Diamiond Jubilee stakes

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    darren83
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    THE TIN MAN 14/1

    Before he bolt up at Ascot i had him in mind for Wokingham this year but he blew that handicap mark with a easy win over CD.Ran in champions sprint was a carear best by him.There is more progress in him this year.And as Fanshawe has shown in previous years where it be Deacon Blues or Society Rock he can get sprinters bang in form at royal meeting.

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    CharlesOlney
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    CHAUTAUQUA

    I know it’s still a long way off – but after seeing that performance in Hong Kong, how on earth do you stop this thing?

    The 5/1 went just as quick as Tommy Berry.

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    darren83
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    The Tin Man bolt up last night at Windsor if in same form at Ascot be hard to beat

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    darren83
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    How we see this race going guys any bets from you guys

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    stevecaution
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    Darren, I didn’t catch The Tin Man at 14/1 but got 12/1 for him here and for the July Cup, with the thinking being he’d shorten for the latter race if winning this.

    I am not mega confident but he looked a big price at the time.

    Three of the horses who ran behind him at Windsor ran behind Ayr Gold Cup winner Don’t Touch since then and Watchable ran a good third, having looked to have actually had the race in the bag at one stage.

    Charlie Hill’s Magical Memory is the big danger. The stable had a good run from Cotai Glory as runner up to Profitable in the Kings Stand and in Magical Memory they have a tough and talented sprinter, who may be a slightly less talented version of Muharrar but there won’t be too much ground between the two.

    I can’t have Twilight Son with the Candy team struggling for winners and Suedois might be some value at 14/1 each-way.

    Fingers crossed for The Tin Man here but Magical Memory at 4/1 is arguably a shade better value at the moment.

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

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    raymo61
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    I have to agree with you Steve. I too am on Magical Memory at 4/1 and Suedois at 14/1.

    I think The Tin Man is all about potential and I would sooner back one at 4/1 that has done it rather than the other that could and probably will do it in the future.

    The only other one to maybe consider is Mattmu at 25/1 but he has been beaten twice this year by Magical Memory but could run into a place.

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    RacingLife
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    Hi Guys,

    I was just looking at the form for this race and I am leaning towards Twilight Son – the ground has come right for him and Henry Candy did say before his reappearance that he would need the run, whereas today he seems more bullish. If the horse is back to his best form of last year then he will surely be hard to beat?

    @ Steve / Darren – would the fact that the stable is not firing really put you off that much? I haven’t made a bet on the race yet down to this fact – I think you are both superb judges on the flat and although I don’t post on here often I do browse a lot so I am slightly uneasy going against your selections.

    Thanks.
    Conor

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    SeaBirdII
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    Not convinced the locals are as good as the foreign raiders personally. The latter have been running in much better fields imo, yet are available at excellent value odds. Will probably end up backing all three of the non-europeans.

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    Gingertipster
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    Darren, I didn’t catch The Tin Man at 14/1 but got 12/1 for him here and for the July Cup, with the thinking being he’d shorten for the latter race if winning this.

    I am not mega confident but he looked a big price at the time.

    Three of the horses who ran behind him at Windsor ran behind Ayr Gold Cup winner Don’t Touch since then and Watchable ran a good third, having looked to have actually had the race in the bag at one stage.

    Charlie Hill’s Magical Memory is the big danger. The stable had a good run from Cotai Glory as runner up to Profitable in the Kings Stand and in Magical Memory they have a tough and talented sprinter, who may be a slightly less talented version of Muharrar but there won’t be too much ground between the two.

    I can’t have Twilight Son with the Candy team struggling for winners and Suedois might be some value at 14/1 each-way.

    Fingers crossed for The Tin Man here but Magical Memory at 4/1 is arguably a shade better value at the moment.

    Came on here to give my opinion, but you’ve said all I wanted to say Steve. :good:

    Got ante-post bets on both The Tin Man and Magical Memory.

    value is everything
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    BigG
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    Hats off to Ryan Moore, he’s taken some flack of late, some deservedly, but
    that was an awesome ride, very strong at the finish to get Twilight Son in
    front at the line. Well done sir :good:

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