Crab dressed with home made mayo' the nap ….

Published On November 29, 2011 | By dominic | Uncategorized

It’s an early start from Lingfield Park this Tuesday afternoon where the action gets under way at 12.10 with the first divide of the amateur  handicap. The London Victoria to Lingers Inter City connection will do me, it’s only five minutes’ walk to the track.Sorted!  I might even chance a British Rail cheese and pickle sarnie, although on second thoughts maybe not ,best to wait until I hit the races. I’m told the dressed crab with home made mayo’ is the nap at the sea food bar with a saver recommended  on a jellied eel. Sounds pretty disgusting!  I like that Simon Walker, he’s the guvnor in these Corinthian riders events and due respect is awarded to his mount Participation, although recent form figures are not encouraging.Carnac is consistent although his win to races ratio of two from thirty six does need to be improved while top weight Herrera won at Beverley during the summer and is entitled to go close in this today.

Mr Walker has a more realistic chance in the second divide of this handicap with the recent course and distance winner Henry Holmes.Galioto is another who is capable of producing a performance here while a cursory market check is recommended when assessing the chances of Jim Boyle’s Epsom trained Sioux City girl a mare running in her first handicap today.

Toreador has been around for some time and Kevin Ryan’s six year old can be given a life in the sprint claimer at 1.10.His game plan is hardly a secret,ping the lids, tack over to the rails asap and make all to win going away. If only it were so easy!.Deerslayer has been living out of a suitcase this year.First of all down at Jim Bests’ Lewes quarters  then onto  Richard Guest’s pensione in South Yorkshire and now settling in nicely at Amy Weaver’s Newmarket yard. He’s won five already this year and is a big player in this contest today.

The Nursery handicap at 1.45 is a decent looking contest where Richard Hannon runs two, Tones the mount of Jimmy ‘good’ Fortune and the filly Emmuska ,partnered by leading apprentice Kieran O’Neill. Masters Club is another to consider.No rest for the wicked he won at Wolves yesterday afternoon.

If bookmakers were to frame races they would be quite happy with the make up of the twelve furlong handicap at 2.15.Plenty of in form handicappers taking each other on makes solving this race quite a task. Green Wadi must have a chance coming here on the back of wins recorded at Kempton and Lingfield while Andrew Balding’s Pittrodie Star showed a return to form on his latest start and with a first time visor today can be given a chance. I think I’ll swerve this contest and chance the Times quick crossword, I might have a better chance at cracking that.

Five Star Junior seeks his fourth course and distance win in the six furlong handicap at 2.50.Not the greatest of draws but he is dropping in grade and is respected in this race.Kevin Ryan sends Dickies Lad down also and this lightly raced three year old could go well at a price, while Capone with the box three draw appeals as the pick of the Dandy Nicholl’s pair.

Racing closes with a seven furlong handicap a race where  the judges have been piling into this Shelagh all morning.’Trum’ (3-1),’chops’ (5-2)  have been smashed and at time of writing this unexposed filly was heading towards being a 2-1 chance.Indus Valley ran a decent third at Dundalk on his latest and could go well at a useful price under champion apprentice  Martin Harley  and final mention for course specialist Bold Ring under Jimmy ‘The mighty’ Quinn who seeks a fifth track success this afternoon .


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