Archive for December, 2016

31 Dec
2016

In With The New At Newbury

A pair of exciting looking five-year-olds can hopefully help pay the day’s expenses by featuring heavily at Newbury this afternoon, lead by the Dan Skelton-trained Robin Roe in the feature Grade 1 Challow Novices’ Hurdle (1.50pm).

Very highly thought of at home in Ireland, where the son of Robin Des Champs won his point-to-point at Boulta, he struck on debut for the Skeltons in a Warwick bumper in the spring, and then reappeared in October with an eye catching maiden hurdle success at Aintree.

It’s significant that the win over timber came at the expense of an exciting looking sort in No Comment, who has since gone in at Market Raspberry and Plumpton.

Clearly this is a huge test in Grade 1 company, but Robin Roe nonetheless looks tempting at 2/1 with BetVictor.

A little later on, the Rebecca Curtis-trained Geordie Des Champs dips his toe into handicap company for the first time (3.00pm), having run up a sequence in a bumper and three novice hurdles.

Barry Geraghty is town to ride him, and his mark of 129 certainly doesn’t look overbearing despite the biggish field.

Good luck!

Saturday’s best bets at Newbury:

1.50 – Challow Novices’ Hurdle – 8 Robin Roe (win) @ 2/1 (BetVictor)

3.00 – Betfred Wishing You A Happy New Year Handicap Hurdle – 10 Geordie Des Champs (win) @ 10/3 (BetVictor, Paddy or Skybet)

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Posted 3 months, 3 weeks ago

29 Dec
2016

Island Destination

Smal fields are the order of the day for the fourth and final chapter of Leopardstown’s big Christmas Festival, where Coney Island can hopefully leave his footprint on the Grade 1 Neville Hotels Novice Chase (1.55pm).

Up in trip after winning the Drinmore at Fairyhouse, Coney Island has the look of a serious staying chaser.

Owner JP McManus had two winners here yesterday, Bleu Et Rouge and Thirsty Work, and can add another to his tally with a horse who is only 10/1 for the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

Good luck!

Thursday’s best bet:

1.55 Leopardstown – Neville Hotels Novice Chase – 5 Coney Island (win)

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28 Dec
2016

Keep A Lid On It At Leopardstown

A stunning 11 winner haul has come the way of Willie Mullins the last two days, including Grade 1 prizes for Min, Douvan and Saturnas, but for once the powerhouse might have to settle for second best in today’s feature, the Grade 1 Lexus Chase (3.00pm, RTE2).

Mullins saddles market leader Djakadam, twice runner-up in the Cheltenham Gold Cup and fit from a win at Punchestown, but this could be the day a horse formerly in his care comes back to haunt him…

Now racing for Henry De Bromhead, Valseur Lido may very well have what it takes to repeat his first time out win for his new stable, achieved in Grade 1 company at Down Royal last month, by winning the Lexus.

Unsurprisingly he’s the choice of Bryan Cooper, who could’ve opted for any of the five horses lining up in the distinctive maroon colours of Gigginstown.

The way he went about his business last time out marked him out as a Gold Cup hope, though he’ll need to be to take care of Djakadam and co.

Valseur Lido is the recommendation at 5/2, a price available with any of Betfred, Boyles, Coral, Hills or Paddy.

Elsewhere on the card, an intriguing runner in the Pertemps Hurdle Qualifier run at 12.50pm is Pat Kelly’s Presenting Percy, for whom the step up in distance to three miles can unlock further improvement.

On a hat-trick following wins at Galway and Punchestown, he steps up dramatically in trip here, representing a small but deadly operation in Craughwell, close to Galway in the west of Ireland.

It’s a tip in itself that Davy Russell chooses him over Sea Light, while Kelly had a big win at Limerick yesterday when he struck with Lizzies Champ.

Don’t be surprised if he follows suit with Presenting Percy.

Good luck!

