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Tanya Stevenson

Tanya's Blog - 28th September 2011

Sorry for the delay but it was another three-hour journey getting in from Sussex this morning, mind you I’m not going to complain too much about low sun as we reach October. It allowed me to listen to various debates on Radio Five Live including the Tevez incident last night and also chats surrounding the Labour conference. Then I nearly called air-sea rescue to locate a Racing Post Weekender! After stopping at about five different places I finally found one in Esher High Street and now I can rest easy when it comes to ordering footage for this week. The publication is a must for me each week - I just wish it was cheaper and the distribution was more liberal.

The better half is on his way to Nottingham today with hopes and aspirations of backing a few winners and also having a good time. I will try and keep this short today as the amount of races and runners are a bit hard to digest especially as many are two-year-old races. CHOKUREI has been running well all season and she ran well at Salisbury last time. It is intriguing that Clive Cox has put her up in trip and her tenacity could get her home in Nottingham’s 3.20.

BONFIRE is a market mover in Salisbury’s 2:00, challenging for favouritism in fact. Andrew Balding has hit a bit of form with his exploits at Newmarket last week and this youngster could be worth following.

There is a disproportionate amount of people queuing up to get on IVORY SILK, a lot more than expected and she is worth keeping an eye on in Salisbury’s 4:10.

 

POINTERS

Saeed Bin Suroor has had six winners from his last 18 runners at Nottingham and has a 57% strike rate with his two-year-olds at the course

William Haggas has had three winners from his last three runners at Newcastle and has a 60% strike rate with his two-year-olds at the course

The favourite has won three of the four runnings of Newcastle’s 3.45

Michael Bell has won Newcastle’s 2.10 twice from his last three runners

Richard Hughes has won Salisbury’s 2.30 four times from his last eight rides

Mick Channon has won Salisbury’s 3.35 three times from his last seven runners

Paul Cole’s last 23 two-year-olds to run at Salisbury have all been beaten

 

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