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    Posted: 25 Mar 2010 at 3:39pm
Can't wait for this meeting in Dubai at the new Meydan track! would love to be there live, will definitely go one year. it will be high class racing with horses from all over the world competing for some big prizemoney for their connections.  
 
Al Quoz Sprint
 
1. Sirocco Breeze
2. War Artist
3. All Silent
 
Godolphin Mile
 
1. Desert Party
2. Glorious Noah
3. Skysurfers
 
UAE Derby
 
1. Musir
2. Mendip
3. Della Barba
 
Dubai Golden Shaheen
 
1. Rocket Man
2. Eagle Falls
3. Gayego
 
Dubai Duty Free
 
1. Presvis
2. Ibn Battuta
3. Alexandros
 
Dubai Sheema Classic
 
1. Buena Vista
2. Cavalry Man
3. Pan River
 
Dubai World Cup
 
1. Red Desire
2. Gitano Hernando
3. Gloria De Campeao
 
 
 
Fields & form for the meeting - http://www.emiratesracing.com/node/3?id=2382
 


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My dad was in Dubai last week, racing fever has really gripped the place.

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Al Quoz Sprint
 
1. All Silent
2. Joy and Fun
3. California Flag
 
Godolphin Mile
 
1. Desert Party
2. Skysurfers
3. Le Drakkar
 
UAE Derby
 
1. Musir
2. Mendip
3. Raihana
 
Dubai Golden Shaheen
 
1. Rocket Man
2. Eagle Falls
3. One World
 
Dubai Duty Free
 
1. Presvis
2. Good Ba Ba
3. Courageous Cat
 
Dubai Sheema Classic
 
1. Dar Re Mi
2. Quijano
3. Mourilyan
 
Dubai World Cup
 
1. Gio Ponti
2. Vision D'Etat
3. Crowded House


What a great race meeting - I know you are a big fan of Red Desire, but I reckon she'd be better suited in the Sheema Classic, I can't see her winning. I also cannot back Buena Vista again, she has disappointed me way too many times, more thanks to poor rides though. And no Good Ba Ba in the top 3???
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Should be a sensational night. Really looking forward to it.
 
The world cup race = absolutlely outstanding. There's some serious racehorses in that field.
 
I've been a fan of Vision De'tat for a while now and backed him at $9 when he won in Hong Kong. He's absolutely top class at 2000 meters.
 
The unknown factor is who is fit / who has settled / who has been set for the race / who is an after thought. To win at that level everything has to be 100%.
 
The Japanese filly is top class. She comes from last though and it's a big job to go past all of these.
 
Anyone know how many of them / which ones have raced on this type of surface before?
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I dont know much about international racing, but gee wouldnt all silent want to improve on its last few runs?? 
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Some good notes here:
 


2010 Dubai World Cup Entries and Post Position Draw
Monday workout photos - 29 horses
Wednesday workout photos from Al Quoz Stables - 13 horses

  • Thursday workout photos - 13 horses
  • Friday workout photos - 17 horses -->



     

    Gio Ponti galloped 5 furlongs and schooled in the starting gate on Tuesday morning. The Eclipse champion older male and turf horse is coming off a 2nd place finish to Zenyatta in the Breeders' Cup Classic and is a favorite in the World Cup. Christophe Lorieul, assistant to trainer Christophe Clement has been riding the horse since their arrival in Dubai. He said, "As soon as I took him over to the rail, he was all about business. I am very pleased with him. He is back to his normal routine now. We didn't want to work him but we wanted to do a little something so he could stretch his legs. He is looking better and better. So far, so good."

    California Flag, the top U.S. hope in the Al Quoz Sprint, worked 3/8 mile on Monday morning under exercise rider Umberto Gomez, but no time was taken. Gomez said the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint champion is "the kind of horse you just have to get along with. You don't fight him, then he starts relaxing."

    Furthest Land breezed 1/2 mile in 50.56 on Monday morning. Exercise rider Barry Walsh said of the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile winner, "He was fresh (Tuesday) morning. We put him out in the sand pen and he went crazy. He was bucking and rearing and he got down and rolled about 12 to 15 times. He never gets to do that and home and he enjoyed it. Lazaro Guerra, assistant to trainer Mike Maker, added, "He likes this track. No, he loves it."

