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    :yahoo:

    #1687290
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    It is comedy gold, isn’t it?

    Gets 16/1 with a bookmaker he won’t name against an O’Brien filly that has just bolted up in a Group 1. Sticks to the story despite at least half a dozen experienced punters telling him he is taking the mickey. And then says he has cashed out as soon as O’Brien said the filly has had a setback.

    My date of birth was not 17th March 2024…

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    You’ve got to hand it to Cash-Out Boy, he’s more consistent than any horse in training – you can set your watch (or smart phone in the modern era) by him.

    Yes, pure Comedy Gold – who needs a subscription to “Dave” when you’ve got this?

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    Mike007
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    No comedy here, only facts :o)

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    Worth noting a few of Opera Singers half sibs who were group race winners at 2 didnt train on or had issues at 3.

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    Get in!

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    :wacko:

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    Cinderella’s Dream 14/1 EW

    Unbeaten in 4 starts, progressive and has already fired in 2 wins at Meydan.
    Last time out she showed how talented she is when her saddle slipped on the bend 5 furlongs from home and William Buick lost his irons but somehow he managed to ride her almost bareback style picking up lost ground and forging ahead to win by 5 and a half lengths, That was some performance by horse and jockey and she’s an exciting prospect for the season ahead.
    . :heart:

    Now have my two fillies for this race…

    See The Fire – 33/1 EW
    Cinderellas Dream – 14/1 EW

    (To come home with all her shoes on B-) )
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    Mike007
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    As long as it don’t rain Fallen Angel’s turn of foot ought to be good enough.

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    One Look back out tomorrow at Cork over 7f
    She only ran the once as a two year old, but even although thrown in the deep end she made mince meat of an experienced Cherry Blossom that day. Admittedly Cherry Blossom may be better over shorter
    I wonder if it was by design to only run One Look the once? It was late September so probably so. You’d think with only the one run that they expect her to have no worries training on.
    Out so soon could indicate the plan is the English over Irish route, find out tomorrow I guess and at least she will have another run behind her
    I’ve parted with a tenner at 10’s just incase as with Opera Singer out I’m not overly in love with the others
    If she can’t beat those tomorrow with ease it would be game over

    Blackbeard to conquer the World

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    Unusual route to take in an Auction Race (that she should win at 1-4) to then attempt to win an English Guineas.
    Will probably halve in price after tomorrow’s stroll, whether she is that good when she takes on the ‘big girls’ I will leave to others to decide.

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    It is unusual Mike but its a run under the belt without having to be fully extended you would think. Many will/might go the guineas without a prep.
    Cherry Blossom is a half big girl, Mike. At least a proper two year old, hard and race fit, she got closer to the Cheveley park winner than she did One Look and One Look took care of her without much fuss on debut.

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    Can’t have ylang-ylang for the guineas. Looks an oaks filly to me. Could well be a big price winner especi :rose: ally if the rain keeps coming down. Content ew seems a very decent bet. Always guessing as to who has trained on and also improved from 2 to 3. Get a better idea when they are in the paddock.

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    I’m quietly confident Cinderella’s Dream will put in a good run. UAE 1000 Guineas may not be the most prestigious race but the manner of her win was eye-catching.

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    Weather forecast looks quite a bit better than it did a few days ago. :good:

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    I do like Cindarella’s Dream a lot Kwadan. Just a case of is the price of 28 too good? ie Is she a likely runner? :unsure:

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    REGAL JUBILEE 33/1

    This not a good race to previous years and think she suprise people. Ran well on return at 7f a return to 1m suit a CD winner if rain comes she love it to.

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