3 June 2017

Good results yesterday with Enable winning at around 7/1.  She won well in the end, it looked as though the favourite Rhododendron was going to be a big threat when making her move about 2 fulongs out, but Frankie Dettori asked for more from Enable and she basically outstayed the second to win by a wide margin.

On my update I gave a winner from Catterick, Beach Break winning easily at 6/4 returned, he was around 7/4 when I backed him.

Today is Derby day, I think it is a very open race this year.  Usually in the Classic races one horse usually stands out from the rest, but not today.  I am going to back two horses in the race.

Todays Free tips as follows:

Horse:  Cracksman (Each Way), Cliffs Of Moher (Each Way)

Time:  4:30 Epsom

Current Odds:  5/1, both horses.

Race analysis as follows:

Cracksman won at Epsom recently, he lacks a bit of racing experience, but I think this horse with his previous course experience has shown that he can handle the track, which is important. He finished his race off very well that day and should stay the extra two furlongs today.  His jockey is on a high after yesterday and the stable are in great form.

Cliffs of Moher is a big danger, that is why I am backing him as well.  He won his trial at Chester, his trainer is a master at training this type of horse and I think he will improve a lot from Chester.  He galloped right through the line when winning his trial over an extended 1 mile 2 furlongs, he looks sure to stay today’s 1m 4 furlongs, so I can’t leave him out.

Horse : Bustam

Time:  6:10 Newcastle

Current Odds:  4/5

Race analysis :

This horse was very unlucky last time when second, it was not jockey Jason Hart’s finest hour, he should of won.  Today his odds are not generous, but I’m still going to play.  The 4lb he receives from his main danger Guzman tilt’s the scales in favour of my tip.

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