Free Daily Post: 15/04/18 (Tip/comp)

TIPS

3.45 Ffos Las 

Ballycross – 1 point win – 6/1 (PP/BetfS/MatchB) 11/2 (gen) 

I’ll try and keep this brief…  this one was 13/2, 7s in places when I started pondering and his price has come in 1 point, generally (6s available as I write with said firms above) but I’ve thrown caution to the wind and had a go anyway. 11/2 is probably about right but hopefully he can notch his first chase win. He has been highly tried in his chasing career to date and may appreciate these calmer waters. It is one of the weaker handicap chases he has contested in his time, and he is still only 7. He returned the last day after a 58 day break or so and ran well until about 4 out. It could be he doesn’t stay 3m4f so this drop in trip, and this more galloping track, may be ideal. The ground is fine and I like the fact that Sam is back in the saddle. This one can try and take a fence home with him every now and then but he should have no excuse in this race, with what should be a comfortable pace at which he can measure his fences. Twisters are going OK and father/son have a great record when teaming up in handicaps here. I last tipped this horse back in the autumn on his first run of the season where he ran well but may not have appreciated the decent ground. His mark has dropped a little and for me it is now time for him to deliver. His one win when was hacking up off 121 in a C3 Sandown handicap hurdle over 22f. Off 128 over fences here, having had more time to mature, he should be well enough handicapped. Maybe we will see the best of his as a chaser aged 8 but this is a very winnable race for him, or should be.

Of the rest- well there are 3 veterans who may all run well but I can take on the two at the top of the market given their age. They keep running consistently and that may be enough again here. Behind Time is short enough for one that PU LTO even if there were excuses.

Pressurize… may be worth a saver given we race in hock deep mud, Venetia is flying and he gets first-time blinkers. Those could make the difference, as they did for Saroque at Wincanton in the week. Stamina is a big question mark but these horses of Venetia’s can just keep galloping when on song, and in races like this, that can be enough- as we saw with Uhlan Bute at Ludlow.

I was happy to leave the rest. I would be annoyed if Dr Robbin popped up at 20s. I don’t think he stays in this ground, and is much better on a decent surface. One to watch in the coming weeks as the ground dries out I suspect.

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That’s the lot for today, GL with any bets.

Josh

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  • Hi, I have not posted a football bet for a while but came across two today

    Newcastle v Arsenal, under 2.5 goals, 5/4. I would have thought Benitez will keep things tight at home and prod at Arsenal.

    Monday – West Ham to beat Stoke, 1/1. The home team are strong at home against bottom half teams and Stoke are poor away and are struggling.

    Good luck.

    martin colwell 2 weeks ago Reply


    • Thanks Martin, I excpect Benitez to mastermind a narrow home win, maybe 1 or 2 nil so i’m going to dutch those scores

      Chris Mcilfatrick 2 weeks ago Reply


      • Well done on the win result, I got it wrong re goals. Arsenal do score goals though but their defence is a pantomime. I am more confident about the West Ham win tomorrow.

        martin colwell 2 weeks ago Reply


        • Got 12/1 and 20/1 on those score lines and didn’t consider a hedge or any other kind of bet on 2 1 scoreline which i could have afforded with those prices i was playing at.
          Greed is a terrible thing haha!

          Chris Mcilfatrick 2 weeks ago Reply


        • Hi Guys, As a Newcastle supporter all i have to say is ” Howay the Toon”. Absolute and utter GLEE! We’re now all hoping that Ashley sells up and lets the club move on.Rafa for PM that’s what we ALL think

          Allan 2 weeks ago Reply


  • Sat here (with a hangover!!) watching BALLYCROSS romp home, well done Josh, you are on a roll, as they say!!

    Stewart 2 weeks ago Reply


    • I had a nibble at 11/2, thank you very much!! haha

      Stewart 2 weeks ago Reply


    • Yes, I am backing the tips blind and so another winner winner chicken dinner!

      A typical battling performance for a 3M chase win.

      Well done.

      martin colwell 2 weeks ago Reply


      • cheers Martin, thanks for the beer money also! Received and spent haha. Cheers!

        Josh 1 week ago Reply


  • I see you’ve still got it Josh!! Not just a festival animal after all!! Very nice win today, thanks for some great tipping.

    Chris Albin 2 weeks ago Reply


  • The Toon win and now Josh’s tip goes in. Well i’ve certainly had worse days, Thanks Josh

    Allan 2 weeks ago Reply


  • Good winner, Josh, nice profit on the day. Thanks mate.

    Chris Murrell 1 week ago Reply


  • fantastic tip Josh, race went according to plan, lovely to watch in the pub.

    PAUL EBREY 1 week ago Reply


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