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  • #1925
    the welsh wizard
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    The late, much lamented The Sportsman‘s correspondent said in his review of the Totesport Mile heritage h’cap at Goodwood last August that…"runner-up Dunelight ran an absolute blinder [considering he wasn’t afforded the soft lead he got at Ascot the previous week when successful]. and is surely up to winning in listed/pattern company. <br>A bold statement given he carried just 8-4 that day, but after today’s events, a correct one. ;)

    #64228
    seabird
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    Congratulations, wizard.

    It was a very weak Listed race though.;)

    Colin

    #64231
    Prufrock
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    Are you Geoff Lester?

    I think we should be told.<br>

    (Edited by Prufrock at 10:23 am on June 10, 2007)

    #64232
    Anonymous
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    dunelight looked the best one, backing the godolphin horses at the moment is not a wise idea, they dont seem to be running as well, and giving that extra bit at the end. <br>

    #64233
    Mounty
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    Think it was unsuitably fast ground as opposed to anything up with the Godolphin yard that beat Army Of Angels.

    #64234
    Smithy
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    Is this another one of your lodgers performing a heinous piece of aftertiming, prufrock?

    #64235
    seabird
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    Smithy, the fact that it was in print last August suggests it wasn’t after-timing!!;)

    Colin

    #64236
    non vintagenon vintage
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    Having watched the race a couple of times, Army Of Angels was clearly hanging when asked for maximum effort, but then ran on ok. This suggests the ground was probably too quick for it (as has been suggested), plus maybe Goodwood is not an ideal course…

    #64237
    Salselon
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    TWW,

    You are a knob.

    Of the highest order.

    is that allowed?

    #64238
    davidbrady
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    Quote: from Salselon on 9:51 pm on June 10, 2007[br]TWW,

    You are a knob.

    Of the highest order.

    is that allowed?

    Is this the Betfair forum?:biggrin:

    #64239
    davidjohnson
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    I’m just wondering if ‘The Welsh Wizard’ is the man that goes by the psedonym of ‘The Mad Welshman’ in my part of the world

    #64240
    the welsh wizard
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    Quote: from Salselon on 9:51 pm on June 10, 2007[br]TWW,

    You are a knob.

    Of the highest order.

    is that allowed?

    <br>

    Harsh, but fair.

    #64241
    the welsh wizard
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    Quote: from Smithy on 6:30 pm on June 10, 2007[br]Is this another one of your lodgers performing a heinous piece of aftertiming, prufrock?<br>

    When did they move Northampton to the West Country?? :P

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