Wednesday’s best bets at Leopardstown:

12.50 – Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle (Qualifier) – 6 Presenting Percy (each way) @ 11/2 (Betfred, Coral, Paddy or Skybet)

3.00 – Lexus Chase – 12 Valseur Lido (win) @ 5/2 (Betfred, Boyles, Coral, Hills or Paddy)

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Posted 3 months, 3 weeks ago

27 Dec
2016

Something Special At Kempton On Tuesday

The likes of bet365, Betway, Betfred, Boylesports, Ladbrokes and Skybet offering even money about Special Tiara for Kempton’s two mile Desert Orchid Chase (2.20pm) had the look of a late Christmas present overnight, something that hasn’t gone unnoticed with Henry De Bromhead’s charge now generally 10/11 or shorter.

The winner of this race in 2014 and also a dual Grade 1 scorer elsewhere on his CV, Special Tiara has course, track, trip, ground and the weights on his side today, as he bids for a repeat of two years ago.

Principal rival, Sire De Grugy, is a star in his own right, yet he’s rated a pound inferior and has to try and concede 10lbs.

Need any more persuading? Racing is rarely so simply that everything proceeds as smoothly as you hope it will, but even so Special Tiara looks a clear selection to turn these advantageous circumstances into a win today.

Meanwhile, across the pond it’s day two of the big Christmas meeting here at Leopardstown, with the Foxrock venue gearing up for the arrival of Douvan, who is around 1/6 to lead them on a merry dance in the 2m 1f Grade 1 at 1.20pm.

The seven-time Grade 1 winner is 4/7 for the Queen Mother Champion Chase in three months time, and should be a treat for anyone shrugging off their hangover and braving the cold.

Looking for one or two to try and make the day pay?

Special Tiara’s stablemate, Avenir D’Une Vie, certainly looks in interesting at 100/30 in the Grade 1 Future Champions Novice Hurdle at 1.55pm.

Bryan Cooper selects him above the very highly-regarded Peace News, as well as two other Gigginstown runners in the field of eight, and you’d have to say he did look ever so smart on his first run for his new stable at Fairyhouse.

Next up, the two mile handicap hurdle (2.30pm) is about as tricky as you can ever find, even by Irish racing standards, but bone horse for whom I have a real soft spot is John Murphy’s four-year-old, Swamp Fox.

A winner at Galway on the Flat back in the summer and subsequently this in the Irish Cesarewitch, he looked the business when winning over hurdles at Listowel and is fit form a solid third, also over timber, at Naas.

The mount of David Mullins, Swamp Fox is 16/1 each way with loads of firms including Betfred, Coral and Paddy.

Lastly, there’s a monster field of 28 for the three mile Paddy Power Handicap Chase, perhaps not such a surprise when you factor in the mention of €104,500 to the winner!

It’s more than eye-catching to see Ruby Walsh wasting down to just above ten stone to ride The Crafty Butcher on his second outing for Willie Mullins, especially in a race where four of the last five winners went off 7/1 or shorter.

That said, any bookie worth their salt will be paying five places each way, indeed Paddy and Skybet are paying six.

With that in mind, both firms go 33/1 about last year’s third, Folsom Blue, about whom trainer Mouse Morris said yesterday: “Folsom Blue would love a bit of rain but has only got 10st 4lbs and Bryan Cooper has picked so I think he could go really well.”

He looks an each way play for small stakes, as does the Willie Mullins inmate Sabremont, a 20/1 shot who was going really nicely when brought down in the Troytown at Navan.

Good luck!

