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    The Betfair Chase Haydock Park Sat Nov 24th

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    Looks a penalty kick for MB, and it'd be madness not to run him, IMVHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reet hard View Post
    Looks a penalty kick for MB, and it'd be madness not to run him, IMVHO.
    Do you not reckon Native River will run then? Think Hendo has said the plan is to run him, ground dependant.

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    Wouldn't be his track or trip, imo, but Tizzard's done dafter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reet hard View Post
    Looks a penalty kick for MB, and it'd be madness not to run him, IMVHO.
    If it's soft though I can see the we didn't want to give him a hard race on Haydock ground a month from Kempton update on his Unibet blog.

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    Good to soft will do but he wont beat native River even if it's good ground. Get a way too much credit for a horse who beat ziltch in the King George and was brushed aside with ease in the Gold Cup........
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    Away wi ye, Fist. Native River would get humped by The Biter over 3m, on ground that’s remotely decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Euronymous View Post
    If it's soft though I can see the we didn't want to give him a hard race on Haydock ground a month from Kempton update on his Unibet blog.
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    5 day decs



    looks a fairly dry week in store and The Biter is shortening up all the time now

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    Laydown!

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    Roll on Saturday can't wait....3/1 Native River........Get your Xmas expenses here
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    Should Native River really be 10/3 and 3/1? Given he's likely to lead this must be the easiest back to lay of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimChance View Post
    Should Native River really be 10/3 and 3/1? Given he's likely to lead this must be the easiest back to lay of all time.
    Not my kind of bet but sounds like picking up money but you might have to lay off earlier than expected. I reckon this will be run at Gold Cup pace and can see him pressed earlier than usual. Those with eyes on the big bonus will be 100% ready for this; they can't afford not to be.

    Might Bite's best form was when he went on some way out and took the others right out of their comfort zone. They opted out of that tactic in the Gold Cup because of the ground but it will be good on Saturday and I anticipate a return to a forceful final mile. My genuine worry is who will ride. I couldn't back MB with McGrath up after last weekend.
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    Daryl Jacob rode him on two occasions a couple of years ago when Nico was out of action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimChance View Post
    Should Native River really be 10/3 and 3/1? Given he's likely to lead this must be the easiest back to lay of all time.
    Can't see the prices changing much until the writing is on the wall and by that time you won't want to be laying.


    Might Bite is 6 from 7 since falling in the Feltham but when it's really mattered he's failed to impress.


    His King George win was well below what was expected of him by his multitude of fans and he was easily disposed of by Native River.

    I don't give him a hope in hell of reversing the Gold Cup form at Haydock
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Orchid View Post
    I couldn't back MB with McGrath up after last weekend.
    He made it easy at the weekend for me to strike out henderson runners - not one of his best weeks

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    Fehily rides if Nico is not passed fit.


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    Can't understand how Mcgrath still has a job at seven barrows. James Bowen far better.
    Might Bite is an absolute cert though on better ground at the weekend.

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    Good renewal.

    What's the weeks weather to be up North?
    Some people say hes the best since Arkle and thats certainly true when you look at what hes done

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