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23 June 2014 09:57:23 mirror - Sport

Groups A and B will be decided today, with the Netherlands and Chile facing off in Sao Paulo. Follow all the build-up and latest news here

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21 May 2014 14:37:32 mirror - News

Despite his latest clangers, the UKIP leader is standing firm and feeling confident his party will win this week's European elections

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Mechanical v human: Why do planes crash?

14 March 2014 12:37:52 BBC News - UK

Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH-370 but the speculation going on reveals something about laymen's assumptions about air crashes.

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27 August 2013 08:51:18 mirror - Sport

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Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

29 July 2013 13:40:35 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and today's best bets Monday's best bet, by Tony Paley Le Chat D'Or (4.30) didn't get a lot of luck when fourth in a Haydock race that has thrown up three subsequent winners so the handicapper has taken a chance in leaving him on the same mark, and he can capitalise at Ayr today. Tipping competition - a new week starts tomorrow Congratulations to Mulldog, who won last week's competition, largely through the victory of Almaty Express (22-1). For Glorious Goodwood week, we have two £25 bets as prizes, generously offered by Ladbrokes. One will go to the highest scorer in the usual manner, the other will be a sort of wooden spoon prize for the person who tips losers all week at the shortest average SP. Clearly, you'll have to decide at an early stage which of those prizes you're aiming at. Any winner at all will rule you out of contention for the wooden spoon, so don't be tipping 6-4 shots if you think they really might win; they'll cost you all chance of one prize without helping you much towards the other. Because of the nature of this competition, we'll return to having a full scoreboard for one week only. It's a Goodwood competition, so we won't start until tomorrow. But if you want to start your form studying, tomorrow's competition races will be: 3.05 Goodwood, 3.40 Goodwood, 5.25 Goodwood. For terms and conditions click here . See you back here tomorrow! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions        

Vice All News Time29 July 2013 13:40:35


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

25 July 2013 12:07:15 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day four of our weekly tipping competition Thursday's best bets, by Tony Paley At Sandown, Debdebdeb (2.30) , who had to play second fiddle to Great Hall when upped to this trip at Haydock, looks the one to be on in the Weatherbys Handicap. The Haydock winner is smart, while the third and fourth have both won since, so the form is rock-solid. Qawaasem (3.05) confirmed the promise of her Newmarket introduction third by returning there for the July Festival and winning what is traditionally an informative maiden. Charlie Hills has a good team of two-year-old fillies and this daughter of Shamardal can improve past her debut conqueror Lamar, who no longer has the edge in experience. Tipping competiton - day four Our winners so far this week: Monday Someone's Darling 7-4 Dartrix 7-2 Lodgician 5-1 Tuesday Golden Jubilee 7-2 Men Don't Cry 9-1 Spic 'N Span 14-1 Wednesday Almaty Express 22-1 Menelik 9-2 Boy The Bell 8-1 This week, our prize is a copy of Bloodline, the latest thriller from the Dick Francis stable, written by the great man's son Felix . Today we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.50 Sandown; 5.00 Bath and 5.30 Bath . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. For terms and conditions click here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time25 July 2013 12:07:15


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

24 July 2013 12:58:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day three of our weekly tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Tony Paley Angelito (4.00) left a rare poor effort when sixth at Redcar firmly behind at Windsor last time, finishing well after a sluggish start to take second. Though up 2lb for that effort at Catterick today, a quicker start could negate that rise and ensure he gets back to winning ways. Sandown's evening meeting is the most interesting of the day and Pearl Spectre (6.55) , who caught the eye in no uncertain terms in a maiden event at Newbury six weeks ago, should land short odds. Tipping competiton - day three Our winners so far this week: Monday Someone's Darling 7-4 Bold Prediction 9-2 Lodgician 5-1 Tuesday Golden Jubilee 7-2 Men Don't Cry 9-1 Spic 'N Span 14-1 And our leader on +9 is: NYStadium This week, our prize is a copy of Bloodline, the latest thriller from the Dick Francis stable, written by the great man's son Felix. Today we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.30 Catterick; 5.35 Lingfield and 5.40 Leicester . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. For terms and conditions click here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time24 July 2013 12:58:34


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

23 July 2013 13:22:51 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day two of our weekly tipping competition Tuesday's best bets, by Greg Wood Small fields racing on good-to-firm ground did not produce the long string of winning favourites that some might have expected on Monday, when two of the three races with three runners at Ayr were won by the outsider. The fickle thunderstorms forecast for much of the country overnight are unlikely to make the situation much more straightforward today. A few races still demand attention however, not least the sprint handicap at Musselburgh where Burning Thread is favourite to follow up a seven-length win last time out, which would be an impressive margin in a 12-furlong race, never mind a contest over the minimum trip. Tim Etherington's gelding can hardly claim consistency as a key characteristic, however, and while he has won four of his 26 starts, he has finished last in no fewer than 11. At the odds on offer, which is always the primary consideration, I mperial Legend (4.00) looks much more reliable. David Nicholls's runner has finished first and second on his last two starts and was perhaps a little unfortunate at Haydock last time out, when he helped to force too strong a pace. He is just 1lb higher here and can take advantage of any flakiness from the favourite. Idyllic Star (5.00) has plenty in hand judged on his win in an amateur riders' event at Hamilton last time out, while Vittachi (4.30) may be worth a small interest too. The form of his last start behind Grand Diamond looks a fair bit better this morning after the winner followed up at Ayr on Monday. Elsewhere at Ffos Las, Waterclock (8.05) is interesting as he makes only his fourth start in three seasons. It says something that Roger Charlton has persevered with him, and having looked sure to come on for the run on his only starts in 2011 and 2012, he now has a chance to follow up a promising seasonal debut. It could be a good day for favourites over the jumps, but Seedless (7.15) is a fair price at around 7-2 at Bangor tonight and the same goes for Ogee (3.45) at Southwell. Tipping competiton - day two Our winners so far this week: Monday Someone's Darling 7-4 Bold Prediction 9-2 Lodgician 5-1 And our joint-leaders on +5.75 are: melonk +5.75 forzaitalia1987 and halfienoakes This week, our prize is a copy of Bloodline, the latest thriller from the Dick Francis stable, written by the great man's son Felix . Today we'd like your tips, please, for these races: Ffos Las: 7.05, 7.35 and 9.05. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. For terms and conditions click here. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time23 July 2013 13:22:51