Today’s best bets:

1.55 – Paddy Power Future Champions Novice Hurdle – 1 Avenir D’Une Vie (win) @ 100/30 (bet365, Betfred, BetVictor, Boylesports or Ladbrokes)

2.20 Kempton – Desert Orchid Chase – 4 Special Tiara (win) @ 10/11 (Hills, Ladbrokes or Skybet)

2.30 Leopardstown – Paddy Power “You Beauty” Handicap Hurdle – 8 Swamp Fox (each way) @ 16/1 (Betfred, Coral or Paddy)

3.00 Leopardstown – Paddy Power Handicap Chase – 13 Sabremont (each way) @ 20/1 (Skybet or Paddy Power – BOTH SIX PLACES)

3.00 Leopardstown – Paddy Power Handicap Chase – 22 Folsom Blue (each way) @ 33/1 (Skybet or Paddy Power – BOTH SIX PLACES)

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Posted 3 months, 4 weeks ago

24 Dec
2016

The Ghost Of Christmas…(Boxing Day Tips)

Ace up-and-coming trainer, Neil Mulholland, already finds himself on 67 National Hunt winners for the season, including three in bumpers, and the Northern Irishman is looking to make it a very merry Christmas by sending a team of 12 into battle on Boxing Day, with runners spread across a total of five meetings!

Two of his Christmas crackers make it into my festive Yankee, a bet spearheaded by unbeaten Solighoster at Huntingdon (3.40pm).

A chestnut by Loup Solitaire, he won his sole point in Ireland and then did the business in a canter at Newcastle on his rules debut, giving promising amateur, James King, an armchair ride.

King, son of much-loved journo Andrew, unsurprisingly retains the mount for Solighoster’s second bumper, and though the pair are up against contenders from top stables such as Henderson and Pauling, this horse is one to take a long look at.

Huntingdon will suit him and he looks much more appetising than turkey sandwiches ever could, on offer at 5/1 with either Paddy Power or the Betfair Sportsbook.

Also miles away from the razzmatazz of Kempton Park, Mulholland looks to notch a third win on the bounce with the tough and gutsy Mrs Burbidge, who arrives in the opener at Fontwell (12.05pm) on the back of wins at Southwell and Uttoxeter.

The in-form mare, a daughter of Pasternak, has the benefit of the excellent Ciaran Gethings, a member of Philip Hobbs’s extensive team’, in this conditional jockeys’ handicap hurdle, and she is a clear pick in a decidedly winnable looking event.

Elsewhere, on a day where there are a total of 11 meetings spread around Britain and Ireland, one who could go very well at big odds is the Donald McCain-trainer The Pierre Lark, who lines up for the first time in a handicap, taking his chance in the 0-100 novices’ handicap Hurdle at Market Raspberry (2.55pm).

Ridden by a promising talent in the shape of Harry Stock, a conditional claiming seven pounds who is operating at a 20% strike-rate (6 winners) over hurdles in the early stages of his career, The Pierre Lark has gained some great experience in straight novices, and might now be able to use that prior knowledge to good use in a weak race.

He looks generously priced at 16/1 each way with either Coral or Paddy.

Lastly, a slightly more high profile clash than those mentioned above is Cue Card against Thistlecrack in Kempton Park’s 32 Red King George VI Chase (3.15pm), a clash to make jumping fans drool…

Not that it really matters who wins as long as both superstars come back safe and hopefully with reputations enhanced, but on the premise that Josses Hill may take on Thistlecrack for the lead and force him into a blunder or two, I’m backing the miles more experienced campaigner, the wily, the brilliant Cue Card, to pounce late on and win it again.

Good luck!

Monday’s best bets:

12.05 Fontwell – Rathbourne Ltd Of Bath Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle – 4 Mrs Burbidge (win) @ 7/4 (Paddy Power or Skybet)

2.55 Market Rasen – Rand Farm Park Holiday Kids Club Novices’ Handicap Hurdle – 3 The Pierre Lark (each way) @ 16/1 (Paddy Power)

3.15 Kempton Park – 32 Red King George VI Chase – 1 Cue Card (win) @ 5/4 (Ladbrokes)

3.40 Huntingdon – Keep Calm And Carry On Intermediate Open NH Flat Race – 1 Solighoster (win) @ 5/1 (Paddy Power)

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Posted 4 months ago

16 Dec
2016

Tuck Into A Pre-Christmas Fry Up At Ascot

It’s destination Ascot for a cracking day’s racing on Saturday, one which could be especially enjoyable for Dorset trainer Harry Fry, who sends some serious firepower to the Berkshire venue…

A former assistant to Paul Nicholls, Fry is now a renowned handler in his own right, and he may well have the answer to the first of four live races from the venue on Channel 4, with his Overtown Express appearing to be a big player in the 2m 3f BGC Partners Handicap Chase (1.50pm).

