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By:
roobuck
When: 27 Aug 12 09:56
Think it vey interesting that HRAC has entered Stipulate and that a 3yo is his only entry.

Disappointing at York but has c/d form and if the indications are that this is the plan, I will gladly take 25s.

Does anyone know when the weights are framed?
By:
turnip turns
When: 27 Aug 12 12:12
Mischief
By:
roobuck
When: 27 Aug 12 12:24
On second thoughts, perhaps not - rated 108.
By:
sintonian
When: 27 Aug 12 12:53
Man Of Action - 1lb lower than last year, had mid-summer off, then returned with a solid run over 10f 11 August to place 2nd.

Smells like a plot ?

Yard obviously landed the Ebor with Willing Foe off the back of 1 prep run.
By:
sintonian
When: 27 Aug 12 12:57
MOA is actually entered for a good race at Sandown with SDS booked so best wait and see.
By:
turnip turns
When: 27 Aug 12 13:09
put MOA up on my forum Sint,ran well ltoDevil
By:
sintonian
When: 27 Aug 12 13:23
Yeah he's a chance but has a couple of other entries so not sure he is an intended runner. Quick ground is so important for him aswell. Definitley has a big race in him though off current mark.
By:
turnip turns
When: 27 Aug 12 13:30
yeah agreed,defo on the day jobDevil
By:
BJG
When: 27 Aug 12 13:34
Blue Surf a play for me already at 25s - gonna be touch and go whether it'll get in or nt tho!

MOA defo of interest if turnin up too
By:
liam the lips
When: 27 Aug 12 17:03
Like to see MOA over 7f on summink wiv firm in the description and not a 9f sprint.
By:
booster
When: 28 Aug 12 08:39
Chil The Kite obviously interesting and Man Of Action, though a winner waiting to happen from his current mark, may not stay a fast run 9 furlongs and needs top of the ground. The one at a massive price who interests me is Fair Trade, who ran in the Hunt Cup off a big weight and ran a number of races quickly in the summer which has seen his mark drop from 110 to 90 and I remember David Elsworth saying he was a class horse on the morning of the Hunt Cup. Morrison's got form with this type of horse and he may show improved form on Saturday at Sandown as his mark may need to go up to get in this race.
By:
sintonian
When: 28 Aug 12 13:54
Yep he wont it with Supaseus a couple of years back.
By:
booster
When: 03 Sep 12 20:29
Chil The Kite entered in a Listed contest at Ascot on Saturday, presumably to try and earn the penalty which would assure him of a place in the line up.
By:
roobuck
When: 03 Sep 12 21:03
I would be very surprised if his mark isn't high enough already. He runs the risk of blowing it completely if he runs very well.

If he does run ( its at Haydock by the way )it would indicate to me that he is being aimed in a slightly different direction. Of course if he doesn't win and remains unchanged then either he isn't ahead of his mark or it is the plan
By:
booster
When: 03 Sep 12 21:30
Weights are already published. He can only pick up a penalty, it's an early closing handicap.
By:
roobuck
When: 03 Sep 12 21:45
Are  the weights done? Not on RP website - I thought they were framed in a couple of weeks time. All that are showing is the current mark. Same for the ces.
By:
doogs
When: 03 Sep 12 22:00
If anyone's interest in 2 x Tickets for the Friday (28/09) of the Cambridgeshire Meeting please message me direct

Tickets are £40 pay on the day or £32 pre-booked with the racecourse before 14th Sept.

Will sell the tickets and send by Recorded Delivery for £55 the pair.

Cheers.
By:
booster
When: 04 Sep 12 06:37
Sorry, Roobuck, I may be wrong.
By:
roobuck
When: 04 Sep 12 13:11
Well we were both sort of right. Weights released tomorrow I think so it will be a penalty from now on not a revised mark.

PW gives his pick on Thursday so for those so minded, might be worth a small investment beforehand just in case. The one good thing about the article will be the connections giving a better idea of their plans
By:
booster
When: 04 Sep 12 16:54
I understand that he's definitely going to the Cambridgeshire so he's probably been saved until after tomorrow for his next race.
By:
roobuck
When: 05 Sep 12 08:30
Playing Haggas horses - Mukhadram and Kahruman - to small stakes at this stage.
By:
BJG
When: 05 Sep 12 12:26
MIJHAAR'S BETFRED CAMBRIDGESHIRE BID

Mijhaar (9st 5lb) could bid for a deserved success in the £160,000 Betfred Cambridgeshire Handicap, run over nine furlongs at Newmarket on Saturday, September 29, 2012.

The four-year-old, trained by Roger Varian, was one of the ante-post favourites for last year's renewal until a training setback forced him to miss the race and the rest of the season.

The son of Shirocco returned to the racecourse after 10 months off when finishing third in the Listed Betfred Hambleton Handicap over a mile at York in May, and ran another pleasing race when third in the Listed Wolferton Handicap at Royal Ascot, beaten half a length.

On his latest start, Mijhaar started favourite for the John Smith's Cup at York but luck in running was against him and after stumbling he finished 15th.

Varian, who trains at Kremlin House Stables in Newmarket, said: "Mijhaar is a possible for the Betfred Cambridgeshire but he wouldn't be a runner on fast ground.

