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have a serious
cap rival in the
over an ex-
Bath tonight; Sylvester Kirk's charge is undoubt-
edly the best bet of the day and napped to make it
seventh time lucky under 5lbs stable apprentice,
This consistent, hitherto luckless, Dandy Man filly
was placed in five starts before finishing seventh (of
23!) to Benghali Express in the fiercely-competi-
tive, extremely valuable, Super Sprint at Newbury
Looking at this opener, on a six-race programme,
from any form angle there can only be one selection,
even though a trio of lightly-raced juveniles could
improve from debut experience.
The fourth stage of 'Glorious Goodwood' will be
extremely difficult for battered punters who have
hardly had a sniff all week and can only gaze at secure,
closed, bulging bookmaker's satchels; a depressing
sight given the amount of study involved. Apparently
it was close to being abandoned Wednesday.
Rapid changes on racing surfaces are the bane of
seriously-minded punters and that's why I'll definitely
concentrate on four other turf-flat fixtures which in-
clude Thirsk and a good opportunity for twice-raced,
Mick Channon-trained, Jean Paget in a seven-runner
2-y-o Selling Stakes over six furlongs.
Such races are best sorted by process of elimina-
tion, at least four will probably never win any race
whatsoever and another is un-raced; what quality
of thoroughbred is 'introduced' at the lowest level?
How moderate must this filly be?
Jean Paget has consistent but moderate Time For
Treacle to beat; always a suitable situation to have
odds of 2/1 or better to beat one!
Channon also journeys Aquadabra for a six-runner
Nursery Handicap over five furlongs and this recent
Bath winner comes out 'best-in' under Brian Curtis,
seventh different jockey in nine outings!
Aquadabra is a tough, hardy, sort and Curtis will
doubtless put her experience advantage to use; each-
way seems an obvious course to take.
Incidentally Three Little Birds was also entered at
Nottingham yesterday; in the event owners 'forced'
trainer Sylvester Kirk to go for a bonus insert once-
raced Gossip Column in the DAILY PATENT; stron-
ly-fancied to improve considerably.
Winter claims 4th straight success
Winter claimed her fourth straight Group One
success with a classy display in the Nassau Stakes
at Glorious Goodwood, yesterday.
The grey daughter of Galileo has been a revelation
since switching to the Aidan O'Brien stable this season
and advertised another string to her considerable bow
with a comfortable victory on her first attempt over
a mile and a quarter.
She was made to battle after challenging the
pace-setting Sobetsu at the furlong pole but Win-
ter, ridden by Ryan Moore, mastered that rival with
aplomb before staying on strongly to score by a length
and a half from Blond Me, who picked up the pieces
as Sobetsu's early efforts took their toll.
The major disappointment of the race was John
Gosden's So Mi Dar, who was a little keen to post on
her first run of the season and seemingly failed to
handle the rain-soaked ground.
Under: (Last Friday)
10.30 am....................... 25-22
1 pm ................................... 4-15
4 pm .................. .............22-25
6.30 pm............ .................10-9
PICK TWO SELECTIONS
2-3-4-5-14 Mx: 4
31 (Parson Wife) 10.30 am
5 (Parson Man) 4 pm
23 (House) 6.30 pm
TODAY'S STAR BETS
2 (Old Lady)
18 (Water Boat)
LAST DRAW: THURSDAY
WHEN DE MARK BUSS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 2017
9 (Cattle) 1 pm
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
02 OLD LADY
04 DEAD MAN
05PARSONMAN 4 8 10 4 26
15SICKWOMAN4 6 3 2 14
18WATERBOAT 7 7 5 4 23
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
27 LITTLESNAKE 5 7 1 6 19
28 RED FISH
29OPIUMMAN 6 7 3 7 23
30HOUSECAT 5 4 5 1 15
31PARSONWIFE6 65 6 23
34 BLIND MAN
35 BIG SNAKE
31 (Parson Wife)
Thirsk, 10.40 Jean Paget
11.10 Aquadabra (e.w)
Bath, 2.30 Three Little Birds (nap)
Newmarket, 3.25 Gossip Column
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