Members Daily Post: 23/02/18 (complete)

1.All Qualifiers Against Stats Pack/Ratings Pointers

2.Any ‘Notes’ (my subjective thoughts/’tips’)

3.Micro System Test Zone

4.Any general messages/updates etc

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1.All Qualifiers Against Stats Pack/Ratings Pointers

Warwick

4.40 – Capard King (m1) ES H3 I3 G3  6/1 S3 S4  2nd 6/1

5.10 – Step You Gaily (NHF) 8/1 UP

 

Exeter

2.00 –

Umberto D’Olivate (all hncps) ES 

Tea Time Fred (m1) ES+ 14/1 S2 S3A UP

Billy Dutton (m1+m2) 14/1 S2 UP

4.50 – Shotgun Paddy (hncp chase) G3  10/1 S1 S2  2nd 11/2

 

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2.Any ‘Notes’ (my subjective thoughts/’tips’)

Test/trial  : ‘NOTES’  (2017 Sept-Dec: 31/176, +110.75)(2018: 2/31,12p, -7)  (1 point win bets)

NOTES – none today. I’m trying to remain disciplined by focusing on unexposed types and there are none of those at a price today.

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3.Micro System Test Zone

Jumps Angles

Paddy Brennan (14/1< guide)

3.00 War- Socksy (m3) 11/4 w2 UP

4.40 War – Talk of The South (m3/4) 11/4 WON 11/4>2/1

Tom Lacey 

4.50 Exet- Thomas Patrick 7/2 w1 (hncp chase debut) UP

A Honeyball

2.35 Exet – Drops of Jupitor (m1, 10/1< guide) 5/4 UP

4.50 Exet – Act Now (m2, 5/1<) 9/1 DNQ

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TTP All-Weather

6.15 Wolv – Grabrial The Terror (m1) ES I3 G3 S3

 

4.Any general messages/updates etc

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  • On Friday I like:

    3.00 WAR – Ruby Yeats – Goes up in distance to three miles for the first time and looks as if he may be suited by the step up.
    3.10 EXE – Molineaux – Won well LTO at class 3 and now drops to class 4.
    4.40 WAR – Fly Home Henry won well LTO and stays the distance well.
    4.50 EXE – Yanmare is a hard ride but has no weight. He also has course and distance wins over this extreme distance. I also like Gingili but he has enough weight to carry for this test.

    martin colwell 22/02/18 8:08 PM Reply


  • Monar Rose Exeter Friday 15:40 1pt e/w-In a race where a number of these have question marks i thought she looked overpriced. Has been running in much better company this year and drops down considerably in class. Her last run was too bad to be true but the time before she wasn’t far away from some very good horses who have all won since. Since her last run she has had a wind op and enough time to recover from it. Trainer and jockey are both in solid fold and combine to a record of 10/60, 28p +13.5 in handicap hurdles. Given she is by Yeats the step up should suit. There is a lot of pace on here so I think it will pay to be held up in this race. Finally the trainer won this race last year so I suspect this will have been the plan.
    Knockanrawley Exeter Friday 16:50 1pt e/w-Other than getting stuck in the very heavy mud at Haydock in the Peter Marsh he has been running in consistently in some of the better marathon chases. He is 10 but still fairly lightly raced. We know he stays and will handle the ground. Bailey is in great form. They apply a first time visor which will hopefully do the trick and looked a solid option.

    Nick Mazur 22/02/18 10:27 PM Reply


    • Knockanrawley was in the Eider tomorrow but runs today instead. He plods on and gets around and enjoys a severe stamina test.

      martin colwell 23/02/18 10:16 AM Reply


      • Yeah same with Emperor. The more that come out the closer we get to a piece of the £50,000 payday just hope it doesn’t dry out to much.

        Nick Mazur 23/02/18 11:24 AM Reply


  • Another day, another 3.5pts down the pan, despite a 13/2 winner. Just can’t seem to get the second winner needed to give us a profit this week. Onwards we go. Tomorrow’s AW racing comes from Lingfield and Wolves. Qualifiers as follows:
    Lingfield
    2.10 Laytown 9/2
    2.45 Wildflower 25/1 (ew) & Mercers 12/1
    3.20 Alaska 20/1 (ew)
    3.50 Gossiping 16/1 & Eljaddaaf 8/1

    Wolves
    6.15 Navajo Star 4/1 & Gabrial The Terror 16/1
    7.45 Naralsaif 15/2
    8.15 Daze out 4/1 & Mutabaahy 12/1
    1pt win each except where noted.

