Members Daily Post: 14/04/19 (complete)

section 1 (complete), test zone

1.All Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs

2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Big Race Tips/Best of Stats Tips)

3.Micro System Test Zone

4.Any general messages/updates etc

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1.All Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs

JUMPS

Wincanton

2.25 – The Sweeney   (HcH) H1 I1 5/1 

3.00 – Bally Longford   (HcCh)  ES+ H1 I1 9/2 S3A# 

 

Stratford

3.10 – Holbrook Park   (all Hc’s) 14,30  G1 8/1 S1 (ONLY IF 11.00+ BFSP) 

3.45 – Silent Steps   (all Hc’s) 14,30   6/1 

 

Bonus Irish

Tramore

3.20 – Cusp Of Carabelli   (HcH) H3 6/1 

4.30 – Dark Outsider   (HcCh) H3 3/1 

 

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THE KEY

Please Read: All information regarding the members club, the content, advised strategies, welcome info for new members, results, links to research articles,  tipping competition rules, contact info and much more can be found HERE>>>

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2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Big Race Tips/Best of Stats Tips)

Daily (2017:+110,2018: -22.2, 2019: 5/44, 11p -6.4)  Big Race Tips (2018:+143; 2019 Jumps 4/70,19p, -34, 2019 Flat TEST 0/3,1p, -0.5)

 

Daily Tips

NONE on Sunday, only 4 runners in the C4 3m handicap chase at Wincanton, there’s a class 5 but i’ve decided to leave those, as well as Vets races (bar the final at Sandown). A day off. 

 

3.Micro System Test Zone

Paddy Brennan (14/1< guide)

2.40 S-  Cillians Well

D McCain (14/1< )

4.20 S – It’s All A Lark

 

Jumps Fact Sheet 2018/19 

Trainers to follow 

2.25 W – The Sweeney (14/1<, 6/1< best)

Henry Brooke (25/1< guide)

4.50 S- Pinch of Ginger

 

4.Any general messages/updates etc

Welcome Info/Section 1 Strategies

Report 1 (previously shared) : Where to Begin? : READ HERE>>>

Report 2: Other ideas: READ HERE>>>

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 Stats/Trends Report : HERE>>>

  • Newmarket’s Craven Meeting (next week) Trainer Pointers

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Trainer Track Profiles: Summer Jumps 2019 READ HERE>>>

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  1. josh,i am taking the wife to musselburgh this saturday coming and would be grateful if you could find the time to do a through the card for me. thanks william

    1. Hi William, yep shouldn’t be a problem I don’t think, albeit it’s a flat meeting and not 100% sure you want my ‘through the card’ thoughts on that! Could be a case of trying to collate all the wisdom assembled on here come mid morning Sat, but i’ll have a browse. You may need to post a comment on Friday to remind me 🙂

  2. josh,i am taking the wife to musselburgh this saturday coming and would be grateful if you could find the time to do a through the card for me. thanks william

    1. Hi William, yep shouldn’t be a problem I don’t think, albeit it’s a flat meeting and not 100% sure you want my ‘through the card’ thoughts on that! Could be a case of trying to collate all the wisdom assembled on here come mid morning Sat, but i’ll have a browse. You may need to post a comment on Friday to remind me 🙂

  3. today’s selection,
    Wincanton 2-25. Show On The Road 20-1 WH 4 places, goes on any ground and is back over hurdles in a pretty weak class 3, 20-1 looks overpriced.

  4. today’s selection,
    Wincanton 2-25. Show On The Road 20-1 WH 4 places, goes on any ground and is back over hurdles in a pretty weak class 3, 20-1 looks overpriced.

