16.10 Fontwell: Carspindle @ 11/4 BOG 1st at 9/2 Raced keenly, led, narrowly headed 5th, led again 7th, made rest, kept on strongly run-in, eased near finish
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Crazy Horse @7/2
Crazy Horse is a lightly raced four year old colt who is trained by John Gosden. He was good enough to win a Group 3 race over seven furlongs on good to soft as a two year old, and I think there could be a lot more to come from him this year.
From looking at his breeding, and the way he has finished his races over seven furlongs, suggests that the step up in trip to a mile will be perfect for him. With Dettori riding, I am hopeful of a big run today, with the following stats to back up our case.
- at Doncaster over the past year Gosden is 10/40 (25%) for 3.5 pts
- with middle distance runners he is 145/654 (22.17%) for 4.85 pts
- with LTO winners he is 71/219 for 75.57 pts
- and with horses coming back from a break of 60+ days he is 67/216 for 45.1 pts
- at Doncaster over the past year Dettori is 5/17 (29.41%) for 14.25 pts
- on today's going Crazy Horse is 2/2 (100%) for 6.75 pts
...giving us...a 1pt win bet on Crazy Horse @ 7/2 BOG which was available from Bet365, Skybet and Betvictor at 19:00 on Friday. To see what your preferred bookie is offering, simply...
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P.S. all P/L returns quoted in the stats are to Betfair SP, as (i) I NEVER bet to ISP and neither should you and (ii) although inferior to the BOG odds we secure, BFSP is the nearest approximation I can give, so I actually expect to beat the returns quoted.