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    Nathan Hughes
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    NAP – Shishkin, watch tomorrows race for reasons

    LAY – Klassical Dream, Stayers, plenty of decent bullets running against it

    EACH WAY – Energumene, 14’s Ryanair, gets rerouted after trailing behind Shishkin

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    #1579204
    MoyenneCorniche
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    NAP – Galopin Des Champs, flying machine

    LAY – Bob Olinger, I’ve not been impressed over fences

    EACH WAY – Porticello in the Triumph, barring a fall there’s no way he doesn’t finish in the first three

    #1579231
    TakeYourTime
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    NAP – Honeysuckle. No points for originality but she is far superior to any of her competition. Would need to fall or not make it to the festival to lose, surely.

    LAY – Fil Dor. It looks an uninspiring year for juvenile hurdlers but there must be something better out there than Fil Dor over 2 miles on spring ground.

    EACH WAY – Magic Daze in the Arkle. I really think she will come alive on spring ground over 2 miles. Henry the new king of Cheltenham in recent years, knows how to get them ready. 50s in most places.

    #1579402
    FinalFurlong91
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    Nap- Allaho

    Hes already walloped every other contender

    Lay- galvin

    Just can’t have him as the gold cup winner, dont think a plus tard ran to form at Christmas

    E/w- Good boy Bobby in the ultima

    Will jump and travel from near the pace still got a few lbs in hand off 150 imo

    #1579428
    He Didnt Like Ground
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    Nap Honeysuckle , I’ve a few e.w against here but the only thing beating her is a hurdle

    Lay Bob Olinger , he was a lot better over his fences last time but while he no doubt has a engine I’m not truely convinced his jumping will stand up

    Each way Fiddlerontheroof , wide wide open GC and I’ve Galvin well covered but I really like this lad , he,s consistent and ran a cracker in the Ladbroke were the front 2 were miles in front of the others , ran well behind Monkfish last year and he relished the hill at Carlisle at the start of the season , I have him well covered and will keep playing till March

    #1579627
    Mike007
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    Nap. Honeysuckle. My favourite NH horse looks the number 1 banker.

    Lay. Fil Dor. Needs soft ground imo to stand a winning chance and even then Willie may have one or two up his sleeve.

    Each Way. Echoes In Rain. 12-1 looks big in the County Hurdle.

    #1580075
    Nathan Hughes
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    I’ve greened up on my lay
    and will do a place lay on the day instead depending on opposition

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    #1586235
    Kris
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    Nap Run Wild Fred

    Lay Facile Vega

    ew I want to put Paisley Park, but he’s a bit shorter now, so I will put up Dusart at 20-1 in The Turner Novice Chase

    #1586297
    SirHarryLewis
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    Nap Sir Gerhard
    Lay Constitution hill (expect a drift on the day)
    EW Al boum photo

    SHL

    #1586303
    The Tatling Cheekily
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    Nap – Shan Blue (The Dreaded Ryanair)
    Lay – Tiger Roll (XC)
    E/W – Envoi Allen (CC)

    BUY THE SUN

    #1586352
    Tizaaards Cider
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    Vauban in the triumph. Especially over the new course. Will demolish the ground over the last 3 furlongs and win handsomely.

    E/w. The wolf. (Ultima) Improved form from last year, is a better jumper now and arguably unlucky not to be running off a double penalty and instead gets in 4lb below its mark when finishing 6th in the race last year.

    Lay. Facile vega. Anyone who thinks it’s sensible to be taking odds on in a race of complete unknowns is a fool.

    #1586427
    Ex RubyLight
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    LAY:

    Facile Vega. Not the first overrated bumper horse. The other one at prohibitive odds would be Shishkin. Just because Nicky trained Sprinter Sacre and Altior doesn’t put him in the same league.

    NAP: Constitution Hill. Might be even a decent price against Sir Gerhard and Jonbon.

    EW: Indefatigable in the Stayers. Likes the track and stays all day.

    #1586428
    He Didnt Like Ground
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    Still waiting for someone to lay Honeysuckle …

    #1586454
    Triptych
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    Nap … Protektorat
    Lay … Galvin
    EW …. Gaillard Du Mesnil

    :good:

    Things turn out best for those who make the best of how things turn out...
    #1586471
    Quelle Farce
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    Nap Sire Du Berlais (Pertemps)
    Lay Edwardstone
    EW Couer Sublime (Grand Annual)

    #1586518
    Silver Spoon
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    Nap First Street, County Hurdle
    Lay Conflated, Ryanair
    ew Spiritofthegames, Ultima, if he gets in

    #1586891
    botchy1
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    Nap Colonel Mustard
    Lay Edwardstone
    EW Cobblers Dream

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