Archive for July 7th, 2015

Kempton Park Horse Racing Naps – 8 July 2015

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Trainers and jockeys will be drawn to Kempton Park on Wednesday evening for a schedule that will present three races with prize funds of £7,250, which is a solid offering for a relatively quiet day. Today’s racing tips have been drawn from Sky Sports.

The first race of interest on the Polytrack surface is the 19:20 Handicap, for which Rocket Punch is fancied as 9/2 favourite. This three-year-old has started its career brightly by following up a fifth-place debut with a victory in its last race.

A little later in the evening is the 20:50, which Rosenbaum is expected to win at 3/1. The Charlie Appleby-ridden three-year-old has already won three of its first nine races.

Acolyte is fancied at 11/4 for the 21:20 Handicap, having racked up two third-place finishes, two seconds, and a win in its first six races as a three-year-old.

Catterick Daily Speed Figures – 8 July 3015

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Catterick Bridge Racecourse will attract hundreds of spectators for a full card of races on Wednesday afternoon, but most eyes will be on the 16:30 Yvonne Mee Celebration handicap and the accompanying £10,000 prize fund. The going is good and the race is open to horses three years or older.

After checking out the current horse racing speed ratings free from the Racing Post, it is clear that Miss Macnamara is rated quickest at 78. However, the six-year-old has not won in its last seven races, which casts doubts for this one.

Chivers has a 71 rating, but the four year-old has also been unspectacular, having won only three from 19 in its career. High Street has been in much better form despite being assigned a speed rating of just 43. The four-year-old has four wins from 11 in its career, including two seconds and a third.

Ayr Racecourse Results – 6 July 2015

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The weather has not held up north of the border, where Scottish race-goers were forced to endure an overcast day at Ayr Racecourse. However, the going was good and there were some fascinating outcomes in the UK horse racing results yesterday in Ayr.

Candelisa proved too strong at 7/2 for 6/5 favourite Donjuan Triumphant in the 14:05 Maiden Stakes. Michael’s Missile then blew past 6/4 favourite Blue Jacket to win the 14:25 Handicap at 11/4.

Goninodaethat won next as 3/1 joint-favourite in the 15:05 Handicap, which was followed by a sterling victory for 12/1 outsider Personal Touch in the 15:35 Handicap. Elusive Gent then won the 16:05 as 11/8 favourite.

Braes Of Lochalsh won at 11/1 to claim the 16:35 Handicap at the expense of 3/1 favourite Eilean Mor. My Name Is Rio then managed to win the 17:05 Handicap as 9/4 favourite, with Jay Kay closing the afternoon by winning the 17:35 at 12/1.