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I think we would all be wise to sit-up and take notice of these three very much in form trainers over the coming week or so. John Gosden had a terrific Royal Ascot courtesy of Stradivarius, Calyx, Without Parole and Monarchs Glen but has horses to be interested in in the comings days and weeks.
Staple grove made an encouraging debut for the yard and holds entries in the coming days and is one to be interested in. A source of ours near to the heart of the stable tells us that Spanish Aria, Loujain and Garrick are all fancied to step up by the yard.
Valcartier also could have a big chance if returning to form at Salisbury this Wednesday should he be declared to participate.
Nicky Henderson is performing at a much higher win percentage than is normally the case at this time of year.
Normally Nicky Henderson does not achieve these percentages but a turnaround in approach has obviously been made. Horses being mentioned from a yard connection are Ballinure, The Bottom Bar and Monbeg Legend all three of which demand our respect this coming week.
Iain Jardine is the most inform trainer as I write with the best stats of all. In the next week or so Iain has entries on the Flat and over Jumps.
Look carefully for them. Something Brewing has a couple of entries and could strike Gold this week. Gunnabedum and Alemaratalyoum couldrun well whilst Tor could go again at Chester this week after running so well at the last meeting at this course.
Watch out for Iain as he has his team in form. The racing codes collide on Saturday with big televised races on the Flat and over jumps at Doncaster and Wincanton.
The November Handicap is the last significant race on the level of the turf season while the Badger Ales Trophy Chase is a competitive handicap.
You might get better terms if you shop around but most bookies are offering one quarter the odds for the first four places.
The calculation is as follows:. However, the flaw in backing horses each way is that the true odds are significantly lower because you lose the win element of the bet.
So, a one point each way double costs you twice the stake unit. An alternative is to back horses for a place only with a betting exchange but the odds are reduced accordingly.
Generally, each way betting is something I avoid. It makes more sense in my mind to back two horses to win a race than place a single each way bet on one runner.
The returns are the same and you can only have one winning bet. I prefer to have two horses running for me to win the race than one horse on my side who will give me a return if making the payout places.
The outcome is the same because you are forfeiting one point and its horses for courses. You might prefer to back just one each way rather than both to win.
The November Handicap is run over one mile four furlongs. No horse has won the race more than once in a contest for horses aged three and older.
The winner last year was aged three but a seven-year-old obliged in Since only five horses carrying nine stone and more has prevailed. In that time only one favourite has won.
John Gosden is the only multiple winning trainer in the last decade. The four-year-old has produced some solid form without winning.
Josephine Gordon is a respected jockey so there are no fears in that area. Chelsea Lad last ran four weeks ago which is a decent gap in terms of fitness and recovery.
Over the sticks at Wincanton the feature is the Badger Ales contest run over three miles and one furlong. There have been two dual winners but since a different horse has won the race.
Nine of the last 17 winners carried more than 11 stone and the age range has been six to Shelford Man and Yala Enki are the two to back if you want to cover more than one of the bases.
Backing horses win or each way is a personal preference but a third option is to cover these four horses in cross doubles, either to win their races or make the frame.
You could have a very exciting 30 minutes if any two of the four do the business. There are three trainers who have caught my attention looking at results and performances of their horses which I think we should all sit up and take notice of.
I am not saying they will win with every horse they run but it would be folly not to give serious consideration to these trainers who are in such good form.
John Gosden has had his string in decent form throughout the summer but they have run to a very reasonable standard of performance too.
The likes of Enable and Cracksman no doubt being the stables highlights. John has plenty of entries this week before the official closure of the Turf season at Doncaster next Saturday.
Seven of the entries are in the one mile novice race so it will be interesting to see who represents the yard.
Elsaakb has multiple entries in the coming week and is one to look out for. John may also run Cashla Bay this week after a very disappointing run last time…she is better than that.
So I advise you to give John Gosden horses consideration in the near future. Paul Nicholls early season form shows no sign of stopping… yet again.
So with some big prizes coming up in the near future Nicholls looks qualified to be taking some of those prizes.
Paul has plenty to keep him motivated in the meantime with horses like Politologue, San Benedeto and Top Of The Game all ready to make their seasonal debuts.
At Newbury on Friday the exciting prospect If You Say Run could make her next appearance but she holds an entry at Ludlow on the same day so watch which race Paul decides to run her in as she looks a very useful prospect.
Graeme McPherson is our third trainer in this weeks article. He is already well on the way to beating last seasons prize money and has eight wins on the board in fact by the end of next week he could have double figures with Rio Brava and Silva Samourai worthy of serious consideration.
Graeme McPherson for a small yard trainer is producing good stats and is an upcoming trainer. Very capable with the horses he has. Worthy of the utmost respect.
I hope the article helps in your quest for winners. Our selections in November were All bets proofed. Follow the link below to join a WINNING SERVICE… we give a maximum of one tip per day… nothing else.
For the best bets each day from High Roller Racing CLICK HERE! In racing Cracksman ran an impressive trial for the Arc in France on Sunday.
However, connections will only decide if the horse runs a few days before the race. Backing the horse now carries a risk but the latest odds are too good to miss:.
The owner is inclined to miss the Arc this year but the trainer John Gosden will have the final say and he tends to be brave at times like this.
However, it will be a tough ask to beat Enable who looks a penalty kick to win the race. We have the small matter of the final Classic of the season at Doncaster on Saturday before considering the Arc.
Crystal Ocean looks interesting as joint favourite with Capri at that price. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies.
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In Ireland, John has won the Irish Champion Stakes twice, the Irish Guineas, the Irish Oaks with Great Heavens, the Matron Stakes with Rainbow View, the Irish St.
Leger twice, and the Pretty Polly Stakes three times. In Italy, John has won the Gran Premio del Jockey Club with Shantou, the Premio Presidente della Republica the Premio Roma twice, and the Gran Premio di Milano twice.
About John. As the day continued the sun beamed across the glorious green straight of Epsom and the winners romped home. None more impressive than the stylish filly, out of Derby hero Sea The Stars, Taghrooda who was ridden in a prominent position and asserted her quality when stretching away for a vintage victory.
The atmosphere was vibrant and the mood was happy as the day continued. It was a glorious sight to see. RaceMakers were on track at Epsom bright and early to begin our duties.
As we arrived, the heavens opened. Torrential rain began to pour down and dampen the Epsom ground but not the spirits of the RaceMakers.
Armed with umbrellas and that same smile from Oaks day, RaceMakers began by greeting guests at the entrances and escorting them across the course under shelter as the heavy rain continued for the early part of the morning.
Come rain or shine, RaceMakers are there to make your day that little bit more enjoyable. Soon, the clouds cleared and the crowds arrived in their thousands.
The packed terraces of Epsom were ready to witness a historical day of racing. RaceMakers mingled amongst the crowds hoping to find some Derby tips of ourselves.
Partnered with enthusiastic and fearless London Racing Club secretary Kate Austin, I was privileged enough to speak to a group of Chelsea Pensioners.
On a race day that optimises British culture it was a true honour to meet decorated veterans such as these. And between the three we spoke to — they had the tricast!
As the afternoon warmed it was time for a Royal arrival. The Derby is a race she adores, and it is a credit to the sport that Her Majesty makes time for it.
RaceMakers were keen to be involved in all aspects of Derby day. Set magnificently against the backdrop of the parade ring was a Harvey Nicholls stylist tent — in which the glamourous fillies could have their hair and make up touched up.
Well, the early rain had dampened my hair-do but not my enthusiasm.