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82-975    Alakhan49    6     Ian Williams     82    83    87
85050    Albaqaa57      7     P J O´Gorman     93    92    99
252118    Anderiego37      4     David O´Meara     93    91    96
11-64    Anjaz49    3     Saeed Bin Suroor     88    73    96
41242    Another For Joe42      4     Jim Goldie     74    74    80
31-109    Arabian Star49      4     Andrew Balding     91    75    97
11-103    Asatir41      3     Saeed Bin Suroor     93    88    99
074027    Askaud60      4     Scott Dixon     86    84    90
8389-0    Atlantis Star59      5     James Tate     88    77    97
1-0002    Balducci56      5     David Simcock     100    58    99
60269    Bancnuanaheireann43    5     Michael Appleby     91    95    98
820708    Belgian Bill57    4     George Baker     97    89    99
4-4442    Black Spirit99    5     Clive Cox     103    111    110
732-13    Blue Surf58    3     Amanda Perrett     87    86    91
1-2003    Boogie Shoes49      4     Roger Varian     95    83    101
51-041    Boom And Bust49    5     Marcus Tregoning     104    95    109
169870    Brockfield42    6     Mel Brittain     71    61    61
1-1613    Bronze Angel100    3     Marcus Tregoning     95    85    100
2-5818    Burano182    3     Brian Meehan     106    77    99
116221    Burke´s Rock40      3     Jeremy Noseda     85    96    95
348475    Calaf36    4     Brian Ellison     81    81    87
345351    Carragold45      6     Mel Brittain     76    69    82
701047    Chapter Seven58    3     Richard Fahey     91    86    96
12-611    Chil The Kite70    3     Hughie Morrison     97    82    101
3-5234    Christmas Light57    5     Brian Ellison     67    70    73
827060    Classic Colori49    5     David O´Meara     82    93    98
470369    Colour Guard41    4     Mark Johnston     84    90    92
11/2    Conduct56      5     Sir Michael Stoute     97    79    102
225586    Cottam Donny36    4     Mel Brittain     60    67    71
41/90-    Credit Swap248J      7     Michael Wigham     92    —    —
81191    Danadana38      4     Luca Cumani     101    109    114
067006    Dhaular Dhar35      10     Jim Goldie     72    55    79
0-5260    Directorship84    6     Patrick Chamings     92    85    100
934777    Dolphin Rock35      5     Brian Ellison     71    74    82
23-243    Double Dealer43    4     Mahmood Al Zarooni     95    96    101
13228    Dragonera64      4     Ed Dunlop     98    95    98
58857    Dream Win59      6     Brian Ellison     63    51    63
011521    Edmaaj36      4     David O´Meara     88    98    93
2589-8    El Bravo45    6     Shaun Harris     75    -1    —
84-270    Evervescent100    3     J S Moore     85    82    89
02059    Excellent Guest37    5     George Margarson     97    93    103
3/5060    Fair Trade77    5     Hughie Morrison     90    85    85
047100    Field Of Dream35      5     Jamie Osborne     104    92    109
91837    Flaxen Flare49    3     Andrew Balding     80    70    84
658111    Florio Vincitore59    5     Brian Ellison     73    76    79
55-100    Forest Row91    3     Clive Cox     85    67    91
4-9161    Full Toss36      6     Jim Goldie     75    78    79
231527    Fury36      4     William Haggas     107    110    114
7400-0    Harrison George50    7     P J O´Gorman     89    83    83
2122-    Harvard N Yale278      3     Jeremy Noseda     89    55    89
212214    Henry Allingham38    3     Roger Varian     84    83    82
023096    Hillview Boy36      8     Jim Goldie     90    84    98
02112    Ibtahaj87      3     Saeed Bin Suroor     96    80    89
35043    Indian Jack37      4     Luca Cumani     87    92    95
4-151    Initiator51    3     Jeremy Noseda     87    81    93
5-13    Invisible Hunter49      3     Saeed Bin Suroor     95    81    102
086111    It´s A Mans World40    6     Brian Ellison     64    58    80
222113    Jack´s Revenge60    4     George Baker     90    94    96
12-236    Jake´s Destiny58    3     George Baker     90    95    95
359314    Jo´Burg42      8     David O´Meara     81    85    88
57322    Jungle Beat36    3     John Gosden     88    78    93
253716    Junket38    5     Dr Jon Scargill     78    69    75
4-1460    Kahruman37    3     William Haggas     98    79    98
22501    King´s Warrior77    5     Peter Chapple-Hyam     101    87    106
1-9601    Kirthill36    4     Luca Cumani     98    106    107
71-01    Knave Of Clubs45    3     Peter Makin     82    55    84
423315    Know No Fear37    7     Alastair Lidderdale     72    66    77
83070    Koo And The Gang36    5     Brian Ellison     70    71    78
459356    Kyllachy Star42      6     Richard Fahey     86    89    93
072220    Las Verglas Star38    4     Richard Fahey     89    92    95
338457    Laughing Jack51    4     Tony Carroll     72    45    73
261126    Levitate70    4     Alan McCabe     91    95    96
306732    Licence To Till35      5     Mark Johnston     92    94    99
392617    Lord Aeryn37    5     Richard Fahey     90    81    96
112226    Love Your Looks45      4     Mike Murphy     90    90    96
5-6452    Loving Spirit43      4     James Toller     92    82    97
262093    Lucky Henry49    3     Clive Cox     85    86    92
00-131    Making Eyes71    4     Hugo Palmer     99    93    100
68002    Man Of Action49      5     Saeed Bin Suroor     98    93    107
200375    Miblish57    3     Clive Brittain     101    97    103
42-330    Mijhaar77      4     Roger Varian     104    112    112
065910    Moran Gra60    5     Ms Joanna Morgan     —    88    101
637241    Muffin McLeay70      4     David Barron     92    91    96
1142    Mukhadram79      3     William Haggas     101    80    103
120014    Mull Of Killough49    6     Jane Chapple-Hyam     100    105    105
702108    Musnad91      4     Brian Ellison     75    78    82
890065    Nanton36      10     Jim Goldie     87    91    91
454104    Navajo Chief37      5     Alan Jarvis     105    108    112
318107    Nazreef35      5     Hughie Morrison     85    69    88
93033    Nelson´s Bay42    3     Brian Meehan     79    82    83
221    Nine Realms124    3     William Haggas     93    83    97
557586    Norse Blues42    4     Sylvester Kirk     88    93    95
10-42    Oxford Charley141    3     Mikael Magnusson     95    72    95
90148    Pendragon52      9     Brian Ellison     78    71    85
2-9000    Pivotman60    4     Amanda Perrett     84    91    101
113310    Postscript37      4     Ian Williams     85    89    93
706755    Pravda Street45      7     Brian Ellison     70    58    76
21500    Prince Of Johanne37      6     Tom Tate     105    103    110
019492    Quick Wit49      5     Saeed Bin Suroor     104    94    111
114347    Rewarded45      3     James Toller     101    87    105
62-104    Rock Critic56J    7     D K Weld     —    88    104
51-382    Rugged Cross62    3     Henry Candy     107    96    108
265110    Sadler´s Mark35    5     Dermot Anthony McLoughlin     —    77    93
5-2254    Sam Sharp82    6     Ian Williams     83    87    90
29-634    Set The Trend44    6     David O´Meara     106    100    109
743395    Shamdarley46      4     Michael Dods     79    84    85
831310    Silvery Moon36    5     Tim Easterby     91    92    96
514-6    Simayill261    4     John Berry     82    73    83
225-0    Sir Francis Drake52    4     Robert Eddery     75    -1    —
1818    Sir John Hawkwood38      3     Sir Michael Stoute     98    94    106
122306    Spa´s Dancer35    5     Ed de Giles     94    95    101
93074    Spanish Duke38      5     John Dunlop     94    96    104
680620    Staff Sergeant36      5     Jim Goldie     77    66    74
430639    Start Right38      5     Saeed Bin Suroor     100    94    106
80702    Stevie Thunder63    7     Ian Williams     90    92    97
142246    Stipulate36      3     Sir Henry Cecil     108    104    110
411-42    Strictly Silver37    3     Alan Bailey     84    90    95
52/070    Summit Surge210    8     Luca Cumani     105    93    106
6-2117    Swiftly Done57    5     Declan Carroll     94    93    100
409210    Switzerland37    3     Mark Johnston     94    87    95
008039    Take It To The Max46      5     Richard Fahey     88    64    93
251250    Takeitfromalady35    3     Ralph Beckett     87    90    92
1-3574    Tales Of Grimm35    3     Sir Michael Stoute     99    93    100
316446    Talk About48    4     M Delzangles     —    97    98
92068    Tameen56    4     Ed Dunlop     86    74    96
1-204    Terdaad64    4     Saeed Bin Suroor     91    58    94
10/570    Titus Mills135    4     Brian Meehan     95    71    101
242503    Toto Skyllachy46    7     David O´Meara     84    86    94
4-7021    Trade Storm37    4     David Simcock     98    107    109
121312    Trail Blaze42    3     Kevin Ryan     89    88    95
62734    Tuscania40    4     Lucy Wadham     84    90    91
532296    Vainglory37      8     David Simcock     92    95    99
19850    War Poet36    5     David O´Meara     92    86    98
913704    Weapon Of Choice49      4     Stuart Kittow     89    90    97
600912    Zacynthus44    4     Luca Cumani     87    82    93

