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Sunday – 10th June 2018


A standstill day yesterday with Major Jumbo and Christmas Night having placed efforts, though our gambled on Calder Prince completely missed the break and was balked 1f out under SDS. Despite that I don’t think he would have got close to the O’Meara winner Summerghand who quickened up really well to win going away.

Action is from Goodwood and Nottingham where at the latter – Titi Mafki skipped yesterday to have a crack at the Nottinghamshire Oaks 15.30 – she opposes Kevin Ryan’s  COMPANY ASSET who gave us a couple of wins last year when rising the rankings from mid 70’s to 100!!……it’s just gone a 7 runner with little EW value about. She has gone well in both cracks at this grade and is entitled to have come on for that 4th at Ayr on seasonal reappearance – it’s a near wipe yer face EW value 4’s about Kevin Ryan’s filly this morning.

The speedmeisters views are below for Goodwood where there’s a ‘veterans’ sprint 16.20 that’s just a 6 runner and perhaps just the opener 14.00 offering a an EW opportunity with 9 going to post in the CSS Seismic Sweepstake Handicap C3. Whilst it’s thought to be difficult to win form the front at Goodwood, Hayley Turner did a good enough job on SIR TITAN last time out here and up a grade to a C3 will sure go close at around another wipes yer face EW odds.

We’ve nothing for members today and will be back Brighton, Ponty & Windsor.


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

2.00 CSS Seismic Sweepstake Handicap (3) 7f

Timeform Top Rated
108+ 8. KING OF NEPAL Henry Candy Fran Berry
105 1. EAGLE CREEK Simon Crisford Jack Mitchell
104 3. MEDIEVAL Paul Cole Raul Da Silva

Analyst’s Verdict: 
King of Nepal held off subsequent Victoria Cup winner Ripp Orf in really gutsy fashion at Kempton in January, and is taken to complete the hat-trick back on turf. Del Parco is respected given his recent progress, while Eagle Creek may have more to offer this year.

2.35 NSPCC Baby Steps Handicap (5) 1m3f44y

Timeform Top Rated
93 2. PANKO Alex Hales Martin Harley
92 7. HERNANDES Ian Williams Fran Berry
91+ 5. TOGETHERNESS Patrick Chamings Joey Haynes

Analyst’s Verdict: 
The way Panko shaped at Chester on his reappearance left the firm impression that he’s benefited from the move to Alex Hales’s stable and, dropped into a weaker race with the benefit of a recent run, he looks to boast excellent claims here. In-form Volpone Jelois is the biggest danger ahead of the nicely-treated Hernandes.

3.10 Sutton Winson Backing The NSPCC Selling Stakes (3) 5f

Timeform Top Rated
82 10. NORTH KOREA David Evans John Egan
80p 2. KINGI COMPTON Archie Watson Edward Greatrex
80 5. ADVENTUROUS GIRL Robert Cowell Eoin Walsh (3)

Analyst’s Verdict: 
North Korea upped her game when runner-up in a Salisbury minor event last time and may be able to open her account in this lesser grade. Kingi Compton, Solesmes and Ever Rock are others to consider.

3.45 Maywal Handicap (3) 2m

Timeform Top Rated
104 2. STANLEY Richard Hughes Shane Kelly
103 3. IMPHAL Marcus Tregoning Tyler Saunders (7)
102 6. GAVLAR William Knight Callum Shepherd

Analyst’s Verdict:
Stanley looks a lightlyraced stayer on the up and can strike again. River Dart and Chivers were also winners last time out and are of firm interest again.

4.20 Hospital Innovations Ltd Support NSPCC Handicap (4) 5f

Timeform Top Rated
105 4. ZAC BROWN Charlie Wallis William Carson
103 5. OEIL DE TIGRE Tony Carroll Sophie Ralston (7)
102 6. EDGED OUT Christopher Mason Nicola Currie (5)

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Silverrica is still well treated on the pick of her form after a 3 lb rise for winning at Bath and is taken to follow up. Last year’s winner Zac Brown could be set for a big run, while Lucky Beggar has fallen to a very tempting mark for when it all clicks again.

4.55 NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe Confined Fillies’ Novice Stakes (5) 1m1f197y

Timeform Top Rated
93p 5. FOUR WHITE SOCKS Luca Cumani Jamie Spencer
89p 1. TAMREER Charles Hills Jim Crowley
84p 2. BLUE REFLECTION James Fanshawe Tom Queally

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Four White Socks looked potentially useful when runner-up on debut at Windsor 3 weeks ago and this longer trip should suit. Tamreer defied market weakness to make a winning debut at Salisbury and is the obvious threat under a penalty, while Hulcote shaped with plenty of encouragement on debut, too.

5.30 NSPCC Together For Childhood Handicap (5) 7f

Timeform Top Rated
91 6. QUICK BREATH Jonathan Portman Richard Kingscote
89 3. ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Richard Hannon Tom Marquand
88 4. AUSTIN POWERS Mark Johnston P. J. McDonald

Analyst’s Verdict: 
The big-field 3-y-o sprint handicap at Salisbury that Quick Breath was a good fourth in last time looks form to follow and he makes plenty of appeal from stall 1. Lamya should have come on for her Chester reappearance and could improve again. These are calmer waters for Lord Vetinari who also hasn’t had much racing.



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