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Sunday 4 July 2010

Sunday Supplement

In today’s blog:
Review of yesterday’s Racing Selections
Weekly review

Review of yesterday’s Racing Selections
Great start to the day with TWICE OVER taking the race by the scruff of the neck and running out a solid winner at an SP of 13/8. As expected (see yesterday’s blog) there was a huge amount of money on him through the day, having opened at 9/4 in the morning. That was the high-spot. I was disappointed with both the other selections. I did highlight that Saeed Bin Suroor only had 2 runners out on the day, both at Haydock. Unfortunately, I put the wrong one on the blog as the selection; though I did fancy the other ANHAR who won at 10/1. His other runner, GLOBAL CITY, clearly needed the run as he was holding every chance inside the 2f pole till fading. As for I’M SUPER TOO, this run is best ignored. He looked very uncomfortable on this tight right-handed track and although he’s won going right-handed, in my opinion his best runs have been going left-handed at Chester and Redcar. Overall, we finished even on the day.

Weekly review
Not a bad week, 2pts lost on Wednesday, 2.80pts won on Friday and no loss on Saturday meant the blog was in profit 0.8pts on the week. One that I missed yesterday was VIRGINIA HALL who won at the very generous odds of 11/2 considering her official rating of OR105 was only a 1lb less than that of the 13/8 fav and this was the only stable ride for Sen Sanders from his guvnor Sir Mark Prescott. I keep saying it, and will no doubt do it again, you have to keep a focus on what the trainers in form are doing – it’s the only angle that the punter has.

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1 comment:

  1. Tom Queally rode a good race on Twice Over, he had first run in the straight and used it wisely.

    On travelling trainers would you agree that its a bigger risk for a smaller trainer travelling a long distance with 1 runner than a bigger stable doing the same, as the latter have nothing to lose, particularly in the current financial climate. As we have seen only this week Newmarket trainer Jonathan Jay handing in his license due to lack of money.
    Have you had a look into any stats on this ?