  5. Newbury – Highland Chief report
    Here are the photos https://imgur.com/a/PflYPqW
    Whilst my pre-race analysis was wide of the mark, the result feels explicable in retrospect. My pre-race numbers for the winner would be scuppered by both Raoul Da Silva and Paul Cole’s scores let alone the likelihood of a Gleneagles colt winning over 5f. For this reason and the fact that Highland Chief raced for over half of the race on the slowest strip, this performance has to be rated quite highly never mind the eccentric style of the jockey.
    So what was right about Highland Chief? He was just about the tallest in the paddock although not as strongly made as Separate or Chattanooga Boy, he does have a touch of class about his looks. Paul Cole also often has one good early one although they are often let down by unruly behaviour pre-race.
    From the paddock side he could be considered but the jockey and sire did not seem to me to warrant the risk. Separate was a different story, the strongest made, deep chest and powerful behind. I thought she would win despite looking slightly less fit than say Album or Isobar Wind, what put me off was the price as usually Hannon fto winners are under 8/1. What you can be certain of however, is that they will know what they are doing and this was certainly the case. She raced the most professionally of all the runners and was unlucky to catch something as special as Highland Chief. If she is typical of Cable Bay’s progeny then he should have plenty of winners.
    Highland Chief – Tall, slightly delicate head, good proportions but not strongly made. I am wary of giving too high a rating as this early in the season it may be that they were all just precocious and will look smaller types in 3 months time. Nevertheless he raced on the slower part of the track for the first 3f and had Raoul Da Silva flinging his reins about but still managed to get up and beat the Levy ridden Hannon prepared beauty Separate. 84
    Separate – Well behaved strongly made filly. May well be aimed at the Salisbury Cl3 Fillies Conditions race on Sunday 28th and likely to win it. 82
    Chattanooga Boy – Sprint type, a bit downhill, powerful mid section. 77
    Klopp Of The Kop – Quite small but nicely made, plenty left to work on 75
    Isobar Wind – It is the fact that this one did not get in amongst them which leads me to feel that the first 4 may be better than is usually seen this early in the season. Smaller strong type, looked very fit in the paddock but appears to be carrying a bit of belly in the photo. Should win nto at a lesser track 73
    Album – Another good looking boy, not quite the stand out one has come to expect from Martin Meade’s first runner at Newbury but should be up to winning a maiden at least. 75
    Barry Magoo – Ran well for an Adam West fto, bit clumsily made but should improve with a bit more race fitness. 70
    Show Me Heaven – Plain tubular type. For Bill Turner to be having a go in a race of this quality he must think she is a bit better than most of his yaks. He just doesn’t seem to get any quality nowadays and looks to have lost his touch at picking early speed. 65
    Littleton Hall – Small. Looks like one of those Mick Channon colts that will run about 15 times this season and pick up a couple of bad novice races by default. Didn’t look as bad as he ran and may just be slow. 63

    Just as a footnote, I have Sean Levy just a fraction below top rating on 2yos and this race seems to illustrate why. I just think a Ryan Moore or SDS or Doyler would have won the race. He is 11% at Newbury and 15% overall on 2yos. I’ve watched the race a few times and he did everything right but didn’t quite win…
    Hugh

    1. Not sure if this helps but I do have a link into the Paul Cole yard but it comes via a friend and so I tend to get the information late, in the Highland Chief case after the events! They have advised 3 bets in the last few days.

      – There is no doubt their strongest tip was Oliver Hardy in the 8.00 at Wolves yesterday but could only manage 6th.

      – They were also sweet on majestic dawn each way yesterday who won at 12s.

      – my friend also had a text about highland chief although he said that didn’t come across as quite as bullish.

      Make of that what you will, perhaps they have them more forward this year or perhaps they are just promising types but they weren’t unfancied! I didn’t back any of them in truth!

      1. Thanks Francis, I’d be very interested to find out what sort of OR the yard would put on Highland Chief. I’m flying blind at this time of year and have to rely solely on my eye for the ratine. Always happy to get a steer.
        Hugh

  6. Well yesterday couldn’t have gone any worse but its a long term game so back in the saddle we get:

    San Satiro Wincanton 14:25 1pt e/w
    Magic River Stratford 14:40 1pt e/w

  7. Hi Josh
    Tomorrow I am going to Hexham races. Would it be possible for you to provide a “through the card” please. I appreciate that this is short notice and fully understand if you aren’t able to do this.
    Thank you

    1. Hi Chris, shouldn’t be a problem. 🙂 Will hopefully go better than my Notts and Warwick efforts last week, albeit the latter was a head away from an ok day.

