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Thursday, 1 July 2010

Back this evening?

In today’s blog:
Review of yesterday’s Racing Selections
Today’s Racing Selections

Review of yesterday’s Racing Selections
If nothing else, I was right about needing to have a front-runner over Catterick’s 7f trip, as yesterday’s race over C&D was won by Nufoudh who made all to win. Out of stall 2, Nufooudh broke quick and grabbed the rail, which is where I wanted the blog selection GLENRIDDING to be. The subject of considerable market support from 5/1 in to 3/1, GLENRIDDING basically threw-in the towel with about 2f to go when he realised he could not dominate the race. Based on previous meetings, I reckon GLENRIDDING is about 4lb better (at least) than Nufoudh, so in only giving him a 1lb yesterday he should have won – but it was all about grabbing the lead and the rail in the first 100 yards of the race.

Other news included Henry Cecil ending a 2-week barren spell with a 16/1 winner at Kempton on the AW. Mick Jarvis sent out only one runner, Jaaryah to Kempton and it won at 5/1; that gives him 4 winners from 8 runners in the past 5-days. Trainer, Gordon Elliot’s love affair with Perth continues unabated and he sent out 3 winners there yesterday from 6 runners (he did have 2 in the same race, 1 of which won) with 2 of the others placed.

Today’s Racing Selections
Plenty of racing to choose from today, with a good meeting at Haydock this afternoon. There’s another at Yarmouth, and evening meetings at Epsom, Newbury and Redcar.

The meeting at Haydock has some decent races, but I’m going to take a long look at the evening meetings and hopefully come back bit later on with something useful.

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