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Free Racing Tips for 29 Sep 2022


A huge win on yesterday's Little Beauty, BLISTERING BARNEY at 12/1! That tip came from Cheek Pieces, who we've stuck with for todays as well. 

We also landed a Premium Tip winner thanks to MIDNIGHT JEWEL at 13/8, so we were close to the treble that I was hoping for. Let's land another double today (or better!). 



DREAM OF MISCHIEF 2.19 Lingfield 8/1 each way – The nursery at Lingfield is interesting as Classic Order is a standout contender lurking at bottom-weight having bolted-up in a Kempton 0-60 last time out. The third ran to a similar level next time out and the runner-up is a useful yardstick.

Although it looked a messy race, it was run in a faster time than the handicap on the card. My conundrum is that the handicapper has been lenient re-assessing Classic Order on [66] from [57] on that performance, but unless the runner-up improved by 5lbs or more at Kempton, he isn’t exactly thrown-in here.

Dream Of Mischief is making his AW debut after four runs on turf and connections must be made up that he has been dropped 2lbs for finishing fourth in a good 0-90 nursery at Newbury last time out. The son of Oasis Dream should be right in the mix here if he can reproduce that effort.

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BLISTERING BARNEY 3.55 Nottingham 12/1 each way – There’s a big field declared for the Stayers’ Final where several have good chances, but Blistering Barney looks a bit of value. The gelding has been in good form of late, he won a CD in May off 71 and at Carlisle 1m 3f 0-80 in August.

On the face of it he was a bit disappointing last time out when beaten four lengths at Pontefract, but he was short of room on a couple of occasions and his rider had to sit and suffer. Blistering Barney clearly has the pace for middle distances but has proven stamina and I expect him to outrun his odds.TODAY'S LITTLE BEAUTY

AMARILLO GOLD 7.00 Wolverhampton 7/1 each way – AMARILLO GOLD ran well to hit the frame on both starts here either side of his Brighton victory in August and, with a lesser effort on softer ground at Chepstow probably best forgiven, he could well be up to bouncing back.

BURTONLODGE BEAUTY 2.13 Hamilton 7/1 each way –

BURTONLODGE BEAUTY was quickly back on track returned to this venue when just touched off over C&D 8 days ago and she can make another bold bid with her rider again taking off a valuable 7 lb.


CLIFFCAKE 2.15 – Chester 4/1 – CLIFFCAKE can boast an excellent strike rate for one of his abilities and, with stall 3 an ideal place to attack, he makes the most appeal.


RED MAPLE 2.53 – Market Rasen 10/3 – RED MAPLE proved well suited by the step up in trip when scoring here last month and can follow up off a 4 lb higher mark in a race where lots arriive with question marks against them.


MUBHIJAH 4.15 – Newmarket 2/1 – MUBHIJAH showed the benefit of her debut run when third in a Sandown maiden over this trip 5 weeks ago and, equipped with a first-time hood, she could be the one who puts her experience to good use and come out on top.


GOOD BYE 4.40 – Market Rasen 7/2 – Hasn’t been out of the first 2 to finish in 4 outings for this yard now, including a C&D win in July. Went down by only a neck to reopposing Misty Mani back here since but should be ready to give another good account.




INDIAN RENEGADE 4.25 Haydock 14/1 each way – Indian Renegade went off at 50/1 for a Kempton novice where he was a never dangerous eight of twelve with no obvious excuses, but if he returns to form back on turf, he could be well-treated on a perch of 71.



DANCE IN THE GRASS 3.00 Newmarket 17/2 each way – Would be clear favourite if she hadn’t blotted her copybook with a flop in the May Hill Stakes at Doncaster. Connections were quick to blame the softer ground on that occasion and she certainly looked the part when she beat the subsequent Prestige Fillies’ Stakes winner Fairy Cross at Sandown.

BELLOSA 2.25 Newmarket 12/1 each way – It’s easy to make a case for favourite Tarhib who won with a bit in hand at Yarmouth last week and has the sexy profile and connections.

I am going to take a chance with Bellosa who has slipped to a handy mark of [96] from a lofty perch of [101] at the start of the season. Only last month Jane Chapple-Hyam’s filly was eighth in the listed Hopeful Stakes on the July course where, despite being up against it on ratings, she was only beaten 4¼ lengths (two lengths behind Ayr Gold Cup winner Summaerghand).

Apart from rivals Tarhib and Azure Blue, there is a concern that Bellosa could ruin her chance by racing to freely (as she did at Doncaster) but hopefully she will get a good toe into the race from Cuban Breeze, and she should not be the rag.    