  8. COLINS BETS
    No bet
    ELITE BETS
    4.20 Stratford Legends Gold BOG 4/1
    NEW METHOD
    3.00 Wincanton Bally Longford BOG 4/1
    3.45 Stratford Boher Lad BOG 9/2
    Colin

  9. Reflections on the result of the 15.15 Newbury Spring mile on Saturday….first off apologies to those (esp Martin) who followed my selections….dismal result form Ripp Orf (apt name given the horse finished 23 odd lengths behind the winner) the only up side was my other selection was withdrawn for refusing to enter the stalls so money back on that by default…..but what lessons can be learned? Applying form, speed, going distance, trends appears not to be the way forward in this particular instance…the winner Chatez was beaten 66 lengths over 15. 5 furlongs on soft in Dec last year…hardly an indication it would win, and Alan King is not the most prolific trainer on Saturday’s…the horse that was beaten into second was a 50/1 shot and the winner only prevailed by a hd. The time of the race was abysmal 12.36 secs per furlong 6.31 secs slow…the going was described as gd/soft….my calculations indicate this was more heavy than soft so a huge query over the going description…should include tacky and holding ….. rather than good to soft.

    So what to make of the result? The horse had won this race before in 2015, that time on good going and at Doncaster in a time of 12.34 spf. so at least that was consistent, though allowing for course adjustment would actually be 12.48. spf……according to Nick Mordin universal standard times, 8f should be run at 11.96 spf…I personally think this is a bit too fast with a more realistic time being 12.24 spf for the average horse (approx 36 mph as opposed to 37 mph for Mordin’s figures)…even by my figures the time of 12.36spf is below average…the only notable trend was the horse had won the race before, albeit in a time well below other competitors as highlighted in my original post of 11/4…..so this begs the question…should we automatically include any horse that has won a previous running of a race in our final selections regardless of form, speed etc.?
    Given that Tiger Roll did the exact same thing just a few days ago defying a long standing trend (although a better horse with current excellent form) should any previous winner of a race be an automatic selection for the shortlist? I personally do not have the computer skills or know how, or the software to research this angle but is a trend and worth investigating I think.

    The other angle is pedigree and the notion of single copy and double copy horses…this is a theory. Known as the X factor theory developed by Marianna Haun that attempts to genetically explain large hearts in thoroughbred race horses—in short the larger the horses heart the more the oxygen capacity the better the horse will run as the more oxygen in the blood stream the faster and more resilient the horse…This is an extreme simplification…so suggest those interested check her books out and those by Sarah Montgomery relating to sires and female blood lines that have large hearts.

    Both Tiger Roll and Chatez have the large heart in both sides of their pedigrees ……the latter information can be found on pedigreequery.com, ( though the X factor info is only available if you subscribe…other pedigree info is free without having to register)…it is a fascinating insight into what makes champion thoroughbreds via pedigrees…so the question remains how do we use this information in order to make selections….one useful area is unraced two and three year olds as well as older horses contesting higher quality races …..how to rate such horses is another question, by reputation as per the Frankels of this world ( a horse that had the X-factor heart in pedigree), by performance , or as in the reflections on the recent Newbury race by having won a previous running of the same race, regardless of previous form or slow speed…answers on a postcard please.

    Happy punting.

    1. We could all do with a large heart! A while ago I ran potential systems re past winners on races. It was not profitable in the long run and I have seen nothing to change my mind since to run it again. You can try past winners and going being the same as when they won, but that is not profitable either. I think that you can always take past winners into account for a race. You need to think whether they are primed to repeat their success again?
      Alan King is a good trainer under whatever code and Chatez is a horse that they thought they could make a hurdler of. However he did not like it and so came back to the flat. The race did look slow and I would not worry about the form too much going forward. It did look a a hard race to figure out and not really a race you should be betting on (remember you are not duty bound to have a bet).

      1. Thanks Martin…not a race i will be following for sure and interesting re past winner etc., always a good reply and appreciated.

