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    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    Turko beats Denman?

    The stable’s second string turns over Denman, and I think all hell would break loose. Harry Findlay might do some damage to somebody!

    But I can see it happening. Turko shouldn’t be 20/1, and I have to believe the jockey will be all out to win on him.

    Cailan Alainn and Ungaro are the others I am looking to oppose Denman with, who I am trying to get sunk after it didn’t live up to the hype last year.

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    Aragorn
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    Quote: from FlatSeasonLover on 10:07 am on Mar. 14, 2007[br]Cailan Alainn and Ungaro are the others I am looking to oppose Denman with, who I am trying to get sunk after it didn’t live up to the hype last year.

    Thats who i’ve backed against him. I think he would have preferred it a little softer and the drying ground will help ungaro, although he does seem better on a flat track..

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    stevedvg
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    Denman’s the class act in the race and looks well above his rivals.

    However …

    How often do we say that about a Sun Alliance favourite<br>before seeing him turned over?

    Denman just doesn’t look like a typical Sun Alliance winner to me (too classy!) and, at current prices, I’m against him.

    Steve

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    <br>Denman has yet to prove he stays this trip.<br>One 3m chase and a 3m hurdle, both which he had won a long way from home, are much different from the test he will face today, and he may be found wanting up the hill once again.

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    jonny33
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    anybody who opposed denman should either buy a formbook or give up gambling

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    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    That’s a very interesting response Jonny33.

    I can give an interesting response back. If you want me to take you seriously, contribute to the thread BEFORE the race. I don’t know if your ego is too fragile to risk being laughed at if you get it wrong, but aftertimers don’t really have the creditability to lecture to others.

    #46003
    wilsonlwilsonl
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    Nice one FSL.

    Untill my wallet is made redundant – not too far off now – I wouldn’t back Denman to bet Snowy Morning again

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    Anonymous
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    Quote: from jonny33 on 6:52 pm on Mar. 14, 2007[br]anybody who opposed denman should either buy a formbook or give up gambling<br>

    Jonny

    I can claim creeping senility as an excuse for my ignorance – what’s yours?;)

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    graysonscolumngraysonscolumn
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    Quote: from FlatSeasonLover on 10:07 am on Mar. 14, 2007[br]<br>The stable’s second string turns over Denman, and I think all hell would break loose. Harry Findlay might do some damage to somebody!<br>

    <br>No joy on this occasion, but please God let Findlay be cursing a defeat for Ouninpohja by 5.30 tomorrow afternoon – I put him up as my one horse not to touch with the proverbial claggy stick this season in a piece for the Sp*rtsm*n back in October, and him winning at Taunton first time was annoying enough….. :sad:

    gc<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

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