Thank you all for your fantastic support, we appreciate all the messages we have received already & if you are waiting to be accepted on our new Twitter account, fear not, we will get to you as soon as we can & we apologise for the delay. Monday was a fine day with Charlie hitting a double figure winner along with the PN winning too…
Peoples Nap Choices –
Leicester – Good to Soft
2.00 – Novice Stakes – Class 4 – 2YO Only – 1m 53y
Bold Reason – finished a 5 length 4th on debut to Red Mist at Sandown over 7f in July. Had a 66 day break & returned on September 30th at Haydock, class 4 novice stakes when stepping up to 1m to finish runner up in testing conditions – 15/8
3.30 – Sprint Handicap – Class 2 – 5f
Jumira Bridge – Won on seasonal return & followed up the next race back in April, finished 3rd in a class 1 listed race at York before a runner up spot at Newmarket in a class 2 contest. Finished last at the same course before taking a 69 day break. Finished runner up on return by 1/2 a length in a class 2 handicap at Yarmouth, all runs over 5f – 9/2
Huntingdon – Good
2.20 – Handicap Hurdle – Class 4 – 1m 1f 171y
Inn the Bull – 2 out of 2 over hurdles so far. Won on debut in a class 4 Ludlow juvenile hurdle by 1 & 3/4 lengths last October. Won again last time out, having had 3 runs on the flat, to run out a 2 & 1/4 length winner, despite giving weight to the field for being a 4YO. Does the same today but with a penalty for win – 13/8
PN Result – Aljezeera – WON – 15/8
Charlie will now run you through his Monday Results & leave you with his Tuesday Titbits(Unless there are a couple of Charlie’s Chasers!). I on the other hand will see you for Final Word…
Cheers Rich, we will kick things off with a recap of Monday’s Results :
Kulgri -didn’t run as well as expected finishing in 8th and was a loss.
Harlequin Rock -Tracked leaders until 2f out, took the lead inside final furlong using hands and heels pushed on to take the Win. Advised at 13-2 but drifted out to 11-1
Jonny Delta -Tried in vain to real in the winner but ran out of steam finishing 4th and was a loss.
.Just the one winner again from the 3 selections I put up on Monday but the drift made sure it was a profitable day. We now look at Tuesday’s Selections and they are listed below.
Ballypoint -Was 3rd at Perth last time out over 2m 7f in a Class 4 Handicap Chase, but had placed 2nd at Worcester previously over 2m 7f again in a Class 4 Handicap Chase. Should be capable of winning and today could be the day if in the right frame of mind.
Officer Hoolihan -Has won two Class 4 Novice Hurdles at Carlisle over 2m 3f. Goes well fresh and could easily win this if taking to fences on chase debut.
Hajaam -Has won at Haydock in a Class 5 Apprentice Handicap over 1m 2f. Then went to Kempton winning a Class 6 Handicap over 1m 3f. Arrives in good spirit after those two races chasing the hat trick today with SDS on board ticks a lot of boxes and looks the one to beat.
Well that’s my thoughts on Tuesday’s selections, good luck if following and please remember to keep stakes small so it doesn’t hurt your pocket. I will pass you over to Rich for the Final word.
Final Word –
Soon we will start looking ahead to Champions Day on Saturday at Ascot, but that still seems a long way off at the moment…….
I left just two out today …. Viking Mistress(Worcester 2.40) Who won a hurdle race over C/D in May, has finished runner up on both Chase starts & steps up from class 5 to 3, with Champion Jockey Richard Johnson on board. I have Two that I am keeping an eye on Sword of Fate(3.10) & Kings Ryde(4.10), both at Worcester.
My other note is Spring Cosmos(Kempton 6.15), was 8/13 when writing this, which is not a shock considering the debut class 2 win at Newmarket & subsequent Group 3 contests, dropping down to a class 5 SHOULD be a comfortable victory(Famous last words!)
Remember, if you cannot afford to bet just watch……
All the Best – Charlie & Rich