Wednesday 31 August 2022

Wednesday's 2YO Thoughts (31st August)

Quick review of my last post, it was that long I'm struggling to remember.

The first tracker I fancied was Crystallium for the Tom Clover team, when the money's down it's time to get on, well I was about to have a nice bet on the Expert Eye filly last Thursday at 7/2 but it changed as I was about to hit the button, spanner in the works and by the time I'd made my mind up she went shorter. Crystallium won nicely in the end and a missed opportunity, I had a few quid on but nothing major after indecisiveness cost me.

The 13.43 at Ffos Las was another fuck up as Mustajaab who I had my eye on was hammered and another one missed, the Tasleet colt won well for trainer William Muir.

My biggest bet was Atomic Impact at Carlisle for Karl Burke. I got an each way price so threw a few quid on, managed to hang on for a place in the end to sum my day up.

Few trackers coming up in the next few days.

Lingfield 14.00 Wed 31 August

One tracker in this and the price didn't last long. The favourite Harry Brown has been consistent but can't quite get his head in front for trainer David Simcock, today could be the day but I've taken a chance on tracker Sporting Hero for George Boughey who won this race last year with Sassy Rascal. Sporting Hero is a 70,000 gns Breeze-up purchase who made his debut at Newmarket last month, not fancied in debut going off 20/1 in what wasn't a bad race, very keen at the off and brought into the race by Spencer until being left a furlong to go by a few decent types. This looks a bit easier and I couldn't resist an each way at 8s when the betting opened.

Haydock 14.40 September 1st

I imagine tracker Sakheer will be all the rage here and rightly so after coming second on debut at Windsor to the well regarded Magical Sunset for the Hannon team. Sakheer is a 550,000 euro Zoffany colt trained by Roger Varian and looks one to follow in the future. My other tracker deserves a second chance after flopping on debut. I imagine Capital Offence will be a price for the Edward Bethell yard after coming eighth of nine at Ayr last  month, sent off favourite and clearly thought better, I'm no expert but looked uneasy on the track and I'm hoping a little each way speculative could at least get me place money here. The 88,000 gns Acclamation colt has a nice pedigree and is well regarded.

Haydock 15.10 

Castle Way looks hard to beat here. One tracker I Still Have Faith here. Could be a each way bet here after running better last time out. No.tracker but the form of Paisano looks decent and if I can get an each way for the Ralph Becket trained Dubawi colt.

Salisbury 14.20 

It doesn't get easier with a nice looking race here. One tracker Roman Spring for Richard Hannon and Dobbs. Away well and on the inside for most of the race tanking along, I'm not sure the Caravaggio colt would have won but getting blocked in didn't help, should come on plenty here and another tracker I'm looking forward to seeing, tough race but hoping for an each way price.

Good luck and thanks for reading.

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