Friday 19 July 2019

Treble Treble Impresses For Kevin Ryan (Plus Reviews, Previews And Tips)

Horse racing blog
Timeform Dec Reviews:

The first tracker I mentioned in my last post was the Peter Chappel-Hyam trained Kassab who ran at Yarmouth on Wednesday. I said he was a no bet for me and it proved a good decision in the end. An open show of 10/1 was soon doubled and despite being up with the pace Kassab soon weakened to finish fifth. I might actually be learning as another tracker was the first timeout Hugo Palmer filly Depose who again I left alone and made the right decision again. The Kingman filly was slowly away and ran green throughout the race. I will keep her in my trackers as she could be of interest next timeout. 

One tracker who I was interested in was Dark Lady for Richard Hannon who was in the same race as Depose. I mentioned in my last post that she was beaten by the potentially smart Archie Watson filly So Sharp on debut. Ryan Moore put the race to bed at the furlong pole when Dark Lady came clear to win easily. A smart filly that will run in better races this season but the 11/10 starting price made it a no bet for me. 

Another short one on Thursday in the name of Above. An early morning short price meant it was a no bet for me but five minutes before the race was about to begin Above drifted to 4/5 and the mind started to think it was a good bet. In the end, I won the battle and left the short priced Above alone. Not sure what to think about the performance but to get beat by a 40/1 shot is a huge step backwards considering he is entered in two Group races next month. One positive is he did run on towards the end and time will tell if makes the starting line for them races. 

I have to admit I had plenty of trackers on Friday but it's been so busy this week I haven't had time to even put them on twitter, I wasn't going to have a bet on any of them as most were newcomers but Treble Treble was a second timeout runner, so I thought I would see if this Kevin Ryan colt attracted any support. By the time I finished work and got the betting shop the best I could get was 9/2 but am not complaining after an impressive display from this Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes entry. One bet one win and that will do nicely thank you very much. 


Kassab Unp 20/1 (No Bet) 
Depose Unp 10/1 (No Bet) 
Above 2nd 8/11 (No Bet) 
Cobra Eye 2nd 11/1 (No Bet) (nice run) 
Good Job Power Unp 4/1 (No Bet) 
Dogged Unp 12/1 (No Bet) 
Spurofthemoment Unp 25/1 (No Bet) 
Dark Silver 4th 4/1 (No Bet) 
Ventura Bounty 2nd 5/2 (No Bet) 
Dark Regard 2nd 7/2 (No Bet) 

Timeform Early Decs with Preview: 

19:15 Doncaster 20 Jul 2019: 

One Hart: This nice-looking Mark Johnston Gutaifan colt sets the standard here. Purchased last August for £50,000, he is now owned by the Middleham Park Racing team. One Hart has run twice so far, winning the second timeout in Hamilton Maiden last month. Interesting that they take this option instead of the Listed Stakes race at Newbury on Friday. 

Qaaddim went into my notebook with an eye-catching performance at Kempton last month. This Roger Varian Hot Streak colt was purchased by Owner Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum for 200,000 gns in October 2018. Qaaddim was held up in the rear that day before making an eye catching progress in the final furlong. The winner that day was Aussie Showstopper who has since run a decent race in the Listed Dragon Stakes at Sandown. No significant entries as yet but with progress expected should be in the mix at the finish. 

13:40 Newmarket 22 Jun 2019: 

Arthur’s Court 

The Saturday Trixie week 3: 

With Sam getting a winner last week it's all to play for this week. 

Sam: 3:20 Market Rasen - With form figures of 22112 Gone Platinum cannot be ignored. With the burden of a career-high mark and his first run in Class 1 company Lorcan Williams claiming 5 is again trusted with the ride. This horse is a personal favourite of mine and I think he definitely has what it takes to be in the mix. 14/1 bet365(Each Way) 

Craig:19:15 Doncaster 20 Jul 2019 - Qaaddim - (Write up above) 3/1 (Win Bet). 

Aaron: 2:10 Market Rasen - Longhouse Sale: makes his handicap debut and boasts an impressive 8/8 coming in points, bumpers and novice hurdles, two bumpers wins being over course and distance, he has won all 3 of his hurdle races without even coming off the bridle, he carries top weight but I have a feeling he could be something special and if anyone knows how to win a handicap it’s Dan Skelton who had the winner of this in 2016. 4/1 Skybet Good luck and thanks for reading.

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