  10. Very interesting Silver. One of my tells for a good 2yo is a deep chest/large heart cavity area.
    I think John Gosden looks to this as well I think. One thing you can almost guarantee with his 2yos is that they will have deep chests. I was talking to a three day eventer about this and he says that chest width can be increased by training. No reason to think it is not true, think of Luciano Pavarotti, the more room for the lungs and heart the better.

    As to Chatez, he won his maiden at Newbury as a 2yo on soft. (Happy memories for him as well as me perhaps). Quite a performance to come back and win over C&D 6 years later!
    Hugh

    1. If only all horse could run like Pavarotti could sing! Re Chatez….hard to find certainly and a race that will not live long in the memory but as always you learn more from defeats than in victories as they challenge your preconceptions which is always a good thing. Your tells for a good 2 year old are great, unfortunately where I live the nearest race course that is easily accessible to me (by plane) is Edinburgh….Perth is the nearest geographically but more difficult to get there…and it is a jumps course!. Thanks for the comments.

  11. RECENT TIPS
    Daily
    S 4.50 – Phoenix Rock on 6th run @ 10
    W 2.25 – Champagne \champ on 2nd run @ 11
    GL

  12. Newbury – Highland Chief report
    Here are the photos https://imgur.com/a/PflYPqW
    Whilst my pre-race analysis was wide of the mark, the result feels explicable in retrospect. My pre-race numbers for the winner would be scuppered by both Raoul Da Silva and Paul Cole’s scores let alone the likelihood of a Gleneagles colt winning over 5f. For this reason and the fact that Highland Chief raced for over half of the race on the slowest strip, this performance has to be rated quite highly never mind the eccentric style of the jockey.
    So what was right about Highland Chief? He was just about the tallest in the paddock although not as strongly made as Separate or Chattanooga Boy, he does have a touch of class about his looks. Paul Cole also often has one good early one although they are often let down by unruly behaviour pre-race.
    From the paddock side he could be considered but the jockey and sire did not seem to me to warrant the risk. Separate was a different story, the strongest made, deep chest and powerful behind. I thought she would win despite looking slightly less fit than say Album or Isobar Wind, what put me off was the price as usually Hannon fto winners are under 8/1. What you can be certain of however, is that they will know what they are doing and this was certainly the case. She raced the most professionally of all the runners and was unlucky to catch something as special as Highland Chief. If she is typical of Cable Bay’s progeny then he should have plenty of winners.
    Highland Chief – Tall, slightly delicate head, good proportions but not strongly made. I am wary of giving too high a rating as this early in the season it may be that they were all just precocious and will look smaller types in 3 months time. Nevertheless he raced on the slower part of the track for the first 3f and had Raoul Da Silva flinging his reins about but still managed to get up and beat the Levy ridden Hannon prepared beauty Separate. 84
    Separate – Well behaved strongly made filly. May well be aimed at the Salisbury Cl3 Fillies Conditions race on Sunday 28th and likely to win it. 82
    Chattanooga Boy – Sprint type, a bit downhill, powerful mid section. 77
    Klopp Of The Kop – Quite small but nicely made, plenty left to work on 75
    Isobar Wind – It is the fact that this one did not get in amongst them which leads me to feel that the first 4 may be better than is usually seen this early in the season. Smaller strong type, looked very fit in the paddock but appears to be carrying a bit of belly in the photo. Should win nto at a lesser track 73
    Album – Another good looking boy, not quite the stand out one has come to expect from Martin Meade’s first runner at Newbury but should be up to winning a maiden at least. 75
    Barry Magoo – Ran well for an Adam West fto, bit clumsily made but should improve with a bit more race fitness. 70
    Show Me Heaven – Plain tubular type. For Bill Turner to be having a go in a race of this quality he must think she is a bit better than most of his yaks. He just doesn’t seem to get any quality nowadays and looks to have lost his touch at picking early speed. 65
    Littleton Hall – Small. Looks like one of those Mick Channon colts that will run about 15 times this season and pick up a couple of bad novice races by default. Didn’t look as bad as he ran and may just be slow. 63

    Just as a footnote, I have Sean Levy just a fraction below top rating on 2yos and this race seems to illustrate why. I just think a Ryan Moore or SDS or Doyler would have won the race. He is 11% at Newbury and 15% overall on 2yos. I’ve watched the race a few times and he did everything right but didn’t quite win…
    Hugh

    1. Not sure if this helps but I do have a link into the Paul Cole yard but it comes via a friend and so I tend to get the information late, in the Highland Chief case after the events! They have advised 3 bets in the last few days.

