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splinterboy82
12 Nov 13 23:04
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Entered on Sunday (17/11/13) over both 2m & 2m6f....
This beast is the one i'm most excited about this season....Mullins new superstar?
Took 20/1 Neptune - Can see this going off 5/4f after hacking up in Ireland all season prior to March 2014.

Think Moyle Park will end up being Mullins Supreme horse & Briar Hill heading for AB...

No need to wait until March when you can guess in November ;-)
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Report Paterson92 September 5, 2014 5:54 PM BST
yep because Faugheen's jumping was horrific in the Herald Champion Novice Hurdle ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoKR4Y0bHeE
Report Howdi September 5, 2014 6:07 PM BST
some people on this thread seem to have been following the sport for of of 2 seasons hyperbole at its best.
Report Eeternaloptimist September 5, 2014 7:48 PM BST
Paterson

The question arises because of how he kicked the downhill hurdles out of the ground in the Neptune. I don't think he could do that in a champion hurdle.
Report Paterson92 September 5, 2014 8:42 PM BST
I agree that he can't do that in a Champion Hurdle, not denying that. However, that 2 mile race in Ireland showed just how much a decent pace improves his jumping and that pace will be even quicker in the Champion that, in my opinion, will be an advantage. No one can deny his jumping improved that day. He's in the right hands for the next 6 months and with the exception of injury, he will make many punters richer for a 2nd year in a row! Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If only I had £1 for every time I heard/read people doubting this horse due to the way he jumps a hurdle - I hope the outcome is the same in 6 months time!
Report Howdi September 5, 2014 9:07 PM BST
don't underestimate jezki won more impressively than he was given credit for, last year.
Report Paterson92 September 5, 2014 9:14 PM BST
Totally agree Howdi and admittedly I was one of those who didn't give him the credit he was due at the time. On the plus side, thanks to Jezki, My Tent has received its last penny from me. Still very interested to see where UDS will end up next season!
Report deepingfox September 5, 2014 9:36 PM BST
Simply The Best, better than all the rest.
Report Eeternaloptimist September 5, 2014 10:20 PM BST
Don't get me wrong paterson. I'm not in any way dismissing the horses chances. I very much liked the way he put the Neptune race to bed and the Punchestown result was very much expected by me because I didn't think the drop to 2 miles would inconvenience him. My personal view at this stage is that Faugheen and Jezki are the two I wouldn't want to be taking on. So I rate the horse very highly and think he is the one who could be anything but as yet until he races against the best we really can't say for sure. But I like him a lot.
Report Howdi September 6, 2014 2:55 PM BST
Good luck paterson.
Report Howdi September 6, 2014 2:56 PM BST
Rumour has it that MTOY is going chasing as first preference.
Report Howdi September 6, 2014 4:49 PM BST
Interesting that Jezki was top rated novice hurdler of 2012-2013 season (and for many a season) before he went on to win the following years Champion hurdle. I for one wouldn't be surprised if he stamped his authority in this division now, although I respect The New One & Faugheen, who could be anything. I am more conservative than most but I would be fairly confident the winner of the Champion Hurdle will come from these three. I would be very interested in Vautour in the Champion hurdle as he struck me as a real Cheltenham specialist, track playing to his strengths. I think he is a solid bet for the Arkle (should he be confirmed for this route), much the same way Simonsig looked a couple of years ago (Simonsig was 3-1 ante post favourite), so 5's looks fair, to me.
Report Howdi September 6, 2014 4:56 PM BST
Faugheen rated 161 now , same mark as Jezki at the end of his Novice Hurdling season, by the way.
Report Paterson92 September 7, 2014 4:42 PM BST
Best of luck Howdi. You been having a few ante post bets already for the festival? I normally wait until November/December but have had a few quid on here and there.
Report Paterson92 September 7, 2014 4:47 PM BST
And with regard to MTOY - massive fan of the horse. Left me devastated on more than one occasion - most notably the defeat to Champagne Fever in the Supreme and the defeat to Jezki in March. But would definitely like to see him over a fence - could be exactly what is required to settle him as nothing else appears to work. Would love to see him win a Champion but unfortunately can't see it happening now.
Report Howdi September 7, 2014 5:23 PM BST
Nothing yet Paterson. I have the uncanny knack of getting one injured once I have backed it.
Report Paterson92 September 7, 2014 5:33 PM BST
Haha I know that feeling. I have the magic of making a horse go off a short priced favourite but fall early on - Briar Hill.
Report brandyontherocks September 8, 2014 8:15 PM BST
Champagne Fever was top rated novice hurdler 2013.  OR164
Report brandyontherocks September 8, 2014 8:17 PM BST
Ignore that. That was RPR.Whoops
Report Howdi September 8, 2014 8:21 PM BST
no he wasnt it was jezki (bhb)
Report brandyontherocks September 8, 2014 8:30 PM BST
Thats why I said ignore what I said. I read his RPR instead of his OR.

