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    Nathan Hughes
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    I see Harry Sherbert is saying this race will suit Qemah better than what the French 1000 guineas did. As She pulls hard and they should go faster here. Well Harry you old dog they just may go slow. How many three year old fillies are in this ownership, surely they can find a pacemaker of there own.
    Qemah does however look guaranteed to be a runner so at 10/1 looks an okay bet with many likely to drop out.

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    raymo61
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    Dermot Weld sending Tanaza over Nath and he don’t send em to Royal Ascot for a laff!! 20/1 might be a sporting bet

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    thejudge1
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    I like nemoralia here.

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    Market all over Jet Setting. Unless the ground dries the race is likely to cut up and the outcome probably revolves around whether she has recovered from the Irish Guineas.

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    Having been all the rage Jet Setting has been pretty uneasy since she was sold. Strange, perhaps more to it than a fear of drying ground?

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    stevecaution
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    I did Jet Setting for this race at 4/1. It seemed clear at the time that Ballydoyle and Nemoralia would not run. I also had a small saver on Nathra.

    Nemoralia is still in the field but the trainer seemed very resigned to the fact that she would probably come out of this race.

    Minding won the Oaks and Pretty Perfect dotted up at Cork last weekend, so the form looks pretty good. Jet Setting was also 10 lengths clear of the third that day and if it’s soft she should go off 6/4 in my opinion.

    Thanks for the good crack. Time for me to move on. Be lucky.

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    thejudge1
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    I think Noseda has changed his tune Steve. She is buzzing at home so he really wants to run her, especially as this was the plan all along.

    Don’t think the ground is going to be that bad unless they get hit with much more rain, although there are possible thunderstorms. As the race has cut up if you do get drying ground I think she’ll be very hard to beat.

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    stevecaution
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    I think Noseda has changed his tune Steve. She is buzzing at home so he really wants to run her, especially as this was the plan all along.

    Don’t think the ground is going to be that bad unless they get hit with much more rain, although there are possible thunderstorms. As the race has cut up if you do get drying ground I think she’ll be very hard to beat.

    Maybe he has. He’s not really a trainer I follow. There seems very little value in trainers such as himself, Roger Varian, Ed Dunlop and William Haggas in my experience.

    You have to respect her chance but for now she is a Listed winner only and the form of that looks nothing special in the runs that have come out of it since.

    Jet Setting is a Group 1 winner and her form is at a higher level. She has mixed it with an Oaks and Guineas winner and has been keeping stronger company than Nemoralia. 7/1 Nemoralia is a fair enough price but they may yet take her out so that’s a gamble. Once they go NRNB we will see what odds they are offering but for all that she hosed up 6l last time I doubt she beat much.

    I’ll just stick to the two I have picked regardless of the ground.

    Thanks for the good crack. Time for me to move on. Be lucky.

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    IBRacing
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    I have 6/1 Jet Setting for this. As long as the ground doesn’t dry out she’ll be hard to beat here. Any more rain all the better in fact the more it rains the better her chance.

    That said I can’t tip rubbish at Ascot this week so she’ll probably finish last. :negative:

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    steeplechasing
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    Promising Run looks outstanding each way vale at 50/1. Coming back in trip after a solid run in the Musidora should help her settle. Suspect she could trade quite short in running compared with Betfair SP

    Have backed Besharah too, who likes it here (131). Looks too big at 20s

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    SeaBirdII
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    I still like Nemoralia. I know the ground is not perfect but it’s been drying out of late and I reckon she could be a bit special.

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    Going to be very hard to head Jet Setting I think, the french horse has the best turn of foot in the race and if she is travelling well then she wins it but french horses I find are weak and not that strong. If the french jock is niggling at her she has no chance.

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    Thank You! WHAT AN EXCELLENT ROYAL ASCOT!!!

    #1252013
    ivanjica
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    Interesting to see what the fractions were. To the naked eye Foley seemed to commit suicide on the front end. On lines through Ballydoyle, Jet Setting ought to have finished in front of both Quemah and Nemoralia.

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    IBRacing
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    Interesting to see what the fractions were. To the naked eye Foley seemed to commit suicide on the front end. On lines through Ballydoyle, Jet Setting ought to have finished in front of both Quemah and Nemoralia.

    I think the ground went against Jet Setting. The downpours that were forecast around Ascot have missed the track since Tuesday and the ground has dried up quite considerably.

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