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Beryl
08 May 11 10:13
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Coolmore owned.
Montjeu out of a Darshaan mare - no stamina doubts.
Just won a Group 2 over 10 furlongs in a decent time.
Comments in running include quickened well, ran on well, comfortably.
Trained by a master and likely to have new riding sensation Mickael Barzalona riding.

There's a lot to like. Taking a chance that they may stay in France with him, but 20s with Billy's is very tempting.
Pause Switch to Standard View Pour Moi for the Derby - 20s good value?
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Report The Headmaster May 27, 2011 12:36 PM BST
Gravity-defying book management there, eric.

You da man.
Report zilzal1 May 27, 2011 1:09 PM BST
Enron(nap)
Report sintonian May 27, 2011 1:51 PM BST
Words fail me.

Reeks of desperation/saving face.
Report jair1970 May 27, 2011 2:01 PM BST
Come on sint!
If you back everything you always win... Laugh
Report essexguy May 27, 2011 2:02 PM BST
mayweather / eric, your a james hunt.
Report sintonian May 27, 2011 2:06 PM BST
That is literally what he is saying Jair Laugh

He has the first and second favourite, plus all of the Aidan Obrien runners. Believe in coincidence per chance ??Laugh
Report geoff m May 27, 2011 2:55 PM BST
Whilst he reckons hes got double figs for Carlton House by the time hes taken non runners ks down the swannee & stakes on 10 others he will in reality have backed it @ odds on.
But fair play to the ante post guru Eric if you bet every horse in the race your bound to get the winner.
Must take an abundance of skill(bullshyte) to be so great @ this ante post lark
Report geoff m May 27, 2011 3:04 PM BST
13 May 11 12:00 Sounds from that quote from the trainer like he wont be turning up.
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eric_morris When: 13 May 11 12:07 Meanwhile, doubts have surfaced over whether French challenger, Pour Moi - as low as 8-1 for the Investec-supported race - will make it to Epsom.

"I will talk to the owners and make a decision in the next week, but the Dante winner was impressive," said Pour Moi's trainer, Andre Fabre.
. eric_morris : 13 May 11 12:08 Fabre is no mug he knows how good Carlton House looked there.





13th May & poor old Eric still reckoned Frankel would turn up & Pour Moi wouldnt
Cant even get what will run right never mind picking a winner.
Report Beryl May 27, 2011 8:53 PM BST
Wasn't Fabre bullish, particularly for a man who says very little to the Press.

The one comment that stood out to me was when he was asked about tactics, he said that he had just one, to come from last to first.

I'm just talking out loud here, and I am probably nearer wrong than right, but I can't help thinking that he's Coolmore's number 1 pick and therefore his requirements will be paramount when deciding tactics. Therefore, the last thing he needs is a large field.

Now who has the most horses declared ?

He needs a good pace, a Dante type pace would be no good to him - see his first run this season.

I'm starting to believe that Coolmore may just declare him and a pacemaker to run on Saturday week, thus ensuring a strong pace and a relatively small field - optimum conditions for Coolmore's best hope.

I know, I know, I know, this might be wishful thinking on my part, but that comment has really got me thinking.
Report racingpoet May 28, 2011 10:05 AM BST
Pour Moi may be considered number one contender for Coolmore but I consider it highly unlikely that they would just run him and a single pacemaker.

