Hello again folks….. & welcome to Wednesday’s blog. Charlie return’s today after a day off to work on something for Cheltenham’s meeting on Friday…So welcome back Kiddo!

Were start with the PN Choices ……

Peoples Nap Choices – 

Newmarket – Good

1.15  Fillies’ Novice Stakes – Class 5 – 2YO Only – 7f

High Seas – 6th on debut at Newcastle(AW) over 6f in a class 5 fillies’ novice stakes in September. Improved to finish 4th by 2 & 1/2 lengths after being left to far back on turf debut over 7f at Salisbury in a class 5 fillies’ novice stakes – 11/4


Sedgefield – Good

2.35 – Handicap Chase – Class 4 – 2m 5f 28y

Captain Mowbray – 3rd to Dica in a Hexam class 5 handicap chase on final start of summer back in June, over 2m 4f. Returned at this course earlier this month in a class 4, 2m 3f handicap chase & looked set to gain victory over Dica, before falling at the last, makes 4th chase start & is slightly raised in trip – 3/1


Worcester – Good

3.55 – Novice Handicap Hurdle – Class 2 – 2m 4f

Big Penny – Two runner up spots at Catterick(3m 1f) in February & here over 2m 4f, last term.  Returned for season at Bangor, winning a 2m 4f contest 3 weeks ago by a neck. Makes handicap debut – 10/3


PN Result(Tuesday) – Hajaam – 9/4 SP WON

Now, please give a warm welcome back to Charlie, who will run you through his selection’s for Winnersday…… & I will see you for Final Word –

Cheers Rich, hopefully i will get my Cheltenham piece sorted out properly once final declarations are made, but enough about, that let’s crack on with Wednesday’s selections listed below :


Baraza -Won when last seen at Stratford over 2m in a Class 4 Novice Chase back in April beating Deise Vu by 3 and 1/2 length. Keeps the blinkers worn for that win and a repeat can’t be ruled out here.

Win Advised


Traveller -Was 2nd here last time out 12 days ago in a Class 4 Handicap over 1m , races off same mark and is taken to go one better this time.

Win Advised


Noble Conquest -Placed 3rd at Windsor in a Class 5 maiden over 1m , Then was sent to Chelmsford to contest a Class 4 maiden again over 1m and was 5th, latest 2nd at Thirsk in a Class 4 maiden over 7f looks the best bit of form considering front 2 were 9 length clear of the rest of the field, has since been gelded and could get off the mark here in this similar race.

Win Advised



Final Word

Today we sent over TWO Interviews for the forth coming 3 Furlongs Out Magazine & as mentioned in a few post’s, we still have a fair bit of unreleased material in our Draft folder, still to publish… So watch out for Exclusive material via @arseonlinetips on Twitter to see when they drop!

Anyway back to the racing, Cracksman’s win in the Champions Stakes on Saturday, has earned him the highest rating of any horse in Europe this season…… Higher than Enable, who won the Arc, against a field of Group winners & claimed a 6th Group win of the season, while Cracksman’s victory was his first! Crazy I say!

While I am talking about Frankel(Obviously via Cracksman!) Elwazir runs in the 2.55 at Newmarket today(Yes a Frankel offspring) having been runner up on debut over C/D, there however is a big danger, which comes in the form of a Sea the Stars offspring, Knight to Behold, who was only beaten by a nose on debut! Earlier in the card, Left Alone(1.45) finished a 1 length 3rd on debut on the AW at Kempton, behind Tivoli & will be looking to improve on turf debut.

I only have ONE more for you, over the sticks at Worcester(2.45) where Rolling Dylan, makes his Chase debut, in the hand’s of Champion Jockey Richard Johnson & will be looking to make amends for the head defeat on final hurdles start at Hereford back in March.

Actually, while we are talking about NH racing, it was a nice introduction for Yanworth at Exeter on chase debut, I am  sure Alan King will be relieved with a clear round as much as the 2 length win. He is bound to improve for experience & WE are looking forward to seeing him run this season.

That is your lot for today folks, as WE have mentioned, keep your eyes peeled for the odd exclusive article  & Remember to only bet what you can afford, if not just WATCH.

All the best – Charlie & Rich


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