Tanya's Blog - 21st June 2011
Being on the committee of the Racegoers Club it pleases me to see Mark Johnston has such a good record in Beverley’s 2.15. The club has one of their horses, Broxbourne, making her racecourse debut and looking at the opposition, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a winning one. Fingers crossed to all those in the syndicate. With Brian Ellison in too hot to touch form, it’s easy to see why Palomar is short for Beverley’s 2.45. Yet with two non-runners he is fluctuating around the 11-8 mark. In reality with the betting forecast being odds-on, his price should be 8-11. It’s hard to decide what to do in scenarios such as these if you’re the punter. Personally I find it best just to walk away and watch the movements as the action draws closer to post time.
A great selection of meetings today, four plus at least one in Ireland is ample to juggle for anyone in charge of a remote or stood in the betting shop, two in the afternoon, three in the evening I can just about embrace that many. Yet there is still no spark of inspiration of a selection, which sometimes is a good thing.
Richard Hughes may receive a consolation pick me up after incurring a ban last night forcing him to miss the July Meeting at Newmarket. He rides Ballylea in Newbury’s 7.15 but I wouldn’t put it past him winning on Cristal Gem at 6.40. Ryan Clark is an apprentice to follow so I would side with DANCING PROMO in Newbury’s 6.10.
As an aside, I went to see the Green Lantern yesterday, it follows the usual superhero movie stereotype, held together by the casting of Ryan Reynolds. Lucky he has some major blockbusters under his belt otherwise this would have sent his career to into the black hole of oblivion. Even with the write up I wouldn’t put you off, but don’t rush to see it.
Finally, nice to see England imploded into can’t be bothered mode in the cricket, they had better wake up in time for India, as they bat down to eleven!
Brian Ellison has had seven winners, three seconds and a third from his last 16 runners
Three of James Fanshawe’s last four runners over six furlongs have won
From having five winners from his last ten runners, Hughie Morrison’s last seven have all been beaten
Ryan Clark has had six winners, a second and a third from his last 14 runners
Signposts flags up that Tribal Myth has won four of his six races at Beverley
From having a strike rate of ten wins from 21 rides, Sam Twiston-Davies last seven rides at Newton Abbot have all been beaten
All Mark Johnston’s seven runners in Beverley’s 2.15 have either won or been placed
The favourite has won all five runnings of Beverley’s 2.45
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