Wednesday 14 August 2013

2:20 Salisbury (15th Salisbury) Free Horse Racing Tips

A Maiden Auction Stakes over 6f 212y on good ground (good to firm in places). Twelve juveniles take part, including three horses who make their debut. Henry Candy is a superb trainer and Warrendale caught the eye on debut at Newbury when fancied in the betting. This bay filly, a daughter of Three Valleys, was purchased by her trainer at the yearling sales for £16,000. She is out of a winning, robust, mare who raced over one hundred times in a lengthy career. This March foal could well have won on her racecourse bow but for a terribly slow start which left her with a mountain to climb. However, she touched short odds in-running after travelling smoothly only to tire in the closing stages. The form of that race has been a little patchy but Candy's two-year-old looks the type to improve for an absence of over fifty days. This extra furlong is likely to suit and running in a similar race type to last time should see a bold show. Perhaps the biggest negative is a relatively wide draw although running a little off the rail didn't seem a disadvantage here yesterday. Ideally, Warrendale would make a great each way selection although the betting on the exchanges gives the impression that will be unlikely. Time will tell and if support comes for one or two there may just be a chance. A confident candidate for a place and live hope for the win.