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  1. #21
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    Another A/p L.15 for ascot 1. - Gabr - st james palace stakes.
    2. - Dancing brave bear - ribblesdale stakes.
    3. -Beckford - commonwealth cup.
    4. - Clemmie - coronation stakes .
    all mentioned by Sporting life man Matt brocklebank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    I'm lost, who is Harry Potter in the Coventry?


    On a more general point, and not aimed at you specifically, but is this "Scat Daddy" at Ascot not just COMPLETE coincedence? I can't fatham that genetically a horse can run better on a certain track because of its parent. I don't understand what the logic would be behind it. A lot of much more respectable judges thann me wheel the line out and I've never heard it explained - and I've never heard it about any other horse(sire) at any other track.

    I see how it doesn't do any harm, but Pricewise on the RP podcast advocated backing Scat Daddy's blind at Ascot... now that might be profitable, but I'd love to know HOW rather than back something blindly, because to me, it looks like luck!
    Agreed.
    Stats without a logical basis/rationale are obviously just stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigChaang View Post
    Another A/p L.15 for ascot 1. - Gabr - st james palace stakes.
    2. - Dancing brave bear - ribblesdale stakes.
    3. -Beckford - commonwealth cup.
    4. - Clemmie - coronation stakes .
    all mentioned by Sporting life man Matt brocklebank.
    Beckford will miss ascot mate due to leg fracture

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    Bet365 NRNB (with cash out) and Skybet NRNB
    some I've picked out as likely value.

    Shades of Blue 8-1 Bet365 Queen Mary stakes
    Limato 16-1 Bet365 Diamond Jubilee
    Urban Fox 25-1 Bet365 Royal Hunt Cup

    Romanised 10-1 Sky St James Palace
    Lord Glitters 16-1 Sky Queen Anne
    City Light 16-1 Sky Diamond Jubilee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markmightbite View Post
    Beckford will miss ascot mate due to leg fracture
    Really ? ! , Only mentioned yesterday in sp.life, , cheers Mark.M.B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    I'm lost, who is Harry Potter in the Coventry?


    On a more general point, and not aimed at you specifically, but is this "Scat Daddy" at Ascot not just COMPLETE coincedence? I can't fatham that genetically a horse can run better on a certain track because of its parent. I don't understand what the logic would be behind it. A lot of much more respectable judges thann me wheel the line out and I've never heard it explained - and I've never heard it about any other horse(sire) at any other track.

    I see how it doesn't do any harm, but Pricewise on the RP podcast advocated backing Scat Daddy's blind at Ascot... now that might be profitable, but I'd love to know HOW rather than back something blindly, because to me, it looks like luck!
    Im assuming hes referring to Aidan O'brien as Harry Potter so Sergei Prokofiev in the Coventry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigChaang View Post
    Really ? ! , Only mentioned yesterday in sp.life, , cheers Mark.M.B.
    Good old twitter 👍👍

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    In case Anyone's interested . today on Sporting life website . "Aiden O'brien outlines royal Ascot runners.
    First two are Rhododendron & Deuville for the Queen Anne stakes . etc.

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    We could probably put together a forum Yankee for Ascot, surely?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpfcpatriot View Post
    We could probably put together a forum Yankee for Ascot, surely?!
    Fairyland wins the Albany - 3/1.

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