PRETTY REBEL 1.35 – Gowran Park 15/8 – PRETTY REBEL holds the clear edge on form so is fancied to follow up her recent Cork victory and make it three successes in her last four starts.


MANACCAN 2.15 – Newbury 10/3 – Arrives in top form having warmed up for this with a breakthrough victory at listed level in Doncaster and shouldn’t face too much challenge going into it.


BRAZEN BOLT 4.45 – Ayr 10/3 – BRAZEN BOLT is enjoying yet another good season, progressing again to add to his tally at Epsom 19 days ago, and there appears no reason why he won't go well again from this 2 lb higher mark.


WOR WILLIE 5.20 – Ayr 4/1 – WOR WILLIE arrives bang in form after bagging wins at Pontefract back-to-back over his last two runs. He merits plenty of respect in his hat-trick bid here.




GOOD EARTH 2.30 – Ayr 16/1 each way – I’m going to have a punt on Aberama Gold. Keith Dalgleish’s gelding was fifth in the 2020 renewal off a mark of 94 so should appreciate having another crack carrying 6lbs less. That was the middle of five visits to Ayr where he has finished in the top five every time.

He was second twice over CD in July before finishing a respectable fifth behind Gale Force Maya at York. Aberama Gold has never been as good on the AW, so I’m not too concerned that he has flopped twice on the AW recently. He re-opposes the favourite on 4lbs better terms for hall-a-length, but doesn’t win very often so we will go each-way.

ILLUSTRATING 3.10 – Ayr 22/1 each way – In the fillies’ sprint I’m giving another chance to ILLUSTRATING. She looked a non-stayer when 8th of 14 upped to seven furlongs last time out. She has several pounds to find with the principles here, Gale Force Maya and Tippy Toes, but on some of her place form in group races as a two-year-old she would be in with a chance of at least hitting the frame.

SUPERSTAR DJ 5:20 Ayr 12/1 each way – One of seven 3yo’s in the line-up who hasn’t been given anything like a hard time in his three races to date including last time on his return to action at Doncaster over 5f where his jockey looked happy to get him ready for his handicap debut after returning from a 268 day break.

He’s a nice-looking son of ‘Time Test’ and off an opening mark of just 60, I expect to see much more from him.

GNAT ALLEY 2.10 Yarmouth 8/1 each way – GNAT ALLEY ran a promising first race for new trainer Conrad Allen at Ascot, and was better than her fourth-place result. She wasn’t helped by her track position then and should be able to do better here.

CUMULONIMBUS 3:55 Yarmouth 14/1 each way – Yet to win in 5 starts, but he’s run a well a few times and although well beaten on his return from a break last time after being backed, I don’t think he was suited by the strong pace on his first visit to Southwell and his second overall on the all-weather, as he just couldn’t get involved form the rear which was a similar scenario at Lingfield back in May, only that time off a poor pace.

His best form has been on easy turf as shown on debut at Donny on softer ground last year, together with a couple of decent runs at both Nottingham and Newbury on quicker.

Hollie Doyle gets the ride and back on rain softened ground and with the potential of a decent pace, with that return run under his belt, I fancy him to go well for his very much-in-form trainer.

COUNTESS KES 2:15 Thirsk 16/1 each way – Raced far too keenly in both her races over 7f/7.5f, but she improved when dropping back to 6f on her third start last time at Ponte, finishing 5th behind a few useful types including the 2nd who’s subsequently won off an opening mark of 76 and is now rated 86. CK has been handed an opening mark of just 61, and if she can repeat or better that first run over the same trip, then she must go well in what looks a weak handicap.

The soft ground is an obvious concern, but she’s a nice-looking filly with quite a high knee-action, and if getting through the ground I can see her running into a place at the very least.

TRUE STATESMAN 2.00 – Doncaster 22/1 each way – TRUE STATESMAN improved in each of two starts before he flopped as favourite for a Goodwood nursery. On that occasion he sweated up badly and raced too keenly and the race is best ignored, he’s worth another chance on these terms.

MONTY MAN 4.45 – Doncaster 14/1 each way – I tipped MONTY MAN for a 0-95 nursery at Newcastle last week where he was outclassed but was noted staying on at the finish.

Prior to that he improved with each of three starts and was third over 7½f at Beverley when attempting to make all. He ran well at Carlisle on easier ground, and it is interesting that Burke is running him again before his new mark with 1lb decrease kicks-in.

