TWW currently stands at +1.85 pts
The more eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed that this is the second Fri 27th March post in as many weeks as I also accidentally posted the date incorrectly last week. It’s corrected now!
Fortunately that little mishap didn’t have any detrimental effects on the results. On the contrary, a column deficit of -7.65pts became a positive figure of +1.85 after two superb results last Saturday afternoon. Hunters Belt won at Kelso at an industry S.P of 20/1 (advised here at 14/1) and Sharney Sike ran a great race to place third (advised at 10/1) on the same card.
To those of you who used to read my Friday subscription column “Something For The Weekend?” I thank you for continuing to read me here on my personal blog ,and keeping the faith, and I hope we continue to have some winners together.
On Saturday my selection comes in the easiest race of the day – The Lincoln. Anything with 20+ runners is easy right? The horse I am opting for is John Gosden’s Gm Hopkins. The horse is rated 99 and has had seven career runs coming into this race as 4-y-o. He won the Silver Cambridgeshire last year and has all the potential to move up to a potential Group Three horse.
Rab Havlin takes the ride on Saturday and Gosden’s “backroom” man will certainly be at the forefront come the end of this prestigious handicap race.
0.5pt e/w Gm Hopkins 3.45 Doncaster (7/1 Coral, BetVictor).
*price correct as of 8.10pm Friday.