Thursday, 12 September 2019

4:20 Doncaster Racing Tips (12th September)

DONCASTER 4.20 (8.1) 

The going at Doncaster certainly wasn't good to firm on Wednesday despite what the official going report said so I'm hoping it dries out somewhat before today's (Thursday) racing starts. With 17 runners this race will be hard to solve, topweight Poyle Vinnie is 3rd best on my figures but it isn't at ease if there's a fast early pace, Lucky Beggar is well-weighted and comes out 2nd best but this one seems to need genuine g/f ground to show its best, the early pace could come from The Armed Man but I doubt it will be in front on the line and one that should be staying on strongly at the finish is MUJASSAM 20/1 and this one might hopefully be worth a small each-way wager in this race. 

Mujasaam 33/1 9th 

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Saturday, 7 September 2019

5:05 Ascot Racing Tips (7th September)

Ascot horse racing tips
ASCOT 5.05 (7.2)

If they all run there will be 4 places for an each way bet and ive got it narrowed down to 2 that could feasibly win this race in Blue De Vega and Texting and they are not far behind the 4 that I will concentrate on, Moonraker is my original top rated but it does find the distance a bit too short unless theres a fast early pace so this race might not be run to suit, Royal Birth is being ridden by a 7lb claiming apprentice which is the same with all of my top 3 ratings, and this one could make the frame and maybe worth an each way punt at a decent price, Grandfather Tom is in cracking form but will be one of the favourites but could go close but im going to stick my neck out and go with the 3-year-old THEGREATESTSHOWMAN 14/1 who can be held up or track the leaders and in stall 10 it looks to drawn next door to Heritage the one that looks a good candidate to take up the pace setting role so it could get a good tow into the race and then have the first crack at the leader and stay on the stronger at the finish.

Thegreatestshowman 14/1 4th

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Friday, 6 September 2019

4:40 Ascot Racing Tips (6th September)

Eric Winner's Secret Tips
ASCOT 4.40 (7.2) 

There looks to be plenty of early pace in this race so it should be a true run affair, there is a few 3-year-olds or relatively lightly raced sorts that could improve but lets hope that's not today and maybe Total Commitment will make others better value that they should be, the race it won at Newmarket was a very slow affair so not 100% sure the form is that good but if its a rapidly improving sort it could scoot in again but I will be going against it, Equiano Springs could go well from those that like to be at the front of the field as could Doc Sportello, Lightning Charlie and A Sure Welcome, Big Lachie and Cent Flying have good speed figures but this looks a harder race for them and my money will be riding on MIRACLE OF MEDINAH 25/1 who likes to track the pacesetters and then stay on resolutely and I'm hoping the apprentices 7lb claim can further swing things in its favour and could be worth an each-way punt. 

Miracle Of Medinah 25/1 5th

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Wednesday, 28 August 2019

5:25 Catterick Racing Tips (28th August)

CATTERICK 5.25 (8.4) 

Speed figure wise this looks a good race for a class 5 affair and I've found 4 runners of interest, I backed Naadirr last time out when it finished 2nd but I doubt it will as much value this time out and it has to overcome a losing run of 11, Amazing Grazing is on a losing run of 17 and if there's a fast early on an undulating course like this one it can struggle to stay the distance, Lucky Beggar recorded a fast time at Doncaster earlier this year but might not be as at home on this course, my money will be riding on SPIRIT OF WEDZA 10/1 who likes this type of course and so does the trainer who has an over 30% win rate at this course and the 7lb apprentice has a reasonable 15% win rate on this stables older horses and it has been known to lead before and there's not much else known early pace in this race so I'm hoping it leads from start to finish to get back to winning ways.

Spirit Of Wedza 20/1 7th

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Wednesday, 21 August 2019

3:45 Carlisle Racing Tips (21st August)

Carlisle horse racing tips
CARLISLE 3.45 (7.7)

For a class 4 race this doesn't look the greatest especially with quite a few unexposed types which always muddies the waters and any stakes are automatically dropped to a lower level but the topweight GRACIOUS JOHN 11/1 has a time from Haydock last year that puts it quite a few spots clear and this is a dropped in class to its usual runs and will be carrying some of my hard-earned dosh and at the price it will be in the shape of an each-way wager. 

