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My second epiphonistic experience not the result of song but too much pom pom first one won the Nunthorpe this will win the Oaks on at 20/1 for a few crates of the good stuff. If you read this Brigust after the hard luck at Epsom take solace and start to replenish the coffers to back Cracksman to win next years Arc. Happy Xmas antepost formites.

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By:
deepingfox
When: 24 Dec 17 21:37
Completely agree Liberator, can't understand anyone who doesn't know that SEPTEMBER is bred to be great, and for Epsom She will be at her greatest.
By:
unclepuncle
When: 24 Dec 17 22:25
I'm balls deep on her at 33/1 - should be clear favourite imo.
By:
harry callaghan
When: 24 Dec 17 22:59
be interesting to see how she trains on, she isn't overly big, i can't remember aidan o'brien taking an oaks filly to the breeders cup before so will be interesting how she goes at 3 certainly well bred
By:
unclepuncle
When: 25 Dec 17 08:15
I do worry that Coolmore will prioritise other fillies who are by their own stallions.
By:
A_T
When: 25 Dec 17 09:16
more likely they just have better fillies. maybe seduced by her breeding? not looked anything special since Royal Ascot - the trip to the Breeders Cup suggests they were trying to get her a big win before it was too late.
By:
woodmanchester
When: 25 Dec 17 16:25
Don't forget her proven record round Epsom! Laugh
By:
deepingfox
When: 25 Dec 17 17:37
SEPTEMBER was running on the wrong ground and the wrong trip from June through to the Fillies Mile, so it's no wonder she had a soft ground 7f for dip. On good ground over 1m4f she is bred to be soooooo much better than Soft ground 7f.
By:
impossible123
When: 25 Dec 17 18:55
September is a much better filly on good ground. And September or Happily winning the Epsom Oaks will do me fine.
By:
Try My Best
When: 25 Dec 17 20:08
She will nip around the Epsom turns like a greyhound.
By:
woodmanchester
When: 25 Dec 17 22:54
Not often someone sticks their neck out. "Miles and Miles" we will see Confused
By:
A_T
When: 26 Dec 17 11:11
odd are against her running
By:
lewisham ranger
When: 26 Dec 17 12:58
I get that September was ul in running but for me the horse that beat her in the fillies mile, Laurens, looked like a much more likely type to make up into a proper three year old. I'd be interested in backing her for the classics, even if you don't look at Karl Burke and think this guy has the magic touch in the big races like O'Brien has.
By:
roadrunner46
When: 13 Mar 18 22:43
ive got september at 25/1 for the oaks doubled with real madrid and barcelona for the champions league for
small stakes, very hopeful at the moment, good run in america, would of won the race with a good start.
By:
The Dragon
When: 13 Mar 18 22:56
bp now 10/1
By:
unclepuncle
When: 21 Mar 18 09:08
Latest quote from Aiden

We’re happy with where we are with her. We are looking at the 1000 Guineas for her and she might run in a trial before it. I think she’ll stay further than a mile later in the season and there’s every chance she could be an Oaks filly. She isn’t overly big, but she has a big pedigree and a big personality. I don’t think her size will hold her back.
By:
Millerracing67
When: 21 Mar 18 15:38
View her as more of a mile to 10f filly atm. Time will tell?
By:
impossible123
When: 21 Mar 18 17:29
I only have a bit of Saxon Warrior - The Pentagon is my main hope - for the Epsom Derby, but the Oaks with September and Happily for bundles after a fairly profitable Cheltenham courtesy of the winning shorties with Footpad and Presenting Percy; I might even have a dabble on September doing the double ie 1000G and Epsom Oaks.
By:
Paterson92
When: 23 Mar 18 08:48
John Gosden’s Highgarden wins the Oaks - 25/1 available in most places ... you’re welcome!
By:
unclepuncle
When: 23 Mar 18 09:37
Certainly an interesting 'dark horse' P92 and just the fact that it's Gosden means the 25/1 might be worth a little tickle.
Form of her maiden is pretty moderate though and has to be a bit of a doubt about class and the trip on breeding given her dam has produced nothing of note so far, but Nathaniel may help impart enough stamina.
By:
johnnyrant
When: 23 Mar 18 13:45
I like Highgarden too. Looks the ideal Oaks type to me.
By:
Lance in France
When: 25 Mar 18 20:06
I have Magic Lily down as a big runner as well. Another one bred for the job.
By:
Jack Bauer '24'
When: 26 Mar 18 00:13
September, Magical and Magic Lily are the ones I have backed so far.
By:
impossible123
When: 26 Mar 18 08:45
She is 50/1 with ***365 for this and the 1000G. She has a good chance if the ground on Guineas day rides good/good to firm, I believe.
By:
pipedreamer
When: 31 Mar 18 14:46
She won at Royal Ascot as a 2 year old.last Royal Ascot 2 year old winner to go on and win the Oaks was,??????,at least before 1970,although a few of late won the 2000 guineas,it still makes it about 3 or 4 winners at Royal Ascot at two ,that went on to win ANY English Classic at Three.
Another factor is that she looked a bit small as a 2 year old and possibly hasn't got a lot of scope to fill out in here frame and improve.
Good luck anyway,Stats are there to be broken.Stranger things have happened.
By:
Lance in France
When: 31 Mar 18 16:51
The silver lining pipedreamer is the race she won at Ascot. You can only run in the Chesham if your sire won a race over 10 furlongs or further! I'm looking at it as a massive positive for the Oaks trip and winning a race at Royal Ascot was a bonus.
By:
impossible123
When: 02 Apr 18 17:55
The market is very weak market for this race; both September and Happily are trading at 10 here, and little activity for the others too.
By:
Lance in France
When: 10 Apr 18 13:36
September NOT entered in the Leopardstown guineas trial on Saturday. Nor was Clemmie
By:
unclepuncle
When: 20 Apr 18 07:56
Seem to recall September thrashing Masar at Ascot. It’s all coming together nicely.Cool
By:
Lance in France
When: 20 Apr 18 08:01
I smiled when I watched Masar yesterday as well uncle, although to be fair he does look like he has improved somewhat over the winter!

