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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

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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

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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

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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.

Charlie’s Selections

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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.

Win Advised

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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.

Win Advised

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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.

Win Advised

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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

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