Sunday 14 July 2019

Dry July (Plus Reviews)

I know people do dry January when they give up alcohol for the month but me I am doing dry July and giving up backing winners for the month. Joking aside when you see the betting bank going down week in week out it's time to start worrying but I trust in my trackers and I feel a winning streak is just around the corner. Before I get to my Saturday trackers, I posted a few on Twitter on Friday that I wouldn't be betting on but would be watching with interest for future bets. 

Al Suhail 2nd

Fantastic run from this expensive Charlie Appleby colt who was beaten a neck by Al Madhar. The Richard Hannon winner was impressive and looks a serious colt for the future as for Al Suhail I thought he ran a great race, and we will hear a lot more about this Dubawi colt in the future am sure. (No Bet) 

Dulas 6th (Pictured):

A 66/1 shot in the morning this Charlie Hills colt was well-supported and backed into 33/1. Dulas was entered for the Group 2 Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot but never ran and according to @paddockinspector (worth a follow as always gives great information) looked like he wasn't fully fit so considering that, he ran a great race to finish sixth and I will be looking out for him next timeout. (No Bet) 

Tammani Unp: 

William Haggas trained Make Believe colt was another big price who was given a nice introduction and I will be keeping in my trackers (No Bet) 

Galactic Glow 5th

One of my horses to follow was a major disappointment in the 14.05 at York. I really thought this William Jarvis colt would give Spartan Fighter something to think about but trailed in a well beaten last. (Win Bet)


Galactic Glow 5/1 5th 
Al Suhail 6/4 2nd 
Dulas 33/1 6th 
Tammani 33/1 8th 

Saturday bets on early before I went out for the day. 

I had an each way bet on Tiritomba who finished last. Another each way bet on Atlantic Crossing who was a non-runner but the way my luck is lately I call that a winner. 

I really fancied Manigordo in the 14.15 at Ascot and had a win bet early on, so I was pretty disappointed to see this Richard Hannon colt get beat a neck at the finish. 

My last tracker was the impressive Dr Simpson who confirmed that she is a lovely filly when easily winning by 7-lengths in the Chester opener. The Tom Dascombe trained Dandy Man filly was available at evens before the off. 

Saturday: Tiritomba 8/1 7th 
Atlantic Crossing NR 
Manigordo 4/1 2nd 

The Saturday Trixie Review: 

Well, I said I hoped we could get one winner this week but at the cost I wish we hadn't. Sams selection Beat The Bank suffered a fatal injury when winning the summer mile for the second year running and is a sad loss to all connections involved with this amazing horse. As for my selection Wild Thunder he was well and truly put in his place in the Group 2 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket. Aaron's selection Burnt Sugar finished stone last in the Bunbury Cup. 

Timeform Early Declaration: 

17:00 Longchamp (France) 14 Jul 2019: Well Of Wisdom 
18:00 Windsor 15 Jul 2019: Fleeting Prince 
18:30 Windsor 15 Jul 2019: Cool Sphere 

Thanks for reading and good luck.


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