Malaya

Hi everyone. we have had a very quiet week so far as Sandown was abandoned today and there are precautionary inspections at Ascot and Haydock tomorrow both at 8 am. Ascot has also said they will be having further inspections throughout the morning due to the high winds and rain forecast from storm Dennis. Personally…

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Sandown Hurdles

Hi everyone, the weather has not been kind so far this week and there is an inspection at Sandown at 9 am tomorrow morning. If storm Dennis brings the weather they are forecasting it will be surprising if the meeting goes ahead. We have looked at the only qualifying race on the card and have…

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Eyecatchers

Cleeve Racing tips – we have noted two more Eyecatchers for us to follow and both horses are expected to take their chance at the 2020 Cheltenham or Aintree Festivals. Wherever they turn up they are certainly two horses we need to keep a close eye on for the rest of this season. Related posts:…

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Weekly Stats Total Bets Winners Places Win & Place SR 5 0 0 0% Weekly P&L to £20 stakes -£200 Month to date P&L to £20 stakes -£28 Season to date P&L to £20 stakes -£378 Highlight of the week Nothing from a selections point of view that could remotely be classed as a highlight.…

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Hi everyone, here is our second Cheltenham ante-post tip and he goes for the RSA Chase on the Wednesday. The race is run over 3 miles with 19 fences and is seen as a major stepping stone to the Gold Cup with past winners including Lord Windemere, Bobs Worth and Denman. Probably the most memorable…

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Hi everyone, we had 4 losing selections across 3 races today resulting in an 8 point loss which was painful given the progress that we’ve made recently. Our first selection Cap Soliel was well backed into 4/1 but was frankly disappointing and never really got into the race at any stage and finished a distant…

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Hi everyone, our only selection so far this week was Messire Des Obeaux at Huntingdon on Thursday. He looked a picture in the paddock after over a 1000 days off the course and he was well backed into 5/1 and apparently all the right connections were on course to watch him so they obviously thought…

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Jack Kennedy joined Richard Johnson as another high profile jockey to miss Cheltenham when he broke his leg for the 4th time at Leopardstown on Sunday. The 20-year old was trying to stay positive yesterday saying he is aiming to be back for the Punchestown Festival at the back end of April. Being a typical…

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