Saturday 6th October Selections


The ‘Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe’ has dominated our news feed all week on twitter, and understandably so with the Group One race altering in complexion on more than one occasion. Early in the week we were hit with the disappointing news that last years victor, Dandream would miss the race having been placed in quarantine. The Cologne racecourse, where Peter Schiergen’s prolific mare is stabled, had to be shut down for three months after a horse tested positive for a serious equine infection of the blood. With Danedream out punters latched onto Nathaniel, having been so narrowly denied in his repeat bid for the King George at Ascot. John Gosden’s Nathaniel has been a horse close to our hearts over the last couple of seasons. He did us proud in July as we celebrated Eclipse day with Coral. GYTO got behind the four-year-old as he landed a remarkable victory defying Frankie on the short favourite Faarh. It was a real gutsy performance from both horse and rider as Buick demonstrated just how good he is. Focus back to the Longchamp however, and as we started to piece together the complicated puzzle that is the Arc, it was quickly apparent that we couldn’t have him on side. Despite running over his optimum trip and holding his form well this season, the way Snow Fairy brushed him aside in the Red Mills Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown imprinted in the mind. Snow Fairy has had an eventful career and finished a five-and-a-quarter-length third to Danedream in the Arc last season. Unfortunately she was badly injured and at one point, it was suspected she would struggle to race again. However, in August she made her comeback and some comeback it was winning the Darley Prix Jean Romanet, a Group One race in Deauville, by three-quarters-of-a-length to Izzi Top. The way she eased into that race overcoming traffic problems, laid down her mark and let others know Snow Fairy was back. She confirmed this in the Red Mills Irish Champion Stakes swamping Nathaniel convincingly late on. However, like Danedream, she would not run in this years Arc. The five-year-old, referred to as the rags-to-riches mare of European racing, will miss the race and be turned out for the remainder of the year after heat was detected in a foreleg after a training spin last Saturday. At this stage, the Japanese star Orfevre was the market principal, and deservedly so with the best form in the book. Nathaniel was a clear second favourite and with connections of CAMELOT undecided as to whether he would run it looked an easy decision for GYTO. However, yet another swing was to come the way of the Arc as Nathaniel, like Snow Fairy and last years winner Danedream, would not go to post on Sunday. The four-year-old colt, trained by John Gosden, was confirmed an absentee from Europe’s premier middle-distance race after returning unsatisfactory blood tests when he was found to have had a temperature. It was another huge blow to the Arc line-up and again only further complicated matters. News then began to emerge that Aidan O’Brien was keen on running CAMELOT and this news was to be confirmed late afternoon on Thursday. Support began to flood in for the outstanding three-year-old as he began challenging for favouritism. CAMELOT was all the rage, and we couldn’t avoid it. Having been ridden more prominently in his bid for the triple crown he would have been a short, solid favourite for Sunday’s Group One. There is a lot to debate regarding the St Leger and quite simply not enough time. Many argue CAMELOT‘s stamina didn’t hold out, but you have to feel he was given far too much to do late on with Encke grabbing first run. The draw for the Arc was made yesterday afternoon and it came at huge delight for CAMELOT backers as he was given stall five – a significant low draw. Orfevre, however, was drawn in the sky in stall eighteen. With that statistic that no horse has won from a double-digit stall since 2003 large in the memory, coupled with the fact CAMELOT is forgiven for the St Leger, however you look at it, has a live chance. He was smashed into 5/2 favourite at one stage yesterday but has eased in the market slightly. There are some that will oppose him, and given Aidan O’Brien’s stat in the race may have some solid reasoning – he has had twenty-one attempts at the race all having failed. However, the ground is looking like it will come up fine (not too soft) and the draw is ideal, and we cannot oppose him at 3/1. With Frankie Dettori taking the ride, a man who has rode in the Arc on twenty-five occasions winning it three times, there can be no excuses. With our decision all but made up, Great Heavens added an extra spice in an already hot mix as she was supplemented for the race on Thursday. She was added to the betting as a 12/1 shot having won her Group One – the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh, so convincingly with an impressive turn of foot, going away in the dying stages. Like CAMELOT, she has a welcomed, low draw and has solid form in the book for softer ground (if the rain comes). She is lightly raced, a full sister to the absent Nathaniel, and William Buick takes the ride. She is definitely the value in the race with our original each way pick, Shareta, given a disastrous draw. (Photo – GREAT HEAVENS sprinting to success in the Group One Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh.


