Not been punting since last Friday, when enjoyed Saigon’s 7/1 win (Friday’s Racing Blog) it suffered some interference in victory, and could still be one to stick the right side of.

Worcester and Sandown

A quite interesting jumps card at Worcester, with the early races revolving around short priced favourites, and later contests wide open. The market for the 3:20 Nervous Hurdle is headed by 4/9 shot All The Winds. I like big priced Taaresh who was higher rated than the jolly whilst they raced on the flat, and didn’t disgrace itself in it’s debut at Aintree. When a flat racer it had a tendency to idle in front, so Aidan Coleman will need to present it well.

I took 14/1 with Bet365 (SP guarantee) to win, with a small amount e/w. In the 2:50 beforehand I was scratching my head looking for something to take on 4/6 Safe Investment who is bidding for a hatrick after only 10 days off, and may find the 3m trip a bridge to far. However I couldn’t find anything credible in a weak field, so passed on a bet there.

Though it’s grim outside I wouldn’t mind popping down to Sandown this evening, but probably won’t make the spin round the M25 (if I do will tweet it!). I like the price of Silverware in the 7:40 7f Handicap and have taken 8/1 with Bet365 again. Those boys up at Stoke do like to go best priced.

Happy Punting.

Selections:

3:20 Worcester, Taaresh, 1pt win, 0.5pts e/w 14/1 Bet365 (best priced both)

7:40 Sandown, Silverware, 1.5pts win 8/1 Bet365.

I have been involved in the betting industry since the late 90’s and have in that time worked for a on course bookmaker (at now much missed Catford Dogs), spent time at a leading spread betting company, and worked for Betfair in their two year start-up phase.

In 2007 I co-founded iGaming supplier Hyperion Gaming with long suffering business partner Alex Lafferty.

Being involved in the industry for so long has given me a good understanding of the wonderful world of online gambling, and I put effort into giving honest opinions, that remain my own!

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