Saturday, 3 July 2010

Sprint Action !!

There are plenty of non runners about today so beware of any of those before you bet.

Over at Haydock GENKI looks a good bet in the 4.35 to get some of his confidence back before a crack at The Stewards Cup at Goodwood. A win here will surely see him promoted to outright favourite so if you fancy him for that you better get on pre todays race. Captain Dunne has only ever won over 5f as far as I know and the 2 that might give him the most to are Enderby Spirit and the Godolphin runner Global City.
In the next at Haydock I was going to go for AVERTOR but he is a non runner as is Taurus Twins which leaves it pretty wide open and I'm giving that one a miss.

The 2.00 at Sandown should go to GROUP THERAPY who looked right back to his best at Beverley and he may have most to fear from Triple Aspect, Hamish McGonagall might get closer this time because he didnt seem to like the course at Beverley and this might be more conventional for him.

Tonight at Carlisle FEELING FRESH runs in 6.55, he won well at Chester despite suffering interference and he only went up 4lb for it and is capable of winning again. I know its an apprentices race and anything can happen but its only a small field so hopefully there will be no hard luck story.

So they are my three for the day :-
2.00 Sandown - GROUP THERAPY
4.35 Haydock - GENKI
6.55 Carlisle - FEELING FRESH

Good luck and be sure to keep in touch !

3 comments:

  1. Group Therapy met a good horse today. GENKI won but was all-out. May struggle to better this run. I'm not sure about Feelin Fresh - but we'll soon know. It looks too tight to call.

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  2. Brilliant tipping! 2 out of 3 and a 4/1 winner in Feelin Fresh.

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  3. Group Therapy was beaten by a better horse on the day.
    The Genki race was a close finish but I think he was only getting pushed out at the end to hold his lead and he may have preferred a bigger field in any event and he will be being primed for Goodwood.
    Feeling Fresh won quite well up at Carlisle, staying on up the hill better than the others. He is entered to run at Chester again on Friday over 7f and he wont be penalised as this was an apprentice race.

    There are some excellent sprint races this coming Friday, its not just The July Cup at Newmarket.

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