Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 22nd July 2017

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Horse Racing Preview - Newbury, Ripon & Haydock - 22nd July 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from three meetings, with racing from  Newbury, Ripon and Haydock.

 

14:25 Newbury – Bet365 Stakes  (Listed)  (10f)

On paper both Mount Logan and Spark Plug make most appeal especially the latter who has already taken the scalp of Mount Logan when they met in the Listed Festival Stakes at York back in May. Since then Spark Plug has managed to come on to land the Listed Gala Stakes at Sandown.

Mount Logan has just over three lengths to find with Spark Plug and with only 3lb between them this time, it is looking difficult for the Roger Varian six-year-old to reverse that form. Now I was looking to be in Spark Plugs camp this afternoon, however an interesting entrant here is Hugo Palmers Best of Day who I tipped up when running no sort of race on seasons re-appearance in the Group 2 King Edward V11 Stakes at Ascot.

The drop back to 10f and into Listed company should be a lot easier this afternoon considering he won the Royal Lodge as a juvenile over 8f he still looks open to more progression, gets the age weight allowance.

BEST OF DAYS : 2pt Win @ 9/2 (BOG)

15:00 Newbury – Bet365 Hackwood Stakes (Group 3)  (6f)

Three entries jumped off the page this afternoon in Glass Office, Perfect Pasture and the selection for the race Tupi. Glass Office had to miss all of 2015/16 season due to injury and has been nursed back to health by David Simcock. He was a regular around pattern company until his injury and landed the Group 2 Duke of York Stakes that year.

Trailing back in ninth on his last run which came in the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes triggered the injury, which was a shame has he had been coming into good form. His first run back was very encouraging when finishing fourth in the Listed Cathedral Stakes on ground that was most definitely too much on the quick side. With the easing ground, he cannot be over looked lightly and would not put you off having a small saver each way with him as he has shown enough to still process that ability to race at the top level.

Perfect Pleasure is more miss than hit, Mick Easterby;s seven year old is looking to break an eleven year voodoo which saw the last seven year old to land this race in Fayr Jag. Winner of the Listed Leisure Stakes at Windsor back in May, they decided to pitch him in at Black type level when competing in the Group 3 Chipchase Stakes on the all-weather at Newcastle.

Koropick was the winner that day and despite getting a 4lb turnaround here he does have a lot to do trying to reverse the form with Koropick, however a return to turf should see him run a lot better. Now on to the race selection which comes in the way of Richard Hannon’s Tupi. Fresh from Meydan he ran well back on English soil when landing the Listed Cammidge Trophy Stakes at Doncaster in very good fashion by four lengths.

Has lost his way slightly when competing in black type company when finishing sixth from the Duke of York Stakes and on his last run an excellent sixth in the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at the Royal meeting. Has a bit to find with Magical Memory on their last encounter, but the Ascot race could turn out to be a decent renewal.

TUPI : 1pt each way @ 9/1 (BOG)

16.40 Ripon – VW Van Centre (West Yorkshire Handicap) (0-85) (8f)

Richard Fahey’s Areen Heart has been place consistent this season, his runner up spot at Haydock three weeks ago when behind Calder Prince in a 0-95 handicap speaks volumes on the form table. The fourth Lincoln Rocks franked that form at Pontefract ten days ago, with only a 1lb penalty from that run he should be on the premises under Philip Makin.

Town Charter I fear the most, if Mark Johnston’s three-year-old can bring some of his sprinting form from his juvenile days he would have to be considered. Since being stepped up to a mile he has failed to show that two-year-old potential, however he has dropped 7lb at the weights since May this year and on that I think he will give another good account, Mark Johnston won this last year with Huntlaw.

This race though has been more revolved around top weights landing the spoils, in fact four of the last five winners have carried top or second top weight in the race, and this brings in the likes of Dark Profit and Torrid. David O’Meara’s five-year-old has taken his time to get off the mark this year, but with wins at Carlisle and Ayr he is stepping into unknown territory now stepping up to the new mile trip.

Michael Easterby’s Torrid has left last season’s disappointments a long way behind after two solid efforts this year which saw him land a 0-85 off a mark of 77 at Carlisle and previously ran well off a 5lb penalty on the all-weather at Newcastle in a 0-95. This is a drop back to his relevant class, despite now carrying 7lb higher than his win at Redcar, he gets the services once more of Nathan Evans who’s 3lb claim has carried many winners for the team this season already.

