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Tuesday – 26th June 2018


After hitting the bar with Hart Stopper on Saturday evening at 16’s, we got off to a nice start this week as GLAMOROUS ROCKET won in the opener at Windsor at an advised 8/1 as our sole bet of the day. Nice when they map out as predicted with David Probert getting the grey filly smartly away and won unchallenged with the favourite well beaten.

Onto today…….there’s a nice Beverley meeting where we have one for members, plus also a few 3yo’s of note going elsewhere ………

An interesting one at Brighton this afternoon and had this (15.45) been a 5 runner could well have had a nibble about Sukhovey – she looks to have a workable opening mark of 65 compared to these seasoned and exposed types. Her best maiden run last term had her 5th of 16 at Newbury with the winner of that Time Change winning on second appearance as a 3yo at Salisbury and now rated 82. She will surely give Mark Johnston’s strong odds on favourite something to think about and maybe one for you forecasters?

This evening at Newbury (18.10) – Fanfair may lose the unlucky loser tag……or may be one who just doesn’t want to get his nose in front? LTO hit problems in running and finished best of all – either way he’s on around 4’s for a wipes yer face punt for Rosa Ryan in the apprentices race.

Later on in the (20.45) –  Global Excel has knocked firmly at the door on his 4 seasonal races to date. However, he probably has needed a bit more time to come to hand being a late April colt and with the hood going on for the first time he should be getting somewhere near at around 8’s.


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Today’s Selections

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

6.10 Indzine Apprentice Handicap (5) 1m3f

Timeform Top Rated:
83p 3. KINGS INN Paul Nicholls Megan Nicholls
82 1. ANCIENT LONGING Robert Stephens William Cox
82 5. OUTOFTHEQUESTION Alan King Joshua Bryan

Analyst’s Verdict:
Kings Inn has shown a fair amount of promise and appeals as the type to do better now tackling handicaps back up in trip, so he receives the vote. Ancient Longing split 2 interesting sorts at Chepstow earlier this month, and seems sure to go well again on just his second start for his new yard, while Fanfair and Outofthequestion are others with claims.

6.40 Win Races With Jonathan Portman Fillies’ Novice Auction Stakes (4) 6f

Timeform Top Rated:
96p 9. ICONIC CHOICE Tom Dascombe Richard Kingscote
87p 2. BE LIKE ME Marco Botti Antonio Fresu
85p 10. PASS THE GIN Andrew Balding David Probert

Analyst’s Verdict:
Iconic Choice posted an encouraging fourth on her debut at Haydock earlier this month and should have learnt a lot from that experience. She can open her account here. Be Like Me and Pass The Gin are also potential improvers and rate the principal dangers.

7.10 Gigaclear Full Fibre Broadband Fillies’ Novice Stakes (4) 7f

Timeform Top Rated:
84p 8. LOLITA PULIDO Eve Johnson Houghton Charles Bishop
73p 13. TRONADA Alan King Martin Harley
66p 2. COTTONTAIL Mick Channon David Egan

Analyst’s Verdict:
There were positives to glean from Lolita Pulido‘s Kempton debut, and further positives to draw from the subsequent performances of those that finished ahead of her that day (the winner was runner-up in the Albany at Royal Ascot, and the second has won since). This stiffer test will suit and she gets the nod ahead of likely-looking newcomers Spanish Aria, Just My Type and Embrace The Moment.

7.40 Pegasus Pumps Ltd Handicap (3) 1½m

Timeform Top Rated:
107 4. TUFF ROCK David Simcock Martin Harley
104 2. GUNS OF LEROS Gary Moore Hector Crouch
104 5. C’EST NO MOUR Peter Hedger Tom Marquand

Analyst’s Verdict:
Tuff Rock would ideally prefer more cut in the ground but he wasn’t disgraced under similar conditions to those forecast here at York last time. That was a stronger race than this and, 1 lb lower on debut for new yard, the 4-y-o is taken to deservedly get his head back in front. A decisive winner at Newmarket following a lengthy absence, Guns of Leros is feared most ahead of C’est No Mour.

8.10 Jung Pumpen & Pump Technology Handicap (5) 1m

Timeform Top Rated:
88p 1. DIOCLES OF ROME Ralph Beckett Harry Bentley
87 4. ENZO Ed Walker Liam Keniry
87 6. WICKED SEA Richard Hannon Seamus Cronin (7)

Analyst’s Verdict:
Several with strong claims here, including Carlini, who built on his previous encouraging effort when taking a Windsor handicap earlier this month. His pedigree/physique suggest there could be more in the locker yet and he can follow up. Diocles of Rome, Wicked Sea and Roundhead complete the shortlist.

8.45 Lee San Marine Sanitation Handicap (5) 6f

Timeform Top Rated:
80 4. WHITECREST John Spearing Jason Watson (5)
78 2. SWANTON BLUE Ed de Giles Callum Shepherd
78 7. AGUEROOO Charlie Wallis Joshua Bryan (5)

Analyst’s Verdict:
Deeds Not Words takes on no fewer than 4 last-time-out winners, but he is still a persuasive option given he shaped quite well from a poor position at Brighton a fortnight ago. Of the aforementioned recent scorers, Whitecrest and Swanton Blue are feared most.

9.15 Pump Technology Handicap (5) 7f

Timeform Top Rated:
87 6. NICK VEDDER Michael Wigham Tom Queally
85 1. SAYESSE Mick Channon Scott McCullagh (7)
85 4. DANECASE David Dennis David Egan

Analyst’s Verdict:
Nick Vedder shaped well when runner-up at Newmarket last time, having not been ideally placed, and he remains one to interested in from a lower turf mark. Danecase should go well again, while Treacherous would hold every chance if transferring his recent AW form to turf.


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