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It continues to be Premium Newsletter Boomtime for our members with another winning week with our value priced selections.

Like other services we are not tipping long lists of short priced selections…….you can do that yourself!!

Here’s what our membership received yesterday….well in advance of racing and plenty of time to get the early prices offered.

Last week we had newsletter winners at 11/2….7/4……3/1 and places at 16/1………9/1……..13/2….from just 9 selections.

The form looks really settled now and June, July and August tend to be the best betting months……..why not give us a month’s trial with no long term tie in?

This week we cracked off with Johnny Cavagin at 10/1…..advised at 12’s at 8.00am when our newsletter drops well in advance of racing.

Wednesday saw is in profit from our 2 selections with Emerald landing a place at 16’s and it was more profit on Thursday………

Just two advices….one winner 7/2 winner….. one placed at 9’s…..

Here’s the exact newsletter our members received yesterday below on our last newsletter that is typical of the format you will receive…..rationale and no short prices…..if you want to subscribe just follow the subscription link at the bottom of the page and get on in time for tomorrows Saturday newsletter…….just £10/month… long list of short prices… long term tie ins!!!!!!


Thursday Newsletter – 7th July

Our BE-WD, Emerald, landed a nice paying 3rd place yesterday and if you managed to get the early 16/1 on offer….gave us overall profits on the day.

Galesburg disappointed as our lumper and we will leave him aloe now after showing little promise since that April win on seasonal bow.

The start of the Moet & Chandon meet at Newmarket today brings us high quality racing through to the weekend and hopefully we can find some more value selections.

Surprisingly we have no 25 to follow out today, although having said that, the opening day doesn’t have a great deal of 7f+ handicaps to consider with tomorrow more of interest with the bet365 and Bunbury on the card.

Both our picks come form this evenings cards, though we have put some comments in below for some of our notebookers who go this afternoon for some small interest?

However we have Timeform for the feature meeting with our usual considerations…

BOL with any of your betting today…..



Epsom 19.10

Epsom’s fast downhill twists and turns is another track that can negate any weight advantage that horses of a lower weight in the handicap potentially have and it usually pays to look at the ‘class’ horses.

Top of the pile BASTILLE DAY can get on a 3 timer in the so called ‘extra furlong handicap’ for these milers running at a slightly extended trip.

He has ran on well enough in his mile races and his effort at 10f to suggest this shouldn’t be a problem and is a best priced win only lumper option 3/1 with SkyBet with 5/2 and 11/4’s with the majority of the others.


Newbury 19.30

A couple of note here with Richard Hannon’s Torch who looked to be getting close to losing the maiden but looked well held on handicap bow LTO. with ‘Dodgy Doyle’ on board….your name not ours 🙂 we will be looking to top of the pile in Clive Cox’s LAIDBACK ROMEO to provide the EW value today.

He was impeded when delivering his challenge on seasonal bow at Sandown and more is expected form this hold up type.

Ryan Tate has been on his back on his better perfomances so is our BE-WD and a best priced 8/1 Betfred there’s still an offer from them below……anyone for tennis…..

C’mon Andy?

25 to follow…..

