Last Ammo (5/2) was a dramatic last stride winner on Wolverhampton tapeta and enabled ‘Super-Saturday’ to be profitable with a 6/1 double into Ree Okka, my 11/10 nap; James Doyle was simply magnificent and deserves tremendous praise for persistence because it looked a lost cause when John Gosden-trained Yummylicious forgedContinue Reading

Rowdy Rustler, from the very much in-form Scottish yard of Lucinda Russell, is a serious rival to Kavanaghs Cross in the NH Auction Novices’ Hurdle over two miles of ‘good to soft’ Kelso today, when there are many pointers to his obvious chance. One of them is an encouraging fifthContinue Reading

Adjournment 6/1, Bolintlea 8/1, and Cape Columbus, 5/4 were all ‘in the frame’ on Thursday and we continually recommend each-way trixie/patents; all were placed, you do the maths and go draw your winnings!   Profit is my sole purpose; no sentiment, celebration, just making racing pay from betting is theContinue Reading

Superior Council is an obvious alternative to likely short-priced, William Haggas-trained favourite Pink Crystal in a fourteen-runner Novice Stakes over six furlongs of Newcastle tapeta today and though Richard Fahey’s charge needs to ‘find time’ I’m happy to play each-way and chance sufficient improvement; both have raced only once, inContinue Reading

The first ever Pantaenius sponsored West Country Classics Series, for classic and heritage sailing boats took place in 2021. Results for two or more of three Classic sailing events which included Dartmouth, Falmouth and Fowey Classics were combined to identify four winners. The prizegiving was hosted by Saltash Sailing ClubContinue Reading

Unilateralism, drawn wide, raced outside throughout the  Novice Stakes over a mile of Lingfield polytrack Monday and once again it came home ‘you can’t beat the draw’, even in small fields; positioning is so vital and of course jockeys don’t give an inch, why should they? Both Fair And SquareContinue Reading

Following a blitz (And losers!) but a satisfying November I’ll hopefully kick-off December successfully with juicy pickings from twice-raced Judy’s Park in the Novice Stakes over six furlongs of Kempton polytrack which opens the obligatory and hugely-popular ‘Wednesday-nighter!’ Well I’ve always enjoyed the weekly floodlit spectacular even though attendances haveContinue Reading

Firstly, before my daily missive on what could happen today, lets’ just hark back to yesterday when yet another sudden ‘bounce’ yielded about THIRTY POINTS PROFIT from 10/1 winner, Spirit Of Aghuru, and ‘safe anchor’ Wonder Elmossman (1/2) which combined to supplement early gains virtue of a 15/1 double; ofContinue Reading