Eyecatchers

Hi, Makthecat ran poorly for us earlier in the week. He may need to come back to eight furlongs or shorter to show any form or he just may not be any good? We shall see where he turns up next. Another eyecatcher of ours runs on Saturday. A horse that his trainer thinks has…

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Another eyecatcher runs on Tuesday at Wolverhampton and is a potential each way bet. The details are below and so take a look.   Ready Freddie Go was a non runner on Monday.  

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Hi, Ready Freddie Go won for us the other day easily enough. He was readily available at 13/8. His SP was 11/8 and we will record it at 6/4 as that was the odds stated in the alert we sent out. We finished an abridged July 7 points up for the three eye catchers that…

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Eyecatchers

Our eyecatcher last Sunday did not hit the minimum price for a bet and so did not qualify. Tiger Crusade went off a ridiculous 6/4 in a competitive class 3 handicap. Our value approach of not betting in this instance unless 4/1 was available paid off, as Tiger Crusade was beaten into third place. The…

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Eyecatchers

Hello, we have another two eyecatchers to follow this 2020 flat season. We expect both to pay their way at class three and below. So take a look and see what you think. As always, when they are running in a qualifying race we will let you know in advance and whether it is a…

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Hi there, we have another eyecatcher running on Saturday at Newbury in a class five handicap. Our Eyecatchers will be restricted to horses that run in class three races or lower. Our aim is to get winners at these lower grades where the racing may be less competitive but can still provide value at the…

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Hi there, we have our first eyecatcher for this flat season running at the evening meeting at Haydock Park on Friday, in a competitive class five handicap. Read on to see in which race it is running in and whether we rate it a bet… Best wishes, The team at Cleeve

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Eyecatchers

We are back with two eye catchers who we think can pay their way in 2020 on the flat. Our approach will be to look for winners at class three to seven. We feel that races at these levels will be less competitive but still provide value in regard to odds available. So take a…

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