Oct 30, 2018 -- 12:45PM, The Dragon wrote:
both worth keeping an aye on thats for suregutted that sykes got beat by a short head at 25/1
I was on Oighear Dubh in the Amateurs Chase on the Friday :(
Get this, I was also on Oscar Delta the year it dropped Jayne Mangan in similar circumstances in the Foxhunters.
Note to self: Don't punt in Amateur Rider 3m chases at Cheltenham!
Nov 4, 2018 -- 4:38PM, irishone wrote:
Willie is lining them up for the bumperWil be interesting to see if he puts that 14length winnerAt cork today away for a while
With her already being a 6yo she wont be there next March that's for sure.
Nov 25, 2018 -- 1:36PM, unclepuncle wrote:
^ Hobbs horse was called Zanza and was the stable third string at 16/1 in that race. Had previous.y been stuffed in a bumper.Most exciting prospect I saw last week was Emitom, trained by Warren Greatrex, was hugely impressive on his hurdle debut at at Ffos Las on Friday, having won both his bumpers previously - looks a great prospect and would be half his current price of 33/1 for the Ballymore if he were at one if the big yards. Another I put in the notebook a couple if weeks back was Honeysuckle, trained by Henry De Bromhead. Won on her rules debut in superb fashion and could take high rank in the mares races over the next few seasons.