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Myself i have a ticket on morning assembley at 16/1 which i'm delighted about , i also have a trixie with him in it at 12/1 with red sherlock at 7/1 & quevega who won at evens so i wouldn't mind that double coming in!! i think Carlingford Lough is the main danger gold digger , i have backed Carlingford lough around 7 times. RC members would love a morning assembley win & with Davy Russell booked who won the event last year surely a massive positive. Enjoy the RSA fols whoever your backing!!
The defending champ only 4th while the new sensation our conor had to be euthanised, he would of won a million quid in his career dotting up at leopardstown for the next 6 years, so upset when i heard the news. Sam Twiston Davis says the hampering he got cost him 8 lengths so in that case he would of won. on another note credit to captain cee bee for finishing 5th, he ran a cracker. Next year to me at this stage is a goldmine , who wins? luckily i had 3 tickets on jezki but only made about £20 off the race due to having a big bet on Hurricane Fly but listen winning £20 is better than losing £20. until next year!!
Article courtesy of irishracing.com;
Jennies Jewel could run in next month's Ladbrokes Boyne Hurdle before a likely assault on the OLBG Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
The consistent seven-year-old, trained in County Kildare by Jarlath Fahey, was a good second to Rule The World in the Limestone Lad Hurdle at Naas on Saturday.
Jennies Jewel might now step back up in class at Navan on February 16 before travelling to England in March.
Fahey said: "That was the first time this year she has come up against older horses so it was a very, very good effort.
"Her form is very solid - she's not been outside the first three since last April - and the plan is now to go to Cheltenham.
"She'll have an entry in the Coral Hurdle, but the idea is to go for the mares race.
"We are also debating whether to go for the Boyne Hurdle before Cheltenham.
"She stays well and has plenty of pace. The only question mark has to be whether it will be soft enough for her at Cheltenham."
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