Wednesday, 6 March 2013

I had a Dream..

Yes indeed i did about a horse and i awoke to see this very same horse not only racing today but mentioned and it a celestial sign??...whatever the reason , im on BILLY TWYFORD to make my dreams come true...1st @ 6.55 ;-)))))

DOUBLE: Spifer and Pategonia.
Billy Twyford can make a last-ditch bid to book his Cheltenham Festival ticket with victory at Fontwell on Wednesday.
Lawney Hill entered him in the Martin Pipe race and the six-year-old will be seeking a double in the Exclusive Cheltenham Offers On totepool Mobile Handicap Hurdle after a narrow victory at Wetherby last month.
Having just his second start for Hill after leaving Nicky Henderson's yard, Billy Twyford showed plenty of spirit to just get up on the line that day and could still have a little more to come.
Exotic Man falls some way short of his illustrious half-brother Exotic Dancer, but should be smart enough for the Novices' Chase at the North Yorkshire track.
The eight-year-old cost 180,000 euros when he initially went through the ring in 2007 but he has failed to live up to that price tag and joined John Wade after just two starts for Paul Nicholls.
Wade has not managed to win with Exotic Man yet but he has steadily improved and it looked as though his time could be nearing with a couple of good efforts on his last few starts.
He was travelling particularly well when he stumbled approaching four out at Musselburgh and he also got a bit tight for room before eventually claiming fourth.
Exotic Man sits on a mark of 110 at present and should have the beating of most of these on the official numbers.
Spifer won a competitive heat at Kempton in January and he can follow up in the Betdaq Games £50 Cash Bonus Handicap back at the Sunbury venue.
The five-year-old was in danger of turning into something of a disappointment after failing to add to the Newbury maiden win he gained in 2011 when with Luca Cumani.
Transferred to Marco Botti towards the end of 2012, he took a couple of attempts before finally getting off the mark over 11 furlongs.
Spifer only prevailed by a short head that day from the reopposing Greylami, with the application of cheekpieces helping him in his final dash to the line.
He was giving 7lb to Greylami that day but only has to concede 1lb this time, so he should have that rival well-held while he makes plenty of appeal off a revised mark of 87.
Punditry is worth watching in the Win Big With Betdaq Multiples Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
John Gosden's charge boasts quite the pedigree, with five black-type runners among his immediate relatives.
He bypassed a juvenile campaign and will be making his racecourse bow here, but connections' patience can pay dividends.
Punditry should be completing a double for the Newmarket handler as Pategonia is expected to get the ball rolling earlier in the day at Lingfield.
The four-year-old has been out of luck in three maiden starts to date but is of much interest as he switches to the handicap sphere.
A half-brother to prolific juvenile winner Zebeedee, Pategonia has been nowhere near as sharp, not making his racecourse debut until the back-end of last year.
His efforts to date have not been devoid of promise and while he is only a moderate animal, the Follow Us On Twitter At LingfieldPark Handicap looks a nice opportunity.


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