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All About That Naas

Good morning all,

I shan't pretend I'm any expert on the Irish racing but I have had a look at the Naas card on the preview today and maybe there's a couple of bets to be had.

Sooner we get back to racing where I know most of the runners the better!

Have a good weekend everyone and I'll be back Tuesday, hopefully we'll have heard some better news by then.Continue Reading

Blank For A Bit Yet

Good morning all,

It would appear we are going to be devoid of racing in this country until Wednesday at least, according to the BHA's edict from yesterday. It's only right and proper we take all possible precautions against the equine influenza and stop it spreading as soon as we can and if we have to lose a few day's racing to make sure we get Cheltenham next month, then so be it.

Speaking of which, the fun and games will really start once we get back underway – how will this loss of racing affected the likes of Native River and Clan Des Obeaux, both due to clash this weekend as a prep for the Gold Cup? They and many other horses will need to find races and quickly. Let's hope the BHA have a plan to save the big events missed and get them on as soon as possible once racing resumes.

Again today then, no selection but I will have a look at Naas for tomorrow given it's on the TV. I'm no expert on Irish racing but I'll do my best. Second part of Sandown on the main piece. Continue Reading

Looking Like Bad News

Good morning all,

I was fully expecting to go to Huntingdon today and learn a few things, but on waking to learn that all racing is cancelled due to an outbreak of equine flu, it seems nobody will be going anywhere for a while.

We can only hope it can be contained as quickly as possible – seems from a quick look a the subject it can take months in some cases – and with Cheltenham only a few weeks away, we can only keep out fingers crossed we don't face a similar scenario.

For today, the first of two parts reviewing last Saturday's Sandown meeting, which I attended, With no racing today, there will be no selection at the end – I don't even look at Meydan, it's not my thing at all! Continue Reading

Big Bash Winner: Stars can go all the way

David M is back tomorrow, so today a little cricket action from James Pacheco and I have included a racing selection also…

What does everyone need to do?

We’re reaching the business end of the Big Bash and with no matches till Thursday, I’m turning my attentions to the winner market.

The Hobart Hurricanes, the most impressive team are in the semis and very likely to top the group stages and have a home semi-final. The Sydney Sixers are also through, as are the Melbourne Renegades. Those two could still top the group but it’s unlikely with the Hurricanes needing just one win from their last two matches. And that’s assuming that both the Renegades or the Stars win and improve their net run rates. First from the Group Stages plays fourth with the former at home and second plays third with the Group Stage runner-up playing on home territory.

Clear as mud?Continue Reading

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