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    Friday's Winners

    PRIDE OF DUBAI Zaffy's Pride (Dundalk Listed)

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    BELARDO Lullaby Moon (Redcar: Listed)
    AWTAAD Headshot (Wolverhampton)

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    Tuesday's Winners

    CHARMING THOUGHT Country Charm (Catterick)
    MEHMAS Virginia Plane (Catterick)
    THE GURKHA Dejame Paso (Lingfield AW)
    ADAAY Sir Maxi (Lingield AW)
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    2nd Crop Sires

    Last year these sires had their first crop. The three leading sires were Gutaifan, Night of Thunder and Cable Bay and they were well ahead of the rest. How do things look with a 2nd crop (so one generation of 2yos and their first generation of 3yos)? Here is the table in the order of Wins this season.

    1. Golden Horn 72 Runners 30 Winners and 47 wins...... 10 of the wins are by 2yos
    2. Night of Thunder 72 Runners 33 Winners and 39 wins
    3. Muharaar 92 Runners 31 Winners and 35 Wins
    3. Gleneagles 80 Runners 27 Winners 35 wins
    5. Make Believe 55 Runners 25 Winners 33 Wins
    6. Gutaifan 102 Runners 25 Winners 28 Wins 10 of the wins are by 2yos
    7. Cable Bay 81 runners 17 Winners 25 Wins

    Golden Horn and Muhaarar have done much better with their 3yo crops. Night of Thunder is still producing good figures. Make Believe does well with far less opportunities. Highclere may have a problem with Cable Bay (they have a problem anyway with his 3rd and 4th crops) as he hasn't done nearly as well with his 2nd crop of 2yos.

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    Wednesday's Winner

    VADAMOS Oo De Lally (Kempton aw)

    This is the colt who won at 125-l at Newbury in September. Won comfortably yesterday giving away weight and may be a bit better than people seem to think. By Monsun's son Vadamos he is out of a daughter of that useful filly Bahr who won the Ribblesdale and Musidora. The 2nd and 3rd were backed as if they were rated and they beat the 4th by 7 lengths The only trouble was that they were 3 lengths adrift of the winner.
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    The Dewhurst (2.55 Newmarket) looks a fascinating race and well worth making the effort to watch. I have been very impressed with Chindit, three races unbeaten looking to have a very laid back attitude but this is a very competitive heat with lots of potentially Group horses. Chindit is available at 3/1 at the moment.
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Friday's Winners

    New Bay Saffron Beach (NEWMARKET Gp3)
    Belardo Holly Bopp (Dundalk aw)
    Pride of Dubai Just Beautiful (Kempton aw)

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    Chindit very disappointing. Reports of a very good gallop ignored by the market as he drifted late on.
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Yes they fairly waxed lyrical about Chindit and you’d have to be disappointed even allowing for the fact he got stopped in running a couple of times. Really liked the first two. The winner is a half brother to Guineas winner Magna Grecia too.
    On an earlier note, seriously impressed by Lone Eagle. That was some performance by a two On softened ground.
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    Watched it again and think ground really didn’t suit Chindit.
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    I thought the pace in Lone Eagle’s race was too strong. Ten furlongs for a 2-y-o on that ground is quite a test, granted the winner was at the front of the race from the start I just hope it didn’t take too much out of the horse.
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    Going back to the Dewhurst, interesting that the first three home filled the first three places in the National Stakes at the Curragh last month but in a slightly different order. Suggests that these are the three best colts around at the moment. Will they all winter well and which one will improve the most?
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Reckon Wembley was finishing best in the National, and also got himself in a hole yesterday.
    That he was RM's choice gives a big clue to the perceived pecking order, imo.
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    Tuesday's Winners

    SHALAA Skibo Castle (Windsor)
    PRINCE OF LIR Reetah the Cheetah (Wolverhampton aw)
    KODI BEAR The Sedberg (Wolverhampton aw)
    TERITORIES Al Daary (Yarmouth)

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    Mehmas has suddenly gone a bit quiet.

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    Resting on his laurels, confident that the job is done.
    Ah! but a man's reach should exceed his grasp......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleanora Duse View Post
    Tuesday's Winners

    SHALAA Skibo Castle (Windsor)
    PRINCE OF LIR Reetah the Cheetah (Wolverhampton aw)
    KODI BEAR The Sedberg (Wolverhampton aw)
    TERITORIES Al Daary (Yarmouth)
    Getting ahead of myself they were Monday's winners

    Here are Tuesday's winners

    MEHMAS Fayathaan (Newcastle aw) there you are....
    COULSTY Stay Coul (Leicester)

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    Wednesday's winners

    ADAAY Asadjumeirah (Bath)

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    AWTAAD Mr Excellency (Southwell aw)

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    Friday's Winners

    ADAAY Shark Two One (Redcar)
    BURATINO Round Six (Chelmsford aw)

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    Saturday's Winners

    MEHMAS Kidyounot (Catterick)
    SHALAA Noman (Wolverhampton aw)

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    Sunday's Winners

    MEHMAS Power Under Me (Naas)
    KODI BEAR Wood Ranger (Naas)

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