    Kinsale King cantered 1 1/8 miles over the all weather track at Meydan Tuesday morning. The outing included a visit to the starting gate, where the typically good gate horse stood nicely. Trainer Carl O'Callaghan was aboard the Golden Shaheen hope, saying afterwards "He's starting to get back on his toes. I might just walk him into the race from here. Going into the Palos Verdes I walked him nine days in. He walked eight days into the Underwood. He hasn't missed any oats, no temperature. He's gentle, has a kind look. He's spoiled rotten."

    Richard's Kid worked a bullet half mile in 47.97 on Monday morning under exercise rider Janell Gruss. Jim Barnes, assistant to trainer Bob Baffert said, "He did it very nicely, He galloped out really well," Barnes said. "Janell said she had to pull him up because he didn't want to stop. We'll do our best to win (the World Cup). Whatever happens, happens, but we're going to do our best to pull it off."

    Take the Points cantered 1 1/4 miles both Monday and Tuesday in preparation for the Duty Free. Ginny DePasquale, assistant to trainer Todd Pletcher said, "He looks good. He's relaxed. The first day walking up there the sun was just coming up and reflecting on all the chrome and glass and then he wasn't sure what he was in for but the minute he walked on the track you could hear him let his breath out, and he figured out where he was."

    The Usual Q.T. cantered 1 1/2 miles under exercise rider Melanie Cassidy, wife of trainer Jim Cassidy, and then schooled in the starting gate. Jim Cassidy said of his Dubai Duty Free entrant, "The Usual QT was his usual self. The stalls are narrower here. I was thinking I would have a handler on race night, but maybe not." He will breeze 1/2 a mile Wednesday morning for his final work.

    All Silent galloped on the main track Tuesday morning under exercise rider Sean Murphy. Trainer Grahame Begg said of his Al Quoz Sprint hope, "I know he's a straight track specialist but I think I'd rather work him around the turn tomorrow because there's too much work going on along the straight to distract him."

    Al Shemali went out for a gallop under jockey Royston Ffrench, who said of the Ali Rashid Al Raihe-trained Duty Free longshot, "He will need to improve to have a realistic chance but he is working well and deserves to take his chance."

    Buena Vista had a routine canter over the main track on Tuesday in preparation for the $5 million Dubai Sheema Classic (G1). Trainer Hiroyoshi Matsuda said of the filly, "She looks well, and she will breeze tomorrow." Exercise rider Tsuyoshi Matsuda added, "She travelled really smoothly to Dubai, with no hint of a temperature after such a long flight on the airplane. I am very happy with her surroundings and the facilities here in Meydan."

    Cat Junior worked out on Tuesday morning. Trainer Brian Meehan said, "Patrick McEwan, my assistant, tells me that Cat Junior also worked well, clocking 47.37 over four furlongs." Cat Junior may breeze again on Friday, a day before the Godolphin Mile.

    Consul General galloped on the main track Tuesday morning. Trainer Mawaf Al Mandeel said, "He has been impressive in his three starts here in the Dubai International Racing Carnival. The horse to beat in the Godolphin Mile is Desert Party. He is a Group 1 horse and should be the favorite. The other good horse (in the Godolphin Mile) is Cat Junior. He had a good win here. But the first time he ran in the Maktoum Challenge my horse beat him. That does give me some confidence and this being my first time here I am hoping for a good result."

    Courageous Cat breezed 5 furlongs on Monday morning with assistant trainer Neil Poznansky in the saddle in preparation for the Duty Free. He was clocked the final 800 metres in 49.28 seconds. The full brother to Jalil and After Market worked around the markers set at 24 metres. Trainer Bill Mott is expected in Dubai on Wednesday. Poznansky described the workout, "He was very comfortable. It was what we were looking for. He’s very good feeling. Once he’s doing his thing he’s very comfortable, very generous. He's kind of like in your fingertips."