Coolmore have bred and made ready several legitimate contenders for Epsom and I cannot see them leaving them at home in their boxes at Ballydoyle or sending them to Chantilly unless it is the right option for the horse.Traditionally they have run the horses they feel entitled to line up.
Report Beryl May 29, 2011 2:15 PM BST
Wishful thinking indeed on my part. Ballydoyle looking to run 4 including Recital and Seville.
Report elisjohn May 30, 2011 11:15 AM BST
very weak this morning dropped from 5.2 to near 7 , and no money wanting to back him
Report The Headmaster May 30, 2011 12:57 PM BST
Vadamar's connections have concluded there were extenuating circumstances that contributed to his third place finish in the Greff and he will run in Saturday's Derby, subject to a workout early this week.
Report Stake & Chips May 30, 2011 1:13 PM BST
Interesting...I wonder what those "extentuating circumstances" were..Confused
Report elisjohn May 30, 2011 1:17 PM BST
roderic still in
Report The Headmaster May 30, 2011 1:23 PM BST
The trainer was a definitely a little quick to rule him out, S&C.  you could read that as a positive as they were obviously very disappointed and must think he's a very good horse.  He lost a shoe before the race and didn't have the clearest run during it.  Maybe further excuses have emerged, too.  Of those priced up at 20/1 and bigger, he's the most interesting horse by far imo.
Report The Headmaster May 30, 2011 1:27 PM BST
Of only two jockey bookings showing, Weatherbys site has Fallon down for Native Khan. Wonder if Dunlop just shoved it in and crossed his fingers or if Fallon has confirmed?
Report The Headmaster May 30, 2011 4:50 PM BST
Fallon has confirmed - for Recital apparently Laugh
Report sintonian May 30, 2011 4:52 PM BST
Fellon on Recital.
Report sintonian May 30, 2011 5:30 PM BST
No Derby ride for Heffernan !! Shocked
Report sintonian May 30, 2011 5:31 PM BST
Colm on Treasure Beach.

Joseph on Memphis Tennesse.
Report mightymoyes May 30, 2011 5:32 PM BST
theyve gave heffernan the ride on misty for me in the oaks instead.
Report Ramruma May 31, 2011 8:21 AM BST
Pour Moi: on her Racing Post video, Clare Balding says he did not come down the hill very well (although she does go on to say it is a relative thing).

Unfortunately the Racing Post video of his gallop shows only the last furlong so we cannot see for ourselves.
Report Graeme83 May 31, 2011 10:51 AM BST
After Pour Moi's last win, Fabre said :-

"He was a little green around the bend and didn't really handle it".
Report Sandown May 31, 2011 11:02 AM BST
Why worry about comments made by claire balding when Fabre said after PM's Epsom gallop that all was fine?

Fabre, who has run nine horses in the Derby and finished no closer than fifth, was unperturbed."He sweats every day like that. He enjoyed going down hill, he enjoyed the turn, he enjoyed everything.

He later described the horse as medium seized, effective on fast and soft ground and well-balanced.

Personally, if there is a worry, then it would be the inexperienced jockey over-doing the waiting tactics and doing a Dancing Brave.
Report Tavaris Jackson May 31, 2011 11:46 AM BST
Jockey is a minor worry alright, he's undoubtedly very talented but with such an idiosyncratic track some more experience there would be a bonus.
Still though, anyone on at or around the time Beryl started this thread has a decent bet to look forward to.
Report racingpoet May 31, 2011 5:46 PM BST
I wouldn't be worried about the jockey - he looks top draw from what I've seen of him.
Report Beryl June 2, 2011 5:53 PM BST
Pour Moi given the Magniers first colours per both the Racing Post and Sporting Life website. Very interesting, particularly as he has only won a Group 2 whilst Recital as already won a Group 1.

Perceived pecking order, or I am reading too much into it?
Report cryoftruth June 2, 2011 11:14 PM BST
Possibly too much.

i am of the view that this is not Aiden's year and that the Frenchies have the best form.

However while Magnier may share this opinion, he doesn't know any more than we do which of his horses is the best.
Report jair1970 June 2, 2011 11:54 PM BST
I don't like Recital in PINK!

There are 3 first colours; Magnier's, Tabor's and Smith's

WHy can't he wear one of these?

Sneaky, maybe
Report bestmate June 3, 2011 3:56 PM BST
24 hours before we collectSilly
I am in love with the French for now. 1-2 will do nicely
Report EastLower Gooner June 3, 2011 4:39 PM BST
Kind of happy with Murtagh's ride there.