      – There is no doubt their strongest tip was Oliver Hardy in the 8.00 at Wolves yesterday but could only manage 6th.

      – They were also sweet on majestic dawn each way yesterday who won at 12s.

      – my friend also had a text about highland chief although he said that didn’t come across as quite as bullish.

      Make of that what you will, perhaps they have them more forward this year or perhaps they are just promising types but they weren’t unfancied! I didn’t back any of them in truth!

      1. Thanks Francis, I’d be very interested to find out what sort of OR the yard would put on Highland Chief. I’m flying blind at this time of year and have to rely solely on my eye for the ratine. Always happy to get a steer.
        Hugh

  13. Well yesterday couldn’t have gone any worse but its a long term game so back in the saddle we get:

    San Satiro Wincanton 14:25 1pt e/w
    Magic River Stratford 14:40 1pt e/w

  14. Hi Josh
    Tomorrow I am going to Hexham races. Would it be possible for you to provide a “through the card” please. I appreciate that this is short notice and fully understand if you aren’t able to do this.
    Thank you

    1. Hi Chris, shouldn’t be a problem. 🙂 Will hopefully go better than my Notts and Warwick efforts last week, albeit the latter was a head away from an ok day.

  15. COLINS BETS
    No bet
    ELITE BETS
    4.20 Stratford Legends Gold BOG 4/1
    NEW METHOD
    3.00 Wincanton Bally Longford BOG 4/1
    3.45 Stratford Boher Lad BOG 9/2
    Colin

  16. Reflections on the result of the 15.15 Newbury Spring mile on Saturday….first off apologies to those (esp Martin) who followed my selections….dismal result form Ripp Orf (apt name given the horse finished 23 odd lengths behind the winner) the only up side was my other selection was withdrawn for refusing to enter the stalls so money back on that by default…..but what lessons can be learned? Applying form, speed, going distance, trends appears not to be the way forward in this particular instance…the winner Chatez was beaten 66 lengths over 15. 5 furlongs on soft in Dec last year…hardly an indication it would win, and Alan King is not the most prolific trainer on Saturday’s…the horse that was beaten into second was a 50/1 shot and the winner only prevailed by a hd. The time of the race was abysmal 12.36 secs per furlong 6.31 secs slow…the going was described as gd/soft….my calculations indicate this was more heavy than soft so a huge query over the going description…should include tacky and holding ….. rather than good to soft.

    So what to make of the result? The horse had won this race before in 2015, that time on good going and at Doncaster in a time of 12.34 spf. so at least that was consistent, though allowing for course adjustment would actually be 12.48. spf……according to Nick Mordin universal standard times, 8f should be run at 11.96 spf…I personally think this is a bit too fast with a more realistic time being 12.24 spf for the average horse (approx 36 mph as opposed to 37 mph for Mordin’s figures)…even by my figures the time of 12.36spf is below average…the only notable trend was the horse had won the race before, albeit in a time well below other competitors as highlighted in my original post of 11/4…..so this begs the question…should we automatically include any horse that has won a previous running of a race in our final selections regardless of form, speed etc.?
    Given that Tiger Roll did the exact same thing just a few days ago defying a long standing trend (although a better horse with current excellent form) should any previous winner of a race be an automatic selection for the shortlist? I personally do not have the computer skills or know how, or the software to research this angle but is a trend and worth investigating I think.

