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    Quote Originally Posted by LUKE View Post
    Gassin Golf is a horse I have followed blindly over hurdles-he has excellent form in the book in addition to a frustrating amount of placed efforts-the fact that he is a third season novice tells it's own story.However I think he should simply outclass today's opposition.Richard Johnson riding and good market support are positives and I honestly think he is a penalty kick today.
    Dubai Prince has potential relative to his flat mark IMO best of luck

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    The market is saying yes to Gassin Golf.

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    Must write out 1000 times-backing third season novices is not the to get rich.

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    Tullyraine has a lot in its favour in the 4.50..on at 8.0

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    bad day yesterday so hope to bounce back with some winners today.


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    2.00 haydock LUCK OF THE GAME

    2.20 goodwood PARSLEY

    2.50 goodwood RED REFRACTION

    3.05 haydock IFTAAR

    3.40 haydock TARO TYWOD

    4.00 goodwood OBSERVATIONAL Nap

    4.50 haydock PRINCIPLE EQUATION
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    Providing the going doesn't get any softer Cono Zur is handicapped to win the 9.10 at Musselburgh.Usually wins 1 or 2 a season and likes it the firmer the better.Should hopefully make all.

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    interesting little race is the 9.10 Colzoss.....i think for definate camarooney will take your fancy on for the lead and set it up for a late runner..probably outlaw torn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave G View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by EC1 View Post
    interesting little race is the 9.10 Colzoss.....i think for definate camarooney will take your fancy on for the lead and set it up for a late runner..probably outlaw torn
    As predicted

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    Zarwaan (3.45) was attempting the impossible conceding 10lbs to subsequent French Guineas fourth Muwaary, and the form has been further franked by the 3rd winning a valuable handicap since. Has Bilimbi to beat, but his chances are better than his price suggests.
    Eshtiaal (4.05) looked a horse who needs further when finishing well in a 97k Ascot handicap. Had no chance to shine in a Haydock dawdle subsequently. Goes well fresh, and the headgear suggests he means business today.

    Nice little Hamdan win & place double, for those who indulge in such things.

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    Zarwaan for me as well. Went into the tracker at Newbury and the third that day isn't the only horse to have franked that race.

    Took 9/2 about Hot Streak before the decs last weekend. Pearl Secret a danger though.

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    Soft ground at The Curragh and a few of the favourites will be vulnerable today and tomorrow.Capella Sanservo is from a family that adores soft/heavy ground and racing against a War Front horse -nap of the weekend at 11/4.Viztoria will love the soft-Darwin -ex American-won't like the soft.There is an assumption that Kingman will love the going but that's not what his breeding says-I will take him on with Mustajeeb and Johann Strauss at 40/1.
    Not a weekend to be getting stuck not skinny ones at The Curragh.

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    The 8/11 on Cappella was a winning bet-but only after Gary Carroll rode a very nervous race.Joseph now rides Johann Strauss.

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    shifting power can take Kingman on this stiffer track
    Last edited by EC1; 24th May 2014 at 3:15 PM.

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    No luck, EC1. Great to see Kingman do it in such style.

    That was almost certainly the 130+ performance I said I thought the horse had in his locker before the Newmarket race. I expect Australia to shorten up yet again for the Derby now.
    Last edited by Desert Orchid; 24th May 2014 at 3:28 PM.
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    very impressive

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    How would you price up the SJP?

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    I'd ignore our 2000 guineas ...don't think the split field job suited Kingman...and make Kingman a short favourite
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