TORRID : 2pt Win @ SP (BOG)

19.30 Haydock – Betfred Follow Us On Twitter Conditions Stakes (Class3) (6.9f)

Kool Company and Jungle Cat for me are becoming very frustrating to follow, I have now put up Jungle Cat twice to go on and disappoint me, especially the last run at Chester when he should have fulfilled his odds and won. Kool Company also has become a frustrating bet prospective, He has not shown anything of his Doncaster win when landing the Listed Doncaster Stakes.

Fair enough he has been competing at higher levels than this, but was a long way behind Jungle Cat at Chester recently and there was just not any excuses for the pair of them, Charles Hills Ibn Malik had his first run when pitched in at Group 3 level when finishing fourth in the Criterion Stakes at Newmarket, he was behind Jungle Cat that day to five and a half lengths off level weights, and despite getting 4lb here it’s hard to see the form reversed.

So, again for the third time I am putting up the last saloon for Jungle Cat, who on paper is far superior to most of these and should, and I hope, finally get back into the winning enclosure.

JUNGLE CAT : 3pt Win @ SP (BOG)

 

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Leicester City vs Liverpool - Match Preview

Leicester City vs Liverpool – Match Preview – Craig Shakespeare’s Leicester take on Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool in Saturday’s final, after both teams saw off Premier League opposition in this year’s Premier League Asia Trophy. The final starts at 20:30 in Hong Kong, 13:30 BST.

Leicester beat West Brom on their way to the final, coming out 7-6 winners in a penalty shoot-out. The game finished 1-1 in normal time, which saw new Albion signing Jay Rodriguez hit the net while a Riyad Mahrez strike helped Leicester level the match up.

Riyad Mahrez scored in the win over West Brom in the Semi Finals Photo Credit: skysports.com

Mahrez again proved how vital he is to Leicester, and showed why they are so reluctant to let him leave with a tidy finish from outside the area. The club are believed to have rejected a bid in the region of £20 million for the Algerian, after he submitted a transfer request back in May.

Leicester have added Hull City stopper Eldin Jakupovic, who will be good cover for first choice keeper Kasper Schmeichel. Alongside the signings of Harry Maguire and Vicente Iborra, the Foxe’s have had a formidable transfer window and look strong going in to the new season.

Liverpool by contrast dispatched of Frank De Boer’s Crystal Palace side with consummate ease. The Reds came out with a 2-0 win, thanks to goals from new signing Dominic Solanke and Divock Origi. The former Chelsea man could not have wished for a better start with his new club, opening the scoring in the 61st minute on his debut with a great strike.

The last time these two clubs met, the score was 3-1 at the King Power stadium. The match was Leicester’s first since sacking Claudio Ranieri and Liverpool were blown away by the Foxes, with Jamie Vardy scoring a brace. However, the match at Anfield earlier in the season was a different story. Liverpool battered the then Champions of England with a 4-1 victory as they started the season in fantastic fashion.

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Leicester have won only two of the last ten meetings between the two sides, losing six. Their last win at Anfield came back in May 2000, with a 2-0 victory. In recent years, this game has served up a lot of goals, with 29 goals coming between the two sides last ten games.

In the ten matches, six of those games have seen both teams score. Whilst the games also tend to be tight, there has only been two draws between the sides since the turn of the millennium.

 

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Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 21st July 2017

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Horse Racing Preview - Haydock, Newbury & Newmarket - 21st July 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from three meetings, with selections from Haydock, Newbury & Newmarket.

 

14.55 Haydock – Simon Landl Born To Run Handicap  (0-85)  (6f)

Some interesting three-year old’s line up here, none other than Robert Cowell’s Storm Over. He looked mighty impressive when landing a 0-75 handicap at Redcar when beating some useful individuals. That race is starting to work out well; the runner up Boundsy went in at Chester last week when landing a 0-80 handicap, the third Flawlessly has also won at Redcar in a 0-70 handicap, Kamra ran fourth behind Boundsy, the sixth place has also franked the form when winning a 0-75 in superb style as Venture Secret won a 0-75 handicap at Carlisle.

Storm Over has not got the pressure of any big races to get ready for, so he will no doubt go well again despite stepping up in class. One I do like though is David O’Meara’s Black Isle Boy There looked something amiss at Pontefract when tailing off, prior to that hit a treble of wins at Pontefract, Hamilton and Ayr. Danny rode him to success at Pontefract, that race has not really shown any light on how much Black Isle Boy is treated here with the only form coming out of that maiden was the fourth-place finisher Sheepscar Lad.

