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ETON FOREVER, winner of last year's consolation race for the William Hill Lincoln, has been made favourite for the big Doncaster handicap after a total of 97 entries were revealed for the race on Wednesday.

Trainer Roger Varian saddled the five-year-old to win the Spring Mile and is preparing two challengers for the main event on March 31 with Dubawi Sound also in the reckoning.

Eton Forever has a good record on Town Moor with a win and a second from his two starts and has been made the 10-1 favourite by the sponsors.

Varian said: "Eton Forever has wintered very well and, although it is still very early days, he will be on a training schedule to get him to the Lincoln although a lot can happen in the meantime. 

"He ran two good races at Ascot but we came away from there, particularly after the Royal Hunt Cup where he was travelling very well two furlongs out, thinking that he didn't really get the trip over that stiff mile. We think an easy mile like the Doncaster mile or a stiff seven furlongs will be his ideal trip.

"He is a very likeable horse, with good ability, and the type of horse who runs well fresh ."

Dubawi Sound was purchased by Pearl Bloodstock after winning his maiden at Newbury, but finishied a beaten favourite on his next two starts at Epsom and Newmarket.

Varian added: "We've entered Dubawi Sound, whether he gets in off his rating [88] is another matter, if not he could run in the consolation race."
Michael Dods
Last year's winner Sweet Lightning has been entered in a bid to become the first dual winner of the race. His trainer Michael Dods said: "Sweet Lightning is in Dubai at the moment and is going to have one or maybe two runs out there leading up the William Hill Lincoln. We will take it from there. 

"The reality is that he is now rated significantly higher than he was last year (8lb more) so whether he can go there and carry that sort of weight in the Lincoln or not, I don't know.

"The plan will be for Johnny Murtagh to ride him again and similar ground to last year will be perfect."


William Hill Lincoln
Sponsors bet: 10-1 Eton Forever, 11-1 Primaeval, 12-1 Man Of Action, Start Right, 14-1 Edinburgh Knight, Fury, Robemaker, 16-1 Sweet Lightning, Penitent,Hawkeyethenoo, Smarty Socks, Take It To The Max, Askaud, Mull Of Killough, Dubawi Sound, Voodoo Prince, Glor Na Mara, Font Of Wisdom, 20-1 bar

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BJG
When: 15 Feb 12 13:29
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If they can get Fury back to form..... Mischief
By:
sintonian
When: 15 Feb 12 16:14
Fury been the early mover BJG. 14/1 into 11/1 with the sponsors.

Not for me Guv. No idea what form he is in, is it.
By:
Value King
When: 15 Feb 12 16:45
Hey Sint,

I've had a quick glance over the Lincoln and to be honest Fury is the only one that has that touch of class about him; in the same way Penitent had two years ago for the same Owner/Trainer combo. He's been given a chance by the handicapper after three woeful efforts last July onwards and the mark of 98 looks appealing if he returns to the form of old. The fact that the horse is back now as a 4yo gives the suggestion that he still must be showing something to be worth another year on the track. He has form on both quick and slow ground and there must be the potential of Murtagh coming over to ride him I would have thought. So with that in mind I don't think the now best price of 12/1 is too bad to be having an ante post stab with considering any ante post bet is more of a gamble anyway than nearer the time and if he is back on song he should go fairly close.

Just my thoughts :)
By:
sintonian
When: 15 Feb 12 17:23
Hi VK, yeah I agree about his class. I backed him in the Guineas in the w/o Frankel market. Trainer has to be respected, had a great season last season. GL mate.
By:
Value King
When: 15 Feb 12 17:41
I can never resist a cheeky ante post bet on the Lincoln! It's what early Spring was made for, ha!
By:
PFtrader
When: 15 Feb 12 18:27
I think you have summed that up pretty well VK and I agree he is the interesting one at this stage. I took some 14's last week and will probably top up @ 12's shortly.

It is the only entry in the race from Haggas too which I am pleased about as he doesn't waste entries.

I could be wrong but I thought the trainer said the horse was given a rushed preparation to start his campaign last year in the Guineas and that may have contributed to his form tailing off during the year. After reviewing the Guineas again I also don't think he looked that comfortable on the fast ground so some cut might be desirable.
By:
Terry Venables
When: 15 Feb 12 18:43
Evening Guys

Think we are all reading of the same script here.

