FREE DAILY POST: 08/12/16 (complete)

Complete. Just the Jumps angles + results update..

RESULTS UPDATE: you can read that HERE>>>





None today. I’ve decided to leave the Warwick race.




Harry Fry Mares

1.20 War – Desert Queen (10/1< guide) 2nd


1.45 Newc – Money Maid – 3rd 9/1


Handicap Hurdle/Chase Portfolio– LIVE TEST (treat with some caution)


1.55 War – Paddys Field – UP

3.15 Taunt  – Astre De La Cour


December Trainers 

1.55 War – So Fine NR

2.40 Taunt – Alexander The Grey – UP

5.55 Chelm – Lunar Deity / Pactolus (both 14/1<)


Nothing else today.


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4 responses

  1. Paddy Watch

    2.20 Newcastle Ainne Alainn 1/2pt win 4/1 BV

    Bad price in a bad contest,anything could win

    Running Total +17

  2. Painful couple of days. Finally lost Bet 365 yesterday and today I decided Forceful Appeal wasnt going to improve his 7/10, 8p record in class 4 AW handicaps today and Master Rajeem wasnt going to win away from Sedgefield so the less said about that the better.

    Moving swiftly on to tomorrow I like the look of Chevalier in the 17:55 at Chemsford. Was a massive eyecatcher LTO when stuck behind a wall of horses before getting out all too late. Before that he ran well from a bad draw. Only up a lb for that I would like to think he should go close. The trainer is in great form with 2 of his last 3 runners winning. The tentative vote in the 1:55 at Warwick goes to So Fine. Looks extremely well handicapped on old form and barring the stinker he put on his last run he ran ok in most of his other runs in class 2s. Like last year he had his prep reappearance in a listed race. Tongue tie goes on here and Dickie returns for the first time in 6 races. He has won on his only ever start here so I’m quietly hoping this was the plan. I also have had a small bet on Moorlands Jack. He ideally wants good ground on left handed flat tracks so his run on soft 2 starts ago was eye-catching. He has finished 1st and 2nd on two visits to the track. He is now 9lbs below his last winning mark. I think the fact that Aidan Coleman gets on is eye-catching. Trainer is 2/8 in the past 14 days so 8s looked big.

    1. Hi, that is a non -December angle- one I was following on here, and then stopped for a time, and have brought back of the shelf – I need to clarify/pull together in one post, all of the angles now being followed in the Jumps Angles. Will add it to the list.

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