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  2. 7.10 kempton Roman Spinner 11/1 sky e/w
  3. In not in afraid, no. Quite glad as I think man City and Liverpools form last season would have been a killer. Spain probably still profitable though.
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  5. Southwell 5:25 Vallarta 11/2 Bet365, SkyBet, William Hill, Betfair, PaddyPower.
  6. 16.00 Wetherby Niven 16/1 ew b365 All the best.
  7. Tonight: New York-Atlanta New York ML, 2.05 , 3/10 Good Luck!!!
  8. Just been looking at the handicap lines and my picks would be: England -8 v Australia New Zealand -12 v Ireland France +8 v Wales Japan +15 v South Africa New Zealand would be my strongest pick and Japan the only other I can see myself putting hard cash on. The other two are more like what I'd go for if you gave me a free bet that had to be used on the handicap, with England the closest of all of them to being a coin toss.
  9. 3.10 Punchestown Ask Nile ( each way ) 9/1 Bet365 & Betvictor
  10. Southwell 5.25 Ghost Buy 7/1 betvictor
  11. Yuichi Sugita to beat Stefano Travaglia at 2.14 with Pinnacle Honestly, I'm not quite sure why Sugita is the underdog here, as I'd have the odds 50/50 at the very least. He's always been better than Travaglia outside clay and, despite a certain slump, he's regained his confidence recently and he's been performing better than his next opponent, who has some really terrible losses to his name in recent times. Of course, Travaglia did beat Opelka in the first round and I reckon that this is the number one reason for the market favoring him, but Opelka is so one-dimensional that he is simply bound to get these odds losses every now and then. On top of that, Sugita wasn't too shabby in the first round either, beating a home boy in a fairly one-sided encounter, so I think that there's value - although probably fairly marginal - in backing him this time around.
  12. Kempton 6.40 Kingston Kurrajong 25/1 bet365 ew
  13. liverpool (2) @1.72 tottenham (1) @1.40 leeds (1) @1.36 50 treble please
  14. Nottingham 5.15 The Golden Cue. 25/1 bet365
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    Conflict Cup

    Flaming Moon won @ 11\8 Zegalo 13.55 Nottingham 1 Pt Win @ 5\6 (bog) Promise when placed on both starts, showing he can handle a soft surface when second at Beverley (7.5f) latterly. Slightly longer trip now should suit. Remains capable of better. Allduckornodinner 16.50 Punchestown 1 Pt Win @ 9\2 (bog) Latest win in hurdle at Wexford in September. 7/2, creditable second of 9 in handicap chase at Sligo (20.8f, good to soft) 21 days ago, going with enthusiasm. Up in trip. Merits strong consideration.
  16. 4:35 Wetherby, Monkey Puzzle @6/1 bet365
  17. Two big handicaps at the weekend, one at Ascot and one at Catterick The Balmoral has only had 5 renewals so the trends are a bit thin. 440 Ascot 1m (Str) Balmoral Handicap (Sponsored By Qipco) (Class 2) (3yo+) Previous Winners Trends 5/5 aged 4 or 5 5/5 Ran within 21 days 4/5 Carried 9st or more 4/5 Rated 100 or more 4/5 Drawn less than 10 4/5 Had 4 or more runs this season 4/5 Had won a race (3 at a mile) 3/5 Placed last time _______________________________________ 325 Catterick 5f William Hill Catterick Dash Handicap (Class 2) (3yo+ 0-100) Previous Winners Trends 10/10 Ran with 6 weeks 8/10 Aged 5 or less 7/10 Carried 9st or less 6/10 Rated less than 92 6/10 Drawn 9 or lower 11/15 First 6 last time 12/15 Ran at least 6 times this season 13/15 Won at 5f previously
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