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River Could Get The Job Dun At Taunton

I thought we were on to a winner when I awoke on Tuesday morning and saw that Oak Vintage had been ‘backed’ into just 7/1 in some places from 16s. However, just like so many apparent market movers before him he ran a stinker, and he stopped

Carpenter Could Carve Them Up In The Lincoln

The flat returned in Ireland on Sunday, and on Saturday it is back in the UK. The first big race of the year is the Lincoln Heritage Handicap, and this is a race that has thrown up plenty of generously priced winners down through the years. It

Oak Could Bounce Back To Form At Hexham

We were out of luck with It’s Jennifer on Saturday, but it wasn’t a run totally devoid of promise. She could never muster a challenge, and she didn’t jump anywhere near well enough to land a blow. In fairness to her, she did actually stay on past

Step Up In Trip To Suit Jennifer At Newbury

We were out of luck earlier this week with Germany John, and as soon as he didn’t go to the front early on I knew our goose was cooked. He has produced his best form under aggressive tactics, and it looks as though his run on Tuesday
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