So – last night. The golden boy at HOVE was Ryan Conneely with a £50 @ 5-2 on Freeky Cougar for a net profit of £75. Seamus Cahill tipped one winner from three, but with only £25 riding on Havana leading to a loss of £17.75 on the night. As for Peter Walker, he has left the tent and was last seen carrying a revolver. . .
There is an interesting twist on all this – courtesy of old Darrell ‘Golden Voice’ Williams who – clearly hoping to stir up friction in the Cahill household, Tweeted, ‘should have asked Teresa!’. Seems a fair point if Herself fancies a challenge next Saturday. . . .
Meanwhile at SHEFIELD, Carl Perry will be feeling like the guy who lost Timex and found a Rolex. After warning punters that his biggest danger to his fancy Geelo Davey was kennelmate Coney Kokekan, his fear/hope came true when the September ’18 debutant clocked 15.93 on debut. As for his other selection – let’s not talk about it.
Nick Taylor talked up a difficult card and would have been relieved at an even £50 on Kokekan’s litter brother Coney Vanbuuren – for a break even night. Conor Wrigglesworth – no comment.
After a very moderate two weeks, Tony Collett will be attempting to prove that he deserves to be in the same league as Spencer Mavrias (one winning week, and one with two beaten in photo finishes).
Is it relevant that Tony had his tips pre-prepared?
Mark Fenwick’s school report reads ‘could do better’
Kaenan (R1 T5) He has been sprinting since lockdown but he is really a four bend dog. In fact, if this was a 480, he would be odds-on. £50 win.
Ballyoak Wilma (R6 T1) I have two in here and they both have decent chances but the draw really suits Wilma. She has electric early and can hopefully hold on. £50 win