Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby thegambler3700 » Sat Jan 27, 2018 5:41 pm

AMERICAN RACING - GULFSTREAM

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732
BEASLEY (EW) - Won 2 races in August/September however they were only allowance races.Stepped up in class the next twice and ran well enough ,was 3rd on his first try at this trip

804
NESSY (EW) - Hasnt been out for 100 odd days . Shown some decent form on turf and could go well at a decent price here

838
RICH MOMMY (EW) - Won here by 8l and that followed an allowance run. Goes wellaround this course and she could go well at a price

914
PAY ANY PRICE (WIN) Won 5/7 . Won 2 of his last 3 races at Gulfstream and had OAK BLUFFS 3l behind last time. Won at Tampa Bay last December and has been given a break since

950
GHOSTLY PRESENCE(EW) - If she can run like last time when she came from behind to beat Team Of Teams. Has been in form in her last 5 runs and she can be expected to keep her form(last time was only time she had raced away from Woodbine)

1035
SHARP AZTECA (EW) - It will be very hard to beat GUN RUNNER in this race however SHARP AZTECA may get close. He has a very good record on dirt . Won well in a Stakes race at Aqueduct lto (possibly not a strong race) however his form previous to that was smart. Looks worth an Each Way bet.

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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby Gman84 » Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:03 pm

Mightly impressive from Gun Runner in the PWC, Mike
Smith got the horse out from a wide draw into a great position and always looked in control. Quality ride.
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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby Arc Jimmy » Sun Jan 28, 2018 12:45 pm

DICA is in good form at present with 3 wins & place from last 4 starts, had 33 day break & should benefit from R. Chapman taking a welcome 5Lb off, is the only CD winner in Sedgefield's 3.10, NEVER UP from the in form S.Smith's yard represents the biggest danger.

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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby andythornton » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:08 pm

naas,2 20: WOODLAND PARK NOVICE CHASE

this is very tricky,as some of these have already met each other this season,with varying results,but one piece of form is really impressive: MOULIN A VENT beat thyestes scorer monbeg notorious with a whopping 18 lengths 2 starts back,and was always on the backfoot after a bad mistake last time out.but that certain piece of form entitles him to great respect today..

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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby thegambler3700 » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:37 pm

As stated yesterday keep an eye on A Carrolls horses theyre running well as just proved with a jumps winner at Sedgefield in the 140. Ill try and keep a list daily of his horses you never know may pay to back them at big prices

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Re: Horse Racing Weekly Discussion Thread: Mon 22nd to Sun 28th January

Postby andythornton » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:55 pm

naas,2 20: WOODLAND PARK NOVICE CHASE

this is very tricky,as some of these have already met each other this season,with varying results,but one piece of form is really impressive: MOULIN A VENT beat thyestes scorer monbeg notorious with a whopping 18 lengths 2 starts back,and was always on the backfoot after a bad mistake last time out.but that certain piece of form entitles him to great respect today..
well,a bit lucky,but all credit to the horse,who really was grinding it out there..

sedgefield,3 10:

from a handicapping point of view,all of these look quite well treated,but the one that appeals most for me is old TORNADO IN MILAN.is getting a bit long in the tooth,true,but he ran a fine race last time out,behind a progressive horse,and his mark has been left unchanged.in fact,hes 8 lbr lower than when last successful,albeit over hurdles..so,if in the same vein of form today,and with no trip/ground worrys,should be bang there..

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