Talking Horses Sunday July 25th 2021

Two winning naps for the Hitlist yesterday – Mickle napped Soul Seeker advised at 13/2 and the Blog’s nap was Guru, a 7/2 winner. Nice one Mickle; good to see you back in form.

Plenty TV racing today but the Blog goes to Uttoxeter to nap Butte Montana in the 2.15 at 11/4.

Please leave your nap/tips via the comments section and register the winners in the July Winners thread.

Those interested in ownership of a share in a horse managed by the Talking Horses Syndicate should read the latest news from Dirty Northerner in the syndicate thread.

Any thread can be found using the search box at top right of this page.

Good luck

Joe

24 comments

  1. Musselburgh 5.45 Rising Star (13/8 available tonight, could be less by Sunday). Not a nap but feel tomorrow could be Regal Mirage’s day – finally.

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  2. Comment btl over at Talking Horses
    “Adayar looked like a machine.

    Like watching Ben Johnson in 1988.”
    Bit of an unfortunate analogy given the history of connections.

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  3. Adayar looks like a machine?Em.. Appleby was assistant trainer to ..
    No excuses from the Ballydoyle Hardcore fraternity today.
    I think Love, Broome and Armory all have their glass ceilings.
    I suppose I have to hope Snowfall will prove the Arc Horse but sometimes I wonder

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      1. Had a bit e/w with the extra place (5 places with 365) at 8’s (think it was 9’s or 17/2 for 4 places).

        Well done RobJ.

        It had a bad draw but got out early and got over, got in front and stayed there.

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        1. Had to say I had a bit of a panic when the itv feed went down! By the time I got my phone out and logged into one of my betting accounts to watch it, the race was over!

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      2. Good job Robj, I backed your nap ew and then fortunately didn’t back my own one. I thought the price too short.

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  4. The dart today is Knotty Ash in first at Uttoxeter. Its short enough at minute but may come out. With friends I own a very small share in this one and it was very good on debut. Skeltons would like Rain so let’s hope they get some.

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  5. 515M Wiggy is off his beaten track, with runners here, and Deputise has a quick five, which suited on debut, so will offer some value

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  6. It’s a long way from Lambourn to Musselburgh for just one ride: Saffie goes there for Noble Crusade in the 4.20, her 4th ride for K Dalgleish (other three at English tracks on longish priced horses). Skybet offer money back as cash if 2nd or 3rd.

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  7. On a quiet Sunday, seek out the less obvious.. so Vouvray carries the nap in the second at Uttoxeter. Won his point on decent ground and hopefully gets some today if the rain stays away.

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  8. Firstly, thanks for the comments on the Syndicate thread. I’ll let them build up and then make a summary. As for today the NAP is Rouget’s ANTOYLA at La Teste du Buch. On these shores RISING STAR Musselburgh 5.45 and BRUNCH Ponty 4.10 are in a multiple with SKALLETI in Munich 1.20.

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  9. I don’t claim to have the expertise demonstrated by contributors so frequently on this blog over the past couple of weeks. However, I will nap OUTBACK BOY (11/4) to beat Carrigillihy in the 2:30 at Ponty. It is between these two and OB, who is a pound better off today, was demoted to second in their last encounter at Ripon three weeks ago.

    One could probably make more silly bets than putting all (or at least the first four) of Buick’s rides into a multiple today.

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  10. After yesterday’s non-runner as against non-performer, my nap for today is HINT OF STARS in the 18:40 at Musselburgh. I notice De Sousa has just the one ride there (17:45) today.

    for those of who remember Evening Sun racing in the UK you may wish to view the following video from his race at Del Mar yesterday.

    Fairly obviously Exultation was not first past the post.

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  11. Taking a chance/dart with Euro Implosion 6.40 Muss….11/1 or so…

    Well done to yesterday’s winning tippers, some real consistency there.

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