Was worried OBrien wont employ a pacemaker tomorrow and just send them out to ride their races but after today reckon he'll have to pick a sacrifical lamb to stop what happened today. Its cost them before in these races. cant afford it tomorrow.
Report Tavaris Jackson June 4, 2011 3:52 PM BST
Tabor very sweet on him there.
Report Stake & Chips June 4, 2011 4:05 PM BST
Well played lads.
Report A_T June 4, 2011 4:13 PM BST
Exceptional racehorse - came from last to first in the Derby. Incredible.
Report unclepuncle June 4, 2011 4:19 PM BST
unclepuncle
When: 09 May 11 12:42
If he was declared a definite runner I'd have him as favourite right now before the Dante is run.


Excellent thread - well done to those who got on early[;)]
Report Beryl June 4, 2011 4:19 PM BST
Hope you all won a few quid...my biggest ever win by a country mile!!

Will enjoy tonight, that's for sure!
Report jamesp June 4, 2011 4:22 PM BST
What an amazing performance.  Even while watching the replay I can't believe how he's come from last to first and quickened again in the last 100 yards.  With that kind of acceleration he can go on and win a clutch more Group 1 races.  Magnifique!
Report EastLower Gooner June 4, 2011 4:22 PM BST
Happy days.

That really cheered me up. last to first. makes up for my busted antepost on Dialed In.
Report jamesp June 4, 2011 4:24 PM BST
Well done to Beryl and everyone else who backed the horse - a fantastic result for many of us! (Helps make up for that farcical Oaks yesterday.)
Report sintonian June 4, 2011 4:32 PM BST
well done Beryl,ELG,Sandown/Headmaster, Jamesp.
Report bestmate June 4, 2011 4:34 PM BST
Beryl, Jair, COT & HEADMASTER
enjoy Happy days [:D]indeed
Report Sandown June 4, 2011 4:34 PM BST
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Why worry about comments made by claire balding when Fabre said after PM's Epsom gallop that all was fine?

Fabre, who has run nine horses in the Derby and finished no closer than fifth, was unperturbed."He sweats every day like that. He enjoyed going down hill, he enjoyed the turn, he enjoyed everything.

He later described the horse as medium seized, effective on fast and soft ground and well-balanced.

Personally, if there is a worry, then it would be the inexperienced jockey over-doing the waiting tactics and doing a Dancing Brave.


Phew!
Report eric_morris June 4, 2011 4:38 PM BST
Brilliant performance what can you say, not the best result for me but cleared 3.25k profit on the race.
Report cryoftruth June 4, 2011 4:40 PM BST
bestmate/beryl/headmaster/jair

yippee..
20/1 was a steal.

I do think that Moore was a bit unlucky on Carlton House, but Pour Moi a  worthy winner and a decent hose.

Not sure it was a great Derby and would not want to be taking too short a price about PM for the Arc
Report EastLower Gooner June 4, 2011 4:44 PM BST
Didnt think he was going to win you know.

Joesph went sooooo unbelievably slow on Memphis Tennesse and PM was so far back. Some horse.
Report jamesp June 4, 2011 4:45 PM BST
Phew indeed.  I thought he'd given himself far too much to do and that Joseph O'Brien had ridden them to sleep on board Memphis Tennessee, but the pace was faster than it looked (the winning time was much faster than the Oaks) and this played into the hands of the horses ridden with more restraint.  Memphis Tennessee did remarkably well to hold on to fourth and is clearly a colt to follow.  As for Pour Moi, the comparison with Dancing Brave is premature, but if he can show the same acceleration to win the Arc the comparison will be an apt one.
Report sintonian June 4, 2011 4:46 PM BST
Are you saying you beforetimed for once, Cryoftruth ? LaughCool

As for Carlton House, watch the side on view of the race, he panicked and kicked for home to soon. Ran a smashing race imo. Plenty of speed he has.
Report sintonian June 4, 2011 4:47 PM BST
* Ryan Moore panicked, imo.
Report Figgis June 4, 2011 4:51 PM BST
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Personally, if there is a worry, then it would be the inexperienced jockey over-doing the waiting tactics and doing a Dancing Brave.


Phew!


Happy Thankfully there wasn't a Shahrastani in the field.
Report EastLower Gooner June 4, 2011 4:51 PM BST
LOL Ryan. pretty sure if you sky+ed it you can go back and find the exact moment he sh*t himself.
Report sintonian June 4, 2011 4:55 PM BST
He was swearing at someone after the race Elg. Think he knows he panicked a bit though and is lashing out.
Report cryoftruth June 4, 2011 5:00 PM BST
I'll be the first to say this but -

This does not look a great Derby. Recital and Seville obviously never ran the races and Treasure is pretty much proven as less than brilliant.

