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  • #6410
    Venusian
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    The Prix D’Amerique comes round again today, with a full field of 18 runners.

    As per usual, no coverage of this €1million race, the most important run in Europe after the Arc, either in the Racing Post or in the betting shops.

    But, supposing I were able to place a bet and could therefore have my arm twisted to do so, I’d go (unimaginatively) for Offshore Dream to retain his title, with Niky being an e/w outsider to scamper into a place, especially if there’s plenty of pace on early. Last week’s Cornulier winner, Magnificent Rodney, may be better under saddle, although having Jos Verbeeck holding the reins won’t do his chances any harm. The 18 runners have between them won well over €15million in career prize money.

    Anywhere I can see the race on the net, does anyone know?

    #138138
    Charlie D
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    Can’t tell you where you can see it, but BF have a market for this race Ven

    #138142
    Venusian
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    Thanks for that, but I have to admit I don’t have an exchange account, must be something to do with my age!

    Looks like I’ll have to wait for it to be posted on Youtube, and watch it there.

    #138176
    Venusian
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    If there’s one thing worse than backing a loser, it’s missing out on a winner!

    #138244
    AngloGerman
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    Try this Venusian:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfjDhX7FJWQ

    Strange, I never got into trotting, although in Germany today, there were THREE trotting meetings and only Neuss holding a racemeeting.

    FYI, if you like your trotting, ZE Turf always do prices (http://www.zeturf.com) on the French and Scandinavian trotting, and Racebets (http://www.racebets.com) are pretty an-European, including the German stuff.

    Darren – AngloGerman

    #138283
    Venusian
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    Thanks for that.

    Like the siren for the "faux depart"!

    It looked like there was a bit of scrimmaging about half a mile out, but Offshore Dream won in brilliant style.

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