Tanya's Blog - 21st May 2011
Overdose is drifting, I can’t believe it, he could touch 3-1 very shortly or even bigger. Massive value in my eyes but I have been out of form lately. OVERDOSE is one of my selections today, he’ll lead all the way, burning off all his rivals. OK his form doesn’t amount to much but in recent years the sprinting category in Britain hasn’t been the strongest, often dominated by just one horse.
Take out Overdose and many are giving due consideration to Sole Power, a horse that those same people weren’t even willing to take 100-1 in a Nunthorpe not so long ago. Last time Kingsgate Native visited the winners enclosure was in this race 12 months ago, he has met with many defeats since. Markab needs another furlong and another month before he starts showing his best form. Tangerine Trees could contest early but the value could be with both three-year-olds, Stone Of Folca and New Planet. Particularly the latter seeing as though John Quinn, his trainer has just started to fire in the winners, Hawk Mountain won for Nick Luck last night.
Another sprint that has taken my eye is York’s 3.40 where I am going to combine BARNEY MCGREW, SWISS FRANC and JOHANNES, who were all held up in their runs last time at the Knavesmire, at least one or two of the three could burst through late for a win and perhaps a forecast.
Keiren Fallon has had five winners and two seconds from his last ten rides
13 of the last 16 winners of the nomadic Temple Stakes have been in the first four in the betting
Borderlescott is 0 from 5 at Haydock
The last TEN winners of the Silver Bowl at Haydock have been in the first three in the betting
The lower drawn horses have won the last six runnings of the Silver Bowl (3 6 4 4 8 3 were the stall numbers of those winners)
Horses priced 16-1 or bigger are 0 from their last 84 runners in the Silver Bowl
13 of the last 16 winners of the Silver Bowl have won on either of their last two starts
The last 9 winners of the Irish 2000 Guineas had all run in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket
12 of the last 15 winners of the Irish 2000 Guineas were single figure prices
Aidan O’Brien has won the Irish 2000 Guineas six times, five of those winners had previously won at the course
Aidan O’Brien is the only Irish trainer to have won the Irish 2000 Guineas in the last 15 years
Goodwood’s 2.15 has been run five times with the favourite winning on four of those occasions
Nine of the last ten winners of York’s 3.40 have been aged four or five
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