5 To Follow

A brilliant months on the service with a Return on Investment of 63% for May, 49% for June and 44% for July with some brilliant highlights including the smart newcomer Bayside Boy (14/1) last month among many others. A phenomenal level of consistency over the course of the summer and long may this continue with some the very exciting two-year old’s still to run as well as one special handicap plot I’ve been waiting quite some time for!

Of course it goes without saying that not all of our selections can win and several have caught the eye of late. Below I have included five eye-catchers that are worth keeping on side and putting in your trackers:


MANAAFITH– A well bred daughter of Exceed and Excel, she shaped with bundles of promise on debut at Newbury last month when green throughout before seeing off her race well into a clear 2nd. Having reportedly improved plenty at home since she’s expected to be tough to beat when out later in the week.


SOLAR SCREEN – A unfortunate 2nd at Ripon earlier in the week this David Simcock trained four-year old will get his compensation very soon having been badly short of room in the final half-furlong. Granted a clear run he likely would have won and in a similar contest, possibly back up in trip, he’s expected to win wherever he goes next.


TIMELESS SOUL – An improving Roger Varian trained filly by Night of Thunder, she took a further step forward on her handicap debut at Glorious Goodwood when appreciating the step up in trip to 1m2f for the first time. Having done all of her best work at the finish she’s felt more than capable of picking up a handicap off her current mark, quite possibly over further still.


MYSTERY FOX  This Roger Varian colt’s work remains good enough to suggest he can win a handicap or two and having been outpaced and caught too far back at Chelmsford last month he failed to run his race last time week at Newmarket


TALL ORDER – A well regarded horse by the Michael Bell yard, this son of Muhaarar ran a cracker on his seasonal return last month at Leicester. He has stripped fitter for that outing and is a horse to keep on side wherever he goes next.