Free Daily Post: 04/07/17 (complete)

micro angles + members test micros….


Trainer/Jockey Combo –  Live Test

7.50 Strat – Icanmotor (12/1<)



Nothing much else today,  I have repeated some of the ‘test micros’ from the Members’ post..

July Trainer (any odds)

4.00 Ham – Addicted To You 2nd


Jockey Course+Distance Specialists 

2.45 Bright-

Swilly Sunset (any odds) WON 6/5

Welsh Inlet (any odds, 9/1< best) UP

3.45 Bright – Master Of Heaven (any odds) UP


There seems to be some money around for Addicted To You, who may enjoy this return to further. Still lightly races. Swilly Sunset may take all the beating in the 2.45 but is short enough for one having his first start at this unique track for me. A hold up horse also. Welsh Inlet – i was a bit on the fence with him as he is a TTP Flat qualifier also. I considered ‘tipping’ him in the Members’ post but left him- but he drops back in class here and moves back up in distance. There is also a chance he tries to make all. His age was a niggle as was the fact there are a handful of unexposed/lightly raced ones in here. But it is a poor level and you never know. He ran well here two starts ago and a repeat of that probably puts him in the mix. I was a bit on the fence.

Master of Heaven looks interesting returned back to this CD and C6, which he won over two starts ago. He couldn’t follow up in a Newbury C5 but I can’t think this race is anywhere near as strong as that.He also looks likely to try and make all again and if he can set his own fractions may return to the winners enclosure. An interesting bunch. These systems are being tested live so we shall see how they get on over time.


That’s all for today.


Post Comments

Do join in the conversation below, we're a friendly bunch.. all questions welcome, and do share your selections or thoughts

One Response

  1. Claimer Review.
    Yesterdays race was a perfect example of how jockeyship and pace can make all the difference
    in a low grade races.

    Doubtful stayer Joey’s Destiny was ridden with restraint by his very inexperienced
    7lb claiming Apprentice William Cox.
    Obviously under orders from connections, he picked up the pieces when Sophisticated Heir,
    who was ridden by the more experienced Kieran Shoemark fell apart in the final furlong
    after being on the front end of a suicidal pace for the grade.

    The horse should have won and with a more restrained ride would have but
    nothing stops a horse faster than blazing off to quickly
    always a danger when playing on apprentice ridden horses, that they will get the pace wrong
    but if the two horses met again on the same weight terms over the same c/d but were both ridden
    by Pros I would be very strongly with Sophisticated Heir.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *