Dan Skelton, Clive Cox and Stuart Edmunds are all showing good form which should continue for the foreseeable future which I feel all of us should take note of. High Roller is also in form which should also be added to your notes.
Dan Skelton is on course for his best ever season having been in form virtually since the new season began. Dans team had a small drop in form mid to late November but seem to be rolling back to form gradually now. Close scrutiny to the Skelton yard should be a priority to us. Horses I have put in my notebook are Molly The Dolly, Simply Loveleh and Aggy With It. All three have multiple entries for the coming week ahead but we cannot be certain where they will run without looking at the declarations which as I write are not provided as yet. So watch for the declarations and see where Dans entries are to be taking part. This yard will win a lot of races in the coming weeks.
Clive Cox is finishing the year in strong form after a rather sluggish spell over the early part of the year. Clive has numerous entries this coming week and certain horses in his care interest me immensely. Those of interest include Remembering You, April Wine, Martin King and Perfect Refuge but all again have multiple entries which means we don’t know if or where they will actually run as yet. One thing is certain the Clive Cox yard is going strong and worth following. Clive’s filly Little Miss Lilly really is best when front running and I feel she has to be worth a bet if the draw in her selected race will allow her to get to the lead. Obviously judgement on those factors mentioned need to be considered and accessed by yourselves. I think it would be unwise to ignore the Clive Cox horses for the foreseeable weeks of 2018.
Stuart Edmunds always seems to have his horses in-form and running well at this time of year coming towards Christmas. This year is no exception. Edmunds has several entries in the coming week before the few days closedown until Boxing Day. Horses of Stuart’s that interest me are Molly Childers, Secret Galaxy and A Little Chaos. Check the declarations to see which races they actually are going to compete in and access your interest. I think all three could be winning sooner rather than later. Don’t underestimate the Stuart Edmunds yard at this time of year.
High Roller Racing is also in good form with profit for December standing at 46.73 points as I write so £4,673 profit to £100 per point stakes or £467.00 to a stake of £10 per point.
This weeks winners include:-
MIN – WON 5/4
STOP TALKING – WON 13/8
INCHCOLM – WON 11/8
THE SOME DANCE KID – WON 7/2
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