Talking Horses | Today's best bets and the latest racing news

20 July 2013 01:11:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog Cathy Gannon has many fans as a jockey while rarely getting a mount with a live chance in a valuable race. But she can make the most of such an opportunity aboard Alutiq (3.50) at Newbury in Saturday's Super Sprint, worth £122,000 to the winner. Bought by Qatari royals after winning her maiden in April, this filly has been the mount of Jim Crowley, who has gone to Ireland to ride Talent in their Oaks on Saturday evening. He and Alutiq were in the wrong place when flying home on the near side in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot to be a close seventh, having had nothing to race against for the last quarter-mile. That represents the single best bit of form on offer here, though admittedly there will be plenty of unexposed talent among the 25 runners. Alutiq can be relied on to bounce off this quick surface and her raw pace should make her a contender. 1.50 Newmarket Es Que Love has put up three cracking efforts on the bounce but has been raised 9lb for those honourable defeats, which makes him unattractive, even in this easier heat. Sam Sharp has been in good heart and should get the strong pace he needs. 2.05 Newbury Oddysey seems to have discovered a love for fast ground and may again be finishing best of all from a mark 4lb higher than her win at Doncaster last week. 2.25 Newmarket La Arenosa is the obvious one but Waila appeals as a possible source of value, having run a fair fifth in the Ribblesdale after failing to settle. A first-time hood may help. 2.40 Newbury Ocean War did better than eighth place would suggest in a Royal Ascot handicap, his first outing since Pour Moi's Derby two years before, but Black Spirit is preferred, having landed a couple of similar, small-field races last back-end. 2.55 Market Rasen Local Hero won this last year and is interesting again from only a 4lb higher mark, trying to preserve his unbeaten record at his local track. But he is up against some in-form types who may have more in hand, notably Sea Lord, who won a Group Three and a major handicap at Glorious Goodwood when running on the Flat. He hacked up in his first handicap hurdle last time. 3.15 Newbury Krypton Factor comes here after being denied a run in last week's July Cup and is the class act but may be vulnerable if the early pace is steady. Heeraat may be a value alternative. 3.30 Market Rasen Peter Bowen, who used to dominate this, has another fine chance in Dineur, though his Stratford win suggests he has little in hand on his new mark. There is more potential in Royale's Charter, who showed the necessary level of ability in two runs on decent ground last year before faring less well on much softer surfaces. Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time20 July 2013 01:11:34


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

17 July 2013 14:04:42 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day three of our weekly tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Greg Wood There were three scheduled handicaps at at Yarmouth last night with the perfect eight runners for each-way backers and all three ended up with fewer than eight horses going go post, so it was probably hoping for too much for the excellent three-year-old handicap at Sandown this evening to retain its shape. Sure enough, Keep Calm, one of the outsiders, came out of the race half an hour ago and the bookies will now pay only two places, but it remains an intriguing race of its type with several promising sorts from top yards at the head of the market. Four of the remaining seven runners are currently trading at between 3-1 and 4-1 on Betfair, with Mount Tiger, who won a maiden at Wolverhampton in a fast time last month, the narrow favourite. This is a tough race for a handicap debut, however, and Leitrim Pass (8.15) makes more appeal. William Haggas's has not had much go his way in two starts this season, but he remains on a fair mark as a result and is still open to improvement. Any advance on his close third at Doncaster last month, when he just failed to make up enough ground in a slowly-run race, could be enough to get him home in front this evening. Argent Knight (8.45) , who has been improving steadily this season without getting his nose in front, was only fourth at Haydock last time but he struggled to find racing room in the straight and the overall form of the race looks strong. Rain Mac (3.30) is the outsider of the field for his race at Lingfield but he has snippets of form which give him a chance, while Funding Deficit (4.10) has a decent chance in the sprint at Catterick this afternoon. Tipping competition, day three Our winners so far this week: Monday Bold Raider 4-1 Sennockian Star 5-2 Catflap 4-1 Tuesday Tartary 7-2 Niceonemyson 4-1 Sweet Talking Guy 9-4 And our leader is: Rivercity +13.50 who has started the week with two doubles, having picked Tartary and Niceonemysone yesterday. Woodywoody182 (+11.75) is chasing him hard, having had Tartary and Sweet Talking Guy yesterday. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.10 Catterick, 5.00 Lingfield, 8.15 Sandown . This week, our prize is a copy of The History of Bath Racecourse, a smart little book by Jim Beavis on the 200 years of racing in the Somerset city. Among lots of other things, it promises new details on the Francasal ringer scandal which took place 60 years ago this week. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -6. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time17 July 2013 14:04:42


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

16 July 2013 11:48:40 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets plus day two of our weekly tipping competition Tuesday's best bets The Art Of Racing (4.15) missed a beat at the start before failing to make a serious impact at Haydock but had previously gone close when beaten half a length by progressive filly March at Windsor. He's worth another chance off his revised rating at Bath today. Tipping competition, day two Our winners so far this week: Monday Bold Raider 4-1 Sennockian Star 5-2 Catflap 4-1 And our joint-leaders are: woodywoody182 +7 Rivercity +7 . . . who both had Bold Raider and Catflap. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.15 Bath, 5.35 Beverley, 6.50 Yarmouth . This week, our prize is a copy of The History of Bath Racecourse, a smart little book by Jim Beavis on the 200 years of racing in the Somerset city. Among lots of other things, it promises new details on the Francasal ringer scandal which took place 60 years ago this week. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -3. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley Greg Wood guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time16 July 2013 11:48:40


Talking Horses | Today's best bets and the latest racing news

13 July 2013 01:06:36 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog For backers of Shea Shea (3.50) , the detail to fret over ahead of Newmarket's July Cup is the distance of six furlongs. Since he started racing outside his native South Africa this spring, we have only ever seen him over five, the distance at which he hit the front and then got collared at Royal Ascot. Had you never seen him before, you probably wouldn't conclude from that race that he was crying out for another furlong. But he wasn't stopping either and it would probably be a mistake to doubt his ability to see out a strongly run six in the highest class, given that he won a Grade One at that trip in South Africa, where he has also won over seven. He even won over six on soft going. Significantly, the move to six will make life harder for Sole Power, who mugged Shea Shea close home at Ascot, flying up the opposite side of the track. Sole Power has looked a short runner on all four previous attempts at this distance, finishing unplaced in the last two. Lethal Force, who won a Group One at this distance at the Royal meeting, risks setting this up for Shea Shea if he repeats his front-running effort from then. Society Rock, who chased him home, has tended to show his best form at Ascot rather than at either of his home tracks here. Gale Force Ten is a fascinating contender, stepping back down to sprints after winning the Jersey at Royal Ascot, beating Montiridge, who won here on Thursday. Gale Force Ten was only beaten half a length by Reckless Abandon in the Middle Park at this distance last year but odds of 13-2 make him less tempting than Shea Shea at 4s. 1.55 Ascot Having returned to form with an unlucky fifth at Sandown eight days ago, Taajub must be of interest, back at the track where he put up three fine efforts on the bounce last summer, winning a similar race to this off just a 3lb lower mark. 2.05 Newmarket Muharrib ran well but was probably in need of the outing when third to Intrigo at Doncaster last month. This faster surface should help. 2.20 York Montaser and Jamie Spencer managed to win over this course and distance last month, despite sitting in last place off a steady early pace. A 5lb rise shouldn't stop this progressive type, who was running for the first time since being gelded over the winter. 2.30 Ascot The Queen Anne form is standing up pretty well, with Declaration Of War third in the Eclipse and Elusive Kate, fourth at Ascot, winning a fillies' Group One on Friday. Aljamaheer, between them when second in the Queen Anne, steps down to Group Two company here and is the clear form pick, albeit in a race full of potential traps. 2.40 Newmarket Brian Meehan's horses generally improve significantly for a first run and it is usually worth remembering those who are able to win first time. Recanted did that last month at Newbury and is bred to be better on this faster surface. 2.55 York It used to be thought that a wide draw was poison in this race but that hasn't seemed true for several years and this running, like last year's, may fall into the laps of strong finishers from the back, since there is plenty of pace in the line-up. Niceofyoutotellme is likely to be held up in midfield, having followed such tactics to success in his last two races. When last seen, he beat a John Gosden runner who was put up 3lb and won a more valuable contest next time. He is narrowly preferred to Clon Brulee, also the winner of his last two, whose form does not quite suggest the same degree of promise. 3.15 Newmarket Redvers is among the tempting types here, having been consistently good in such races, finishing second home on the wrong side in the Buckingham Palace last time. At 16-1, he is an each-way alternative but Burn The Boats is preferred. A lightly raced four-year-old from Ger Lyons' yard, he hit a new career peak when beating 29 rivals to a valuable pot at The Curragh last month. The extra furlong seems sure to suit. 3.30 York Peter Chapple-Hyam has finally hit form after a very slow first five months to the year and it may be a plan to follow My Propeller, a progressive filly over five furlongs on fast ground. She landed a Listed prize last time, has won over the course and distance and may just have the edge over Kingsgate Choice, stepping up from handicaps. Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time13 July 2013 01:06:36