Chil The Kite (16) , Conduct (16) , Danadana (16) , Mukhadram (16) , Trade Storm (16) , Balducci (20) , Boom And Bust (20) , Ibtahaj (20) , Indian Jack (20) , Initiator (20) , Kings Warrior (20) , Kirthill (20) , Mijhaar (20) , Nine Realms (20) , Asatir (25) , Black Spirit (25) , Blue Surf (25) , Boogie Shoes (25) , Bronze Angel (25) , Double Dealer (25)  - OTHERS  25 or more
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Report roobuck August 27, 2012 10:56 AM BST
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?
Report turnip turns August 27, 2012 1:12 PM BST
Mischief
Report roobuck August 27, 2012 1:24 PM BST
On second thoughts, perhaps not - rated 108.
Report sintonian August 27, 2012 1:53 PM BST
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.
Report sintonian August 27, 2012 1:57 PM BST
MOA is actually entered for a good race at Sandown with SDS booked so best wait and see.
Report turnip turns August 27, 2012 2:09 PM BST
put MOA up on my forum Sint,ran well ltoDevil
Report sintonian August 27, 2012 2:23 PM BST
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.
Report turnip turns August 27, 2012 2:30 PM BST
yeah agreed,defo on the day jobDevil
Report BJG August 27, 2012 2:34 PM BST
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
Report liam the lips August 27, 2012 6:03 PM BST
Like to see MOA over 7f on summink wiv firm in the description and not a 9f sprint.
Report booster August 28, 2012 9:39 AM BST
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.
Report sintonian August 28, 2012 2:54 PM BST
Yep he wont it with Supaseus a couple of years back.
Report booster September 3, 2012 9:29 PM BST
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.
Report roobuck September 3, 2012 10:03 PM BST
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
Report booster September 3, 2012 10:30 PM BST
Weights are already published. He can only pick up a penalty, it's an early closing handicap.
Report roobuck September 3, 2012 10:45 PM BST
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.
Report doogs September 3, 2012 11:00 PM BST
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.
Report booster September 4, 2012 7:37 AM BST
Sorry, Roobuck, I may be wrong.
Report roobuck September 4, 2012 2:11 PM BST
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
Report booster September 4, 2012 5:54 PM BST
I understand that he's definitely going to the Cambridgeshire so he's probably been saved until after tomorrow for his next race.
Report roobuck September 5, 2012 9:30 AM BST
Playing Haggas horses - Mukhadram and Kahruman - to small stakes at this stage.
Report BJG September 5, 2012 1:26 PM BST
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).
Report BJG September 5, 2012 5:13 PM BST
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
Report bazzar September 5, 2012 5:17 PM BST
What is the feeling about the handicappers assessment for TOMINATORS Chester win, now BJG?
Report BJG September 5, 2012 5:20 PM BST
2lbs is very fair, cant complain
Report bazzar September 5, 2012 5:30 PM BST
I think it is absolutely brilliant, just needs to be kept fit now.
Report roobuck September 5, 2012 5:42 PM BST
Agree about Tominator..........but WRONG thread ffs
Report bazzar September 5, 2012 7:52 PM BST
I was conferring with BJG, so eff off and buck roo.
Report roobuck September 6, 2012 3:46 PM BST
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?
Report sintonian September 6, 2012 8:33 PM BST
Roo, that Haggas horse has only had 4 runs? He's not ready for a brutal race like this, what's his mark 101?
Report roobuck September 6, 2012 8:44 PM BST
You are probably right. -- any thoughts yourself?
Report sintonian September 6, 2012 8:45 PM BST
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.
Report liam the lips September 6, 2012 9:38 PM BST
Also Roo, any mention of Sir John Hawkwoods plans ?
Report roobuck September 6, 2012 9:55 PM BST
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
Report booster September 7, 2012 12:54 PM BST
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.
Report roobuck September 7, 2012 7:56 PM BST
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
Report sintonian September 7, 2012 10:14 PM BST
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.
Report booster September 8, 2012 10:02 AM BST
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.
Report roobuck September 8, 2012 12:04 PM BST
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
Report Millerracing67 September 8, 2012 2:01 PM BST
Had a little bit of the 16s with Lads this morn on Chil The Kite.
Money back if balloted out of race.
Very smart improving young horse, well hcaped if making the cut.
Hope R Moore is back for the ride.
Report morpteh mackem September 8, 2012 2:55 PM BST
nice run there for cth, extra furlong required
Report morpteh mackem September 8, 2012 2:55 PM BST
sorry ctk
Report BJG September 8, 2012 2:57 PM BST
Would have to be very happy with that from CTK imo
Report booster September 8, 2012 9:35 PM BST
Roobuck, I backed Chil The Kite today also but had no chance from that position. I agree and Morrison very difficult to read anyway but have had Fair Trade in mind ever since he ran a few quick races in high summer.
Report talktofrank September 18, 2012 12:43 PM BST
Anyone know when the final declarations are for this race? Cheers
Report roobuck September 19, 2012 10:46 AM BST
There was a forfeit stage yesterday I think, AP market suspended on here, with those being released today I am guessing. 5 days decs on 24th with final decs on 27th
Report talktofrank September 19, 2012 12:53 PM BST
Cheers
Report turnip turns September 19, 2012 1:01 PM BST
THE BETFRED CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £160,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.50pm, Newmarket, Saturday, September 29, 2012. For three-year-olds and upwards, one mile & one furlong. Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 10lb; minimum weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after September 1, a winner 4lb; of any 2 races 7lb. Entries closed August 21 (135 entries, 1 subsequently scratched), weights revealed September 5. Scratchings deadline September 18 (112 remain), five-day confirmation stage September 24, final declaration stage, 10.00am, September 27. Horses eliminated at the final declaration stage are eligible for Standing For Success Handicap (Silver Cambridgeshire) on Friday, September 28. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys & are correct up to and including the racing of Monday, September 17.

