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PFtrader
12 Sep 10 22:47
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That was a nice performance today at Listowel from an animal who has improved on the flat in the last year yet is a totally unexposed stayer over hurdles and who seems to enjoy good ground.

Get her handicapped in the mid 130's, run her in a qualifier and put her away for the Pertemps Final at Cheltenham next March, maybe even the Coral Cup.

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deadloss
When: 12 Sep 10 23:35
Think she will go to Wetherby next for Mares hurdle on Charlie Hall day
By:
deadloss
When: 13 Sep 10 10:37
Got 16lbs for yesterdays win (now 128)
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PFtrader
When: 13 Sep 10 18:30
The Irish handicapper doesn't mess about does he.

Ground at Wetherby never seems to get too soft these days so that should suit and the staying mare division is pretty weak so probably a good shout.
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Swinia
When: 13 Sep 10 20:39
Couldn't trust stables horses
By:
deadloss
When: 13 Sep 10 21:59
Very good trainer imho.

Done very well with Al Eile and improved this horse no end. Should I have a horse trained in Ireland I think John Queally would be one of people Id look at.
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Swinia
When: 13 Sep 10 22:18
apologies i meant kiely no queally who is a good trainer as you say
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deadloss
When: 13 Sep 10 22:26
Think John Kiely is also a good trainer.

With the ammunition he gets think he's one of the best trainers of bumper horses around.
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