A lightly-raced eight-year-old, he is formerly a Point-to-Point winner who has the scope to be useful over fences, and progress can be expected after a pipe opener behind Top Notch (runs in the 1.15) at Plumpton.

Overtown Express won twice over hurdles earlier in the year, and might be on a nice opening mark for his first handicap (132) over the bigger obstacles.

In the hands of Noel Fehily he looks tempting at 8/1, a price available with aNy of bet365, Betfred, BetVictor or Hills.

Some 35 minutes later Fry will be hoping everything goes to plan for a horse who has been a sensational improver since joining his stable, Uknowwhatimeanharry.

Six from six for the Fry team, his star stayer takes his biggest test yet, lining up under Barry Geraghty in the Grade 1 JLT Long Walk Hurdle (2.25pm).

Brilliant at Newbury when beating the reopposing Ballyoptic at the Hennessy meeting, the Albert Bartlett winner still seems to be getting better and better, and he appears worth every pound of his lofty rating of 165.

Perhaps the 6/4 with Paddy Power or Betway is cramped, but even so it’s going to take a colossal performance to topple him.

Also at Ascot, Fry brings last year’s dead-heat winner, Jolly’s Cracked It, back for a repeat assault on the concluding handicap hurdle, a hugely valuable contest formerly staged as the Ladbroke, now run as the Wessex Youth Trust Handicap Hurdle (3.35pm).

In a race where Tony Martin runs three it appears a colossal ask for the Fry runner after a year’s absence, though the same can’t be said of the horse he shared the honours with in 2015, Sternrubin.

A total of 10 pounds higher than when taking this a year ago, I wouldn’t be too put off by his racing weight, given that he’s ultra tough and very reliable, saving his best form for Ascot with form figures of 211.

This type of race holds no fears for him, and with Philip Hobbs hammering in the winners (9 in last 2 weeks) Sternrubin looks a decent proposition in the hands of the Champion jockey, Richard Johnson.

The pair are 16/1 each way with any of bet365, BetVictor or Ladbrokes.

Good luck!

Saturday’s best bets at Ascot:

1.50 – BGC Partners Handicap Chase – 9 Overtown Express (each way) @ 8/1 (bet365, Betfred, BetVictor or Hills)

2.25 – JLT Long Walk Hurdle – 7 Uknowwhatimeanharry (win) @ 6/4 (Betway or Paddy Power)

3.35 – Wessex Youth Trust Handicap Hurdle – 9 Sternrubin (each way) @ 16/1 (bet365, BetVictor or Ladbrokes)

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16 Dec
2016

In A Liga Of Its Own (17th & 18th December)

Spanish football’s elite top flight, La Liga, is undoubtedly the dominant force in European football in recent times, providing five of the last six finalists in the Champions League, as well as five of the last eight winners.

It doesn’t stop there either, with teams from Spain also ruling the roost in Europe’s second tier tournament, the Europa League, taking four of the last five editions, highlighted by triumphs for goal happy Sevilla in 2014, ’15 and ’16.

Enthused by a domestic league bursting with quality and rivalry, the Sportsman’s Tom Lee, a regular visitor to Spain and its football grounds, takes a weekly look at the best bets on the fixture list…

Saturday’s early kick-off in week 16 of the campaign has the potential to be quite a tense affair at El Molinon, as home side Sporting Gijon try to sign off before the winter break with some urgently needed points.

