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HAMLUL (3.30) sticks out for Sir Michael Stoute at Beverley.

Her fifth to Elasia at Newcastle is a strong bit of form with runner-up Ben Vrackie and third Recordman decisive winners since that run.

SILVER CRESCENT (4.40) and Moon of Baroda, both improving three-year-olds, could fight out the finish. Ralph Beckett’s Silver Crescent ran third to Asoof at Newbury and just gets the nod.

GEORGE (3.10) made all to score nicely at Chelmsford City last month and a 4lb rise may not prevent an action replay over a mile at Salisbury.

CRYSTAL HOPE (3.40) is a very lightly race Stoute filly with leading claims in the Listed contest. She hasn’t been seen on the track since running third to Sea of Class at Newbury in May. Market rival Rasima finished fifth to Sea of Class the following month, again at Newbury, and little separates the pair. The more exposed Chain Of Daisies usually comes into her own in the second half of the season.

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  1. uncle pom 5 months ago

    Pot now + 46.1

    14:10 dirty rascal 7/4 2pt win

    14:40 delegate this lord 6/1 1pt win

  2. double carpet 5 months ago

    NAP Royal Admiral 6/4 7.10 gow

    NB Dabiyr 15/8 8.10 gow


  3. 5 months ago

    powersbomb 5-40 gow 20/1 ew not a great race for favs owes me a few bob this one
    royal admiral 7-10 gow 11/8 flew home after missing the break lto extra furlong should suit
    acari 7-40 gow 11/2 again came home strong lto also run into some trouble

  4. ew thief 5 months ago

    Morning all well done winners yesterday
    Mo emmad Ali 2.30b 14/1
    Alejandro 3.30b 12/1
    Tai sing yeh 4.40s 11/1
    Gold stone 5.00b 10/1
    Barton mills 8.30k 12/1
    Famous dynasty 9.00k 14/1
    Ew singles & ew lucky63☘️Gl all

  5. bertie 5 months ago

    We’ll done uncle Pom top tipping ! Are your selections system or form based ? Do you have Any do and don’t when it come to making your selections thanks and keep and the good work

    • uncle pom 5 months ago

      The selections are personally mine, I’ve had years of ups and downs when it comes to selections. Years of study and a love for the sport and everything the sport has to offer helps.

      I use everything I can to make a selection.

      – weight
      – form
      -trainers form
      – jockey
      – the horses action
      – look of the horse ( ears , head carriage, size, scope etc..)
      – years and years of knowledge of blood and pedigree is very important.
      – knowledge of tracks and how it effect horses, something as simple as salt air at Brighton for instances can effect some horses.
      And many other things.

      I use a point system for my own personal use. I only every back my selections.

      Above all, never bet more than you can afford.

      • markf 5 months ago

        Pom ur work effort and knowledge is greatly appreciated

        • uncle pom 5 months ago

          Thanks, as I did happy to help and be a part of the community on here.

          Wish I had a job in horses racing or could spend more time studying them etc, but sadly have a 9-5 job like most. Still horse racing is a passionate part of my life so happy to help with anything I can .

  6. azzthewigan 5 months ago

    american history 1.50 noble lineage 2.30. mister fizz 2.50. corazon espinado 3.10. Singles well done winners

  7. bertie 5 months ago

    Hi uncle Pom thanks very much for your detailed reply very informative thanks for taking the time to do that keep up the great work it’s very much appreciated

  8. bertie 5 months ago

    One last question uncle Pom if a horse had only ever run on a flat track and today it’s stiff uphill is there anyway of knowing if the horse will act on the stamina track ? Thanks

    • uncle pom 5 months ago

      Hard question to ask, a lot would depend on.

      – his previous run ( style, knee movement, dominant foot)
      – pedigree, stamina in family, has the trainer had horses with similar blood , tried in the same way.
      – home bred horse or bought in.
      – where is he trained, knowing the gallops avalible to that horse.
      – trainers local track

      There are a lot more factors to take into consideration unless you can watch his work outs etc ..

  9. 5 months ago

    Uncel pom your not danc who used to post on here are you by any chance? There are an awful lot of similarities like keeping points in depth horse racing knowledge and top top quality tipping most of all and also a really nice guy.

    • uncle pom 5 months ago

      No, I think mr fix it can see my personal detail and can back that up if your that worried?

      Just a nice guy leaving my tips, great community on here and proud to be a part of it.

      • 5 months ago

        I wasnt worried it would have been a bonus if you were him no need for mr fixit to confirm anything i trust your word, keep up the good work sir.

        • 5 months ago

          danc was probly the best tipster i have personally seen on here that guy was top notch its a shame he no longer contributes. uncle pom your holding this thread together we all appreciate your work on here

    • Mr Fixit 5 months ago

      He ain’t danc.

  10. bertie 5 months ago

    Uncle Pom thanks for your reply most helpful thanks for sharing your knowledge

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