Form  Horse   Age/Wt Owner     Trainer
20-6341 SET THE TREND 6-10-00 (4lb ex) Corbett Stud    David O'Meara
104021 QUICK WIT  5-9-12 (4lb ex) Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
4-(4)4421 BLACK SPIRIT (USA) 5-9-11 (4lb ex) Alan Spence    Clive Cox
231520 FURY   4-9-10  Cheveley Park Stud   William Haggas
541044 NAVAJO CHIEF  5-9-09  Geoffrey Bishop   Alan Jarvis
51-0413 BOOM AND BUST (IRE) 5-9-08  Jas Singh    Marcus Tregoning
42-330(4) MIJHAAR  4-9-08  Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum  Roger Varian
(4)-00213 TRADE STORM  4-9-08  Universal Racing   David Simcock
1-21500 PRINCE OF JOHANNE (IRE) 6-9-08 David Storey    Tom Tate
3-22501 KING'S WARRIOR (FR)  5-9-05  Paul Hancock    Peter Chapple-Hyam
52-5(0)1(0) BURANO (IRE)  3-9-05  Jonathan Harvey   Brian Meehan
(2)0000(4) BELGIAN BILL  4-9-05  PJL, Cooper & Baker   George Baker
1-0(0)(0)24 BALDUCCI  5-9-04  HE Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan David Simcock
650(1)00 MORAN GRA (USA) 5-9-04  D T Breen/Michael D Ryan  Joanna Morgan IRE
6(2)-1044 ROCK CRITIC (IRE) 7-9-04  Moyglare Stud Farms Ltd  Dermot Weld IRE
(1)20014 MULL OF KILLOUGH (IRE) 6-9-04 Invictus    Jane Chapple-Hyam
(3)06300 START RIGHT  5-9-03  Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
00-1310 MAKING EYES (IRE) 4-9-03  Starter For Ten Partnership  Hugo Palmer
(6)-13220 DRAGONERA  4-9-02  Preston Lodge Stud, Champneys Ed Dunlop
020500 EXCELLENT GUEST 5-9-01  John Guest Racing   George Margarson
6(0)0020 MAN OF ACTION (USA) 5-9-01  Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
114340 REWARDED  3-9-00  Patrick Dalby & Richard. Schuster James Toller
1142  MUKHADRAM  3-9-00  Hamdan Al Maktoum   William Haggas
323-(2)(4)(3)  DOUBLE DEALER 4-8-13  Marmoom Racing   Mahmood Al Zarooni
10/-5(0)0(0) TITUS MILLS (IRE) 4-8-13  Titus Mills Partnership   Brian Meehan
030046 SPANISH DUKE (IRE) 5-8-13  Windflower Overseas Holdings Inc John Dunlop
26-2110 SWIFTLY DONE (IRE) 5-8-12  D Watts, Miss C King, J Syme & M Syme Declan Carroll             
011521 EDMAAJ (IRE)  4-8-12  K Nicholson    David O'Meara     
122306 SPA'S DANCER (IRE) 5-8-11  T Gould    Ed de Giles
1010  SIR JOHN HAWKWOOD (IRE) 3-8-11 Ballymacoll Stud   Sir Michael Stoute
060325 LICENCE TO TILL (USA) 5-8-11  The Vine Accord   Mark Johnston
(3)16446 TALK ABOUT (FR) 4-8-10  Marquise de Moratalla   Mikel Delzangles FR
5-(6)45(2)(3) LOVING SPIRIT  4-8-10  Patrick Dalby & Richard Schuster James Toller
12-6114 CHIL THE KITE  3-8-10  Hazel Lawrence & Graham Doyle Hughie Morrison
630241 MUFFIN MCLEAY (IRE)  4-8-10  Harrowgate Bloodstock Ltd  David Barron
1341/00- CREDIT SWAP  7-8-10  Palatinate Thoroughbred Racing Limited Michael Wigham
133101 POSTSCRIPT (IRE) 4-8-10  Dr Marwan Koukash   Ian Williams
521102 ANDERIEGO (IRE) 4-8-10  Ebor Racing Club   David O'Meara
00(0)121 ZACYNTHUS (IRE) 4-8-09 (4lb ex) June Bownes    Luca Cumani
261126 LEVITATE  4-8-09  Charles Wentworth   Alan McCabe
4-(1)460 KAHRUMAN (USA) 3-8-09  Hamdan Al Maktoum   William Haggas
313100 SILVERY MOON (IRE) 5-8-09  R J Swinbourne    Tim Easterby
(2)(1)/1-(2)04  TERDAAD (IRE)  4-8-09  Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
5050(0)6 ALBAQAA  7-8-09  Racing To The Max   P J O'Gorman
322060 VAINGLORY (USA) 8-8-09  David Simcock    David Simcock
3-021(1)(2) IBTAHAJ  3-8-09  Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
6026(0)6 BANCNUANAHEIREANN (IRE) 5-8-09 Dallas Racing    Michael Appleby
331-100 ARABIAN STAR (IRE) 4-8-09  Jackie & George Smith   Andrew Balding
(2)(2)2113 JACK'S REVENGE (IRE)  4-8-08  PJL Racing    George Baker
3-00002 STEVIE THUNDER 7-8-08  Steve Gray    Ian Williams
2(1)-(1)613 BRONZE ANGEL (IRE)  3-8-08  Lady Tennant    Marcus Tregoning
1(1)-103 ASATIR (USA)  3-8-08  Godolphin    Saeed bin Suroor
33/-(5)060 FAIR TRADE  5-8-08  Raymond Tooth   Hughie Morrison
00400-0 HARRISON GEORGE (IRE) 7-8-07 Racing To The Max   P J O'Gorman
265110 SADLER'S MARK 5-8-07  David Eiffe                  Dermot McLoughlin IRE