Talking Horses | Today's best bets and the latest racing news

06 July 2013 03:41:36 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog A good-quality Eclipse Stakes is hard to beatfor a thrill-seeking fan of horse racing and this year's running is high on quality while also being tremendously competitive. Whichever ratings are used, those published by Timeform or the Racing Post, six of the seven runners are grouped within 3lb of each other, with only Miblish expected to struggle. The presence of Declaration Of War adds a great deal to the race and makes it a clash of two Royal Ascot Group One winners, Al Kazeem being the other. While Declaration Of War is stepping up in trip by two furlongs from the Queen Anne, the double he seeks is more common, having been achieved twice since 2001, while Al Kazeem would be the first Prince of Wales winner to follow up here since Mtoto in 1988. Aidan O'Brien said his instinct after the Queen Anne was not to step Declaration Of War up in trip; absurdly the horse even has an entry in the five-furlong Nunthorpe. But he finished strongly at Ascot in the style of a horse who would have no problem with 10 furlongs and it is a mistake to trifle with Group One winners at Royal Ascot who quicken as he did after battling for room to run. Even so Al Kazeem (3.50) looks marginally the stronger proposition, giving the impression that we have yet to find out how good he is. Though it was only by a neck that he collared Mukhadram at Ascot, everything fell into place for that rival, yet Al Kazeem reeled him in fairly readily. Admittedly, there is no room for a tactical blunder, especially as this trip on good to firm is on the sharp side for Al Kazeem, but James Doyle, his jockey, has been impressive on that score. Many will be tempted by The Fugue, since she made up a lot of ground to be third in the Prince of Wales. She will surely lie handier this time but that does not guarantee a better outcome; horses can be flattered by running on from the back when the race is over and the balance of her form leaves her a bit to prove. Pastorius, the latest German runner here to be underestimated by the market, appeals as a more likely source of value. 2.05 Sandown There may have been a bit too much give in the ground for Tickled Pink's liking in her last two starts. This firmer surface gives her the chance to return to the level she showed when landing a Group Three at Newmarket's Craven meeting and she is well drawn to make her pace tell. 2.20 Haydock Louis The Pious is the tentative suggestion, given that he might have needed his first two outings and is weighted to figure in what is an open race. 2.40 Sandown It is only with terrible ill grace that I can accept odds of 7-2 in a good-quality 17-runner handicap, especially when the horse is drawn uncomfortably wide, but Wentworth really should win this. The Britannia worked out poorly for him but he was still beaten by less than two lengths at the finish and has more to offer. A stack of things could go wrong and this race is hardly a suitable vehicle for heroic punting but Richard Hughes will probably find a way to get him to the front in time. If your nerves will not stand it, Postscript appeals each-way. 2.55 Haydock The well-bred and progressive Albasharah was unlucky not to finish closer at Royal Ascot in Forgotten Voice's race and looks well worth chancing on this step up in grade. 3.15 Sandown Continuing the theme of unlucky horses in Royal Ascot handicaps, Nargys seemed on her way to landing the Sandringham until running out of puff about 100 yards from the line, having begun her move from the very back of the 26-runner field. This is a different test and perhaps she needs the furious pace of a huge field but she stands out on that form. 3.30 Haydock Owner Marwan Koukash has a trio of hopefuls and the value might lie with Haylaman at around 16-1. He did not get into the race last time but ran as if today's 12-furlong trip will be no problem and had impressed in victory at Pontefract prior to that. Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time06 July 2013 03:41:36


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

05 July 2013 12:38:25 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus win a £25 bet from Coral Today's best bets, by Chris Cook The thoughts of the horse racing community this morning are with Brian Toomey, the 24-year-old jockey from Kevin Ryan's yard who suffered serious head injuries in a fall at Perth yesterday. There has been no additional news so far this morning, so we know only that he is being treated in the intensive care unit at Ninewells, Dundee, where a spokeswoman described his injuries as "life-threatening" on arrival last night. An air ambulance arrived at Perth yesterday in time to transport him from the track but paramedics decided instead that he be taken to hospital by road. There was hope at the time that that meant his injuries were not as grievous as first feared but it is not much of a detail to take comfort from. We are told there is unlikely to be an update on his condition for the next 48 hours, so we must simply hope for the best. Frankie Dettori got himself off the cold list last night by riding a maiden winner at Newbury for Richard Hannon. It had been 20 days and 52 rides since his previous winner, which is surely unprecedented for him but not at all unprecedented for jockeys who have to ply their trade as freelances, as he now does. Opportunities will have been scarce. On the other hand, Dettori has often been seen as a confidence jockey who rides like a demon when things are going well but can also string a series of moderate rides together, so it may be that he hasn't been helping himself to some extent over the past three weeks. Either way, he should hopefully have his tail up for the mount on Sri Putra (4.00) at Sandown. This is one of the rides he was given on Oaks day, his first day back after the drugs ban, when he controversially displaced Neil Callan, who had ridden Sri Putra in its previous 13 races over two years. Sri Putra finished last that day, seemingly failing to cope with Epsom at the first attempt. He was also last on his penultimate start, in the Japan Cup, but it is a mistake for the market to have him at 9-1 for today's race, when he drops into Listed class. Though he has often been shown up at the highest class, Sri Putra has won twice at Group Two level, including at York last July, and he has the fast ground today on which he thrives. He has a good record at this track, having won the Solario in 2008 and been second and third in Eclipses. The opposition is high quality for Listed level but Mandour is no certainty to act on such a fast surface, while Afsare, a shorter price than Sri Putra, was behind him at York last summer. Cashpoint (4.35) is a fair bet at 13-2 for the following handicap over the same distance. He scored here last time on his first run since switching stables and remains below his peak rating. The extended mile handicap at Beverley tonight is a partial rerun of a similar race at Hamilton last month, when I was fuming about how unlucky Multilicious was. But, at 12-1, I'm going with El Molino Blanco (8.00) who was also unlucky and finished just behind her. It was her first start of the year and her handicap debut and I bet shrewd Mick Easterby can get more out of her. Coral tipping competition, day five Our winners so far this week: Monday Love Island 6-1 Danehill Flyer 7-2 Cruiser 3-1 Tuesday Young Jackie 6-1 Mandalay King 13-2 Devon Diva 8-1 Wednesday West Leake Hare 5-1 Fesity Lass 4-1 On The Bridge 5-2 Thursday Strobe 16-1 Great Hall 13-2 Balty Boys 9-2 And our leader is: millreef +17.50 ... who had Strobe and Balty Boys, as well as Young Jackie on Monday. For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.00 Sandown, 4.35 Sandown, 8.00 Beverley . GET THOSE TIPS IN EARLY! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day (TODAY). This week, our prize is a £25 bet from Coral, to mark Saturday's running of the Eclipse at Sandown, a race the bookmaker has backed for decades. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -12. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time05 July 2013 12:38:25


