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It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day and were feeling…… Good! Welcome to Monday’s edition of arseonlinetips. The weekend was great, with winners here, there and everywhere and we hope we can start the same form as last week! So let’s get started…

The Oaks & Derby winning Charlie leads the way with his Monday Madness and Rich concludes the party with his Final Word…

Charlie – Well Sunday was a bit of a let down to be honest, had to happen after tipping up the winner of the Oaks and Derby, but onwards we roll, please find Sunday’s results listed below.

Enter The Red -Finished 6th and was a loss.

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Martiloo -Finished 4th and was a loss.

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Premier League – Finished 3rd and was another loss.

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Park Paddocks -Was 2nd at Wexford over 2m back in March, then went on to win at Cork and Punchestown both over 2m in April. The form of that Punchestown win has been franked with the runner up Neverushacon winning next time out, although has been raised 9lb and yard going through a lean patch of late Park Paddocks has the class to turn the yards fortunes back round.

Win Advised

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Kachumba -Has been a revelation since switching to turf, winning two on the bounce at Brighton and Chepstow both over 7f, has only been raised 2lb for latest victory and could easily go in again especially since Sebastian Woods takes a handy 5lb off.

Win Advised

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Luis Vaz De Torres -Won last time out at Wetherby over 7f in April, has been raised 2lb for that win and with a rest is sure to be ready to go, Fahey has his yard in decent order so far and would be no surprise to see him in the winners enclosure again.

Win Advised

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Well that’s my thoughts on today’s selections, good luck if following, please remember to keep stakes small so it doesn’t hurt your pocket. I will now hand you over to Rich for the Final Word.

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Rich’s Final Word –

Well yesterday threw up a few surprises, to me it was a surprise anyway! But onwards to Monday we go and a new week and all that jazz….

Leicester I found a couple that are of interest…

Sheika Reika(3.10) runs in a Fillies’ Conditions Stakes over 7f having finished runner up in her first 3 starts, she finally broke her maiden at Newmarket in April, over 7f by 3 lengths and takes a step up in class today.

The Maiden at 4.40 looks interesting with Armed, who was a runner up on debut on May 7th by 3/4’s of a length with the Invincible Spirit colt likely to go off favourite, with Shareef Star, who was 4th over 1m 2f and now the Sea the Stars colt drops back to 1m. Another Sea The Stars colt, With A Start makes his debut and could be one to watch.

Over at Gowran Park in Ireland, Dermot Weld gives a debut to his Frankel Filly Bona Fide( 2.15), who is a half sister to Grade 1 US Winner First Defence.

Aidan O’Brien’s Deep Impact colt Conclusion(3.45) will be looking to break his maiden tag, this being his 6th run. Finished last over 1m 2f in a Group 3  on May 27th and now drops back to 1m, a trip he was unlucky the race prior finishing runner up by a nose.

Also in the same race is a Frankel Colt called Regem, who is out of Lahaleeb. This is her 3rd foal, having previously been bred with Galileo(Al Rifia) and Sea the Stars(Flaming Sea) who were both winners and could be one to note

In the evening meeting at Windsor, Queen of Bermuda(6.15) a winner on her 2nd start by 2 &1/4 lengths last time out and William Haggas’ Exceed & Excell filly runs under a penalty in this 5f sprint. Godolphin send a couple, but with William Buick taking the reigns of Leading Spirit, a Exceed & Excell colt, who was 3rd on debut over 6f at Yarmouth and drops back to the minimum…

That is all for today folks, please have a read of the latest Paper Files Interview with Daily Star’s Patrick Weaver and we look forward to an exciting week ahead….

All the Best – Charlie & Rich

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