Saturday 21st July Selections

ST NICHOLAS ABBEY LOOKS THE VALUE IN A TRICKY RENEWAL OF THE KING GEORGE

After much deliberation we have decided to give ST NICHOLAS ABBEY a chance in the featured race of the day the King George VI. It’s a mouth-watering renewal which even features a 3-yo from Japan, Deep Brillante who is at the top of his game and ready to take on his elders. This morning see’s a fairly open betting market for such a big race on the calendar, with the Coral-Eclipse winner Nathaniel and the impressive Hardwicke victor Sea Moon joint favourites at 3/1. The Arc winner, Danedream, and the Melbourne Cup winner, Dunaden mean the race oozes class throughout and it will take some winning. It was really hard for us to oppose Nathaniel today after he landed us the odds in the Coral-Eclipse at 9/2 but the way St Nicholas Abbey ventured back to form in the Diamond Jubilee Coronation Cup was something to note and he is open to further improvement as a 5-yo. There is no doubt he is overpriced at 4/1 and with bookmakers such as Paddy Power offering money back if your horse finishes second to Nathaniel it makes it easy to look elsewhere. (Photo http://www.live-horseracing.com/Category/Live-Horse-Racing-Streams/)

A bright good morning to you all today,

a look back in the week of racing

It was an exciting week in the world of racing kicking off last Saturday with the Darley July Cup where Mayson romped to victory for Richard Fahey, giving Paul Hanagan his first Group One success. It was a victory that left the sprint division wide open, with a lot of people putting his five-length victory down to the ground. Even so, it was impressive and it was a win to start a superb week for trainer Richard-Fahey and jockey Paul Hanagan who rode four winners at Hamilton on Thursday.

Last Sunday Joseph O’Brien smothered his way to victory on Imperial Monarch in the Juddmonte Stakes at Longchamp where there was a hard luck story for Ted Durcan and Main Sequence, who gives the impression theres more to come. Like Hanagan, this was to kick off another successful week for Joseph O’Brien who rode several winners at the Killarney festival. He rides our pick St Nicholas Abbey in the featured race of the day today.

Talking of Joseph O’Brien and Ballydoyle they already eye up the 2013 Investec Derby as Mars romped to victory at Dundalk and impressed the bookmakers who cut him to 10/1 with the papers headlining ‘Mars Attacks’. In other news, Brendan Powell was injured in a horrible fall at Southwell but tweeted his well-being from the hospital and the injuries were not considered to be serious. Regarding the BHA, they decided to threaten firm action on further boycotts following the Worcester walk over but Charlie Mann and co plan for further protests.

a look ahead to todays racing

The featured race of the day today is the King George VI Stakes at 4.35pm from Ascot. It is no doubt a mouth-watering renewal and looks like it’ll be a battle to the line between the big guns Nathaniel, Sea Moon and St Nicholas Abbey. The going on the straight course is Good and the round course is Good to Soft. The first race is 1.15pm and we will be tipped every race on the card.

There is also jumps racing from Cartmell over in Ireland at the picturesque Cumbria venue where the going is Good to Soft with heavy patches. Racing kicks off at the Curragh at 1.40pm where the heavy going has some Soft in places. A big crowd is expected at Haydock where they are set for a glorious sunny summer evening with the going Good to Soft and Soft on the back-straight, first race 6.10pm!

There is an exciting meeting at Newmarket today where the going is considered Soft. They had 5-mils of rain on Thursday and just a mil overnight. The clerk of the course reported that there was lots of rain on the peripheral village but the course seems to have dodged the brunt of it. The course does dry impressively but there is a limited breeze today and the sun will be doing most of the drying. In twelve seasons he has never witnessed water lying on the airfield, suggesting the ground is saturated in places. Going remains Soft and it will take some time to fully-dry out.

There is also racing from Lingfield this evening where the going is Good to Soft on the turn and standard on the all weather. Market Rasen hold an intriguing card today with the featured race the Summer Plate, one of the biggest Summer Jumps races of the season, 1.45 start. Finally racing from Ripon where it is Good to Soft starting at 1.55pm. An extremely busy day for us as you can imagine and we will do our best to get all tips up as early as possible.

GYTO lucky 15

MARKET RASEN 2.15 AWAYWITHTHEGREYS 11/4 Fell

ASCOT 2.45 CHIL THE KITE 3/1 Won

RIPON 3.40 GUARANTEE 6/4 Won

MARKET RASEN 4.40 BALLYBOUGH GORTA 6/4 2nd

todays lucky 15 pays £242.14 with @BoyleSports for a £1 WIN (inc. £15 stake)