Gracious John 12/1 5th 

BATH 5.15 

This looks a quite competitive affair and there's 3 front running types so it should be a true run affair, King Crimson 4/1 is my 3rd top-rated so could do best of the frontrunners and could make the frame, Storm Melody 8/1 comes out 2nd best and this one likes to track the leaders before keeping on strongly at the finish but I do have NAADIRR 10/1 as my top rated and this one likes to be held up for a late run and this race could be run to suit its style and with a clear run could get back to winning ways here, I will be having a bet on all of my top 3 ratings but tilted in favour of my top-rated selection.

Naadirr 10/1 2nd 

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Friday, 9 August 2019

8:05 Chelmsford Racing Tips (9th August)


In this race one near the bottom Papa Delta 6/1 is capable of running a fast time but usually in one class lower races, the only known front runner is Poeta Brasileiro 4/1 joint-favourite but it would need to improve on its only run over this c/d and is held by the topweight Zapper Cass and the time that day was on the slow side so it makes it look poor value in my opinion, Dark Side Dream 20/1 would be competitive on its best time from 2018 but hasn't shown much so far this year but could be a good each-way punt if it does spring back to form, Daring Guest 13/2 is another that could be thereabouts at the finish if reproducing its best time but my money will be riding on DESERT FOX 10/1 hoping it can get a clear run when it matters and stay on the strongest at the finish and at the price it has to be an each-way wager. 

Desert Fox 10/1 2nd 

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Wednesday, 7 August 2019

5:15 Yarmouth Racing Tips (7th August)

Great Yarmouth horse racing Tips
YARMOUTH 5.15 (7.4)

An eight runner race with 2 that like to lead and Haveoneyerself is one of these leaders and my 3rd top-rated so could go well from the front, the topweight Perfect Charm has won its last 2 races and carries a 12lb penalty here before it gets a new official handicap rating it should go well while its in form but my money will be on BRONZE BEAU 9/1 who is my top-rated using this years times and has a 4lb higher rating from 2018 and it could prove very hard to catch if getting to the front and at the price and as long as all 8 runners take part I will be having a decent each-way wager. 

Bronze Beau 9/1 2nd 

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Tuesday, 6 August 2019

4:10 Catterick Racing Tips (6th August)

CATTERICK 4.10 Div2 

Division 2 is even worse if that was possible but again I've found 3 with recorded times Cupids Arrow is 3rd top but its time was recorded this year at Thirsk in top spot overall is Someone Exciting who did its best time last year at Redcar but the apprentice jockey booked is 1-18 for this stable which doesn't inspire any confidence and it would only be 2nd top-rated without the 5lb claim so I will treat it as a negative which will mean me having a small wager on B FIFTY TWO 10/1 who is a hold up type and should be trying to stay on at the finish but the losing run of 24 is limiting the strength of my stake as is the jockeys 0-15 for this stable.

B Fifty Two 10/1 1st

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Saturday, 3 August 2019

2:50 Thirsk Racing Tips (3rd August)

Thirsk racecourse and tips
THIRSK 2.50 (7.9) 

Just Glamorous is my 2nd top-rated on just 2019 times and one of only 2 known front runners in the race, Alsvinder is the other possible pacesetter and is my 2nd top-rated on a time it recorded at Hamilton in 2018, so both could go well from the front but I do have Henley rated joint top using a 2018 time but he other top-rated horse CANFORD BAY 14/1 did its best time this year so will be carrying my money as an each-way bet. 

Canford Bay 14/1 8th 

LINGFIELD 6.35 (7.1)

There's a lot of horses that are either 3-year-olds or lightly run animals that could be capable of improvement which automatically reduces my stakes, I will be risking a bet on my top-rated selection *BROCKEY RISE 14/1 as long as it represents some value in the betting but it will be a smallish bet and I am hoping it's going to be an each-way price, which happily it is. 

* NR

Note: If betting, keep an eye on the going and the stick reading as given. No bet it the ground turns testing. 