    Crowded House worked 5 furlongs in 1:00.37 on Tuesday morning under jockey Richard Hills. Trainer Brian Meehan said, "Richard was very pleased with Crowded House, who was clocked at 60.37s and looked sharp. He has been there two months now and has settled down well – I definitely think that it is an advantage sending the horses out early. Since we made our minds up to run in the World Cup rather than the Duty Free, we have kept Crowded House to the All Weather, and he seems to love the surface. I am not surprised as he really pointed his toe out when he won on the Polytrack at Kempton as a 2-year-old."

    Eagle Falls worked on the main track Tuesday in preparation for the Golden Shaheen. Trainer David Hayes said, "I'm happy with his condition and this morning he just went over five furlongs and home the last two in about 24 (seconds). He's got a much better chance than my last runner here, Niconero, and he finished an unlucky fifth in the Duty Free last year against one of the best fields in years." After the Dubai Golden Shaheen, Eagle Falls will be heading to Singapore for the KrisFlyer Sprint at Kranji in May.

    Gloria de Campeao cantered with a pony one lap of the track. Owner Stefan Friborg said, "Gloria can whip around quite quickly, as he did on Monday morning, so we thought it better to give him a pony today. And it worked, he was much more relaxed and that is what we want. We just want him ticking over nicely."

    Glorious Noah worked 3/8 in 37 seconds flat on Tuesday morning under jockey Shinchiro Kobayashi. Trainer Yogelatio Yahagi said of his Godolphin Mile hope, "My horse lost no weight at all during the long trip from Japan, and that was a pleasant surprise. He's really eating up well. Looking at him here, I think his condition is better than it has been at home. Yesterday he was taken out for a school in the paddock and he was a bit nervous. But that was a good education for him. He breezed well and put up a good performance in the home stretch this morning, and I am also happy that his stride is fluid when he is cantering. The all-weather track is exactly as I expected, and I think my horse will enjoy the surface as much as the dirt in Japan, so there is no concern about the track. Tomorrow morning he will have a quiet morning at the stable area and go to the swimming pool, which is his regular routine at home." Behind him is another Japanese horse, Buena Vista, who will go in the Sheema Classic.

    Imbongi went out for some light work on Tuesday. Trainer Mike de Kock said of the Duty Free hope, "He has run three solid races at this year's Carnival and is a tough campaigner. He won in the UK for us also and this was his target 12 months ago when we failed to get an invitation. So at least we are here this year but he probably needs to improve again."

    Jet Express galloped on the main track Tuesday in preparation for the Godolphin Mile on Saturday. Royston Ffrench will be in the irons for trainer Al Rashid Al Raihe, and drew post 9.

    Judd Street went out in company with War Artist on Tuesday morning for a regulation canter ahead of their Al Quoz Sprint assignment. Neither was asked to do too much, but both looked well, and as winners already at this year's Dubai International Racing Carnival, both should be ready to run their races on Saturday.

    War Artist was out with Judd Street on Tuesday. Their respective trainers James Eustace and Eve Johnson Houghton are expected in Dubai on Wednesday.

    Laurel Guerreiro cantered on the Tapeta track with trainer Mitsuho Kon watching, in preparation for the Golden Shaheen. He said, "He is a type of horse who does not change wherever he is. He copes with any surroundings. He has a good appetite and he's in good condition. So far, so good."

    Lizard's Desire (left) and Mr. Brock form a double barreled challenge for Mike de Kock in the Dubai World Cup, with the trainer saying, "Both have won twice at the Meydan Carnival already and have progressed. They both ran well on Super Thursday and deserve their chance but would realistically require career bests. Kevin (Shea) has chosen Lizard's Desire so Ryan Moore partners Mr. Brock."

    Lucky Find represents trainer Mike de Kock in the Godolphin Mile and the trainer said, "He has no secrets from anyone and has been a good Dubai horse for us. He has contested a Dubai World Cup and he should put up a good show." He will be ridden by Kevin Shea on Saturday.

