Its been another huge week for The Gambling Don’s private service as the profits build and build.
It’s now 500 points since we started so get involved theres lots of new contacts in place for the Jumps and The Don and his trusty Binoculars will be on course at the All Weather tracks keeping us ahead of the game all through the Winter. In six months time be glad you joined don’t be sat there wishing you had!
Well my hometown of Newmarket has been buzzing with the very public attack by Luca Cumani on Jamie Spencer in an Australian TV interview accusing “Frank” of giving his horse Mount Athos two bad rides and saying he insisted that he was jocked off the horse last time. Fascinating stuff as the owner Dr Marwan Koucash uses Spencer whenever he is free (which would be all the time if Luca had his way). For me Luca is questioning the good Dr’s judgement here as well now don’t get me wrong Jamie can overdo the waiting tactics and is a dreadful showoff at times but then again his hero Lester threw in the odd over confident ride in his time. Spencer is for me a real talent and one of the Worlds top riders on his day so I think theres more to this than meets the eye and I wouldn’t be surprised if we haven’t heard the end of this. Spencer who has an extremely dry sense of humour has tweeted a picture of an adult man throwing his toys out of the pram, whoever could he be talking about? One things for sure there’s more chance of Ryan Moore doing a stand up comedy tour than Jamie ever getting a ride on a Cumani horse!
And so to the big race of the day in fact the richest sprint handicap of the season I speak of today’s Ayr Gold Cup (you didn’t think The Don was going to duck it for the Saturday Tip did you? shame on you if you did!)
Whats been clear over the first two days at Ayr is that you have to be drawn high or you might as well stay in the bar. So lets take horses drawn 1 to 20 and chuck them in the bin. There’s a huge word for Baccarat who won at Ripon last time. For me he is drawn too low and the ground may be too soft but the horse he beat that day is very interesting. That horse is Spinatrix from the Dods yard drawn 25 and ridden by five pound claimer Connor Beasley. A good claimer is like gold dust in a race like this and Beasley can bag this nearside rail. Take the 25/1 with Stan James and go each way and we have ourselves a real live one to go to War with. The race is at 3.50 so plenty of time to get on, sit back, relax and enjoy a great spectacle.
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The Gambling Don