The winner and Carlton House can definitely run better but they'll certainly need to.

my guess as the the winner's rating 122p - pretty modest stuff.
Report tobermory June 4, 2011 5:15 PM BST
great call Beryl
Report unclepuncle June 4, 2011 5:17 PM BST
Reminds me of Lammtarra's Derby - form on the day nothing special but something about the way he won, that burst of speed right at the end, that suggested he was special.
Report EastLower Gooner June 4, 2011 5:27 PM BST
Little bet on Prairie Star tomorrow lads?

Devil
Report elisjohn June 4, 2011 6:05 PM BST
well done all you winners, great call beryl, i took some 8/1 on him but alas i layed most off at around 6/1
Report Figgis June 4, 2011 6:32 PM BST
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I'll be the first to say this but -

This does not look a great Derby. Recital and Seville obviously never ran the races and Treasure is pretty much proven as less than brilliant.

The winner and Carlton House can definitely run better but they'll certainly need to.

my guess as the the winner's rating 122p - pretty modest stuff.


Taking the winner's narrow winning performance literally, then I agree that it's not a brilliant performance. It is surely possible to mark it up, though, given the manner of the victory. As for it being a poor Derby on the whole, I don't see how the placed horses have run any worse than the standard of recent placed horses. F&G being a bit better than some of the others, such as At First Sight, Tartan Bearer, Eagle Mountain, Dragon Dancer, Walk In The Park.
Report attitude adjuster June 4, 2011 6:37 PM BST
well done beryl

and nice to see a bit of restraint when your boat comes in.

now that's classy Cool
Report trev w June 4, 2011 7:26 PM BST
very well done beryl and anyother nice price winners...jock..pmsl...
took 7s arc st after.
Report jair1970 June 4, 2011 10:50 PM BST
It appears I have been congratulated by a couple of people!

I'll have to come clean and say that he was never more than a saver for me! And I haven't 'cleared 3.25k'.

C'est la vie. Happy

Great race for the neutral  and with my sports hat on it was a thrilling renewal.  Sadly my betting hat isn't the same as my sports hat. Sad He has to be a good one to win like that too.
Report layingisthewayforward June 5, 2011 11:36 AM BST
eric_morris
04 Jun 11 16:38   

Brilliant performance what can you say, not the best result for me but cleared 3.25k profit on the race.


ROFL
Report cryoftruth June 5, 2011 12:05 PM BST
figgis

I agree that the winner and the third actually are a bit better than the literal form. However I am of the view that it must have been a moderate race as Derbies go. Look at the distances back to the 7th Horse, Vadamar. The rider felt he needed softer ground and he as only juts behind Recital who again failed to show his very best by hanging into the rail.

Now Recital and Vadamar in finishing 6th and 7th, were only 6 and 7 lbs behind the winner. I suppose they could have run as might as 114 or 115 making the rating of the winner about 122, but this is, as I say, pretty modest stuff.

You can look at the winner's performance in  2 sways. He can either be viewed as very exceptional because he was able to pass 13 others in the last half mile, or you can argue that it couldn't have been that great a Derby if there was nothing in the race that could make the most of the considerable start Pou Moi decided to give all the others after they turned for home.

Of course all of this is academic; that is until one of these horses runs against good older horses - like Workforce, Sarafina and Await The Dawn, all of whom seem likely to be able to run around or greater than 130.

I am not sure the 3yo's are very brilliant, and personally would expect the older horses to be able to see them off.
Report unclepuncle June 5, 2011 12:34 PM BST
As well as reminding me of Lammatarra it was also quite similar to Erhaabs derby, coming from an impossible looking position and then winning virtually on the bridle. Erhaab never won another race but I doubt the same will be true of Pour Moi. Having said that it looks a very strong crop of older horses and I presume Pour Moi will only have 2 more runs before he's retired (Prix Niel and then The Arc).
Report Figgis June 5, 2011 12:44 PM BST
COT

Don't you think that is pretty much par for the course for the Derby, though? It either throws up a 3yo head and shoulders above its peers or one marginally better than an average bunch. I would say very rarely are the beaten horses top class (Dancing Brave obviously excepted), unless they didn't stay. Occasionally there are some that improve afterwards, like St Jovite and Alamshar.

