Mar 20, 2015 -- 11:07AM, betilyerded wrote:
Zarwaan does indeed appear to be the word RB if todays support is anything to go by. Good support for Hillbilly Boy too.I hope this is one of the times you are right FabIts been a dry week and looks like a fairly dry run up to the race, little bits of rain forecast but nothing substantial. Any Donny residents around to keep us updated?
been all round nmkt for a while now.. doesn't always mean much but generally means it'll shorten. Had it from couple sources , one said jimmy quit has been riding it and hasn't rode anything like it since he used to ride out at cecils years ago not sure if thats all gospel but the move for it seems to say some of my info is correct
Mar 22, 2015 -- 12:54PM, betilyerded wrote:
Found this on the Sporting Life website from 18th March.The one just behind the principal pair in most ante-post lists is ZARWAAN and there still looks to be plenty of juice in the 16/1 quotes about him.Now set to be Hamdan Al Maktoum's sole representative following Munaaser's defection, the Ed Dunlop-trained four-year-old still holds Group-class potential on what we saw of him last term.Four 2014 starts yielded four highly creditable efforts, without getting his head in front, and he's another who has been kept fresh (for this?) since the summer.His trainer was fairly candid about the problems the yard was enduring early last season, yet this son of Dutch Art still posted two excellent seconds before a slightly unlucky fifth in the Britannia after encountering a far from ideal passage at Royal Ascot.He didn't quite run up to that level when tried in Listed company on the July course on his most recent start but a mark of 102 has since been protected and the Newmarket gallops watchers have liked what they've seen in recent weekThere was a major move for him the following day so this could have been part of it.Im liking that Hillbilly Boy has shortened to 20's too
as i put in earlier thats been all round town for a while
Mar 23, 2015 -- 5:00AM, sintonian wrote:
Gallops reports are the most unreliable punting tool ever.
depends on what u plan doing with them. I love the rumour mill ofNMKT you back the horses at prices and lay them of because 90 per cent of the time they shorten. And it depends who your listening to 95per cent are clueless but t hat 5 % aren't took me a long time learn who to listen too.