Posts containing the tag Frankie Dettori

Godolphin, Egos & Turmoil

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Backing Godolphin runners in the recent past has been profitable for us and actually paid for our 2017 MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL visit later this year. Generally speaking they are easy to read and run horses on their merits.  After the latest coup d’état and consequent deposition of the amiable John Ferguson, jockey bookings will take on … Continue reading

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Lockinge Stakes

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The Racing Horse is looking forward to a cracking renewal of the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes Group 1 later this afternoon. Galileo Gold is lining up with Frankie riding and he is sure to be popular. He’s a horse that’s gone well fresh in the past so the fact he’s not been out since October … Continue reading

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Investec Derby (Group 1) (Entire Colts & Fillies) 1m4f10y

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Do not attempt to pick the winner of this most open Derby until you have analysed our 14-year trends! The current betting shows 6/1 the field and that highlights the difficulty of finding the winner. 4.30 Epsom: Investec Derby (Group 1) (Entire Colts & Fillies) 1m4f10y 14/14: Ran within the last 5 weeks 14/14: … Continue reading

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Betway Yorkshire Cup Group 2

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This looks to be between Flying Officer at 6/4 and Second Set at 5/2, who are closely matched on form and a few pounds ahead of the others. With guaranteed race fitness on his side and after running at least as well as he has ever done on his reappearance at Ascot last month, … Continue reading

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Musidora Stakes Group 3

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It is day one of the York Dante Meeting where trainer John Gosden has often utilised the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes as a stepping stone for his premier fillies and So Mi Dar can follow prestigious predecessors Star Of Seville, The Fugue and Joviality with victory on Wednesday. In any other year, the daughter of Dubawi … Continue reading

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Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes (Group 3)

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The Racing Horse is looking forward to seeing Foundation run and prove his Racing Post defeat was unfortunate and not deserved. He looked a high-class prospect when winning the Royal Lodge Group 2 over course and distance (only course winner in the field) before losing his unbeaten record at Doncaster. Stormy Antarctic failed narrowly in … Continue reading

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Gender bias must always be considered!

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It looked tough beforehand… Finding a winner at Ascot yesterday looked tough and we opted out. The Racing Horse could not see a single favourite winning and said: “From a punting perspective things look tough today and at times like this better to watch and wait. We could not find a single opportunity of … Continue reading

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