Jul 27, 2013 -- 7:02AM, kincsem wrote:
Cirrus Des Aigles has only run twice with the word "firm" in the going description (from 38 runs). RP says good/firm.The rain needs to arrive and get into the ground.
Yeah and the going description is very accurate isn't it.... Frankel in the Queen Anne for instance ran QUEEN ANNE STAKES (BRITISH CHAMPIONS SERIES) (GROUP 1)
(Class 1) (4yo+) 1m Good To Soft
Even the ground was actually Good To Firm...
CDA handles the ground fine, or it won't run. Simple as that.
pedrobob • July 27, 2013 12:53 PM BST
BJT, you think Cirrus will will then?
I think mine is a little easier to read the sarcasm than yours. Especially due to my smiley.
I certainly think it is a chance in this field, but wouldn't touch it at those odds. 2nd most overrated horse that I can ever recall.
Jul 27, 2013 -- 8:11AM, zilzal1 wrote:
Ascot readings are misleading and dependent on vertidrainingAs just proved the 1st race was .30 outside henrythenavigators track record
And how many 6f group races have they had on that straight course since the upgrade?
Jul 27, 2013 -- 10:26AM, mac99 wrote:
well done Novelist backers genuine animal, though CDA ran ok on the ground , needs soft at his age
And still gets beaten 5 lengths by the same horse? Nothing to do with the ground.