Friday Newsletter – 4th January 2019


Ahead of the weekend meets with the feature being the Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown, there’s members selections in the locked section below for a nibble today.With no selections from Ludlow yesterday it’s straight into cards from Lingfield and Wetherby with Timeform below for the latter.


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Today’s Selections

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Here’s today’s free Timeform and the assist for the Wetherby card from the ‘speedmeisters’… on the highlighted link to take you through to your Betfair account……

12.45 Every Race Live On Racing TV Juvenile Maiden Hurdle (5) 2m

Timeform Top Rated
126p 9. THE KNOT IS TIED Neil King Bryony Frost
125p 1. CHINGACHGOOK Tristan Davidson Harry Reed (3)

Analyst’s Verdict:
The Knot Is Tied offered plenty to work on in a good juvenile hurdle at Newbury last month and looks capable of making a much bigger impact with that under his belt. He gets the vote, though Lisheen Castle and Doctor Jazz are a couple of interesting recruits to this sphere and market confidence behind either would need taking seriously.

1.15 Mares’ Handicap Hurdle (Qualifier) (4) 3m26y

Timeform Top Rated
121 1. LITTLE MILLIE Neil King Bryony Frost
120 3. MIDNIGHT GLORY Philip Hobbs Mr Ben Jones (7)
119+ 5. VERY EXTRAVAGANT Neil Mulholland Robert Dunne

Analyst’s Verdict:
Carrolls Milan continued her theme of race-by-race progress when finding only a similarly unexposed sort too strong at Ludlow last month and, with further progress on the cards on the back of just 4 starts, she is fancied to make a bold bid once more. The admirable Little Millie and Drewmain Legend may give her most to do.

1.45 Join Racing TV Now Chase (Novices’ Limited Handicap) (3) 3m45y

Timeform Top Rated
141 6. LOUGH SALT Richard Guest Paddy Brennan
140 5. CREST Micky Hammond Alain Cawley
137§ 2. ABBREVIATE Kim Bailey Nico de Boinville

Analyst’s Verdict:
Those with chase experience have a bit to prove so no surprise if My Old Gold or Blue Flight were up to making a successful debut in this sphere (both point winners), the former shading the vote.

2.20 Watch Racing TV In Stunning HD Maiden Hurdle (5) 2m5f56y

Timeform Top Rated
136p 2. CLARENDON STREET Nicky Henderson Nico de Boinville
130 5. REDZOR Dan Skelton Harry Skelton
102p 3. EST ILLIC Tom Symonds Ben Poste

Analyst’s Verdict:
Clarendon Street shaped really well starting out over hurdles for Nicky Henderson in a traditionallystrong event at Warwick and looks the one to beat with improvement on the cards. Redzor looks sure to be winning races in this sphere, perhaps when granted an even stiffer test.

2.55 Amateur Riders’ Handicap Chase (5) 3¼m144y

Timeform Top Rated
112 3. NORTONTHORPELEGEND Rebecca Menzies Mr Aaron Anderson (5)
110 7. FRANK THE SLINK Micky Hammond Miss Becky Smith
110§ 5. HOUNDSCOURT Joanne Foster Miss Amie Waugh (3)

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Nortonthorpelegend seemed well suited by the switch to positive tactics when making all at Catterick last month, jumping accurately and staying on strongly. He can follow up under a penalty. Fellow last-time-out winner Houndscourt and Irish-raider Glenrua are also fancied to feature.

3.30 Racing Again On Saturday 12th January Standard Open National Hunt Flat (5) 2m

Timeform Top Rated
119 7. PRINCE LLYWELYN Kim Bailey David Bass
111p 2. BIG BAD BEAR Nicky Richards Danny McMenamin (7)
110+ 6. I’M WISER NOW Fergal O’Brien Brian Hughes

Analyst’s Verdict:
Big Bad Bear produced a promising first effort when runner-up at Sedgefield and should have derived plenty from the experience. He could go one better under a promising conditional who is among the winners. The obvious danger is Prince Llywelyn, a very encouraging second himself on debut at Ascot. Young Lieutenant is clearly of interest starting out in this sphere for Warren Greatrex.


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