Talking Horses | Today's best bets and the latest racing news

29 June 2013 01:11:44 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog Plenty of rain over the last two days has wrong-footed the connections of many runners in today's Northumberland Plate and Newcastle's celebrated marathon is quite likely to become a slog. Several runners are facing a completely new test but it would be wrong to assume they should all be opposed; sometimes the most unexpected horse copes perfectly well with deep ground. Even so, it is reassuring that Handsome Man (3.15) has proven his ability to handle soft, having won his maiden on it at Yarmouth in 2011, while both his parents also won when there was plenty of cut; indeed Nayef, his sire, scooted up on heavy in a Listed race. His profile is progressive and he showed the benefit of being stepped up to a mile and three-quarters on his final run last year, beating Montaser under a hands and heels ride. Dropping back to a mile and a half has seen him beaten on both starts this year but today's conditions may well provoke a career-best effort from the Godolphin runner and I hope to see him staying on stoutly. The 10-1 is attractive and he even has a handy inside draw, which cannot be said for Montaser. The bottomweight, Mashaari, is another one drawn wide but should go on the ground and is interesting each-way at 40-1. 2.05 Newcastle Jack Dexter is not just a soft-ground horse, having been a close fourth in the King's Stand on day one of Royal Ascot. But he does relish these conditions and stands out on form. 2.20 Newmarket Having not seen which way Rizeena went in the Queen Mary, Fig Roll is likely to benefit from an extra furlong. There are some promising sorts in opposition but she sets a high standard. 2.40 Newcastle This is a stiff task for a three-year-old taking on his elders but Barracuda Boy finished strongly in a similarly big field last time and has a race like this in him. 2.55 Newmarket Harris Tweed is arguably the best of these but his strike-rate is not what it should be (1/13 since 2011) and the ground may not be soft enough for him. Cameron Highland showed enough on his reappearance to make him a danger to all here, though he won't win if he gets involved in a pace battle with Harris Tweed. 3.30 Newmarket Pastoral Player came up inches short in a Haydock Group Three last time, having been asked to pass the entire field. More straightforward tactics might help this time, though he would prefer the surface to dry out a bit. 3.50 Newcastle With three wins from seven at this track, King Of Eden is playing a home game here and probably found the going too fast when stuffed last time. First-time cheekpieces replace the blinkers. 4.05 Newmarket Viewpoint finished last year on a strong upward curve, with three wins and a close second from five starts. Though most of that was on the all-weather, he doesn't look like a specialist, having won his maiden on good to soft at Nottingham. Just 4lb higher than for his latest success, he can be another winner for the Richard Hannon / Richard Hughes combination. Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time29 June 2013 01:11:44


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

27 June 2013 13:11:32 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus our tipping competition Today's best bets, by Chris Cook Shooting the breeze with Richard Hannon in the winner's enclosure at Salisbury yesterday, I suggested the Breeders' Cup Mile as a suitable target for Sky Lantern, his Coronation Stakes winner from last week. She relishes fast ground, has pace to burn and, as it turns out, is probably best around a turn. "Is that a possible?" I asked the trainer. "Anything's possible," he replied, with the familiar Hannon merriment lighting up his face. I infer that my plan is not his. Hannon Sr is famously no fan of American racing, though the yard has taken a handful of runners to the Breeders' Cup in recent years, including Sky Lantern herself, a hideously unlucky eighth in the Juvenile Fillies' Turf after repeatedly failing to get a clear run. The immediate plan for Hannon's smashing grey is the Falmouth at Newmarket's July meeting, which is ambitious inasmuch as she will now take on older horses. But it's another race restricted to fillies and I think Sky Lantern is good enough to be taking on colts. Let's hope it happens at some point this year. I'm a bit surprised you can get 6-1 about Fanrouge (8.10) in a sprint handicap at Leicester tonight. She returned to something like her best form 10 days ago when scoring at Warwick and has only a 6lb penalty to carry. That outing, her first since moving from Malcolm Saunders to Rod Millman, represents something of a breakthrough, as it was her first away from Bath, where Saunders does well, and the longest distance at which she'd won. I like Saunders but there is a suspicion that Millman has freshened her up and she remains below her peak rating. At Newcastle, Validus (3.00) is worth a look at 11-2 for the mile handicap. He's had his problems but won his handicap debut at Kempton last backend and things went wrong for him on his second attempt in that sphere at Epsom last time. This is a serious drop in grade and he can go close for Luca Cumani and Jamie Spencer. Mr Snooks (3.20) is the embarrassingly named pick at Yarmouth, having shown enough on his handicap debut last time to suggest he is on a workable mark. Dandy Nicholls's runner is 13-2. Tipping competition, day four Our winners so far this week: Monday Jack My Boy 7-1 Ogbourne Downs 20-1 Green Park 25-1 Tuesday Hamis Al Bin 12-1 Wadacre Sarko 4-1 Crimson Queen 14-1 Wednesday Asatir 20-1 Silvery Moon 6-1 Glossy Posse 3-1 And our leader is: paragoncup +39 . . . who followed up earlier winners at 25-1 and 14-1 this week with a 6-1 winner yesterday. Follow him today! Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.20 Yarmouth, 4.10 Warwick, 5.30 Newcastle . This week, we're offering you a second chance to win a copy of Her Majesty's Pleasure, Julian Muscat's book about the Queen's involvement in horse racing which was named Racing Book of the Year at the recent Sports Book Awards. It seems a timely prize, with Royal Ascot having been last week. If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -9. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Chris Cook Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time27 June 2013 13:11:32


Talking Horses: All the latest news and best bets

26 June 2013 11:20:12 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus our tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Tony Paley The vagaries of the British weather has resulted in the forecasters finding their jobs more difficult than predicting winners in this slot and last week was very tricky indeed for Carol Kirkwood and co. What that did mean was that Chris Stickels was sparing in his use of the watering can and Royal Ascot was run on fast ground. It might not have suited all the runners and one of my bets, Sandive, looked pretty uncomfortable on the going as did others, but in general the form at last week's Flat highlight should work out well. There were some obvious eyecatchers and the one that stood out to me was Stencive , who ran in the penultimate race on the final day. He finished second under Frankie Dettori from a very poor wide draw and looks just the type for the Ebor, a race his trainer is very keen to win. The other one I want to particualrly follow from Ascot was Somewhat , who ran fourth in the opener on Saturday. Strictly on his previous runaway win he looked to have excellent prospects but was caught out for pace. He is bred to come into his own over longer trips and is definitely one to note in the late-season races for two-year-olds. Donald McCain was successful at Carlisle in the Northumberland Plate 12 months ago with a progressive jumper in Lexi's Boy and has another who fits that bill today in the shape of Aazif (4.35) . At one time a progressive handicapper for John Dunlop, the four-year-old reverts to the level having finally got the hang of the jumping game, and his latest Aintree second took his figure in that sphere to 129. Off 84 today, he must surely take some beating this afternoon and looks a decent bet at the 11-2 available. Tipping competition, day three Our winners so far this week: Monday Jack My Boy 7-1 Ogbourne Downs 20-1 Green Park 25-1 Tuesday Hamis Al Bin 12-1 Wadacre Sarko 4-1 Crimson Queen 14-1 And our leader is: paragoncup +35 . . . who had Green Park on Monday and Crimson Queen yesterday. That, folks, is top tipping. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.50 Salisbury, 4.05 Carlisle, 4.55 Salisbury. This week, we're offering you a second chance to win a copy of Her Majesty's Pleasure, Julian Muscat's book about the Queen's involvement in horse racing which was named Racing Book of the Year at the recent Sports Book Awards. It seems a timely prize, with Royal Ascot having been last week. If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not already joined in this week, you can do so today, but you will start on -6. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time26 June 2013 11:20:12


