Sunday 26th picks from #Ascot #Cartmel #York

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15:05 Ascot 26 Jul 2020 

Betfred Valiant Fillies’ Stakes

Love and Thunder (0.5pt EW 16/1 Coral)

Over priced runner for a bang in form yard. One of two in the race for trainer John Gosden and the pick of stable jockey Rab Havlin. Only beaten a short head on debut when over in France and made a winning start for these new connections at Newbury. Dissapointing latest run at Epsom but excuses can be made for that run. Will need to bounce back but looks to be no forlorn hope for this top yard.

16:50 Ascot 26 Jul 2020 

Betfred Treble Odds On Lucky 15’s Handicap

Makram (1pt win only 7/1)

Plenty of encouragement can be taken from his win on just 2nd start for on the AW at Lingfield. Opening mark here judged on that form looks a very leiniant one with his yard in blistering form. Oisin Murphy takes the ride and he is 6 wins and 7 placed from just 26 for this yard a record that only improves when taking a look over the shorter term.

15:40 Ascot 26 Jul 2020 

Princess Margaret Betfred Stakes

Santosha (1pt win only 4/1)

One from the tracker and one of two entered in the race for rising yard. Not a bad headache to have with these two very promising youngsters. With limited form on offer the form of this ones races to date could be playing out just ever so slightly better so we take a chance here. Conditions should pose no problems.

16:55 Cartmel 26 Jul 2020

Holker Hall & Gardens Handicap Hurdle

Judge Et Parti (1pt win only 8/1)

A rare runner over obstacles for the in form Archie Watson yard and he will no doubt have this one ready to roll here. Won first time out last term and despite winning twice last year will kick off this campaign 2lb lower than his last winning mark. Brodie Hampson takes the ride as per and has a great record for this team.

0.25pt trixie on above 3 win selections – 1pt

Others of note from the tracker

Blazing Hot 5/1 (140W) 1pt win – Worth another try back up in trip following a couple of decent efforts over minimum trip where running into one and not getting a clear run on the other occasion.

Bomb Proof 7/1 (155A) 1pt win – Form of debut race for Jeremy Noseda worked out very well and despite long lay off made a winning return for new yard. Opening mark looks stiff but very talented and could well improve for last run.

Chocoya 40/1 (340A) – Huge price judged on latest run but would have wanted more places available to chance the EW bet.

Today’s Pts Played –  7PTS 

July Total –  +32.45PTS

July Selections – 41.5

July ROI – +78.19%

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Saturday 25th July Picks from #Ascot #Doncaster #Newmarket

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13:40 Newmarket 25 Jul 2020

British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes

Dhahabi (1pt win only 5/2 B365)

This superbly bred Frankel colt has the markings of one that is very special. Half brother to the top class Golden Horn. Holds an entry in the G2 Futurity over in Ireland for next month and has to be respected here.

13:50 Ascot 25 Jul 2020 

BetfredTV Pat Eddery Stakes

Saeiqa (1pt win only 4/1 B365)

John Gosden has his runners going well and has a 41% strike in the last 7 days having scored with 5 from 12 with 4 more running into a place. The selection has by far the best piece of form on offer when 3rd in the Coventry at the Royal meeting, a race that has produced a handful of winners since. Should benefit from the step up in trip here today too.

14:50 Newmarket 25 Jul 2020

Alborada Trust Fillies’ Novice Stakes

Bizzi Lizzi (1pt win only 11/1 general)

One of two very interesting newcomers here for the bang in form John Gosden. Will need to be ready first time up to beat the short priced favourite but has more than enough in the breeding to suggest that possibility is more of a reality.

16:00 Newmarket 25 Jul 2020

Chestnut Giving Tree Handicap

Beatboxer (1pt win only 11/2 general)

Can be forgiven a poor reappearance run at Royal Ascot from a near on impossible draw. Has been eased a few pounds here and now sits just 1lb above last winning mark for the above mentioned in form yard. Steps up in trip and has ideal conditions so no more excuses for this one.

16:10 Ascot 25 Jul 2020 

Betfred.com Handicap

Arabist (0.5pt EW 25/1 PP)

Now we move on to an ex John Gosden runner who has been snapped up by Dr Marwan Koukash and put in the hands of another yard going well, Ian Williams. The sort that this yard excels with and could spring a surprise here from the bottom of the market. A very low mileage runner and yard won this race last year.

Today’s Pts Played –  5PTS 

July Total –  +21.95PTS

July Selections – 36.5

July ROI – +60.13%

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