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1 The Punt E-Mail on Fri Jun 30, 2017 10:13 pm


Part of the Furniture
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Many people forget to read the e-mails off the punt and they do get some good winners so i going start posting them each Saturday for all 

Natural Scenery 9/1 

3.30, Northumberland Plate, Newcastle

Progressed really well over the winter and won here twice; more patient tactics backfired when favourite for Lingfield marathon final latest but better can be expected back over C&D of her career best.

Commander Grigio 10-1
4.40 Curragh, Saturday

The Railway Stakes is probably the best 2yo race run this season and the Coventry Stakes form gets a run out with the third Murillo representing Aidan O'Brien and Ryan Moore. However he might have his work cut out to beat the impressive maiden winners Beckford and Commander Grigio. The latter was behind Beckford when they made their debuts but he improved massively when winning in a good time over course and distance next time.

Amazour 6-1
1.50 Newcastle, Saturday

Ran better than finishing position suggests in Wokingham as he was hampered and while he would not have been among the placings, he wouldn't have been far off. Looked in good heart the time before at Haydock, too, and can repeat last year's win in this race.

Mattmu 18-1
2.25 Newcastle,       Saturday
Quality juvenile sprinter who finished second in this race when it was staged on turf two years ago. A Group 3 winner at three, he failed to hit the heights on his final two starts at four and has been off for 378 days. His fitness has to be taken on trust, but his first-time-out record reads 223 and he looks an interesting contender on his all-weather debut for Tim Easterby.

Aussie Valentine 9-1
3.40 Curragh, 

Paul Deegan has had nine runners in the last ten days and boasts form figures of 231329212. His team have hit top form and everything looks in place for Aussie Valentine to return to winning ways. He has been placed on his last three starts, including when second to Brendan Brackan in the Irish Lincoln, and is now 4lb lower than his last winning mark. The rain-softened ground is right up his street

2 Re: The Punt E-Mail on Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:23 pm


The problem i find with the Punt email is they too much hit and miss type of picks but i do find them interesting to read because do argue some good points

3 Re: The Punt E-Mail on Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:08 pm


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Maggies Angel 4-1
Super Sprint, 3.35 Newbury

Has run well in useful company against her own sex all three starts since successful debut at Ripon in April, keeping on well when runner-up in 6f Newmarket Listed race on good to soft latest; back in trip here but sets the standard and trainer won this twice in last four years.

Master The World 8-1
3.50 Newmarket

Even before David Egan's 5lb claim is taken into account, Master The World can race off a lower mark than when touched off in the valuable mile handicap at Goodwood last season and when staying on into 8th in the Hunt Cup last time. He will have Masham Star to set the race up for him and if the Bunbury Cup is anything to go by, his draw on the far side might be a big help.

Tom Segal

Raucous 12-1
3.00 Newbury, Saturday

Given the weather forecast the ground looks set to go soft at Newbury and that makes Raucous very interesting as he's one of the least ground-dependent in the field. His best performance on soft, a Group 3 third last year, is better than all bar Magical Memory can boast (and the ground wasn't that soft when Magical Memory was second in the Duke of York) and he's better than his well-backed Wokingham eighth suggests.

Paul Kealy

Trilliant 3-1
4.45 Newbury

Ed Walker's imposing three-year-old filly takes a marked step up in grade today after running away with a 0-75 Class 5 handicap at Haydock last time out. She travelled well before putting her huge stride to good use that day and she should be capable of defying an 8lb penalty off what looks a nice racing weight.

Tom Collins

Midnight Shot 16-1
3.20 Market Rasen
Jonathan Burke was named new stable jockey to Charlie Longsdon this week and the pair could cement the relationship with Midnight Shot in the Summer Plate. The seven-year-old is three from three over fences, winning twice under a 7lb claimer, and although he has more to find, he's bound to be high on confidence.

James Pugh

Breezolini 4-1
2.15 Gowran Park

It is now over five years since Breezolini won a race of any sort but her two starts for Adrian Joyce have been really positive and a step up to 7f might see her end a lengthy drought under Seamie Heffernan.

David Jennings

4 Re: The Punt E-Mail on Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:43 pm


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£1 win Lucky 15  (general odds in brackets)

2.25 Newbury: What About Carlo (12-1) 
2.40 Newmarket: God Given (14-1) 
3.35 Newbury: Maggies Angel (5-1)
5.20 Newbury: Petitioner 

Plus £5 win on Maggies Angel

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