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Stepped back in trip, we indicated SOUND INVESTMENT would prove to be just that when we made him a BEST BET on Saturday and he justified the subsequent gamble on him, winning at 7/2 having been available at 6/1 early. We followed that up with O MAONLAI w7/1 from the Tom George yard who was very much in the last chance saloon for us but he finally showed what he does at home on the track to complete a 35/1 NEWBURY DOUBLE!
Though slightly disappointing so far this term, the Phillip Hobbs camp's view is that VILLAGE VIC w5/4 is potentially a very good chaser and, stepped back in trip, he had too much in the tank for his opponents at Newbury on Friday, justifying his BEST BET status and landing some decent wagers in the process.
We have been with SAFETY CHECK every step of the way as he has climbed the ranks from an Ascot handicap last September to completing his hat-trick in a Group Two race at Meydan on Thursday. The opposition was stiffer than he had faced before but our people were convinced he could do it again and he came out on top at odds of 6/4. That's now 9 SUCCESSFUL BETS at Meydan this year!
The Mark Gillard-trained DON'T CALL ME OSCAR has been on a roll recently and he completed a hat-trick at Wincanton on Thursday at the very rewarding odds of 5/2. Due to an earlier defeat by the top-weight Sadma, we suggested he would go off at a backable price despite his good form and even indicated that runner-up Back On Tow would provide his sternest opposition. Earlier in the day, ALLEZ ENCORE w11/10 - from the in-form Kim Bailey yard - appreciated the testing conditions at Bangor to score a comfortable success in the opener.
We don't oppose Tom George's horses lightly but the message we received for VIVACISSIMO w9/2 clearly indicated a big run was on the cards and he duly obliged at Leicester on Tuesday.
Last Sunday, we indicated that the bottomless ground at Fontwell would suit him and LEO LUNA w5/4 duly trounced the odds-on favourite from the Nicholls' yard, winning by 15 lengths. But there was an even bigger shock later on the card when the progressive KILCOOLEY w3/1 bounced back from a disappointing run last time - when the stable was out of form - to beat 4/9 hot-shot Silsol.
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