Tanya's Blog - 21st January 2011
Once again the weather continues to play havoc with both Haydock and Wincanton forced to have a look, albeit precautionary tomorrow morning. We’ve lost Catterick today so I’ve tried to dig out some pointers on the All Weather and Mark Johnston seems to be dominating with a 100% strike rate with his last six runners.
I love going for horses having quick runs and Orpens Peach falls right into that category if allowed to take his chance at 4.35, he won at Wolverhampton yesterday and only has a six pound penalty to defy. Barodine and Carter look set for the forecast at 5.35, then it is up to you if you think Mark Johnston can make it seven from seven at 6.05 with Elusive Love.
As for movers, Tower has been backed in to virtual favouritism in Lingfield’s 1.25, Peace Corps will be circling around the evens mark at 1.55. If Chepstow gets the green light it is worth looking out for Tom O'Tara who is being backed in the 3.55
Watching the cricket it continues to be one of the great wonders that Marsh is not selected more for Australia, he was allowed to play once on the tour here last year and scored a hatful of runs and the only other time I have seen him was this morning when he soon rattled up a century and even then he isn’t in the Aussies world cup squad.
Mark Johnston’s last six runners have all won, his only runner today is at Wolverhampton, Elusive Love at 6.05
Stuart Williams has had four winners and two thirds from his last nine runners
Jeremy Noseda has had three winners, a second and a third from his last six runners
Michael Jarvis has had eight winners from his last 16 runners at Wolverhampton
Giles Bravery has had four winners from his last six runners at Wolverhampton
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