Wednesday Newsletter – 16th January 2019


Infuriatingly Wig Wam Wiggle provided ‘sods law’ and the Micky Hammond charge found the improvement to win the Newcastle (15.50) argghhh 🙁

Well done some of you who take our previous selections on 2nd and 3rd outings who were rewarded with nice 5/1 winner.

There’s nothing of interest today though we have Timeform for Newbury for those looking at the Wednesday card.



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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……

1.10 EBM Handicap Hurdle (4) 2m69y

Timeform Top Rated
130 2. AR MEST Gary Moore Niall Houlihan (10)
129 8. MR DORRELL SAGE Oliver Sherwood Thomas Garner
126§ 4. PERCY STREET David Pipe David Noonan

Analyst’s Verdict:
Ar Mest proved better than ever when registering his first handicap success at Leicester last month, threatened briefly run-in but always holding on. His rider’s claim more than offsets his subsequent rise in the weights and he is fancied to make a bold bid once more. En Meme Temps is less exposed than most and feared, ahead of Navajo War Dance and Maquisard.

1.40 Watch Racing TV With Free Trial Now Novices’ Hurdle (4) 2m69y

Timeform Top Rated
143p 7. HARAMBE Alan King Wayne Hutchinson
123 12. PETITE JACK Neil King Mark Grant
121p 9. HOWLING MILAN Samuel Drinkwater Sam Twiston-Davies

Analyst’s Verdict:
We haven’t seen the best of Harambe in this sphere yet and he’s taken to get off the mark for the season back down in trip. Point Taken is a likely type now going jumping for Dan Skelton after winning first time up on the Flat. Born To Sting should do better over hurdles.

2.15 Freixenet Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase (3) 2m92y

Timeform Top Rated
153p 1. THE RUSSIAN DOYEN Colin Tizzard Harry Cobden
150p 4. LE PRECIEUX Gary Moore Joshua Moore
120p 3. CHARMING ZEN Olly Murphy Sean Bowen

Analyst’s Verdict: 
The Russian Doyen failed to give his running at Cheltenham last month, seemingly unsettled by a bad mistake at the first, and he’s worth another chance having looked an exciting prospect at Exeter. AW winner Le Precieux was able to utilise his turn of foot in a steadily-run affair at Ludlow and a similar scenario here would make him very dangerous.

2.50 Mionetto Prosecco Handicap Chase (Qualifier) (3) 2m7f86y

Timeform Top Rated
143 3. CARLOS DU FRUITIER Ben Pauling David Bass
142p 1. MISTER MALARKY Colin Tizzard Harry Cobden
142p 7. QUARENTA Jonjo O’Neill Aidan Coleman

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Quarenta overcame extremely unfavourable circumstances when winning on his second chase outing at Warwick and needs keeping onside. Mister Malarky and Carlos du Fruitier are the other 2 novices in the field and are feared most having also made a positive start in this sphere.

3.20 British EBF Mares’ ‘National Hunt’ Novices’ Hurdle (Qualifier) (4) 2½m118y

Timeform Top Rated
134 2. MIDNIGHTREFERENDUM Alan King Wayne Hutchinson
126 3. OUR DOT’S BABY Jeremy Scott Rex Dingle (5)
124 4. LEGENDS GOLD Rebecca Curtis Sean Bowen

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Sunrise Ruby looked potentially smart when quickening away easily in a Southwell bumper 7 months ago and her yard usually has its hurdling debutants ready to go, so it’s not hard to envisage her maintaining her unbeaten record at the expense of last month’s Fontwell scorer Midnightreferendum. Expointers Legends Gold and Our Dot’s Baby also make appeal.

3.50 Howard Rudman Memorial Standard Open National Hunt Flat (5) 2m69y

Timeform Top Rated
113 4. THE MACON LUGNATIC Ben Pauling David Bass
108+ 1. ALPH Nicky Henderson Nico de Boinville

Analyst’s Verdict: 
Molly Ollys Wishes has an appealing pedigree and represents a top yard, so it’s worth chancing that she can make a winning start in a race where the bar isn’t set all that high. That said, Alph looks the type to make a step forward from first to second run and must be feared.


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