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Thurles Ratings for Saturday, 21/03/20

THURLES 2-40 - 2m6½f  (2m6f89y) BetVictor Handicap Hurdle  (4yo+ 80-95)

* - SPORTY YANKEE....+8
* - DUHALLOW PADDY (BF)....-19
MY NEWBROOK ROSE....-40
GOULANE JESSIE (BF)....-40
HIDE OUT....-40
H - FOURINA....-40
OUR MAJELLA....-40
STELLAR STOW....-40
MEMORY OF YOUTH....-40
SHATELLE....-40
BALLEA FOX....-40
JOHNNY LITTLE LEGS....-40
H - COUSIN PASCAL....-40
(OMM) - NEED FOR GOLD....-40
RAILWAY TOMMY....-40
I WILL WALK....-40

NOTES:

THURLES 3-40 - 2m4½f  (2m4f91y) Duggan Veterinary Handicap Chase  (5yo+)

* - KAVANAGHS CORNER....+12
* - TRUMPS ACE....+10
* - CRAZYHEART....+8
* - SESKIN FLYER....-5
* - BRIDGE NATIVE....-16
* - UNE LAVANDIERE....-18
* - SONNY B....-28
WESTERN SEA....-28
* - POUND A STROKE....-30
PERSIAN WIND....-40
WISHMOOR (BF)....-40
WELL JOEY....-40
H - AT YOUR EASE....-40
HASH BROWN....-40
GOODNIGHTNGODBLESS....-40
(OMM) - WRONG DIRECTION....-40

NOTES:

Good luck with the Irish Racing Ron, always tricky to find winners over there in my opinion. Although not in your top three for the 2.40 I will be having a wager on Hide Out at 14/1. Signs of ability on more than one occasion and ran a fair race on handicap debut when keeping on as though this trip could suit.

Other fancies for anyone interested:

1.40 - Ruinous

2.10 - Jetz

3.10 - Emily Moon

3.40 - Bridge Native

4.10 - Myth Buster

4.40 - Vartry Avenue

 

GL anyway

Ken

 

Good luck to anybody having a go at the Irish racing. Ron doesn't give figures out for all weather in Britain and avoids meetings where there is dubious form to go on (Hereford, Ffos Las, etc). So i do not want to use figures from Dundalk, Thurles etc unless Ron has been compiling figures from these tracks over the years.  The overnight market movers could well be a route in. I am somebody who doesn't have to have a bet and certainly don't bet for the fun of it. They don't give you your money bet if you lose on these so called fun bets.

My advice is to see what happens with the market movers in the next few days ( if it carries on that long) and make a decision then. If Ron thinks the markets are a good guide i will then have a bet but not a fun one.

 

 

It would be five years, minimum, before I'd rubber stamp work for Irish racing, Ian. I've never recorded data for those tracks, the majority of the jockeys and trainers are a complete mystery to me, the track configurations unknown, draw bias, etc etc etc etc....

What I'm producing is totally, 100%, for fun betting only.

Having said that....20/1 and 10/1 winners in my top three rated, in the first two days?

The gist of what I do will always be the same but it's simply going to be us seeing if the criteria I use for UK racing can be applied and it really would be a long time in the stat compiling before I'd give it a thumbs up.

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