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Month: July 2018

John Smith’s Cup: Kynren Worth Chancing On The Knavesmire

John Smith’s Cup: Kynren Worth Chancing On The Knavesmire

The big handicaps keep coming and this week we’re looking at the ultra-competitive John Smith’s Cup at York. The market has changed a little since the defection of Afaak, one who may well have been the tip and who will surely come again, but we’re left with a high class field and a mix of youth and experience as well as mile horses stepping up to challenge some established middle-distance types. We’re left with a big field to go through,…

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Old Newton Cup: Atty Holds The Persse Strings At Haydock

Old Newton Cup: Atty Holds The Persse Strings At Haydock

Another Saturday, another very tough handicap but increasingly over the years these trainers are defying big weights, long absences and injury setbacks to score with horses you would have avoided like the plague ten years ago. Another such runner goes in the Old Newton Cup in the shape of Godolphin’s Atty Persse, here’s how he figures in our shortlist: Atty Persse A similar gamble to Roger Charlton’s Withhold is taking place and with that one safely in the bag following…

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