September Stats

Stake – 44 points Loss –    9 points Season to date Stake –  239 points Loss         41 points

Irish raider Hello Sweetie can bag valuable prize

3.55 Market Rasen  HELLO SWEETIE  2.5pts ew @ 25/1 I must admit, I’d never heard of Co. Down trainer Pat Collins, although it’s hardly surprising seeing as far as I Read More

King Alfonso to rule over CD again

2.00 Worcester  KING ALFONSO  3pts @ 4/1 After his 12/1 success in a four-runner novice chase here seventeen days ago, I think Dai Burchall’s 8yo looks well worth supporting in Read More

Doitforjoe can do it over fences

2.5 Plumpton  DOITFORJOE  3pts @ 10/3 R4 Despite the yard being in the doldrums at the moment, they haven’t had a winner since June, Doitforjoe looks to have so much Read More

Fast ground the key to Flashman

4.20 Plumpton  FLASHMAN   5pts @ 3/1  Coral. Flashman did us a favour back in March when running out an 8l winner & from a 5lb higher mark less William Read More

Oliver’s Gold is the choice for first prize

6.00 Kelso  OLIVER’S GOLD   6pts @ 11/2 Oliver’s Gold should be able to outclass this field. Mark Walford’s 9yo seems to like these tight tracks despite him being a Read More

Guitar Pete looks worth a play at the weights

3.35 Perth  GUITAR PETE  5pts @ 4/1. 1pt @ 7/2. There’s little doubt that the move across the water from Sandra Hughes yard in Co. Kildare to Nicky Richards Greystoke Read More

Ask Susan looks to be the answer

4.25 Listowel   ASK SUSAN   4pts @ 4/1 Day one of what, from a betting point of view, has become my favourite of the many Irish festivals. There’s been Read More

A win for The Gatechecker looks imminent

5.00 Listowel  THE GATECHECKER  3pts ew @ 9/1 R4 The Gatechecker looked all over the winner wearing first time cheekpieces in the Galway Blazers handicap chase, a race working out Read More

Fiorach looks worth an interest

4.10 Sedgefield  FIOSRACH  2pts @ 18/1 Fiosrach, which means inquisitive in gaelic, looks interesting in only his second run away from Cartmel since arriving from Denis Hogan’s Irish yard at Read More