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    Young MickYoung Mick
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    I think, of all the times which I have backed him this season I am most confident about him now. He has beaten nearly everything in the field and I believe Dutch Art is over hyped. At 6/4 I think theres not much value but I will be backing him.What do people think about his chances and if he is to get beat what horse will be responsible?

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    Sailing Shoes
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    6/4 appears a big price to me…

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    ClintM
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    As Young Mick said, he’s beaten most of his opponents before, and should do again, imho. 6/4 is a play for me.

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    davidbrady
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    I think he will and 6/4 is probably not a bad price either. As a general rule, I don’t tend to back horses that short but he would be my idea of the banker of the first day.

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    clivex
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    Totally agree. Im not sure that we have seen the best of him yet either

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    davidjohnson
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    Lack of pace in the race would be a concern. Looked so good at Newmarket because the gallop was so strong. Pulled hard at the Curragh and wasn’t as impressive, either visually or on the clock. Although O’Brien has some pace angles in the race, I don’t think it will be ruin flat out.

    I was really impressed with Tobosa at Haydock. You don’t win handicaps off 104 easing down if you are not up to pattern standard and I think he’s worth backing at 16/1.

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    yeatsyeats
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    Tobosa is a non runner.

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    the welsh wizard
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    Cockney Rebel continues to be overpriced in his races because he is trained by Geoff Huffer – lump on, the horse would be odds-on if it was trained at Ballydoyle.

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