    Mariol cantered on the main track at Meydan on Tuesday morning. Joel Segoin who accompanied the Al Quoz Sprint entrant from France, said "He is fine with the heat, which he already encountered last year. He just did a little canter today in preparation of some more serious work tomorrow on the turf."

    Musir and Mr. Brock work in company for trainer Mike de Kock. Musir is de Kock's best hope in the UAE Derby. He said, "He has a touch of class and I am hopeful he will stay. He was Champion Juvenile in South Africa and has a real high cruising speed so stamina may be an issue but jockey Christophe Soumillon is very confident he will stay." Mr. Brock is one of two de Kock charges in the World Cup, and will have Ryan Moore in the irons for owner Serge Seenyen.

    One World cantered on the Meydan All Weather track on Tuesday. George Moore, son and assistant to trainer John Moore said: "We don't want to do much with him as he uses up a lot of energy on the way down here. He's very much on his toes – he's absolutely bouncing. I wish he could settle down a bit, to be honest. We plan to work him tomorrow with Darren Beadman riding." He will break from the rail in the Golden Shaheen.

    Pan River flies the flag of Turkey in the Sheema Classic on Saturday, and was out for a gallop Tuesday morning. He is coming off a close second in the Dubai City of Gold, the main local prep for this race.

    Presious Passion cantered 1 1/2 miles on Tuesday under assistant trainer Fernando Espinoza. Trainer Mary Hartmann said of her Sheema Classic hope, "I saw the same horse that I saw when he left Gulfstream. He is doing extremely well. He is a happy guy. He doesn't carry a lot of weight. The weight he's got on him now is about as fat as he's ever been in his life. There's a long stretch here. That concerns me. I didn't look but I don't think anybody has his speed. Mile and a half turf horses aren't supposed to do what he does. I feel he'll take people out of their game. You have to adjust a little bit or he's gone."

    Presvis worked 6 furlongs on Monday morning under exercise rider Charlie Henson. Trainer Luca Cumani said, "He seems in very good form, and that will have put him spot on for the (Duty Free). His prep-race, where he quickened up impressively, confirmed that he is back to the same sort of form he was in last year, and, while it was disappointing that Ryan Moore, who gets on so well with Presvis, cannot ride, we were very lucky to be able to secure the services of Christophe Lemaire, who has always done so well for us."

    Quijano was ridden as usual by assistant trainer Ilke Hildebrand on the all weather track at Meydan in preparation for the Sheema Classic. He cantered once around and Hildebrand said: "He just cantered as he doesn't really need any more work. He is a real gentleman on the track, always attentive. A real pleasure to ride."

    Red Desire is looking to be the first female winner of the Dubai World Cup. She jogged 1 lap and then worked 5 furlongs, getting the final 3 furlongs in 36.20 seconds and the final furlong in 10.80 second. Trainer Mikio Matsunaga said, "She is in a good condition. This will be her second run since last November (third in the Japan Cup), and the prep race in the Al Maktoum Challenge Round 3 (G2) was a good preparation for the Dubai World Cup. I told my exercise rider not to give her too much work in her gallop today, and the reason why she had an interval between her jogging and galloping was to make her relax. She will have a leisurely time of it in the stable area for next two days. The field for the Dubai World Cup is stronger than the previous time, but I hope she can run her race and produce her brilliant late-kick."

    Rocket Man cantered on the Meydan All Weather track Tuesday. Jockey Robert Fradd said of the Golden Shaheen hope, "He loves it here. He's looking around, taking it all in – but he'll get serious come race night and we think he's a serious chance. He has travelled very well, acclimatized as you would hope and from his number six barrier I expect I'll ride him close to the pace and cut him loose in the straight. He seems to have come back from his injury better than ever and his form last year in the KrisFlyer when he was touched off by Sacred Kingdom is obviously rock-solid, so we have every reason to be hopeful of a big run. It's exciting."

    Siyaadah is one of three fillies looking to beat the boys in the UAE Derby. She comes to this race off a third place finish in the UAE Oaks for owner Godolphin Racing and trainer Saeed bin Suroor.

