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Trainer Trends Selections

There's a lot of talk at the moment about using Trainer Trends to find selections and we have been recommending the method here since we launched 16 months ago.

Mark Foley is our ‘go to guy' for Trainer Trends and he is in great form with another winner yesterday at 9/2.

This brings his profit since the start of this years flat season to 46.37 points profit, that's in just 20 days.

Mark has two selections today and an additional one that might qualify if the price shortens. as an example of what members of Mark's Trainer Trends service receive each day he has allowed me to publish the two main selections for you, here.

As we saw the other day, previous good course form over Goodwood’s twists and turns is a big bonus, some horses just don’t act on the track and Pearl Castle has already won over a mile at glorious Goodwood. Pearl Castle’s sole win in 4 outings came on ground similar to today, there have been valid excuses for the two runs since; it would come as no surprise to see a much improved performance today.

The Dascombe stable won last year’s renewal of the 3.50 race and had runners make the frame in the 2010 and 2011 renewals. This is their local track and Fine n Dandy ran well on debut and is well drawn in Stall 3.

Personally, I will be backing Pearl Castle and Fine n Dandy to win today.


Pearl Castle 2.30 Goodwood (5/1 with Bet365/Powers): Off the mark at second attempt when making all in 1m maiden here in August before well held in a heavy-ground Ayr nursery; again down the field on seasonal debut at Windsor on reappearance (led) and though it´s still very early days for him and he has been dropped 2lb since, others appeal more for win purposes.

Andrew Balding:
Runners in 3yo plus races priced 9/1 or shorter:
Runners at Bath, Chepstow, Newmarket and Windsor had a good record.
The runners aged 5 or younger performed well.
Runners ridden by William Buick, Jimmy Fortune and David Probert had a good record.

Fine n Dandy 3.50 Chester (9/4 widely available): Could not get to grips with more-experienced Limegrove in four-runner Lingfield 5f AW maiden on debut a fortnight ago; should improve with that experience under his belt, has good draw and trainer won this last year.

Tom Dascombe
2 yo runners priced less than 9/1:
The runners priced 4/1 or shorter performed well.
The Fillies had an impressive record.
Runners having their 2nd run did well.
Runners ridden by Richard Kingscote had a good record.

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