(Photo – CAMELOT missing out on triple crown bid to Encke in the St Leger


ASCOT 2.30 CAMBORNE 4/1 2nd


ASCOT 3.05 SOUL 4/1 2nd

NEWMARKET 4.25 VOW 11/4 6th

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GOWRAN PARK 2.15 TOP MAN MICHAEL 10/11 non runner

Longchamp (FR)

11.55 Tenenbaum 53/10 NB 3 point win 3rd -3pts

12.30 Highland Knight 5/1 2 point win 5th -2pts

1.00 Cirrus Des Aigles 5/4 NAP 4 point win Won +5pts

1.30 Shirocco Star 3/1 2 point win 2nd -2pts


Meeting total: -2pts


1.40 Flashheart 7/2 3 point win 9th -3pts

2.15 Broadway Duchess 18/1 1 point EW 13th -2pts

2.50 Havana Gold 9/4 NAP 6 point win NAP 2nd -6pts

3.20 Mister Music 16/1 1 point EW 12th -2pts

3.55 Sublimation 3/1 3 point win 5th -3pts

4.25 Vow 11/4 NB 5 point win 6th -5pts

5.00 Hezmah 5/1 3 point win 6th -3pts

5.35 Moone’s My Name 6/1 2 point win Won +12pts


Meeting total: -12pts


2.00 Garswood 15/8 3 point win 2nd -3pts

2.30 Camborne 4/1 NB 4 point win 2nd -4pts

3.05 Soul 4/1 NAP 5 point win NB 2nd -5pts

3.35 Skilful 13/2 1 point EW Won +8.13pts

4.10 Kingsgate Native 4/1 3 point win 9th -3pts

4.45 Bonnie Brae 5/1 2 point win 9th -2pts

5.20 Pasaka Boy 9/2 2 point win 8th -2pts


Meeting total: -10.87pts


2.05 He’s A Striker 4/1 3 point win 3rd -3pts

2.40 Dolphin Rock 10/1 1 point EW 2nd +1.5pts

3.10 Firebeam 10/3 NB 4 point win 2nd -4pts

3.45 Body And Soul 4/1 NAP 5 point win Won +20pts

4.15 Le Chat D’Or 9/1 2 point EW IWAC 10th -4pts

4.50 Sinatramania 12/1 1 point EW 7th -2pts

5.25 Come On Dave 11/4 3 point win Won +8.25pts

5.55 Commanche Raider 11/2 3 point win 3rd -3pts


Meeting total: +13.75pts

Gowran Park (IRE)

2.15 Fisher 1/4 NB 3 point win Won +0.75pts

2.45 Digeanta 6/1 2 point win Won +12pts

3.15 Deutschland 10/1 1 point EW 8th -2pts

3.50 Sizing Europe 11/10 NAP 5 point win Won +5.5pts

4.20 Lord Ben 10/1 1 point EW UR -2pts

4.55 Sicilian Secret 9/2 2 point win 3rd -2pts

5.30 Silver Tassie 3/1 3 point win 3rd -3pts


Meeting total: +9.25pts


2.20 Meganisi 11/8 NAP 5 point win 2nd -5pts

2.55 Brousse En Feux 7/2 NB 3 point win Won +10.5pts

3.25 Paintball 11/2 2 point win 5th -2pts

4.00 Papradon 7/2 2 point win 3rd -2pts

4.35 Heezagrey 7/1 1 point EW 2nd +0.75pts

5.10 Royal Knight 8/11 3 point win Won +2.18pts

5.45 Dreamy George 8/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts


Meeting total: +2.43pts

Wolverhampton (AW)

5.50 Prime Exhibit 11/2 2 point win 6th -2pts

6.20 Superoo 11/2 2 point win 9th -2pts

6.50 Stripped Bear 10/3 2 point win 4th -2pts

7.20 English Summer 15/8 NAP 4 point win 2nd -4pts

7.50 Gabrial’s Lexi 10/1 1 point EW 9th -2pts

8.20 Progenitor 3/1 NB 3 point win Won +9pts

8.50 Joshua The First 15/2 2 point EW 5th -4pts

9.20 Midas Moment 20/1 1 point EW 5th -2pts


Meeting total: -9pts

Daily total: -8.44pts

Yearly total: +1,925.07pts

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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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