Flying high in fourth, visitors Villarreal find themselves in nosebleed territory, still buzzing from Monday’s 3-0 walloping of a strangely out of sorts Atletico Madrid.

So 18th v 4th, but Sporting have been showing enough in not only drawing 1-1 at home to Sevilla, but also going down by the odd goal in games against heavyweights like Real Madrid, to suggest there’s a real fighting spirit running through their ranks.

They usually score, and Villarreal look a bit too short away from home, so take the draw at 12/5.

Another game with a similar complexion is 19th placed Granada at home to the side lying in fifth, Real Sociedad, perhaps the surprise package of the season so far…

It’s been much more like it from Granada in recent weeks, seeing off Sevilla and then bagging a point against Malaga in the Andalusian derby.

Sociedad meanwhile, discounting an off day when they were dismantled in the Riazor by Deportivo, have just got better and better, putting the wind up Barcelona as well as beating Atletico and Valencia convincingly.

They should have too much for Granada, and can return to the north with all three points – Real Sociedad are 21/20 with BetVictor or Hills.

Lastly, rather than trying to predict what might or might not happen in the local derby between Barca and Espanyol, jump aboard the Deportivo La Coruna express as they take on bottom team, Osasuna, at the Riazor on Sunday evening.

A harsh and unforgiving place to try and play when the wind whistles in off the Atlantic in winter, the Riazor isn’t the kind of spot embattled Osasuna will be relishing going, especially against a Depor team who are fantastic at scoring goals.

Sadly for them, they’re woeful at defending, having scored 15 in their last seven in the league, but conceded 17!

Happily for them, they’re up against a team who just don’t look to have enough to cut it at this level, and a home win beckons.

Good luck!

This weekend’s best bets in La Liga:

12pm Saturday – Sporting Gijon v Villarreal – Draw @ 12/5 (BetVictor)

5.30 Saturday – Granada v Real Sociedad – Away Win @ 21/20 (BetVictor or William Hill)

5.30 Sunday – Deportivo La Coruna v Osasuna – Home Win @ 4/7 (bet365, Betfred or Coral)

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09 Dec
2016

In A Liga Of Its Own…(9th and 10th December)

Spanish football’s elite top flight, La Liga, is undoubtedly the dominant force in European football in recent times, providing five of the last six finalists in the Champions League, as well as five of the last eight winners.

It doesn’t stop there either, with teams from Spain also ruling the roost in Europe’s second tier tournament, the Europa League, taking four of the last five editions, highlighted by triumphs for goal happy Sevilla in 2014, ’15 and ’16.

Enthused by a domestic league bursting with quality and rivalry, Betting Directory’s Tom Lee, a regular visitor to Spain and its football grounds, takes a weekly look at the best bets on the fixture list…

Match day 15 looks set to be a cracker, and gets off to a flying start with Friday night’s southern derby between Malaga and Granada at La Rosaleda.

Despite being dumped out of the Copa del Rey, Malaga have enjoyed an impressive run of results, winning against the likes of Sporting Gijon, Leganes and Deportivo, scoring 11 goals alone against those three.

Bolt onto those victories a stubborn point in the Nou Camp, plus last weekend’s 2-2 draw away to Valencia, and you can see why their fans are perfectly content with how the campaign is going.

So, three points a formality against their less fashionable neighbours from an hour and a half down the road?

Don’t bet on it.

Threatened by the prospect of being jettisoned from the top flight, Granada’s backs to the walls performances of late mean they have what it takes to grab a point in what could be an entertaining game.

Five points from their last four league games has been much more like it, with further momentum gained by a Cup win over Osasuna.

Last weekend’s breathless victory over big-hitters Sevilla was a huge step, a league win any long last, and their point away to Valencia three weeks ago (who Malaga drew with last weekend) is a decent barometer of where they are at present.

Malaga are odds on and understandably so, but Granada can get something out of this, and at the prices a much more appealing bet is both teams to score and the game to end all square, something bet365 and Betfred go 9/2 about.

