Apologies today but aside from the work I had already completed by yesterday, medics have told me I must have the rest of today off, having checked my blood pressure yesterday which read 211/169. They refused to let me go home before taking some medication whilst waiting in the rest area for the figures to drop. Feeling pretty rough this morning – I think they have a point – back on Friday hopefully, refreshed and ready to take on the opposition. Beverley analysis follows this message on my Twitter page today. Best of luck guys.
BEVERLEY (THURSDAY) – 36 races – 10 winning favourites – 29/36 winners scored at a top price of 9/1
9 winners over the course of the two day meeting–Mark Johnston (5 winners on the second day of the corresponding fixture) – 2 runners declared for Thursday: Go Now Go Now (2.40) & Napeta (5.10) – Mark’s winners scored at 4/1-7/2-3/1-5/2–2/1*-7/4*-7/4*-5/6*-1/2*. For the record, the first of four runners saddled by Mark at the track yesterday won at 3/1.
5 winners over the course of the two day meeting: Tim Easterby (3 winners on the second day during the study period) – 6 runners declared for Thursday: Bee Ina Bonnet (2.40), Poet’s Dawn & Ventura Quest (3.10), Attention Seeker (4.40), Four Wishes (5.10) & Relight My Fire (5.40) – Tim’s winners scored at 16/1-14/1-7/1-9/2-5/2*
At the time of writing, Crosse Fire was still engaged in the 4.10 – have a look at yesterday’s stat for Scott Dixon’s runner – can only produce a better effort here than was the case on Wednesday – small stake advised if you are going to play.
SALISBURY (THURSDAY) – 35 races – 15 winning – All 35 winners scored at a top price of 10/1
7 winners over the course of the two day meeting–Clive Cox (five winners on the first day) – 1 runner on Thursday: Autumn Leaves (1.50) – Clive’s winners scored at 9/2-4/1-4/1-3/1**-11/4*–15/8*-Evens*
WEATHER REPORT FROM THE WEST: There was plenty of wet weather overnight, though this should have cleared the area by the time that Salisbury declared their findings this morning. The rain may well have deposited some of the wet stuff at Fontwell during the night as well (should have stopped by now), so best check the conditions later today.
Apologies again – be lucky but as always, be aware!