Wednesday’s Result :
2.30 Musselburgh : Dear Sire @ 11/2 BOG WON at 4/1 Tracked leaders, went 2nd 4 out, led approaching next, mistake 2 out, 2 lengths clear when blundered and good recovery by rider last, rider continued without irons flat, ridden out, kept on well to win by 5 lengths
Thursday’s pick goes in the…
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Dark Side Dream @ 4/1 BOG
A very consistent 5yr old gelding who is trained by Chris Dwyer, a trainer with a good record in A/W handicaps in recent years, winning 77 of 454 (17% SR) for 202.5pts (+44.6% ROI) since the start of 2013, including…
- those returning from a break of 4 to 30 days = 71/354 (20.1%) for 239pts (+67.5%)
- over 5f to 1m : 64/353 (18.1%) for 236.8pts (+67.1%)
- those finishing 2nd/3rd LTO are 28/115 (24.4%) for 112.4pts (+97.8%)
- on tapeta : 14/93 (15.1%) for 35.8pts (+38.5%)
- and those ridden by Silvestre de Sousa are 24/83 (28.9%) for 66.2pts (+79.8%)
And from the above, we can ascertain that those racing over 5f to 1m, 4 to 30 days after their last run are 59/279 (21.2% SR) for 261.1pts (+93.6% ROI), of which those who finished 2nd or 3rd LTO are 24/82 (29.3%) for 124.1pts (+151.3%)
…providing a…a 1pt win bet on Dark Side Dream @ 4/1 BOG which was widely available at 6.05pm on Wednesday and to see what your preferred bookie is offering, simply…
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P.S. all returns quoted are to Betfair SP, as (i) I NEVER bet to ISP and neither should you and (ii) although inferior to the BOG odds we secure, BFSP is the nearest approximation I can give, so I actually expect to beat the returns quoted.