Sep 9, 2018 -- 7:47PM, RozelKid wrote:
Did you put up Francis Xavier after the race as a pointer , PHS ? Or before ?and the forum bug delaying your post?
No RK, I was just commenting post-race on it winning and saying I couldn't of had it.
Sep 18, 2018 -- 2:59PM, RozelKid wrote:
I will do PHS, where are the sources that you use?
I only meant if anyone has a source to glean the switchers from. Mine is not freely available.
Sep 18, 2018 -- 4:11PM, PHS wrote:
Sep 18, 2018 -- 2:59PM, RozelKid wrote:I will do PHS, where are the sources that you use?I only meant if anyone has a source to glean the switchers from. Mine is not freely available.
How do i get them ?
Sep 19, 2018 -- 3:27PM, RozelKid wrote:
Trainer Jean McGregor , 5.15 Kelso- SIERRA OSCAR 22/1 EWShe hasn't had a winner since 2009 - so my stakes are as small as they getJust a few interesting pointers imo - - the 3rd place at Perth in May wasn't that bad considering it was giving the winner masses of weight - been dropped 10lb since too. The winner that day " My Escapade " came out and won again at Cartmel by 8 lengths over 2m6f ...and there are some form-lines that show that it wasnt that bad, thus making Sierra Oscar's performance now look a bit betterIm scraping the barrel ? maybe - but it looks a race where there is much to ask about the majority of them.Small interest only .
Correction- its been dropped 14lb since that run in May - jockey Dave Irving takes off another 3lb on top of that.
Sep 28, 2018 -- 11:18PM, Cork Langer wrote:
A longshot in the Cambridgeshire for interest given it is a fresh horse, has run respectably in the race before and has a decent Irish based apprentice claiming 5lb booked to ride, 3.40 Newmarket Mistiroc 80/1 Laddie's 7 places 1/5th odds.Rider has two other rides, both at long odds 5.25 Evie Speed 16/1 and 5.55 Robero 50/1 will throw them in a patent just in case it's a red letter day for Sean.
I agree Cork, I put up Mistiroc on OLBG earlier - I'm also with your thinking on Sean Davis's other rides with regards to speculating.
I try to refrain from having an interest in races like this - but at those prices and place terms i do think John Quinns 7yo represent good value.
UAE Prince is as low as 12/1 , and Mistiroc is 80/1 which i can only imagine is because of the latter's age as a 7yo hasnt won this since 1992 - but i dont buy into that ...he ran some good races in several hcaps last year - one of them being John Smiths Cup at York when coming a very close 3rd to Sir Michael Stoute's Ballet Concerto. Ballet Concerto then won two G3 races after that York hcap and was on a mark of 111 before sadly dying on the gallops due to a heart attack.
Mistiroc was giving Varians runner 1lb at York in that race but headed UAE Prince into 3rd late on whilst drawn close to each other ...but gets a bigger advantage today as he gets 5lb because of Davis's claim.
Oct 9, 2018 -- 6:14AM, RozelKid wrote:
5.15 Catterick: KODIMOOR 14/1 EW BOGThis Christopher Kellet trained 5yo seems to have alot in his favour today over this sharp 5fHe has proven course form , has a good draw, and is a 9lb below his last winning mark. Jockey takes off another 5lb too , and it goes on any groundIf fit and ready he should have a massive shout - Maybe it is just bit too obvious, lol - if i didn't back this one today and it won i would be a talk to the mirror job
Did i mention its just had a wind op too - lol
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