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Saturday, 16 July 2011
Who wants to be the King?
No selections were posted-up by me on Betting League yesterday.
What can I tell you today? Firstly, it’s raining so watch out for going changes and pay heed. If in doubt, be cautious.
The racing today looks fairly ordinary, so I am not inclined as I write this to have a wager.
Nothing catches my eye at Newbury, which looks a bit of a minefield of a meeting.
At Newmarket, the 3:10 – a class 2 h’cap over a mile – is usually my cup o’ tea, and it looks wide open. There is only a single 3yo in the race BAHCELI but altho’ I respect him, he looks a bit short in the market to me. It may pay to take a chance with one at longer odds in this and WANNABE KING fits the bill. He was joint fav for the Cambridgeshire here in October 2009 off this mark, and altho’ he proved not good enough, a strong run mile on good/good-to-firm going is what he needs and it’s what he’ll get today. That trainer David Lanagan is holding back from declaring him a runner until knowing the true state of the going for me is a big pointer should he go to post.
That’s it for today.
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