    Timely Jazz is Irish bred but flies the flag of Norway in the UAE Derby. He comes to this race off a second place effort in the Meydan Classic.

    Uncle Tom was out on the main track with stablemate Oroveso on Tuesday morning. Owner Stefan Friborg said of his UAE Derby team, "They both went well, there are no complaints. They will not do any more serious work and it will be interesting to see how they do on Saturday." Trainer Pascal Bary added, "Uncle Tom and Oroveso are two very different horses. Oroveso likes to run with the pace, while Uncle Tom likes to sit behind. Both of the horses did their last serious work on Saturday and now it is just a question of maintaining them until the race."

    Vision d'Etat cantered twice around the main track on Tuesday. Trainer Eric Libaud said, "He completed his main work in France as he always does. He won't need to work again before Saturday. It is a new challenge to run him on a surface he has not encountered before, but the European horses did well during the Carnival, so I don't see any reason why he shouldn't do well either."

    Youmzain is famous for finishing second in the Arc de Triomphe three consecutive years. This will be his fourth straight year in the Sheema Classic, and his 18th straight Group 1 race. Trainer Mick Channon said, "In one of these races, he'll turn up. He's won Group 1 races, and you want to win a big race. To be second in three Arcs is unique. It's a funny thing that he didn't win one, but he's a bit of a character."

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    Originally posted by andynr123 andynr123 wrote:


    What a great race meeting - I know you are a big fan of Red Desire, but I reckon she'd be better suited in the Sheema Classic, I can't see her winning. I also cannot back Buena Vista again, she has disappointed me way too many times, more thanks to poor rides though. And no Good Ba Ba in the top 3???
     
    Yeah i love Red Desire, i reckon 2nd up here over the 2000m again will suit and she might sit a little closer this time.
     
    Buena Vista has the form around Red Desire so that why i like her.
     
    Was tossing up putting Good Ba Ba in, he would be the next one if one was Scratched.
     
       
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    I have always been an avid fan of Presvis and will be backing up here full pelt.
     
    Also think Mourilyan will go well in the Sheema as he has comeback in good order and looks to like the track.
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    The Dubai World Cup will go the way of Japan when RED DESIRE scores a knockout punch. 

    Maybe.

    At least, the consensus among the international media and meet-long observers is that the Japanese filly could be the next superstar in racing, and there are few to go against that opinion.  She was an amazing specimen this morning, as playful as her countrymate BUENA VISTA the other day, and the comparison I have based on appearance is, once again, involving the “Z” word - ZENYATTA.  She is just incredibly fit, fun, feisty, and should be way shorter than 10-1 on the American morning line based on the sentiments of many with whom I have spoken.  She cantered around Meydan without turning a hair. 

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    What a specimen she is, love those Red Socks..Go Big Red.
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    Betting on the $10m Dubai World Cup, the richest race ever staged, was thrown into confusion today by the news that Vision D'Etat, the ante-post favourite with most British bookies, must pass a vet's inspection tomorrow morning before being allowed to race.

    Vision D'Etat won the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot last June, and was an impressive winner in a Grade One at Sha Tin in Hong Kong in December. Eric Libaud's five-year-old is reported to have been slightly stiff behind on last night.

    A statement issued by the Dubai Racing Club said that Vision D'Etat "has been examined by Emirates Racing Authority vets and another examination will take place tomorrow morning in regard to the horse's fitness to race."

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    That isn't a problem - exactly the same thing happened in Honkers, and he still won pretty easily.

    He's going to be mighty hard to beat if he runs.
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    See how I go

