Fantastic Friday


Another decent day on the blog to keep the trend going! BEAUFORT TWELVE won at 15-2 and a second from SUPREME QUEST at 7-5. Looking forward to the weekends racing, yet there is a multitude of racing on Friday!
Love the photo above taken by Martin, sums up English horse racing tracks for me. Check out more of Martin’s photos and tips here.
GEORGE BAKER 1510 GOODWOOD – (nap) (unplaced) he is weighted right up to his best form but has got a great record on good to firm ground with all his four wins coming on the ground over 7 or 8 furlongs. Frankie up too! Must go well.
BERTOLIVER 2010 CATTERICK – (nb) (unplaced) has got the plum draw and his last run, whilst disappointing should have tuned him up! Has won on good to firm before and I’m hopeful of a great run
THIRD HALF 1605 HAYDOCK – (treble) (unplaced) ran well last year and won over 7f. The last run was over too far and too soft. The drop back to a mile and the better ground should help.
I also fancy a little flutter on BELLS O PEOVER 1945 MUSSELBURGH (unplaced) his run last time was very poor, yet has good form on good to firm (3 wins) and this trip on better ground should suit. I’m also going to highlight GLEN COUNTESS 1825 TOWCESTER (NR) I watched him win really well at Warwick the other week and this step up to fences shouldn’t be a problem.
Stats as of 25/5/12
WINS 36/209 = 17.2%
NAPS 12/62 = 19.3%
PLACED 53/209 = 25.3%
WIN OR PLACED 89/209 = 42.5%
TREBLES LANDED = 2

Remember if you are having a wager to bet within your means. These are my selections and I am not suggesting you follow my advice, I only do this for a bit of fun!

 
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