Monday Newsletter – 18th March 2019


Nothing of note today with a result in that we’re having to resort to Timeform from Navan – Taunton, Huntingdon & Wetherby look more tempting tomorrow 🙂


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

2.25 Toalsbet App Maiden Hurdle 2m

Timeform Top Rated:
132 7. FINAL LIST Gordon Elliott Davy Russell
124+ 3. DEBUCHET Ms Margaret Mullins D. E. Mullins
112 6. ENGLISH PALE S. J. Mahon Keith Donoghue

Analyst’s Verdict:
Final List is taken to gain reward for a string of good efforts over hurdles. Debuchet has become disappointing, so Lily’s Gem and Ontheiflist may provide the main threat.

2.55 Toalsbet Casino Handicap Hurdle 2m

Timeform Top Rated:
146 11. KILKEASKINS FIRST J. P. Dempsey L. P. Dempsey
145 10. MICK THE BOYO James Grace Trevor Ryan (7)
143 12. SIL VER KLASS A. J. Martin Philip Enright

Analyst’s Verdict:
Serious Ego got off the mark in impressive style at Leopardstown last month and could well have more to offer now he’s up and running. Cliff House, Martello Park and Sil Ver Klass all merit consideration in a tight handicap.

3.30 Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Novice Hurdle 2¾m100y

Timeform Top Rated:
146p 6. CARAVATION J. P. Dempsey L. P. Dempsey
145p 3. MILAN NATIVE Gordon Elliott Davy Russell
140 4. PETIT TARTARE Joseph Patrick O’Brien J. J. Slevin

Analyst’s Verdict:
Milan Native took a step forward in terms of form when third in a Grade 2 at Naas 3 weeks ago despite being totally unsuited by the run of the race, and is very much the type to progress again over this longer trip. He’s preferred to the progressive Caravation.

4.00 Webster Cup Chase (Grade 2) 2m

Timeform Top Rated:
167 2. WOODLAND OPERA Mrs J. Harrington Robbie Power
163 1. CADMIUM W. P. Mullins R. Walsh
153 5. TYCOON PRINCE Gordon Elliott Davy Russell

Analyst’s Verdict:
Woodland Opera could be set for a good spring and can land the spoils. Cadmium and Darasso, who was 2 from 2 over fences in France, can fight it out for the forecast spot.

4.30 Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Novice Handicap Chase Final (Grade B) 3m

Timeform Top Rated:

148+ 7. MON LINO Paul Nolan M. P. Walsh
147 5. SE MO LAOCH Brian M. McMahon Mr E. Mahon (7)
146 8. STOWAWAY FOREVER J. P. Dempsey L. P. Dempsey

Analyst’s Verdict:
Mon Lino showed first form in this sphere to take advantage of much lower chase mark at Naas 3 weeks ago, scoring with plenty in hand, and remains well treated on hurdles form. The thriving Se Mo Laoch is the obvious threat ahead of the unexposed Young Paddymc.

5.00 Bookmakers Daily Online Specials Handicap Chase 2m1f

Timeform Top Rated:
140 6. ANGUS MILAN Noel C. Kelly Conor Orr (5)
135 5. BILBO BAGINS Adrian Murray Sean Flanagan
135 7. ALL THE CHIMNEYS W. J. Austin D. J. Mullins

Analyst’s Verdict:
Angus Milan was right back on his game when runner-up at Ayr in January and his Irish mark now looks an attractive one. All The Chimneys and Seskin Flyer both arrive on the back of career-best runs and are feared most.

5.30 Vincent Ward Memorial (Pro/Am) I.N.H. Flat 2m

Timeform Top Rated:
101 14. SANTANA PLESSIS Gordon Elliott Mr J. J. Codd
100 7. FIDDLERONTHEROOF John J. Walsh Mr H. C. Swan (7)
98p 5. FALCO DE CANDALE AA Henry de Bromhead Mr B. O’Neill

Analyst’s Verdict:
It’s taken a while for The Big Getaway to make it to the track under Rules following his point win a year ago, but he couldn’t be in better hands and he may well be up to the task. There’s plenty of depth to this race though, with Santana Plessis and Fiddlerontheroof setting a good standard.


p commonly referred to as a small ‘p’; and the the horse is likely to improve
P commonly referred to as a large ‘P’; and the horse is capable of much better
+ the horse is possibly better than rated
? the rating is suspect or (used alone) the horse is out of form or cannot be assessed with confidence
§ the squiggle’ indicates the horse is unreliable (for temperamental or other reasons)
§§ the ‘double squiggle’ the horse is so unsatisfactory as to be not worth a rating
x a poor jumper

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