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

14 June 2013 13:45:51 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus our tipping competition Today's best bets, by Chris Cook I haven't seen any mention of it in today's Racing Post but, for those of you waiting on tenterhooks to know how Dawn Approach coped with his critical pre-Ascot workout yesterday, the good news is that he seems to have done well enough to take his chance. His trainer, Jim Bolger, was "very happy with him" according to Simon Crisford, a spokesman for Godolphin, owners of the chestnut. Bolger later told the PA: "All is good with him and, all going well in the meantime, he will line up. Mine often run quick [after a previous run] and run quickly as well. I've no reason to think he is any less of a horse now than he was on Guineas day." Dawn Approach, unbeaten in his first seven races and then last when favourite for the Derby, is the sort of boom or bust horse to really get punters arguing. His presence in the St James's Palace Stakes on Royal Ascot's opening day on Tuesday should set the meeting alight and, since he's not even quite favourite, I have to say I find him very tempting indeed. I think I'd rather see him there on the day before wading in, however. Today's Sandown card has put that catchy song 'Back To Life', by Soul II Soul, in my head, because, as it happens, I fancy Soul Of Motion (1.40) in the opener and Soul Intent (4.55) in the last. Soul Of Motion runs in a five-furlong maiden and there can't be many times I've backed a Gay Kelleway runner in a maiden. I would have expected her horses to do better in handicaps but more fool me, because it turns out that her strike-rate in maidens (12%) is substantially better than for handicaps (7%), which is pretty unusual for trainers outside the top 25. Indeed, she's returned a good level-stakes profit on 136 maiden runners in five years. Soul Of Motion, who has a couple of fast siblings, made an ambitious debut in the Listed Woodcote Stakes on Derby day, when he was a first spin around Epsom for Andre Fabre's young jockey, Pierre-Charles Boudot. They were predictably outpaced before staying on nicely and Soul Of Motion, who showed his inexperience in the paddock, should be straighter this time. He is a fair 7-2 shot to beat Biography, a Richard Hannon horse who was a bit unlucky at Bath last time but hasn't so far done anything quickly. You can get 10-1 about Soul Intent, which is surely too much, considering he was a comfortable winner on his handicap debut last time. That was on Lingfield's Polytrack, of course, but I see no reason why this son of Galileo should not cope perfectly well with the return to turf, on which he has so far run only once, on his debut. He has been raised just 4lb for his win. As a David Barron fan, I like 11-2 about Sublimation (2.30) at York. Formerly with Richard Hannon and Tony Carroll, this one showed improved form on his first start with Barron to land a Ripon maiden and should be very well treated with a 6lb penalty, now that he is a professional racehorse. Tipping competition, day five T his week's winners so far: Monday Little Eaglet 7-2 Even Bolder 20-1 Malekat Jamal 6-1 Tuesday Tight Fit 5-2 Dom Lukka 5-1 Basil Fawlty 4-1 Wednesday Out Do 5-2 Lord Of The Dance 16-1 Reset City 7-2 Thursday Swift Cedar 5-1 Debdebdeb 5-1 Fiesolana 10-1 And our leader is: Shrewdette +18 who had Swift Cedar to go with her earlier winners at 16-1 and 6-1. For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.10 York, 4.20 Sandown, 7.25 Goodwood GET THOSE TIPS IN EARLY! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day (TODAY). This week's prize is a copy of Her Majesty's Pleasure, Julian Muscat's book about the Queen's involvement in horse racing which was named 'Racing Book of the Year' at the recent Sports Book Awards. It seems a timely prize, with Royal Ascot next week. If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -12. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Chris Cook Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time14 June 2013 13:45:51


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

12 June 2013 13:36:59 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog 12.25pm Cecil yard to have five runners on Thursday Five horses will run out of Warren Place Stables on Thursday following the death of the yard's legendary trainer Sir Henry Cecil. Cecil passed away on Tuesday morning, aged 70, following a long battle with stomach cancer. The British Horseracing Authority has granted a temporary licence to Cecil's wife, Lady Cecil, and the first horses to run under her name will compete at Newbury, Nottingham, Yarmouth and Leopardstown. Heading to Yarmouth is the Sir Robert Ogden-owned Songbird, a hugely impressive winner on her belated racecourse debut at Salisbury last month. Ogden's racing manager, Barry Simpson, said: "Sir Robert has had horses with Sir Henry for a good few years and we've enjoyed good success, with Thomas Chippendale being one of the better ones. I think the filly that runs at Yarmouth typifies Sir Henry's great understanding and patience with his horses. She was a very backward filly and Sir Henry didn't want to run her as a two-year-old or a three-year-old. "I think a lot of trainers would have run her and she might never have won a race, but Sir Henry had a lot of faith in her, took his time and she won first time out as a four-year-old very well. Sir Henry has received many great accolades, and quite rightly so. He we will be very sadly missed, but he has put a wonderful marker down for other trainers to aspire to." Lady Cecil runs Phaenomena and Rajaratna, both of whom carry the famous silks of the Niarchos family, at Newbury. Morpheus, a half-brother to Cecil's greatest ever horse, Frankel, runs at Nottingham, while Tickled Pink heads to Ireland for Leopardstown's Group Three Ballyogan Stakes. PA Wednesday's best bets, by Tony Paley Henry Cecil was the first Flat trainer who registered with me when my interest in racing as a teenager began to develop. And Buckskin was the first of his horses to make an impact on me - a great stayer who Cecil loved so much that when the horse finished second to his stablemate, Le Moss, in the 1979 Ascot Gold Cup the trainer went to greet and check his runner-up before his winner. You can read the full story in today's Racing Post via Tony Morris. As far as today's action is concerned Goodwood's mile and three-quarters found Moldowney (4.20) out and he is better judged on his previous fifth in the Great Metropolitan at Epsom, which came on his first start for Luca Cumani. He is tipped to make amends at Haydock today. At the same meeting Gran Maestro (2.20) , who escapes a penalty for his apprentice victory last week, can follow up, in the opening event. Tipping competition, day three This week's winners so far: Monday Little Eaglet 7-2 Even Bolder 20-1 Malekat Jamal 6-1 Tuesday Tight Fit 5-2 Dom Lukka 5-1 Basil Fawlty 4-1 And our leader is: Fixxxer +8.50 who struck out on Monday but had all three winners yesterday. Congratulations, sir! Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.40 Yarmouth, 3.50 Haydock, 5.00 Beverley. This week's prize is a copy of Her Majesty's Pleasure, Julian Muscat's book about the Queen's involvement in horse racing which was named 'Racing Book of the Year' at the recent Sports Book Awards. It seems a timely prize, with Royal Ascot next week. If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -6. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time12 June 2013 13:36:59


England v New Zealand - follow the latest score from the one-day clash at Lord's

31 May 2013 11:04:53 Sport | Mail Online

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Vice Sport Time31 May 2013 11:04:53


