Lockinge Stakes

Lockinge Stakes

 

17.05.2017

Saturday sees the running of that good mile race, The Lockinge,  at Newbury.

We see this panning out between the two class horses & market leaders Ribchester and Galileo Gold.

Backing both, at current odds, will give you an even money winner  should one of them win, which we are CONFIDENT of.

Good luck

 

Major Domo

The Guineas

Well the Roll Up  bet started favourably with a winner so fingers crossed!

 

 

 

The Guineas

04.05.2017

Well the Roll Up  bet started favourably with a winner so fingers crossed!

Remember, check daily for news of the next selection on the ROLL UP PAGE.

It’s the Guineas meeting this weekend and  we don’t fancy Churchill so suggest this bet:

4 x 1pt doubles

2      Eminent & Barney Roy 2000 Gns Saturday

x

2      Rhododendron & Daban  1000Gns Sunday

TOTAL STAKE 4pts

Good Luck

Major Domo

The Roll Up Starts

25.04.2017

Well, last week’s good thing Brando flew in at Newmarket as we strongly advised it would, contrary to K Fallon’s pre – race comments that it would flop on the firm ground.

Follow this improving sprinter and never follow jockeys tips as they are reknown for poor advice.

Next Monday,  May 1st, we start the ROLL UP service so  please check the selected page.

Meanwhile lets see how Punchestown goes.

 Major Domo

Cheltenham/National Trials

17.02.2017

Well you lucky punters, last Saturday’s  three tips supplied two winners and a third in the form of Tobefair and Native River with Clyne third. Not too bad really as Clyne ran really well with a big weight, away from his favoured track of Haydock. All three must be followed and strongly as they are all improving at a rapid pace.

Native River is my type of horse, makes the running and grinds them down just like Denman did. Clyne is a horse on a roll, a real trier but just short of top class, this horse is being saved for Aintree. Tobefair has defied the handicapper like none I have ever seen and when looking beaten finds more to make it look easy; a real enigma that deserves a big Cheltenham handicap win.

Now back to business  and this Saturday’s Cheltenham and Grand National trials range from difficult to fairly easy.

Yanworth should win at Wincanton and Cue Card at Ascot but the Haydock National trial poses a good think and is best left alone as all are in with a good chance  in the expected slog.

There’s nothing like being stood at the 2nd last on the exposed expanses of Haydock Park on a winter’s day, watching  and listening to the jockeys appear from up the straight, cajoling their mounts with “over me boy” as they urge them on, the atmosphere is quite eerie.  Anyway, that’s another story!

Good luck

Major Domo