FREE flat racing tips for 9th June 2018 races at BEVERLEY, HAYDOCK, CATTERICK, NEWMARKET AND MUSSELBURGH

FREE flat racing tips today:

BEVERLEY:

JUNGLE INTHEBUNGLE – 14.40

Drawn 1 over 5f is a big advantage at Beverley & with Mick Channon a rare visitor & in red hot form I will take a chance at 9/1 that he’ll give me a run for my money. As usual I recommend a saver place bet or if you are more conservative just the place bet on the Betfair exchange where he is currently 3/1.

KODDYANNA – 15.15

This race is also over 5f and Richard Fahey runs two here. I take the Paul Hanigan choice drawn low in 6 to come out on top.

CATTERICK:

BUSTAM – 17.15

Won’t be a great price and I advise a look at the market as this from the Quinn yard. Main reason for choosing Bustam is the draw. Emphatic his main market rival is coming from a wide draw in 6 and Bustam is coming from 2. At Catterick this may just be enough of an advantage to see him home and as it stands he represents better value as in a handicap he would have to concede 4lbs to Emphatic.

HAYDOCK:

LAST PAGE – 17.10

David Evans is having a little purple patch at the moment and Silvestre De Sousa is on board today. Drawn wide he will have the advantage of running up the stands rail and his recent form suggests he could take a race of this sort. Not a confident pick after SdS’s display yesterday for me but he did win one for Evans so we’ll see.

NEWMARKET:

BYRON FLYER – 15.40

Ryan Moore is the outstanding jockey at Newmarket. He rarely rides for Ian Williams and when he rode this horse last he was beaten a neck in a similar event (1m6f Cl2) at Doncaster. Seventh in the Cesarewitch here over 2m2f he was there until loosing his place inside the final furlong. Good chance and at 7/1 will definitely be placed.

AIM OF ARTEMIS – 16.15 (LAY BET – FALSE FAVOURITE)

Currently 4/7 favourite this horse has won a minor event and should progress. First run for John Gosden he may well win this and I advise watching the market to see if professional money is lumping on. But to me 4/7 is terrible value with several others having reasonable chances 0 that’s not factoring the surprise newcomer or improver. LAY as long as the money doesn’t come.

MUSSELBURGH

REVEREND JACOBS – 13.55 (NAP)

Now here’s a horse which has shown his form and looks a really good thing. William Haggas and the young Kevin Stott have a good record and even though he doesn’t come up to Scotland often Haggas has a 28.5% strike rate at this track. So at around evens to slight odds on this is a fair bet as we have also seen what the others can do and The Glasgow Warrior represents the biggest threat but should be well beaten.

JACOB BLACK – 17.30

There are always winners for Joe Fanning here at Musselburgh because he is such a fantastic judge of pace and this track favours front runners. Jacob Black has won here over C&D and can run from the front so I expect that to be the tactic today with Joe winding it up as they enter the straight and the others just unable to pass. You could look at a straight bet or this one has “back to lay” all over it. Currently 2/1 (3.0 or better) place a £x bet to win on Betfair exchange. Then when in running if he gets out in front as predicted place the lay bet of £2x at evens (2.0). If things go as predicted this will be taken between the 2f and 1f poles as in running punters realise he might make all and you will make £x profit (where x= what ever stake you choose £10, £20…).

I will do a video on “back to lay” betting in the coming week.

 

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  • June 10, 2018 at 6:40 pm
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    REVIEW OF RESULTS

    BEVERLEY:
    Jungle Inthebungle – WINNER
    As predicted the selection was handy from stall 1 and was given a nice ride by Charles Bishop to win well – never really looking like being passed. A nice winner at the advised price (9/1)!! And you get your place bet come in as well.

    Koddyanna – WINNER
    Paul Hanigan chose right. But she didn’t have an easy race – cut up, little room and Paul gave her a great ride under just hands and heels. She showed a good turn of speed without having to be put under pressure once she had clear racing rom about 1f out. Nice winner at the 11/2 price you would have got if following the blog. Could go on to win again.

    CATTERICK:
    Bustam – THIRD
    Should have gone with stall 1 as this is where the winner came from. The market showed that Bustam was heavily layed towards the start and this would have put me off backing him as advised.

    HAYDOCK:
    Last Page – FIFTH
    Wasn’t confident about this one. Expected SdS to bring him up the stands rails but he drifted out into
    the middle of the track and found little under pressure from about 1f out. The winner was a nice sort out of the Hugo Palmer stable and ridden by the top jockey James Doyle. Wouldn’t be quick to back Last Page again.

    NEWMARKET:
    Byron Flyer – LAST
    Addicted to You stumbled really badly and shot right straight into Byron Flyer, unseating Harry Bentley, and amazingly Ryan Moore reacted so that he not only stayed on Byron Flyer but only lost one iron which he managed to get back quickly. Watch the replay to see why Ryan Moore is so good. While he could continue riding he didn’t attempt to pressure the horse and easied down in the final 2f.

    Aim of Artemis – WINNER (advised lay at 4/7)
    Started race at 11/10 and so anyone laying at 4/7 would make a healthy profit on the exchanges.

    MUSSELBURGH:
    Reverend Jacobs – FOURTH
    Not a great ride by Kevin Stott. Wandered badly under pressure causing interference and loosing several lengths. Finished third but relegated to fourth. If you did take the advice to back him at evens then you might have got out at the 8/13 that he went off at? Still very disappointing run and the winner, Dance King, from the Tim Easterby stable shows that trainer to be in cracking form.

    Jacob Black – WINNER
    Looked all over the winner from some way out. As usual a very nice ride from Joe Fanning who had him handy (not front running) and then just pushed the button and did it really well. Your “back to lay” bet was in the bag two furlongs out!!

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