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  • #20204
    darren83
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    DYLAN ROSS 33/1

    Noel Meade loves this horse i think he is a classy horse as well won maiden hurdle on the bit.And Meade has top class novices with
    TEXAS JACK and SWORD OF DESTINY but this fellow will be is best at 2m.Any thoughts from you guys

    #377414
    hurricaneflyhurricanefly
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    Always thought this horse could cause a stir at top level, It will be interesting to see how he fares at Navan, some decent opposition IMO, Laganbank and Il Fenomeno both have a bit about them. 33-1 seems a pretty good price none the less and hopefully he bolts up and them odds will quickly disappear. As usual though this race has so many potential winners , Waheeb and Steps to freedom look the cream of the crop so far to me but it is a race favourites dont usually go well in- Dunguib and Cue Card the most recent to fall victim of favourite tags.

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    JJMSportsJJMSports
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    Like the Irish horses Lovethehigherlaw and Steps to Freedom, preferance for the latter, who should relish the step up in trip judging on todays performance.

    #377500
    thehorsesmouththehorsesmouth
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    JJM, Steps To Freedom won over the Supreme distance yesterday.

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    JJMSportsJJMSports
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    JJM, Steps To Freedom won over the Supreme distance yesterday.

    Apologies, thought was over 2m 4f, seem to win with plenty of hand, will defo go off shorter on the day.

    #382011
    ZamorstonZamorston
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    Dandino

    certainly the one catching my eye in the betting at the moment at 20’s generally…

    Class on the flat and looks the type who could make up into a quality recruit to the NH game, especially under the guidance of Mr Henderson!

    If it wins it’s debut in anything like good style I think it could go much shorter than 20’s….

    #382026
    BosranicBosranic
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    I took 33/1 about

    Hazy Tom

    after Sea Of Thunder’s unlucky fall at Cheltenham this afternoon.

    Charlie Longsdon’s 6YO has won all four of his starts under rules and defeated Sea Of Thunder by 12L last time out, albeit over two miles.

    His overall form is pretty solid and he has been entered in a Grade 2 at Ascot next Friday.

    #384711
    DaveMonkDaveMonk
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    Waaheb caught the eye and I put it in my 10 to follow. Won 3 of its bumpers and 2nd on its last run(just caught last few strides) on its last start. Looks a good recruit for JP Mcmanus and he has left it in training with Dermot Weld.

    10/1 ante post.

    #384722
    HurdygurdymanHurdygurdyman
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    One that seems to have flown under the radar is Donal McCain’s Cinders and Ashes. He disappointed him somewhat in the bumper last year but showed his faith in him wasn’t misplaced when hammering the well fancied Keys over hurdles at Ascot.

    Cinders and Ashes

    is a horse with a big future and can still be backed at 20/1

    #384864
    thehorsesmouththehorsesmouth
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    After the Christmas racing I wouldn’t be surprised id Dylan Ross proved to be the surprise package of the Supreme. I’m in danger of following this horse off a cliff and he has a severe case of the Harchibalds but a strongly run race could be the making of him.

    Hurdygurdyman says’s ‘Grandouet is still on the bridle’, I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear ‘Dylan Ross is still on the bridle’ :wink:

    #384874
    Jaralosh
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    I am very keen on Galileo’s Choice, for me he will go close and I have a very nice price about him but its win only, so all or nothing, so will cover the bet on the day.

    #384997
    darren83
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    After the Christmas racing I wouldn’t be surprised id Dylan Ross proved to be the surprise package of the Supreme. I’m in danger of following this horse off a cliff and he has a severe case of the Harchibalds but a strongly run race could be the making of him.

    Hurdygurdyman says’s ‘Grandouet is still on the bridle’, I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear ‘Dylan Ross is still on the bridle’ :wink:

    I wonder what Hurdygurdyman thinks of him he be on the bit coming to the last at Cheltenham.But will Dylan hold on.I hope so.

    #385942
    MarkTTMarkTT
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    The 10-1 quoted for Captain Conan is very poor value. He won today because, i think, he was fitter and more suited to the conditions that his rivals. Big, long striding horse in soft going up that hill.

    As a chaser in the making in the Supreme i think he’d be outpaced.

    He looks ready to jump fences already.

    #385943
    Roseblossom
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    The 10-1 quoted for Captain Conan is very poor value. He won today because, i think, he was fitter and more suited to the conditions that his rivals. Big, long striding horse in soft going up that hill.

    Surely he won today because his rival decided to head off to the stands as soon as the rail ran out!

    #385947
    HurdygurdymanHurdygurdyman
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    Fitter? how could a horse who hasn’t run since June be fitter than 2 winning horses who ran in the last month?

    Conditions perhaps, but that was a class act from a fairly inexperienced horse. He’s actually got to the front before the commentator said he did or beore the rail ran out but he’s got very tired himself, his stride visually shortening 50 yds from the line and allowed the other horse to get back to him.

    He’ll come on tons for that and if he met that horse again in a fortnight he’d beat him in a canter IMVHO.

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