It was a bit up & down wasn't it? On Friday, I looked at 5 races in all and mentioned one horse in each race, narrowing-down to 2 advised selections. Both selections were unsuccessful: Graduation Night was the subject of a substantial gamble from 10's in the morning to an SP of 11/2. He was going well, until stopping quickly and being pulled-up after jumping the 5th fence from home in this 4-mile marathon chase. No reason has been given for the horse being pulled-up. On the Sandown card, I tipped Satou in the 2:55 who was also gambled on from 7/1 into 9/2, but he never looked like winning. The other 3 horses mentioned who I expected to run well, but did not advise as selections were:-
The Big Freeze at Exeter, who won at 11/4 by a nose;
Bold Sir Brian at Sandown, who won at 11/10 very easily just as I expected he would; and
Berenger, also at Sandown, who came 3rd at 13/2 having led at the final flight before losing by just over half-a-length.
There was no blog on Saturday, but I did advise 2 selections via twitter
(my moniker is @wayward_lad).
Chepstow 1:00 - Imperial Circus was 3rd of 5 runners; and
Aintree 1:05 - Wayward Prince Won at 4/1.
So, if you followed me on twitter, and I know a lot do (1200 followers), you were well rewarded.
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Monday, 10 December 2012
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