Jan 13, 2015 -- 4:04AM, wildmanfromborneo wrote:
UDS reminds me of Im A Driver another spectacular trail blazing jumper.I think he will be a lay of all lays at Cheltenham,I actually need him to win easily in Leopardstown so he will be nice and short.On the day he will also be a place lay as I think he will go off too fast,that means he can't touch a twig,the slightest mistake at that pace will bring him down.Even if he does jump around there is a fair chance that if they start to close all you need is one to go past and he will fold.Remember he fell in Thurles.
You know I do the graft............
Jan 29, 2015 -- 8:27AM, easygold wrote:
Fair enough......... but if you are going to one this year make sure you avoid any one with D.McCain is on the panel, he can`t string two words together and just enjoys the free booze, and a trainer who is over-rated.
Jan 13, 2015 -- 7:04PM, Deise59 wrote:
UDS biggest lay of the festival, beat nothing over hurdles in Ireland, looked as if he was in troube in France, a CH candidtae by style of wins rather than substance, will go off like a scaled cat and die up the hill if he gets that far, will set it up for either Gilgamboa or Josses Hill, 5/2 on a horse who's ran twice over fences fallen once, never been to cheltenham, crazy, hopefully evens on the day, lay and place lay
Another one gone....
Jan 22, 2015 -- 12:02PM, slickster wrote:
Un De Sceaux Sunday. Is around the 8-11 mark. Should he win convincingly, 9-4 will be a distant memory for Cheltenham and you'll be looking at around evens. Hardly what we call value is it?
Jan 15, 2015 -- 2:21AM, Deise59 wrote:
I hope he wins at Leop easigold, price will contract even further, vatour comes out of arkle, shorter again, will go off a very short price, one thing being a bulldozer over hurdles, completely different story over fences, I expect the bookies to have a field day with this lad,loads of doubles, trebles and accums on mullins horses on the first day, surely wants slower ground than he is probably going to get
Jan 13, 2015 -- 7:42PM, easygold wrote:
Best of luck with that project........ Deise59....... 2m3f at France and went off like a scaled cat and held-on. His nickname is The Bulldozer given to him by B.Ger.. after he got off him. Cheltenham is not as stiff as people think with those downhills giving front runners an advantage.All novices have usually ran around twice this time of the year, come back on after he wins at Leop...
Jan 11, 2016 -- 5:56AM, kavvie wrote:
for anyone not having bkd min at better prices it has to be a lay at 6/4?