- Bookies running scared – with fromthehorsesmouth.tips 9 horse 716,454 winning accumulator!
By Andrew Atkinson racing correspondent fromthehorsesmouth.tips
NEWBURY bookies were running scared on Saturday – following fromthehorsesmouth.tips selecting FOUR winners – and two each way placed selections – at the seven racecard meeting.
Cherokee (8-13), Maid In India (12-1) backed down from 33-1, 48 hours before the race, trained by Eric Alston and ridden by Jamie Spencer; Desert Encounter (9-4) and Raaeq (6-4), returned a 170-1 four horse winning accumulator fromthehorsesmouth.tips selections.
Great Example (10-1) and Quarry Beach (13-2) were fromthehorsesmouth.tips each-way selections, placed at Newbury.
At Newmarket Nazeef (6-4) and at Wolverhampton, Redemptive (12-1) fromthehorsesmouth.tips selections, returned to the winner’s enclosure.
Bollin Joan (15-2) was a winning fromthehorsesmouth.tips selection at Catterick; with War Glory (3-1) and Junior Rip (5-1) obliging fromthehorsesmouth.tips selections at Chelmsford.
The 9-horse fromthehorsesmouth.tips winning accumulator selections returned odds of 716,454-1.
A plethora of fromthehorsesmouth.tips each-way selections also rolled in. At Newbury, Impressor (10-1) and Quarry Bank (13-2) were placed.
At Ayr, Yoshimi (8-1) was unlucky, when beaten into second place in a photo finish; Gulliver (8-1) ran third in the Gold Cup; and Nicholas T (15-2) also went down in a photo finish.
At Catterick, fromthehorsesmouth.tips each-way selections Trouble And Strife (4-1) and Suitcase ‘N’ Taxi (8-1), were placed; with Senorita Grande (7-2) going down by a short head at Chelmsford.
Angel Alexander (28-1) landed the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup, with fromthehorsesmouth.tips selection Gulliver (backed down from 33-1) to finish third, in the 25 runners field, at 8-1.
Angel Alexander, trained by Tom Dascombe, landed the winner’s purse – but he failed to arrive at the course, due to train travel problems.
Angel Alexander beat Growl (28-1) by half a length, with Gulliver (8-1) third and stablemate, Summerghand (11-1) fourth. Buffer Zone was a disappointing favourite.
“I was disappointed I couldn’t get there – because the train was delayed,” rued Dascombe.
“It didn’t change the result and Richard (Kingscote) gave it an amazing ride – the horse is very genuine – it’s like a fairytale,” said Dascombe.
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