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    Quote Originally Posted by fonz View Post
    I Trackered this myself after your recent post on the horse, I wouldn't be confident about him making the cut for the Ces but we all the know the trainers reputation so he's definitely worth keeping an eye on wherever he turns up.
    Newcross has been entered in the Irish Ceserewitch a day after its English equivalent on the Sunday. He is certainly higher up the list to get in, No. 45 I believe, so if I had to punt him now I would definitely turn my attention towards Navan. See how they price them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    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.
    Runs in the amateurs tomorrow, Ascot 4:45, should be hard to beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    Runs in the amateurs tomorrow, Ascot 4:45, should be hard to beat.

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    Imagine what he would have done to The Challenge Field tomorrow carrying about two stone less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Euronymous View Post
    Fabre has pulled With You but supplemented Wind Chimes who also has form with Recoletos. She's 7/1 and that's a cracking ew bet.

    9/4 now but I fucked up royally on With You. It's not trained by Fabre of course #facepalm

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    Credit where credit is due. Well done Lauren's and connections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    I may have an anti post bet on William Haggas's Canford Heights for The Old Rowley Cup next week. He beat a horse back into third that I mentioned last week on the 'what are you backing thread', called Fannie By Gaslight, who I reckon is an excellent yardstick. Canford Heights just has the one entry, in The Old Rowley Cup, and could remain a fair bit ahead of the handicapper. There is quite a bit of disparity in terms of odds available, with some firms happy to offer 16/1, but with Hills only 10/1.
    Shortening up all the time this horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    Newcross has been entered in the Irish Ceserewitch a day after its English equivalent on the Sunday. He is certainly higher up the list to get in, No. 45 I believe, so if I had to punt him now I would definitely turn my attention towards Navan. See how they price them up.
    See if he makes the cut in either Cesarewitch later this week. A good win would be a lovely way to close out the season. I still feel he is much more likely to turn up at Navan, as there is no realistic way he can make the cut from 80 at Newmarket. He should be 33/1 minimum just to get in, let alone win. I literally have two more flat bets to place this season, Newcross, (wherever he shows up), plus the aforementioned Canford Heights in The Old Rowley Cup this Friday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    See if he makes the cut in either Cesarewitch later this week. A good win would be a lovely way to close out the season. I still feel he is much more likely to turn up at Navan, as there is no realistic way he can make the cut from 80 at Newmarket. He should be 33/1 minimum just to get in, let alone win. I literally have two more flat bets to place this season, Newcross, (wherever he shows up), plus the aforementioned Canford Heights in The Old Rowley Cup this Friday.
    Canford Height runs in another race on Friday, not.the Old Rowley Cup. If I am right about Fannie By Gaslight being an excellent yardstick, then Canford Heights will be hard to beat. Also will find out what happens with Newcross tomorrow. I was watching his last race where he was so unlucky in running to only finish second. If he had more luck that day, then who knows, he would now be on the perfect mark, (85-ish), to get in, but as it stands, I make it 75/25 him not making the cut for Newmarket. He needs loads to come out. In the event he miraculously gets in, expect his odds to shorten sharply and.subsantially though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    Canford Height runs in another race on Friday, not.the Old Rowley Cup. If I am right about Fannie By Gaslight being an excellent yardstick, then Canford Heights will be hard to beat. Also will find out what happens with Newcross tomorrow. I was watching his last race where he was so unlucky in running to only finish second. If he had more luck that day, then who knows, he would now be on the perfect mark, (85-ish), to get in, but as it stands, I make it 75/25 him not making the cut for Newmarket. He needs loads to come out. In the event he miraculously gets in, expect his odds to shorten sharply and.subsantially though.
    Navan Sunday hopefully now.
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    You know you either have a gambling problem, fancy a horse really seriously, or are just a self serving arsehole, that when a storm hits England and Ireland leaving 30,000 families without power, your only concern is what effect it will have on the going conditions at Navan on Sunday for the anti -post favourite Newcross who wants good ground.
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    Newcross is in the Irish Cesarewitch on Sunday. Carries 8:4. I'd prefer that soft or heavy doesn't appear in the going description, as he has improved on good ground, but other than that, he won't get beat. Trust me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    Newcross is in for The Irish Cesarewitch on Sunday. Carries 8:4. I'd prefer soft or heavy doesnt appear in the going description, as he has improved on good ground, but other than that, he won't get beat. Trust me.
    I remember the last time someone said trust me.......do we do a tony martin cesarewitdch double then...golden spear and newcross.

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    Golden Spear must have an each way chance, in the same ownership as Newcross, though I believe Newcross has the better chance in terms of odds and probability.

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    For my lucky 15 I am doing Willie Mullins trained Uradel. I fancy he will run well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marble View Post
    For my lucky 15 I am doing Willie Mullins trained Uradel. I fancy he will run well.
    Some interesting late market support for him.

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    I thought I had that there with Uradel, the way he travelled.

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    unlucky, picked the wrong Mullins horse!
    Alba Gu Brath!

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    According to The Racing Post the ground is yielding at Navan today, which should be fine for Newcross. He picked up well on yielding the.last day, albeit in a lesser race.
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    No luck with Newcross today, just wasn't at the races.

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