Molls Memory wins…..BOG @ 8/1


Ed Walker’s MOLLS MEMORY gave us another nice 8/1 winner yesterday. After missing an opportunity earlier in the season at shorter odds we were rewarded as she landed her third win of the campaign under Liam Keniry 🙂

It could have been a mega day as our 2nd selection just got done a neck after we had taken the early morning 16’s about Dark Lochnagar who was gambled on down to 6’s and just beaten by the Bin Suroor favourite 🙁


For those on the £1k to £10k challenge….it’s a near 35% win/place strike rate and our bank is now £1261.67 with current stakes £15.77


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


Today’s Selections


Newbury 16.00

MOLL’S MEMORY was an early-season tracker from Thirsk that we never managed to get any odds about when landing those back to back wins.

Relatively lightly campaigned this term, she has just had one run per month in grades higher than this and only poor run was LTO when running twice quickly in September – that run coming over 6f at HQ in a C2.

Back down in a C4, if mirroring that Haydock run shouldn’t be far away in a race where she finished 4th last year as a 3yo.

We’ll take the best 8/1 with bet 365 and FOUR paying slots this morning.


Newbury 16.00 – Molls Memory


Doncaster 16.45

It’s likely to heavier through the meet at Donny and Keith Dalgleish’s DARK LOCHNAGAR wasn’t stopping over the extended 1m 2f distance at Chester in July on this going and almost followed that up over the 12f on next run.

Since then has been upped to 2m & 15f without success but has been pushed along in those races for the first 10f and clearly is suited by this trip.

Dropped back to 10f should be able to track pacesetter, Passion & Glory drawn close by.

He looks decent EW place material and we’ll take the best 16/1 with Betfair and THREE paying slots this morning.


Donny 16.45 – Dark Lochnagar



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Here’s a spreadsheet of our betting selections and results after we decided to go to a paid service after we found other groups ‘ripping’ our selections…. just switch between the tabs at the bottom of the sheet to view each year


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