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Wednesday, 31 July 2019

Major Horse Racing Festival/Events Around the Globe

Major Horse Racing Festival/Events Around the Globe
Every year the world’s finest racehorses gather at a select few meetings to battle it out for the ultimate prizes in the sport of kings. Punters around the world rejoice at the prospect of such a large number of elite contests clustered together into one enthralling extravaganza of top-class racing. The prizes are high, the races are ferociously competitive and it offers a great opportunity for speculative bettors to find great value on intriguing outsiders. Here are the top five global meetings to look out for each year: 

Royal Ascot

Nothing can compete with the pomp, majesty and grandeur on display at Royal Ascot, which sees Queen Elizabeth II arrive in a horse-drawn cart to cheer on her runners. More than 300,000 racegoers put on their finest garbs and head to Berkshire to watch the action unfold. Over the course of five days, they guzzle 56,000 bottles of Champagne, wolf down 240,000 teacakes and send 3,500 lobsters to meet their maker. But beneath all the glitz, glamour and ceremony lies a phenomenal collection of Group 1 races that are steeped in heritage. The Gold Cup, Queen Anne Stakes, King’s Stand Stakes, St James’s Palace Stakes, Prince of Wales’s Stakes, Commonwealth Cup, Coronation Stakes, Diamond Jubilee Stakes are all massive races that draw the world’s finest runners, jockeys and trainers to Britain to compete for glory. Royal Ascot features 19 Group races and it always provides a thrilling spectacle. 

Dubai World Cup Carnival

This is the single richest day of thoroughbred racing in the world, with a total prize purse of $35 million on offer in 2019. That level of investment ensures that many of the world’s finest sprinters and stayers head to the Meydan Racecourse to fight for fame and fortune. The centrepiece is the Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest race with a prize pool of $12 million. Godolphin star Thunder Snow secured a second consecutive victory in 2019, following in the footsteps of such titans as Arrogate and California Chrome. The day also includes the Dubai Turf and the Dubai Sheema Classic, which are both among the top 10 richest races in the world, with prize money of $6 million apiece. You can also take in the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint and the Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen, while the Godolphin Miles, the Dubai Gold Cup and the UAE Derby carry Group 2 status. 

Spring Racing Carnival 

Every year the world’s leading lights descend upon Victoria to contest such stellar races as the Melbourne Gold Cup, the Cox Plate and the Caulfield Cup. The Spring Racing Carnival includes a number of big meetings spread over several weeks, but they are all inextricably woven together to form the greatest schedule of racing in the world. There are important races such as the Makybe Diva and AJ Moir Stakes to look out for, but it really begins in earnest with the renewal of the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas in October, and the big races just keep on coming – the Caulfield Cup, Manikato Stakes, Cox Plate, Victoria Derby, Cantala Stakes, Coolmore Stud Stakes, Melbourne Cup, Emirates Stakes and VRC Spring Classic. The Melbourne Cup is the greatest of them all. It is dubbed the race that stops a nation, but it actually attracts hundreds of millions of viewers from around the world, and foreign raiders have dominated in recent years. If you browse the Spring Racing Carnival markets, you will note that the leading lights from Britain, Ireland, Japan and elsewhere are planning to head Down Under this year. 

Breeders’ Cup World Championships 

Every year the Breeders’ Cup World Championships captivates the world with 14 huge races spread across two days of exhilarating action. The prize money ranges from $1 million to $6 million for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, with a total of $28 million handed out over the 14 races. Success here represents the pinnacle of many trainers’ careers, such is the prestige associated to these races. All but one of them carried Grade 1 status in 2018, which culminated in a superb victory for Accelerate in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Recent winners include Arrogate, American Pharoah and Gun Runner, and the 2019 event promises to be another thrilling occasion when it heads back to Santa Anita Park. Cheltenham This is the world’s premier jumps meeting and it always delivers an unrivalled blend of drama, upsets and excitement. It is where reputations are made and broken, fortunes are won and lost and legends are born. The Grade 1 Cheltenham Gold Cup is the main event, but the Champion Hurdle, the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Stayers’ Hurdle are all huge events too. It is one of the biggest betting events in the world, as it groups together an unrivalled 14 Grade 1 races over four days of action and it captures the imagination of serious punters and armchair fans alike. Luminaries such as Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson and Gordon Elliott loom large over proceedings and the Prestbury Cup battle between the British and the Irish adds another intriguing dimension to proceedings.