    Good Luck

    PS. I’m off to Gran Canaria tomorrow for a week of warm weather, relaxation and the odd sherbet or two. Depending on wi-fi and time there’s a good chance I won’t be posting every day but I will try to get something out over the week. Given the week we’ve had maybe a rest wouldn’t be a bad thing!

    Ken McKenzie 22/02/18 10:31 PM Reply


    • Enjoy GC Ken whilst we freeze in the UK! Have a beer for me.

      martin colwell 22/02/18 10:37 PM Reply


    • That’s alright Ken, just let us know the selection criteria and we’ll keep things ticking over while you’re away sunning yourself.

      Have a great time!

      Neil 23/02/18 12:43 AM Reply


    • Meant to say thanks to Chris for the analysis you’ve been doing. I was a bit busy yesterday getting ready for my hols but will try to have a look during a quiet period while I’m away.

      Ken McKenzie 23/02/18 9:07 AM Reply


      • Enjoy the holiday Ken. I’d just forget about racing while away if you can, never hurts.

        Josh 23/02/18 9:10 AM Reply


    • have a well deserved break Ken, and I agree with Josh, have a bit of time off and relax and switch off. Have a Sol on me

      Paul 23/02/18 9:16 AM Reply


    • Ken have a great holiday and don’t forget the three Ss Sun Sand and
      clear your minds!!! Sangria of course what else?

      colin leafe 23/02/18 10:06 AM Reply


      • Camel racing in Gran Canaria! It is a bit slow and the market is not that liquid.

        martin colwell 23/02/18 10:20 AM Reply


    • Rest the mind Ken…..all work no play etc…

      Tony Mc

      tonymc 23/02/18 4:34 PM Reply


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    martin whittle 22/02/18 10:43 PM Reply


    • Infinity Cottage supply riding gear and horse tack etc from Victoria in Australia. I would guess someone has stolen their identity and added their bank details?

      martin colwell 22/02/18 10:51 PM Reply


    • Hmm, that’s odd… just a random email, or a dodgy paypal invoice or something? Yep definitely not me!
      Josh

      Josh 23/02/18 9:30 AM Reply


      • Not going for world wide domination with Racing For Profit just yet then Josh.

        colin leafe 23/02/18 10:54 AM Reply


        • Ha, not quite!

          Josh 23/02/18 11:01 AM Reply


  • Well, not having a good time of it at moment, things will turn though I know.

    14:00 Exeter
    MOUNTAIN OF MOURNE races lazily and could be one of my tv horses, will be plugging on when others have put up white flag! Mention for Matueka who with Dickie on board should also go close.

    16:05 Warwick
    BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY under performed last time out, so will be no surprise to see him quickly reappear and make amends here.mention for Goodnight Charlie who should run better in this class.

    16:50 Exeter
    EMPERORS CHOICE who is well handicapped , loves soft ground and is a dour grinding stayer that is well within his comfort zone at this level , massive price.mention for Gingili won here in Exeter back in October 2017, which was its last contested race. It won two more races last year too and looks to be in decent touch. These odds of 11 are definitely worth a go.

    Let`s see..

    Stewart 23/02/18 7:58 AM Reply


  • of the qualifiers i do like the look of Capard King Warwick 4-40 it’s a 2.5pt bet for me got 9.4 bf so let’s hope for a result, of the rest 4.50 Exet – Act Now looks interesting at a good price 1pt @ 15.0 bf.

    martin whittle 23/02/18 12:50 PM Reply


  • Might be me, probably is, but struggling to work out why POUR LA VICTOIRE is 20-1 for the 350 at Lingfield.

    won same race off 1lb higher mark last year, Carroll’s have been OK in last 30 days, and the horse is 2 wins, 7 places from 10 starts at Lingfield, 2 wins, 2 places from 3 at 7f. Taverner will probably set a strong pace, lets hope he can pick them off in the home straight.

    PAUL EBREY 23/02/18 1:45 PM Reply


    • 5th, like a few, didn’t get the run when needed. Into the tracker, as is Alfred Hutchinson. Well done Ken with the winner.

      Paul 23/02/18 3:58 PM Reply


  • Well I have to admit I wouldn’t have gone anywhere near Sahara Haze in a lifetime of Sundays without the SP2A heads up.

    Impressive stuff! Well done Ian.

    Steve C 23/02/18 4:54 PM Reply


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