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    Has anyone heard anything about Annamix? I know he was injured (pelvis) in November last year but all the talk prior to the injury was that this was Ricci’s number one for the Supreme.

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    jackh1092
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    CNC- I think he was ruled out for the season. So all being well back next season.

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    botchy1
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    Could not resist 33’s for Hollowgraphic in the Ballymore.

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    Thanks Jack. I always appreciate your quick responses. I wonder whether Annamix is worth a bet early doors for the Supreme next year before people remember the hype this year. The only thing that puts me off is what happened to Senewalk.

    I rewatched some of the Festival races today and must say I didn’t realise just how impressive Summerville Boy was in the Supreme. He made a terrible mistake and recovered remarkably well.

    I also rewatched the Ryanair and was massively impressed with Balko Des Flos. Not many horses could or have nonchalantly strolled pass Un De Sceaux.

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    jackh1092
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    No probs CNC.

    I am not sure on annamix, he was obviously their main fancy, but I will wait and see what he does when he hits the track.

    Summerville Boy was mighty impressive, serous engine considering trouble he found and also his jumping.

    As was Balko, personally not sure that was 100% UDS, but not sure it would’ve mattered. On the ground I think UDS is suited to 2miles, but he isn’t getting any younger.scary that Balko is likely to be better still on good ground. I fancied monalee for the JLT this year and still think that’s his trip, so it’ll be interesting with Henry having two potential darts at the Ryanair, will he try and make one a GC contender? Personally don’t think Monalee has a hope of staying well in a GC the way he races, so it would have to be Balko.

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    I really like Monalee too Jack. He looks ideal for a Ryanair next season. I think he’d have have Shattered Love an absolute belter of a race in the JLT but the owner had a lumpy antepost bet on Monalee for the RSA hence running there.

    Ideally, De Bromhead wanted him in the JLT apparently. He looks like a Ryanair horse even at this stage. With Douvan, UDS, BDF, Waiting Patiently, Monalee, Top Notch, Fox Norton, etc it looks like being a cracker of a race of even half of those make it.

    It gets a bad reputation the Ryanair but I’m a massive fan of it.

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    viktors89
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    I believe Kalashnikov might be very, very good chasing, so does his trainer.
    8s in hills to win any race look tempting to me.

    I had some of the 10s on blow by blow too.

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    Nathan Hughes
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    FFS, it would be. As much use as a chocolate fireguard for me that. Cheers anyway.

    Didtheyleaveuoutto
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    botchy1
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    That’ll do Nathan, cheers. :good:

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    Samcro, Altior and Laurina to win any race – 25/1 request a bet price

    Is it me or is that bonkers? I’d have thought it be about 8/1 – 12/1

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    Nathan Hughes
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    With skybet MOM, completely agree
    Already on it.
    Had the 3 with Might Bite aswell at 150/1 they soon dropped it to 100/1 and I went in again
    Think the 20’s on O’Brien winning the 5 classics was wrong at 20’s now 14’s
    and Rossa Ryan at 3’s in apprentice title race is a very fair price

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    #1348886
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    I don’t know a lot about the apprentices so I’ll leave that market alone.

    One bet I like is Poland to win their group of the Euros at 7/4 Bet365. Market looks wrong to me.

    Like that bet with might bite too. I’ll throw a few quid at it in the hope they all make it next year.

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    Nathan Hughes
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    80/1 now the 4 fold
    Lets hope they all make it
    and win……… :yahoo:
    Only 350 odd days to go

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    Gladiateur
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    Santini at 14s for the RSA. Looks a big frame of a horse at the moment and should take the world of beating once he goes over a fence.

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    KevMcAlley
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    I took some 16s as soon as he crossed the line earlier. He’s some horse for the future and can’t wait to see him over the big ones.

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