Scorching Heat, Merlin and Think Fashion have all tasted success this year. Scorching Heat scored at Salisbury in a 0-75, but currently running off 84, he just seems to be within the handicapper’s grasp. Think Fashion just held on in a maiden at Windsor, has already tasted pattern company when finishing ninth in the Fred Darling, however, he deserves his chances here but will probably find one or two a bit more forward. The Queen is represented here by Merlin who was denied a third win on the spin when beaten in a 0-85 handicap by a horse that was rated 12lb below him.

Won here over 7f two runs back and Martin Harley returns to ride after finishing second on him at Yarmouth as a juvenile when behind Desert Skyline who was narrowly beaten in the Bahrain Trophy last week. It’s hard to get away from Storm Over, even his time has been sub 70s, best time in the field, but not far behind him is the selection, who despite being 4lb higher he should still make his presence felt here.

BLACK ISLE BOY : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)

15.50 Newbury – Bathwick Tyres Rose Bowl Stakes (Listed) (6f)

Some prolific sprinters have won this race in the past, the likes of Duke of Stakes winner Tasleet, Group 1 winning sprinter Limato, District One Handicap winner Master of War and Darley Stakes runner up Saigon. So, these have a bit to live up to and should be going on to pattern company from this in theory.Who has shown vast improvement? Richard Faheys Simmy’s Chopshop returns after a good second in the Prix De Caen, prior to that running midfield in the Windsor Castle Stakes at the Royal meeting.

He does have a bit to find with Another Batt though who has gone on to frank that run when winning a good Novices Stakes at Ayr. He has a Phoenix Stakes entry next month and he is very well thought of by his up and coming trainer George Scott. Roger Varian’s Madeline won well at Goodwood to go on and run a cracking fifth in the Albany Stakes. A neck behind was a horse called Actress who gave the race a big boost when landing the Group 3 Anglesey Stakes last weekend.

It’s hard when I do like two in the race.  Another Batt is definitely going to run another big race, but my concern is the conditions, maybe the ground might overcome him, but never the less, I am a big fan of the trainer and he is getting the nod just ahead of Madeline who I think can improve again, with the form recently franked in pattern company, she deserves a crack at these.

ANOTHER BATT : 3pt Win @ SP ( BOG)

17.35 Newmarket – Fly London Southend Airport To Perpignan Fillies Handicap (0-75)  (10f)

A very trappy affair, but all eyes will be on Trulee Scrumptious who is attempting to land this race for the second time. She was also unlucky not to follow up last year when just denied. The Peter Charalambous eight-year-old has been a part of the family being with the trainer throughout her career and has built a strong resume here at Newmarket being unbeaten (5-5). I personally feel she is going to be the bet of the day and a NAP.

Best of the rest; the bottom weight here Gleny’s The Menace whose most runs have come around below average contests on the all-weather. She has won on the turf at Lingfield when beating a horse called Tigerfish who recently won. Twenty Times & Safira Menina will have to step up on what they have to do to overturn the selection here, the latter makes more appeal after landing a 0-70 handicap at Chepstow.

TRULEE SCRUMPTIOUS: 4pt Win @ SP (BOG) (NAP)

 

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Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 20th July 2017

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Germany Women's vs Italy Women's - Match Preview

Germany Women’s vs Italy Women’s – Match Preview – Tournament favourites Germany will face Italy in their second group round fixture at the 2017 UEFA Women’s Euros. The Germans were held to a stalemate against Sweden in their curtain raiser, despite dominating for large periods of the match. Italy fell to the feet of the Russians in one of the shock results so far in the tournament. After conceding two first half goals in quick succession, the Italians could only grab a late consolation goal and were unable to get their first points of the tournament.

Germany Women's vs Italy Women's - Match Preview

Anja Mittag has scored 50 international goals in 155 appearances Photo Credit: de.uefa.com

Germany have won the previous six UEFA Women’s Euros and are without a doubt the most dominant force in Europe. With quality, strength and depth in their squad, they remain the team to beat despite failing to win their first fixture. Manager, Steffi Jones, admitted she was disappointed her team was unable to convert their many chances they created, however, no one is doubting their sides quality to find the back of the net against Italy. Striker, Anja Mittag, failed to convert some chances however is one of the most dangerous attackers at the Euros. The striker plays her club football for FC Rosengard and has scored 50 international goals in 155 appearances. Mittag and company will be searching for their first victory of the tournament, can they pull it off?