3004(2)(0) WEAPON OF CHOICE (IRE) 4-8-07 Chris & David Stam   Stuart Kittow
002(1)0(0) SWITZERLAND (IRE) 3-8-07  Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Mark Johnston
026105 LORD AERYN (IRE) 5-8-07  Helen Steel    Richard Fahey
213121 TRAIL BLAZE (IRE) 3-8-06 (4lb ex) Mr & Mrs Julian and Rosie Richer Kevin Ryan
010402 CHAPTER SEVEN 3-8-06  Terry & Margaret. Holdcroft  Richard Fahey
2(2)1  NINE REALMS  3-8-06  Mr & Mrs D Hearson   William Haggas
002220 LAS VERGLAS STAR (IRE) 4-8-06 CBWS Partnership   Richard Fahey
(0)23006 HILLVIEW BOY (IRE) 8-8-06  Connor & Dunne   Jim Goldie
505060 NORSE BLUES  4-8-06  Jeff Smith    Sylvester Kirk
50430(0) INDIAN JACK (IRE) 4-8-06  Forza Azzurri    Luca Cumani
(5)-22541 SAM SHARP (USA) 6-8-05 (4lb ex) Noel Martin    Ian Williams
11-4226 STRICTLY SILVER (IRE)  3-8-05  A J H     Alan Bailey
000652 NANTON (USA) 10-8-05 Stuart Morrison   Jim Goldie
32-1310 BLUE SURF  3-8-05  The Green Dot Partnership  Amanda Perrett
10-4253 OXFORD CHARLEY (USA) 3-8-05 Eastwind Racing Ltd and Martha Trussell Mikael Magnusson
040200 ASKAUD (IRE)  4-8-04  Paul J Dixon & Mrs Audrey Hobson Scott Dixon
162210 BURKE'S ROCK  3-8-04  S. E. Construction (Kent) Ltd  Jeremy Noseda
000300 TAKE IT TO THE MAX 5-8-04  Phillipa Davies    Richard Fahey
503565 KYLLACHY STAR 6-8-04  Dr Marwan Koukash   Richard Fahey
503141 JO'BURG (USA)  8-8-03 (4lb ex) Richard Walker    David O'Meara
(1)(2)-2364  JAKE'S DESTINY (IRE)  3-8-03  Delancey    George Baker
404051 CALAF   4-8-02 (4lb ex) Prism Bloodstock   Brian Ellison
12-0000 PIVOTMAN  4-8-02  John Connolly    Amanda Perrett
425033 TOTO SKYLLACHY 7-8-02  Richard Walker    David O'Meara
0-62034 TUSCANIA  4-8-02  Anthony & Victoria Pakenham  Lucy Wadham
0036(0)4 COLOUR GUARD 4-8-01  Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Mark Johnston
(1)(0)(1)00(0)  NAZREEF  5-8-01  Deborah Collett & M J Watson  Hughie Morrison
020060 CLASSIC COLORI (IRE)  5-8-00  The Classic Strollers Partnership David O'Meara
4-1513  INITIATOR  3-8-00  Cheveley Park Stud   Jeremy Noseda
(4)-(0)1610  FULL TOSS  6-8-00  Jim Goldie    Jim Goldie
00(2)-005 ALAKHAN (IRE)  6-8-00  Patrick Kelly    Ian Williams
204-200 EVERVESCENT (IRE) 3-7-12  Ever Equine    Stan Moore
200356 LUCKY HENRY  3-7-12  Tim Bostwick    Clive Cox
122(1)(4)2 HENRY ALLINGHAM 3-7-11  J Collins, N Horsfall & N O'Sullivan Roger Varian               
(4)-00140 PENDRAGON (USA) 9-7-10  Dan Gilbert & Kristian Strangeway Brian Ellison
412421 ANOTHER FOR JOE 4-7-10  Andrew Dick    Jim Goldie
530(1)(6)(5)  JUNKET  5-7-10  Silent Partners    Dr Jon Scargill
3(3)05(0)0 SHAMDARLEY (IRE) 4-7-10  Andrew Tinkler    Michael Dods
600620 STAFF SERGEANT 5-7-09  Stuart Morrison   Jim Goldie
(0)1-(0)1 KNAVE OF CLUBS (IRE) 3-7-09  J P Carrington    Peter Makin
535150 CARRAGOLD  6-7-08  Mel Brittain    Mel Brittain
2500-(0)0 EL BRAVO  6-7-07  Wilf Hobson    Shaun Harris
0(0)2100 MUSNAD (USA) 4-7-07  Dan Gilbert    Brian Ellison
2-01030 FLAXEN FLARE (IRE) 3-7-07  Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds VIII Andrew Balding
340(0)01 DOLPHIN ROCK 5-7-06 (4lb ex) Mia Racing    Brian Ellison
06055(1) PRAVDA STREET7-7-06 (4lb ex) Ms Z Hatcher    Brian Ellison
030330 NELSON'S BAY  3-7-06  Raymond Tooth   Brian Meehan       
(6)50(1)11 FLORIO VINCITORE (IRE) 5-7-05 L S Keys & Kristian Strangeway Brian Ellison     
(3)0(4)(5)05  LAUGHING JACK 4-7-04  Paul Downing    Tony Carroll
061(1)10 IT'S A MANS WORLD 6-7-04  Brian Ellison    Brian Ellison
160000 BROCKFIELD  6-7-03  Mel Brittain    Mel Brittain
3(3)150(0) KNOW NO FEAR 7-7-03  Trinity TT Racing Partnerships  Alastair Lidderdale
000665 DHAULAR DHAR (IRE)  10-7-03 Jim Goldie Racing Club   Jim Goldie
03000(6) KOO AND THE GANG (IRE) 5-6-13 Koo's Racing Club   Brian Ellison
3-52342 CHRISTMAS LIGHT 5-6-13  Lynne Lumley    Brian Ellison
2-(5)0(0)50 DREAM WIN  6-6-09  Koo's Racing Club   Brian Ellison
255065 COTTAM DONNY 4-6-05  Peter Easterby    Mel Brittain

