Just Another Super Saturday!

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The Racing Horse enjoyed another fabulous Saturday and not just because England beat Sweden to set up a semi-final clash against Croatia. Not only did the Pacafi win giving us 4 wins from 6 for July but the Racing Trends found more profit. This has become a serious source of information and our simple but effective analysis is proving so effective! Those following the information for 2018 have made huge profits and our intention is to spend even more time with it in the second half of the year. We remind members this information is available for just 33p per day. We are currently looking at the trends for the July Cup to be run on Saturday and will post them on Tuesday. Run on the final day of the three-day Newmarket July Meeting the race is worth around £225,000 to the winner. We have two horses in mind for the race at this moment in time and look forward to sharing our thoughts once the ground has been confirmed!


We took the 11/10 about Thriving which was our Pacafi and she won easily enough. She chased home a useful type over this trip at Sandown on debut, and was then the subject of sustained support hitting 4/7 at one point before starting at 5/6. A bit short of room leaving the stalls, she soon raced handy and found plenty when pressed before pulling clear near the line. The is stamina on her dam's side, and she looks capable of better and looks likely to be placed to follow up but over 6f.  


The first race at Sandown got us off to a great start when Judicial scored at 4/1 but it was the second race where our advice was especially telling. Our nominated three included Escobar at 10/1, Via Serendiptiy at 10/1 and Tigre Du Terre at 8/1 (backed into 9/2). These three made up the TRICAST which paid a huge £333.42 whilst the TRIFECTA paid a whopping £391.50. The Exacta paid £64.60 and the CSF paid £42.09. These big forecast and tricasts have become a regular feature with the trends.


Looking back at the Coral-Eclipse we thought our rationale was sound despite not nominating the winner! We advised Hawkbill as the value in the race and saw that one backed from 20/1 into around 7/1 at one point before starting at 15/2. We traded at 8/1 giving us zero liability. We did the same with our saver Cliffs Of Moher when we took 25/1 and sold him at 14/1 though that one started at 12/1. Worth pointing out that Hawksbill was able to get the lead but used up too much petrol in doing so, he was a worthy interest.


Regarding the winner Roaring Lion, we said early Saturday morning the 13/8 was a little to short though he deserves to be favourite and the one they all have to beat! He hit 15/8 and bigger on the exchanges so we saved on him after laying off our previous interests but had Saxon Warrior not raced 7 days ago he would have won the race. We said: "It was only 7 days ago he last ran and today will be his third hard race in a month and the O'Brien team, who are generally patient are taking a punt! It now looks clear that he races over his optimum distance today though 9/4 looks very skinny. It is times like this when even great trainers get into a tangle with their horses and this looks one such occasion!"

A huge mistake from champion trainer Aidan O'Brien and after the race the trainer almost admitted the fact, he said: "We were delighted with Saxon Warrior's run. Obviously it's a VERY BIG ASK AFTER HAVNG A TOUGH RACE IN THE IRISH DERBY but it was a massive run out of the horse and we really look forward to him now for the autumn. We'll take him home, freshen him up and give him a nice break and you'd have to be very happy with him. He's plenty of speed and travelled very well. I'd say he could go back (to a mile) anytime he wants but he didn't surrender today."

  Today's Pacafi: click here

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