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Germany Women's vs Italy Women's - Match Preview

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The Italians were bitterly disappointed with their defeat against Russia. Their sloppy first half performance gave Italy too large a mountain to climb against a defensively organised Russian side. Head coach, Antonio Cabrini, has admitted his side will have to take any chance they can get against the tough and rigid German side. Striker, Melania Gabbiadini, will be key for the Italians’ bid to get their first points of the campaign. Often described as ‘rapid’ and ‘lethal’, Gabbiadini will be hopeful to grab her first goal of the tournament. The attacker is the sister of Southampton striker, Manolo Gabbiadini, and she will be looking to replicate his impressive season in Holland for her nation. Can the Italians upset the Germans?

Skybet Match Result – Italy to Win – 20/1

Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 19th July 2017

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Horse Racing Preview - Catterick & Lingfield - 19th July 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from two meetings, with selections from Catterick and Lingfield.

It was good to hit a nice double yesterday after what could only be described as a catastrophe of results on Saturday afternoon with many good bets not running any kind of race.

14.40 Catterick Bridge – racinguk.com Selling Stakes  (5.9f)

I am a strong follower of when Danny Tudhope turns up to ride out for an independent yard and especially around selling or claiming company. He has been booked here to ride Declan Carrol’s Bold Spirit, he has been a constant visitor to the course since 2015 with his form not showing a great deal of (03001001000), as you can see more duck-eggs flying around there.

As for a bet he is not the most reliable, but now enters calculations coming into selling company and will have to show some encouragement and under Tudhope he could go close. The obvious danger is Manatee Bay who has been competing in far better handicaps than 90% of these. He is even money to land the spoils this afternoon, but considering he has not won around here, been placed off marks of 75 & 77 in the past, however i feel he is vulnerable again.

BOLD SPIRIT : 1pt each way @ 13/2 (BOG)

14.15 Lingfield – Read Silvestre De Sousa At 188bet Maiden Fillies Stakes  (11.6f)

Now i was not going to put up a ride here that De Sousa had taken, however when it is for trainer Jose Santos then i think a punt is well worth taking. De Sousa’s mount here is Lady Valdean who was well supported last time when finishing behind Katebird in a 0-70 handicap at Nottingham. Since then the fifth place Tigerfish has come out and franked the form. She has been jet-setting Europe since being placed in France on two occasions.

She is the daughter of Helmet out of the 72 rated mare Symphonic Dancer, I would not put it past her to run a solid enough race once more. A few well trained entrants also take their chances, Charlie Appleby’s Fashion Theory who finished fifth on re-appearance at Sandown over 10f and steps up in trip for the first time. So Sleek was three lengths in front of Fashion Theory and also looks like she will improve under a no doubt hold up ride by Jamie Spencer, who in my view could get Frankel beaten.

The two Nathaniel fillies Nathalie and Tarte Tropezienne are also interesting, the former comes form James Fanshawes stables. Two runs under her belt this year and has equipped herself nicely with her maiden run at Salisbury last time was extremely competitive when finishing fifth.

The other representative comes from Willie Haggas’s yard, she is the more interesting of the two after her good fifth on debut at Goodwood and got every yard of the trip nicely when staying on, but however i will stay loyal to Lady Valdean as she looks to have a race like this on her resume she can stamp with her experience, Tarte Tropezienne looks the main danger for me.

LADY VALDEAN : 1pt each way @ 13/2 (BOG)

20.40 Sandown – Watch Racing Uk Anywhere Handicap

Gary Moore’s entry here Sussex Ranger has come out of his third at Windsor really well,  expected to take to jumping next season, but for now he will be kept firmly on solid ground. Has the weight to turnaround his neck to The Secrets Out, first time over the 1m 6f distance but encouraged he will see the trip out well, Veiled Secret is feared of course of Sir Marks, but with only 2lb between them, there should not be much to make up over this longer trip.

SUSSEX RANGER : 1pt @ 7/2 (BOG)

 

 

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Horse Racing Preview - Chepstow & Doncaster - 20th July 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from two meetings, with selections from Chepstow and Doncaster.

 

14.20 Chepstow – Open Golf Betting At 188bet Novice Median Auction Stakes (6.1f)

This is a strong opportunity for Joseph Tuite’s Kimifive to get on the score sheet at the third attempt. He has been keeping relevantly good company in both his maiden runs at Salisbury which included behind Aquadabra on debut who franked and was tipped up on this blog on Tuesday, his last run saw him finish fourth again with the pointer horse in the race being Three Little Birds who is due to run this coming Saturday after being pulled on his past three declarations.