Faugheen as I can see is 158. Where did you read 161 ?
Report Howdi September 9, 2014 5:46 PM BST
then don't clutter the site with bollox Laugh
Report Howdi September 9, 2014 5:47 PM BST
faugheen is 161 i'll send you the full excel list if you want via email, if this would be handy let me know, ive sent it to 3-4 people on here over the summer. Howdi
Report SoYouThink September 9, 2014 7:37 PM BST
Faugheen battered his through 3 of the last 4 flights in the Neptune, skied the last, if he jumps the way he hurdles, he hasn't a hope in the big chases in my opinion. I've read the suggestion that he'll "respect" fences more but I can't see it. He has a serious engine but I'd keep this horse to Hurdles and aim him at the Stayers. The owners have Vautour and Annie Power for novice chases.
Report Howdi September 9, 2014 8:50 PM BST
stayers why not champion?
Report SoYouThink September 11, 2014 10:36 PM BST
My opinion Howdi would be that he doesn't hurdle anything like a champion hurdler, at least on the Neptune evidence. In the past the Stayers has been dominated by horses with big engines and a less than perfect hurdling technique, e.g. Big Bucks. I think at this minute that is the profile I would have of him.
Report Paterson92 September 11, 2014 11:23 PM BST
Always interested to see other people's opinions! Puzzle as always (Willie probably doesn't know for certain himself) but my thinking is the following 3 are being targeted ...

Arkle - Vautour (Champagne Fever route)
Champion - Faugheen (has the engine for it - jumping the concern)
Mares Hurdle - Annie Power (now a Grade 1 and no Quevega)

No idea where Un De Sceaux will end up, thought initially another French campaign but having 2nd thoughts. If not, Arkle or Champion likely to be the aim. Pont Alexandre to make a return (not even going to try and guess). Briar Hill I always just assumed would go chasing but I'm thinking World Hurdle could be a possibility. Djakadam maybe Gold Cup? Shaneshill maybe Supreme? Then of course Willie has the Gigginstown pair Tell Us More and Alez Columbierres who may be worth keeping an eye on ...
Report Quvega September 12, 2014 12:31 PM BST
It seems a fashionable viewpoint that Faugheen is a poor jumper. Poor beggar has had a mere 6 starts under rules, 5 of them in a hurdle race, 2 of which were at the very top table. He was a NOVICE during this time and is entitled to improve his technique with more experience. It seemed to me last term that it improved all the way through with racing and in a faster run race.

I don't see it as an issue.
Report Paterson92 September 12, 2014 1:36 PM BST
Well said sir.
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 3:14 PM BST
He jumped perfectly well for most of the Neptune and did so again on his final start at Punchestown. The question which remains is how he will take three and two out in the champion? He was going at his own pace over the longer distance this year as he'd taken it up then but he still made a right horlicks of both those flights as the race began to generate steam.

I simply don't believe that he can make such mistakes in 2015 and win a  champion hurdle. Going back over 20 years I don't recall any horse making those types of mistakes at the business end of champion hurdles and winning. Not only are champion hurdlers good hurdlers but they generally have an outstanding ability to get from one side to the other with lightning speed and efficiency and at the highest level this often makes the difference.

So any bet has to be done in the hope that it will be okay on the day because he won't be running on the champion track or anything like it until the day and the chances are that sooner or later he will flatten a hurdle.
Report Quvega September 12, 2014 4:11 PM BST
I would dispute that he made a 'right horlicks' of the flights. He made errors and was less than fluent, as are many novices at times or even seasoned hurdlers.
Jezki is not the best jumper of a hurdle you will ever see, neither is The New One & Punjabi fell before winning his. Just some examples off the top of my head.

Is there room for improvement in Faugheens jumping?  Of Course
Does he have the room to make that improvement? Given the normal progression from novice to more experienced hurdler, I think he does.

