Latest winners were from Leo, Gaz, and Alan. Well done.If I've left anyone out, I apologise; please leave a message on this thread and I'll update.
Soapy Stevens wins 11/4
Wins with a bit in hand, though Alfred Boucher could be the one to take out of the race.
Golden voice won 11/10.
Johnsons Blue wins though loads of late money turned a 5 to 4 against bet into a not so Cracking 4 to 6 returned.
Via serendipity wins at 11/2.
Nest in the Belmont Stakes (23:44)
Johnsons Blue Hexham 3.45 - i see this has been tipped against by highflying and half shot certainly looks a danger, but ive had a fair look today trying to see a horse i fancied at "a price" with no real joy so came back to number i first thought of as it were.
Only four go to post....Which one, if any, will be the Cracking Nap?
Nap Encouraged 2.15S (that should ensure he finishes no better than 2nd!)
Tim Donworth, the Syndicate’s French trainer, has just has a nice winner at Lyon Parilly. ALPENBLUME, owned by Kirsten Rausing, just over €10,000 to the winner.
Can Boardman do it again? Everything was right at Chester and it was an easy win. Yet you could argue the form stinks as 2 he beat were last next time out at Epsom. I just can't see what beats him. Ingra Tor later is in the Tracker and been well touted. Channons said they thought him better than a handicapper.
Nap 1350 Bath Cuban Mistress
Stable is literally on fire (see Grauniad, old pun). Lots of unknown quantities and backing one with a penalty is often the road to poverty, but I reckon the fav is being overrated. Cue egg on face.
Half Shot - 15.45 Hexham
Golden voice 4.00S.
Invincible Soldier - 16.11 Bath
3.55 Chester - Soapy Stevens
Budarri 1.20 Hexham is todays nap,well done yesterdays winners.
Ventura express nap (York 17:22)
Via Serendipity. Sandown 2.15.
Hamaki 13:40 Sand Nap
Sheer Rocks Sandown 14.15.