March 10, 2007 at 08:43 #1058SeagullMember
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Meeting kicks off with the Supreme Novices.<br>Amaretto Rose looks to have a decent chance and the mares allowance could be vital and the Irish raiders dont look that strong but there is ‘word’ that Freddie Williams has laid Mouse Morris Shanghide to lose 200K EW (just 50/1 with Ladbrokes but was 100/1 with Boyles and S James. <br>If the ground starts to dry up the Henderson horse could be taken on, De Valira is a drifter on betfair.<br>My bets so far just Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£20 ew @100/1 Shanghide.March 10, 2007 at 09:06 #44324seabirdParticipant
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I like Amaretto Rose as well, and I will be interested in Sir Boreas Hawk if Alan Swinbank decides to run him.
ColinMarch 10, 2007 at 12:15 #44325SuperSlippersMember
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Amaretto Rose is a worthy favourite but I cannot back a horse at such a short price in a competitive race. They go very fast and it will be a test of stamina. I like the look of GRANITE JACK each way as Nicholls seems confident. Clopf might come out best of the irish as he seems to have a good attitude.March 10, 2007 at 12:31 #44330SuperSlippersMember
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Thanks for the info Trackside.
As I said, I’m on Granite Jack so I would be quite happy if a few more dropped out lol.March 10, 2007 at 12:38 #44332cormack15Keymaster
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Can anyone explain to me De Valira’s price relative to Wins Now and Orbit O’Gold? He’s trading at about 10s on Betfair with Wins Now three times and Orbit O’Gold six times his price yet on the Form Book there’s little between the three of them.March 11, 2007 at 16:10 #44334AnzumMember
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Can’t give an answer to that Gus Kennedy.
My view is Amaretto Rose is extremely poor value, but then I don’t really fancy any of the Irish horses. As a result I fancy Granit Jack at the moment. Nicholls thinks very highly of him and his form last time out has been franked by Missis Potts. He’ll be staying on up the hill in what is normally a fast run race. He looks each way valueMarch 12, 2007 at 09:40 #44335AragornMember
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I’m going to back Tyson at fancy prices assuming he runs. Showed that 2m on soft ground holds no fears, this is often won by a classy ex flat horse and although he could do with more experience I’m going to have an each way bet on him..March 12, 2007 at 09:52 #44338SalselonMember
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I’m on Granit Jack also, at 33/1, as he seemed to have very valid excuses for his first 2 performances in England.
His form in France entitles him to have a very reasonable chance. Also, it can’t be a bad sign if a trainer as forthcoming as Nicholls describes him favourably with last years winner, Noland.March 12, 2007 at 10:36 #44339AnzumMember
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Agreed Salselon. Wishing I’d had him at 33/1 now though!March 12, 2007 at 11:38 #44341clivexMember
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Lucky enough to be on amaretto at 14’s.
Judging by Hedersons confidence and the way the conditions have come up, still would consider backing at 3’s (if i hadnt already..)March 12, 2007 at 12:51 #44344zomeMember
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Yep.March 12, 2007 at 13:50 #44347stevedvgMember
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She’s a very short price, but IMO everything is pointing towards Amaretto Rose.
SteveMarch 12, 2007 at 15:38 #44348GrimesParticipant
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Maybe I should have, but I haven’t given up on Tipperary Allstar. Though I’ve also taken good prices about a few others in smaller amounts.
<br>(Edited by Grimes at 6:22 pm on Mar. 12, 2007)<br>
(Edited by Grimes at 6:22 pm on Mar. 12, 2007)March 12, 2007 at 16:18 #44350doyleyParticipant
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Charlie Mann’s MY TURN NOW would have an Each way shout if turning up. :)
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