or contest the lead and go one better than last time when it finished second and get back to winning ways.

Sandfrankskipsgo 7/1 2nd

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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

7:45 Wolverhampton Racing Tips (10th April)

SUMMARY: There's 5 horses that have been known to lead before including, Davids Beauty in stall 2 and CRUISE TOTHELIMIT 16/1 who is in stall 1, this one becomes top rated when taking in the apprentices 3lb claim but this apprentice has a good 23% win rate for this stable, if they go off too fast up front and fade nearing the finish then the one to take advantage is likely to be FLY TRUE 33/1 who hasn't shown its best so far this year but does like this course and the jockey riding this one has a 3-15 strike rate with the stables older horses and i will back them both each way to cover both options.

Cruise Tothelimit 16/1 4th
Fly True 33/1 5th

Sunday, 8 April 2018

Eric Winner's Top 5 Tips

The word is out.

Eric Winner has proven he is no ordinary horse racing tipster. The sprint king is never far away from a big priced winner. Take a look at his top 5 Winners. 

Major Assault - 100-1 

Most gamblers wait a lifetime to find a 33-1 winner but Eric said: ''I fancy the chance of this horse winning''. Backed from 100-1 - 14-1 the rest is history. Read his post here. You wouldn't believe it, but he also gave a 12-1 winner on the same day. 

Joe Packet - 25-1 

Eric has never been frightened of tipping big priced horses and this chestnut gelding didn't let him down. He said: ''The selection has to be Joe Packet because the trainer has a 26% win rate...'' Take a look at this day when his followers filled their pockets.    

Crew Cut - 25-1 

He's like the demon barber and on this fateful day he gave the bookies a short back and sides. Crew Cut was actually one of Eric's Secret Tips (paid subscription) and it was a great day for his followers. He gave a 7-2 winner just to add to the successful day. 

Sunraider - 25-1 

They say the sun always shines on TV. Well, it did at the 3:30 Pontefract when this horse enjoyed the Yorkshire air. Eric advised punters go in each-way at 20-1. It went off 25-1 and you should have seen the look on bookmakers' face when his loyal followers got to the counter.  

Archie Stevens - 22-1 

An old war horse if you have seen one. Archie Stevens is one of those sprinters who you can never write-off and pops up just when most punters have given up. Not Eric with his trusty (unique) speed rating. Read his race analysis here.   

Saturday, 7 April 2018

2:05 Kempton Racing Tips (7th April)

Free Horse Racing Tips 2018
I think this race will concern the 3 at the top of the handicap as I've got negatives against all the others, Jumira Bridge is making its all weather debut here so not sure what to think but its time on grass is the same as A Momentofmadness, who is a possible pacesetter here, who is my 2nd top rated so it could go well if taking to the surface but will in reality need to improve to catch my top 2 ratings, top spot goes to TOMILY 5/1 who likes a fast pace to aim at and with more than 1 front runner in the race could have it run to suit its tactics and its in rude health going for the hattrick but I'm guessing the bookies wont be giving much away.

Tomily 5/1 3rd
I can split this 8 runner race in 2 with the bottom half having negatives against them and the top 4 all having some degree of a chance to win this race. If RAUCOUS 10/1 can reproduce its Chelmsford time here it would win quite easily so has to be on the list, Pipers Note hasn't had much recent form here but going back to 2014 it would have a decent chance of at least making the frame but it also may need this run for fitness as it has done in the past, MAZZINI 7/1 is 2nd top on c/d times 3lb off top spot and is a hold up type and even better looking at a Chelmsford time, TROPICS 4/1 is best on c/d times but is 2lb below Mazzini on Chelmsford times, so quite a mixed bag, i will narrow it down to 3 and i will look to back all 3 to show a profit whichever one wins.

Mazzini 7/1 4th
Raucous 10/1 5th
Tropics 10/1 6th

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Thursday, 5 April 2018

3:55 Lingfield Racing Tips (6th April)

Fee Racing Tips
Only 7 runners but 5 of them have been known to lead before and drawn in the 5 stalls nearest the rails, so it should be a fast and furious 5 furlong dash, if the front runners do go off too fast and fade nearing the finish then Pearl Acclaim could be the one to benefit and i may have a covering bet on this one just in case they do fade at the front but this looks an ideal opportunity for ZAC BROWN 10/3 to get away quickly and lead all the way here, its dropped in class to class 4 where in December it was contesting class 2 races and the stable have booked a jockey who has a 19% win rate for them which all points to the connections expecting a big run in this race.

Zac Brown 10/3 2nd

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3:15 Wolverhampton Racing Tips (5th April)

Horse racing tips
The bottom 3 look poor even for a class 7 race, I've found 2 possible pace setters in the shape of Culloden 9/2 who did its best time at Chelmsford, from stall 8 and Dreams of Glory 16/1 who is 2nd best on c/d times, from stall 7, then I've found 2 that will be staying on strongly in Camino 20/1, who is 2nd best using a Lingfield time, and Gorgeous was my top rated but now a non-runner, I'm not going to try to narrow it down any further as its a very mixed up race and may be best left alone unless there's some very good value provided when I see the betting for this race and at the prices available I will dutch all 3 of them.
A poor turnout of only 7 runners for a class 3 race but its still tricky to analyse properly, I'm not sure what to expect from Delegate This Lord as its got decent turf form but hasn't even made the frame in 6 all-weather runs, the bottom weight 3 year old Rastacap is the only known front runner in the race so that could prove dangerous if allowed to set its own pace, Dougan would be 2nd best if you look back to 2016 times, Hee Haw only did a time in the mid to low 60’s on turf and the trainers poor 2-41 record here puts me off, Calder Prince looks as though a longer trip may suit it better but it is dropped in class to run here so could be dangerous, Lexington Times may need to improve its times to win this but this is its first attempt at this c/d, so top rated it Fast Track 5/2 is a hold up type and top rated so has to be my selection but my stakes will be on the low side of things.
With 5 possible pace setters amongst the 10 runners it could be fast and furious here and I'm going with 2 horses, 1 a possible front runner and the one that could prosper if go off too hard, Merhood has got the plum draw and on a time from 2016 would be 2nd top rated, it had 2017 off the track but came back with a very promising run on its only start this year at Kempton and could make the frame here, Related another front runner has got stall 2 and a good time recorded at Kempton and another that could go well, Nautical Haven 12/1 is a possible pacemaker from stall 6 and if getting the lead would be hard to catch and the one that could prosper if they all got off too fast is Upavon 4/1 who has got stall 3 so could feasibly stick to the rails just behind the leaders ready to pounce as they fade.