Will he make that improvement?  Million dollar question Happy
Report Quvega September 12, 2014 4:19 PM BST
I would be more worried about him staying sound and healthy given he has had reported problems in staying sound. It is encouraging though that he managed to run at Punchestown after appearing at Cheltenham as you would have thought the undulating nature of Cheltenham may have aggravated any underlying soundness issues.
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 5:10 PM BST
Neither Jezki or The New One are always the cleanest of hurdlers but they perfectly illustrate the point. Jezki didn't jump four out that well but it didn't matter too much because they hadn't started to race at that stage. The key point is that either by luck or good jockeyship as they began to really race going to three out Geraghty saw a stride and Jezki flew it and jumped two out quickly taking him into the lead and for a few strides after he sat quiet allowing the horse to fill his lungs for the finish. The New One was close enough going to three out but he jumped that one a little clumsily and did so again at two out and they had flown away. Punjabi was generally a good jumper and did jump well when he won. Of course horses can and do come to grief.

Where I disagree is your characterisation of Faugheen's mistakes especially at three out. Two out he was more clumsy and in a champion that would have cost him a length or so. Three out he hit halfway up and flattened it. Champion hurdlers don't tend to do that at that stage because the taps are really turned on. Such a mistake would have cost him two or three lengths at the top level and momentum. Racing so much quicker at that stage could even see him on the floor making that mistake in a champion.

Of course not only could he improve (although he does spend more time than ideal in the air even jumping well) but he just could have one of those rounds like Jezki where he makes his mistake when it doesn't matter and he jumps the hurdles where speed is of the essence really well.
Report Quvega September 12, 2014 5:50 PM BST
Hard to disagree with anything you say really. I am not saying he is the best jumper of a hurdle ever but he is not as bad as some are making out either, in my opinion only of course.
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 6:23 PM BST
In the interests of fairness and collective knowledge I'll throw another potential scenario into the equation touched on by some of his greatest advocates. Perhaps this horse just is that little bit special and if he plays to his strength of galloping at a high cruising speed as he did in arguably his two best performances is it not conceivable that he could do a Hardy Eustace from the front and control the race to suit himself? In these circumstances a mistake or two if he's up in the van become less problematic for his chances than if he's sat three or four off the lead and trying to make ground as they run to three out.

From memory with the exception of Sublimity and Hurricane in 2011, in the last decade the winners have either been at the front or near to it or if they couldn't get near the front they were working hard to maintain whatever position they could get (Brave Inca and Hurricane in 2013).
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 6:29 PM BST
And this is what draws me back to the jumps year after year. The debate will rage for six months as we sift through all the clues along the way. Not only for this horse and this race but for all the big races at the festival and that's only part of the narrative arc which stretches from the Charlie Hall all the way to Punchestown.
Report Howdi September 12, 2014 6:47 PM BST
Can't recall a horse in recent times who has caused such debate, can't help but think Willie Mullins put everyone away, when he said Faugheen was better, while he mopped up the 14-1 on the Champion (in March, after the festival).
Report Howdi September 12, 2014 6:55 PM BST
^^^ Said was Vautour was better
Report Quvega September 12, 2014 7:00 PM BST
Great isn't it EO. I am NH all the way and start to get a bit twitchy round about now each year, desperate for the jumps to start.
Report SoYouThink September 12, 2014 8:56 PM BST
He smashed and fiddled his way over 3 of the last 4 hurdles in the Neptune and skied the last. On that evidence, I would say he doesn't hurdle well at all. In my opinion as well the best hurdlers are fairly accurate hurdlers from day one. I admit I have not seen the Punchestown race, maybe he improved there.
Report SoYouThink September 12, 2014 9:05 PM BST
I can't see Annie Power being aimed at the Mares. Mullins has umpteen smart mares he could aim at that, e.g. Glens Melody, Upsie, Adriana Des Mottes, Urticaire and probably a few more.

Annie Power's future as they have always said is over fences. I'd say she'll be running in novice chases before long.

Un De Sceaux will probably be campaigned like Champion Hurdler early in the season and he'll be asked to race in a lot bigger races this season compared to last. Faugheen might take this route too if sticking to hurdles but I'll be opposing him if he does.

