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  1. What are you backing Today? - Mussleburgh today

    Quote Originally Posted by Marb View Post
    Plenty of reasons why Muntadab will win the 3:25 at Mussleburgh tomorrow.

    A proper handicapper, dropped to last winning mark (102), and early support in the betting market.

    Strongly fancied to run to somewhere near his best here. 11/1 top price at present.
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  2. Turjomaania at Doncaster

    Roger Varian's Turjomaan (NAP 11/4) looks a really solid second favourite at Doncaster in the 2:25 tomorrow, having improved markedly for the step up to group two company the last day. Blinkers are applied again: I'm hoping to see something special tomorrow.

    In the Portland, Makanah (NB 18/1) warrants a good each way bet. I like the fact he was gelded after leaving Crisford's yard to run for Julie Camancho. The horse has come on leaps and bounds since then, improving from 73 to a ...

    Updated 13th September 2019 at 5:42 PM by Marb

  3. Midweek Punt

    Quote Originally Posted by Marb View Post
    John Oxx and Newtown Anner Stud have a good chance tomorrow night in the shape of Darkened (3/1 early SP) at Gowran Park. I reckon he should be favourite so 3/1 rates a fair price. This could be easy money.

    Jockey Niall McCullagh also rides Mountain Fox in the following race who is 10/1 early show, he's never won a flat race but placed three times in last four starts this season and looks ready to land his first victory at a track he knows well.

    I might lock up a little
  4. The Arc 2019 discussion thread

    Enable is a mare of the highest calibre; according to Oisin Murphy the best since Frankel.

    I've no problem with her winning, winning it again next year, the year after; even being the greatest horse of all time for that matter.

    But...err... Waldgiest at 16/1, really?

    This has strong each way claims.

    He gave Enable three pounds at Ascot, was only beaten under two lengths, staying on well in third place.

    Enable, Crystal Ocean ...

    Updated 6th August 2019 at 6:08 PM by Marb

  5. Maurice Gheest at Deauville Sunday

    Competitive race. All roads lead to Too Darn Hot's form really.

    I do think Mr Lupton is a humongous price for Richard Fahey at 40/1 though, never stopped improving the past few seasons, cue a short price favourite to probably win well!!!
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