Backed Fury Win & E/W last week @ 12/1

also covered on Eton Forever Win & E/W 14/1
By:
thecribs
When: 15 Feb 12 19:06
Same as everyone else, Fury is the only horse that stands out as better than a handicapper.Dubawai Sound was hugely impressive on his debut but didnt quite follow that up. Maybe the front two slit each others throat that day but Colombian went on to run well in a couple of races.
By:
Far From Trouble
When: 15 Feb 12 19:44
To quote somebody from last year

Far From Trouble   
Posted 14/02/2011 20:03     
See no reason why Eton Forever doesn't honk up in this tbh


Wrong race muppet Silly


^ Comment applies this year tbh Grin
By:
BJG
When: 19 Feb 12 10:17
William Haggas has confirmed one-time Classic hope Fury is set to run in the William Hill Lincoln at Doncaster on March 31.

Unbeaten as a juvenile, Fury finished fifth behind Frankel in last year's 2000 Guineas and while he ran well to finish second at Sandown next time, his three subsequent starts were disappointing.

Haggas is no stranger to Lincoln glory, saddling High Low (1992), Very Wise (2007) and Penitent (2010) to win in South Yorkshire.

"That's (the Lincoln) the idea. If we can get him back to his two-year-old form, or even his run in the Heron Stakes at Sandown, he's potentially well treated, but that is a big 'if'. We'll be doing our best anyway," the trainer said.
By:
unclepuncle
When: 19 Feb 12 12:11
If he comes back to form then Fury looks thrown in and with the trainer/owner having such a good record he looks sure to go off shorter.
Having said that he was stone last in his last 3 runs so he has to improve markedl;y.

Of the others I think Bonnie Brae @ 20/1 stands out.
By:
sintonian
When: 19 Feb 12 12:18
That's why I cant have him tbh Uncle. At least when Penitent came into this race he had won his last start the previous season. I dont see this horse being any shorter than 8/1 on the day tbh, how can he be ?
By:
roobuck
When: 19 Feb 12 14:15
I have to disagree there sint. Whilst his last 3 runs are of a concern, if they had been better, he would not be in this race.

He has proven himself to be a Group race performer and this is a handicap where he seems very well treated as mentioned by VK. Taken 11s with Billys, no longer account with 365
By:
Value King
When: 19 Feb 12 16:09
Some positive news there from Haggas :)

He is the ante post selection from my point of view as it's worth the gamble on him at the prices because if he is back to his best then he takes the beating. He could have simply lost his way of course, but if he hasn't the ground shouldn't be an issue whatever happens and the 12/1 looks too tasty to ignore at the moment.
By:
Value King
When: 19 Feb 12 16:37
365 read the article too by the looks of things, clipping him in to 10s now!
By:
sintonian
When: 19 Feb 12 16:59
I understand the angle Roobuck and that is one way of reading it. I know he is/has class as I did back him in the Guineas, but for me his handicap rating is dropping for a reason and in all honesty an 8lb drop is not that much for a horse who has been beat 11 lengths,14 lengths and ll lenghts in his last three starts. He literally showed nothing at all. 14/1 & 12/1 looks OK but if there is the usual 20 odd runners (is it 20 or 25? ) that line up he shouldn't be any shorter than 10's. I actually thought Haggas didnt sound too optimistic in those quotes tbh and he is usually very fair when assesing his horses imo.
By:
roobuck
When: 19 Feb 12 20:52
And I understand your position perfectly sint - I'm sure I'll play something else closer to the day. Whilst  you have a point about his sp, I think his price will contract.

Haggas may be sceptical but the connections would not have kept the horse in training without good reason.

Look forward to reading about your pick if you have one in due course though I suspect it will be much closer to race day.
By:
sintonian
When: 20 Feb 12 09:33
I do have one I half fancy but not guaranteed to get a run, and I have just shot off an email to the trainer to see if it is their intention to go! ExcitedLaugh
By:
sj
When: 21 Feb 12 10:46
about 90/92 cut off point this season?
By:
Anaglogs Daughter
When: 26 Feb 12 19:12
Jane Chapple-Hyam ‏@JaneChappleHyam

New to Twitter, Cant wait to run the mull on sat for @Invictus_Racing horse is in good order. Mull Of Killough gearing up to the Lincoln, 25/1 looks good. You know that !
By:
sintonian
When: 26 Feb 12 19:52
Lol. I love the hot babe. Love

King Of Jazz - first time out form figues are 21 and the win was at Doncaster. He's never won at a mile, but did finish 2nd to Sagramoor at Haydock who then went on to win the Brittania afterwards. I dont particularly like the fact he has recently been sold but Michael Bell has confirmed him on target for the race so at 25/1 will have a few quid.
By:
Terry Venables
When: 26 Feb 12 20:09
Anyone heard anything regards Bonnie Brae?

