Firstly, we haven’t been around much as nothing has really caught our eye and we thought until this happens, we will stay quiet…. so Secondly….. Welcome to arseonlinetips, Yes something’s have caught our eye and we could not let this go to waste! Standard blog for you all today with Charlie’s Selection’s and Rich’s Final Word, so let’s get this started party!

Charlie’s Selection’s – 


Siam Dawn -Dawn Approach Colt out of Tea Cup, half brother to Conversant is very interesting seeing as the trainer had his first 2yr old of season win at Nottingham on Tuesday at 12-1. It will be going in my tracker regardless of the result.

Win Advised


Derrymore -Won on debut for J Gosden at Wolverhampton and could have more to offer here being stepped up in class for turf debut and the extra yardage shouldn’t be a problem.

Win Advised



Sacred Path -Galileo filly out of All’s Forgotten making debut for J Gosden is related to Shantaram and Forever Now both rated at 111. Makes plenty appeal on paper with an entry in the Ribblesdale at Ascot and any market support will be an indicator here.

Win Advised


Something a bit different today from me with 2 selections making debut, please remember to keep stakes small if following and to keep notebook handy as there will be other horses to follow in the coming weeks. I will now hand you over to Rich for the Final Word.


Rich’s Final Word – 

It seems like an age since we posted a blog, but in reality it was only back on Sunday…. I have 3 for Sandown for you today…

I think we are all left in no doubt that Without Parole(7.05 Heron Stakes – C1 Listed – 3YO Only – 1m) is the one to beat in this race. The Frankel colt gave them weight and an 8 length beating at Yarmouth, runner up Ostillio has since won …… Although Gabr, who was 5th behind Saxon Warrior in last season’s Racing Post Trophy and with that form boosted on his seasonal return, improvement likely too both Gabr and Silver Quartz, who won at Windsor earlier this month, could give Without Parole something to think about in the later stages!

With a run in him now Weekender(7.35 Henry II Stakes – Group3 C1 – 2m 50y) will be looking to improve from his runner up spot at Ascot on Champions Day behind Raheen House, the 2 & 1/2 length win at Chelmsford in a C2 will have put him spot on for this, although Sheikhzayedroad will have something to say about him getting it all his own way. The Runner up in the Dubai Gold Cup to Vaziriabad will be looking to get back in the winners enclosure…..

And finally in the feature 8.10 Brigadier Gerrard Stakes – Group 3 C1 – 1m 2f…. Poets word, who was 2nd to Cracksman on Champions Day at Ascot( albeit 7 lengths will be looking to grab the headline’s for Sir Michael Stoute. Returned in Meydan, finishing 2rd to Hawkbill in the Sheema Classic and will be looking to put this on his CV for the season as they target bigger things. Fabricate(The Queen) will also be hoping to get his head in front, having finished a short head 2nd to Crystal Ocean last month at this course in the Gordon Richards Stakes and with Crystal Ocean winning the AL Rayyan Stakes on Saturday, that form is very strong. These two could have a ding dong finish to the line!

That’s all for today folks, thanks for popping in. Please have a read of our latest interview with The Guardian’s Racing Correspondent Chris cook, who has some very interesting views on rule changes in racing!

All the Best – Charlie & Rich

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