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    roblester
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    were all still gutted about iris’s gift, but hopefully the new horse will run well tomorrow. he ran well against shiwawa when finishing 4th 1st time out. is anybody at uttoxeter tomorrow? anything fancied, i could do with the christmas funds boosting!

    rob

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    seabird
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    Good luck tomorrow, Rob.

    I wish the old boy well.

    I haven’t looked at tomorrow’s racing yet but I’ll post something if I can see a winner for you!;)

    Colin

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    bluechariot
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    I like your jockey, well worth his 7lb, he rode loads of ptp winners in Ireland for Tony Martin before joining Johnjo. I think your horse needs to improve a bit from his last run to win this. Dartnall does well here but the one that catches my eye is Jungleland, should be a price and great bumper breeding.<br>

    (Edited by bluechariot at 12:23 am on Dec. 16, 2006)

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    Zoz
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    Best of luck tomorrow 🙂

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    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from bluechariot on 10:28 pm on Dec. 14, 2006[br]I like your jockey, well worth his 7lb, he rode loads of ptp winners in Ireland for Tony Martin before joining Johnjo. <br>

    <br>Yep, agreed. Farrelly has looked pretty handy on his mounts over here this summer and autumn – I saw him in the flesh riding a winner at Towcester at the start of last month and had the good impression confirmed once more.

    gc<br>

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    lucky jack
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    good luck <br>try the course specialist Young Lorcan<br>loves heavy going and a good jockey<br>booking

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    cormack15
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    Very best of luck with your new horse Rob. If he is half as good as IG you’ll be looking at some fun times ahead.

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    davidjohnson
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    Not sure Farrelly is quite as good as some are making out. 2 horses he should have won on that he didn’t are Fort ord at Huntingdon and Carnival Town at Chepstow.

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    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from davidjohnson on 11:30 am on Dec. 15, 2006[br]Not sure Farrelly is quite as good as some are making out. 2 horses he should have won on that he didn’t are Fort ord at Huntingdon and Carnival Town at Chepstow.<br>

    <br>Was at Huntingdon for the former, and from this remove it looked like a simple fumbling of the whip close home. Wouldn’t be the first jock ever to have done that.

    He’d done very well indeed to get a win out of the same horse at Sandown just before that, I thought.

    gc<br>

    (Edited by graysonscolumn at 12:01 pm on Dec. 16, 2006)

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