Don't forget Mullins has Pont Alexandre and Un Atout to come back from injury. The likes of Valseur Lido, Rathvinden and Wicklow Brave, these are potential novice chasers (1 or 2 will run in the Irish Grade 1 hurdles in my opinion too).
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 9:16 PM BST
I've always been a punter rather than an owner Howdi but I'd have to say that the trainers responsibility is to his owner. My enjoyment is in analysing the various strands of evidence and I'm afraid I rarely listen to anything a trainer says. In fact I rather take the Paxman line of asking myself why this lying baastard is lying to me. It works far more often than it doesn't. I had a good look at those races post Cheltenham and I was convinced Faugheen was the better horse at any distance with Vautour the better jumper. When Mullins was quite clear that in his mind that Vautour was better it reinforced my view that I was right. Laugh
Report Eeternaloptimist September 12, 2014 9:19 PM BST
As for Annie Power I just think she got outstayed by a very high class horse in More Of That. She's perfectly capable of winning the stayers if he goes chasing and if he stays hurdling it wouldn't surprise me to see them go novice chasing with her this year. I still think she's a very special mare and I think she'll have learned plenty from Cheltenham this year.
Report Howdi September 13, 2014 4:00 AM BST
^^ post post i still think Vautour is a hoss and a half at cheltenham fairly pissed up
Report cufcno1 September 13, 2014 6:44 AM BST
Must admit I was more of a Briar hill fan than faugheen last year but standing near the finishing line at Cheltenham I said to my mate this is a special horse,and the way faugheen travelled over 2 mile next time jumping better reaffirmed my thoughts that nothing will get near him in the church,not even jezki what I backed last year,you should always go with your own eyes..this horse will win the champion hurdle in March !
Report cufcno1 September 13, 2014 6:44 AM BST
Champion sorry
Report Howdi September 14, 2014 7:36 AM BST
So in summary you backed last years winner and are confident of doing the same this year.
Report cufcno1 September 14, 2014 7:47 AM BST
Yes,faugheen to beat jezki,the new one in third,every hurdle flattened off the 1st 3,excited already !
Report Howdi September 14, 2014 9:01 AM BST
Laugh What about backing all of the above horses at 6-1 on here. About 11-8 that one of them wins I think come the day the 11-8 will look rather good value, as I can't see any one else winning.
Report cufcno1 September 14, 2014 9:44 AM BST
It's a good point if you can get 6s about all 3,Vatour,mtoy,that handicapper un de sceux will be arkle bound,nowt else to be bothered about !
Report Howdi September 14, 2014 8:07 PM BST
^^^^ agree.
Report SoYouThink September 14, 2014 10:40 PM BST
Last season was some waste if they decide to send Un De Sceaux over fences now
Report duffy September 15, 2014 11:46 AM BST
I can't believe Faugheen can win a CH with his poor technique, I don't believe the notion that the faster they go the better he'll be, people always say that type of thing, he'll "respect" them more or more pace will aid his technique.

If he has poor technique then the quicker they go will make it worse because he will have less time to sort himself out and the mistakes will cost him ground at every hurdle....from a purist point of view I don't want to see a horse be able to disregard the most fundamenttal aspect of the task at hand and still succeeed in a hurdling speed test...and I haven't seen it happen yet.
Report cufcno1 September 15, 2014 1:35 PM BST
It didn't run through every hurdle at Cheltenham and jumped fine at punchestown,dont think the rest of the challengers are the best of jumpers !
Report duffy September 16, 2014 3:38 PM BST
Going to be fascinating what Pont Alexandre comes back like, remember, before all these latest superstars came along from Mullins...he was supposed to have the raqcing world at his feet, Walsh was even telling Nicholl's not to even bother running one in the Neptune as it was a waste of time....we'll have to see what happens this season with him.
Report Howdi September 17, 2014 3:05 PM BST
SoYouThink • September 14, 2014 10:40 PM BST
Last season was some waste if they decide to send Un De Sceaux over fences now

GOOD POST. SPOT ON.
Report buddeliea September 17, 2014 4:55 PM BST
Blimey lads, you lot will all be knackered by next March!!

By the way, I also think that is spot on.

Anyone think those races in France were a prep for chasing.....bigger hurdles.
Just a thought.
Hope not, I still want to see him trailblazing a Churdle field.
Be some sight I reckon.
Report cyclops September 24, 2014 10:21 AM BST
Six reasons why Faugheen should be laid for the Champion hurdle at 9/2.