"He is in good form. The ground was too fast for him at Sandown (on September 1 when he was withdrawn) as he is a horse who wants good to soft or good ground. He wouldn't mind it softer than that but he doesn't want firm in the going description.

"He could run in the September Stakes at the weekend. He is relaxing better now as he gets older and at Kempton he might get a mile and a half.

"He ran two very good races earlier on in the season but he was unlucky at York when he clipped heels and that cost him all chance. It happened three furlongs out so it's too early to say what would have happened but he was going very well.

"I think he would have gone close that day.

"He is a big strong horse and I wouldn't be worried about running him under a big weight - he can cope with it."

Mijhaar is rated a 20/1 chance by Betfred, while Danadana (9st 10lb) and Chil The Kite (8st 7lb) head the market at 14/1.

The heritage handicap could also feature David Simcock's Trade Storm (9st 5lb), who captured a competitive handicap at York on August 23. He may clash again with Strictly Silver (8st 2lb), Indian Jack (8st 3lb) and Navajo Chief (9st 6lb), who finished second, third and fourth respectively on the Knavesmire.

Other notable contenders include William Haggas' Mukhadram (8st 11lb), who finished fourth in the Group Three Tercentary Stakes at Royal Ascot and John Smith's Cup hero King's Warrior (9st 2lb).
By:
BJG
When: 05 Sep 12 16:13
Racing Post‏@Racing_Post

Danadana, joint-favourite for the Betfred Cambridgeshire with the sponsor at 14-1, will miss the race, Luca Cumani tells the Racing Post
By:
bazzar
When: 05 Sep 12 16:17
What is the feeling about the handicappers assessment for TOMINATORS Chester win, now BJG?
By:
BJG
When: 05 Sep 12 16:20
2lbs is very fair, cant complain
By:
bazzar
When: 05 Sep 12 16:30
I think it is absolutely brilliant, just needs to be kept fit now.
By:
roobuck
When: 05 Sep 12 16:42
Agree about Tominator..........but WRONG thread ffs
By:
bazzar
When: 05 Sep 12 18:52
I was conferring with BJG, so eff off and buck roo.
By:
roobuck
When: 06 Sep 12 14:46
So PW puts up Bronze Angel that isn't a bad pick but needs a lot to come out. 25s with plenty, immediately cut obviously now a general 16/1 a couple are 14s.

However the firm he works for are still 25s having cut for a while to 20s. Are the other books cutting due to fictious money and Lads running a proper book...or is it something else?

Yesterday Lads were top price yesterday on Mukhadram at 20/1, gets a mention from PW and, most pertinently for me, confirmation from trainer that being aimed at the race. And that horse is now 10s with aforementioned firm. Can all be perfectly plausible but gives the conspiracy theorists plenty of ammo?
By:
sintonian
When: 06 Sep 12 19:33
Roo, that Haggas horse has only had 4 runs? He's not ready for a brutal race like this, what's his mark 101?
By:
roobuck
When: 06 Sep 12 19:44
You are probably right. -- any thoughts yourself?
By:
sintonian
When: 06 Sep 12 19:45
I like the Godolphin horse Ibtahaj. He is similar to Mukhadram but has a bit more exp and the right mark. Did connections mention anything in the paper? He only has one entry where as a lot of these are entered in the big Newbury handicap also.
By:
liam the lips
When: 06 Sep 12 20:38
Also Roo, any mention of Sir John Hawkwoods plans ?
By:
roobuck
When: 06 Sep 12 20:55
Godolphin were not quoted......and Liam did you seriously expect Stoute to provide any info ? Laugh

Wish I'd waited for the paper before the Ces bet....feel a bit of an idiot tbh
By:
booster
When: 07 Sep 12 11:54
Sir John Hawkwood has looked like a horse who needs further. I'd expected him to go for the big handicap at Ascot tomorrow but stable got 3 in this. Not really a race Stoute has targeted but the November Handicap, if the ground is good, could be his race.
By:
roobuck
When: 07 Sep 12 18:56
With regards Ibtahaj he does look like he has some talent. However he has been very green and whilst he has more experience, I think that Mukhadram is more likely to show his form in the race. When they met I think he was worth more than the 5lbs though I accept it was when Godolphin were indeed god awful.

It is interesting that they have stopped with him after his last run. It may be that they wanted to protect his mark but more likely imo to give him time to grow up a little.

All good fun the early speculation, this is one of my favourite races
By:
sintonian
When: 07 Sep 12 21:14
Horses who get targetted at this race usually have the mid-summer off. The handicap he ran in last time also had older horses in it which is a good sign. 20/1 looks a fair price as I think he'd be half that IF he was to run. Decent ground looks important to him though, being by Invincible Spirit.
By:
booster
When: 08 Sep 12 09:02
Noticed Morrison seemed keen to run Fair Trade but said he'd look for a race somewhere first. Off 90 he'd have to be of interest if right.
By:
roobuck
When: 08 Sep 12 11:04
booster have backed Chil the Kite for today's race now Gabrial is out. His comments in the PW column were interesting in that though he wasn't keen on the Cambridgeshire and would prefer not to run....but said that's where the horse may have to end up.

Reading between the lines, very dangerous I know, I think he believes the horse to up to the test today and his mark will suffer accordingly. If he doesn't win, don't see him pitching up if Morrison is speaking the truth.

I don't know if any of the above is accurate - could end up being a complete load of bollox Mischief
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