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  • #1477237
    FinalFurlong91
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    Brelan d’as 7/1 for me

    Some very strong trends in his favour and I cant see anything that looks chucked in so something proven in these big field Cheltenham handicaps looks the bet

    3rd in the grand annual, pulled clear 2nd in the betvictor gold cup

    Hopefully 1st in this

    #1477243
    DBRDBRDBRDBR
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    I like Robin des Foret here at 16/1 EW. He showed some good form behind Burrows Saint and Le Richebourg last season. The handicapper hasn’t been too harsh on him and I expect Willie Mullins will have him right for tomorrow.

    Robin des Foret 16/1 EW

    #1477264
    raymo61raymo61
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    I am another one on ROBIN DES FORET here and a save on Secret Investor :good: :good: 14/1 and 7/1

    :good:

    #1477281
    greenasgrass
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    Mullins website suggests Robin may need the run but I can’t not back him.
    Keeper Hill jumped well on reappearance so added him

    Robin des Foret 18-1
    Keeper Hill 20-1

    Both ew

    #1477303
    All Jeff
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    Robin Des Foret is my ew bet as well. 16-1 with 5 places looks very appealing.

    I’ll bet Brelan D’As for the win, but the price has just went a bit.

    #1477306
    BigGBigG
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    It’s turning into the nightmare before Christmas for me with both my ante post picks
    not making it to post. I’m hoping that Clomdaw Castle at 8/1 might claw
    back a little of what’s already floating down the Suwannee. A couple of nice wins were
    followed by a decent 4th in the Arkle. He ran a good race on his comeback behind Diego
    De Charmil, and that one franked the form with a 2nd in a good handicap behind a very
    well treated Capeland who was raised 10lbs for that win. I think he’ll run a big race.

    #1477314
    Venture to CognacVenture to Cognac
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    I really should stick with Brelan D’As, but I took the 40’s EW to the 5 places for Imperial Presence.

    #1477315
    SteeplechasingSteeplechasing
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    Knocknanus

    Saver on Warthog

    Good luck

    Never argue with a fool. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience, then onlookers might not be able to tell the difference. https://lazybet.com/

    #1477316
    Mike007
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    Wd winners.

    #1477317
    Venture to CognacVenture to Cognac
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    Well played Joe

    #1477318
    He Didnt Like Ground
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    Backed spirit of games e.w ….drat rather than bugger , been backing venietta at Hereford as well so I’ve right to complain

    #1477319
    greenasgrass
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    WD Joe…watching him go backwards in the last hundred yards of the BetVictor I didn’t think he could do that today.
    Pleased with Robin d F and a lovely confidence giving ride by Bowen.
    Good race.

    #1477328
    SteeplechasingSteeplechasing
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    Thanks to all, and to winning posters who were more timely and detailed than I was.

    I broke my pelvis and wrist 4 weeks ago in a freakish motor cycling accident in the front garden. Physio, hallucinations, a variation of PTSD, pins, splints, wire, screws a fancy new pubic door, a brief experience in a rundown Glasgow hospital in the wee hours of this morning with a 6ft 4 inch, rod-straight, ballet-fit man of 86 who lay still in his bed, wearing a long, thick, blonde female wig, the only change in him I had seen since being admitted many hours before.

    Three hours later when the consultant arrived, I heard from behind the closing curtains that the ballet man’s biopsy had been benign. He began moving graciously into the 87th year of his life. I headed out into the Glasgow winter world and a year that was becoming less surreal with every day.

    Never argue with a fool. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience, then onlookers might not be able to tell the difference. https://lazybet.com/

    #1477359
    FinalFurlong91
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    Robin des foret has gone in my tracker

    Travelled like a horse ahead of his mark before perhaps lacking for fitness

    #1477360
    Venture to CognacVenture to Cognac
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    Generally 25’s for The Paddy Power Chase FF, I thought that would have been more popular after the way he shaped today.

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