Welcome to arseonlineracing. A 100% independent racing website with NO affiliate links. This website is curated by 2 racing enthusiasts from either end of the UK. Charlie hails from Glasgow, while Rich is from the Isle of Wight… Miles apart but united by the sport of kings…

We have started focusing on quality rather than quantity that we have had in the previous couple of years and it seems to be working ok so far, with almost 13,000 site views for the year to date…

King George day at Ascot and this looks like a really interesting renewal, in fact the card is packed with quality it’s just a shame that yet again on a Saturday there is so much racing.. Too much.. Quality over quantity! With 8 meetings today and only 2 on Sunday maybe they could move a couple of the meetings to a Sunday or a have big midweek meeting, mind you we have said this for the past 2 or 3 years, even some of the trainers we have interviewed would prefer that but it seems the BHA are not interested!
Anyway enough of the ramblings of a mad man, lets get on with the racing & as mentioned plenty to get into….

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Charlie will have his Saturday Selections while Rich will have the Final Word, with the King George covered….

Charlie –

York 3.15 – Addeyebb 13/8 -Was 4th on seasonal return at Chester over 1m 2f behind Forest Ranger. Was then sent to Ascot and won the Wolferton Stakes over 1m 1f 212y beating Magic Wand by 2 and 1/2 lengths. With the forecast bringing rain today that puts Addeyebb in fantastic shape coming into this race and another bold display can’t be ruled out as long as the rain arrives on time.

Win Advised

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Chester 4.25 – Lincoln Park 11/4 – Lincoln Park won at Chester over 7f on the 9th May this year when beating Spirit Warning by 1 length. Was then sent to Goodwood on the 9th June and finished 6th behind Beauty Filly over 7f. Most recently was 3rd behind Beat Le Bon at Haydock over 7f and 37y on the 6th July. Most of Lincoln Park’s wins have come with a bit of cut in the ground and the forecast rain should tip this race in Lincoln Park’s favour and another bold display is anticipated.

Win Advised

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Salisbury 6.45 – The Greyvtrain 11/2 -Was a short head 2nd on seasonal return to Show Me The Bubbly at Bath over 5f and 160y on the 6th May. Was then sent to Chelmsford on the 27th May to race over 5f and The Greyvtrain gained compensation by beating Fairy Fast by 1/2 length. Was then sent to Bath for next race over 5f and 10y and The Greyvtrain won again beating Edged Out by 1 and 3/4 lengths. Was sent to Bath for most recent run and finished 3rd some 2 and 3/4 lengths behind winner Top Boy. The Greyvtrain has been in great form this season so far with 2 wins and 2 places, the forecast rain shouldn’t be an issue although will need a bit of luck in running with the biggest danger being Aquadabra.

Win Advised

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

 

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Final Word with Rich …..

Thanks Charlie, lets hope for another good day with a few winners… I have 1 from York & 3 from Ascot including the King George….

York… 

3.15 York Stakes…. Group 2… 1m 2f 56yds…. 

Regal Reality…. Beaten 1 & 1/2 lengths in 3rd in the Mile at Sandown on seasonal return in April by Beat the Bank(God Speed) and then won the Brigadier Gerard at Sandown when tackling 1m 2f for the first time in May and then a excellent 3rd by 2 & 3/4 lengths to Enable in the Eclipse Group 1 at Sandown on July 4th… Top rated 120…

Ascot…

1.50 Princess Margaret Stakes… Fillies’ Group 3… 2YO Only… 6f… 

Summer Romance…. Two from two following a 2 length debut win in a Class 5 6f Maiden at Yarmouth on June 13th before stepping up to Listed level at Newmarket in the 6f Empress Listed Fillies’ Stakes on June 29th, winning by 6 lengths….

2.25 Handicap… Class 2… 1m….

Motakhayyel… A last time out winner in a Newmarket 1m Class 2 Handicap by 2 & 1/4 lengths on July 13th taking it to 2 wins from 2 runs over 1m. A winner over 7f on race course debut on the AW at Lingfield back in November. Only defeat was over 7f in a Class 3 Yarmouth Handicap by a neck.. 3 wins from 4 starts…

3.40 King George IV & Queen Elizabeth Stakes… Group 1… 1m 4f…

A very good renewal of this race featuring the highest rated horse in the world, the Derby winner & a double Arc winner…
Aidan O’Brien comes loaded for this race with 4 runners including Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck, who runs in first time Cheek Pieces and has a weight allowance due to being 3YO and carries just 8St 10Lb. I have a feeling they will try and set the fractions with Hunting Horn the possible pace maker.
The Coronation & Hardwicke winner Defoe, who recently landed a Group 1 lines up and had a very live each way chance. The French raider Waldgeist won the Prix Ganay on seasonal return in April at Longchamp and last time out finished 4 & 1/2 lengths behind Crystal Ocean at Ascot in the Prince of Wales’ Stakes and along Cheval Graid from Japan, who finished 4th to Almond Eye in November in the Japan Cup and finished 1 & 1/2 lengths runner up to Old Persain in the Sheema Classic 1m 4f Group 1 at Meydan in March…
Last September a race fit Crystal Ocean finished 3 & 1/2 lengths behind Enable but this term is unbeaten, landing 2 Group 3 races before taking the Prince of Wales Stakes at Ascot from Magical by 1 & 1/2 lengths and is the major danger to ENABLE, who won the Eclipse on seasonal return at Sandown over 1m 2f by 3/4 ‘s of a length from Magical and won tis race in 2017, just like she did with the Eclipse and carries 9S 4Lb due to a weight for sex rule, which leaves Crystal Ocean & Defoe 3Lb heavier as they are older than Anthony Van Dyck…. Here are my first 3 home…
Enable 125(R)
Crystal Ocean(127)
Defoe(119)

That is everything for you today folks… A big thanks to everyone who read our recent article about Sea of Class(God Speed)… And for your continued support…

All the Best – Charlie & Rich

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