Lincoln Red wins….advised @ 14/1

 

Duran Fentiman landed our second double digit winner or the week with LINCOLN RED landing at Southwell. Advised at 14’s first thing, the price held up on Olly Williams charge backed into 10’s.

 

For those on the £1k to £10k Annual challenge, its currently over a 40% win/place rate and our bank is £7629.07 with an ROI of over 50% and current stakes £95.36 EW

 

…….this is what private members received at 8.00am in the morning…….

 

Today’s Selections

 

Southwell 14.40

An open looking C6 with a couple of trackers out with Patrick Chamings Mr Freeze near the head of the market at 9/2.

However, our other tracker is one we had been waiting on through the summer in Olly Williams LINCOLN RED. He went close a couple of times when racing resumed in June and found Mac’s Blessings too well handicapped when attempting to win from just off the front at Ayr.

He then ran up a decent effort at Redcar from a wide draw to confirm well being. Nonetheless he looks to be wanting that bit further the way he has stayed on in his races and the step up to 7f looks a logical move.

He’s had one run on the AW so far this term and that was here over the 6 where he got going late to finish 2l down on Spring Romance. That one franked the form last night heading home our selection The Golden Cue.

From 6 below his last winning turf mark should hopefully give this a good go from a widish draw that seems advantageous here.

Duran Fentiman has been knocking winners out at 20% here, primarily for Tim Easterby but it’s also a course the trainer has faired well at with 3 winners from his last 10.

There’s a best 14’s and FOUR slots with most outfits for a half stakes play.

 

Southwell 14.40 – Lincoln Red (half stakes)

 

 

Today’s Bets……..

Good luck if you’re going with our EW selection today.

 

Southwell 14.40 – Lincoln Red (half stakes)

 

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2 Comments
  1. Great pick Gary.

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