FIGHT FOR IT 3:50 Leicester 8/1 each way – Ex-Simon Crisford trained 4yo who’s won over hurdles for John O’Shea and who ran well on his return to the flat last time at Salisbury behind a subsequent easy winner in ‘Thanks Monica’.

He was well beat in third that day, but the form looks solid and the race was run at a good pace to produce a good overall time-figure. He’ll be better for that run and with Hollie Doyle booked to ride over this longer trip and with the forecast of more rain, I think he might have conditions to suit and looks set to go well.


FRANK ROSS IS OUT 6:30 Newcastle 11/1 each way – Has a bit of temperament, but he’s shown ability a few times including when running quite well under an easy ride at this track in June. He was disappointing when we had him at Beverley last time, but he raced wide, and I don’t think the stiff 7.5f suited.

He looked for more at home at Newcastle’s tapeta surface, and back here from a nice draw, I think we’ll see a much better performance.


BARLEY 7:00 Windsor 7/1 each way – Ran a big race at Donny on his return from a gelding op break, finishing 4th and producing an excellent time-figure in the process. He’s up in trip and down in grade tomorrow, and if in keeping with his breeding he stays this longer trip, then he must finish in the mix.

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MOTHER INDIA 2:40 Wolverhampton 20/1 each way – Has shown a smidgeon of ability in each of her three runs, including last time where she got quite an easy time of things once forced wide to race without cover, something connections won’t have been too bothered about with that race being her last before getting a mark.

She’s been given a rating of 69 for those three runs and although not jumping out as well handicapped, I don’t think this is the strongest 0-70 fillies’ nursery. She’s a daughter to ‘Profitable’ and a half-sister to a 2yo all-weather winner at two, and if liking this surface then she should go well for a trainer whose 2yo’s have been flying this year.

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FAST STEPS 3.50 Epsom 7/2 – In the Amateurs’ Derby Handicap at Epsom last year’s winner Captain Haddock returns to retain his crown off a 3lbs lower mark. He has not been in the same form since but has been running at longer trips so he could return to form here, particularly if this has been the plan.

FAST STEPS was runner-up in the ten-furlong handicap on the same card last year and he comes here in good form after winning at Sandown last time out. In fifteen career starts he is yet to race beyond ten furlongs, but he looks worth trying at the trip despite his pedigree.

Fast Steps does sometimes race too keenly which would not be ideal stepping up in trip, but he has run well on both previous visits to the track, and he should go well here.

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KITSUNE POWER 2.05 – Beverley 5/2 – A decent strike rate with 2 wins from 5 runs this year, the latest being at Nottingham in June. KITSUNE POWER also put in a good second of 16 in handicap at Goodwood last month and looks likely to give another good account.

LATE ARRIVAL 3.10 – Beverley 11/2 – Was well-ridden when opening their account for the season at Pontefract in June and followed up at Chester just 11 days later. They never figured at York the next time out, but quickly found their form again when third again at Pontefract 2 weeks ago and no reason they can’t keep going.

MUTASAABEQ 3.35 – Goodwood 6/5 – MUTASAABEQ holds the edge on form and arrives at the top of his game so is taken to gain a deserved success after his narrow reverse in Ascot's Summer Mile.

RHUBARB 3.55 – Windsor 11/2 – Arrives in great form having completed the hat-trick at Chepstow in July, and followed up with a decent runner-up effort in handicap at this C&D 20 days ago. Has another chance to give it a good shot now.


WALKING ON CLOUDS 4.50 Curragh 6/1 – WALKING ON CLOUDS has looked to be holding his form well, he wasn’t beaten by much when a good fourth at Cork 2 weeks ago, and so he gets the vote having eased 1lb now.

We were extremely close to landing the treble yesterday! The Premium and Next Best tips both stepped up and delivered us winners (FELIX NATALIS at 3/1 and FRESH HOPE at 4/1), but this time the Little Beauty couldn't manage better than second.

It was still a place return though, so overall a good day. And both of our winners were included on the Lucky 15, so there was even more profit there.

Hopefully we can keep the run going and end the week on a high!

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ANSANI 2.45 Ffos Las 13/2 each way – Looks to have been kept back for nurseries having completed three starts back in late May and gelded since then. He went into the notebook as one to keep an eye on when moved to nurseries as his third start was more encouraging, only weakening out of it late on and the step up in trip should eke out further improvement.

The majority of yesterday's card at Catterick went abandoned yesterday, which hampered our Lucky 15 with two non-runners. However, the Little Beauty HARRY'S HERO more than made up for it who won for us at 17/2!

Now today we have the Racing League at Newcastle which brings us plenty of action on the All-Weather, and it's all broadcast on ITV4 this evening.


