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    Daily picks.

    Write ups later as busy at the moment.

    Yarmouth 3.40 bahia emerald 7/2 hills(if draw turns high will be 11,12 draws as well.
    Epsom 7.25 free for all 7/1 hills

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    I think Free for All has a good chance, too.
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    Bahia emeralds penulitimate run at yarmouth stands out,on the same card collect art ran .50 quicker than bahia diamond but carrying 5 pounds less,collect art is now on a mark of 85.This makes bahia diamond look well in with the older horses top weights off 75 and bahias recieving 9 pound.
    The runner up to bahia,albany rose has just completed a treble hacking up at windsor off a mark of 71 although 4 1/2ls behind bahia,the negative could be the draw as at a recent meeting all the winners won on the rail.If it turns out to be an advantage i will probably back hobson and rough rock as well,should be obvious by then as the three previous races are over 6fs.

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    Free for all wether it does anything to morrow or not i will be following as it looked better than a handicapper at lingfield.Last time out will excuse the run up the middle at ascot on soft,previous run at lingfield won by 3 1/2ls in a time 1.01 seconds slower than group 3 winner pefect tribute(98) beating flambeau(108),perfect tribute carrying 8-5 free for all 9-5.The times and weights don't tell the whole story as free for all led on the stands side and ended up on the far rail giving away 5-6ls in distance by the finish making that time look a bit special.Going left handed tomorrow should suit,guessing wether the 6fs at epsom will as it potentially looks better than a handicapper i've got to keep backing it till it proves otherwise.

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    8/1 ppower

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    Bahia Emerald cannot win, and for one obvious reason.......
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    .............Daryl Holland???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Phillips View Post
    .............Daryl Holland???
    No - she's also the tip of that gobshoite on the radio. That should slow her down some. It should also ensure Levitate loses a leg at some stage before the 4.40.
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    Not THE gobshoite, Rory?
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Well done, gigilo, ROUGH ROCK wins at 10/1.
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    Pretty good day big chunk gone on bahia ew though,mightv'e been lucky hobson was withdrawn though!!

    3.35 DONNY.
    One of the most unluckiest horses in training has to be webbow 9 year old yet only won 3/32 yet some of his performances in bigger handicaps against unexposed horses run in quick times over the last few seasons have been very unfortunate.Really the horse wants a big field as thats where all his form is the better quality race the better he runs,last time out led 2fs out,only just got collared and tactics wouldn't have suited.This field maybe to small for him but 11/2 if they go quick enough is a reasonable price,he's so consistent he was on a mark of 89 in june 2008 and the lowest he's ever fallen is to 86.If age doesn't catch up with him he ,may just nick one of the bigger handicaps at a decent price somewhere like york or goodwood.

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    I backed him last time out thought I would be collecting a furlong out. He travelled like a dream that day so if they hold on to him longer today and he's in the same form he would be hard to beat.
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    WEBBOW runs a cracker to take second @ 7/1.
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    As i said one of the unluckiest in training,again second probably 7fs doesn't suit as well as a mile very unlucky as the only finisher in the race.Small profit,one day this fella will win a bigger race than that contested today certainly deserves it!!

    4.30 haydock.

    I've had a small bet on barney mcgrew 14/1 boyles was with another firm but gone hills i think,been on my to follows since the beginning of theseason.
    Tomorrow runs in a 76-95 and hasn't been able to run in this low a handicap since june 2009 when finishing second infact this is his lowest mark since november 2008 (92).Only one glimpse of form this season at york when pulling double over 5fs even though beaten 7 1/2ls was probably as good as the front three as murtagh never even tried to get into the places.
    Last season won off 107 when winning a gp 3 at newcastle,so at his best will trouble these lot and it was only february in meydan getting beat 1 1/2ls by war artist, so the ability is there.Wouldn't be surprised if he wins a decent race before the end of the season.
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    5.10 beverley.

    Sangars come out of a low grade race where i think the first three although lowly rated will all win races,see the bees just got touched off on a new mark of 63 on tuesday to an unexposed mcmahon horse.Both were clear of horses carrowbeg and dr red eye rated 69,68,that was sangars seasonal debut and had to run wide throughout losing quite a bit of ground before hitting the straight.I expect all three to be nearer 70 and win in the near future and a nice little race to follow,there is one big negative today the trip as in the pedigree sangars more likely to be suited by a mile and not much further.For that reason i've just had a small bet at 3/1 as most of the runners in the race are guaranteed to or have already won over 1m2fs.

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    4.25 leicester

    masai moon 18/1 totesport,365
    big noise 9/1 hills

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    Masai moon runs off 83 today already run 4th to decent fella at newmarket this season in a slightly better race formlines through red gulch gives it a similar chance to tevez priced at 13/2 compared to masai moons 18s.
    He very rarely wins but this is lowest mark since a decent second to day of the eagle and again i've just had a small bet.
    Big noise is off its lowest mark since august 2007,like masai moon very rarely wins but has won the race in 2009 and i backed it the previous night at 12/1 that season, as some of its turf form was very decent around that time.He won that race off 89 today sits on 80 with five pound being claimed to put him on lowest ever mark, he likes liecester and has won once here and been 4th of 90.
    Obviously mr scargill targets this race as both those leicester runs were in this race,again formlines through red gulch has very similar chance to tevez and masai moon.The run behind kingscroft was eased on ground he wouldn't have liked and has big pull with kingscroft in the weights,two small bets again for me the pair

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    8.50 ripon

    Fibs and flannel stands out on all round form,running off 69 tomorrow even though been running well and hasn't been this low in the handicap since april 2010.This season been 4th,4th 4th all on gd'fm ground and out of the 9 horses that have finished infront of it have all been rated 71+ only dazeen was rated lower but this went onto run second off 72 and 75 in better races.Has won over a mile off 70 running off 69 tomorrow qualifies it for this 51-70 in probably one of the weakest races its ever contested.
    Nothing else really appeals so looks worth a bet at 7/2 365,i can see this going off around the 2s mark maybe even less

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    pontefract 5.30.

    Maximillion bounty ran over a furlong further on the same day as carrowbeg and phair winter and running a quicker time on that run should take all the beating.Phair hill looks well handicapped and looks nearer the mid sixties to potentially on the save the bees form it also ran a lot quicker than carrowbeg on the hamilton run and even on carrowbegs run behind save the bees should be the same price.Backing the pair and a small reverse fcast.

    maximillion bounty 4/1 hills
    phair hill 5/1 365

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    First time blinkers gave fibs and flannel no chance,they won't be using them again i expected it to come late as all its other decent form not lead like 6fs horse.Iwas more worried about it being outpaced,put a line through that maybe worth following without the blinkers.

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