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#1 2017-11-11 20:20:35

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sunday racing uk/ireland

paddys runner 5-1 1245 nap

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#2 2017-11-11 21:06:41

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

2.45 Brelade 9/4

I am finding it difficult to nail one horse down on the Navan card because there is a few nice horses running but its classic early season form with so many horses making their reappearnce but I do like the chances of Brelade for Gordon Elliott who was second on his last two outings this season in novice chases. I think the distance in the betting between him and Footpad is too big considering Footpad is without a run since April after being third in the stayers hurdle at Punchestown. The fitness of Brelade might just be the difference

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#3 2017-11-11 21:59:07

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

L15
1.20s challonial 3/1 Nap
2.55s whenyerreadyfreddie 10/3
3.30 third intension 8/1
4.10f global thrill 5/1

Good luck

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#4 2017-11-11 22:17:13

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

tysonnumber1 wrote:


paddys runner 5-1 1245 nap
swingbridge irish nap 4-1 in the opener

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#5 2017-11-12 10:53:06

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1.20 Sandown – Rugby Betting At 188Bet Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase.



This looks to be a fascinating novice chase with plenty of potential-laden young chasers set to take their place at the start. Heading the weights is Harry Fry’s Chalonnial, whose third behind Finian’s Oscar in last year’s Tolworth is probably the best piece of form on offer. A half-brother to Activial, this five-year-old looks to have plenty of progress left in his tank and even though he carries the most weight here, could be a smart enough recruit to fences to defy that burden. He likes soft ground and so won’t mid the forecast rain over the weekend.


Jameson made a promising debut over fences for Nigel Twiston-Davies at Ffos Las in October, finishing beaten by the smart West Approach, who could well take high rank in the staying novice chasing division this season. Although he was in receipt of 3lb in weight from all his rivals that day, he looked at home amongst some smart rivals, is clearly now race fit and should go well here. Ideally, he’d like better ground, so won’t want to see much rain over the weekend, but he acts on soft and a mark of 129 looks lenient, especially with Jamie Bargary taking 3lb off his back as well.


Qualando looks to have the beating of Casper King judging by their run in the same race at Cheltenham over hurdles in April, but the switch to fences may well do Philip Hobbs’ charge the world of good. He’s always been seen as a staying chaser so even though this trip may not be his optimum distance, he could make a significant step up and reverse the form with that rival over these bigger obstacles.


Accord finished in front of Crystal Lad when they clashed at Plumpton last time out in quite a hot novices handicap chase and I think that will be the same result here, but I wouldn’t be surprised if David Bridgewater’s charge improved further after becoming embroiled in a destructive battle for the lead on that occasion. A mark of 125 might be a little low and he could go well here as long as he doesn’t do too much too early again.


Paul Nicholls’ Touch Kick is an interesting recruit to chasing and could well prove much better than his hurdles form and is worth a look on that basis alone. However, he does like top of the ground and the spell of rain forecast for Saturday could put paid to that, especially at Sandown, where the ground can often be more testing than it seems.


Instead, I’m siding with a horse from another top stable who looks as if chasing could be the making of him. BADEN was a horse that has continually showed plenty of promise over hurdles over the past two years, not least when finishing second to Greatwood Hurdle winner, North Hill Harvey, or third at Punchestown, ahead of subsequent Coral Cup winner, Supasundae. He won his novice hurdle at Wetherby in good to soft ground over two miles and five furlongs, so any cut in the ground (as long as it’s not very soft) and this trip should be fine for the Martaline gelding. A mark of 125 looks lenient on his best hurdles form, so for a horse that Nicky Henderson has said will improve for the switch to fences, it could be extremely inviting here. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that BADEN is running in a race like this rather than a level-weights novice chase and the booking of Nico De Boinville is very encouraging. He’s always been talked up as a good horse by his trainer and I think he could finally prove it on his first run over fences.

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BADEN – 1pt win

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#6 2017-11-12 11:09:30

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The game changer 2/10 navan. Monbeg Oscar 9/1 each way 2.55 Sandown driftwood haze 3.10 ffos Las each way wandarin star win 2.oo ffos las

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#7 2017-11-12 11:33:29

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

SANDOWN:-


12:45 SUNNYTAHLIATEIGEN e/way - 2nd  6/1Should improve for step back up in distance and come on for seasonal debut LTO.


13:20 Tough race but JAMESON e/way  WON 5/2  . may just nick it after good seasonal/chase debut LTO for stable who are finding winners at moment.


14:55 MARIA'S BENEFIT - Nap-  WON 4/1 . looks cracking e/way bet - on good mark for h'cap debut. Has Fidux and Henderson horse to beat.


15:30 HOUBLON DES OBEAUX e/way  WON 5/2. - makes Veterans debut on 18lbs lower mark than last winning one and excellent jockey takes off further 3. Top weight Double Ross may find the concession of 9lbs just a bit too much.


I've gone for small each way Lucky 15 for an interest.



banko


If you bet my Lucky 15 for £1 unit it paid £185. 40 at SP. Profit of £155 .40. Fortunately I had a bit better odds.

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#8 2017-11-12 12:01:50

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland


FFOS LAS:


13:00 ARIAN - 2nd Promising sort . Just pipped LTO can go one better


13:30 SOLEGHOISTER e/way-  WON 5/1. Can get back to winning ways.


14:30 PINK GIN - 2nd. 9/2. Nice weight. Conditions fine. Trainer does well here.


15:40 YOURHOLIDAYISOVER e/way - 3rd. Bit of a rogue. But given chance by handicapper.




banko

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#9 2017-11-12 13:40:01

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

3 20 navan oscars dan 7/2

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#10 2017-11-12 17:14:20

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

Well done gate. Top class Irish tippung again

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#11 2017-11-12 17:15:54

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Re: sunday racing uk/ireland

Well done banko. Your picks are usually there or thereabouts.

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