RANSOM 3:35 Navan 9/1 each way – Has caught the eye a few times recently having been better that the final result for varying reasons. He’s down slightly in grade with his optimal trip and a fair draw today, and if getting the run of the race he shouldn’t be far away at the finish.


HARRY’S HERO 1.50 Musselburgh 17/2 each way – A likely improver, HARRY’S HERO showed an encouraging debut effort when third of 5 at Yarmouth 20 days ago and looks likely to progress further.


BRIGHT SUNBIRD 1.45 Bangor 6/1 each way – BRIGHT SUNBIRD opened her account with something to spare in 13-runner handicap at Uttoxeter before following up in a 4-runner novice at Cartmel (was second past the post but subsequently promoted).

Now the hat-trick seeker returns to handicap company on a mark 11 lb higher than when winning at Uttoxeter in June, but may do better still.


EARCOMESSUE 7.50 Stratford 10/1 each way – EARCOMESSUE showed more than she had in points when third of 9 in a bumper at this C&D on Rules debut 55 days ago and should be able to go well again following her first bumper start.


GRANDE DAME 2.05 – Sandown 15/8 – Overcame inexperience to make a winning debut in April and took a big step forward when going down narrowly in York listed event in May. GRANDE DAME was also very impressive in listed company over C&D 7 weeks ago and that is solid form, so she's hard to get away from.

MARIA MAGDALENA 3.27 Newton Abbot 4/1 – MARIA MAGDALENA is a long time without a victory but arrives on a good mark and with that form having been franked she is taken to come out on top.

ROCKET RODNEY 4.45 – York 3/2 – Was no match for an unexposed rival in the Molecomb Stakes at Goodwood last month, but he still beat the rest pretty convincingly and sets the standard back at listed level.

STREET POET 5.26 – Chelmsford 2/1 – The return to 6f will suit EXPEDITIOUS and in receipt of 7 lb from last-time-out winner Rock Girl, she looks the way to go.


OKITA SOUSHI 3.35 – York 9/1 each way – The Galileo colt was third in the Copper Horse Handicap at Ascot over the Ebor distance, beaten two lengths by Get Shirty, he did well to finish so close having been given a lot to do and he re-opposes on significantly better terms.

He was beaten ten lengths next time out in an amateurs’ race at Leopardstown, but I’m inclined to put a line through that as the jockeys erred by giving the winner an unassailable lead. In a race where plenty appeal I think Okita Soushi is a fair price and worth backing.


YACOWLEF 4.45 York 15/2 each way – Yacowlef arguably has the best form on offer, he was 2½ lengths third in a Goodwood maiden that is proving to be a hot race. That was over six furlongs where he looked a bit outpaced so the step back up to seven is a positive.


REDEMPTION TIME 2:25 York 17/2 each way – Finished third in a warm Ascot novice in May behind the likes of ‘Noble Style’ and ‘Walbank’ who’ve gone on to much better things, then after winning a Bath novice, he got pitched right in to a Royal Ascot group 2, and although finishing 9th of 10, he looked a good bit better than that as had to be switched in from his wide draw to gain cover, then when looking to stay on inside the final furlong he got quite badly hampered.

He’ll need to settle a little better if he’s to stay this extra furlong, but Clive Cox has had plenty of time to prepare him for this race, and from what’s likely a nice draw in stall 8, I think he can go well in this big drop in grade.

I'm pleased to report another solid start to the week thanks to our Next Best tip winner KEY LOOK at 5/1. They were also on our Lucky 15, which got my hopes pretty high for a big return there! But despite a good effort from two of the other runners who placed second, we were once again denied the boom...

I know we'll break that trend eventually, and hopefully with the Ebor Festival starting up tomorrow, that'll bring us the perfect opportunity.


WESSALL 2:30 Kempton 17/2 each way – A lovely-looking, scopey son of Dark Angel, who ran well below expectations in a warm novice at Newbury on debut last April.

He’s had a wind op since that run and will be wearing the tongue-tie for the first time, and with his trainer’s excellent record when wearing this type of equipment for the first time, which stands at 19% in total, jumping to 25% on just the all-weather, although a risky bet on the face of it, at his current price I think he looks worth risking

We were SO close to another big win on yesterday’s Lucky 15. There were two winners, but then RUNAHOLIC in the last leg could only manage second, just denying us a triple digit profit.

Maybe today we’ll get those elusive 3+ winners?

Let’s hope for another Saturday as sensational as the last one, where we found 6 winners and 25pts profit across the ITV racing tips!


