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As I mentioned on yesterday’s blog, I thought there were winners there, little did I expect it to all be in Final Word… I fully expected at least 2 of the PN Choices to win, how wrong was I??!!!Very…. 6 from the 7 noted in Final Word won, with 1 placing! I am not down beat, as the PN is showing a very tidy profit this month, with a few days to go… & let see what today’s choices are…..

Peoples Nap Choices

Cheltenham – Good

2.35 – Novice Chase – Class 2 – 1m 8f

Sceau Royal – Won a class 2 hurdle over C/D last term before landing a Grade 2 hurdle at Wincanton. Made chase debut at Warwick earlier this month, in a class 4 novice chase, winning by 4 & 1/2 lengths over 2m, 2nd chase start & up in class – 6/4

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Dundalk(AW) – Standard

6.00 – Nursery Handicap – 2YO Only – 5f

Boragh Steps – 2nd to Declaration of Peace over C/D earlier this month by 1 & 1/2 lengths – 4/1

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7.30 – Fillies’ Class 1 Listed Stakes – 1m

Goldrush – 3 length winner on debut over 1m at Navan, won here last time over 1m 2f in a class 1 Listed contest by 3/4’s of a length, drops back to 1m – 5/2

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PN Result(Thursday) – Banditry – 2nd……

Charlie is back now, after counting all his pennies & delivering a fantastic profit, he will now take you through his selections for Friday & I will see you for Final Word –

Cheers Rich, let’s crack on with Friday’s Selections :

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Presenting Julio – Has won 4 times from last 6 races, latest of these at Killarney over 2m 4f in a Handicap Chase. Goes up in distance here and still looks unexposed in this company.

Win Advised

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Cool Macavity – Won a Class 3 Handicap Hurdle over 1m 7f at Towcester last time out. Has a 6lb weight increase to overcome goes up in trip here and another bold display can’t be ruled out.

Win Advised

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Passing Star – Had won 4 times previously on the all weather, although was a fair 2nd last time out at Lingfield. A chance is taken that it will be a winning day for Passing Star having gone close last time out.

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Win Advised

.Well that’s my thoughts on Friday’s selections, good luck if following and please remember to keep stakes small so it doesn’t hurt your pocket. I had intended to do a Cheltenham preview, but due to declarations yesterday, made my work obsolete as most of the horse’s I’d covered were withdrawn. It’s a bit frustrating but that’s what we have to deal with unfortunately. I will hand you back over to Rich for the Final word.

Final Word – in this section yesterday Rich highlighted several winners and a screenshot of what was written is located below.

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So here we go again….. These are what was left after the PN was chosen…..

Doncaster host their final flat meeting of the year, with the Racing Post trophy on Saturday…. Flying Pursuit(3.35) was 3rd in a class 2 last time out by 2 lengths after winning  a Ripon Class 2 by 1/2 length & runs off the same mark, while Golden Birthday(4.10) could make it 3 wins from 3 flat starts after starting the season winning 2 hurdle contest’s up to 2m 5f & was rated 128, only rated 84 on the flat after a 3/4 length win last time.  Ajman King(4.45) improved from the runner up on return to win last time at Epsom by 2 lengths, front pair 5 lengths clear of 3rd, who has since won….

WE now head to Newbury, again on the flat. Proschema(1.10) who was runner up to Group 3 winner Ghaiyyath on debut looks to go one better today, especially as 3rd has also since won. Lime & Lemon(2.50) was beaten a nose on return from 104 days away & runs for the 6th time from this mark of 76.

Fagan(3.45Cheltenham) Was 2nd on chase debut at Perth, beaten 1 length by Ballyandy, 15 lengths ahead of Chitu(Who races at 2.35) & has since won…..

& Finally red hot fav Deyaarna(7.45 Wolves) will be looking to add another win after a convincing 2 & 1/4 length victory at Chelmsford last time out….

Will today be like yesterday??? Thanks for popping by folks….

 

Remember to only bet what you can afford, if not just watch

All the Best – Charlie & Rich

 

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