Tuesday 14 September 2021

A Quick Look At My Last Post (14th September)

Quick look at my last post. First off was SHARVARA for Richard Hannon, the Kingman colt ran a decent race to be third but couldn’t land a blow with the front two, pretty sure Sharvara will be picking up a win soon enough. WANEES looks the business for Charlie Hills after what was a decent win at Ascot. A perfect ride by Dane O'Neill saw the La Havre colt make his challenge in the last furlong staying on well to win a touch cosy. Nice to get a win on the board. My next tracker was a bit of a mystery and a disappointment to be honest. I did have a decent bet at 5/1 the night before on the Karl Burke trained HYPERSONICAL who is well thought of at Spigot Lodge. I felt confident of a top three finish at least but was soon counting my losses as the Kingman colt never got involved and finished stone last. I’m still scratching my head over this one, interesting to see how the market speaks next time out but I will be very wary betting again after that run. BOUQUET won nicely and my other tracker in the race CANTERBURY BELL is better than that display and one to keep an eye out for. 

14:25 Sandown 15 Sep 2021 

Definitely not a race to get too heavily involved in with plenty of newcomers from the top yards turning up. A couple of trackers in this so I will just mention them. CABRAKAN did me for a few quid last time out when involved in a good old ding dong finish. The Richard Hannon trained Divine Prophet colt was a 20/1 shot that day and I actually thought I had it but Cabrakan was bumped at a crucial moment and that was the end of that, at least I got my each way money after finishing third. He could have more on his plate here with some nicely bred newcomers but if they disappoint this could be the chance to break his duck, really not sure if I will bet as it’s a tough little race. Next tracker is a newcomer and likely to be an outsider here but EXECUTIVE POOL could be worth checking out further on down the line for trainer Gary Moore. 

14:55 Sandown 15 Sep 2021 

I have three trackers here which always gives me a problem. ATHEBY sets the standard here for Jane Chapple-Hyam after finishing fifth here in the Betway Solario Stakes last month. Interesting to see how he goes here. The Richard Hannon trained Time Test colt HOLIDAY was certainly thrown in at the deep end in the Denford Stakes at Newbury last month, that’s a sign that Richard does like this colt. It was a big ask and after being up with the pace Holiday soon weakened, should be more at home here. This next tracker is DAYMAN who was heavily backed for his debut at Windsor last month but was disappointing, I have watched that race a few times and as much as I want to have a speculative each way here it’s hard to make a case for the David Loughnane colt after he finished well back on debut, David does rate this colt and that’s the only reason I may have a small bet. It’s a difficult race to be positive about any with a few newcomers also added to the mix. 

13:40 Yarmouth 15 Sep 2021 

Doesn’t get any easier here, seems to be one of those days when all races look tough. A couple of trackers again with plenty of newcomers with nice pedigrees. I will concentrate on my trackers only. ALVEDISTON wears a first time hood here for trainer William Haggas. The New Bay colt was well-supported on debut at Newbury last month. The colt was up with the pace but faded the final furlong, I say faded but looked eased down to me. I would expect him to come on for that run but this could be a strong race. If I can get an each way price I’m going to give Alvediston another chance. VINTAGE FASHION is my other tracker who I imagine will be a big price for Mark Johnston. Thanks for reading and good luck on a tough day.

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