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  • in reply to: Triumph hurdle 2017 #1292998
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    I can see LOGH winning as he gives his best on good ground. I did rev forecast LOGH and CP, I hope Mega Fortune will handle the ground and gets into the frame. This race looks to be much better quality than Supreme, we will see…

    in reply to: Triumph hurdle 2017 #1292823
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    Henderson quoted saying” I could of put Divin Bere in the triumph, but Charli Parcs is just different class”

    I hope he is right, but I have mixed feelings about CP. Everything would look different to me if Yanworth would have won CH and Divin Bere bolted up in FW. But at this stage I think there is really not much between DDS and CP, why on earth DDS didn’t run in so weak Supreme if he is so good? Ground was perfect for him on the first day, also weight allowance would increase significantly his chances of winning. It all stinks to me, but I hope Henderson knows what he says…But just in case CP will not prove to be shining star, I have saver on Mega Fortune.

    in reply to: Ryanair Chase 2017 #1292440
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    Judge, I think you would be better off if u were laying horses, which you gonna back. Good luck mate! Please don’t jinx Mega Fortune for me , please :good: UDS wins…

    where you from hayper, you sound foreign.

    Maybe not had the best of runs but I’ll turn it around. But thanks for rubbing it in anyway. You know it’s going badly when you’re being ragged by someone who thinks Neon Wolf is a “juvenile” :negative:

    Oh sorry I was just taking a piss…no hard feelings :good: Off course Neon Wolf is not juvenile, thanx. It’s not an easy game, I hope you will get some winners! Good luck!!!

    in reply to: Ryanair Chase 2017 #1292420
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    Judge, I think you would be better off if u were laying horses, which you gonna back. Good luck mate! Please don’t jinx Mega Fortune for me , please :good: UDS wins…

    in reply to: RSA Chase 2017 #1292417
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    I am really happy that Might Bite won, I was confident about this horse despite lots of controversy regarding him. [”Scorpion”, ”has to much speed”, ”won’t stay up the hill”, ”one of the biggest lays of the festival”] Well, I am very glad that ”one of the biggest lays of the festival” turned into on of the greatest performances at this festival.

    in reply to: Neptune novices hurdle 2017 #1292396
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    As I expected is wasn’t very easy race for Neon Wolf, he is not a greatest novices we have seen this year. He is on true OR below 150. It wasn’t outstanding Neptune, rather poor I would say (also poor time comparing to Coral Cup). NW wouldn’t have won Supreme anyhow (Elgin well beaten into 7th position and River Wylde, which easily beat Elgin at Kempton, finished just 3rd 10L behind the winner). Conclusion: Neon Wolf is not one of the greatest novices we have seen this season, neither Charli Parcs…(sorry to say that as a big fan of this horse). I would say Mega Fortune will beat CP in the Triumph on Friday. I don’t even mention DDS and his miraculous mark 155 – he would get prize money in Champion Hurdle if he is so good as his rating says haha.

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Bumper #1292133
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    Cause Toujours looks like a different class horse, although he beat nothing on his last start tanking on the bridle, he still managed to click faster time than Willoughby Court and Tommy Rapper earlier on the cards. Just watch the way how strong he was at the finish, jockey couldn’t stop him, he is a horse to follow whatever route he will go after this bumper. Skelton knows how to get a winner at Cheltenham, it might be his best chance.

    in reply to: Fred Winter #1292122
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    Poker Play wins this :good: hope ur right Zark, it would be boost for Charli 😉

    in reply to: Close Brothers Novice Chase #1292069
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    Had a nice bet on Tully East (also double with CDT in Neptune), this horse was 4th last year in Martin Pipe’s, won easily beginners chase, then was thrown into graded company to protect his mark. Fleming is like Pipe, both gets winners at Cheltenham every year. It was masterpiece was Pipe did with Un Temps Pour Tout this season. Willie will have good days as well ( Champion Chase and Gold Cup these both races he would love to win).

    in reply to: Neptune novices hurdle 2017 #1292061
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    I have Neon Wolf in some multi bets, but I am very worried about him, he might be not as good as I thought he could be. That form from Haydock doesn’t look at top level now to me. It’s clear now why Neon Wolf wasn’t bought to Mullin’s yard (Patrick won PTP on Neon Wolf in March 2016). I hope NW wins tomorrow, but it won’t be a big shock if he will find one too good for him.

    in reply to: 2018 Champion Chase #1292039
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    Henderson once said there is still long way for Altior to be like Sprinter Sacre (the same man said that B Power probably beats B D’air on a better ground than soft haha). Sprinter at his best was a proper machine, we might not see horse like him for a long time…Douvan would beat Altior today, but we don’t know if something didn’t go wrong for Altior today.

    in reply to: Neptune novices hurdle 2017 #1291998
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    Consul De Thaix for me (W/O). Either I was right saying on this forum about strength of Ascot handicap, where CDT finished 2nd or I was completely wrong. I will know the answer tomorrow…

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Hurdle #1291965
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    Lol. This game makes fools of all of us mate it ain’t just you, if that’s any consolation.

    Yeah you are right! At least I was right about Yanworth, horse I feared the most won, but I expected BD to be second to BP…Well, never mind, next time I will have more luck for sure. 🙂

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Hurdle #1291947
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    My Nap of the festival Brain Power managed to beat just Cyrus Darius! 😉 haha I think I will never post on this forum to stop misleading people 😉 My second best bet Charli Parcs will probably finish last…

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Hurdle #1291765
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    I can be wrong about BP, so don’t worry…I really wish for you Yanworth to win tomorrow (I had this horse in some multiples couple months ago), good luck Judge with your selection! :good:

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Hurdle #1291755
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    Very good judgment Steve :good: No shadow of a doubt Brain Power is the most likely winner, he just looks like a proper Champion Hurdle horse, where fav Yanworth is highly overrated, even Alan King didn’t believed he had a champion hurdle horse. Yanworth’s form this season is more less the same to form he showed in last year’s Neptune, no sign of the any big improvement, if he runs tomorrow to his official 164 mark and wins Champion Hurdle it will mean ‘he cheated his genes’, because his pedigree looks awful in the champion hurdle contest.

    in reply to: 2017 Champion Hurdle #1291736
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    Personally I think BP is the best horse in the race regarding proven form. It didn’t surprise me his big improvement, because he has en excellent pedigree (by Kalanisi – sire of Champion Hurdle winner Katchit, dam’s sire is Old Vic, the same sire has Annie Power’s dam). Kalanisi’s progeny go really well on good to soft, so on this ground in the race, where Petit Mouchoir and The New One will be lifting pace up , BP will be very hard to beat. I am not worried about Yanworth (he is a good horse though), BD is the main danger. Rev forecast between BP and BD is a sensible bet for me, but I would love to see BP winning and likely he will…

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