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Edition 282

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Our weekly racing publication packed this week with news from the Marten Julian Team.

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Featuring Marten Julian, Dan Briden, Ian Carnaby & Jodie Standing.

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Description

Weekly Magazine

Weekly news and views from the Marten Julian team including updates on horses that feature in our two books for the Flat season.

We have news from Marten Julian, Dan Briden, Ian Carnaby & Jodie Standing.

Jodie writes: “The programme is unrelenting again this week and instead of being drawn into everything, I have highlighted a handful of horses to keep onside.”

What is included?

Issued every Wednesday, the Weekend Card is our specialist publication offering professional updates, views and recommendations from our select team of experts.

The Card covers the next six days racing with the emphasis firmly focused upon the key weekend action. The importance of continuity is the heartbeat of this service, so not only do you receive all the latest news on key horses from our various publications which are declared to run, but also informed comments on selected horses from previous editions.

And we also provide you with honest and accurate feedback on all the previous week’s selections – win or lose.

The Card, which includes a quick reference sheet, is available as a download, hard copy (by post) or both and you receive a Welcome Pack when you subscribe.

One of the most popular sections in the Card is Marten’s Sleeper Section. This is currently showing a profit to level stakes of 109 points and a return on investment of 57%, while Marten’sLook Ahead feature is also showing a profit to level stakes of 68 points thanks to winners that include Sonny Liston 18/1, Atrium 16/1, Reversion 16/1, Gifted Gold 12/1, Lindwall 8/1, Designer 11/2 and long-odds gamble Pride Of Hawridge 9/2 (from 16/1).

Fixtures

Thursday 26 May Great Yarmouth, Haydock Park, Ripon, Carlisle, Sandown Park
Friday 27 May Brighton, Carlisle, Chepstow, Stratford-on-Avon, Haydock Park, Pontefract
Saturday 28 May Haydock Park, Beverley, Catterick Bridge, Chester, Cartmel, Chelmsford City, Salisbury, Ffos Las
Sunday 29 May Fontwell Park, Uttoxetter, Kelso, Lingfield Park, Redcar, Cartmel, Ayr, Windsor
Monday 30 May Lingfield Park, Redcar, Cartmel, Ayr, Windsor
Tuesday 31 May Newbury, Leicester, Brighton, Thirsk, Great Yarmouth

How to download

When is the PDF version available?

Available to download by 10 pm on Wednesday 25 May

How do I download it?

To download any of our services you need to log in then go to your orders and locate your order for the service. Once you locate it please click on View or the order number to go into the order. Once inside an order you can view all available publications associated with your order.

Results

From when we restarted the service in 2017 up to & including edition 281 (published 9 February)

Marten’s Weekend Action: 5% profit on investment (48pts LS Profit) including winners at 33/1, 22/1, 16/1, 14/1 (twice), 12/1 (adv), 11/1, 10/1 (twice), 9/1, 8/1 (twice), 8/1 (adv 16/1), 7/1, 13/2, 6/1 (twice) etc

The Sleeper Section: 56% profit on investment (108pts LS Profit) including winners at 33/1, 16/1, 8/1, 7/1 (twice), 5/1, 4/1, 7/2, 0/30, 3/1 etc

Under The Radar: 26% loss on investment (37pts LS Loss) including winners at 14/1, 12/1, 7/1, 11/2 etc

Jodie’s Jottings: 13% profit on investment (164pts LS Profit) including winners at 16/1 (twice), 14/1 (twice), 12/1 (twice). 10/1, 9/1 (twice), 8/1 (twice), 7/1, 13/2 (twice), 6/1, 11/2, 5/1, 9/2, 4/1 (twice) etc

Ian Carnaby: 10% loss on investment (92pts LS Loss) including winners at 25/1. 16/1, 9/1, 6/1, 8/1. 7/1 (twice), 11/2, 5/1 etc

Ante-Post: 46% profit on investment (30pts LS Profit) including One For Arthur (adv 20/1) and Waldgeist (adv 16/1)

 

Jodie writes:

“The programme is unrelenting again this week and instead of being drawn into everything, I have highlighted a handful of horses to keep onside.”

Dan Briden writes:

It would be something of a surprise if the winner of the 6f maiden at Haydock on Thursday afternoon (2.10) doesn’t head to the Coventry Stakes next month.

Saeed Bin Suroor’s Banndar comes here after a debut fifth in one of the hottest novice events of the season so far at Ascot, while David Loughnane’s Maxi King showed promise when runner-up on his recent debut at Nottingham. Both set a useful standard for the newcomers to aim at.

However, there are several interesting unraced sorts…

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