Sunday 4th November Selections


We put a lot on the line last night at Santa Anita as we made our followers well aware that we were opposing Excelebration in the Breeders’ Cup Mile. It came to many disbelief, given the form he had in the book. With Frankel out the way, it looked a formality that he would shine on the big stage following his QEII demolition job. We have had our concerns regarding this horse for a while, and until now seemingly been proved wrong. We controversially made him a lay at Ascot and got our fingers well and truly burnt. A naive lay and a decision we obviously regret in hindsight given conditions were in his favour. We did however, have our reasons for the lay and were again happy to take him on, this time out of his comfort zone. He had a lot of questions to answer at Santa Anita and when he opened at 5/4 our decision was all but made up. The tight turning track would by no means prove in his favour. This combined with Joseph O’Brien not being one to rely on in a tactical affair, which we had no doubt it would turn into. Wise Dan was always going to have first run on Excelebration with the track a negative for Aidan O’Brien’s mount, it would prove a huge positive for Velazquez. There was a huge question mark regarding the ground as well. It was riding quicker than anything Excelebration had ridden on before and with his best form all coming on ground with juice in it, it would only add to a long list of negatives. Wise Dan had been prepped for the race and it was a brilliant training performance to land the Breeders’ Cup Mile. The American wonder-horse kicked off the home turn to devastating effect with Excelebration finishing a one-paced fourth having held every chance. Animal Kingdom, after a lengthy absence ran an absolute cracker in second with Obviously grabbing third at the death. Moonlight Cloud was never able to land a blow for trainer Freddy Head, five times a winner of the $2 million race. John Velazquez had been aboard Animal Kingdom when he triumphed beneath the twin spires at Churchill Downs last year, but the prospect of another opportunity to partner the revitalised Wise Dan proved too tempting to resist. It was great to see Animal Kingdom back to his best, with a touching trained-story behind him. He will surely remain in training with seemingly more to give. Trainer Charles Lopresti was an emotional wreck after the Mile, and how he was entitled to be. He said: “You could wait a lifetime for a horse like this”. To wait for Wise Dan at his prime racegoers had to hold on until this summers when Lopresti wtiched the Grade 1 dirt winner back to turf. It really was a fascinating Breeders’ Cup and one which we ended up in profit, making twenty points on both nights. Winners included 20/1 shot Calidoscopio and Royal Delta on day one, followed by Shanghai BobbyMizdirection and Wise Dan last night.





CORK 3.20 BAILY GREEN 11/4 Won

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12.45 Outback 11/2 2 point win 2nd -2pts

1.15 Hildisvini 15/8 3 point win Won +5.63pts

1.45 Right Stuff 9/2 2 point win PU -2pts

2.20 Benny The Swinger 7/4 2 point win Won +3.5pts

2.55 Present View 4/1 NB 3 point win NB 2nd -3pts

3.30 Genny Wren 6/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

4.00 Be Bop Boru 5/2 NAP 4 point win 2nd -4pts


Meeting total: -3.87pts

Leopardstown (IRE)

12.55 A Star Is Born 4/1 NB 3 point win 13th -3pts

1.25 Cottrell 9/2 2 point win 7th -2pts

2.00 Barbados Bob 8/1 1 point EW 7th -2pts

2.35 Devotion 7/1 1 point EW 10th -2pts

3.05 Sugar Boy 6/1 2 point win Won +12pts

3.35 Unaccompanied 7/4 NAP 4 point win NAP 4th -4pts

4.05 Albert Bridge 7/1 1 point EW 2nd +0.75pts


Meeting total: -0.25pts


1.00 Rupert Bear 2/1 NB 4 point win Won +8pts

1.30 Kings Grace 11/4 NAP 5 point win 5th -5pts

2.05 Ifyousayso 1/5F No Bet Won

2.40 Rival D’Estruval 11/8 4 point win 2nd -4pts

3.10 Rebel Swing 10/1 2 point EW IWAC 6th -4pts

3.45 Worth A King’S 16/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts

4.15 Vinstar EVS 4 point win Won +4pts


Meeting total: -3pts

Cork (IRE)

1.10 Brog Deas 4/6 4 point win Won +2.67pts

1.40 Dara Tango 12/1 1 point EW 4th -2pts

2.15 Bundle Of Fun 6/1 2 point EW 2nd +1pt

2.50 The Crafty Butcher 7/4 3 point win 2nd -3pts

3.20 Baily Green 11/4 NAP 4 point win Won +6.6pts (rule 4)

3.50 Sea Stallion 7/1 1 point EW 9th -2pts

4.20 Goodoldhonkytonk 9/4 NB 4 point win 11th –4pts


Meeting total: -0.73pts

Daily total: -7.85pts

Yearly total: +1,860.49pts

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