Free Daily Post: 27/05/17 (comp)

just the micros again…

A King
4.20 Good- Top Tug (16’s>)
4.55 Chest – Sir Valentine (16’s>)
Trainer/Jockey combo – Live Test

2.45 Cart – King Muro (12’s>)

8.00 Ffos L -Still Believing (12’s>)

8.30 Ffos L – Theatre Stage (12’s>)
That is all for today.

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  1. Willy Watch

    The good to firm going has to be questioned with the torrents all over,if the ground had been watered it will soak in,if not will just run off,2 runners today for Willy
    2.25 Petticoatgovernment 1pt win 8/1 BV
    3.35 Downforce 1pt win 7/1 BV

    The early support for Downforce would suggest that the going will change as his wins have been on testing ground

  2. : 27th May Goodwood 6f Novice stakes
    4.25 Madeline, Time Change
    3.75 Elizabeth Bennet, Salty Sugar, Silca Mistress
    3.5 Sardenya
    3.25 Billesdon Brook, Laura Knight
    3 Shimmy Shoes
    2.75 Summer Thunder
    2.5 Missy Mischief
    Preview – Only two with experience here and it looks most likely to be between them. There is also Time Change and a hatful of runners on 3.75 all from trainers more than capable of getting fto winners, so dangers abound.
    I think the Ascot form of Madeline is the best on offer, Billesdon Brook should provide stern opposition.

    Prior race notes
    Madeline – top end of small, typical chunky Kodiac, not looking fully tuned and not fit enough to survive trying to lie up close to the leaders early. Stuck on well 78

  3. 27th May Salisbury 5f Novice
    3.75 Gotti, Joegogo, Midsummer Night, Nine Below Zero
    3.25 Bodybuilder, Mokaatil
    1 Cabanon Bay, Lord Del Boy
    Preview Gotti is all the rage for Noseda who is 1 from 1 with 2yos here over the last 5 yrs and Mosse is 2 form 2 on all rides here. Small sample but a bit worrying for the rivals. Noseda has not had the frequent debut winners he used to have in recent years and seems to have lost a bit of interest in 2yos. In 2011 he had 20 wins and 2012 he had 14, albeit 3 from The Gold Cheongsam.
    Gotti was from the breeze ups and cost 200k so he must have seen something. Despite this I think he will have to go some on debut to beat Jogogo who I noted at 16/1 on debut.
    On that day Joegogo got bumped on the break and was stone last for 2f, then was trapped behind runners and had to end up coming all the way round the outside of the field. The going was good to soft and he appears to have a fast ground action.
    A Hannon runner at Salisbury 2to is always a danger and this race should mainly concern Joegogo, Gotti and Bodybuilder, hopefully in that order.
    Prior race notes
    – Joegogo – Stocky and strongly made, simply a complete size and a half smaller than the winner. He was clearly here to win if he could as after missing the break he was hard ridden for the last 3f to get to a challenging position, unsurprisingly he was then unable to go through with his effort in the last half furlong. 74
    Bodybuilder – A lot of front and middle but tailing off a bit. Like most of Hannon’s this year looking far from highly tuned. Ok for an ordinary maiden I should think with usual development. 71
    Cabanon Bay – Small and downhill, not horrible. 56

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