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S.A.S » Ebor Festival 2017 » TIMEFORM TV FOCUS TIPS


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1 TIMEFORM TV FOCUS TIPS on Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:20 am


1.55 1 pt – 5 Orion’s Bow
The presence of trail-blazers Ela Astronaute and Thesme in stalls one and two respectively could mean that lowish numbers are again favoured in this, as they have been for a while in five-furlong races at York, but hopefully Orion’s Bow isn’t too far away in thirteen to be able to keep tabs on where the action is unfolding. He hasn’t yet had the cards fall right this season but has shaped as though ahead of his mark on a few occasions, not surprisingly really given that he’s off the same mark here as when runner-up in the Stewards’ Cup last year. Orion’s Bow has been better than the result on his last three starts, racing too close to a strong early pace when fifth at Ascot on the latest, and he’s worth one more chance in the hope that the run of the race doesn’t disadvantage him this time.  
2.25 1 pt – 8 Lansky
As ever, a smashing race featuring a whole host of really promising juveniles. Top of the list for potential has to be Dee Ex Bee, who justified strength in the market in most impressive fashion on his debut at Goodwood earlier in the month, the visual impression backed up by the clock also. Normal progression from that is likely to see him hard to beat and we wouldn’t deter anyone from keeping him on side so they don’t lose on the race, but he’s very short in the betting considering the number of other promising types in opposition. Lansky was also ‘expected’ first time up judged on the betting and, though he got the job done in less eye-catching fashion, he did have a bit in hand when edging out a more experienced one and was deserving of extra credit for overcoming a sluggish start, too, the impression being that there could be significant improvement in him from first run to second. It’s also worth pointing out that Jeremy Noseda has a great strike rate with his juveniles so far this season, most of whom have indeed taken a sizeable step forward with the benefit of their first experience.
3.00 2 pts – 3 Cracksman
There are benefits to writing a column based on prices the evening before, but it can be made tricky by changes in the weather and, also by the fact that sometimes winners are passed over on account of price that end up drifting to what would have been backable odds near the off. Hopefully, that’ll be the case with Cracksman, as it’s hard to suggest he’s necessarily a great price on Tuesday evening, but he is comfortably the likeliest winner and there’s a suspicion that his price will lengthen at some stage on Wednesday. On form, Cracksman doesn’t actually have stacks in hand over the likes of Mirage Dancer and Douglas Macarthur, but it doesn’t take great racereading skills to know that he’ll be better suited to the demands of York than Epsom or that he wasn’t seen to best advantage when edged out by Capri in a tactical race for the Irish Derby. He should have been freshened up by two months off since the Curragh and it’ll be disappointing if he doesn’t gain his first pattern success here with something to spare.
3.35 0.5 pt – 4 Barney Roy
You don’t need a deep knowledge of the form book to know that there’s not much to choose between Barney Roy, Churchill and Ulysses. Throw in the Derby runner-up Cliffs of Moher and you’ve got a cracking race for the Juddmonte, albeit one that’s seriously complicated by the possibility of a tactical affair. Knowing what we do about Cliffs of Moher, it’d probably make sense to make use of his proven stamina by going from the front, but only the Ballydoyle team know whether that’s likely to happen and, as such, it’s difficult to have a strong view on the outcome, Barney Roy getting no more than a tentative nod on account of promising to be well suited by the demands of York, a strong-galloping sort that takes a bit of winding up and, after the Eclipse, connections now safe in the knowledge that he stays a mile and a quarter really well.

2 Re: TIMEFORM TV FOCUS TIPS on Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:38 am


Lot of information from you tonight thank you for all of that, i will be taking on the options you and Sarah are going to be doing hope you do well

3 Re: TIMEFORM TV FOCUS TIPS on Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:32 am


Just took a lucky 15 bet on these 4 they argued a good case for all 4 of them so worth a few quid

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