Nigel Tinkler, Gordon Elliot and William Haggas are three trainers in very good form and must be followed in the coming week or so. When these guys hit form they do so with vengeance.
Nigel Tinker is enjoying his best spell for some years and we need to watch his horses. Daffy Jane has won three of her last five races and could go in again this week as she has several entries. She has progressed with each run and connections tell me they are looking to get Silvestre De Souza to ride wherever she goes. It’s worth noting Silvestre has won on Daffy Jane the last twice he has ridden her. Bashiba a good horse for the yard last season and will warrant respect if running at Musselburgh on Wednesday off 1lb lower… the horse ran well last week finishing second after being involved in scrimmaging… a winner without a penalty in my mind. Archie Perkins looks one to lookout for at Carlisle as he looks thrown in. Whatever Nigel Tinkler runs at the moment warrants respect.
William Haggas is in very good form at this time as I write. His team are in fabulous form especially his middle distance horses. Jurran is a very interesting animal who has several entries this coming week after finishing second at Redcar recently where he was caught near the line… he is one to look out for especially if he heads North to run. Other interesting horses from the yard include Field Gun, Croque Monsieur and Nomoathaj between them having several entries so we need to watch carefully where they are entered AND actually where they run. William knows how to place horses.
Gordon Elliot is one of the leading trainers in Ireland and is better known for his National Hunt horses but he does sent some runners out on the Flat. So far the yard has had 41 winners this season in UK and Ireland as Gordon sources races for certain horses in the North of England usually Perth or Carlisle but Sedgefield, Hexham and other northern tracks need to lookout for Gordon’s runners in the coming weeks as he continues his search for winners. He actually sent two over to Saratoga in USA recently. This man is not frightened of any opposition. Ignore Gordon’s entries and you could be making a very big mistake. Study his entries as he may have six or seven horses entered in one race then look at which one he actually runs. You must also back those he runs in the north of UK especially with Richard Johnson onboard. Gordon likes quality horses but he also likes quality riders.
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