Members Daily Post: 13/02/20 (complete)

Section 2 (complete), test zone

1. My Tips

2.Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs

3.Micro System Test Zone

4.General messages/updates/new reports etc


1. My Tips

Daily Chase Tips Main (2019: 24/165, 49p +16.8 ) Jumps Festival Tips (2018:+143; 2019: 6/99,27p, -45.8,)

Daily Chase Tips: Main (2020: 2/30,5p, -17.8)

(handicap chases, 2m7f+, C4+)

None, nothing really catching my eye at prices in that Leicester chase.


Best of The Blog? (test: 1/16, 6p; -7.5)



2.Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs



2.00 – Vocaliser (all Hc’s) H3 I3 G3 5/2 S4 3rd

3.00 –

Scotchtown (all Hc’s) ES+ 13/2 S3A UP

Dontminddboys (all Hc’s) G3 7/1 S1 UP


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3.Micro System Test Zone

Chase Angles 2019/20 

3.00 Leic – Caltex (any odds) 6/1 WON 6/1>9/4 

Jockey Angles 2019/20 

3.00 Leic – Leskinfere (25/1<) 20/1 UP


4.General messages/updates/new reports etc



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  1. 4 selections if Leicester is on.
    2-00. Vocaliser 9-4
    2-30. Got Away 4-1
    3-00. Clondaw Westie 4-1
    3-30. First Flow 4-6
    all 1pt win and a £1 accum.

  2. MONTHLY GUEST TIPS (Feb: 2/24,4p = +4.4)


    3:00 Leic – 1pt win Dontminddboys @ 12/1 (general) UP
    4:00 Leic – 1pt win Indian Native @ 12/1 (Bet365, Ladbrokes, BetVictor) UP

    Total staked 2pts


    Robin Dickin is a trainer I have a soft spot for. Always one of the less fashionable names in racing, he makes up for it with a big personality. He has ridden in the Gold Cup despite never riding more than 10 winners in a season, but he learned his craft from a master in David Nicholson, and has saddled over 350 winners since taking up training around 33 years ago. Robin has struggled for form this season, with just two winners since April, but there have been signs in recent weeks that things are coming together, and form figures from the stable’s runners in recent weeks of 26435224 suggest that an elusive winning spree is just around the corner.

    One of those to have shown an upturn in form of late is Dontminddboys (3:00 Leicester – Nap), who was a 33/1 shot when second to the well-handicapped Ultimatum du Roi at Market Rasen recently, and the son of Portrait Gallery has slipped to a mark of 97. The 11-y-o won twice over this C&D in 2017/18, and ended that season by defying his current mark at the now-defunct track at Towcester. Having slipped belatedly to a winning mark, and with his stable finally showing signs of life, he’s taken to get back to winning ways in a race where most have questions to answer.

    Perhaps the most interesting rival is Caltex, who is one of a number of horses moved by owner Mark Dunphy from Claire Dyson to Michael Scudamore. The first three to have run from the new yard have been the subject of strong market support, although a second place is the best they’ve managed thus far. Expect to see Caltex heavily backed having fallen a stone in the weights since last spring.

    Indian Native (4:00 Leicester) is a mare who has shown all her best form on heavy ground, and she can be forgiven a poor run at Fakenham last time when clearly failing to handle the turning track. She is of interest on the form she showed when winning at Southwell on her previous start, and she is thrown in on the form she showed to be second to The Bay Birch at Towcester a couple of seasons ago, which was the last time prior to Southwell that she’s had her ground. Alex Hales has his horses running to form as a rule, and I’m not sure that the form shown by either Donatello Mail or Mistercobar to be second at this track on their most recent outings amounts to a huge amount. I was fairly keen on Cavalry Scout, but he’s shortened up plenty overnight, and is not certain to relish the ground or extra emphasis that will put on jumping. Kingston Mimosa handles the mud and landed a gamble last time, so would be the best alternative at 7/1 in places.

    I may have a saver on the pair I’ve highlighted, but I may also be more adventurous, and have a permed double with two selections in each race, as well as the singles. It’s not the type of bet I’d recommend on the service, but it’s worth bearing in mind on this occasion.



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