SATURDAY 10TH JULYFree Horse Racing TIps
We nicked a place yesterday on the free tips for those who went to William Hill and Sky Bet for 5 places. Primo Bacio found traffic problems before staying on late. She is one to keep an eye on as she travelled supremely well throughout.
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*PRICES CORRECT AT THE TIME OF SENDING LAST NIGHT*
FUNDAMENTAL 7/1 generally – 1 POINT E/W (6 place Will Hill and Sky Bet)
SYMBOLIZE 12/1 generally – 0.5 POINTS E/W (6 place Will Hill and Sky Bet)
FUNDAMENTAL was 5th in a group 3 at Royal Ascot last time out and on that form alone he has to have a chance here. A winner on his 1st start of the season and since then he has run in two group 3s and a listed race and has not run a bad race. His form from his last race at Ascot looks very hot and he should keep improving which means he should be thereabouts.
SYMBOLIZE is a horse who prefers better ground which he should get here. He is now down to a mark of 100 and I have always thought he was better than handicap company given the right conditions. He has run well in group company throughout his career and with the strong booking of Oisin Murphy he should run a big race. E/W.
DRAGON SYMBOL 5/1 with William Hill and Bet 365 – 1 POINT WIN
SUPREMACY 16/1 generally – 0.5 POINTS E/W (5 places, 1/5 odds)
DRAGON SYMBOL was first past the post at Royal Ascot in ground I thought was against him. He was demoted to 2nd but even so it was a top effort with the 1st and 2nd pulling well clear of 3rd. He is a very honest horse and a horse who is just getting better and better and I expect him to improve further here. He gets a 3 year old weight allowance and the return to better ground will bring our further improvement. I think he could be the new kid on the block and has to be involved on what we saw at Royal Ascot. WIN.
SUPREMACY is the forgotten horse. Clive Cox has said this horse is the best he has ever trained which is some statement. He flopped on his first start of the season and has not been seen since but the ground has been against him. Last season as a 2 year old he was the winner of the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes beating Lucky Vega who has boosted the form further this season. We have to put a line through his run on his first start of the season but at the huge price, I can easily forgive him. I would not be surprised to see him go close here and back up the words of his trainer Clive Cox. E/W.