    The other angle is pedigree and the notion of single copy and double copy horses…this is a theory. Known as the X factor theory developed by Marianna Haun that attempts to genetically explain large hearts in thoroughbred race horses—in short the larger the horses heart the more the oxygen capacity the better the horse will run as the more oxygen in the blood stream the faster and more resilient the horse…This is an extreme simplification…so suggest those interested check her books out and those by Sarah Montgomery relating to sires and female blood lines that have large hearts.

    Both Tiger Roll and Chatez have the large heart in both sides of their pedigrees ……the latter information can be found on pedigreequery.com, ( though the X factor info is only available if you subscribe…other pedigree info is free without having to register)…it is a fascinating insight into what makes champion thoroughbreds via pedigrees…so the question remains how do we use this information in order to make selections….one useful area is unraced two and three year olds as well as older horses contesting higher quality races …..how to rate such horses is another question, by reputation as per the Frankels of this world ( a horse that had the X-factor heart in pedigree), by performance , or as in the reflections on the recent Newbury race by having won a previous running of the same race, regardless of previous form or slow speed…answers on a postcard please.

    Happy punting.

    1. We could all do with a large heart! A while ago I ran potential systems re past winners on races. It was not profitable in the long run and I have seen nothing to change my mind since to run it again. You can try past winners and going being the same as when they won, but that is not profitable either. I think that you can always take past winners into account for a race. You need to think whether they are primed to repeat their success again?
      Alan King is a good trainer under whatever code and Chatez is a horse that they thought they could make a hurdler of. However he did not like it and so came back to the flat. The race did look slow and I would not worry about the form too much going forward. It did look a a hard race to figure out and not really a race you should be betting on (remember you are not duty bound to have a bet).

      1. Thanks Martin…not a race i will be following for sure and interesting re past winner etc., always a good reply and appreciated.

  17. Very interesting Silver. One of my tells for a good 2yo is a deep chest/large heart cavity area.
    I think John Gosden looks to this as well I think. One thing you can almost guarantee with his 2yos is that they will have deep chests. I was talking to a three day eventer about this and he says that chest width can be increased by training. No reason to think it is not true, think of Luciano Pavarotti, the more room for the lungs and heart the better.

    As to Chatez, he won his maiden at Newbury as a 2yo on soft. (Happy memories for him as well as me perhaps). Quite a performance to come back and win over C&D 6 years later!
    Hugh

    1. If only all horse could run like Pavarotti could sing! Re Chatez….hard to find certainly and a race that will not live long in the memory but as always you learn more from defeats than in victories as they challenge your preconceptions which is always a good thing. Your tells for a good 2 year old are great, unfortunately where I live the nearest race course that is easily accessible to me (by plane) is Edinburgh….Perth is the nearest geographically but more difficult to get there…and it is a jumps course!. Thanks for the comments.

      1. This thread is absolutely fascinating, I would never have thought of large hearted horses, but an angle that might be interesting is horses that have won races before but the information broken down monthly to see if certain times of the year are profitable, yesterday 5.55 Newbury Lunar Jet had won the race before. just a thought.

        1. Cheers Greg….Martin indicated the past winner angle is not profitable with the caveat that you need to check if they are primed to win again and that would be the way to go.

          1. Another of my favourite tells is the expression on their faces. Many people have poo poohed this over the years but just last week Aidan O’Brien was quoted as saying when he is driving alongside the gallops he always looks to see if they have got an expression on their face that tells him they are enjoying it.
            If it’s good enough for Aidan… it is a subtle thing, a thing apart from ears back and mulish behaviour. It comes down to a look in the eye, the set of the ears, the way they are holding their heads and an alert “I’m enjoying this” sense emanating from them.
            Hugh

          2. Don’t think this is silly at all, especially if you are at the track and watching them in the paddock as they are not machines and get nervous etc., …some one mentions the fact that if they relieve themselves before the race begins (ie take a dump) then they will not win…I kid you not! I have never investigated this as an angle for laying horses and do not know if there is any truth in this at all but would be an interesting fact if it proved to be true and imagine the trends recommendation on this site being torn to pieces by certain members on here…perhaps not without justification…anyone willing to gather stats on this !!!!??? and even braver make a selection based on this info…the mind boggles!!!

