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Yanworth, play or lay?

We now know that 12 go to post for the Champion Hurdle on Tuesday and knowing what lines up now I thought I’d take another look at Yanworth. Is he a play, or a lay? The plain fact is, I’m seeing more negatives than positives. Firstly, the only jockey to …

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Cheltenham update 11/03/17

The news that came through today regarding MOON RACER going for the Champion Hurdle in preference to the Supreme Novices’ wasn’t wholly unexpected given what had been said in recent weeks. David Pipe said: “We discussed all the options open to Moon Racer with the horse’s connections as he had entries in …

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RSA Chase

This doesn’t look anything like as strong as usual and it’s becoming one of those races trainers do not send their best staying novices for…in my humble opinion. i do like working on this race though and last years Profiling produced a cracking good result: “RSA CHASE It’s not all …

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Champion Hurdle

A total mess as far as having a bet right now is concerned. I do not even know what is definitely running and which of those that need supplementing will come on board so you could not bet this race right now. This problem has come about because of the …

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Supreme Novices’ Hurdle

This has been won by an Irish trained runner in six of the last 10 years and in three of the last four, with a Willie Mullins trained horse winning those three and one other. It makes sense, therefore, to look first at what he has entered up: MELON BUNK …

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Is the Mullins domination good for racing?

I’m having a problem with this. Tomorrow we may see the smallest Supreme Novices’ line up since Willie Mullins won it two years ago with Champagne Fever. That day only 12 went to post and was the smallest field this century. On that day Mullins was responsible for 25% of …

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