The great news for Granada is that they’re no longer bottom, leapfrogging current bottom feeders Osasuna with last week’s success.

That’s the same Osasuna who have the misfortune to welcome Barcelona to town this weekend in Saturday’s early kick-off, with Barca looking to build on their midweek Champions League romp against Borussia Moenchengladbach.

Luis Enrique’s team were deflated by a late late show from Sergio Ramos in the Clasico last Saturday, but they can take out their frustrations on an Osasuna outfit who struggle to score, let alone win, a prospect that seems unlikely with Barca desperate not to drop any more points before Christmas.

Stan James go even money about Barca to win to nil.

Good luck!

This weekend’s best bets in La Liga:

Fri 7.45pm – Malaga v Granada – Draw & both teams to score @ 9/2 (bet365)

Sat 12.00pm – Osasuna v Barcelona – Barca to win to nil @ Evens (Stan James)

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01 Dec
2016

In A Liga Of Its Own

Spanish football’s elite top flight, La Liga, is undoubtedly the dominant force in European football in recent times, providing five of the last six finalists in the Champions League, as well as five of the last eight winners.

It doesn’t stop there either, with teams from Spain also ruling the roost in Europe’s second tier tournament, the Europa League, taking four of the last five editions, highlighted by triumphs for goal happy Sevilla in 2014, ’15 and ’16.

Enthused by a domestic league bursting with quality and rivalry, Tom Lee, a regular visitor to Spain and its football grounds, takes a weekly look at the best bets on the fixture list…

Week 14 of the campaign is an especially good one on which to kick-off, bringing with it the first Clasico of the season, as Barca and Real Madrid face off in the Nou Camp on Saturday afternoon.

There’ll be a long time for whoever wins that one to bask in their superiority, principally because the reverse fixture in the Bernabeu isn’t until April 23rd, the same day the Catalan holiday of Sant Jordi is celebrated.

More of that later, as first up at midday on Saturday, bottom club Granada try and do what they haven’t so far this season, namely win a league game!

Alas, despite their confidence boosting 1-0 home win at Los Carmenes in the Copa del Rey over Osasuna on Wednesday, this could be a case of returning back to earth with a bump.

They welcome a prolific Sevilla side who enjoyed themselves in a 5-1 Cup win of their own against Formentera in midweek, and have been going well in the league, amassing 27 points and a share of second in the table.

Recent results such as their 3-2 win away to Deportivo La Coruna suggest they really ought to come this through unscathed, gaining vital ground on a weekend where both Madrid and Barca could very well drop points.

Sevilla are 4/5 for the win with any of Betfred, Hills, Skybet or Stan James.

Which leads us neatly onto the 3.15pm kick-off in Barcelona, and a defining fixture at the Nou Camp, the old stadium guaranteed to be packed to the rafters for the game the locals really want to see…

No Barcelona manager has ever lost twice on the bounce against Real at home, but boss Luis Enrique presides over a side who are stuttering by comparison to their usual standards, drawing their last three in all competitions.

Should Barca succeed it’ll be their 50th home win in the league against their bitter rivals, and they’re likely to have ‘the artist’, Andres Iniesta, back in some capacity after returning from injury.

That said, Lionel Messi has gone five matches without scoring against Madrid, who are missing Gareth Bale but should have key man Casemiro back in the eleven.

Madrid will be happy to preserve the six point gap at the top, while Barca are under huge pressure to deliver, especially with the visitors remaining unbeaten this season.

With so much riding on this and goals likely it’s not hard to be tempted by the idea of a score draw, especially with bookies offering us 7/2 about the game ending level and both teams finding the net in the process.

That price is available with any of bet365, Betfred or BetVictor.

Buena Suerte!

Saturday’s best bets in La Liga:

Sevilla to win away at Granada @ 5/6 with betfair

Barcelona & Real Madrid to draw & both teams to score @ 7/2 with bet365

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