Monday 16th July Selections


With the weather playing havoc over the last week or so its somewhat refreshing to see a host of all-weather meetings tomorrow at Dundalk over in Ireland, Southwell and Wolverhampton. Of course as horse racing enthusiasts there is nothing better than hearing the sound of hooves clamber down on turf. However, when racing is at a minimum early in the week and the rain is pouring down all-weather cards are more than welcomed for tipsters and punters alike. There are two types of all-weather surfaces, Polytrack and Fibresand. With the all weather cards likely to mount up in the coming months it is probably worth taking some time to update your knowledge, if you are to endure success punting on the artificial surfaces. We recognise that many of you don’t actually like all-weather racing for several reasons. The quality of races for starters is at a minimum although has developed over recent years. The amount of prize money has increased which in turn has attracted better horses and trainers and thus improved the quality of races. Nowadays you even get trials on the artificial surface, this season we saw Main Sequence impress before running in Investec Derby finishing a five-length second to the invincible Camelot. He ran just yesterday in the Judmonte Stakes over in France at Longchamp and was extremely unlucky in running finishing fourth to Imperial Moarch. His trial was run at Lingfield where the artificial surface is Polytrack. This is also found at Wolverhampton and Kempton. It is a type of sand which minimises the impact of ‘kickback’. It does respond to moisture and wears differently which is why you often hear the Clerk of the course describe it as ‘standard’. This going description often means races can be run at a pace and so when seeking your predicted winner its worth noting horses that are proven over the trip. The track at Southwell is layered with the other type of artificial surface, Fibresand. This type of surface wears more easily than Polytrack and generally produces a far more demanding racing surface. Racing on Polytrack is often compared to good ground on turf, whereas Fibresand is often referred to as a soft or even heavy ground equivalent so it may be worth noting when selecting your horses. The sheer speed a horse possess is one of the most important factors when punting on the all-weather. In comparison to racing on turf where the pace builds up steadily before a climatic finale, racing on the AW is much more uniformed throughout the contest. The AW represents a greater opportunity to bet in play with horses from the back of the pack usually with stamina on soft ground able to suddenly thrust late on from a seemingly impossible position. It is worth focusing your attention on horses with a good draw on the AW as taking up a prominent position early can often lead to victory. Many punters focus on the weight of horses but in reality it counts for very little on the AW, even in handicaps. Although, there are obviously some cases where a horse is clearly being held by the handicapper and so are often ignored.

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Dundalk (AW) (IRE)

1.25 Desert Of Dreams 13/2 1 point EW

1.55 Luckiest Owners 7/1 1 point EW

2.25 Mars 4/7 4 point win

2.55 Wellmarked 11/2 NB 3 point win

3.25 Barrow Island 10/1 1 point EW

3.55 That Boy David 3/1 NAP 4 point win

4.25 Xsquared 7/2 3 point win

4.55 Imprudent Miss 8/1 1 point EW

Meeting total:


2.05 Red Paladin 3/1 2 point win

2.35 The Nifty Fox 10/3 NB 3 point win

3.05 Let’s Face Facts 10/1 1 point EW

3.35 Fieldgunner Kirkup 5/1 2 point win

4.05 Dubai Dynamo 11/4 NAP 4 point win NB

4.35 Danube River 17/2 2 point EW IWAC

5.05 Lady Bluesky EVS 3 point win

Meeting total:

Southwell (AW)

2.15 Stripped Bear 6/1 1 point win

2.45 Poetic Princess 4/1 1 point win

3.15 Upper Lambourn 9/2 1 point win

3.45 Duberville 15/2 1 point EW

4.15 Tunneger Grove 11/10 NAP 4 point win

4.45 Byrons Gem 8/1 1 point EW

5.15 Omid 7/4 NB 3 point win

Meeting total:

Killarney (IRE)

5.50 Plato 7/1 1 point EW

6.20 Galloping Gander 15/2 1 point win

6.50 Cool Metallic 5/1 1 point win

7.20 Happy Anniversary 5/4 NB 3 point win

7.50 Gothen Niece 11/2 1 point win

8.20 Beach Of Falesa 11/8 NAP 4 point win

8.50 Klepht 11/4 2 point win

Meeting total:

Wolverhampton (AW)

6.00 Branson 9/4 4 point win NAP NAP

6.30 Astroscarlet 11/4 3 point win

7.00 Aquasulis 5/2 2 point win

7.30 Levi Draper 4/1 2 point win

8.00 White Deer 9/4 NB 3 point win

8.30 Nimble Thimble 9/1 1 point EW

9.00 Valley Tiger 14/1 1 point EW

Meeting total:


6.10 Cruise Tothelimit 2/1 3 point win

6.40 Emperors Waltz 11/8 2 point win

7.10 Dust Whirl 6/4 2 point win

7.40 Ashaadd 10/11 NAP 4 point win

8.10 Bunkaru 5/1 2 point win

8.40 Minoan Dancer 2/1 NB 3 point win

Meeting total:

Daily total:

Yearly total: +1,125.72pts

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We were created just 5 months ago on a Wednesday afternoon on 4th May 2011 but our idea and reasoning behind GYTO goes back a lot further! We have always had a keen passion for sport, specifically football and horse racing. Originally GYTO was created to spread news of profitable bets through retweeting or mentioning individuals. Almost a funnel echoing key ongoings in the sporting, social and gambling world. However, it progressed rapidly and after developing a few significant sources in the sporting world we began to tweet their selections that they occasionally offered combined with our extensive knowledge resulted in a superb strike rate gaining us huge recognition especially across twitter. We now offer horse racing selections every day of the week that is updated daily. We are always involved in some way or another in any big sporting occasion and will always offer our views and opinions. Everything we do is FREE of charge and is to help our followers to create a profit from any stake they wish to risk on our selections. This blog is used to update our daily level stakes profit & loss so the results are clear for everyone to see.

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