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2021 National Hunt Novices Chase

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  • Kevloaf
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    Originally posted by Brital View Post
    I couldn’t be more happy for you Kev.
    You went balls out & deserve this moment.
    Cheers, very kind.

    Some thrill, that was the best moment of my life. The release as he was getting up, my God, I shake still when I think about it!


    The arguements about whether he was a good price "any race" versus a bigger price for an actual target definitely kept things ticking over the flat season Lobos

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  • doctorwu
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    Brilliant ride from Jack cajoling him over his fences. Won with a bit in hand imo.

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  • luisgarciaisgod
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    Originally posted by Faugheen_Machine View Post

    He definitely has his own way of jumping. Jack was outstanding on him, bet he hardly knew he'd had a race.
    Yep when Codd was ruled out I was lamenting the fact that Davy wasn't available but JK was absolutely brilliant yesterday.

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  • Faugheen_Machine
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    Originally posted by luisgarciaisgod View Post
    It was already brilliant ride in my eyes by Jack Kennedy but watching it again I didn't notice how many fences Galvin had hit throughout.
    He definitely has his own way of jumping. Jack was outstanding on him, bet he hardly knew he'd had a race.

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  • luisgarciaisgod
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    It was already brilliant ride in my eyes by Jack Kennedy but watching it again I hadn't noticed how many fences Galvin had hit throughout.
    Last edited by luisgarciaisgod; 17 March 2021, 08:51 AM.

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  • charlie
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    Love seeing this thread top!!

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  • Eggs
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    Originally posted by Lobos View Post

    Galvin will be my play in next year's GN. Any prices available???

    ....I’m sure you’re not alone in that, Matey. I’m not seeing a market or offer as yet.

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  • Lobos
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    Originally posted by Hurricane fly View Post
    I like this as a GN trial, and it will lead me to backing ND next year
    Galvin will be my play in next year's GN. Any prices available???

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  • Hurricane fly
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    I like this as a GN trial, and it will lead me to backing ND next year

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  • jack1092
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    Happy days Galvin won even though i did semi doubt him even after backing.

    Escaria Ten ran a cracker as well, and as FF91 says the race was run so slow and turned into a dash, i think he's the one to take out of it for a future handicap chase depending on what the capper does.

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  • Brital
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    I couldn’t be more happy for you Kev.
    You went balls out & deserve this moment.

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  • Viking Flagship
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    Originally posted by FinalFurlong91 View Post

    Cant be right every time

    Next Destination ran a cracker, he just got outpaced when the sprint for home started

    Wouldve benefitted from a real gruelling stamina test

    The way he jumps and travels id love to see him in the national next year

    Same goes for any of the first 3 really
    I had the exact same thoughts re the National. The 3 class horses were to the fore here and i reckon this is really solid form. He just seems to do things extremely efficiently which is very much a Tiger Roll trait.

    I know nothing of his new trainer but he’s got a good one on his hands.
    Last edited by Viking Flagship; 16 March 2021, 07:51 PM.

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  • SeanRock
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    Savage ride from Jack, was patient & pounced at the right time, he knew he had plenty of horse under him, wasn’t even al out at the finish, pure class!

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  • Spectre
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    What a fantastic end to a fantastic day. The Galvin prices were just so good. The big surprise for me was that there was ever a point that he wasn't favourite. The best horse, laid out for the race on the perfect ground.

    I'd imagine very many of us have had a really good day, and are nicely ahead of the game.

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  • Lobos
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    Originally posted by Hurdles or chasing View Post
    Where Lobo's??? Honeysuckle pissing up in the Champion and now Galvin

    Great result for the forum
    I'm here . Unbelievable scenes . Can't imagine what sort of night we'd have tonight up there if we could....Great day all the same. Made the most of it.

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