Racing tips FREE, 15th June 2018 YORK & SANDOWN

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Below are today’s racing tips free for the meetings at York and Sandown this afternoon. Evening racing will be at Chepstow and Goodwood and free tips for those meetings will be posted by 3pm.



York is one of the fairest in the country. A beautiful venue (also known as the Knavesmire) it is a wide track with few undulations and sweeping bends. It has a 51/2f run-in and so is a galloping horse’s dream. However it is very difficult to front run and win – an analysis by Simon Rowlands put York as 36th best track (out of 37) for front runners. Our choice in the 14.55, a race over 6f with 19 runners, is Made in Lewisham. Why?

  1. The draw at York favours high drawn stalls over 6f – the selection is drawn 14/19 – as high drawn horses race up the stands rails
  2. He is a rangy, big galloping type so York should suite him
  3. He is a hold up horse who ran well last time out over the stiff up hill finish over 5f at Leicester. He met a few issues in running that day and while he wasn’t going to win he wasn’t knocked about either. This 6f looks ideal.
  4. His trainer David Evans is in form and he has the assistance of the excellent James Doyle (“The Doyler”)who excels on galloping tracks (he has a 20.5% strike rate here) because he is really good at pace and keeping a horse balanced.

Currently 20/1 this is not for the faint hearted. I believe he will at least be there or there about’s so a sizeable PLACE bet is recommended with a small WIN bet just to make it exciting!!


Was held up in a Listed event here over 5f where they went pretty quick. He was only beaten 2.25l and was running on nearest at the finish so the extra furlong today will help his cause. He was 25/1 that day – nibbled at @33/1 – so a little bit of confidence that this horse has ability. On that run and with a line through others in the race a mark of 92 doesn’t look unreasonable – that being the case he is pretty well in here (8lbs well in with the current favourite). The selection is from a good yard and has the assistance of the annoying but brilliant hold up king Jamie Spencer. At 5/1 he is certainly worth a strong PLACE bet and WIN bet.



Did too much too soon at Goodwood on the sharp 6f there. Jumping smartly out of the stalls he quickly tracked across the field to grab the rail and then led until the 2f pole. In the end beaten only 6l even though he wasn’t pushed out. The form of that race was given a boost when 4th placed Dunkerron won a 6f Cl4 event at Windsor next time out. This stiffer 5f should suite better and I will take on the favourite at the current 3/1 price. The one I fear most is Dark Shadow whose first introduction to the race track was a bit fractious but the winner of his race went on to compete in a listed event at Ascot – fourth beaten 1.75l. As GOOD LUCK FOX is drawn 1 and will more than likely lead on the far rail this appear to be the place to be. I would recommend a “Back to Lay” bet on the Betfair Exchange.

  1. Choose your stake – £x (where x is what you want to bet £10, £20 .. )
  2. Place the BACK bet, say £50, before the off at the best odds you can get – currently 4.5
  3. Just before the off assess how much risk you want to take (see video on back to lay betting). If you want to take few risks and get 50% profit (ie £25 profit) then put a LAY bet of £75 on at 3.0. To take more risk but double your money (make £50 profit) then put a LAY bet of £100 on at 2.24.
  4. Obviously you can also manage the risk by raising and lowering the stakes.
  5. PLAN B is if Good Luck Fox doesn’t break well and lead to “cash out” as quickly as possible as close to neutral as we can get.




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