112 entries remain after September 18 scratchings deadline
3 Irish-trained
1 French-trained

THE FOLLOWING 22 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:
DANADANA (IRE), SUMMIT SURGE (IRE), STIPULATE, KIRTHILL (IRE), FIELD OF DREAM, RUGGED CROSS, TALES OF GRIMM (USA), CONDUCT (IRE), MIBLISH, BOOGIE SHOES, DIRECTORSHIP, LOVE YOUR LOOKS, INVISIBLE HUNTER (USA), JUNGLE BEAT (IRE), ATLANTIS STAR, TAMEEN, ANJAZ (USA), HARVARD N YALE (USA), SIMAYILL, TAKEITFROMALADY (IRE), FOREST ROW, SIR FRANCIS DRAKE
Report booster September 19, 2012 6:28 PM BST
Fair Trade still in there and in at Ayr off 90 tomorrow. On good to soft he ran above his mark behind Cityscape at Newmarket late 2 seasons ago and at 25s must be worth a small bet tomorrow. Morrison has a 1 in 4/5 strike rate at Ayr and his only entry for the meeting.
Report roobuck September 22, 2012 11:29 AM BST
Quite a few still engaged running today, 4.30 at HQ particularly interesting.

Seen that the price of Mukhadram has slowly been contracting - hoping this is stable money.
Report BJG September 22, 2012 11:48 AM BST
Could do with blue surf winning today Blush
Report unclepuncle September 22, 2012 7:37 PM BST
Quite keen on Loving Spirit at big odds, but won't play until the final decs.
Report zilzal1 September 22, 2012 7:47 PM BST
If the weather f/cs right in could be very soft by next weekend
Report roobuck September 23, 2012 9:57 AM BST
Given the forecast as zilzal says, am giving Toller's other one Rewarded some consideration. Beat Mukhadram off levels at Ascot and that is now 10/1.

