Tuesday’s school report:
A good (if quiet) day on Tuesday, suffice to say that the winners were posted on Twitter yesterday if you want to take a look.
*POINT OF ORDER: Yesterday’s non runner Deeds Not Words is in again at Chelmsford on Saturday – I will keep you posted though at the moment, Franny Norton is jocked up (again) already. Every time the horse was pushed out to 10/1 yesterday it was cut back into single figures by relevant bookmakers.
DEAD OF NIGHT Morning Market Assessment (at 5.00 am) – PRICES UPDATES + 1 ADDITION
NEWCASTLE (A/W): ABANDONED
2.15: Final Attack – 25/1 Betfair/PP/Betfred/Tote) – minimum stake saver – NOW 18/1
2.45: Critical Thinking – 15/2 (PP) – NOW 6/1
3.20: Echo Brava – 9/1 (PP) – Makes some appeal at the price – NOW 15/2
3.50: Compatriot – 5/6 (Generally available) – No confidence in the opposition – STILL 5/6
4.25: Bahamian Dollar – 16/1 (Betfair/PP) – Pure speculation but others not interesting whereby the price is worth a minimum stake investment – STILL 16/1
Additional Wolverhampton entry at 8.00:
IN FORM TRAINERS INCLUDE (Requirement: Minimum 33% strike rate and/or exceptional level stake profit):
4/9—Suzi Best (+45) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Echo Brava (3.20 Wolverhampton)
4/11—Davis Evans (+29) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Bahamian Dollar (4.25)
3/9—Daniel Mark Loughnane (+4) – 2 chances: Joys Delight (2.15 Wolverhampton) & Lord Murphy (2.45 Wolverhampton)
Last two runners have won—Mark Johnston (+4) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Afandem (4.25)
2/4—Olly Murphy (+1) – 1 at Wolverhampton: Compatriot (3.50)
6 runners in race order:
2.15: Joys Delight
2.45: Lord Murphy
3.20: Echo Brava
4.25: Afandem & Bahamian Dollar
A/W REPORT VIA LAST FIVE MEETINGS AT TODAY’S VENUES:
NEWCASTLE (NOW ABANDONED):
Recent Placepot dividends have been good at Newcastle, averaging £290.86 during the study period.
John Gosden has saddled three winners in as many recent visits to the course with all three gold medallists justifying favouritism at 11/4, 4/6 & 13/8. John saddles two runners in second race on the card.
I have included the name of Martyn Meade who has secured three recent victories (4/1 & 3/1 twice) even though the trainer is nor represented this afternoon. It should be worth keeping Martyn’s name in mind for forthcoming fixtures.
A few trainers have saddled two winners during the period, the pick of which could prove to be David Evans (12/1 & 6/1) who saddles Bahamian Dollar (4.25) today which has already attracted some support at around the 16/1 mark.
Be lucky of course but as ever – Be aware!