Festival Offer… IS LIVE
Well, technology is never my strongest point but I think everything is working. Who wants to be the first to try out my Festival Offer?.. 🙂
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None. There are a couple of decent chases, or one maybe, but I won’t have time to look sadly for one reason or another. A quiet day, but there won’t be many of those soon.
Trainer/Jockey Combo – Live Test
2.35 Carl – Dick Darsie (12/1<)
Dartford Warbler (12/1<)
That will be it for Thursday from me….
Having said the above I will just repeat my ‘notes’ section from the Members Post, as a bonus. I’m sure they won’t mind. There is also a headgear micro angle in here, someone note it down!! 🙂 So from the TTP stats…
My Bet Of The Day … Test… (1/6,1p = +5 / +6.4 bfsp) (1 point win)
3.45 Carl – Grove Silver… 8/1|9/1| 10/1 (BV/Betway) WON 8/1>4/1 (that is as good as you get from me I think, in terms of reading a race /value play, just need to do that more often)
This looks a weak race to my eye where everything has some sort of question to answer and nothing else appeals at the prices in this race. This one is the biggest price on this page currently,bar the Irish Bonus one below (0/6,0 in career,lightly raced,not shown much,you never know!) , and a case can be made for sure…
I think it all hinges on three things, which combined are interesting.. firstly the 1st time visor – having had a dig, in handicap chases (including novice handicaps) Candlish is 4/21,10 places with first time headgear. 0/8 with cheekpieces, but 4/13,7p with blinkers or a visor- +28 BFSP, 2/9,5 places with a visor. the headgear of choice today. Also, this one has always seemingly run better when he has raced prominently. Well, he was up there the whole way for that Uttoxeter win, and I wonder, in first time visor, with a horse they know stays further, whether they will be ultra agressive on him. They should try. Danny Cook may want to do the same but his older legs, in this mud, may not quite keep up if our jockey boots him out. I can’t see him struggling to hold a position in this field, given the quality, IF the headgear works. He may hate it and run a shocker, but we get a price at least. They have held him up the last 4 starts and a change is tactics can work wonders for a horse. He also takes a drop in trip- he does seem versatile as to both distance and going, and around here in heavy, this could be hard work. Very hard work. And finally, the trainer couldn’t be in better form.
So for me, plenty of boxes ticked there at this kind of price. He could bolt up. He could. He is only 8 still. He could tail off. Worth a play for me to find out. Maybe he will be the new Basford Ben around here, for the same connections. The headgear will have to work though.
No other biggies to discuss really, not from the main selections..
Coho.. for the Irish Bonus stats… (3.35 Thurles) I will have a nibble at that price, prob BFSP although will keep an eye on to see if any money starts coming. He is lightly raced and still has time on his side. It is his first go over 16f in heavy, and this jockey rides for the first time which is interesting. The trainer can ready them after a break, 6/74,19p with handicap hurdlers 60+ days in the last 5 years…BUT.. when this jockey rides, such types are 5/28,11p.. so maybe a sign of intent, at a course he does well at with handicap hurdlers. The trainer is 0/16,0p in the last 30 days but he isn’t a 5/1 shot, he is 20s. There is enough there to roll the dice for me. A welcome boost for the Festival fund maybe…
Now,that will be all!