Tuesday 6th November Selections


Philip Hobbs sends Menorah on Champion Hurdle trail

There is a cracking six-race card at Exeter today as the jump season gets into full swing. The Phillip Hobbs-trained Menorah wasn’t at his best when tackling Cue Card at Cheltenham and finished a distant twenty-two length third, some twenty-nine lengths off the magnificent Sprinter Sacre in the Arkle. He did however, bounce back to his best at Aintree just a month later, taking the 2m4f Manifesto Novices’ Chase. A convincing seven-length victory over the Paul Nicholls-trained Cristal Bonus saw him end the season with a greater rating than Tizzard’s six-year-old. Cristal Bonus has of course franked that form since, routing the field by a nine-length victory at Down Royal. Phillip Hobb’s sounded fairly bullish about Menorah latest, but stressed it is his first run of the season. He is in good form and they are very happy with him. 2m2f is likely to suit over this stiff track and he has the ability to see off Cue Card despite a 3lb swing against.



EXETER 2.50 MENORAH 4/1 3rd



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Southwell (AW)

12.40 Chez Vrony 7/1 1 point EW 3rd +0.75pts

1.10 Little Miss Zuri 10/1 3 point win 7th -3pts

1.40 Only Ten Per Cent 6/1 3 point win 5th -3pts

2.10 La Estrella 1/4F No Bet Won

2.40 North Pole 3/1 NB 4 point win 10th -4pts

3.10 Aggleston Rock 20/1 1 point EW 6th -2pts

3.40 Gaelic Wizzard 11/4 NAP 5 point win 5th -5pts

4.10 Generous Genella 8/1 1 point EW 6th -2pts


Meeting total: -18.25pts

Betting angle

Looks a fairly tough day at Southwell on the all weather. There are one or two nice types in action but on the whole it’s worth keeping it low stakes this afternoon, especially with some quality jumps action over at Exeter. La Estrella bids to make history at the track today, making it thirteen from thirteen at the track. The first race of the day is over a mile and it looks a wide open handicap. Chez Vrony was the tentative selection, albeit still a maiden, he ran well latest and looks a solid each way punt under David Probert. He has been subject to some support this morning 5’s from 11/2. Little Miss Zuri is really interesting in the next having run her best race to date, when a staying-on fourth in 6f nursery at Wolverhampton last week. That run came out of a handicap and couldn’t rule her out back on her proper mark. The Sylvester Kirk-trained two-year-old promises to stay but it is her fibresand debut and there is a slight question whether she’ll take to the surface. She is going walkies in the market, 6’s from 9/2 this morning and may well be best watched. Only Ten Per Cent goes well at Southwell, winning four times this year. He has conditions in his favour and is coming back down the weights, just 2lb higher than for last win. The four-year-old will be involved come the latter stages of the race and looks a worthy punt at 4/1 in another open handicap. North Pole is a worthy next best in a weak race at 2.40 for Sir Mark Prescott. He can break his maiden tag at the fourth time of asking despite probably running over an inadequate trip. The threat Lilac Lace will probably find the drop in trip and different surface all too much with Lexington Place too inconsistent to be backing. We have taken a chance in the 3.10 ignoring the market principals in Mason Hindmarsh and Benartic. Instead we are seeking value in Agglestone Rock. A 20/1 chance for Philip Kirby under Eva Moscrop. He has won over 2m on turf, most recently last season at Haydock and is entitled to have needed recent comeback run at Southwell. In a tricky race the seven-year-old looks a worthy each way punt, and looks overpriced at 20/1. There has been bits and pieces this morning, and he has been nibbled into 14’s. Gaelic Wizard is hard to get away from in the maiden having gone so close on all three starts since dropping to the minimum trip. He is lightly-raced and looks sure to win sooner rather than later. Generous Genella is the final bet of the day and she looked good when finishing a close third at Pontefract in June 2011. She’s entitled to her seasonal debut latest and is by no means handicapped out of things with the eyeshields now tried.

Punchestown (IRE)

12.55 Didigout 2/9F No Bet Won

1.25 Banjaxed Girl 2/1 NAP 5 point win Won +10pts

1.55 Heavenly Brook 7/1 3 point win 4th -3pts

2.25 Heck Thomas 11/10 4 point win 2nd -4pts

2.55 Grange 6/4 NB 4 point win 2nd -4pts

3.25 Whisky And Red 9/2 3 point win 3rd -3pts

3.55 Caoimhes Delight 11/4 4 point win Won +11pts


Meeting total: +7pts


1.00 Sword Of The Lord 5/1 3 point win 6th -3pts

1.30 Barathea Dancer 7/2 3 point win 5th -3pts

2.00 Tahlia Ree 13/2 2 point EW 11th -4pts

2.30 Licence To Till 5/1 NB 2 point EW IWAC 4th -4pts

3.00 Arley Hall 2/1 NAP 5 point win Won +10pts

3.30 Essexbridge 12/1 2 point EW 12th -4pts

4.00 Prince James 10/1 1 point EW Won +12.5pts


Meeting total: +4.5pts


1.50 Gas Line Boy 5/2 4 point win 2nd -4pts

2.20 Billy Twyford 7/4 NB 5 point win 2nd -5pts

2.50 Menorah 4/1 NAP 6 point win NAP 3rd -6pts

3.20 Peckhamecho 11/2 2 point EW 3rd -4pts

3.50 Wide Receiver 6/1 2 point EW 3rd +1pt

4.20 Pyleigh Lass 6/1 2 point EW 2nd +1pt


Meeting total: -17pts

Wolverhampton (AW)

4.30 Equity Risk 5/1 1 point EW Won +6.25pts

5.00 Al Udeid 3/1 3 point win 5th -3pts

5.30 Lord Franklin 7/2 2 point win 3rd -2pts

6.00 Precision Five 9/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

6.30 Rythmic 5/2 NB 4 point win 3rd -4pts

7.00 Inpursuitoffreedom 11/1 1 point EW 3rd +1.75pts

7.30 Barton Bounty 4/1 2 point win 3rd -2pts

8.00 Edgware Road 2/1 NAP 6 point win NB 2nd -6pts


Meeting total: -11pts

Daily total: -34.75pts

Yearly total: +1,808.53pts

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