Re:Jump season and CHELTENHAM

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3 months 5 days ago #775916 by Dave Scott
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Ok guys maybe a bit early, but the jump season is moving into full swing and time to get us into the mood.

We start with the clash on Saturday, which I have highlighted on a separate thread between ALTIOR and Cyrname.
I have made the point that I feel ALTIOR will get the distance and go on to win the King George on Boxing Day.
I am sure many local punters have been put off ante post for life after the recent chopping and changing on the local markets, however consider the 3/1 on the champ before Saturday.

Many of the big names will be coming out over the next couple of months and some early speculation might be worth while leading up to the festival.

Betfair Chase is also on Sat. Where only 4 runners may turn up for another interesting clash between Bristol De Mai and Lostintranslation .

Runners to follow

BUVEUR DAIR
OK CORRAL
PAISLEY PARK
BENIE DES DIEUX
KLASSICAL DREAM
ENVOI ALLEN
FAKIR DOUDAIRIES
SAMCRO
TIGER ROLL

Last but not least

ALTIOR

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3 months 5 days ago #775921 by Bob Brogan
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Love the jump racing, the King George on Boxing Day is my favourite race of the year

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3 months 5 days ago #775925 by Dave Scott
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Was there Bob when Kauto Star won it for a 5th time and that was total goosebumps material.

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3 months 4 days ago #775948 by Dave Scott
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Last year's Racing Post Arkle winner Footpad paved the way to a crack at the Ladbrokes King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day with an impressive victory in the Listed Boomerang.ie Chase at Thurles on Thursday.

We can add FOOTPAD to above

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3 months 4 days ago #776032 by Dave Scott
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I did recommend a punt on ANGELS BREATH today on jumps debut and certainly one to add to the horse to follow.

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3 months 3 days ago #776122 by Craig Pienaar
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Cyrname u champion :woohoo: :woohoo:

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3 months 3 days ago #776136 by Dave Scott
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Laurina made a winning start to her chasing career when defeating Albert Bartlett winner Minella Indo, making it seven wins from eight starts for Willie Mullins.

Paddy Power cut the six-year-old to 5-1 outright favourite (from 8) for the Racing Post Arkle at Cheltenham in March.

The 2018 Mares' Novice Hurdle winner jumped well in the main, bar a slight error midway, and came home eight lengths clear of Henry de Bromhead's runner.

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3 months 1 day ago #776236 by Farawaysaint
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Last year my horse for the Gold Cup was KEMBOY who got taken out at the first fence.
Nevertheless he made up for it afterwards by beating the best 3 milers around.
He is owned by along,with other horses,a Syndicate in Ireland that appears to have got into money trouble with the Irish authorities.
While this is being sorted out none of the horses are allowed to run.
Wouldn't it be tragic if Kemboy couldn't run in the Gold Cup.

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2 months 4 weeks ago #776385 by Dave Scott
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Gordon Elliott is dreaming of a historic Grand National hat-trick bid for Tiger Roll, while acknowledging that owner Michael O'Leary will have the final say on the Aintree legend's participation.

The hugely popular performer, whose chances of returning to Aintree next year were described as "slim and none" by the Gigginstown boss this month, is reportedly recovering well from a recent procedure to remove a small chip in a joint.

Speaking on Wednesday from his Cullentra base, Elliott said a return to Liverpool in April has been in his mind since Tiger Roll brought the house down with his National double in April.

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2 months 4 weeks ago #776416 by Farawaysaint
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Farawaysaint wrote: Last year my horse for the Gold Cup was KEMBOY who got taken out at the first fence.
Nevertheless he made up for it afterwards by beating the best 3 milers around.
He is owned by along,with other horses,a Syndicate in Ireland that appears to have got into money trouble with the Irish authorities.
While this is being sorted out none of the horses are allowed to run.
Wouldn't it be tragic if Kemboy couldn't run in the Gold Cup.


Pleased to see that Registration/Ownership of kemboy now resolved and horse can race.(R Post 27/11)

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2 months 4 weeks ago #776470 by Dave Scott
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One of the must follows:

Paisley Park, a son of Oscar who produced some award-winning performances when a shining light of the 2018-19 campaign, tops the bill as he makes his seasonal return on a card that tees up Newbury perfectly for its most important date of the winter.

There are not many handicaps in Britain more prestigious than the Ladbrokes Trophy, but the race that used to be known as the Hennessy can be chilled for 24 hour.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #776831 by Bob Brogan
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3 Grade 1 races in Ireland today

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2 months 3 weeks ago #776856 by Bob Brogan
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The unbeaten Honeysuckle maintained her perfect record in the Grade 1 Hatton's Grace Hurdle with a stunning nine-length victory over Bacardys at Fairyhouse for Henry de Bromhead and Rachael Blackmore, landing odds of 9-10.

Ten-time Grade 1 heroine Apple's Jade, bidding to bounce back after a below-par display on her return in the Lismullen Hurdle to try earn an unprecedented fourth straight triumph in the contest, was noted struggling as the race began to unfold and finished a well-beaten third.

De Bromhead, blown away by how emphatically Honeysuckle put the race to bed, said: "That was fantastic and I'm absolutely delighted to get our first win in the race. What a way to do it. She was brilliant.

"On ratings she was pretty up against it, especially against Apple's Jade, and to do what she did was incredible. I'm delighted for connections and it's brilliant for Kenny Alexander [owner]."

The magnificent winner was shortened to 6-4 favourite for the OLBG Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival with Paddy Power, who also cut the five-year-old to 8-1 (from 33) for the Unibet Champion Hurdle, with that market blown wide open following Buveur D'Air's potential season-ending injury on Saturday.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #776859 by Dave Scott
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Dual Champion Hurdle winner Buveur D'Air looks set to miss the rest of the season due to the freak injury he suffered at Newcastle, according to trainer Nicky Henderson.

He underwent surgery on Sunday after returning with a splinter of wood in his foot following his defeat at 2-13 in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle on Saturday.

Henderson said on Sunday: "It is very serious and I hope it's not career-threatening but we won't know for a week or two. However, it seems certain we may have to give the rest of this season a miss.

"It's like having a large splinter under your nail and the only way you are going to get it out is to go in and operate on it. The only good thing about all of this is that the injury has not touched the horse's coffin bone, which is just above the hoof."

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2 months 1 week ago #777720 by Dave Scott
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The King George on boxing day .
Time to make the call and it now has to be
CYRNAME to lead all the way and is now generally 2/1.
After the stunning performance in the match race the highest rated jump horse looks very hard to beat .

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2 months 1 week ago #777749 by Bob Brogan
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Looked a machine last time

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2 months 5 days ago #777934 by Dave Scott
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King George final field

Best prices

Joint favs at 2/1
CYRNAME and Lostintranslation.
9/2 the Clan
Footpad 10/1
Thistlecrack 18/1
Aso and La Bague Au Roi 70/1

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2 months 2 days ago #778123 by Farawaysaint
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FOOTPAD is the interesting runner on Thursday,
What
he does will give Mullins a good idea where he stands with Al Boom Photo and Kemboy.

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2 months 17 hours ago #778208 by Bob Brogan
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Full Kempton card has been priced up by WSB

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2 months 8 hours ago #778220 by Dave Scott
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CYRNAME now 15/10 and still a good bet.
Should be a good race.

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