Monday 22nd October Selections


Godolphin confirmed this evening that Frankie will not be one of it’s retained riders next year. It’s been one of the most successful associations in the history of Flat racing, lasting eighteen-years. Frankie has ridden all over the world in the famous, Godolphin blue silks. Dettori’s decision to ride Camelot in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe was thought to have sparked speculation that his ties with Godolphin could be severed. Bookmakers reacted to the news that he will ride freelance next year by slashing his odds to become champion jockey for a fourth time. You can now back Dettori at 20/1 having been 66’s with William Hill. Ladbrokes, seemingly overreacted cutting him to as low as 14’s! Paddy Power have highlighted Frankie to ride a Group One winner in Britain or Ireland in 2013 at 6/4 – a great bet. Mickael Barzalona is expected to become first-choice rider for trainers Mahmood Al Zarooni and Saeed Bin Suroor when next year continuing a retained jockey alongside SDS. (Photo –


PON 2.50 DIVINE REWARD 10/3 4th



 PLU 4.40 LADY WILLA 10/3 4th

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2.00 Oscars Journey 11/8 3 point win Won +4.13pts

2.30 Fathsta 3/1 3 point win 4th -3pts

3.00 Dumbarton Rock 9/2 NB 3 point win 5th -3pts

3.30 Commandingpresence 4/1 NAP 5 point win 6th -5pts

4.00 Main Line 7/1 1 point EW 5th -2pts

4.30 Shouda 7/1 1 point EW 13th -2pts

5.00 Heezararity 10/1 1 point EW 3rd +1.5pts


Meeting total: -9.37pts

Windsor round-up

It looks a fairly tough card in all honesty tomorrow at Windsor. With the ground saturated and the going heavy it’s important you look for horses proven on the ground and in the conditions. It’s going to be a real stamina slog around this figure of eight racecourse. The opener looks a tricky maiden with Oscars Journey and Tregereth forming the basis of our shortlist. With just six runners heading to post it could become a real tactical affair, and Jimmy Fortune is someone you want on your side in such circumstances. Oscars Journey is also proven on the ground and should have no problem ploughing through. The stiffer track is likely to suit after creditable runs at both Newmarket and Yarmouth. His best effort came on turf came on soft ground having seemingly relished the switch to fibresand at Southwell, and the slower surface. Tregereth caught the eye after his solid Lingfield second, but has disappointed since and is unproven on the surface, something we are sure to avoid.

Another tricky race in the claiming stakes next, where Efistorm should be the basis for anyones shortlist. The veteran has had a thrilling season and proved last month he can go on soft ground when winning at Goodwood. He did however, struggle he of late and can be opposed this time round. Ertikaan looks a solid pick for Ron Harris having proven form over the trip and on soft, combined with a drop in grade he looks to have a solid chance – we couldn’t put you off. However, he does give weight all round and Fathsta may well be the solution. The five-year-old has caught the eye when winning on soft ground in the past and has been well-campaigned this season. He makes his debut for Ian Williams tomorrow and looks set for a big run.

Dumbarton Rock applies blinkers tomorrow after his near miss at Yarmouth and warrants our ‘next best’ tag. He has been raised just 2lb for his near-miss latest and could still have some improvement in the locker. Better things are expected of Khefyn but the handicapper still looks in charge, he may well be a fair each way punt at the prices. Commandingpresence looks a steal at 9/4 and will almost certainly go off a short-priced favourite, around 7/4. He went close under Willie-Twiston-Davies at Goodwood and has, like Dumbarton Rock, been raised just 2lb. Such an insignificant amount is unlikely to halt him in his path. Dispol Grand is probably the chief protagonist.

We spent the most time studying on the next race, with so many making the shortlist. Splendid Light must run better tomorrow but isn’t one to put all your faith in just yet. I would have to see something from him tomorrow before thinking about backing him, but I do expect better of him in the near future and Gosden’s four-year-old may well be in the notebook after tomorrow. Aldwick Bay was next to catch the eye for Richard Hannon but at the projected price in such an open-contest we are confident in opposing. Main Line was the eventual pick, for David Lanigan. Ted Durcan has been riding out his skin of late and looks surely capable of better. Granted he stays the trip, he could be a tough nut to pass. At 7/1 he looks a sure-fire each way punt, in an intriguing handicap.

A tentative vote goes to Shouda in the penultimate race on the card at Windsor. It is a tentative vote as we will be monitoring the market all morning as for clues. Trainer Barney Curley is known for punting his horses and your get an idea of how it’ll run a long time before the race. He has endured a decent spell of consistency with Shouda and this stiffer test of stamina could potentially suit. He has been off since June and has gone well fresh in the past before. Note the market.

It was hard to oppose Authoritarian in the last as he’s a consistent type for Hannon and is sure to run his race. At the value and a 6lb rise in the weights, he can be opposed and Heezarirty is given a chance. David Evans four-year-old is a maiden, granted, but he has been knocking on the door of late and was only just touched off over course and distance just last week. Best of luck if your following us at Windsor tomorrow, let’s hope we can edge towards the +2,000 point barrier for 2012!

Tipperary (IRE)

2.05 Reafadda 13/2 2 point win 2nd -2pts

2.35 Anoosou 3/1 NAP 4 point win 4th -4pts

3.05 Fitzgutentyle 5/1 NB 3 point win 7th -3pts

3.35 Clash Rebel 5/1 2 point win PU -2pts

4.05 Oscar Invitation 10/1 1 point EW 5th -2pts


Meeting total: -13pts


2.10 Saroque 12/1 1 point EW 5th -2pts

2.40 Truckers Benefit 7/1 2 point EW Won +17.5pts

3.10 Pindar 7/2 3 point win 4th -3pts

3.40 Pete The Feat 5/4 NAP 5 point win Won +6.25pts

4.10 Lord Crewe 5/2 NB 4 point win PU -4pts

4.40 Lady Willa 4/1 3 point win NB 4th -3pts

5.10 Waldorf Salad 12/1 2 point EW IWAC 7th -4pts


Meeting total: +7.75pts


2.20 Charlie Em 7/1 2 point win Won +14pts

2.50 Devine Reward 10/3 NB 4 point win NAP 4th -4pts

3.20 Noodles Blue Boy 10/1 1 point EW 15th -2pts

3.50 Oasis Cannes 3/1 NAP 4 point win 2nd -4pts

4.20 Spanish Fork 7/2 2 point win 6th -2pts

4.50 Trend Is My Friend 10/1 1 point EW 5th -2pts

5.20 Cheveton 6/1 2 point win Won +12pts


Meeting total: +12pts

Daily total: -2.62pts

Yearly total: +1,979.01pts

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