Ffos Las (32 / QP/PP: 32 / TJP: 47) Zaterdag 31 Januari

Ffos Las (32 / QP/PP: 32 / TJP: 47) Zaterdag 31 Januari 2015
1e Koers 13:55uur - 3218 m
4e Koers 15:40uur - 5631 m
Wedmarkt: 9/4 Souriyan, 3/1 Got The Nac, 9/2 Curious Carlos, 6/1
Glenwood Star, 13/2 Filatore, 7/1 Arantes, 40/1 Herr Larry Hewis, 66/1
Y O Me, 100/1 Night's Watch
Wedmarkt: 5/1 Firebird Flyer, 11/2 Global Power, 11/2 Bob Ford, 11/2
Smiles For Miles, 7/1 Edmund Kean, 8/1 Gorgehous Lliege, 9/1 Ziga
Boy, 11/1 Tarraco, 11/1 Loch Ba, 12/1 King Massini
Racingpost: Got The Nac was highly tried last time and should find this
much easier but SOURIYAN may be able to take advantage of his 4yo
age allowance and follow up his Exeter win. Filatore is more exposed
than those two rivals and now 0-10 over hurdles but he went close in
this race last year and would have a competitive shout if back to that
form.[Steve Boow]
Racingpost: The step up to 3m4f on testing ground will be a
completely new test for Smiles For Miles and Ziga Boy but they look
worth the attempt and as progressive sorts they should play a big role if
seeing it out. Of those already proven under today's conditions,
GLOBAL POWER may be the answer having looked in need of a return
to further when runner-up in two 3m2f contests this term. Last year's
runner-up Firebird Flyer should go well again, Loch Ba remains fairly
treated despite a rise in the weights for his Wincanton win and
Gorgehous Lliege is still unexposed at this sort of distance.[Steve
Postdata: Souriyan
Spotlight: Souriyan
RP Ratings: Souriyan
Selecties GBI: 1 Got The Nac - 3 Filatore - 7 Souriyan - 2 Curious
2e Koers 14:30uur - 3921 m
Wedmarkt: 4/1 Rouge Et Blanc, 5/1 Village Vic, 5/1 Timesawastin, 6/1
Foxbridge, 7/1 Key To The West, 15/2 O Maonlai, 8/1 As De Fer, 10/1
Lac Sacre, 20/1 Bunclody
Racingpost: No shortage of horses who like to lead. Village Vic is the
most interesting of them off a favourable mark on his hurdle form but he
raced freely on his recent chase debut and that won't be ideal under
these conditions, especially with competition for the early lead. Lac
Sacre is tempting on his 2m form but he does have stamina to prove at
this trip and Rouge Et Blanc looks a more solid option with the race
likely to be run to suit. FOXBRIDGE has a bit to find with some of these
more experienced rivals but he improved from his chase debut to win
here last time and there's a good chance he can do better again. Key
To The West is also in the picture.[Emily Weber]
Postdata: Rouge Et Blanc
Spotlight: Foxbridge
RP Ratings: Rouge Et Blanc
Topspeed: Rouge Et Blanc
Selecties GBI: 9 Foxbridge - 3 Village Vic - 5 Timesawastin - 7 Lac
3e Koers 15:05uur - 4022 m
Wedmarkt: 7/1 Little Boy Boru, 8/1 Oscar Sunset, 8/1
Foryourinformation, 9/1 A Doll In Milan, 9/1 Virtuel D'Oudon, 9/1 Taj
Badalandabad, 10/1 Silsol, 10/1 Radmores Revenge, 11/1 William's
Wishes, 12/1 One Term, 12/1 Awaywiththegreys, 12/1 Puffin Billy, 12/1
Kayf Moss, 14/1 Hidden Identity
Racingpost: The last two runnings of this contest have thrown up the
winners of the Coral Cup and this is a race to watch closely with that
Cheltenham Festival handicap in mind. Several progressive/unexposed
types line up, with FORYOURINFORMATION (nap) particularly
appealing given that he's 2-2 at Ffos Las and all of his form looks solid.
Second choice is the lightly raced Oscar Sunset, ahead of Taj
Badalandabad whom Tom Scudamore seems to prefer instead of
stablemate Virtuel D'Oudon. It will be interesting to see how A Doll In
Milan, who has looked promising against her own sex, gets on against
male opposition for the first time. Top weight Silsol was disappointing
last time out but had been progressing well and could bounce
back.[Steve Boow]
Postdata: Puffin Billy
Spotlight: Foryourinformation
RP Ratings: Puffin Billy
Topspeed: Oscar Sunset
Selecties GBI: 1 Silsol - 14 Taj Badalandabad - 12 Little Boy Boru - 6
Oscar Sunset
Postdata: Firebird Flyer
Spotlight: Global Power
RP Ratings: Firebird Flyer
Topspeed: Gorgehous Lliege
Selecties GBI: 3 Smiles For Miles - 1 Firebird Flyer - 7 Global Power 10 Gorgehous Lliege
5e Koers 16:10uur - 3218 m
Wedmarkt: 7/2 Heath Hunter, 9/2 Kudu Country, 5/1 Cyclop, 13/2 War
Singer, 7/1 Albert Bridge, 15/2 The Green Ogre, 9/1 Accordingtopalm,
10/1 Mr Fitzroy, 16/1 Yes Daddy
Racingpost: The drop in class is a big plus for Heath Hunter, as is the
return to 2m, but it was still a little off-putting that he went out like a light
in first-time blinkers at Kempton recently. He deserves another chance
at this realistic level but CYCLOP has been improving of late and his
proven stamina can stand him in good stead under what are likely to be
very difficult conditions. They may not be ideal for Kudu Country,
making his debut for a new yard, but Mr Fitzroy can improve on his
Lingfield win now back at 2m and he can also be involved.[Emily
Postdata: War Singer
Spotlight: Cyclop
RP Ratings: Kudu Country
Topspeed: Cyclop
Selecties GBI: 5 The Green Ogre - 3 Heath Hunter - 1 War Singer - 4
Kudu Country
6e Koers 16:45uur - 4424 m
Wedmarkt: 4/1 Anda De Grissay, 9/2 Chantara Rose, 9/2 Princess
Tara, 9/2 Wild Rover, 9/2 Hughesie, 8/1 Horsehill, 8/1 Blown Cover
Racingpost: HUGHESIE has the strongest form in the field and
although he's moving up five furlongs in trip, there is a reasonable
chance he will stay. Princess Tara looks the main danger with Blown
Cover a potential improver. Horsehill needs to step up on his Ludlow
efforts and Wild Rover needs to brush up his jumping having made
errors on his hurdling debut last time. The two Anthony Honeyball
mares had a solid record in bumpers but lack the hurdling experience of
their rivals.[Steve Boow]
Postdata: Wild Rover
Spotlight: Hughesie
RP Ratings: Hughesie
Selecties GBI: 7 Princess Tara - 3 Hughesie - 4 Wild Rover - 6
Chantara Rose
Toteplacepot voorbeeldticket
Race 1 1 Got The Nac - 3 Filatore
Race 2 9 Foxbridge - 3 Village Vic
Race 3 1 Silsol - 14 Taj Badalandabad
Race 4 3 Smiles For Miles - 1 Firebird Flyer
Race 5 5 The Green Ogre - 3 Heath Hunter
Race 6 7 Princess Tara - 3 Hughesie
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