A nice, quiet day, just Kelso to work with!


Today is going to mostly about the Newsletter content and if you do not have access to that please consider subscribing. You can do that by visiting this link…..it is a great shame that we have lost what looked a cracking good meeting at Huntingdon, due to a brook bursting its banks and flooding the track and so we have just Kelso left to ponder.


11-55 – A very strong OMM and it appears to be a winner waiting to happen.

12-25 – A conditional Jockeys’ Handicap and again, the OMM advised looks very strong.

1-00 – The first of my two Rated races here and we really do have the mother and father of a plunge going on here, the highest rated of the two OMM’s advised, sitting outside my top three rated horses. I do like my top rated but this punt is the real McCoy. Punt as Stake Management advises.

1-32 – WILD POLLY is the horse for money since my morning Newsletter went out, 13/8 > 11/8 and, having let BOURBON BEAUTY drift from 9/4 > 10/3 the second it hit that 10/3, they went in….11/4 > 5/2.

It appears one of that pair wins this race and a 48% profit on a dutch….I’d take it.

2-02 – HITMAN FRED opened 10/1 last night and drifted out to 14/1. Now though, everything drifts as this one is back in to 8/1. Runs second time following a wind-op but my problem with this race is we have five making handicap debut in a Class 5 Novices’ Handicap, and usually they have about as much punting appeal as a visit to Lawrence Olivier’s dental surgery.

I’ll just watch.


3-20 – It is apparent, looking at how this market has gone since my Newsletter went out, that Rose Dobbin is expecting a few winners. Two have come out since that hit my members inboxes, rated horses 4 & 6 now out. This has led to market adjustments but Rated horse 7 (now, due to natural progression rated 5th best), has to come into the dutch.

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