Today sees the start of three days super racing up at York for their Dante meeting. I would advise that you keep one eye on the weather as at the moment the ground is good but by Thursday a band of rain was forecast.
The Chester meeting didn’t really clear the Derby picture and it will be very interesting to see how Elm Park goes in the Dante. Many fancy Jack Hobbs but if the rain does arrive Elm Park will be very hard to beat.
I do fancy one or two at York today but I’m biding my time as they need good or faster ground. So for Howies Hottie I’m heading further north to Newcastle where the ground is certainly on the softer side.
The selection is Stradater in the 3.25 which is an 8 furlong handicap. The gelding is trained by Richard Guest who landed a massive gamble on Monday with Roayh backed from 11/1 into 9/2. Betting Opportunity clients were informed and were able to get on at the best prices before the gelding romped in.
Going back to Stradater he is an ex Irish horse who has won in the mud and off higher marks. An interesting fact is that normal jockey Jason Hart goes to York to ride for Richard but I will stick with my tip as we have an able deputy on top in Tony Hamilton who is riding as well as ever this year.
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May so far in particular which includes winners at 13/2, 11/1, 10/1 and placed horses at 33/1, 25/1, 14/1, 12/1.
It was great watching the Victoria Cup at Ascot with 28 runners as my tip Hawkeyethenoo at 33/1 tried to weave his way through the field having been hampered and denied a run but always looked sure once in the clear to make the frame and show us a handsome profit.
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RECENT SELECTIONS INCLUDED WINNER AT 9/2 AND 33/1 AND 25/1 PLACES
Elkaayed trainer B.Hills – Set to fast a pace at Chester however on a faster surface he can go close. Might be worth a try back at a mile.
Air Pilot trainer R.Beckett – Hated the turns at Chester and back on a more conventional track he will go well especially on soft ground.
Cannock Chase trainer Sir M,Stoute – He needs a faster surface to show his undoubted ability.
Capel Path trainer Sir M.Stoute – He got a little outpaced last time and a step up in trip could be the answer.
Indian Chief trainer D.Nicholls – Ex Aiden O’Brien horse who ran better than his finishing position indicated. He is very well handicapped so make sure you watch out for him.
Red Galileo trainer E.Dunlop – Ran well in 2nd at Ascot and will improve on that when he gets his toe in the ground.
Emell trainer R.Hannon – Another hard luck story from the Victoria Cup at Ascot and could be ahead of the handicapper.
Storm the Stars trainer W.Haggas – He ran well in a Chester derby trial behind an Aiden O’Brien hot pot on ground far too soft for him. I know Lester Piggott the trainers father inlaw thinks a bit of him and he could turn out to be a lively Derby outsider.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.