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    Jumped poorly again
    Take a chance at 7-1 that Debuchet bounces back today at Gowran Park [4pm]
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    Jumped better today and therefore a good run to finish 3rd giving weight away to the first two.
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    Woodrow entered for Dundalk Friday 7.15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassin View Post
    Heavily backed but only 2nd

    Think he is still raw and a work in progress, but no doubt there is a huge engine when the horse grows up
    Did not run again this season, and it would be no big surprise to see King Roland going over fences next time
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    Sounds like no Irish Flat racing till next month, but two maidens trained by Dermot Weld & Joseph O'Brien caught my eye last season and they should pay to follow over middle distances as 3 year old's

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    Will there be horses that go straight from 2yo to 4yo I wonder - without running I mean.

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    Hope not, worrying times for Irish racing
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    Will add one trained by Jessica Harrington

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    ​She is another maiden but I remember the horse being well backed to win a G3 on last run so there is no doubt the ability to win races is there and probably on better ground
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    With no UK Racing now till June and worrying rumour that the Irish might not return till July, I have been looking at the 2 year old races for debutantes from last season in France at Paris Longchamp, and identified this colt as a horse to follow

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    Was joint fav and though only 5th showed promise,and the winner since won a Group 1 with the 2nd also getting black type, and other horses have come out and won races
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    Races tomorrow [Chantilly,12.07]...currently 11-4
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    Big drifter but had every chance, unplaced
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    the winner was well backed 12/1 with 365 last night.
    horse racing is a tax on the stupid.

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    yes did well to win as looked trapped on the inside coming into the straight
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    Quote Originally Posted by typhoon View Post
    Annie Quickstep, was an eye-catcher in the 3.30 today at Lingfield, was slightly slow away and then was carried wide around the bend, finishing fast, a close 3rd.
    Entered to run on sunday in the 4.00 at Lingfield, will probably be the favorite

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    Quote Originally Posted by typhoon View Post
    Entered to run on sunday in the 4.00 at Lingfield, will probably be the favorite
    I'm with you on this one typhoon. Excellent trainer this lad if the swag is down I'm on. Hope johnny is positive about chances in his review tomorrow.
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    ANNIE QUICKSTEP

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    Annie Quickstep is such a little trooper. She has very likely improved a tiny bit over the winter, although 7f may well be better for her than this 8f. She might be worth taking a chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tush View Post
    I'm with you on this one typhoon. Excellent trainer this lad if the swag is down I'm on. Hope johnny is positive about chances in his review tomorrow.
    Drifting out to 5/1 but I'll take that

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    Quote Originally Posted by typhoon View Post
    Drifting out to 5/1 but I'll take that
    Aye. Faheys horse fancied
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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassin View Post
    Sounds like no Irish Flat racing till next month, but two maidens trained by Dermot Weld & Joseph O'Brien caught my eye last season and they should pay to follow over middle distances as 3 year old's

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    Runs tomorrow [1.30 Leopardstown]

    Trading currently at 5-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassin View Post
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    ​She is another maiden but I remember the horse being well backed to win a G3 on last run so there is no doubt the ability to win races is there and probably on better ground
    Stable had a good meeting today, so the 4-1 for tomorrows 1pm Leopardstown might not last long
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