One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby brandysnap » Fri Oct 27, 2017 8:19 pm

DONCASTER 4 00

EAST REVUE REVUE

CONSISTENT SPRINTER WHO HAS MADE THE FRAME 16 TIMES IN LAST 22 STARTS WINNING 4 OF THEM,UP 5LB FOR THAT BUT HAS RUN WELL OFF THAT MARK BEFORE AND SHOULD COPE,IS EFFECTIVE ON ANY GOING,WINNING JOCKEY DURAN FENTIMAN IS BACK IN THE SADDLE,IS WELL DRAWN IN STALL 16 AND SHOULD BE THEREABOUTS.

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby bluemal » Fri Oct 27, 2017 8:31 pm

Doncaster 4:00

Confessional.....from Tim Easterby yard the 10yo been knocking at the door in his this season in the 16tn runs this season in these handicaps he's only found the one win in July at chester 5f good to soft when he won by 3/4 length beating Blythe Spirit off 83 with Lewis Edmunds claiming 5lb that day, He's also found the 6 place finishes as well this season

That last place finish was in last race 7 days ago at Catterick 5f soft in class 2 handicap off 86 with Lewis Edmunds claiming 3lbs when beaten by 1.3/4 lengths by Storm Over , He's still off the 86 mark but new jockey Cam Hardie takes the ride was 5th of 21 runners here last year

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby geordieracer » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:19 pm

CONFESSIONAL

Mighty consistent although equally consistent in finding 1 or 2 too good with only 1 win from 14 races year to date.

However he is only 3 pounds above that mark, looks to improve with running and Tim Easterby is wily enough to have had this nice little prize in mind.

Good draw. Cam Hardie a top lad and Easterby loves to land winners here.

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby mantistoboggan » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:46 pm

BOUNDSY

His form has taken a massive upturn since being gelded, winning 3 of his last 5 races and the other 2 finished 2nd beaten by a head and a neck. His win LTO came at class 2 level and he's proven himself capable of handling any ground thrown his way. The fact Hanagan is booked on him over Paddy Power despite Paddy Power winning LTO would suggest Boundsy is the main danger of the Fahey duo. He only went up 3lbs for his latest victory and given his progressive form his season can take that in his stride.

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby ghowarth76 » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:46 pm

4.00 Doncaster

boundsay

Excellent form this spring and summer. Three wins and three runner up finishes in last 6 starts, including two wins in last two starts. Both wins have been narrowly won. Two of this seasons win have been over distance. Ground conditions are fine, should be a contender.

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby Gman84 » Fri Oct 27, 2017 11:02 pm

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby jammat001 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:02 am

DONCASTER 4.00 ATLETICO

The price of 12/1 could prove generous for this R Varian trained gelding who has won over five and six furlongs on good to soft and on the all-weather but in three races since his last win he has failed to show his true form the latest when beaten 5 lengths by the reopposing East Street Revue over five furlongs at York so with Andrea Atzeni onboard he can surprise at a big price

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby royalscot » Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:36 am

GLOBAL APPLAUSE

"this selection is a 3 yo,and is no stranger to group racing, has been racing at 6 and 7 furlongs ,yet, drops back to racing, over the distance of 5 furlongs, in this class 2 contest, can run on good to soft ground, Ryan Moore holds the reins, has ew appeal. "

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby fenster » Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:56 am

TOMILY

Been off a few months after going off the boil on turf. Before that had some impressive form on AW, including a listed win rated 99. Twice won over today's trip. Won on soft ground. Finished second over six furlongs, a year ago, only other visit to this track (was in control a furlong out before getting run down). Today drops to 91 with the stables 3 lb claimer on his back.

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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby pumpdaball » Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:30 am

4.00 Doncaster

Confessional


Conditions should suit Confessional who has been running very well in recent outings, although now 10yrs old he still has enough ability to win a race of this nature. Even though his form in this particular race from 6 attempts is not inspiring having managed 4 duck eggs and a 4th and 5th placing in those outings, However out of his last and most recent 6 outings has ran very well, the worse result seen him finish 7th at Chester where he was boxed in all the way to the finish more or less, so that's a definite candidate to put a pencil through that race and that was 4 races back, since then has finished 3rd 4th and 3rd, and he looks to be one that will again be in the shake up here. Ridden by Cam Hardie for the 5th time today and who finished 5th here last season on him for the Tim Easterby yard, Confessional can go close this this time around.
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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby pumpdaball » Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:31 am

Game 27’ – Saturday 28th October – Premier League – Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur – 12.30pm – Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD

1X2 - Draw
HT/FT - Draw / Draw
Overs/Unders - Under
Correct Score - 0-0

Both of these two teams are playing some good football at present, and on their current form its hard to separate them. of the past 10 meetings between them Man Utd won 3 Spurs won 4 and 3 draws, currently Man Utd are getting a return of 3.0pts per game at home. and Tottenham are also getting the same returns 3.0 away. Tottenham are scoring at will in recent games whether home or away, and Man Utd today will miss Fellani again, although he will most likely be on the bench. This game promises to be one of the best over this weekend, which doesn't mean that it will be, as sometimes teams with such similar form often counter each other and we are left with a feeling of anti climax because we were seeing a close and hard fought game. Both of them in the top 3 and 5 points off the leaders Man City, neither will want to slip up here and give away the advantage to their direct rival. I therefore see one of Morenhio's specials, and a bit of bus parking applied, especially with Tottenham being is such good goal scoring form recently, my idea of a scoreline at the end is the same as it was at the start.
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Re: One-A-Day Competition - October Race 2 (15th-31st)

Postby Dicky » Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:28 am

4.00D = Atletico
Distance winner was favourite when behind one of todays rivals East Strret Revue last time out finishing 8th of 20 beaten
just over 5 lengths under S De Sousa. Didn't get the best of runs that day so entitled to finish closer to him today at better
weights and A.Atzeni who rode him on the three runs before last is back in the saddle. A slight concern is the draw but the
pros outweight the cons.

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