Wild Flower to Blossom at Lingfield Racecourse
12:00 Lingfield – Wild Flower Lingfield starts bright and early on Tuesday and there are a few solid opportunities sprinkled through a card which features horses with a range of abilities. The first runner that jumps out to us is the Jimmy Fox trained Wild Flower. A last time out winner, the 5-year-old mare seems to have been undervalued by the market and is available at an attractive price. This race is likely to end with a tight finish, but there are plenty of conditions in favour of the Approve mare. She can be supported at decent odds, and is likely to trade shorter in running. Interestingly, Wild Flower was 0/29 until July of this year, when she got off the mark at Brighton. The horse...
Almandin to Stop a Nation for Second Year in a Row
The Melbourne Cup is the horse race that stops a nation on the first Tuesday in November – Australians, even those who are not overly interested in the sport, down tools to watch two-dozen gallopers run two miles – and, without super mare Winx in the field, it is a wide-open betting contest. Only five horses – Archer (1861 and 1862), Peter Pan (1932 and 1934), Rain Lover (1968 and 1969), Think Big (1974 and 1975) and Makybe Diva (2003, 2004 and 2005) have taken out multiple editions of the Melbourne Cup but Almandin has a better chance of joining that list than bookmakers think. Almandin’s owner, Lloyd Williams, is obsessed with winning as many Melbourne Cups as possible....
Gorham’s Cove Can Improve at Leicester on Tuesday
3.25 Leicester – Gorham’s Cave Gorham’s Cave is our first selection on a busy Tuesday of racing. Roger Varian brings his juvenile to Leicester with high hopes. Prominent in the betting when racing over 7 furlongs on soft ground on debut, the son of Rock Of Gibraltar should be far more streetwise this time around. He only really has two conceivable rivals, and whilst they have both run to a solid level of form, they have each had several chances and there are no secrets – they are exposed animals. It is well known that Roger Varian 2-year olds learn a great deal from their first racecourse appearance. Silvestre De Sousa was booked so the stable clearly meant business. He pulled too...
Millman in Sweet Pursuit of Another Amateur Winner
2.45 Windsor – Prerogative It is to a claimer we go – and we are excited. Excited to see if the Richard Hannon trained Prerogative can finally get off the mark and get his head in front. Claimers are strange races – connections are allowed to dictate how much their horse can be claimed for, and as a result what weight the horse will carry. If a trainer has a high rated horse and wants to nearly guarantee a victory, he or she will offer the horse at a low value. The risk, of course, is that the horse will be snapped up by another owner/trainer. Whilst he doesn’t litter claimers with his runners, Richard Hannon isn’t shy about entering one of his when he wants to get a win on the board. Prerogative...
Chautauqua, Vega Magic and Houtzen to Scale Everest
The final field is set for the world’s richest horse race on turf, The Everest, so it is time to have a second look at the event having made a couple of punting suggestions in April when the betting market was in its infancy. The good news for futures punters who followed one’s lead is that Chautauqua, which was available at good odds six months ago, is set to take his place in The Everest. Sadly, Takedown, which beat Chautauqua in last week’s Premiere Stakes, did not attract the attention of one of the 12 ticket holders so he will not participate in The Everest – bad news for punters who chanced backing him at huge odds. She Will Reign is likely to exit the Randwick...
Beautiful Memory to be Admired by Bettors at Chelmsford
4.25 Warwick – Long Lunch
Charlie Longsdon is a man to be followed at this time of year. He gets his horses fitter than most other trainers and strikes while the iron is hot during the early part of the National Hunt season. Will you make a profit by backing his horses blindly in September-November? Yes. But with that being said, it is always best to be a little selective, and Long Lunch is a horse of Longsdon’s who has a very good chance. He was last seen 157 days ago, but most of the field are returning from absences and the trainer has shown on plenty of occasions that he can get them ready after a break. Long Lunch can be backed at odds of
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