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  1. From Top to Bottom

    Bottom Barnet v Carlisle 1 1 pt win @ 17/10
  2. Short Priced Favs

    2nd - Tracked leaders, pushed along after 4 out, headway before 3 out, chased winner before 2 out, not quicken run-in Captain Chaos 15.50 Market Rasen 2 Pts Win @ 4\7 (bog) Improved since fitted with blinkers, making all at Aintree and Wetherby in November. Faded into fourth in Grade 2 at latter track latest but the one to beat with sights lowered.
  3. Conflict Cup

    Soloman Grey 15.15 Market Rasen 1 Pt Win @ 13\8 (bog) Has made a promising start over hurdles, opening his account in good style at Plumpton (15.9f, good to soft) in December. Useful third at Kempton since and opening mark looks very fair. Diamond Cauchois 14.20 Navan 1 Pt Win @ Evs (bog) Smart hurdler. Course winner. Tongue strap on for 1st time, good 6½ lengths third of 7 to Presenting Percy in John Mulhern Galmoy Hurdle (5/1) at Gowran (24f, heavy) 24 days ago. The one to beat.
  4. Conflict Cup

    2nd - Led 1f, tracked leader, led again 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on when hard pressed inside final furlong, headed and no extra towards finish Non Runner
  5. Naps Competition - Sunday 18th Feb

    14.45 Market Rasen - Isle of Ewe - 1 Pt Win @ 7\2 Coral
  6. Big Race Trends - Sat Feb 17th

    3.00 - Ascot Handicap Hurdle Cl2 2m3f110y 11/12 – Had won between 1-3 times over hurdles before (1,6) 10/12 – Ran within the last 5 weeks (2,3,4,5) 8/12 – Had won over 2m4f or further before (7,8,9) 8/12 – Aged either 5 or 6 years-old (9) 7/12 – Carried 10-12 or less 7/12 - Finished in the top 4 last time out 5/12 – Irish bred 4/12 – Had run at Ascot over hurdles before 3/12 – Winning favourite (1 joint) 2/12 – Raced at Sandown last time out 2/12 – Trained by Dr Richard Newland (8) All gone after trend 3 .... Patriote 1 Pt EW @ 8\1 Ladbrokes 3.15 - Betfred Grand National Trial (Handicap Chase) (Grade 3) Cl1 3m5f ITV 15/15 – UK-based trained winners 15/15 – Had won between 2-4 times over fences (rules) before 13/15 – Had won over at least 3m (fences) before (5) 13/15 – Finished in the top three last time out (3, 4, 6, 8, 9) 13/15 – Had won just 2 or 3 times over fences (rules) before (1) The Dutchman 1 Pt ew @ 5\1 Paddy Power
  7. 16.55 Gowran Park - Owenacurra lass - 1 Pt Win @ 9\2 BetVictor
  8. Conflict Cup

    Completion 13.45 Lingfield 1 Pt Win @ 11\10 (bog) Promising type. Won 8-runner maiden at Newcastle (7.1f, 6/4) 29 days ago, readily. Further progress highly likely and he's the one to beat. Mall Dini 13.25 Gowran Park 1 Pt Win @ Evens (bog) Smart chaser, 13½ lengths fifth of 6 to Invitation Only in Grade 3 chase (25/1) at Punchestown (20f, heavy) 35 days ago and very difficult to oppose dropped back in to this class.
  9. Conflict Cup

    7th 3rd - Tracked leaders on inside, not fluent 3rd, ridden and switched right before challenging 3 out, one pace and beaten 3rd when not fluent last
  10. Short Priced Favs

    Agrapart 14.05 Haydock 3 Pts Win @ 1.67 (bog) Enjoyed another big victory with success in last month's Cleeve Hurdle at Cheltenham, finding plenty under usual pilot. Will relish these conditions and is the one to beat.
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    1st @ 1.22 - Chased leader after 1st, challenged 3 out, soon led, clear after next, canter 12 N.O.
  12. Sorry for not getting back earlier bit risky as you say but I think Dundalk are the team to beat this year.
  13. Well the new season is on us again this year and I think it will be a big surprise if the outcome of the season is not between the big two Cork C and Dundalk. The outcome last season all came down to the results of the games between the two. City took 7 Pts out of a possible 9 Pts. Dundalk 1 Pt. If Dundalk had turned that 1 Pt to a possible 5 they would have won the league. This season Dundalk have added Lithuanian International Karolis Chvedukas and they have also resigned Patrick Hoban, from Mansfield, who should lead the line. Over the break Dundalk have also been taken over by new owners so money should be readily available. Meanwhile in Cork John Caulfield has also been busy in the transfer market. His main signings are Graham Cummins return from St Johnstone and underage international Danny Kane from Huddersfield. City have kept the main core of players and the return of John Dunleavy and Kavanagh should strenghten City. Although City beat Dundalk in the Presidents Cup last weekend 4-2 I am going to side with Dundalk to take the title at 6\4. I will attempt to have a bet each weekend with odds of Evens: Dundalk v Bray Goal in Each Half @ 8\15 Bohs v Shamrock Rovers Over 0.5 first half goals @ 8\15 !0 Pt Double
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    Bottom Barnet v Accrington 1 2 Pts Win @ 11\5
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