A cracking good day, yesterday and more of the same today, me thinks!


All four Rated races produced profit yesterday, when allied to what goes up here plus, some very nice winners besides from the “movers” discussed.

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12-10 – The morning favourite was allowed to drift 2/1 > 3/1 before drawing back in to 11/4. This is because of strong support for GOODBYE STRANGER 5/2 > 2/1, A debutante wearing a hood for its first run. However, the OMM advised is also strong and my intention now is to dutch that morning advice with GOODBYE STRANGER.

12-40 – We have an odds on favourite here in LECALE’S ARTICLE, not seen since winning a PTP 970 days ago.

What I am also seeing is a heck of a punt on THUNDERSOCKSSUNDAE 50/1 > 20/1. They ran this over 2 miles 5 furlongs last time out, the horse having previously finished second in a Ffos Las Bumper. Dropped back to 2 miles today, I can honestly say I have no idea how it will perform but someone, somewhere, things it will (at the very least), hit the frame.

Me, myself and I, will just watch.


1-45 – Three going to post, the favourite 1/3….and extremely strong….if you are into trying to buy money playing such a race, good luck to you.

2-20 – Three now out here, massive market fluctuations and whilst the two OMM’s are still very strong, it’s now not a race I’ll get involved in.

2-55 – The favourite, SAO, is not at all weak but two are being supported to give it a race:

  • FLAMINGER – 10/1 > 5/1

The rest are drifting like barges and with the three named bringing in a near 70% profit to current BF Exchange prices, I’ll dabble.

3-30 – I’m not thinking I’ll be betting here. The one horse being supported is first time visored GUILTY PARTY 12/1 > 8/1 and the front three on the tissue, none of which have ever seen a racecourse, are drifting. I’ll just let it happen.



12-50 – The market is giving off no clues at all regarding this race other than one of the front three on the tissue wins it. The dutch will produce a profit of £1.24 to £100 staked….yeah, right.

1-20 – The Harry Fry trained favourite, MISTY WHISKY, is very much the flavour here, 13/8 > 5/4. The market says this is a winner waiting to happen, the rest drifting.

1-55 – The first of my two Rated races here. My figures look to have it sussed and it’s very much AS PER NEWSLETTER.

2-30 – The second of my two Rated races but they taken my top rated horse out and I’m now thinking the best way to work this is to play minimal staking, Natural Progression….Rated horses 2, 3 and 4….nothing is being seriously punted, small fluctuations only and being honest, they all look dodgy characters.

3-05 – A race for lady amateur riders and you’d need to be tightening a garrotte around my neck to get me to ever even dream of playing such a race. The new favourite is BROKEN QUEST 9/2 > 3/1….not seen a racecourse for 982 days, runs first time after a wind-op and I just think, I’ve better races to work with, surely?

The Racing Post Spotlight Verdict politely states, “A tricky puzzle to solve”….Poirot and Holmes in collaboration would need a copy of tomorrow’s newspaper to work this one out.

3-40 – They conclude the meeting with a Bumper. The morning favourite is 8/13 > 5/6 as money comes for the Kim Bailey trained TRWYN DU….10/3 > 5/2.

Again, not a race I’ll be punting but interesting to see if that money is right.

Best of luck!

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