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He’s Everyone’s Samcro this year Dazler. I wanted to see the form tested first, and once the second bolted up at the weekend i had a go at the 16s.
Hopefully makes it out this weekend but with the lack of rain around i’m not sure he will be.
Should have come on for the run last time and should go well again at a track he really likes and the ground should be spot on for him also.
Ground should be GS which he’ll really enjoy and think the 12F is probably his ideal trip, not staying 14F two starts ago and staying on strongly to win on the line over 10F last time. Hughie is a great target trainer and this has been his plan most of the year.
King Of Comedy was very disappointing yesterday at Redcar.
Lovely thing to wake up to on a dull Tuesday morning
I try and keep notes of horses in a spreadsheet to get me started at the start of the flat/jumps season. Sample of a few –
Baghdad – Rated 100 and the form of his Royal Ascot win is superb. If he’s back in good health next season he’ll win more good races.
More Than This – Fahey yard backed this beast like they were watching the replay at Goodwood and he stayed on nicely to win them the lot. If he’s over his injury he could be one to follow off 98 stepping up to a mile+
Fashion’s Star – Charlton breeze up that looked a right weapon on debut over 7F. Mile be perfect next season.
Shades Of Blue – Kodiac filly so could just be a precocious 2YO but her form is very good and think she’s one to follow if coming back looking decent next season.
Thought Thomas Darby was very impressive last weekend at Cheltenham, easily beating my early fancy for this Sebastopol.
Surprised you can still get 33s about TD, and although i haven’t taken it yet, i’m tempted. Olly Murphy is a serious operator that the bookies seem to be underrating slightly, or at least maybe is with this hoss.
Dorells Pierji was decent last week i thought. Looked to enjoy grinding it out.
Can’t see past Cross Counter here if he’s not been affected too much from his leg cut.
Thanks for organising this Bobby!
Altior – Star Horse
Cracksman could’ve been as good as Frankel – Heard it all now. He loves Ascot in the soup!
Great horses win when they should have lost – If he was truly great he’d have won that Irish Derby when things were against him.
Coral have a lengths handicap priced up on this race and it’s brilliantly intriguing.
6/1 the field – Cracksman giving CO 1.25L, Capri 3L etc.
Very good if you can’t find a bet in the win market and still want an interest.
Ground is a concern to FOH Also? he’s no form of worth on slow ground.
I’m not speaking about October. It was in reply to the following –
Also the season is certainly skewed heavily to firmer ground horses and more so perhaps with warming over the years?
Small anteposts i’ve had to date –
Supreme – Sebastopol 20/1
Arkle – Kalashnikov 14/1
NH Chase – Kilbricken Storm 25/1 & Ballyward 20/1
Ballymore – Commander Of Fleet 16/1
RSA – Santini 16/1 – Half decent stake on this beast.
Ryanair – Monalee 12/1
Free bet Multiples also of both Kalashnikov & Santini going onto Altior to retain the QMCC
Paloma Blue is an interesting hoss, tempted by the Arkle market with him. Fences could just settle him down.