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Let’s Go Eager to Win at Wolverhampton

July 8, 2015


4.20 Wolverhampton – Let’s Go

Saeed Bin Suroor’s once raced Let’s Go looked a really smart prospect when accounting for a useful prospect on debut, and he could be well in on a mark of 90.

Second favourite in the market on debut over 7f at Lingfield, he quickened away from the odds on favourite with ease suggesting that the son of Street Cry could be group class later in the season. Lingfield can get the better of some new horses, but Let’s Go looked professional and classy in equal amounts. The second that day has since gone on to score by 9 lengths on the bridle, so the form definitely stands up.

The competition is fairly exposed and Saeed Bin Suroor has an excellent record with his horses making their all-weather debut; 151/444 (34.01%) for £115.65 LSP, giving an A/E of 1.35. He may be odds on, but the extra distance should help based on pedigree and this horse could hose up.

5.20 Wolverhampton – Barron Brook

Michael Easterby’s 8 year old handicapper Barron Brook has had 55 starts, but none of them have been on the all-weather. There is reason to believe that the switch to the artificial surface will generate some improvement and he is worth chancing in an open 8.5 furlong handicap at Wolverhampton.

The son of Beat Hollow has put in a number of solid performances in recent starts, finishing close up without winning. The return to form has coincided with the horse dropping down in grade to Class 5 company. Mick Easterby has a strong record with his older handicappers at Wolverhampton and support in the market is worth heading.

What is really interesting about Barron Brook, is the switch to the all-weather surface. Sire Beat Hollow’s progeny do much better on the surface than on grass, and his offspring having their first start on the all-weather are 25/107 (23.26%) for £54.01 LSP, giving an A/E of 1.64.

From stall 2, he is likely to be held up in midfield, and with the breaks turning for home, should be finishing strongly. Stable is also represented by Day Of The Eagle who has two recent wins to his name and needs respecting.

Tips Summary (8th July)

4.20 Wolverhampton – Let’s Go – 1.80Bet €100 to win €1804/5Bet £100 to win £180-125Bet $100 to win $1800.80Bet HK$100 to win HK$180-1.25Bet Rp100 to win Rp1800.8000Bet RM100 to win RM180 – Bet365

5.20 Wolverhampton – Barron Brook – 8.50Bet €100 to win €85015/2Bet £100 to win £850+750Bet $100 to win $8507.50Bet HK$100 to win HK$8507.50Bet Rp100 to win Rp850-0.1333Bet RM100 to win RM850 – WilliamHill, PaddyPower, BetVictor

  • Barron Brook
  • Day Of The Eagle
  • Let’s Go
  • Michael Easterby
  • Saeed Bin Suroor
  • Wolverhampton

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    Eric Roberts
    Eric Roberts

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    Eric has been a sports journalist for over 20 years and has travelled the world covering top sporting events for a number of publications. He also has a passion for betting and uses his in-depth knowledge of the sports world to pinpoint outstanding odds and value betting opportunities.