Much as I still like the Haggas horse on decent ground, they go into the race on the same mark and yet Rewarded is 33s
Report BJG September 24, 2012 3:54 PM BST
1     194921    Quick Wit14 4x      5    9-12    Saeed Bin Suroor65         108    102    115
2     315275    Fury8      4    9-10    William Haggas56         106    114    118
3     541044    Navajo Chief23      5    9-9    Alan Jarvis25    Kieren Fallon     105    113    117
4     04132    Boom And Bust8    5    9-8    Marcus Tregoning70         104    101    115
5     2-3304    Mijhaar21      4    9-8    Roger Varian69    Neil Callan     104    118    118
6     21500    Prince Of Johanne37      6    9-8    Tom Tate50    Brendan Powell5     104    109    116
7     22501    King´s Warrior77    5    9-5    Peter Chapple-Hyam50    Michael J M Murphy5     101    96    115
8     58184    Burano8    3    9-5    Brian Meehan50         106    86    116
9     659100    Moran Gra21    5    9-4    Ms Joanna Morgan50         100    98    111
10    120014    Mull Of Killough49    6    9-4    Jane Chapple-Hyam100    J P O'Brien     100    115    115
11    306397    Start Right28      5    9-3    Saeed Bin Suroor65         99    105    117
12     0-1317    Making Eyes28    4    9-3    Hugo Palmer43         99    104    111
13     13228    Dragonera64      4    9-2    Ed Dunlop63         98    107    110
14     020590    Excellent Guest21    5    9-1    George Margarson         97    106    116
15     680020    Man Of Action28      5    9-1    Saeed Bin Suroor65         97    106    118
16     114347    Rewarded45      3    9-0    James Toller40    Kirsty Milczarek     101    101    119
17     1142    Mukhadram79      3    9-0    William Haggas56         101    94    117
18     3-2430    Double Dealer21    4    8-13    Mahmood Al Zarooni67         95    111    116
19     930746    Spanish Duke16      5    8-13    John Dunlop60         95    111    118
20     6-2117    Swiftly Done57    5    8-12    Declan Carroll64         94    109    116
21     011521    Edmaaj36      4    8-12    David O´Meara50         94    114    114
22     122306    Spa´s Dancer35    5    8-11    Ed de Giles63         93    112    118
23     673256    Licence To Till7    5    8-11    Mark Johnston61         93    111    116
24    316446    Talk About48    4    8-10    M Delzangles         92    115    116
25    64523    Loving Spirit21      4    8-10    James Toller40    Pat Cosgrave     92    100    115
26     2-6114    Chil The Kite21    3    8-10    Hughie Morrison30         97    110    125
27     637241    Muffin McLeay70      4    8-10    David Barron33         92    109    114
28     41/90-    Credit Swap248J      7    8-10    Michael Wigham100         92    —    —
29     133101    Postscript29      4    8-10    Ian Williams43         92    107    115
30     521182    Anderiego14    4    8-10    David O´Meara50         92    109    117
31     261126    Levitate70    4    8-9    Alan McCabe33         91    114    115
33     313108    Silvery Moon22    5    8-9    Tim Easterby33         91    111    114
33     1-204    Terdaad64    4    8-9    Saeed Bin Suroor65         91    77    111
34     602696    Bancnuanaheireann14    5    8-9    Michael Appleby57         91    114    116
35     31-109    Arabian Star49      4    8-9    Andrew Balding77         91    94    116
36    222113    Jack´s Revenge60    4    8-8    George Baker80         90    114    115
37     807025    Stevie Thunder7    7    8-8    Ian Williams43         90    102    117
38    1-1613    Bronze Angel100    3    8-8    Marcus Tregoning70         95    105    120
39     3/5060    Fair Trade77    5    8-8    Hughie Morrison30         90    105    105
40     370420    Weapon Of Choice21      4    8-7    Stuart Kittow100         89    111    117
41     921006    Switzerland10    3    8-7    Mark Johnston61         94    108    116
42     261753    Lord Aeryn8    5    8-7    Richard Fahey30         89    111    116
43     104728    Chapter Seven7    3    8-6    Richard Fahey30         93    106    120
44     072220    Las Verglas Star38    4    8-6    Richard Fahey30         88    114    117
45    023096    Hillview Boy36      8    8-6    Jim Goldie27         88    106    118
46     575867    Norse Blues14    4    8-6    Sylvester Kirk75         88    115    116
47     504307    Indian Jack21      4    8-6    Luca Cumani50         88    114    117
48     1-4226    Strictly Silver17      3    8-5    Alan Bailey88         92    113    121
49     006529    Nanton7      10    8-5    Jim Goldie27         87    114    118
50     42532    Oxford Charley7    3    8-5    Mikael Magnusson67         92    98    121
51     22541    Sam Sharp25 4x    6    8-5    Ian Williams43         87    110    114
52     402798    Askaud7      4    8-4    Scott Dixon         86    106    112
53     162210    Burke´s Rock28      3    8-4    Jeremy Noseda46         91    120    121
54     803976    Take It To The Max8      5    8-4    Richard Fahey30         86    88    115
55     593565    Kyllachy Star28    6    8-3    Patrick Morris17         85    105    117
56    2-2364    Jake´s Destiny14      3    8-3    George Baker80         90    120    120
57     593141    Jo´Burg18 4x      8    8-3    David O´Meara50         85    110    118
58     90000    Pivotman7    4    8-2    Amanda Perrett50         84    117    117
59     250332    Toto Skyllachy11    7    8-2    David O´Meara50         84    112    117
60     62734    Tuscania40    4    8-2    Lucy Wadham         84    116    116
61     484751    Calaf23 4x    4    8-2    Brian Ellison61         84    107    113
62     036945    Colour Guard10    4    8-1    Mark Johnston61         83    117    117
63    810706    Nazreef9      5    8-1    Hughie Morrison30         83    96    115
64     827060    Classic Colori49    5    8-0    David O´Meara50         82    121    126
65    91610    Full Toss22      6    8-0    Jim Goldie27         82    106    111
66    2-9758    Alakhan10    6    8-0    Ian Williams43         82    111    115
67     84-270    Evervescent100    3    7-12    J S Moore40         85    112    119
68     093567    Lucky Henry7    3    7-12    Clive Cox47         85    116    122
69     122142    Henry Allingham15    3    7-11    Roger Varian69         84    113    120
70     90148    Pendragon52      9    7-10    Brian Ellison61         78    101    115
71     412421    Another For Joe30      4    7-10    Jim Goldie27         78    104    110
72     537165    Junket22    5    7-10    Dr Jon Scargill         78    99    103
73     339587    Shamdarley20    4    7-10    Michael Dods53         78    114    115
74     680620    Staff Sergeant36      5    7-9    Jim Goldie27         77    96    104
75    71-01    Knave Of Clubs45    3    7-9    Peter Makin17         82    85    114
76     675511    Pravda Street8 7x      7    7-9    Brian Ellison61         77    88    105
77     535159    Carragold20      6    7-8    Mel Brittain         76    99    112
78    021080    Musnad18      4    7-7    Brian Ellison61         75    108    112
79     91837    Flaxen Flare49    3    7-7    Andrew Balding77         80    100    114
80     930337    Nelson´s Bay28    3    7-6    Alan King         79    112    113
81    384575    Laughing Jack23    4    7-4    Tony Carroll75         72    77    103
82     861110    It´s A Mans World14      6    7-4    Brian Ellison61         72    88    110
83     169870    Brockfield42    6    7-3    Mel Brittain         71    91    91
84    315099    Know No Fear12    7    7-3    Alastair Lidderdale50         71    96    106
85     700665    Dhaular Dhar12      10    7-3    Jim Goldie27         71    93    106
86     830706    Koo And The Gang24    5    6-13    Brian Ellison61         67    101    107
87     523422    Christmas Light9    5    6-13    Brian Ellison61         67    100    108
88     255865    Cottam Donny14    4    6-5    Mel Brittain         59    87    94
Report bazzar September 24, 2012 4:36 PM BST
Thanks for the update BJG.
Report booster September 24, 2012 5:17 PM BST
Chapple Hyam's Kings Warrior looks pretty well in here, only 5lbs higher than last time after taking account of the jockey's claim. The trainer seems to really fancy the horse for this on the ATR website (trainer file) and it was seriously impressive at York.
Report slowerthanjohn September 24, 2012 7:25 PM BST
Surely Mijhaar has to come into the reckoning? especially with the recent rain and forecast.Looked like he settled alot better last time and the hood seems to have had the desired effect.The form of his Royal Ascot 3rd is rock solid as well and he's only 2Ibs higher.I think everything is talior made for him on Saturday and there can be no excuses.
Report 1st time poster September 24, 2012 7:32 PM BST
i have a fancy for start rite but hate throwing money away on nr, anyone no if its an intended starter
Report conditor September 24, 2012 8:14 PM BST
Spanish Duke at a price Wink
Report Millerracing67 September 24, 2012 9:08 PM BST
Glad to see Chil The Kite stands his ground for Sat`s race (so far)
Looks like it could be easy ground with all this rain about, he wont mind that, as he has winning form on g/s, in fact he looked to be feeling the very firm ground last time.
Hope he gets to take his chance.
Report yort September 25, 2012 10:55 AM BST
anyone know (based on previous years) what number on the ballot over 32 has a reasonable chance of getting in?
Report roobuck September 25, 2012 11:16 AM BST
Firstly I think the limit is actually 35.

No idea of previous years but looking at the current entries, I would say those up to 42 have a reasonable chance. If the ground was really soft at decs time with more rain forecast, it may go lower
Report turnip turns September 25, 2012 11:29 AM BST
NEWMARKET - Flat (Updated:25/09/2012 at 08:14:42)   
Going
Good
(GoingStick: 7.2 on Monday at 14:00)

Stalls
Far Side Course

Weather
13mm of rain on Sunday & 3mm on Monday.
Dry overnight.
Tuesday & Wednesday Breezy, sunny spells and showers.
Thursday & Friday Forecast to be more settled with sunny spells
and more isolated showers.
Saturday Likely to stay dry.


