Gaz the only Monday winner I can see with Fragrance at 11/8. Well done.If I've left anyone out, I apologise; please leave a message on this thread and I'll update.All the best.Joe
Nap 6.30 Newcastle - Dual Identity
Vadeni won at Evens.
Dragons Will Rise 18:30 New'c EW Nap
Good luck to those heading to Beverley later today.
Off (figuratively) to France for the nap today. Vadeni in the 14:29 at Chantilly.
Early season classic trials...its like a higher class Dundalk/Ayr to me. You figure the "big guns" will all get a few winnewrs but where and when?? At Ayr most meetings you can write down the list of winning trainers - but who wins what? I guess that covers most racing meetings now ive written it down...
Away from that im off to Beverley for the nap Elixsoft 3.40. Winner running without penalty..Prob find one too good but there we go.
No more naps from me for a week as I am off to Spain,I did not think about the Dante meeting when I booked it or I would have delayed it a week.I hope you all have a profitable week.
Sir Plato 1.15Ch
Sweet Bertie - 17.10 Lingfield (nap).
Nap Sedge 1500 Where's Maud Gone
hopefully she'll be in the winners enclosure after my longer priced efforts haven't been able to find the directions there.
Off to Beverley races today (hoping the weather picks up), so any tips would be greatly appreciated. My nap is going to be son and sannie (15:10) Beverley.
Kylie Rules 3.40 Beverley is the nap again,well done yesterdays winners.
I know this is not Aftertiming.
Everyone knows I have said it literally a million times.
Luxembourg never let his Body knuckle down. He was always feeling a tweak and hoping the horror of his aching back would soon be over.
A twit like me could see his bursts of speed were highly episodic and uncomfortable.
Always looking to his place of last entry to the Racecourse. Never enjoyed a single minute of his Racing Life.
APOB tried to compare him to St. Nicholas Abbey yesterday who of course never managed a Stud Career.
Yeats is the best comparator.
I knew my AP Bet on Yeats was a gonner for that year's Epsom Derby as he was also a big framed Horse who needed to flesh out and wasn't stretching out with enjoyment in the Derby Trials.
I think the 2024 Ascot Gold Cup is the Race for him.
I doubt Horse Back Physios are that good to get him up to St.Nicholas Abbey standards although the Coronation Cup may take little winning in 2023.
Kokachin 13.23 Chantilly.
Amaretti Virginia in the 18.45 at Lingfield.
Obviously watch the market for this expensive recruit.
Comrha won at 4/5.