1. He may well not aim for the race.
2. He won a point to point over three miles. Has any horse ever done that and then won a Champion?
3. He also won a heavy ground 3 mile hurdle; extraordinary to also have the speed to win a Champion.
4. He's only managed six runs as he nears the age of seven. He may well not be the most robust.
5. His only attempt at two miles led to him routing the field at Punchestown. However, the time of the race was identical to that recorded in the handicap hurdle by a 123 rated horse half an hour later. To suggest that that performance established Champion Hurdle claims has some merit, but to become a short priced favourite?
6. Widely discussed above, he's not the most fluent jumper of hurdles we've see.

Wonderful horse; possibly a legendary one in the making but his current price must be laid and laid and laid.
Report cufcno1 September 24, 2014 11:51 AM BST
Ruby was patting his neck with half a furlong to go at punchestown,he will be aimed at the race,winners of the Neptune normally run well in ch,doesn't look as though he lacks speed,6-4 shot come March.back.back back
Report wellchief September 24, 2014 1:29 PM BST
Spot on Cyclops
Report brandyontherocks September 24, 2014 10:33 PM BST
Cyclops


5. His only attempt at two miles led to him routing the field at Punchestown. However, the time of the race was identical to that recorded in the handicap hurdle by a 123 rated horse half an hour later. To suggest that that performance established Champion Hurdle claims has some merit, but to become a short priced favourite?


His time may have been the same but he was carrying 15lbs more than the Henderson horse. On level weights he would have beaten him 15 lengths/ 4 secs. 
Plus like Carlisle says he came home in his home time the final furlong.

Your other points are good though.
Report rhinestone September 26, 2014 8:41 AM BST
3. He also won a heavy ground 3 mile hurdle; extraordinary to also have the speed to win a Champion.

Very bad placing by the trainer
Report cyclops September 29, 2014 12:48 PM BST
brandyontherocks - fair enough but the second horse in that handicap was only beaten two lengths and carried only two pounds less than Faugheen. Not using this as conclusive, but to have the field stone dead into the straight, while posting an unexceptional time did indicate to me that this was not a great race.
Report Paterson92 October 4, 2014 12:16 AM BST
Thank you to Mr Ricci for what will be a great nights sleep tonight after hearing the words "Faugheen stays hurdling". Faugheen the Machine is your Champion Hurdle 2015 winner!
Report foolsgold123 October 4, 2014 7:31 AM BST
But could be the world hurdle, but surely briar hill goes there (even though it ain't ricci's). Vautour can't win a champion hurdle he has Arkle written all over him surely?  Really really hope faugheen goes champion hurdle!!
Report Paterson92 October 4, 2014 8:51 AM BST
Only really leaves Champion Hurdle and World Hurdle on the agenda for Faugheen now, but I agree that Briar Hill is the likeliest World Hurdle contender. I'm still fascinated to see just how good Briar Hill is. Listened to a lot of preview nights and one in particular with Patrick Mullins was very informative. He described the horse as an Aston Martin, one of his favourite horses to ride. Said the horse shows absolutely nothing at home and is lazy in the way he goes about his work but says even though he always just about seems to get the job done when he races, there's always so much more left in the tank! I for one was gutted he fell in the Albert Bartlett last year, needed him for a few ante post doubles and trebles and wanted to find out if he was all that they made him out to be! Looking like another long winter wait for the answer but the way he flew up that Cheltenham hill to win the Champion Bumper was very impressive!
Report BJG October 4, 2014 10:10 AM BST
Vautour can't win a champion hurdle

