March 13, 2007 at 19:12 #44605
11 left in the champion with the most notable absente being Sporazene. River City looks to have good e.w value.
<br>1 /32-12 Ashley Brook (IRE) <br>2 B-U4U1 Dempsey (IRE)<br>3 2-13P2 Justified (IRE) <br>5 -54244 Mister McGoldrick <br>6 11-4F1 Newmill (IRE) <br>7 141111 Nickname (FR) <br>8 U-9320 Oneway (IRE) <br>9 P1-343 River City (IRE) <br>10 044792 Sybellius D’artaix (FR) <br>11 12-21U Voy Por Ustedes (FR) <br>12 1221/1 Well Chief
<br>March 13, 2007 at 19:22 #44606FlashMember
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Ground will surely not be soft enough for Nickname.
Three horse race – Well Chief, Voy Por Ustedes and Newmill.
These three are way above the others just a case of choosing the right one.March 13, 2007 at 19:36 #44607AidanMember
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Nickname is not good enough and surely will be a non runner? Its a case of how far he wins for Well Chief.March 13, 2007 at 19:40 #44608
LOL Danny are you glad the trainer saw sense with Sporazene?March 13, 2007 at 19:42 #44609
The Trainers giving Sporazene a rest before he goes to Aintree and wins the national. :biggrin:March 13, 2007 at 19:53 #44610
the national award for worst jumpers?March 13, 2007 at 19:58 #44611
Cannot have Well Chief on my mind; nor the game Ashleybrook. More bounce here than kickout time Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â in a Walsall nightclub.
Nickname is not going to like that ground, (on all known form) and Newmill won a forgettable renewal last year. Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
VPU is the most solid of the market leaders and is the most likely winner in my book – but is an unremarkable price.
To this end, (and agreeing with Danny above), I have backed River City (win and place) at prices. With every ray of sunshine falling on Prestbury Park, his chance improves.
Fat as a friar at Ascot; a Spring, good ground horse with high class track form and from a yard that exists only for Cheltenham.
(As for Monet’s running in the Ryanair. What an opportunity wasted! Could have won this with pony jockey Rose Davison on top. *grumble*).March 13, 2007 at 20:04 #44612
Quote: from FlatSeasonLover on 8:53 pm on Mar. 13, 2007[br]the national award for worst jumpers?
No he’s not going for that the competition is to strong Dempsey is by far a worse jumper than Sporazene, which Dempsey will prove tomorrow.March 13, 2007 at 20:10 #44613
I hope you’re wrong, GH, but I’m prepared to listen.
What about the bounce factor?March 13, 2007 at 20:12 #44614
You do no Sporazene isn’t running don’t you Grasshopper. and i agree with you Well Chief will win easily with Newmill and River City making up the places.March 13, 2007 at 20:37 #44615AlchemistParticipant
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I agree Grassy.
If the real WC turns up, he will hose up imo.
I really cannot see why so many people rate this VPU so highly.March 13, 2007 at 22:40 #44616
Well, I’ll look forward to watching the race tomorrow then, GH. Should be a good one.:biggrin:March 13, 2007 at 23:12 #44617
I don’t buy this bounce factor at all.
Only thing I am worrying about is how much bottle I can conjur up tomorrow to put on Well Chief.March 14, 2007 at 00:00 #44618davidjohnsonMember
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There’s a very good chance that Newmill could run better than he did last year and fail to win. If Well Chief is as good as he was, he’ll win comfortably, the winning distance will depend on where Murphy asks him for his effort. Newbury suggested to me that he probably is as good as he was. Wouldn’t be worried about the bounce as I’d imagine he’s had harder races on the gallops.March 14, 2007 at 00:23 #44619clivexMember
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"bounce" for me is simply when they are rushed back a little too quickly
Not quite sure i can back him at 7/4 (tomorrow is a very tricky day all round) but would love to see him win…would be a massive cheer too
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