Currently windy and sunny,imo it will stay as it is,good ground.
Report Millerracing67 September 25, 2012 1:11 PM BST
The limit for the race is 35 (runners)
If the weather forcasters are right, then the ground will be no slower than gd for the big Hcap this Sat. That should keep everybody happy, lets hope the Jocks dont turn the race into a mess like last year, by all coming over to one side of the track, lots of last years fancied runners never got into the race, with no clear run (i was on Man of Action Cry) bloody nightmare. Angry
Report bazzar September 25, 2012 1:43 PM BST
Yes MILLER, it was a real BAD ride by DETTORI, why do jockeys stop thinking whilst riding,
seems to me it is endemic of todays lazy jockeys, a thinker would stand out from the pack,
DETTORI is regressing at the probable peak of his life?
JARNET rode 2 bad races at ASCOT last year, strangely both of them were VERY similar to DETTORI'S ride at Newmarket.
Report bazzar September 25, 2012 1:47 PM BST
Jarnet two bad races as a 3yo and 4yo, one this year.
Last year DETTORI rode the horse on the outside of the pack when winning before his debacle in the Cambridgeshire, there he sought to cover him up, tactics did not make sense at all.
Report Millerracing67 September 25, 2012 1:54 PM BST
Dont blame the wee man (Frankie) for what happened in last years race, he tried to get a clear run plenty of times on the horse, only to be stopped every time due to what all the jocks did early in the race, Frankie had no chance after that & the horse finished the race hard on the steel Cry
On the big days, Frankie is still one of the very best in my book.
Report bazzar September 25, 2012 3:06 PM BST
Disagree strongly, look at where he was drawn and the position he ended up, trying to run through openings that were NOT there.
WATCH THE RACE FROMM THE BEGINNING.
Report Millerracing67 September 25, 2012 3:59 PM BST
The horse is a hold up horse, he will always need a bit of luck in running.
What the jocks did from the start (all came over to the high draw side) made it a nightmare for the hold up horses (like M O A)
I bet the horse & dont hold any blame to Frankie.
Hopefully they will not do the same again this Sat, split in 2 or 3 groups (fine) by not all 35 horses coming over to 1 side of the track. Crazy
Report roobuck September 25, 2012 4:05 PM BST
Last year's race was utter lunacy. Stevie Thunder came all the way over from 3 and finished 2nd - if a decent sized group had stayed over the far side I'm sure he'd have finished closer if not won. HQ seems to me to be one of the most even tracks and any bias is in the jock's head. Just look at Brae Hill in the Bunbury last year ( ok I know that's the July course, just a case in point )
Report Facts September 25, 2012 4:23 PM BST
Mukhadram for me
Report roobuck September 25, 2012 4:28 PM BST
Me too facts but I am seriously considering trading if he gets too much shorter - certainly doesn't deserve to be 8/1.

As I said previously just hoping its stable money and they are right
Report Millerracing67 September 25, 2012 4:48 PM BST
He does look one of the more interesting runners (Mukhadram)
Has the look of one of those could be "group horse in a hcap" things.
I have Chil The Kite on side at 16s, & he looks like an intended runner, at this stage.
Wont play anything else till Sat morn now, when we will have the draw & ground at hand.
Report boy wonder 07 September 25, 2012 6:10 PM BST
i put up captain ramius last week at 33 this week took the 33 earlier SWIFTLY DONE
Report essexguy September 25, 2012 6:23 PM BST
Postscript for me, 33-1 looks good value. can see this outrunning his price and with lee on board, sure to be bang there. fancy this strongly provided the ground is good or better. might be worth a look chaps?
Report johnnyrant September 26, 2012 5:14 PM BST
Is the R.Post totally in the pocket of bookies now? Its Racing Post Live largely consists of telling its readers which horses have been backed (in other words, shortened up without them hardly taking a penny). Rewarded is the latest one. Yesterday is was Talk About - seems a new feed dedicated to giving the bookies a window to shorten their prices & hope the lemmings pile in at the shorter odds.

Liked the look of Rewarded as soon as weights came out. But one big negative - Milkshake is incredibly weak.
Report johnnyrant September 26, 2012 5:16 PM BST
Forecast dry now at HQ from tonight & through the weekend - doesn't dry out so quick at this time of year but will likely end up on the quick side of good imho on Sat pm - which would be a negative for Mijhaar, another of my fancies.
Report BJG September 26, 2012 7:54 PM BST
Hugh Taylor put up Talk About and that Nutting fella put up Rewarded thats why they shortened

Both were on my toplist of 5

Played Swiftly Done and Chil The Kite AP - was gonna add the others on d day but wont now as av missed prices(Rewarded, Talk About and Kings Warrior the other 3 on my shortlist fwiw)!
Report roobuck September 26, 2012 8:55 PM BST
I think the most pertinent reason for Rewarded price drop is actually Seagull in the Weekender. He was quite forthright about his picks for the Cambridgeshire as he is not doing PW on Saturday.

