Saturday 27 July 2019

Boooooooooomer + (Results & Preview)

A pretty disappointing week for my trackers and to top it off after all my research Lady Bowthorpe was a non-runner. I had a small Lucky 15 on Fast And Free, Lady Bowthorpe, Striding Edge and It’s Good To Laugh. One to take out of the four was the Clive Cox trained Good To Laugh who was supported early morning and ran a nice race to finish second. I also got a late tracker through and the horse was Boomer who was given an entry for the Listed race at Ascot on Saturday. I couldn't believe the price when I got home and watched the replay on Thursday night. Despite running green Tom Dascombe filly ran on strong in what looked like a nice performance. 

Timeform Early Decs with Preview: 

17:45 Salisbury 27 Jul 2019: 

Ethic looks like being the short-priced favourite at Salisbury but looking back at his debut at Newbury he deserves to be. This William Haggas trained Dark Angel colt was waited with at the back by K McEvoy until making his move and running on strong in the final furlong, it's just a pity he bumped into the well-touted Man Of The Night who looks to be going places for Richard Hannon this season. 

15:45 York 27 Jul 2019: 

Abstemious looks to be another short one on Saturday. Kevin Ryan has given this Mukhadram gelding a Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes entry. Backed in from 9/2 to 7/2 on debut at York, he was only collared close home by the Richard Hannon trained Oh Purple Reign. That's not bad form, to be honest, and he should have learned a lot from that debut 

18:30 Lingfield 27 Jul 2019: 

Cool Sphere is a 120,000 gns purchase for the Cool Silk Partnership. This Robert Cowell colt has run to a decent standard so far this season without winning. The danger looks to be the Richard Hannon filly Partridge who will be looking for her first win too. Partridge looks a nice filly and a price tag of 150,000 euros I would be expecting a win sooner rather than later for this Zoffany filly. The fact that Cool Sphere had been given a Group 3 Molecomb Stakes entry this week gives me hope he can finally get his head in front today. 

13:50 Ascot 27 Jul 2019: 

Hot favourite Summer Romance looks a difficult filly to oppose here. The Charlie Appleby Kingman filly has done everything right so far including an easy Listed race last timeout at Newmarket. I think the David Evans filly Good Vibes could be an each-way bet at 10/1. The Due Diligence filly comes here fresh and has looked a lovely prospect in all her three races so far. The last was her most impressive in the Langleys Solicitors British EBF Marygate Fillies' Stakes at York when staying on well to beat Mighty Spirit. The extra furlong shouldn't be a problem and hopefully, I can get some each-way value against the hot favourite Summer Romance. 

14:20 Pontefract 28 July 2019: 

Queen's Order makes her debut for Kevin Ryan. This bay filly is a daughter of Delegator out of a once-raced mare. She cost 50,000 euros at the yearling sales and races in the familiar silks of Clipper Logistics. A Lowther Stakes (Group 2) entry adds to the opinion this April foal has both a reputation and ability. 

The Saturday Trixie: 

All to play for this week with Sam in the lead after having a 2/1 winner the other week (laughing to myself as I wrote that because that’s how bad the selections have been this month). 

Aaron: Ascot 3:00 - Rip Orf: Slowly dropping down in the ratings but does seem to like Ascot with some decent form figures, including 2 wins over course and distance his last win coming off of 92, (Currently 93 rated) as well as finishing 3 in this race last year, he shouldn't be missing out on a place (10/1 Skybet, first 6)(Each Way) 

Sam: 15:15 York 27 Jul 2019 - Addeybb: 3:15 York - With heavy rain forecast throughout the day it will definitely suit impressive Royal Ascot winner ADDEYABB. He comfortably won the Wolferton and with the man of the moment Danny Tudhooe on board he should take all the beating. (Bet365 3/1)(Win) 

Craig: 14:10 Newcastle 27 Jul 2019: Morisco: The Tom Dascombe Requinto colt made a promising debut at Sandown 22 days ago. Sent off 50/1 that day he was slowly away and ran green. Hopefully some market support tomorrow will give me a bit more confidence that Morisco should at least grab a place. (8/1 Each Way). 

Thanks for reading and good luck.

1 comment:

  1. It's been a long, hot week but there's always a day to make us smile.


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