Sunday, July 27, 2008

recent success stories confidence boosters

super woman diffident double missed
alejandros shp poll missed at 13 to one
distinctly ahead
super yacht uniform betting missed at 12 to one
place bet at 7 to one missed
reflection of gold missed how it won last time?
celistial treasure
covenant new point
secret pilgrim piont missed
mountain bear
fair tactics

highland con
angels glory
appertain shock
trafalgar square

able assosiate
power punch
western command
star speed

Thursday, July 24, 2008

process of elimination

1.forget old and small trainers odds on favrites.
uniform betting needed,avoid betting at 65 paisa...avoid 60 plus race card ..dont miss how it won last time??? better to watch late comer first timers of 3 olds.
watch name changes????
2.forget 61 kgs weight betting
3.when odds on forget betting second fav.
4.first run a close 4 th runaway win appu at pune. fav can be given a chance again cairndhu
6.mosly ring decides winners.cairndhu
7.placerville breed beats youngsters too. obsorb shoks like hidalgo take advatage at good favrites 3 firmfav won at pune easily.
10.rapsidion snow new point.
11.latest in form thunders roar at 15 to one
12 win win choices to bet
13.avoid others confusions rama chandra goli,masthan reddy. owners doubles
15.concentrate on place betting. connections in the country .m nareedu c alford pakash suraj

17.latest spurt like chimerique beating class one anaimal.
18.where it was favrite??
19.jockie touch kiara
20.lestor krishnan. assosiate secon win at good odds.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

confidence boosters

1.war child sec win presntation
3.pierce arrow.
4.succsessor win
5.bourbon king win at top weight
6.own voice win.
7.sontage etoile
8.oasis star sec win
10.mark of gibraltar first win.
11.echos of light
12.malvado-cherenzio shroff win.
13.pastiche win
14.chaitanya chakram debut win

Monday, July 7, 2008

kolkata new race season

With the Monsoon Racing Season of 2008 scheduled to kick off on Thursday, July 10, the Stewards of RCTC have left no stone unturned in their quest for a trouble-free, lucrative season spanning three months and 21 racedays.This, in effect, is likely to attract a quite a few big names among trainers to this centre. It's in the air that the likes of Pesi Shroff and Darius Byramji may be seen stationing themselves here for a lengthy period of time.Anyway, first things first. RCTC already has 330 horses stationed in the city and are expecting about 100 more in the months to follow. Trainer Anupam Sharma from Delhi has been granted a B licence, while Jasbir Singh is making his debut as a trainer with an A licence. A total of 15 'A' Licensed and 8 'B' Licensed trainers will take part in 152 races through the season. The Stake money has been doubled in relation to that of the Monsoon Season of 2007. For the 152 races that are proposed to be run during the season the advertised stake money is over Rs 4 crore (Rs.4,27,20,000). Cups and Trophies, valued at Rs.5,63,000 will be presented to some of the winning owners this season. Three Sweepstakes races have been added this season, which brings the total number of such races to 20. The Monsoon Cup, a handicap race for horses in the highest class has been upgraded to a terms race for 4 year olds and over. Rs 5 Lakh is added to each of the new sweepstakes races, namely, The Calcutta Juvenile Sprint (1100 m Terms), The Calcutta Monsoon Sprint (1200 m) and The Stewards Cup (1400 m). The Calcutta Fillies Trial Stakes, The Calcutta Colts Trial Stakes and The Monsoon Cup will each have added money of Rs 10 lakh. The Calcutta Monsoon Derby, to be run on Sunday October 5, 2008, will have added money of Rs 15 lakh. Some of the special racedays are: August 16, 2008 – Independence Cup and Calcutta Juvenile Sprint; September 13, 2008 – Calcutta Fillies Trial Stakes; September 17, 2008 – Calcutta Monsoon Sprint; September 20, 2008 – Calcutta Colts Trial Stakes; October 5, 2008 – Stewards Cup and Calcutta Monsoon Derby; and October 15, 2008 – Monsoon Cup. The RCTC Tipsters' Tally Contest will carry a winner's purse worth Rs 20,000, Rs 10,000 for the runner-up and Rs 5,000 for the third place. The RCTC Tipsters' Cup contest will have prizes worth Rs 10,000, Rs 7,500 for the runner-up and Rs 5,000 the third place. Apart from the two big guns, Daniel David and Vijay Singh, some of the trainers to watch out for during the season are Arti Doctor with a string of 11 horses, Deepak Karki with the same number, Javed Khan with a total of 41 horses (which include 8 two-year-olds), Shafiq Khan with a stable strength of 21, Patrick Quinn with 28 horses, Richard Alford with 14 horses, John Stephens with a string of 20 and Robin Corner with 5 youngsters and 21 older horses under his wing. Daniel and Vijay both have well-filled yards with 75 horses each, which consist of 30 two-year-olds apiece.

great stallions

A rare grey stallion, Sovereign Silver completed the Poonawalla trilogy. Sired by Sovereign Path out of Silver Talisman, Sovereign Silver was retired to stud at the optimum age of five years. He was an Irish stallion who won five races in Ireland and France. From his first nine crops, he had 118 starters and 98 winners.
Sovereign Silver is strongly influenced by the powerful Nasrullah line as his grand sire Grey Sovereign was by the latter out of Kong. His sire Sovereign Path won eight races including the Queen Elizabeth Stakes. His dam Silver Talisman was a half-sister to Lost Cove – a winner of seven races.
Sovereign Silver produced a host of classic winners. The sire's influence on the Calcutta track has been considerable. Romantic Dancer picked up nine races at Calcutta including the Derby and the St Leger.
Azhar too enjoyed significant success at Calcutta as he went on to bag the Derby at 5/1 from the one-paced second favourite Ardiles. It was a controversial Calcutta Derby in the year 1987 as the on-money public choice Relevance was not handled to her potential in the race and she finished a poor fourth. She, however, had the consolation of winning the St. Leger in a close finish from Splash.
It would be relevant to note that both Romantic Dancer and Azhar had very strong dam lines. While the former was out of the successful filly Cartier (a Malvado progeny), the latter was out of Aureole Queen (a Grey Gaston progeny).
Then there was Silver, for whom the longer the trip the better. Silver won the Calcutta St. Leger after finishing third in the Calcutta Derby. Finally, The Advisor, also by Sovereign Silver, won five races including the Queen Elizabeth Cup.
Sovereign Silver's influence on the west coast was no less. Corviglia won the Indian 1000 Guineas while Pavielle pocketed the prestigious C.N. Wadia Gold Cup. The prolific Aristotle and the filly Silver Fire won seven races apiece. The former's prize triumph was in the Eve Champion Trophy while the latter bagged the Fillies and Mares Stakes.
This was the sixth of our 'Magnificent Seven' stallion. Last but not the least, we shall discuss the brilliance of Grey Gaston.