I backed him at 33s but the drying ground is a big negative imo. Also have Mukhadram and Jack's Revenge.
Report johnnyrant September 26, 2012 9:02 PM BST
It's certainly not going to be soft but with morning dues, there shouldn't be any jar. Rewarded is probably running over his ideal trip for the first time all season, & would be suited by a strong gallop. Some say this is a given in the Camb but last year they crawled early on & it isn't always quickly run.
Report ashleigh September 27, 2012 11:02 AM BST
bronze angel with w buick on the last one in.
Report roobuck September 27, 2012 11:09 AM BST
Thanks, expecting a few more more to come out. Does the top weight run?
Report ashleigh September 27, 2012 11:10 AM BST
jury top weight.
Report BJG September 27, 2012 12:11 PM BST
133     315275    Fury8 h1      4    9-10    William Haggas58    Johnny Murtagh     106    114    117
215     541044    Navajo Chief23      5    9-9    Alan Jarvis38    Darryll Holland     105    113    117
32     04132    Boom And Bust8    5    9-8    Marcus Tregoning73    George Baker     104    101    115
432     2-3304    Mijhaar21 h      4    9-8    Roger Varian65    Neil Callan     104    118    118
524     21500    Prince Of Johanne37 p      6    9-8    Tom Tate50    Brendan Powell5     104    109    116
64     22501    King´s Warrior77    5    9-5    Peter Chapple-Hyam56    Michael J M Murphy5     101    96    115
713     58184    Burano8    3    9-5    Brian Meehan52    Kieren Fallon     106    86    116
816     659100    Moran Gra21 p    5    9-4    Ms Joanna Morgan33    Declan McDonogh     100    98    111
97    120014    Mull Of Killough49    6    9-4    Jane Chapple-Hyam67    J P O'Brien     100    115    115
1014    306397    Start Right28 p      5    9-3    Saeed Bin Suroor68    Silvestre De Sousa     99    105    117
1129     0-1317    Making Eyes28    4    9-3    Hugo Palmer50    Ian Mongan     99    104    111
128     13228    Dragonera64      4    9-2    Ed Dunlop60    James Doyle     98    107    110
1319     020590    Excellent Guest21    5    9-1    George Margarson    Tom Queally     97    106    116
1420     680020    Man Of Action28 v      5    9-1    Saeed Bin Suroor68    Frankie Dettori     97    106    118
1526     114347    Rewarded45      3    9-0    James Toller40    Kirsty Milczarek     101    101    119
1617     1142    Mukhadram79      3    9-0    William Haggas58    Paul Hanagan     101    94    117
1734     3-2430    Double Dealer21    4    8-13    Mahmood Al Zarooni64    Mickael Barzalona     95    111    116
1825     930746    Spanish Duke16      5    8-13    John Dunlop64    Eddie Ahern     95    111    118
1922     6-2117    Swiftly Done57    5    8-12    Declan Carroll67    Jimmy Fortune     94    109    116
2018     011521    Edmaaj36      4    8-12    David O´Meara52    Daniel Tudhope     94    114    114
2135     122306    Spa´s Dancer35    5    8-11    Ed de Giles67    Liam Keniry     93    112    118
2210     673256    Licence To Till7    5    8-11    Mark Johnston60    Franny Norton     93    111    116
2327    316446    Talk About48 t    4    8-10    M Delzangles    Umberto Rispoli     92    115    116
2430    64523    Loving Spirit21      4    8-10    James Toller40    Pat Cosgrave     92    100    115
251     2-6114    Chil The Kite21    3    8-10    Hughie Morrison44    Richard Hughes     97    110    125
2631     41/90-    Credit Swap248J      7    8-10    Michael Wigham100    Jim Crowley     92    —    —
2728     133101    Postscript29      4    8-10    Ian Williams47    Graham Lee     92    107    115
289     521182    Anderiego14    4    8-10    David O´Meara52    David Bergin7     92    109    117
295     261126    Levitate70 v    4    8-9    Alan McCabe33    Martin Harley     91    114    115
303     313108    Silvery Moon22    5    8-9    Tim Easterby31    Ted Durcan     91    111    114
3112     602696    Bancnuanaheireann14    5    8-9    Michael Appleby50    Christophe Soumillon     91    114    116
3211     31-109    Arabian Star49      4    8-9    Andrew Balding69    Daniel Muscutt7     91    94    116
336    222113    Jack´s Revenge60 tb    4    8-8    George Baker67    Gerald Mosse     90    114    115
3423     807025    Stevie Thunder7    7    8-8    Ian Williams47    Graham Gibbons     90    102    117
3521    1-1613    Bronze Angel100 p    3    8-8    Marcus Tregoning73    William Buick     95    105    120
Report Millerracing67 September 27, 2012 12:31 PM BST
Stall 1 for Chil The Kite Plain Thats not what i wanted to hear. Plain
Dont mind being drawn low (at the mo) but with his hold up style, stall 1 could pose a few probs. Lets hope not.
Report roobuck September 27, 2012 12:43 PM BST
I was thinking that miller but they always do seem to spread out at the end unless they all converge to one side like last year.

At least I would be pretty confident that a group will race far side as Boom and Bust is drawn 2 and it would be suicide to give that up and tack across - indeed might be ideally berthed to attempt a Supaseus.

Mine are low, middle and mid/high.....at the end of the day who knows though of those drawn high at first look, not sure where the pace would come from
Report johnnyrant September 27, 2012 12:48 PM BST
The potential draw bias is a constant head f*ck largely cos the jockeys show themselves, time & again, to be total lemmings. Turns out all mine have high draws, & a high draw won last year. Does this make me more confident they are on the right side and hold an advantage? Definitely not.
Report roobuck September 27, 2012 12:59 PM BST
Maybe I should have waited to see how they race over the next couple of days, but given his draw and style of racing makes 25s about Boom and Bust a really decent e/w bet so have added to small stakes
Report fivebagken September 27, 2012 10:30 PM BST
Completely agree Johnny.

Having difficulty working this one out, even more than most years!
Report BJG September 28, 2012 2:25 PM BST
Low draw needed lookin at that one Confused
Report johnnyrant September 28, 2012 2:31 PM BST
Yep, it sums things up. impossible for backers… strange races there today. A confirmed soft ground horse winning on ground described as good, and in which they ducked under standard in the race before. Vagaries of pace, draw, inept jockey-ship (Fallon)… the Cambridgeshire looks like it'll be its usual lottery.
Report sintonian September 28, 2012 5:43 PM BST
MOA for me again. Leather him at Donny and HQ last year only for him to have seriously bad luck in-running as we all know.

On the face of it he is not in the same form this season but has run reasonably well on a couple of occasions. He looks a bit moody to me. Hopefully the visor will sort it and he is 25/1 as opposed to the 14/1 last year.
Report sintonian September 28, 2012 5:44 PM BST
Stall 20 looks fine also, only based on the result of the Silver version though so dangerous to draw firm conclusions.
Report zilzal1 September 28, 2012 7:13 PM BST
Fancy around 7 or 8 for this eventLaugh so i have to go with the longest price one, even after today i feel that the better pace in the race is middle to low, im forgiving this animal hs last couple of runs at Ascot as not every horse takes to the place and his 9f form(once over the course) has led me to chance ARABIAN STAR@40-1
Report BJG September 28, 2012 8:40 PM BST
Chil the Kite 16/1 ew
Swiftly Done 33/1 ew

Leavin it at thatCool
Report Millerracing67 September 29, 2012 12:45 PM BST
Took the 16s about Chil The Kite a few wks ago, so happy to see him in the line-up.
Also had a little bit on Jacks Revenge at 22s.
Fingers X for a gd bit of luck in running & the draw.
Gd luck all, with your tips. Cool
Report unclepuncle September 29, 2012 3:57 PM BST
Winner was clearly well ahead of the handicapper and won despite a poorish draw. The really high numbers had no chance.Cry
Report unclepuncle September 29, 2012 3:58 PM BST
Oh and well done Sir Tom as well.
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