          3. Oh now that is definitely true. That takes experience mind and/or knowledge of the horse. When Super won her first race at Worcester after her second the run before, I could tell pre race that her demeanor was transformed and that she was going to run the race of her life. Head, eyes, coat, demeanor, relaxed but ‘on it’, etc etc. Her price soon plummeted haha. No all my money mind!

          4. Blimey, what an amazing Site this. Things i would never have even thought of and many of you guys certainly have some interesting angles on possible winners/placers. Beginning to realise why i am clearly a ‘follower’ rather than a ‘leader’ and the fact that both my limited time, and moreover limited knowledge makes it so. All the same thanks for everyone’s interesting and thought provoking angles!

    1. I was just thinking the same Mark – i am sure we will enjoy one of his philosophical pears at some point 🙂

    1. I was just thinking the same Mark – i am sure we will enjoy one of his philosophical pears at some point 🙂

  18. 1.40 Newc 9 Siena Bay 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.00 Ling 10 Watersmeet 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.10 Newc 7 Lufricia 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.10 Newc 6 Show Me a Sunset 🙂
    2.10 Newc 11 Sound Of Iona 🙂 🙂
    2.30 Ling 3 Crossing The Line 🙂
    2.30 Ling 7 Island Of Life (USA) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.45 Newc 13 Desert Lantern (USA) 🙂
    2.45 Newc 7 Our Charlie Brown 🙂
    2.45 Newc 5 Dubai Acclaim 🙂
    3.05 Ling 8 Kachy 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.05 Ling George Bowen 🙂
    3.20 Newc 2 Bayroot (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.20 Newc 8 Fox Power (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.20 Newc 10 Magic J (USA) 🙂
    3.20 Newc 11 Maries Diamond (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.40 Ling 3 Deep Intrigue 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.40 Ling 4 Deputise 🙂 🙂
    3.55 Newc 4 Baghdad (FR) 🙂 🙂
    3.55 Newc 12 Showroom (FR) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 1 Court House (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 4 Matterhorn (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 5 Pactolus (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 7 Victory Bond 🙂
    4.25 Newc 5 Bo Samraan (IRE) 🙂 🙂
    4.25 Newc 3 Fox Fearless 🙂
    4.25 Newc 2 Smarter 🙂
    4.45 Ling 2 Arcanada (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.45 Ling 3 Cardsharp 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.55 Newc 2 Another Angel (IRE) 🙂
    4.55 Newc 9 Oriental Lily 🙂

  19. 1.40 Newc 9 Siena Bay 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.00 Ling 10 Watersmeet 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.10 Newc 7 Lufricia 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.10 Newc 6 Show Me a Sunset 🙂
    2.10 Newc 11 Sound Of Iona 🙂 🙂
    2.30 Ling 3 Crossing The Line 🙂
    2.30 Ling 7 Island Of Life (USA) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    2.45 Newc 13 Desert Lantern (USA) 🙂
    2.45 Newc 7 Our Charlie Brown 🙂
    2.45 Newc 5 Dubai Acclaim 🙂
    3.05 Ling 8 Kachy 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.05 Ling George Bowen 🙂
    3.20 Newc 2 Bayroot (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.20 Newc 8 Fox Power (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.20 Newc 10 Magic J (USA) 🙂
    3.20 Newc 11 Maries Diamond (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.40 Ling 3 Deep Intrigue 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    3.40 Ling 4 Deputise 🙂 🙂
    3.55 Newc 4 Baghdad (FR) 🙂 🙂
    3.55 Newc 12 Showroom (FR) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 1 Court House (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 4 Matterhorn (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 5 Pactolus (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.15 Ling 7 Victory Bond 🙂
    4.25 Newc 5 Bo Samraan (IRE) 🙂 🙂
    4.25 Newc 3 Fox Fearless 🙂
    4.25 Newc 2 Smarter 🙂
    4.45 Ling 2 Arcanada (IRE) 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.45 Ling 3 Cardsharp 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
    4.55 Newc 2 Another Angel (IRE) 🙂
    4.55 Newc 9 Oriental Lily 🙂

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