Bet here – http://goo.gl/6zZ3e

GYTO daily double

CARTMEL 3.00 INAMALABALUSALOON 7/2 Won

RIPON 4.20 MUFFIN MCLEAY 11/4 Won

todays daily double pays 12/1 with @BoyleSports

Bet here – http://goo.gl/6zZ3e

Ascot

1.35 Lindoro 9/1 1 point EW 14th -2pts, Sohraab 20/1 1 point EW 23rd -2pts

2.10 Letstalkaboutmoney 16/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts

2.45 Chil The Kite 3/1 NAP 4 point win NAP Won +12pts

3.20 Questioning 7/1 1 point EW 7th -2pts

3.55 Lightning Cloud 9/1 1 point EW 21st -2pts, Van Ellis 18/1 1 point EW 24th -2pts

4.35 St Nicholas Abbey 5/1 3 point win 3rd -3pts

5.10 Gospel Choir 9/2 NB 3 point win Won +13.5pts

14-23-4-1-7-21-24-3-1

Meeting total: +10.5pts

Market Rasen

1.45 Ctappers 10/3 2 point win Won +6.67pts

2.15 Awaywiththegreys 11/4 NB 3 point win NB Fell -3pts

2.50 Local Hero 7/1 1 point EW Won +8.75pts

3.25 I Have Dreamed 11/1 1 point EW Won +13.75pts

4.00 Compton Blue 9/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts

4.40 Ballybough Gorta 6/4 NAP 4 point win 2nd -4pts

5.15 The Darling Boy 6/1 2 point win 2nd -2pts

1-F-1-1-4-2-2

Meeting total: +18.17pts

Ripon

1.55 Tricky Madam 9/4 2 point win 2nd -2pts

2.30 Rosdhu Queen 5/1 1 point win Won +5pts

3.05 Icy Blue 15/2 1 point win IWAC 8th -1pt

3.40 Guarantee 6/4 NAP 3 point win Won +4.5pts

4.20 Muffin McLeay 11/4 NB 3 point win Won +8.25pts

4.55 Art Form 5/1 1 point win 4th -1pt

5.30 Honoured 9/2 1 point win Won +4.5pts

6.05 Sinatramania 10/1 1 point EW 10th -2pts

2-1-8-1-1-4-1-10

Meeting total: +16.25pts

Newmarket

2.00 Charlotte Rosina 4/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

2.35 Steps 7/2 2 point win Won +7pts

3.10 Dorcas Lane 5/1 1 point win 2nd -1pt

3.45 Vainglory 11/2 NAP 3 point win 2nd -3pts

4.25 Country Western 7/1 1 point win 3rd -1pt

5.00 Cathedral 2/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

5.35 Dark Stranger 2/1 NB 3 point win 2nd -3pts

3-1-2-2-3-3-2

Meeting total: -5pts

Cartmel

2.25 Foundry Square 3/1 NB 3 point win Won +9pts

3.00 Inamalabalusaloon 7/2 NAP 3 point win Won +10.5pts

3.35 Fog Patches 5/2 2 point win 3rd -2pts

4.10 Moulin De La Croix 4/1 1 point win 3rd -1pt

4.50 Hawkhill 6/1 1 point win 2nd -1pt

5.25 Lieutenant Miller 8/1 1 point EW PU -2pts

5.55 Desolait 11/4 2 point win Won +5.5pts

1-1-3-3-2-PU-1

Meeting total: +19pts

Curragh (IRE)

2.05 Starbright 2/1 NB 3 point win 2nd -3pts

2.40 Einteins Folly 2/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

3.15 Battleoftheboyne 6/1 1 point win 2nd -1pt

3.45 Takar 1/7F No Bet Won

4.15 Fionnuar 9/2 2 point win Won +9pts

4.45 Custom Cut 11/4 2 point win Won +5.5pts

5.15 Ebazan 4/6 NAP 4 point win 4th -4pts

2-3-2-1-1-1-4

Meeting total: +4.5pts

Lingfield

6.15 Yellow Mountain 11/4 3 point win 7th -3pts

6.45 Tough Lady 4/1 2 point win 6th -2pts

7.15 Golden Compass 7/1 2 point win Won +14pts

7.45 Potentiale 9/2 2 point win 3rd -2pts

8.15 Munsarim 11/4 NAP 3 point win Won +8.25pts

8.45 Lashyn 11/4 NB 3 point win 10th -3pts

7-6-1-3-1-10

Meeting total: +12.25pts

Haydock

6.30 Ishi Honest 9/2 2 point win 4th -2pts

7.00 Cosmic Moon 7/1 1 point win 4th -1pt

7.30 Cape Rising 5/1 1 point win Won +5pts

8.00 French Press 4/1 NB 4 point win 5th -4pts

8.30 Lethal Force 4/5 NAP 4 point win 2nd -4pts

9.00 Silvas Romana 8/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts

4-4-1-5-2-4

Meeting total: -8pts

Daily total: +67.67pts

Yearly total: +1,174.96pts

We participate in @Bet_Share Twitter NAPs. It’s a tally that consists of several online tipsters who are ranked depending on the success of three categories that are listed below. To view this league on online tipsters simply follow the link http://bet-share.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=997

NAP – best bet of the day

NB – next best bet of the day

IWAC – in with a chance

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