Pearl can win with Panama in Musselburgh

Pearl is a newcomer, and a dangerous one too

Return Eternal Pearl @ 10/3 at 3:00 p.m. at Ascot

Hi Ho Silver drifted nearly three times its morning price to reach a BSP of 22.0 and finished third yesterday as the only highlight. He didn’t quite ride the gold chariot, but the bronze one was a small compensation. There is some quality to look forward to at Ascot on Wednesday, but the punting looks tricky as a few of the horses I like want milder conditions. Quickthorn being one of the Sagaro.

The Fillies’ Conditions have four winners, but the foursome have to concede a penalty to newcomer Charlie Appleby’s Godolphin, and that’s never an ideal scenario for opponents in the blue machine.

Both Kings Joy and Mukaddamah won the all-weather race, but the former’s victory was a success at a steady pace and the weather was poor, while Mukaddamah’s race was not strong. The time figure for the filly Queenlet of William Haggas from last time was also low.

So, one by one, I’ve crossed off the Star From Afarhh main player bar, and all roads lead to Appleby and his current strike rate of 48%.

Eternal Pearl will seduce a few with its eye-popping price of 700,000 guineas, but it’s a Frankel, and the yard has really tapped into training those potential hotheads of the great stallion. She’s wearing a hood to probably keep her calm, and I’d rather support her than the two mentioned which are shorter.

Panama won’t need to be a world champion to win in Scotland

Return Panama City @ Evens in the 18:50 to Musselburgh

Picking a bet at Musselburgh wasn’t particularly easy with the task of scanning the map, as there are a few too many class 6 handicaps for my liking.

The 18:50 Novice is a threadbare race, and while the 2.01/1 the price is the shortest I have put up in a while, I would have panama city closer 1.84/5 against three other rivals.

One of them is Hollis Brown, who according to Racing Post Top Speed ​​turned in a marvelous number one last time. You read correctly; a.

Code Purple might be better on soft ground, and Fleetwood Pier has to concede 9 pounds for selection, so if Panama City can’t wait for that, I’d be somewhat surprised.

He ran in an 0-95 last time behind the progressive Pocket the profit – a horse that liked the soft conditions that day and then finished fourth in a 2 0-100 class. If a few of them ran in this case, they would be doubled.

Panama City are expected to see the extra furlong judged on some of their old form in France, and having secured that first run under the belt for Tim Easterby, they wouldn’t have to improve to win that, although plenty of Easterby need their first race of the season.

You can read my previews this week for the Guineas reunion this weekend

April Single Bet Winners

Hi Ho Silver 9/1 Placed
Emily Dickinson 11/8 Won
Moonlight Warrior 11/4 earned
Murbih 9/1 placed
Wanees 5/1 Won
They don’t know 15/2 Placed
Bay Breeze 8/1 Won
Quiet night 7/2 won
Fate is All 15/8 Won R4
Blacksmith 7/2 placed
Entropy 11/1 placed
Star Of Lady M 17/2 Won
Boardman 20/1 placed
Drombeg Banner 6/1 won
Magic mist placed 9/2

March Single Bet Winners:

Dream life 13/8 won
Happy Mistress 13/8 Won
Ruby Island 5/2 Won
Bandinelli 11/8 won
Skontonovsky 10/1 Won
Very Excellent 9/1 Won
Banbridge 12/1 Won
Love Sending 10/1 Won
Lady Alavesa placed 16/1
Merry Secret placed 5/1
Tyche placed 8/1
Gin Coco 9/4 Won
Faithful Epsom 10/3 earned
We were all caught 7/2 Won
Red showgirl placed 9/1