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Monday, 25 October 2010

MONET'S GARDEN dishes it out!

In today’s blog:-
Review of the weekend’s horseracing

Review of the weekend’s horseracing

There is no jump racing today, just a couple of very ordinary flat race meetings – so no selections today as this blog is concentrating on jump racing now until we know the winner of the next Grand National.

On Saturday, MONET’S GARDEN proved how important (in some instances) stats come to the fore. The horse loves Aintree (now 5 wins from 9 starts there), and the 20f trip (now 9 wins from 12 starts when racing over 20f) and, including winning on his seasonal debut in 2003, he has won on his seasonal debut in 7 out of 8 seasons in his long and successful career – including when beating Kauto Star! If you find a horse with winning course form (or has run particularly well at the course) and, better still, it’s running in the same race the following season, then take note!

There was another impressive display from a 4yo hurdler when CUE CARD won his hurdle debut at Aintree. A very impressive winner of the Champion “bumper” at the Cheltenham Festival last March, his hurdling debut was eagerly awaited. He won very easily here, but the performance is difficult to rate as those behind him have little form in the book to go on. On the face of it, I would find it hard to rate the run better than OR130 – but the ease with which he won suggests he is capable of running OR140+ at least.

It’s half-term week and I’m looking after my 8yo son (collected him from Cornwall on Saturday). As such, there will be some demands on my time. Even so, the form study goes on and be sure to visit the blog on a daily basis.

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