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sixtwosix
05 Apr 16 09:27
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Surprised this one hasn't had a mention yet , my idea of the best long price runner.

Second in the 2015 Irish National on soft .
Third to Rogue Angel(giving a stone ) in the Kerry National.
Taking on quality horse No More Heroes in December .

Well I'm on at prices anyway .Cool

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By:
Frankelampard
When: 05 Apr 16 11:30
http://community.betfair.com/aintree2011/go/thread/view/121613/30611489/rule-the-world#flvWelcomeHeader

Put up in November last year. I'm glad someone else has finally noticed his excellent credentials! Got a fair bit matched at prices from 130-200. Can't wait for the big day! Seems to go on any ground too although I think having it soft would be best as it would inconvenience a few more in the field.
By:
The Headmaster
When: 05 Apr 16 11:32
I couldn't normally give a hoot about 'stats' like this but, out of interest, I wonder who the last Maiden Steeple Chaser to win the National was?!  Quite a way to break your duck.
By:
ZenMaster
When: 06 Apr 16 08:14
Totally agree with the OP.

Of course you could ponder on the maiden tag  but a 2nd in the Irish Grand Nation overrides the maiden issue.
He also had that element of class over hurdles, running against the likes of The New One in the Neptune and More Of That in the World Hurdle, so have we seen the best of him over fences?
Perhaps he wants better ground than the Irish heavy, he will be up with the pace and i like his chances of running a big race.
By:
sixtwosix
When: 06 Apr 16 08:42
The maiden tag does not bother me one bit. Quality staying placed form is better than having won a moderate race.

Commanche Court was a maiden when he won the Irish Grand National.
By:
Sven Vath
When: 09 Apr 16 14:05
Has a Mon mome like profile where afterwards it will look obvious.  Has had 5 runs this season too, think added fitness on testing ground is a bonus.  The last few nationals that have been run on soft or worse have been won by horses aged 9-11 and have had at least 5 runs.
By:
Mooono
When: 09 Apr 16 17:31
Congrats!
By:
impossible123
When: 09 Apr 16 17:32
Very well done to the backers of Rule The World!
By:
TimmyRiggins
When: 09 Apr 16 17:32
Congrats to all that were on!
By:
ride em out
When: 09 Apr 16 17:35
Very well done!
By:
Facts
When: 09 Apr 16 17:37
Well done to winners.
By:
sixtwosix
When: 09 Apr 16 17:40
Grin
By:
Orsoncart
When: 09 Apr 16 17:41
Well done mate done my conkers as usual , whack it all on the British guy tonight in the boxing
By:
unclepuncle
When: 09 Apr 16 17:42
Great shout - enjoy your winnings.
By:
The Headmaster
When: 09 Apr 16 17:44
Excellent result.  What a way to break your duck Crazy
By:
Tamesis
When: 09 Apr 16 17:44
Thanks for posting this thread. Great shout.
By:
The Dragon
When: 09 Apr 16 17:44
yes great stuff vwd all, nothing here at all get samurai with jason day ew
By:
Dan Chipowski
When: 09 Apr 16 17:47
Very well done.
By:
Platini
When: 09 Apr 16 17:57
Brilliant shout.  Didn't see this thread till now but I read something positive about him on another forum so had a couple of quid on.
By:
Swardean
When: 09 Apr 16 19:20
WD 626
By:
nocturnal
When: 09 Apr 16 19:36
Quality..... VWP
By:
ReaseHeath
When: 09 Apr 16 20:57
well done 626, great call.
By:
willsford
When: 09 Apr 16 21:10
Great shout.. well done
By:
Ibrahima Sonko
When: 09 Apr 16 21:27
Very well done
By:
GT
When: 09 Apr 16 22:53
Superb 626 & co


I've got Matauyama to cheer on
By:
Roger The Butler
When: 10 Apr 16 00:00
Good work fellas. Had a long look at him last night and the Irish National 2nd was very eyecatching, but couldn't get away from him never having won a chase, and you've got to be brutal in sifting through 40 horses or you back half the field.
By:
jasey
When: 10 Apr 16 02:02
Very well done.
Paul Jones put this horse up ante post also.
By:
Sven Vath
When: 10 Apr 16 04:42
I have been a poker pro for the  last 8 years, not sure any of my poker results have topped this, even though they have been for more money. The only time I have felt the same way was when i won my 2nd ever mtt after reading harrington on holdem way back in 2005.  Not sure why it is, guess it just because it is a hobby rather than work.
By:
IrisDeBalme
When: 10 Apr 16 21:01
very well done...

wouldn't have touched this horse as generally I don't back irish horses in the national...

but still fantastic tipping there considering rain downpour not anticipated as it was...
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