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  1. Monsieur D'Arque a dark improver in the Greatwood?

    Connections obviously think he is better than the bare form of his novice hurdle runs on good ground as they wouldn't run him here otherwise. It is his first start this season, perhaps he improved a lot of the summer at home. He is chucked in off a low weight as is the tentative vote each way.

    Updated Yesterday at 10:25 PM by Marb

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  2. Remastered to master Cheltenham

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    REMASTERED in the 3:30 for David Pipe could be a big improver this season. He is 4/1 today to get back to winning ways.

    He won on his first start in England in a NHF and then won his novice hurdle.

    The three runs since then, most notably his last performance weren't his true showing but they've kept his rating down for a day like today. I feel he'll love the ground and it could be a case of how far...if he gets into a good rhythm.

    I wouldn't want to back
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  3. Cheltenham 2019 / 2020 Tip

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    I like Vengeur De Guye from Lucinda Russell's yard in the 2 mile chase on Friday. He races with a very low weight with a five pound claimer.

    I reckon it was a career best the last day with top weight. He has the profile of a dark horse upped in class.

    Bun Doran is a horse I know about but not for me at that price and I think I have found the right alternative in the shape of Vengeur De Guye.
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  4. What are you backing Today? - Mussleburgh today

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    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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  5. 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

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