The ‘one for Wednesday’ mentioned on my Twitter page earlier today is Me Too Nagasaki (3.10 Goodwood) – on offer at 2/1 with Bet365/BetFred/Tote/Coral – as short as 13/8 with Skybet & Paddy Power.
Jeremy Noseda is by far the most successful trainer at this corresponding meeting with five winners during the last five years, all of which were well backed at 4/1**, 7/2, 3/1, 6/4* & 4/5*.
Jeremy had just two entries for the meeting at the weekend but now relies on my selection.
James Doyle has ridden two of his six mounts for the stable this season to winning effect. Jeremy has saddled 24 winners during the last two years during the months of September & October.
Only the step up in trip is a negative from my viewpoint, given that Me Too Nagasaki is well suited to soft ground.
Best of luck if you play….
Morning Market Moves at 7.30:
2.10: Ladbrokes are currently slow to respond for support to Mr Greenlight at 5/1, The ‘same company’ (Coral) are as short as 10/3. Can someone explain please?!!!
2.45: There are still bits and pieces of 12/1 available for Salire who was supported to small money/liquidity at bigger prices overnight
3.15: Relight My Fire is big at 6/1 with Skybet & Ladbrokes (possibly on account of the soft ground)
3.50: 5/2 is standing out for Edward Lewis with PP & BetVctor – as short as 15/8 with Coral
4.25: PERSONAL VIEW – 18/1 Ravenhoe looks too big with Skybet/Hills/BetVictor from my viewpoint – won the race last year, better conditions for Mark Johnston’s raider this time around for good measure
4.05: What A Scorcher has been backed right across the boards overnight but is still available at 10/1 with a few firms…
4.35: PP a tad too big at 20/1 about outsider Strongly Suggested?
2.00: Bet365 are out of their own by offering Blame Culture at 12/1
3.40: Skybet are standing up alone at 6/4 about Valley Of Light – 5/4 generally
5.15: Ask The Guru looks attractively priced at 10/1 with Bet365 & and BetVictor, possibly to small each way money?
5.40: PP and BetVictor a slightly slow to respond to support at 7/1 about Shyarch
6.10: Betfair at alone at 5/1 about Prince Jai – 7/2 in places…
7.10: Although slightly on the drift at the time of writing, Skybet are still best by offering 7/4 abunt Send Up
8.10: Bet365 & PP best at 4/1 about Kitty Boo
8.40: Ladbrokes & Betfred are 12/1 about Red Stripes – 9/1 in places now
9.10: Coral are easily shortest at 10/3 about Fikhaar, seemingly not wanting the projected favourite in their books…
Today’s in form trainers include:
7/23–Luca Cumani (+10) – 2 chances: Manangatang (4.45 Lingfield) & Kitty Boo 8.10 Chelmsford)
6/12–Charlie Longsdon (+19) – 2 runners at Warwick: 50/1 chance Simply Business (1.50) & Kilfinichen Bay (3.30) – Charlie secured a 41/1 double for yours truly on Sunday via my Stat Attack service, nothwithstanding making a definite play for his 15/2 winner Midnight Shot!
6/16–David Evans (+9) – 1 at in the 3.40 at Lingfield: Zain Flash
5/14–Charlie Appleby – 1 runner: Song Maker (7.40 Chelmsford)
5/18–William Haggas (+3) – 3 today: Pretty Passe (4.15 Lingfield), Easy Code (4.45 Lingfield) & Harba (7.40 Chelmsford)
4/10–John Gosden (+7) – 1 chance: Tinted (4.15 Lingfield)
4/10–Ian Williams (+8) – 1 at Lingfield: St Andrews (3.05)
3/4–Tom Tate (+35) – 1 at Beverley: Equiano Springs (3.15)
Last 3 runners have won – Michael Attwater (+25) – 2 today: Station Closed (4.05 Warwick) & Ask The Guru (5.15 Lingfield)
3/10–Alan King (+5) – 1 at Warwick: Lexington Law (1.50)
15 runners in race order:
1.50: Lexington Law & Simply Business
3.05: St Andrews
3.15: Equiano Prince
3.30: Kilfinichen Bay
3.40: Zain Flash
4.05: Station Closed
4.15: Pretty Passe, Tinted
4.45: Easy Code& Manangatang
5.15: Ask The Guru
7.40: Harba, Song Maker
8.10: Kitty Boo
Be lucky of course but also, Be aware!