WEN MOON 1.40 – Ripon 9/4 – Went much improved from his debut to land a 6-runner maiden at this C&D last month over what I should be very similar ground conditions. Likely to improve further and should end up firmly in the mix.

BLACKROD 2.50 – Ripon 9/2 – BLACKROD failed to progress when seventh in the Wokingham at Royal Ascot, but that's more of a chink than a dent in his otherwise progressive profile and the 4-yr-old should be in the thick of things on their debut for a new yard.

MISTER BLUEBIRD 3.18 – Newmarket 15/8 – MISTER BLUEBIRD is an improved performer this year and this looks a decent opportunity for him to resume winning ways with Harry Davies taking off a valuable 5 lb.

TIBER FLOW 3.35 – Newbury 7/2 – Won 4 of his first 5 starts, including at a 6f course listed race in May. Cheekpieces were on for the first time and was a little disappointing when only eighth of 20 in Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, but he’s freshened up since and it should be no surprise were he to resume his progression now.


IDILICO 3.05 Perth 9/1 each way – This looks a competitive handicap to which IDILICO could be the answer. He shaped better than the distance beaten at Cartmel last month, and his subsequent effort on the Flat was pretty encouraging.

A great result from the Premium Tip IMMORTAL BEAUTY (5/2) yesterday, and a good place return from the Little Beauty HOW EXCITING. Hopefully today's can go one further for us!

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TOTAL JOY 2:55 Nottingham 16/1 each way – A lovely looking son of ‘Ribchester’ who, despite finishing 7th of 9 on debut at Donny, I still thought there was plenty to take from the race.

Slowly into stride and racing green throughout most of the 6f’s, you could almost see the penny starting to drop in his head as he passed two rivals late on and looked to be crying out for a longer trip.

He has that trip tomorrow stepping up to the extended mile, and with ‘potentially’ just one rival, albeit a good one rated 85 standing in his way of the prize, should he show the improvement over this longer trip that he promised last time, at nice odds, I think it’s worth us paying to find out if that improvement ensues.


ENRAGED 5.10 Beverley 5/1 – There looks a few with chances here, but ENRAGED hasn't looked back since the cheekpieces were applied and can complete a quick hat-trick with the form of her C&D success proving very solid


CRIME FICTION 5:40 Carlisle 5/1 – A bit slow away and a little green on debut at Beverley, but she was closing up fast inside the final furlong of 5 on the stiff uphill sprint track, and although that from is far from strong, neither was that of our winner on Saturday ‘Tyrone’s Poppy’ who improved plenty and fairly bolted up.

CF is from the same yard, and if building on that debut run, then she could also win and hopefully continue Tim Easterby’s excellent recent form. This longer, though less stiff 6f should suit and with David Allen retaining his ride, I think she looks all set to go close.

It well and truly was a sensational Saturday last weekend! There were SIX winners from 10 runners on the ITV racing, including THEMAXWECAN at 16/1 and ADAAY IN ASIA at 11/1. In total, it was just shy of 25pts profit.

Two of those winners were also on the Lucky 15; it was a shame we couldn't have landed just one more there for an even bigger return. Although, we did have a 166pt profit return on that at the start of the week, so we shouldn't be too greedy ;)

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STAR OF MIDNIGHT 6:45 Ripon 12/1 each way – Has run to a decent lavel in each of his races despite not having things go all his way. It was a similar case when stepped up to 7f in a nice York novice last time where, after racing keenly throughout, he got short of room when trying to challenge and wasn’t given anything like a hard time. He gets in here off an opening mark of 63 and back down to 6f at this sharper track, I think he looks a good each-way bet.

We found ourselves another good winner yesterday, this time from the Next Best Tip GLOBAL SPIRIT at 13/2. It's been shaping up to look like a good week so far, and hopefully there's plenty more to come!


MUSIC SOCIETY 7:10 Doncaster 12/1 each way – Has been knocking on the door of late in better races than this and was a bit better than the result last time as his jockey looked to be seeking for cover for much of the race with him being out on a limb, so to go down by just over 2L was a sterling effort in what was a typically hot York handicap. Calmer waters here and from a nice draw he looks set to go well.


IMPRESSOR 2.18 Ayr 8/1 – There are some interesting runners in this contest. Water of Leith gets to stay on the same mark, but is going down in distance today whereas Eternal Halo has been competing in 0-80 contests and was heavily eased down last time out.

However, IMPRESSOR could be the one to strike having been struggling over 6f recently. The return to 5f could be key and having gone close over this distance at the end of May, this horse should be backed at a decent price.

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