Saturday 9th September

NAP Dark Acclaim 10/3 (BV) – Haydock 13:50 – 2pts win Lost -2pts

Dark Acclaim won by almost four lengths on soft ground last time out and although that was over a furlong shorter than he encounters today he wasn’t stopping at the line so the extra distance shouldn’t be an issue. Add to that the fact that second and third from that race have won since and stall one has produced four of the last ten winners of this race the Marco Botti two year old looks the one to be on today.

NB Brando 10/3 (PP) – Haydock 14:25 – 2pts win Lost -2pts

Brando is proven over six furlongs, has won on soft ground and has previously won at Group level. Tasleet boasts similar credentials but Brando is preferred as he brings the better form in to this race having finished third in the July Cup and following up with victory in the Maurice De Gheest.

IWAC Sepal 6/1 (B365) – Haydock 16:10 – 2pts win WON +12pts

Sepal has won her last three, defying a 12lbs penalty on soft ground and still winning in commanding fashion by over three lengths last time out. She has been hit with another 10lbs for that but with soft ground posing no issues and arriving in such good form she looks difficult to oppose.


ITV RACING

13:50 Haydock

Dark Acclaim won by almost four lengths on soft ground last time out and although that was over a furlong shorter than he encounters today he wasn’t stopping at the line so the extra distance shouldn’t be an issue. Add to that the fact that second and third from that race have won since and stall one has produced four of the last ten winners of this race the Marco Botti two year old looks the one to be on today. Lost

14:05 Kempton

Chemical Charge has a good record when racing on a polytrack and has only failed to make the frame in one from eight over twelve furlongs. A winner last time out and a solid third in the Hardwicke before that makes him a worthy favourite. WON

14:25 Haydock

Brando is proven over six furlongs, has won on soft ground and has previously won at Group level. Tasleet boasts similar credentials but Brando is preferred as he brings the better form in to this race having finished third in the July Cup and following up with victory in the Maurice De Gheest. Lost

14:45 Ascot

Lualiwa has won three from six this season and should appreciate the step back up to seven furlongs having been beaten in to second over a furlong shorter at Ascot last month. The forecast ground should suit and David Egan’s 3lbs claim could further help his cause today. Lost

15:00 Haydock

Copper Knight has disappointed following an excellent third in the Scurry Stakes in June but has won on ground with some cut, has been eased a little in the weights and his trainer has won this race twice in recent years so looks worthy of an each way shot at expected bigger odds. Tim Easterby also runs Confessional and Midnight Malibu and with both having decent records over course and distance they are also considered for each way purposes. Lost

15:15 Kempton

Ripoll is unbeaten in two over course and distance and should appreciate the return to an all-weather surface having been beaten in a couple of races on turf in recent months. Trainer Sylvestre Kirk has had a couple of winners in recent weeks and has a decent record at at the course so his four year old is a tentative each way selection at an expected decent price. Lost

15:35 Haydock

Ballet Concerto has won his last two and has made the frame in all seven runs over a mile (winning four). He was only a head away from victory on soft ground last year and has also won over further than he encounters here so with stamina expected to come in to play it would be a surprise if he wasn’t in with a chance at the business end. WON

15:55 Ascot

Mam’selle arrives in top form having won three from four and with all victories coming on good-to-soft or soft ground the forecast conditions should be again in her favour. Today is another step up in class but most rivals either haven’t proved consistent at this level or also attempting tougher races so the William Haggas trained three year old looks to have a great chance of notching a hat-trick of victories. 3rd

Glenys The Menace didn’t seem to stay the trip at York last time out but had previously won over course and distance on rain-softened ground and has to enter calculations, while Cape Coast, Londinium and Seafarer are others who can make their presence felt in a tough looking handicap. Lost

16:10 Haydock

Sepal has won her last three, defying a 12lbs penalty on soft ground and still winning in commanding fashion by over three lengths last time out. She has been hit with another 10lbs for that but with soft ground posing no issues and arriving in such good form she looks difficult to oppose. WON


SATURDAY STATS RUNNERS

STRATFORD

T George 30% winning strike rate & level stakes profit of +£28.03 in the last 3 years over fences at Stratford….

15:05 – Always On The Run

P Bowen 36% winning strike rate in the last 3 years over fences at Stratford….

15:05 – Play The Ace

Dr Newland 26% winning strike rate in the last 3 years over hurdles at Stratford….

15:40 – Caid Du Lin

W Greatrex 4 wins & 2 placed from 8 in bumpers in the last 3 years at Stratford, a 50% win & 75% place strike rate….

17:20 – The Black Squirrel

HAYDOCK

W Haggas 32% winning strike rate in the last 3 years at Haydock….

13:50 – Learn By Heart

14:25 – Tasleet

15:35 – Victory Bond


MONTHLY RESULTS….

9/9/17 PROFIT/LOSS: +8pts

8/9/17 PROFIT/LOSS: -8pts

7/9/17 PROFIT/LOSS: +1.2pts

SEPTEMBER 2017 PROFIT/LOSS: +2.48pts

AUGUST 2017 PROFIT/LOSS: +37.56pts


HISTORIC & ROLLING RESULTS

2017 PROFIT/LOSS: (updated monthly): +76.77pts

2016 PROFIT/LOSS: +237.55pts

PROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 2015 (updated monthly): +597.26pts

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