Probably his best run to date came on good to firm so if the rain stays away he should be winning this under Fran Berry. As for challengers, David Evan’s filly, Time For Wine, should come on from her sixth on debut at Windsor in a very competitive novices contest with the winner Gotti going on to run well again at Yarmouth behind some potentially nice individuals.

Of the newcomers, Tom Dascombe books Martin Dwyer who came off the cold list when winning on Open Wilde for Amanda Perratt on Tuesday, as relation to the entry Redtedd, he is by Mazameer who won the Group 3 Prix De Cabourg as a juvenile to go on to land a Listed contest at three. Despite having a sprint background, I would not be surprised to see him step up as far as a mile considering his genes suggests so, being through the bloodline of Machiavellian.

KIMIFIVE : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)

14.55 Chepstow – Best Odds Guaranteed At 188bet Handicap (8.1f)  (0-75)

Even though Richard Price’s Eastern Lady is stepping back up in class she is taking a significant drop in trip this afternoon. Her juvenile form I think reads quite well, four runs with her best outing coming at Salisbury when four and three quarter lengths behind Sovereign Parade who went on to finish midfield in the Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes. The runner up Julia Dream went on to score at Windsor when behind Heartstone who has gone on to win a 0-75 handicap this year, the fourth in that race Carol went on to win a maiden in good style. The third Ecureuil scored twice at the back-end of the season when winning a 0-85 on the all-weather.

Also from that race, Dubka, who ran second in the Group 3 Pinnacle Stakes behind Bateel, so the top six have all come on including the selection. Since turning three she has had two runs, fifth on return at Newmarket, the third, Sky of Stars has gone hurdling and won a 0-100 handicap hurdle off a mark of 90 recently at Stratford. She improved slightly at Nottingham when finishing fourth to Minneyrocks over 10.1f. Eastern Lady drops back to a mile for the first time, interesting move by all connected to the horse considering she has got further than this.

Now after that breathtaking write up building the horse up, I hope she gives a good account of herself as on paper she has the tools plus a very good 5lb claimer in Mitch Godwin on board. Last year’s corresponding race was won by a three year old, this year the age group is represented by Henry Candy’s Canford Cliffs gelding Canford Tor. He has not shown much to date, in fact on all four runs he has been beaten to the magnitude of nearly fifty lengths.

Now this is Henry Candy, a shrewd stable indeed and can never be written off when sending one in a fairly open race, and getting the age allowance. Dane O’Neill takes the ride once more, but he looks to be hear I think to ride Malcolm Saunders mount in the 4.00. Ed De Giles Carcharias has had two solid runs when finishing runner up on both occasions which included over course and distance last time out and gets into this off the same mark of 62.

Admirable Art might be one of the old school along with Black Dave, but once more has been in good heart this year paying his way with wins at Wolverhampton and last time here over course and distance six weeks ago. To win this he would have to put in a career best off 75. But I will stick with an each way bet on Eastern Lady, she should be a good price and run her race.

EASTERN LADY : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)

19.15 Doncaster – Saint Gobain Weber Novices Stakes  (6f)

This usually turns out some useful juveniles, over the past years we have seen the likes of Blue Point (Gimcrack & Pavilion Stakes winner), Osalia (Princess Margaret Stakes, Nell Gwyn Stakes & Sandringham Handicap winner) and prolific top juvenile Wootten Bassett win this race. Four of the past seven renewals has seen the favourite gain success and Divine intuition should be ahead of the market here for Richard Hannon who landed this race back in 2014 with Osalia.

Divine Intuition put in a good shift on debut when sixth at Salisbury, now two from that race Kimifive and Aquadabra have accounted themselves well since, the latter winning on Tuesday for the blog at 5/2, and Kimifive runs on this afternoon and is one of the selections. Sean Levey is as brutal as they come when riding out for Hannon, never gives up and rides every horse to win, I am not suggesting others do not, but for me he is a very good jockey that does not get his fair share of rides for the yard.

Shooting the Breeze finished sixth on debut at Haydock behind Mark Johnston’s Mildenberger, a creditable run over the 7f index, he drops back to six this evening and has to be respected from a yard that have been amongst the winners this month. Best of the rest, any money for Beatbox Rhythm or Jedd O’Keefe’s Hippeia should be noted especially the latter with Connor Beasley booked.

DIVINE INTUITION : 2pt Win @ SP (BOG)

 

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