On my figures this year's beaten horses ran as quick, or quicker, than in recent Derbys. It's not unusual for one or two of O'Brien's seemingly unfancied runners to run out of their skin on the big day.
Report A_T June 5, 2011 1:28 PM BST
What impressed me most with Pour Mois was that he was deliberately held up at the rear of the field yet still won - I don't recall a Derby win like that. Erhabb and Lammtarra both came late past horses but that seemed more like just how the race panned out rather than a plan.
Report unclepuncle June 5, 2011 1:34 PM BST
Fair point about the tactics A_T. I do think Pour Moi could be exceptional but as I say he really only has one chance to show, it in the Arc, before he's retired. Mind you with the quality of the older horses this year the Arc could be the best since 1986 and we all know what happened then[;)]
Report A_T June 5, 2011 1:41 PM BST
Pour Moi does not have an unbeaten record to protect so Coolmore might race him at 4 like they did Montjeu and Hurricane Run.
Report Sandown June 5, 2011 1:59 PM BST
COT

my guess as the the winner's rating 122p - pretty modest stuff.


IMO, your rating estimate demonstrates the limitations of a simple collateral rating methodology in as good an example as we are likely to see.

Surely your own eyes tell you that we saw an exceptional performance yesterday? Not since Dancing Brave have we seen a horse make up that amount of ground. Nevertheless, the fact that he won is as much luck as judgement. DB was clearly a better horse than Sharastani and  PM is way ahead of the other horses in the field.

Fabre has said that Peintre Celebre was the fastest horse he has trained - some claim - and that horse had exceptional acceleration. Fabre compared PM favourable with PC and stressed how rare it is to find a horse that can accelerate twice in a race.

On my projections based on the sectionals, PM ran to 133 with the second running to 119. I expect him to beat that rating as he strengthens.
Report A_T June 5, 2011 3:35 PM BST
Surely your own eyes tell you that we saw an exceptional performance yesterday? Not since Dancing Brave have we seen a horse make up that amount of ground. Nevertheless, the fact that he won is as much luck as judgement. DB was clearly a better horse than Sharastani and  PM is way ahead of the other horses in the field.



Agree PM's superiority is much more than the bare form - although I think Carlton House is better than he showed. The jockey maybe got a little lucky in just managing to get there - flip a coin and you've got Mike Smith on Zenyatta- but perhaps that's what makes genius.
Report ilikewavingatbuses June 5, 2011 4:14 PM BST
wd op.
Report The Headmaster May 14, 2016 3:58 PM BST
I forgot actually, eric...subsequent to doing your nuts on Frankel you also smashed up Carlton House...and still won on Pour Moi!!  Amazing effort to be fair mate, you should write a book on ante-post punting.
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 7:41 PM BST
Just uploaded screenshot of my book. First bet 1000 @ 25 Frankel placed minutes after his maiden win. He would have walked the Derby as I said at the time. Something we now know to obviously be true. Henry Cecil did his best for the horse who could have won any Classic at any trip. After he missed the race my book was chasing but I made a profit as specified on this thread. Amongst my bets on Pour Moi was an initial 500 @ 20s.
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 7:46 PM BST
The screenshot needs to be authorised before being displayed. Stakes are total on each horse, odds are average odds taken. Too much work on that book for the profit :)
Report The Headmaster May 14, 2016 8:10 PM BST
You must have been cr@pping yourself when Memphis Tee, then Treasure Beach, went for home, old boy?  I had them both 'covered', natch Wink
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 8:16 PM BST
Sometimes I rule horses out as having a chance. Havent got it wrong yet with outsiders but normally cover whole book.