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

23 May 2013 12:07:17 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus your chance to win Timeform's Racehorses annual in our tipping competition 11am Injured Telescope pulled out of the Derby Tony Paley: Telescope, the leading British hope for the Derby at Epsom a week on Saturday, is injured and out of the premier Classic. "He has a sore left shin and won't be running," revealed trainer Sir Michael Stoute on Thursday morning. The colt disappointed in a racecourse gallop at Lingfield on Wednesday, in which he was described as only "workmanlike" by the Newmarket handler. Read the full story here . Thursday's best bets, by Greg Wood It will be a surprise if any of the runners in the Listed Height of Fashion Stakes go on to win the Oaks a week tomorrow, although Snow Fairy managed to complete the double three years ago. Trapeze (3.45) seems likely to be better than a handicapper, however, and may set off at a bigger price than she should be this afternoon since she arrives at Goodwood having been beaten off a mark of just 75 last time out. Elik, from the in-form Sir Michael Stoute yard, is the favourite on the back of her fourth place in the Chester Oaks last time out, and while she did not have much luck in running there, it is hard to say she would have put a performance to make her a clear favourite today even with a clear run. Trapeze did not have a clear run last time either, in a handicap over a mile at today's track, and the sixth horse home, Annecdote, has already put up a much-improved performance to win since. Swift Bounty (2.35) ran like a horse with plenty of improvement to come on his seasonal debut at Ascot last time, while George Guru (3.10) can follow up his course-and-distance win last time out. Tipping competition, day four We're continuing our experiment without scores, though we will be keeping you posted as to the leader's identity and score from day to day. The winners so far: Wednesday Salpierre 5-4 Emmuska 7-1 Boston Blue 7-2 Tusday Green Earth 8-1 Monsieur Jamie 8-1 Mad Jazz 5-1 Monday Jack Luey 6-1 Fiftyonefiftyone 9-4 Hoofalong 9-4 And our leader is: chiefhk +15 . . . who has had a winner every day at prices from 6-1 to 8-1, hitting the board yesterday with Emmuska (7-1). Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.45 Goodwood, 4.55 Goodwood, 8.40 Sandown . This week's prize is a copy of Racehorses of 2012, the latest annual from the highly respected Timeform organisation, which assesses every horse that ran on the Flat last year and includes a lengthy essay on 80 of the most notable. This year's annual retails at £79, runs to 1,200 pages and was reviewed by Tony Paley here . If you don't win it, you can buy a copy here . You can see a sample of the book here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. We'll persist with last week's scoreless experiment EXCEPT that this time we'll advise of the leading score each morning, so that you all know what sort of total you're aiming at. Then we'll name the winner on Friday evening. Thanks for bearing with us during this experiment, which certainly helps save some time for our hard-pressed team. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -9. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time23 May 2013 12:07:17


Talking Horses: The latest news and best bets

22 May 2013 13:06:23 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The latest news and best bets in our daily horse racing blog, plus your chance to win Timeform's Racehorses annual in our tipping competition Wednesday's best bets, by Tony Paley The official racing is very ordinary fare on Wednesday, not helped by the fact that it's mostly all-weather and jumps racing. Though the cold weather due to set in over the next 24 hours will be a suitable accompaniment. By far the most interesting horse on the track is Telescope who will be completing a racecourse gallop at 1pm at Lingfield ahead of a possible run in the Derby next week, for which he is currently third favourite. Later on in the afternoon at the Surrey course Vertueux (3.30) makes most appeal on the card. He has been campaigned over a variety of staying trips so far this term and though he struggled at a mile and a half at Wolverhampton two starts ago, his run over two miles at Chepstow was much more like it and he could go one better. Tipping competition, day three We're continuing our experiment without scores, though we will be keeping you posted as to the leader's identity and score from day to day. The winners so far: Tuesday Green Earth 8-1 Monsieur Jamie 8-1 Mad Jazz 5-1 Monday Jack Luey 6-1 Fiftyonefiftyone 9-4 Hoofalong 9-4 And our leader is: jakebuckfast +13.25 . . . who was one of yesterday's joint-leaders and improved his position with Green Earth. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 4.10 Huntingdon, 5.00 Lingfield, 7.30 Kempton . This week's prize is a copy of Racehorses of 2012, the latest annual from the highly respectred Timeform organisation, which assesses every horse that ran on the Flat last year and includes a lengthy essay on 80 of the most notable. This year's annual retails at £79, runs to 1,200 pages and was reviewed by Tony Paley here . If you don't win it, you can buy a copy here . You can see a sample of the book here . In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. We'll persist with last week's scoreless experiment EXCEPT that this time we'll advise of the leading score each morning, so that you all know what sort of total you're aiming at. Then we'll name the winner on Friday evening. Thanks for bearing with us during this experiment, which certainly helps save some time for our hard-pressed team. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -3. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time22 May 2013 13:06:23


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Vice All News Time21 May 2013 13:16:05


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

17 May 2013 12:14:04 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Ladbrokes tipping competition, day five We're continuing our experiment without scores, though we will be keeping you posted as to the leader's identity and score from day to day. The winners so far: Thursday Libertarian 33-1 Navajo Chief 12-1 Well Sharp 16-1 Wednesday Society Rock 10-1 Cousin Khee 14-1 Lancelot Du Lac 8-1 Tuesday Toto Skyllachy 5-2 Titch Strider 7-1 Riskier 4-1 Monday Mezzotint 12-1 Jebel Tara 7-2 Guest Of Honour 9-2 And our leader is: tanias +35.50 If there's a big-priced winner, tanias can be relied on to find it and yesterday's Libertarian (33-1) has sent her to the top. Some other significant scores (all those who had Libertarian or Well Sharp at 16-1 yesterday, plus those who were doing well earlier in the week): jaygee1 +22 millreef +22 waltersobchak +21 kalaharikonrig +14.50 carl31 +10 paudi051 +9.50 moidadem +9 For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 2.45 York, 3.50 York, 5.00 York . This week's prize is a £25 ante-post bet on next month's Derby, kindly offered by Ladbrokes! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. We'll persist with last week's scoreless experiment EXCEPT that this time we'll advise of the leading score each morning, so that you all know what sort of total you're aiming at. Then we'll name the winner on Friday evening. Thanks for bearing with us during this experiment, which certainly helps save some time for our hard-pressed team. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -12. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time17 May 2013 12:14:04


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

15 May 2013 14:31:08 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Wednesday's best bets, by Chris Cook So the overnight rain total at York came to 18mm, almost twice the amount which was at the upper end of their prediction yesterday. Even so, the going is no worse than good to soft, good in places. We'll have to see this afternoon if that is accurate but it gives hope that the Dante may be run on something close to good because the forecast for tomorrow is for drying conditions. As for today, the conditions will be no disadvantage to the Musidora favourite, Liber Nauticus, but I'm frankly suspicious of a filly that we haven't seen for eight months, when her only win came in a Goodwood maiden that is working out just OK. Clearly the vibes are positive for her but that's little enough reason to take odds-on. Woodland Aria (2.45) is much more appealling at 9-2 for the John Gosden yard that has won the last two Musidoras with The Fugue and Joviality. She looked promising in landing a Wolverhampton maiden last month from which the runner-up has since been fourth in the Cheshire Oaks. Elsewhere, Silvery Moon (1.45) is versatile as to ground, has dropped below his last winning mark (from August) and should be better for his reappearance. I like him at 14-1. You can get 5-1 about Mince (3.15) for another big-field race, the Duke of York. I'm surprised she's not favourite over Maarek after the improvement she showed at the end of last year and I hope to see her best effort yet here. The going does not seem to matter much to her. Ladbrokes tipping competition, day three We're continuing our experiment without scores, though we will be keeping you posted as to the leader's identity and score from day to day. The winners so far: Tuesday Toto Skyllachy 5-2 Titch Strider 7-1 Riskier 4-1 Monday Mezzotint 12-1 Jebel Tara 7-2 Guest Of Honour 9-2 And our leader is: moidadem +15 Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.15 York, 3.50 York, 5.00 York . This week's prize is a £25 ante-post bet on next month's Derby, kindly offered by Ladbrokes! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. We'll persist with last week's scoreless experiment EXCEPT that this time we'll advise of the leading score each morning, so that you all know what sort of total you're aiming at. Then we'll name the winner on Friday evening. Thanks for bearing with us during this experiment, which certainly helps save some time for our hard-pressed team. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be three each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -6. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley Chris Cook guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time15 May 2013 14:31:08


