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3 winners personally. I tend to use automated black box tipster services though 😁

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Started to do preliminary profiling this week.

Supreme Novice Hurdle

Age 5/6
Ran in the 12 weeks prior to the race
2+ runs since August
2+ runs over hurdles in the previous calendar year
5+ career runs
No headgear
Ran over shorter than 2m3f LTO
Preferably won at Gr1/Gr2 LTO
Has never raced on Flat in England
Didn't run in the Dovecote at Kempton (scheduled for 22/02/20) : the Dovecote is a poor race, the last 12 winners have failed to win next time out.

Arkle Chase

Age 6/7
8+ lifetime runs
max 4 runs over fences, inc at least one in the previous calendar year
less than 12 runs over hurdles
ran in previous 12 weeks
drops in distance, having ran over 2m1f or further LTO
OR of 150 or higher

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look forward to these mate

early suggestions looks like it could be a tough meeting, not much standing out yet imo

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yeah, going to be more open/tough than usual.

not as many "superstars" knocking about this year

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8 minutes ago, Traf said:

yeah, going to be more open/tough than usual.

not as many "superstars" knocking about this year

aye, no doubt willie will have something knocking about though

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Not sure it would need to be anything special.

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anyone fancy anthing ante post yet?

i'm on Santini for the gold cup at 9/1, into 6's after winning weekend

Champagne Classic in the National Hunt & Ex Patriot in the Brown Advisory

looking forward to the dublin racing festival this weekend, usually get a few pointers

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cracking card at Leopardstown tomorrow

faugheen novice chasing at 12 is mental ha

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Race is Sunday, mate, I think. Ran in one on Boxing Day too.

Personally, I'd rather they retired him. He's made them over a million in prize money, be a shame to lose him at this stage

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1 hour ago, Traf said:

Race is Sunday, mate, I think. Ran in one on Boxing Day too.

Personally, I'd rather they retired him. He's made them over a million in prize money, be a shame to lose him at this stage

agree, no need to go chasing at the age, already a legend of a horse

get him in a field shagging

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Faugheen what a hero 

Would love to see him going out with a win at the festival 

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Champion Hurdle looks very poor this year

Supasundae at 33/1 looks the bet for me

Wouldn't be suprised to see one of the novices supplemented for it

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On 09/02/2020 at 01:31, Widnes Two Hats said:

Altior was magnificent today, that last half furlong was a joy to watch

it was

regains his crown in march for me

kicking myself for not taking the 7/2 on offer last week

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