    Race 2
    3 Sirocco Breeze, 11 Finjaan, 8 California Flag
    Race 3
    11 Desert Party, 12 Skysurfers, 13 Summit Surge
    Race 4
    5 Mendip, 9 Musir, 3 Raihana
    Race 5
    8 Gayego, 7 Kinsale King, 6 Rocket Man
    Race 6
    12 Confront, 15 Presvis, 8 Bankable
    Race 7
    7 Youmzain, 14 Dar Re Mi, 13 Spanish Moon
    Race 8
    2 Gitano Hernando, 3 Red Desire, 11 Twice Over
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    Yes, let's get as many people on here having a go. Will be interesting.
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    I've gotta be honest, i don't know alot of these overseas horses. But one stands out just because i'm in love with him... ROCKET MAN! And those comments from Robbie Fraad have certainly given me a boost of confidence. I was hoping better than 2/1 but i'll take it.
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    3.35 betfair which equates to about 3.23 after commish
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    Glorio de campeo will win the dubai world cup at huge odds
    I tipped it last year, it ran 2nd at $66.
    Will win it this year at big odds.
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    Al Quoz Sprint
     
    1. Finjaan
    2. Sirocco Breeze
    3. War Artist
     
    Godolphin Mile
     
    1. Desert Party
    2. Forgotten Voice
    3. Cat Junior
     
    UAE Derby
     
    1. Mendip
    2. Raihana
    3. Musir
     
    Dubai Golden Shaheen
     
    1. Rocket Man
    2. Gayego
    3. Eagle Falls
     
    Dubai Duty Free
     
    1. Presvis
    2. Alexandros
    3. Imbongi
     
    Dubai Sheema Classic
     
    1. Pan River
    2. Youmzain
    3. Deem
     
    Dubai World Cup
     
    1. Vision D'Etat
    2. Crowded House
    3. Red Desire

    The World Cup itself is it's usual thorough disappointment lacking a real champion of any sort. One day they might just do the sensible thing and run the race on Turf.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote VaDiM Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Mar 2010 at 10:59pm
    Gloria De Campeao $17 fixed? Thanks!
    R.I.P Whobegotyou my little mate
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    R2-H5 Our Giant
          H8 California Flag
          H4 All Silent
          H6 Joy And Fun
     
    R3-H5 Glorious Noah
          H2 Cat Junior
          H11 Desert Party
          H12 Skysurfers
     
    R4-H9 Musir
          H5 Mendip
          H7 Frozen Power
          H3 Raihana
     
    R5-H2 Eagle Falls
          H1 One World
          H6 Rocket Man
          H8 Gayego
     
    R6-H8 Bankable
          H15 Presvis
          H1 Imbongi
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    R7-H10 Buena Vista
          H16 Cavalryman
          H13 Spanish Moon
          H14 Dar Re Mi
     
    R8-H3 Red Desire
          H6 Vision D'etat
          H5 Gloria De Campeao
          H4 Gio Ponti
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BROOKE Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 12:56am
    Gloria is under rated, thats why I tipped it last year. Ran an almighty 2nd
    Will beat this lot. $17 is great. Take it
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote M.D.3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 1:25am
    I do like him i got him in for 3rd, but can't see him turning the tables on Red Desire she beat him fair and square first-up while Gloria had already had one run back.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DiamondsAtDusk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 2:20am
    Tab hasn't got the form up yet.. where have you guys been getting your form from?
    We Started Nothing.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote M.D.3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 2:36am
    look at the bottom of the first post DAD..
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DiamondsAtDusk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 2:43am
    Ahhh sorry, thanks very much MD3!!
    We Started Nothing.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ianb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 3:06am
    Unitab not even betting on the World Cup.....bright, real bright
    current stable...Giuliani.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vodka Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 4:55am
    Originally posted by andynr123 andynr123 wrote:

    That isn't a problem - exactly the same thing happened in Honkers, and he still won pretty easily.

    He's going to be mighty hard to beat if he runs.
     
    Yep, the only thing that went wrong in Hong kong was that I halved my bet based on him needing a late vet examination :(
     
    Still a great win (9s), but the vet stuff scared me.
     
     
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote andynr123 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 5:02am
    I really like Gio Ponti, if he handles the Tapeta surface he has a good good chance.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote princerubiton Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 5:22am
    That horse who led Conduit by many lengths in the Breeders Cup, Precious something? that's what i'm going to back.
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vodka Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 5:41am
    Precious Passion.
     
    I was on it that day. That's the only way it can race, it goes MILES out in front and then tries to hang on.
     
    13-1 win 4-1 place at the moment. Place looks good value.
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