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

10 May 2013 12:19:36 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Friday's best bet, by Greg Wood Contributer (2.15) has been brought along steadily by Ed Dunlop since his debut in a hot maiden at Newmarket's July meeting last year, and won with something to spare on his three-year-old debut at Newbury last month. A son of High Chaparral, he improved for the step up to 10 furlongs and should have more to come on only his fourth visit to Chester. Tipping competition, day four We're experimenting with a scoreless week in our competition, which started yesterday. The winners so far: Thursday Here Comes When 9-4 Effie B 12-1 Tres Coronas 9-1 Wednesday Banoffee 9-1 Address Unknown 12-1 Forest Edge 12-1 Tuesday To Live 4-1 Jonnie Skull 11-4 Apollo D'Negro 5-2 For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.15 Chester, 3.30 Market Rasen, 3.50 Chester . GET THOSE TIPS IN EARLY! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. This week's prize is a copy of 'The Suffragette Derby', a soon-to-be-published hardback by Michael Tanner, telling the story of the 1913 Derby, now almost exactly a century ago, when Emily Davison walked onto the course at Epsom during the race and was knocked down by the King's horse. Tanner, we are told, has "scoured public and private sources . . . to debunk the myths and reveal for the first time the definitive account of what led to the events of that day and how they unfolded". If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . If you go to this page and use the code: 'GUARDIAN', you can buy the book at a discounted price of £14.99, saving £5! This being a short week, we're going to try a scoreless experiment. Since Mr Hayler left the paper in December, the remaining members of the team have been under increased pressure of time and, if we can make this competition work without daily score updates, we'd like to do so. BUT we will provide the identity of the winner by 6pm on Friday, in an effort to compensate for this change. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be four each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -9. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time10 May 2013 12:19:36


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

09 May 2013 12:04:15 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog 11.00am Saeed Bin Suroor put in charge of drugs scandal stable Tony Paley: Godolphin have confirmed Saeed bin Suroor will have temporary control over their Moulton Paddocks yard in Newmarket following Mahmood Al Zarooni's suspension from racing. Bin Suroor already trains for Godolphin at their Snailwell Road yard and he will also oversee the preparation of horses based at the Dubai outfit's other stables while a new permanent trainer is sought. You can read the full story here . Thursday's best bets, by Greg Wood Highland Knight (2.15) is the outsider of Andrew Balding's two runners in the Huxley Stakes at Chester according to the betting, but he was second in a Group Two last time out and there is a question mark about Bonfire after a lacklustre run at Newmarket's Craven meeting. Gabrial, the likely favourite, may be better at a mile. Tipping competition, day three We're experimenting with a scoreless week in our competition, which started yesterday. The winners so far: Wednesday Banoffee 9-1 Address Unknown 12-1 Forest Edge 12-1 Tuesday To Live (4-1) Jonnie Skull (11-4) Apollo D'Negro (5-2) Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.15 Chester, 4.25 Chester, 5.00 Chester . This week's prize is a copy of 'The Suffragette Derby', a soon-to-be-published hardback by Michael Tanner, telling the story of the 1913 Derby, now almost exactly a century ago, when Emily Davison walked onto the course at Epsom during the race and was knocked down by the King's horse. Tanner, we are told, has "scoured public and private sources . . . to debunk the myths and reveal for the first time the definitive account of what led to the events of that day and how they unfolded". If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . If you go to this page and use the code: 'GUARDIAN', you can buy the book at a discounted price of £14.99, saving £5! This being a short week, we're going to try a scoreless experiment. Since Mr Hayler left the paper in December, the remaining members of the team have been under increased pressure of time and, if we can make this competition work without daily score updates, we'd like to do so. BUT we will provide the identity of the winner by 6pm on Friday, in an effort to compensate for this change. As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be four each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -6. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time09 May 2013 12:04:15


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

03 May 2013 13:41:24 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Friday's best bets, by Greg Wood The best bet of the day arrives early at Chepstow, where Tafawuk (2.20) should follow up his recent win at Leicester on the way to better things, and is a very fair price at around 7-4 to do so. Roger Varian's four-year-old has had very little racing thus far, with just five runs in all since his sole outing as a juvenile in September 2011. His three-year-old career did not extend beyond mid-June either, when his first attempt at a middle-distance trip produced a promising third in a maiden at Yarmouth, and he made further significant progress on his seasonal debut last week. Two lengths was no measure of his superiority at Leicester and the time of the race was encouraging too so it will be disappointing if he cannot defy a 6lb penalty today. Two more worth a close look at Chepstow are Go Nani Go (3.50) and Naalatt (4.20) , while the excellent David O'Meara should continue his good form via Frontier Fighter (3.00) at Musselburgh. Tipping competition, day five It's tight at the top, our two leaders having struck out yesterday, while third-placed wiggy12 closed up with Relentless (5-1). The big movers were TL127, mikeysi and carl31, all of whom had Relentless and Corn Snow (100-30). Only MISTERCHESTER, chris1623, William36 and Toptrapper had Iktiview (11-2). For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.40 Lingfield, 4.20 Chepstow, 4.30 Musselburgh (that's a Great British climax, folks). GET THOSE TIPS IN EARLY! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day (TODAY). In Guineas week, our prize is a second copy of Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius, by Brough Scott, the biography which has attracted a fair amount of media attention in the last fortnight. Described by the accompanying blurb as "one of the great redemption songs of sporting history", the book was published just 10 days ago. Scott says of Cecil: "His has been the most gripping racing story ever told, because the career which he brought to a climax with Frankel has the quality that only the Gods can bestow". If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be four each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -12. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Standings after day four Hegman +13.50 Ormrod76 +13 wiggy12 +12 Mulldog +10 NYStadium +8.33 jaygee1 +6.50 sandiuk +6.33 trossiter +5.83 Toptrapper +5.50 JahLion +5 mikeysi +4.33 slackdad38 +3.50 Sportingbest +3.50 William36 +3.50 BearRides +3 ToffeeDan1 +2.33 moidadem +1.33 RickyVillasBeard +0.50 paudi051 +0.50 chris1623 +0.50 wemeanyounoharm +0 chiefhk +0 millreef +0 Tom1977 -0.50 GForce1 -0.50 john987 -0.50 melonk -1.67 carl31 -1.67 TL127 -1.67 MISTERCHESTER -2.50 goofs -3 barnster73 -3.50 no1octoberfest -4.50 JudoMadVicar -4.50 Ellandback -6 waltersobchak -6 kentaylor58 -6 shears39 -6 chrisjh007 -6 sangfroid -6.50 Blitzwing -6.50 SmokingGun1 -6.50 AlexCook -7.50 Yossarian24 -7.50 lcprestes -7.50 23skidoo -7.67 TwoChainz -9 markahoy -9 londonpatrick -12 72luca -12 Copshaw -12 Fixxxer -12 tanias -12 Lindsey6677 -12 suckzinclee -12 SilentCartography -12 paddytheirishman1 -12 Mai11 -12 Shrewdette -12 CorvusFrugilegus -12 diegoisgod -12 Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Greg Wood Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time03 May 2013 13:41:24