Won here at end of last season over 7F.

A rise of 6lbs doesn't look overly harsh.
By:
roobuck
When: 27 Feb 12 07:44
Interesting pick sint, can see your angle on this one - like you say interesting that perhaps its single best piece of form was over a mile yet for the most part ran over shorter distances. The horse he beat first time out last year is now rated 106 though it was his debut.

I believe he must be guaranteed a run if this is the horse you had in mind previously - good luck.

Sorry not heard anything re Bonnie Brae Terry. sint seems to be successful in getting info by sending the yard an email, maybe that's a way to try
By:
Leo Bovary
When: 02 Mar 12 19:52
Please correct me if I'm wrong but hasn't Fury been gelded since last season?
By:
TEN2FOLLOWER
When: 02 Mar 12 19:59
Fury shows as a gelding on RP website.
By:
Leo Bovary
When: 02 Mar 12 20:26
I know. So was he a colt last season?
By:
roobuck
When: 02 Mar 12 20:29
Well he would have been when he ran in the Guineas
By:
Leo Bovary
When: 02 Mar 12 20:44
Very clever. So was he gelded after the Guineas and before his next run on the 26th May, or was he gelded after that run before his next outing on the 7th of July? He ran on July 16th, but wasn't seen again until the 19th of October. Was he gelded at some point in-between those runs?
What I was trying to establish was, is it possible that he was gelded after his last run last season, and so having suffered that operation his mind may now be more focused on racing? Thus he may find some improvement on those last few runs. Or, did he have the operation at some point last summer, meaning the operation had no discernible effect on improving his form?
By:
Rowley Mile
When: 02 Mar 12 21:30
Fairly sure he never ran as a gelding during 2011
By:
jonibake
When: 03 Mar 12 09:36
This was the Racing Post comment after his penultimate run -  "Connections could not offer any explanation, and the colt was routine tested"

I followed this one quite closely last year and managed to lose a nice amount of money on him Sad - I am sure he has been gelded this winter but I still wouldnt touch him with a barge pole. Good luck to those braver than me!
By:
sintonian
When: 03 Mar 12 10:16
Must have been gelded during the autumn/winter. Last chance saloon then you would imagine. Lets hope it works for him.
By:
roobuck
When: 03 Mar 12 11:38
Hope so!
By:
Anaglogs Daughter
When: 06 Mar 12 15:16
Pat Smullen booked for Edinburgh Knight
By:
liberator of the oppressed
When: 10 Mar 12 18:42
Is Fury technically a eunuch (probably bad spelling)? Aren't they big and strong?
By:
BJG
When: 19 Mar 12 10:49
Sweet Lightning must be out - taken out of a lot of betting lists
By:
El Apache
When: 21 Mar 12 22:41
Light From Mars

Good e/way value @ 40/1 with Ladcrooks.

Trainer gave this a positive word in the Times today. Looks well handicapped on his Newbury Spring Cup win last year.Recently given a prep run at Wolverhampton. Trainer in form and has won this before.Also has a lucky owner who loves these big handicaps.
By:
town moor
When: 23 Mar 12 08:00
Ground is pretty quick at the moment, no rain in 5 day forecast, Eton forever my only play so far at 16 on here.
By:
town moor
When: 23 Mar 12 08:00
Ground is pretty quick at the moment, no rain in 5 day forecast, Eton forever my only play so far at 16 on here.
By:
Mystic Wind
When: 23 Mar 12 10:09
Stevie Thunder looks friendless, but I don't know why. Winner of the Ripon Rowels and runner-up in the Cambridgeshire (9f probably stretching his stamina to the limit), this looks an ideal race for him.  His subsequent 3rd to Inler & Secrecy wasn't a bad effort either, and he still looks feasibly handicapped imo. I've mopped-up the bits and pieces at silly prices.

0.25pt Stevie Thunder @ 65/1
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