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    I'm going to get pictures of flat jockey paste them on wall and throw darts......no make that knives at them. Starting with Harry Bentley and Rab Havlin who I rate just 1 notch above Noddy

    I hope Harry Betley 6/1 gives Air Pilot a better ride than he did the fav in the first..........he will love the ground and even giving away weight should beat this lot

    Red Saree 87.97 on the machine.......here we go again
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    Hope you were on Red Saree, Fist, nice winner a 25/1!
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    2.55 Solatentif hasnít won in the UK yet but heís been running in better races than this and ran well for quite a long way last time out. Now 3lb lower and with Dickie up the 11/1 (12/1 with odds boost from Lads) seems worth chancing

    4.30 Psychedelic Rock did me a favour last time but Iím not convinced heíll stay and heís a bit short so ready preference is for Bugsie Malone at 9/2


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    5.00 Hamilton-Fleetfoot Jack


    Each Way @ 11-2 (Paddy Power) BOG

    Expect a big run from the top weight
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    There's some real dogs in the first at Newcastle but Ben Curtis ride the 100% genuine Formula One...looks one to have a good bet on
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlaceBacker View Post
    Morning

    5.00 Hamilton-Fleetfoot Jack


    Each Way @ 11-2 (Paddy Power) BOG

    Expect a big run from the top weight
    Unplaced
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    Having a each way bet on Empress Ali (Pontefract, 4:25). For the simple reason, I was looking through some form lines for The Cambridgeshire and this horse was one that had been in the mix in the right races. 16/1 with the nine runners (each way) will do for me.
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    Sligo 1.55 Polar Present 13/2 e/way - Dawn Shadow r/f/c
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    Backing in maidens can damage your health.....Our Rodney wins the opener 293/1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanlic View Post
    Backing in maidens can damage your health.....Our Rodney wins the opener 293/1
    Too true, golden rule #1 for me when I look to play is to cross out maidens before I do anything else.

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    When I was backing day to day racing regularly I found 2yo maidens were a great source of winners - claimers, sellers and low grade handicaps would be first to be struck off for me.
    Alba Gu Brath!

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    Of the maidens and 2yo nurseries today 6 of the 7 ran the fav were unplaced only 1 won at 4/9......unreal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    Having a each way bet on Empress Ali (Pontefract, 4:25). For the simple reason, I was looking through some form lines for The Cambridgeshire and this horse was one that had been in the mix in the right races. 16/1 with the nine runners (each way) will do for me.
    N/R. I am expecting Fannie By Gaslight to score in Haydocks 4:25 today for similar reasons. Good form in the right races, with the right horses. The certainty of the week.
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    Haydock 3.15 Aeolus 14/1 e/way
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    Fontwell 5.05 Speedy Cargo 8/1 BOG E/way
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    Cesarewitch [Saturday]

    ​Stars Over The Sea

    Each Way @ 16-1 [Skybet] 5 Places

    Not the first horse to be rejuvenated by moving to the talented Ian Williams
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    I'd be disappointed if Benatar can't give the weight away tomorrow. 4/1 looks big as he was a class act last season and neither of those above him in the market are proven at the trip.

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    One of my faves from last year.
    Well done getting 4/1. Thatís gone now and I reckon heíll be shorter than 3/1 by the off. Iíd see Rocklander as a bigger danger than the front two but his jumping may not be good enough and he probably needs it softer


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    Rocklander is who I fear most too. I'm taking the opinion that last years novices were very, very good. I'm mildly surprised they're not considering exploiting 148 as a result of that as I think he could be a 160 horse in time.

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    What are you backing Today?

    Quote Originally Posted by viking View Post
    One of my faves that hacked up giving weight all round first time up last year.
    Well done getting 4/1. Thatís gone now and I reckon heíll be shorter than 3/1 by the off. Iíd see Rocklander as a bigger danger than the front two but his jumping may not be good enough and he probably needs it softer

    Now good/soft at NA and raining hard so had a r/f/c with Rocklander also


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