A much better effort from the Wednesday night selectors.

At SUNDERLAND, Sam Linley flopped, Krista McNicholas had a winner and two seconds from three runners, but made a £10 loss on the night but Chris Leeson weighed in with a £150 profit from one winning selection.

Two of the Yarmouth tipsters went into the meeting in the black. Lee Calcutt had dipped on his first attempt but bounced back with £30 @ 13-8f on Swift Edition and £70 @ 8-11 on Swift Impeach for a net profit of £99.66. Nigel Tanner was even more bullish on Swift Edition with £100 @ 13-8 for a net profit of £162.50. Liam Aspin went all in on Headford Olly who was beaten a head in a photo finish. Zilch.

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With Ian Walton having graded tonight’s card e has absented himself from tonight’s challenge. (Not a good omen, he graded the last meeting too and the three tipsters couldn’t find a winner between them). Taking his place is regular commentator and tipster Mark Cranston.

The form:

The views:

Jimmy Fenwick:

Wayabovetherest (R3 T3) Think with a clear run around first two bends can finish best to win this. I’m going all in £100 win

Brian Usher:

For the nap this evening I have gone for Ascot Danny (R7 T3) He is running well , can turn handy and prove too strong £50 win
I have also taken Business Charm (R9 T3) she is showing great early pace and is taken to make all. £30 win
I quite like the make up for Jumeirah Sprite (R6 T4) he has been running really well and think if trapping in good style could turn handy and prove to strong in the closing stages £20 win.

Mark Cranston: Long Mile (R3 T4)Savva Roberts’ recruit from Ireland ran an stormer in his graded debut last week and can go one better here. He couldn’t live with Swift Buckaroo last week and he has been helped by a slow starter on his inside. He moved left at the start last time too so Trap 4 will be a much better box and he can get off the mark at the second time of asking.£100 win


Liam Aspin writes: “A debutant this week in Louise Barnard, hoping to do a lot better than her sister Megan (shouldn’t be difficult!). I must also thank Nigel Tanner who is doing two nights in a row. He’s in red hot form at the moment and if you’re following him, you’re on a winner! “

The form:

The views:

Liam Aspin

Once again I’ve gone for just the 1 selection tonight. Elite Force (R11 T4) got a rough ride last week for Kevin Cobbold, but a 28.85 trial after lockdown proves he’s in good heart. He’s gone a lot quicker in the past and in this A5 event I think he looks well in to lead up the middle and make every post a winning one!  £100 win

Louise Barnard

Louise starts her evening off in the first race with another of the Kevin Cobbold team, Tullig Pearl (R1 T4). She only just got picked up last week and should strip fitter for that. If she shows her customary early dash she may get off the front and not see another rival. £40 win

Getting her fate sealed swiftly this evening, Louise went with her next pick in race 2, Quiet Man (R2 T4)for Erica Samuels. The 28.00 on his card stands out like a sore thumb, and if replicating anything like that sort of run he’s sure to be the winner. £30 win.

For Louise’ final pick of the evening she’s gone for Boherdota Jet (R4 T2) for Linda Brown. This bitch was unlucky last week when looking she was coming for a run. If she’s learnt from that debut experience she’s a serious player.  £30 win

Nigel Tanner

Nigel is following his successful Wednesday evening up with just one selection. He agrees that Quiet Man (R2 T4) stands out on the card tonight and has put ‘all his eggs in one basket’. Nigel said, “He was fancied in an A1 last week and now he’s been downgraded. It stands out a mile. It’s the only dog I fancy on the card.”  £100 win