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  1. Dingo to deliver the dollar.

    The Ladbrokes Trophy in the Jumps calendar is the next race worth having a bet in. Dingo Dollar has had five starts over fences; this will be his second-season chasing. He is currently 2/5 over fences. This includes a win at Newbury over 2M7F. He needs to step up in class. The fact Alan King thinks he might need further in time is absoloutely fine. He wants to be prominent in his races. To ride on the pace in a Hennessy, you need to stay the trip extremely well.

    Updated 27th November 2018 at 12:30 PM by Marb

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  2. Brian Ellison to Grab the Greatwood with Nietzsche

    Nietzsche alert! This horse was formerly with William Haggas. Off the track since June, but came right back to his best form, two weeks ago with a second placing on the flat. He runs tomorrow on a similar mark, to the one where he was a close third in The Fred Winter at The Cheltenham Festival. The money for Nietzsche in the betting market is also speaking volumes. Boost your Christmas bank with a few Sterling on this.

    Updated 19th November 2018 at 2:06 AM by Marb

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  3. Newcross Irish Ceserewitch

    I said a lot about this horse on the anti post thread on the main forum. He should run really well.
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  4. Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, The Each Way Clincher

    The Japanese have the best 'long shot', 'each way', or back-to-lay in running horse, in the shape of Clincher. His best runs abroad have tended to be in valuable Group 1's, as opposed to Group Two's and Three's. He can place on firm or soft ground, so conditions somewhere in the middle, like good or good to soft should be perfect. I'd forgive and forget the last run, as it was unlike his usual consistent self. He made most of the running before stopping a furlong or so out. However, I fancy he will ...
  5. Cliffs Of Capri a Challenger

    I like the look of Cliffs Of Capri in The Challenge Cup this Saturday. This has good course form, having won a class 3 here at Ascot in July, was then a staying in fifth behind Ripp Orf. He does look one of the better handicapped horses in the field and looks open to plenty of progress. Seems like Jamie Osborne has two good cards to play with him having Raising Sand in the race aswell.