A good start to June for our tipsters, with Gforce relentless in front. Well done, all.
If I've left anyone out, I apologise; please leave a message on this thread and I'll update.
Just catching up on comments, I believe I've mentioned before that the the structure of the BHA makes it impossible to run efficiently, regardless of who is in charge. Its very makeup and its organisational 'rules' gives vetos on significant decisions to too many 'stakeholders'. How can such a body do 'what is best for racing' when its members will, in general, approve only changes that benefit them or their section of the sport - owners, trainers, breeders, jockeys, racecourses? Gimme a herd of cats to look after any day of the week.
"Emily Upjohn, slipped leaving the stalls and found himself last after a furlong" - that shows you the Guardian's quality these days
i think Emily was unfortunate today, but glad i thought 9-1 about Tuesday was overly generous, so saver bet landed... Kicking myself about Royal Champion though, of underperforming 3 year olds, went with High Definition and opted for Soto Sizzer rather than Royal Champion. Close but no cigar.
NAP Lissen's Thoughts of June 4.30 Epsom. If there's a more appropriate winner today, I'll be damned if I can find it...................
It always strikes me as surprising that some trainers like Lissen and Gosdens are so good with fillies; I know they have top bloodstock, but even so. I'm also a believer in cycles and perhaps now is Appleby's time
Nap Epsom 1630 With the Moonlight
who ran a decent prep in winning the Pretty Polly and the 18s to 4 places with 365 is one I couldn't resist.
Anyone on the Oaks, Derby, Prix du Jockey Club treble?
2.35 Epsom - Revich
Joe, I napped a late winner yesterday. Cadillac 6.15 at Leopardstown: 9/4.
Mr Yeats - 16.00 Huntingdon
Operating Doncaster 5.33. Ew nap
With The Moonlight EW 4.30E
Variyann 14:35 Epsom EW Nap
Moktasaab Epsom 15.45.
Our local course is putting on an underwhelming card today as a precursor to an “adrenaline-charged, open-air DJ set”. Can’t say it appeals to me, particularly as I am trying to forget that I napped Turntable yesterday!
However, given I can’t decide on one at Epsom, I’m going with D Day Odette in the 17.55 at raving Goodwood.
Oh This Is Us 2.35 Epsom is the nap,well done yesterdays winners.
Blatant nap (14:00)
With some bookies going 4 places. I think Kawida could be ew value at 66/1.
In terms of this competition. I’ll go for Oh this is us. Epsom 2.35 as the nap.
Looks to me like no Ballydoyle Interest for me today.
I suppose the half brother Galileo thing might be of help to Emily Upjohn with 4 Ballydydoyle Fillies to set the fractions up alongside her and she must be nailed on.
Yes. I will say it. High Definition is my nap in the Coranation Cup.