The racing today is terrific. Both codes are serving up plenty of treats and we’ve much to look forward to over the next few weeks before the season “proper” starts on November 9th.
The Market Movers being sent out to my subscribed members each morning are proving to be extremely profitable and, following on from the four-timer that a few placed at Newmarket last Saturday, which paid 659/1, yesterday saw three from the all weather meeting at Kempton winning, producing a treble that paid 25/1.
Things are going brilliantly, no doubt about that.
Newmarket this afternoon offers up some class racing and it looks like Godolphin have the first race bang to rights, one of either LAZULI or PLATINUM STAR the most likely winner.
I’m favouring the latter because of the 50% strike rate Bin Suroor has when legging up Oisin Murphy.
I fancy the same partnership will take the second race, too, with FINAL SONG.
I’d then sit and wait until the last race on the card and back FANNY LOGAN to make it four on the bounce. Officially best in at the weights, as well as being the best horse in the race.
At York I’m interested in just one runner, KOSCIUSZKO….Robert Havlin is riding some winners up north for Gosden this year and when teaming up here have a lovely 33% strike rated (3-9), over the last five years.
This is Havlin’s only ride at York today.
Over obstacles it’s just solid, quality racing. I’m like a kid in a sweetshop waiting for it to start.
It is to early for me to be saying I’d trust my Ratings implicitly as right now, fitness is preferred to anything.
My subscribed membership has been advised of several “market movers” this morning and that is where I’d be looking for profit from the NH racing right now.
If I were to advise of one on this page that is winking at me, let alone catching my eye, it would be THYME HILL. This horse opened up 8/1 last night, was into 5/1 by 5-00am and when I sent out my mid-morning update, was the 4/1 favourite. It is now as short as 10/3.
Have a great day and, be lucky.