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harrisman last won the day on October 28 2020

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  1. Very dissapointing. Seemed pretty unable to keep up with the race pace and although switched to the outside to have a clearer view of the hurdles it appeared to have little benefit. However I will keep on eye on it if it appears for an entry on a firmer surface.
  2. Clairefontaine 11.15 Alce seems to me to represent good value, against the two Macaire runners heading the market.I don't think Alce is fully exposed yet and if the excellent Nathalie Desoutter claiming 4, can ride it a bit closer to the pace than on its debut where it seemed to take time to settle, I'm hopeful it will be still in contention at the last. ALCE- 8/1ew
  3. Nice work Danny Tudhope indeed. Drifted out as well to 13/2!
  4. Ayr 14.10 In an open looking 7f on good to firm I fancy the maiden Klopp of the Kop to be in contention. Both of its best RPR's have been recorded on good going and dropped into a lower grade must have a chance against similarly modest individuals. 11/2ew
  5. Walkin out came second. Only noticed checking the results and watching the replay that there was a JC so no FeluxDG aboard. Wasn't convinced the right tactics were applied on the heavy ground. Will follow this horse though as until the last was jumping with fluency.
  6. A win and a place yesterday in France, hoping for more of the same in two hurdles at Nancy, both with British interest. 11.50 Peregrina 10/3ew. Reveley booked, backed down already from forecast price. 10.50 Walkin out. Felix De Giles booked for the ride for the noted Cottin yard. Interesting that it is owned by Robert Waley Cohen. Could well be worth following in that regard to see where it goes next. 8/1ew
  7. Killarney 16.00 Very competitive GradeB Chase with the big yards and owners all represented however 10/1 for previous CD and race winner Everlasting promise seems too large. Admittedly it is carrying more weight than previously however considering its only a 7 yo there's still a possib for some improvement and with ground in its favour as well hopefully it will go close at this unique track. Everlastingpromise 10/1ew
  8. Think he's only riding at track as no other meeting on! Interesting varied card. Let's hope for a better day!
  9. 13.55 La Teste An Interesting 5 runner race in prospect with current Rouget favourite, by Frankel, a three time winner in this grade, up against a bigger priced stable mate with inform claimer aboard and a second favourite with red-hot trainer form - both dropping in class. Tactics will be very interesting in this small field. At the prices the second Rouget runner appeals more to me as an ew selection. Mon Ouragon 6/1ew
  10. La Teste 15.05 Although the current favourite in the Group 3 Arab race was a 7 length winner on debut it was at a pretty low grade track and maiden. It's going up 3F today on very soft going and with Peslier taking over the reins on the second favourite, having just been pipped at the post - with the winner of that race finishing a 2 length third in a Group 2next time out, 5/1 seems far too big for me with arguably better form. Image Du Croate 5/1ew
  11. Dismal run. Broke well and going OK rounding the end into the home straight but when asked to pick up zero response and tailed off firmly last. Of course may have picked an injury or infact horse has decided it doesn't care for this racing malarkey much and if Mosse couldn't get a response then best avoided. Be interesting to see if it pops into a claimer now however or has a trainer change.
  12. Rather more modest fare in France today at Chantilly after yesterdays Longchamp group action. However the 14.49 3yo 1m2f handicap on soft going here has piqued my interest. Particularly the mount ridden by Mosse, today being its handicap debut . On the face of it three pretty uninspiring runs in maidens at different tracks with seemingly different tactics employed on each occasion. However looking in more detail at the race replays it seems to have been given some very' considerate handling' and I'm quite sure it hasn't reached the limits of its ability yet. The trainer to be fair
  13. No complaints beaten by winner into 2nd.would like to see it over a straight 7.Id assumed it was over the straight today.
  14. Deauville 1.25 Lacuna- interesting that German trainer Henk Grewe brings this back to France after a relatively dissapointing 3rd at Compeigne when Soumillon was booked. Although it broke well it never seemed to settle and I wonder if the rail proximity, large field and course alignment had a big part to play result. Worth a look at with regards to today over a straight 7F.
  15. MoLe Lion D'Angers 18.15 tricky trappy 7 runner race especially the distance in question, however after being pitched in to a much higher grade last time over the large Auteuil fences I expect - Heclypse Blue - under the excellent claimer Charlotte Pritchard, to appreciate dropping into a lower grade again. 9/2 ew 18.45. A Group 3 NHS flat - again a tricky 7 runner race with no less than 4 recent winners. Form is hard to assess as some of the races were on tracks not covered by the PMU, however the current fav Il Est Divin is prob the correct one, although it's possibly l
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