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Old 06-03-13, 20:11   #21
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Wednesday round up from same preview night.

NEPTUNE NOVICE'S HURDLE

Derek, Andrew, alan and dan all plump for Pont Alexander comfortably.
Only differing voice was once again, pricewise. He plumps for Taquin Du Seuil. he said he has won 3 of his 4 races by 30 lengths, and he agrees with John Joe o Neill who has high hopes for him.


RSA CHASE

Alan King says Dynaste is unbeatable and fantastic value at 9/4. dan skelton said Unioniste needed his last run and 10/1 is a massive price for him.
Segal agreed. He reckons unioniste is a superp jumper and will love the track/ground. He said the irish horses in this had no chance.

[COLOR="red"]QUEEN MOTHER CHAMPION CHASE[/COLOR

Simple. Just sit back and enjoy the ride. Sprinter Sacre unbeatable.

CHAMPION BUMPER

It was left to Derek o Connor to sum up this race. He said ignore the fav, Golantilla who had no chance. He reckons its between Le Vent D'antan and Union dues who just loves soft ground.

Thursday review to follow (tomorrow)
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Old 06-03-13, 20:49   #22
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Old 06-03-13, 20:58   #23
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Betfair live preview stream for anyone interested, on a break at the moment, due back at 9;30.


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Old 07-03-13, 12:04   #24
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Old 07-03-13, 12:06   #25
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I am pulling the handicaps asunder at the moment. getting worked up about next week now thinking about how much money I will be making.
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Old 07-03-13, 12:30   #26
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Sam Winner in the Pertemps Final is well in according to Paul Nicholls who has put him away for this race. 4/1 favourite now.
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Old 07-03-13, 12:34   #27
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I am pulling the handicaps asunder at the moment. getting worked up about next week now thinking about how much money I will be making.
Are you doing another podcast?
I'm keen on The Druids Nephew in the 20f Novices hcp chace day one.


Think I'm going to be ill when the lineup for the Neptune finalises if as I suspect Mullins has talked anything with a chance of beating Pont Alex out of the race
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Old 07-03-13, 13:21   #28
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I am pulling the handicaps asunder at the moment. getting worked up about next week now thinking about how much money I will be making.
...will be keeping 3 eyes on your predicitons...
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Old 07-03-13, 14:25   #29
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recording some on Sunday evening.
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Old 07-03-13, 16:38   #30
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As the 6 day forefits are coming through it gives the opportunity to take a proper look at the handicaps. So far that has allowed me to take a proper look at the JLT Handicap Chase. This is the race in which I napped Fruity O Rooney at 33/1 last year only for him to get collared close home and finish 2nd.

This year I have a short list which includes Fruity O Rooney and also includes Duke Of Lucca, Chartreaux & Loch Ba. The ground looks like being soft on day 1 which leads me to rule out FOR which is a pity as his runs behind Katenko look really good in the context of this race.

I am marginal on Duke Of Lucca - I can certainly see him in the frame but would hold concerns that he may inch up the weights as some at the top come out so I will wait until the final decs on him before deciding whether or not I should add him to the portfolio. On the plus side he has won at the track and will cherish the slog having ran a fine trial in Kempton last time. The 3m at Kempton would be close on an insufficient test for him compared to next week. He got a strange ride that day as he gave up the outside to nobody and TOB had a fall and a suspension earlier in the day which could have affected him. He is currently 20/1 and you wont go far wrong.

Chartreaux disappointed at the festival before and is one of those rare horses to leave the pipe stable and seemingly improve. The softer the ground (i.e. bordering on heavy) the more I like him. I was really taken by his Wincanton win where he was value for an awful lot more than the winning distance. He was put away for the festival after that race and he has 4 entries for next week so again it is wait and see on this one. If he lines up I will make him a get out saver rather than a big winner.