Does anyone have any news on Magic Lily? She has
disappeared out of most bookies lists. Have a missed an announcement?

Cheers
By:
jockeyhunter
When: 20 Apr 18 15:00
wasnt entered in the oaks, just the irish oaks. no idea about any setback
By:
Lance in France
When: 20 Apr 18 15:58
Thanks jockeyhunter. That's a little bit worrying for those of us that have supported her at fancy prices. Still, the silver lining is another potential danger to September probably wont run.
By:
impossible123
When: 21 Apr 18 10:43
September beat Masar, the easy winner of the Craven, by 2.25l receiving 5lbs on good to firm ground over 7f; Happily beat Masar by 1.5l receiving 4lbs on soft. How do Gustav Klimt and Saxon Warrior compare to September and Happily?

I do hope O'Brien is sleeping easy about the win of Masar.
By:
Lance in France
When: 30 Apr 18 13:21
Lets hope she is going the York Epsom route rather than nothing at allScared
By:
impossible123
When: 30 Apr 18 17:39
Terribly disappointed she is not running in the 1000G despite a probable ground to suit. Hopefully, she's ok and just needed more time after her exertion in America; an Oaks trial in Ireland or York would be ideal prep for Epsom Oaks.
By:
Try My Best
When: 30 Apr 18 22:10
Good decision by the camp. Bit more time and faster ground later on in the season. Hope she's grown a little.
By:
Middle_Of_March
When: 04 May 18 06:16
On her at 25s as one of my biggest bets antepost of the year

Worried she misses the Guineas and no entry in the Oaks trial next week at Chester. Hopefully she goes to York for (presumably) the Musidora.

If she gets decent ground over 1m 4f, she will prove to be a different animal to when we saw her on some occasions last year. She cries out for quick ground and screams step up in trip.
By:
lobster luck
When: 04 May 18 07:52
I too have good prices about September but it is slightly worrying that she is not entered at Chester.  I am hoping for the Musidora entry or as I like to call it the Alexandrova route! Her size and the possibility of not training on is my concern although as I recall Alexandrova was quite small too.  Blindly, on pedigree she is made for this race and being able to compete at shorter so early is a plus. Being nimble is really important at Epsom and I would think she will cruise down the hill.  Her mother went Irish 1000 to Epsom, as have some other good animals from the yard (imagine for one) but that is too close this year.  Markets give some confidence all is ok but they did not pick up on the Clemmie setback when it happened, only when the yard chose to speak about a week later!  Good luck all, I will certainly be raising a glass to her in the Bar at Epsom on the 1st of June if she can do the business.
By:
impossible123
When: 04 May 18 18:35
She's in the Blue Wind Stakes over 1m 2f at the curragh on 12th May. I hope she runs otherwise straight to Epsom Oaks, I'd imagine.
By:
Lance in France
When: 05 May 18 13:26
That's a little more encouraging. If there was anything wrong she wouldn't have been entered, he said using extremely basic logic!
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