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    Arsene Abitbol
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    Hi everybody,

    3.00 LEICESTER, in the Class 4 Hcp, Norwegian Dancer looks very well treated. He made a very encouraging return at Chester, in a race won by Harbinger. He was far from ridiculous having set a nice tempo and keeping on same pace in similar ground than today’s. Today the company he faces is much lesser AND IT’S HARD TO SEE HIM finishing FURTHER THAN THIRD. So for me it s NORWEGIAN DANCER – 7/1 on Betfair. – EACH WAY.
    Alternative : one horse i’d be wary of is Hannon’s Capitelli.
    Good luck to you all.
    Please fell free to visit my blog : http://www.europeanhorseracing.blogspot.com

    Bye

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    davidbrady
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    Welcome to the forum and good luck

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    Gerald
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    Hi Arsene, just read you Blog.

    The Prix du Jockey-Club isn’t called the French Derby – it is called the Prix du Jockey-Club.

    When its distance was cut from 2400m to 2100m, the distance of the Grand Prix de Paris was increased at the same time from 2000m to 2400m.

    Therefore, when we use the phrase, "French Derby", I think it should now apply to the Grand Prix de Paris.

    You were wanting the French Derby to provide serious contenders for the Arc. Well, the GPdP winner in 2006 was Rail Link.

    The French might have pulled off a masterstroke with the GPdeP – I became annoyed that the inconsequential race of my childhood, the Irish Derby, went on to become the race where the winners of the English & French Derbies met to slug it out as to who was better, meaning that the Irish Derby was now somehow better than the Epsom Derby. Now, you might be able to get the winners of the English & Irish Derbies slugging it out in the Grand Prix de Paris.

    Gerald

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