what a statement that is Crazy
Report ChildOfMine2 October 9, 2014 11:16 PM BST
Theres a bombshell on the way ExcitedSad
Report cufcno1 October 9, 2014 11:39 PM BST
Please don't say it's injured or running in the world hurdle
Report Paterson92 October 10, 2014 12:01 AM BST
Bombshell on the way? Are you referring to Paddy Power's prices or something else?
Report bluebirdfan October 10, 2014 6:45 AM BST
Brilliant Childofmine....if you know something why not just say? Hopefully not out for the season
Report ChildOfMine2 October 10, 2014 7:22 AM BST
I dont know anything but ive heard a rumour that Vautour might be staying over hurdles. Whatever that means for Faugheen I don't know.
Report bluebirdfan October 10, 2014 7:39 AM BST
Would guess it means him going for the World Hurdle :( It's a real shame, Vautour looks a chaser in the making but I'm guessing they will have been schooled over fences by now so possibly Vautour has struggled
Report cufcno1 October 10, 2014 8:22 AM BST
I'm sure ricci said the other day that they hadn't schooled him yet which I find hard to believe,also faugheen won't beat more of that over 3 mile !
Report ChildOfMine2 October 12, 2014 7:00 PM BST
Vautour staying hurdling so World Hurdle now an option for Faugheen.
Report Smart Predator October 12, 2014 7:07 PM BST
Is that your opinion or has something been announced?
Report jetodd October 12, 2014 7:12 PM BST
Nothing announced as of yet. If it had been Vautour wouldn't be trading at 8/1 for the Arkle
Report ChildOfMine2 October 13, 2014 11:39 PM BST
Good info.
Report cufcno1 October 13, 2014 11:48 PM BST
Come on then tell us who you have heard this off !
Report stevo1 October 14, 2014 12:09 AM BST
Not the trainer for sure.
Report BJG October 14, 2014 12:11 AM BST
U would nt know em cufcno1
Report cufcno1 October 14, 2014 2:35 AM BST
Why cos they don't exist ?
Report bluebirdfan October 15, 2014 10:38 AM BST
Be such a waste if Faugheen goes for the World Hurdle. If Vautour isn't making into a chaser then surely aim the both at the Champion Hurdle originally. One could be injured etc then they wouldn't have a runner in at all otherwise
Report BJG October 15, 2014 12:11 PM BST
Indeed, hopefully common sense prevails!
Report maelduin October 15, 2014 7:17 PM BST
"If Vautour isn't making into a chaser then surely aim the both at the Champion Hurdle originally"

What, and expect Ruby to have to decide between the two? What a ridiculous notion. Rich "Blank Check" Ricci has given WPM/Ruby free rein and they'll exploit this as much as they can even if it means running Faugheen in the WH. Bring back the real NH owners who's ultimate goal is to win the prestigous races at Cheltenham i.e. CC, CH and GC. F Ricci and his "i just want to win any race at Cheltenham" nonsense. Go buy handicappers then you ****.

Rant over!!!!!
Report Slabster October 15, 2014 8:10 PM BST
If Vautour stays hurdling I'd rather see Faugheen go chasing than go the World Hurdle route.
Report deepingfox October 15, 2014 8:19 PM BST
If you cant work out the FAUGHEEN is a 2 mile hurdler, and VAUTOUR may stay over hurdles to, then man up and go for Champion Hurdle just like JP MCManus would.  KIV he had My Tent or Yours and Jezki both going for CH last year, and no-one thought it anything other than sensible.

This Mullins-Ricci stupidity is getting ludicrous, SELL ONE TO JP and lets see a proper Championship race.
Report Slabster October 15, 2014 8:26 PM BST
I wouldn't see the point in keeping two future chasers over hurdles if you owned both. Why not let one get on with things over the larger obstacles and have a go at the Champion Hurdle with the other.
Report cufcno1 October 15, 2014 10:11 PM BST
When seeing faugheen behind the parade ring after it won at Cheltenham it did not look like a chaser to me !
Report foolsgold123 October 15, 2014 11:08 PM BST
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lVNyyQWvbCc found faugheens bumper win if anyone's interested. Magic.
Report ChildOfMine2 October 16, 2014 12:23 AM BST
Ricci has his chaser this year in Annie Power!
Report cufcno1 October 16, 2014 7:14 PM BST
A tell ya what childofmine2 your info is **** hot !
Report McK30wn October 16, 2014 8:02 PM BST
ever think of opening up your on tipping line childofmine2 with info like that you'll be flying...
Report bluebirdfan October 16, 2014 9:17 PM BST
Great info Childofmine
Report wellchief October 16, 2014 9:47 PM BST
Haha Laugh
Report smOOOOooth as Chocolate! October 16, 2014 10:10 PM BST
Faugheen will run in the Champion Hurdle and WIN it! 9/2 will look good at the end of the day!!
Report ChildOfMine2 October 17, 2014 9:17 AM BST
Bloody Willie :(
Report Paterson92 October 21, 2014 6:41 PM BST
Now 7/2 ante post fav, crazy scenes! What price does everyone think he will go off at (assuming all goes well between now and 10th March)?
Report cufcno1 October 22, 2014 1:28 AM BST
7-4 if not losing until ch
Report siralex October 22, 2014 10:07 PM BST
My biggest ever ante post bet at 16's 12's 8's and 5's. Would  equal  my biggest ever win.
Report Harvester October 23, 2014 12:41 PM BST
got Faugheen at 35.0 on betfair for Churdle after the festival.. learnt to ignore anything Mullins says about his horses!
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