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Saturday, 25 September 2010

Saturdays all right for fighting

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

Writing this on Friday evening as I am away on a course on Saturday.

Review of yesterday’s racing

No time to have a proper look at the racing that took place yesterday (Friday 24th September).
Some quick observations are:-
Nicky Henderson sent out just Crystal Rock to win at Worcester @ 9/2. This was only his 2nd runner over jumps since the summer break and indicates his team is well ahead.
The good form of Nigel Twiston-Davies continues (4 winners from 8 runners at Perth on Thursday).

Today’s Racing Selections

Recent scorer DOCOFTHEBAY is declared to run at Chester in the 4:40 over 7-furlongs, and tho’ this is easily his best trip, a combination of awful draw (12 of 12) and unsuitable going (soft) could see the horse being withdrawn.
A horse that I had a fondness for on the flat and which has taken well to hurdles is OCEANA GOLD. Emma Lavelle should not be underestimated and this horse looks fairly treated on going that will suit him well (so long as there is no more rain) in the 2:20 at Market Rasen.
There is a cracking handicap chase at Market Rasen tomorrow in the 3:20 over 2m6f. Peter Bowen has won the last 3 runnings of this and comes here with a strong hand including previous winner Always Waining. My preference is for MIZEN RAVEN who comes here in the peak of form and still looks to have some improvement in him.

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