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

26 April 2013 13:33:49 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Friday's best bets, by Tony Paley While other courses get bogged down Doncaster can normally be relied upon to race on good, fast ground and that's the case today where it is officially good to firm. That seems sure to suit Lieutenant Miller (4.10) who has won on those conditions over timber and is unexposed on the Flat. His head defeat by Sign Manual at Newbury last week suggests he is on a very workable mark at present and he should go well this afternoon. Tipping competition, day five Trossiter improved his score by picking Apache Glory (7-1) but his lead narrowed, as jaygee1 had that one and Quincy Des Pictons (8-1) and now trails by just 50p with three races left. JahLion paired Apache Glory with Arvika Ligeonniere (7-2). For today's thrilling climax, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.15 Sandown, 4.20 Punchestown, 5.00 Sandown . GET THOSE TIPS IN EARLY! In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day (TODAY). This week's prize is a copy of Henry Cecil: Trainer of Genius, by Brough Scott, the biography which has attracted a fair amount of media attention in the last fortnight. Described by the accompanying blurb as "one of the great redemption songs of sporting history", the book was published just 10 days ago. Scott says of Cecil: "His has been the most gripping racing story ever told, because the career which he brought to a climax with Frankel has the quality that only the Gods can bestow". If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be four each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -12. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Standings after day three trossiter +17.50 jaygee1 +17 millreef +14 RickyVillasBeard +10.50 waltersobchak +10.50 chrisjh007 +10 lcprestes +9.50 markahoy +9 Flossnme +8.50 wiggy12 +6 john987 +5 Lindsey6677 +4 CorvusFrugilegus +3 AlexCook +3 JudoMadVicar +2 Mai11 +1 Shrewdette +1 TwoChainz +1 Blitzwing +0.50 JahLion +0.50 BearRides -0.50 paudi051 -1 TL127 -2.50 Mulldog -2.50 Ormrod76 -2.50 Yossarian24 -4 Sportingbest -4 noodlearms -4 carl31 -4.50 SmokingGun1 -5 slackdad38 -7 Harrytheactor -7 sangfroid -7 VolleVlug -7.50 hegman -7.50 sandiuk -9 moidadem -9 23skidoo -9 diegoisgod -9 shears39 -9 wemeanyounoharm -9 goofs -12 BarronVonRJ -12 tanias -12 mikeysi -12 Kalaharikoning -12 joehow -12 72luca -12 chiefhk -12 ToffeeDan1 -12 WalthamstowLad -12 CluelessWhisper -12 GeorgeWTaylor -12 Copshaw -12 GForce1 -12 no1octoberfest -12 Fixxxer -12 melonk -12 chris1623 -12 ghostquarter -12 orso -12 barnster73 -12 NYStadium -12 suckzinclee -12 Beeftodd -12 William36 -12 paddytheirishman1 -12 Ellandback -12 tom1977 -12 Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time26 April 2013 13:33:49


Talking Horses: The best bets and latest news

18 April 2013 11:58:31 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The best bets and latest news in our daily horse racing blog Thursday's best bets, by Tony Paley It's that tough period at the fag end of the jumps season and bang in the middle of the phoney war on the Flat before the new campaign properly gets under way. I took 8-1 about Rival D'Estruval for the Scottish Grand National last week having put him up here as a horse to follow from the Cheltenham Festival but good bets on the jumps are scarce at this time of year. It certainly looked the case at Cheltenham yesterday when a number of horses performed as if a long season was catching up with them. Sam Winner (4.20) is relatively lightly raced this term and may be able to bounce back with the help of blinkers while I saw Big Time Billy (3.10) win at Fakenham after only three outings in 2012-13 so far and he won with plenty in hand. The best bet today, though, comes in the final race at Newmarket, a contest in which Sir Michael Stoute often runs a well-regarded animal. This time around it's Hillstar (5.45) who won well at Leicester on his final outing last season and has the big-race entries that suggest he could prove better than his current rating in time. Tipping competition, day four Ghostquarter and paudi051 have shot clear at the top by picking Party Rock (14-1). Kentaylor58 was the only other person to find that one, while only Mai11 and Ellandback had Shahdaroba (6-1). Hot Snap (10-1) was fairly popular, being noted by chrisjh007 (now third) among others. Today, we'd like your tips, please, for these races: 3.30 Newmarket, 3.45 Cheltenham, 4.20 Cheltenham . This week's prize is copy of Racing & Football Outlook's Flat Guide 2013, your handy guide to the season which sort-of started on Friday. Features include interviews with top trainers who profile their horses; detailed results of the previous season; profiles of the RFO's horses to follow; top trainers, jockeys and owners for the new season; an illustated racecourse guide; reports from the training regions; plus top RFO punters Richard Birch, Steve Mellish and Steffan Edwards give their view on the season ahead. If you don't win, you can buy a copy here . As ever, our champion will be the tipster who returns the best profit to notional level stakes of £1 at starting price on our nominated races, of which there will be four each day up until Friday. Non-runners count as losers. If you have not joined in so far this week, you are welcome to do so today, but you will start on -9. In the event of a tie at the end of the week, the winner will be the tipster who, from among those tied on the highest score, posted their tips earliest on the final day. For terms and conditions click here . Good luck! Standings after day three ghostquarter +20.50 paudi051 +17 chrisjh007 +11 RickyVillasBeard +8 JahLion +7.50 72luca +7.50 AlexCook +7.50 CorvusFrugilegus +7.50 chris1623 +6.50 kentaylor58 +6 SussexRH +5.75 wiggy12 +5.50 TheVic +2 carl31 +2 William36 +2 millreef +2 GForce1 +2 Mai11 +1.75 ToffeeDan1 +1 Lameduck +0.25 Yossarian24 +0.25 Ormrod76 +0 Neil Harris +0 melonk +0 JudoMadVicar +0 Copshaw -1 Toptrapper -1 Ellandback -2 barnster73 -3.50 WalthamstowLad -3.50 paragoncup -3.50 SmokingGun1 -3.50 chiefhk -3.50 Beeftodd -3.50 john987 -3.50 23skidoo -3.50 GeorgeWTaylor -3.50 hegman -4.50 TL127 -5.25 slackdad38 -5.25 sandiuk -5.25 no1octoberfest -5.25 Flossnme -5.25 trossiter -5.25 mikeysi -5.25 moidadem -9 Dangalf -9 CluelessWhisper -9 TwoChainz -9 goofs -9 Sportingchad -9 Reedo37 -9 waltersobchak -9 Thewrongtree -9 Fixxxer -9 jaygee1 -9 NYStadium -9 shears39 -9 tom1977 -9 tanias -9 diegoisgod -9 Mulldog -9 Sportingbest -9 Lindsey6677 -9 BearRides -9 lcprestes -9 Shrewdette -9 Harrytheactor -9 orso -9 suckzinclee -9 Armapharma -9 markahoy -9 Click here for all the day's racecards, form, stats and results. And post your tips or racing-related comments below. Horse racing tips Horse racing Tony Paley guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time18 April 2013 11:58:31