None going


Here’s today’s assist for NEWMARKET from the ‘speedmeisters’………


2.10 Bahrain Trophy (Group 3) (1) 1m5f
Timeform Top Rated:
129 6. PLATITUDE Sir Michael Stoute Frankie Dettori
128 7. PRIZE MONEY Saeed bin Suroor James Doyle
123 5. HOUSESOFPARLIAMENT Aidan O’Brien Ryan Moore
Analyst’s Verdict:
Platitude looks a typical improver for the yard and his latest second under top weight at Royal Ascot suggests he’s capable of making a big impact at this level. Shabeeb is improving fast and is another to consider, along with Prize Money, who was beaten only by subsequent Eclipse-winner Hawkbill in the Tercentenary Stakes but needs to settle better up in trip.
2.40 Arqana July Stakes (Group 2) (1) 6f
Timeform Top Rated:
125p 1. ARDAD John Gosden Robert Havlin
121 8. MEHMAS Richard Hannon Frankie Dettori
119 10. YALTA Mark Johnston James McDonald
Analyst’s Verdict:
Ardad impressed with how quickly he put the Windsor Castle to bed at Royal Ascot just 6 days on from his winning debut, and he’s taken to provide a second successive win in this race for his trainer/jockey. Mehmas beat the others comfortably when second in the Coventry and rates a serious threat, while Silver Line was another who was placed at the Royal Meeting and has more to offer upped to 6f.
3.15 Princess of Wales’s Arqana Racing Club Stakes (Group 2) (1) 1½m
Timeform Top Rated:
139 6. THE GREY GATSBY Kevin Ryan Jamie Spencer
135 1. EXOSPHERE Sir Michael Stoute Ryan Moore
134 5. SECOND STEP Luca Cumani Frankie Dettori
Analyst’s Verdict:
The Grey Gatsby has plenty of high-class form to his name and his style of running offers encouragement that he’ll stay this far. Exosphere’s run at the Royal Meeting was too bad to be true and he is feared most despite his penalty, with Second Step best of the others with his yard in better form now.
3.45 Betfred Mobile Stakes (Heritage Handicap) (2) 6f
Timeform Top Rated:
121p 1. TANEEN Roger Varian Paul Hanagan
120p 18. BOUNCE Henry Candy Fergus Sweeney
119p 14. STRONG CHALLENGE Saeed bin Suroor James Doyle
Analyst’s Verdict:
C&D winner Taneen could well be a Group horse given the impressive manner of his victory at Leicester and he’s hard to get away from. Projection and Dancing Star head the main dangers, while Bounce shaped really well behind the selection on her reappearance.
4.20 British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes (4) (D.I) 6f
Timeform Top Rated:
88p 11. TEXAS KATIE Mick Channon Charles Bishop
84p 4. HAWANA John Gosden James Doyle
Analyst’s Verdict:
Wesley Ward’s 2-y-os are always worth a second look, and market confidence behind Oh So Terrible would look significant. Texas Katie caught the eye on debut and is bound to improve, while Believable is another interesting newcomer.
4.55 British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes (4) (D.II) 6f
Timeform Top Rated:
97p 11. TROPICAL ROCK Ralph Beckett David Probert
79p 10. SUFFRAGETTE CITY Richard Hannon Pat Dobbs
Analyst’s Verdict:
Tropical Rock shaped well when third in an Ascot maiden on debut 2 months ago and she can put her experience to good use. Godolphin-pair Bouquet de Flores and Easy Victory head a clutch of interesting newcomers.
5.30 Plusvital Sir Henry Cecil Stakes (Listed) (1) 1m
Timeform Top Rated:
130 10. LUMIERE Mark Johnston Joe Fanning
123p 11. MANABOO Charlie Appleby James McDonald
122p 3. CRAZY HORSE John Gosden Frankie Dettori
Analyst’s Verdict:
Crazy Horse wasn’t far behind the runner-up when sixth in the Poule d’Essai des Poulains at Deauville on his return and looks a big player on that form back down in class. Lumiere is the one to beat judged on her Cheveley Park win but she has to put a tame effort in the 1000 Guineas behind her. Impressive maiden winners Manaboo and Estidraak are potentially smart so need considering, too.
6.05 Robinsons Mercedes-Benz Handicap (3) 5f
Timeform Top Rated:
103 4. SOIE D’LEAU Kristin Stubbs Joe Fanning
102 6. NORMAL EQUILIBRIUM Robert Cowell Adam Kirby
101 10. VIMY RIDGE Alan Bailey Josephine Gordon (3)

Analyst’s Verdict:

Soie d’Leau did best of those drawn high in a strong-looking handicap at Newcastle 2 weeks ago, suggesting his turn is near. Lady Kyllar, Vimy Ridge and Normal Equilibrium complete the shortlist.


Today’s Bets……..

Good luck if you’re going with any of our each-way suggestions today….

BLD (Bastille Day – Epsom 19.10)

BE-WD (Laidback Romeo – Newbury 19.30)





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