This years Derby book havent had time its under 1.5k total stake but around that profit on 2 market leaders so pretty efficient, will cover more closer to race.
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 8:18 PM BST
Cant find the screenshot has it been authorised, never uploaded one before?
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 8:26 PM BST
So The Headmaster are you a moderator on here, you seen my screenshot before it has uploaded to know about these .. Memphis Tee, then Treasure Beach?
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 8:37 PM BST
The book comes out next year The Headmaster.
Report The Headmaster May 14, 2016 8:40 PM BST
Am I a moderator?! Laugh

I spend most of my time slagging off Betfair's Market Ops Dept and their inept practice and total lack of understanding on how ante-post markets work.

(No, I'm not)
Report unclepuncle May 14, 2016 8:45 PM BST
eric_morris
14 May 16 19:41

First bet 1000 @ 25 Frankel placed minutes after his maiden win.


Please find me this layer who offered the 1000 on an impressive Newm'mkt maiden winner from a top stable.Crazy

The only time I have ever seen 1000 offered is on horses who are fully expected to be non runners.
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 8:58 PM BST
You got the odds and stakes the wrong way round uncle ... I dont mess about if i spot a potential champion :)
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 9:00 PM BST
25/1 not on here with a bookie. Frankel wasnt impressive either he just won from Nathaniel (who we didnt know them would go on to win a King George). Had all the potential in the world though. He wasnt quoted for the Guineas biggest mistake i made not asking for a quote for that race as well. All talk was of the Derby for him. Had him antepost at 7/1 the Guineas later on.
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 9:04 PM BST
Looks like they're not going to upload my screenshot of my 2011 book.
Report Charlton2005 May 14, 2016 9:37 PM BST
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You got the odds and stakes the wrong way round uncle ... I dont mess about if i spot a potential champion :)


no, he has them the right way round
Report eric_morris May 14, 2016 9:41 PM BST
You never placed more than £50 on a horse them Charlton?
Report sintonian May 14, 2016 10:07 PM BST
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Moved Pour Moi second in my book now behind Carlton House it is coming down to who will handle the course/trip best. O'Brien's multiple dart machine for smaller amounts unlikely to happen as usual.




Love this post. Dated 27th of May no less after PM's confirmation and he was a top price 9/2 at the time. Yet he cleared a £3.25k profit despite backing 6 other runners on here. Genius. Pure genius.
Report Charlton2005 May 15, 2016 8:11 AM BST
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You never placed more than £50 on a horse them Charlton?


the #s in question are 1000 and 25 and which of them has a £ sign in fromt

wtf has £50 got to do with that?
Report impossible123 May 15, 2016 3:18 PM BST
I know what eric_morris's intentions are on these threads, and I've blocked the user.
Report eric_morris May 15, 2016 4:43 PM BST
Please do. I have had sintonian blocked for years now you are added along with any of your buddies.
Report Charlton2005 May 15, 2016 4:52 PM BST
am i blocked eric?
Report eric_morris May 15, 2016 5:09 PM BST
Charlton blocked
Report geoff m May 15, 2016 5:12 PM BST
Im upset hes not blocked meLaughLaugh
Report The Headmaster May 15, 2016 5:43 PM BST
Be careful, Geoff.  He had a massive red against your name but has sensationally "moved you second" in his blocked ante-post list, probably clearing about 3.5K should you put a toe out of line.
Report The Headmaster May 15, 2016 5:43 PM BST
Only joshing btw, ybm - all good fun old chap, eh? Happy
Report The Headmaster May 15, 2016 5:44 PM BST
(Please don't block me!! Love)
Report eric_morris May 15, 2016 9:09 PM BST
I dont spend as much time on here as the rest of you. Its amazing how you get blocked through having winning books on here it seems it is only acceptable to lose. Took 7s The Gurkha to cover my book another lie no doubt LaughLaugh
Report geoff m May 15, 2016 9:12 PM BST
Took 70s last night graham /ybm for a few quid LaughLaugh
Report eric_morris May 15, 2016 9:23 PM BST
Well done geoff m (geoff)
Report Charlton2005 May 15, 2016 10:47 PM BST
"moved you second" in his blocked ante-post list,

Laugh
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