The one I really like for the race is Loch Ba - he has gone up 29lb for two wins this season but was starting off a low base and has two major reasons to be progressive 1. his age profile and 2. He left Hen Knight. The ground will be fine for him and why I like him so much is due to the fact that he jumps really well and will race prominently. He is a general 16/1 short NRNB but I have taken the 20/1 with Hills who dont offer NRNB - he only has one engagement at the festival so is certain to run here.

So I guess that means I am suggesting a punt on Loch Ba @ 20/1 and potentially add a couple more to the portfolio on the day.
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Old 07-03-13, 17:38   #31
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and less than an hour after I back it and post it here the 20/1 with WH has turned into 16/1...
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Thoughts on Watkin's opposing Our Conor?
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Old 07-03-13, 18:30   #33
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and less than an hour after I back it and post it here the 20/1 with WH has turned into 16/1...
16s best price across the board now ahwell still decent price
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Old 07-03-13, 18:31   #34
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and less than an hour after I back it and post it here the 20/1 with WH has turned into 16/1...
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Thoughts on Watkin's opposing Our Conor?
Perfect chance to push Our Conor back out to 10/1 or so.
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4 mins into RTE's new series "Road To Cheltenham" and they have an add break!

Oh they are apologizing!
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4 mins into RTE's new series "Road To Cheltenham" and they have an add break!

Oh they are apologizing!
it was awful shit and had absolutely nothing to do with Cheltenham. LOL RTE.
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Old 07-03-13, 21:16   #37
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The Final Furlong podcast with Neil Channing about Cheltenham is well worth a listen.

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As the 6 day forefits are coming through it gives the opportunity to take a proper look at the handicaps. So far that has allowed me to take a proper look at the JLT Handicap Chase. This is the race in which I napped Fruity O Rooney at 33/1 last year only for him to get collared close home and finish 2nd.

This year I have a short list which includes Fruity O Rooney and also includes Duke Of Lucca, Chartreaux & Loch Ba. The ground looks like being soft on day 1 which leads me to rule out FOR which is a pity as his runs behind Katenko look really good in the context of this race.

I am marginal on Duke Of Lucca - I can certainly see him in the frame but would hold concerns that he may inch up the weights as some at the top come out so I will wait until the final decs on him before deciding whether or not I should add him to the portfolio. On the plus side he has won at the track and will cherish the slog having ran a fine trial in Kempton last time. The 3m at Kempton would be close on an insufficient test for him compared to next week. He got a strange ride that day as he gave up the outside to nobody and TOB had a fall and a suspension earlier in the day which could have affected him. He is currently 20/1 and you wont go far wrong.

Chartreaux disappointed at the festival before and is one of those rare horses to leave the pipe stable and seemingly improve. The softer the ground (i.e. bordering on heavy) the more I like him. I was really taken by his Wincanton win where he was value for an awful lot more than the winning distance. He was put away for the festival after that race and he has 4 entries for next week so again it is wait and see on this one. If he lines up I will make him a get out saver rather than a big winner.

The one I really like for the race is Loch Ba - he has gone up 29lb for two wins this season but was starting off a low base and has two major reasons to be progressive 1. his age profile and 2. He left Hen Knight. The ground will be fine for him and why I like him so much is due to the fact that he jumps really well and will race prominently. He is a general 16/1 short NRNB but I have taken the 20/1 with Hills who dont offer NRNB - he only has one engagement at the festival so is certain to run here.

So I guess that means I am suggesting a punt on Loch Ba @ 20/1 and potentially add a couple more to the portfolio on the day.

went to have 50 EW on it there and missclicked 50 EW on No Secrets in the race by mistake - lovely
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The Final Furlong podcast with Neil Channing about Cheltenham is well worth a listen.

https://soundcloud.com/emmet-kennedy...g-talks-to-the

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Yeah the other ones are good craic to listen to but Neils is genuinely very good from a betting pov.
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Yeah the other ones are good craic to listen to but Neils is genuinely very good from a betting pov.
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