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2022 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Kevloaf View Post
    As a non believer in needing individual race threads this early, I can't wait for someone to prove me wrong and nail the winner of this early.


    It's just....you won't.....

    The Albert regularly produces huge winners on the day of the race so I agree, it's highly unlikely that any of us on here has even mentioned the winner yet !

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Quevega View Post
      Barbados
      Runs for Harrington in a maiden hurdle on Sunday.
      Rated over 100 on the flat.
      Nicely bred and has similar family to Supasundae.
      Probably more likely for this sort of trip though based on his flat runs. Or Ballymore maybe.

      Not priced up anywhere, but would be of interest and might get quoted biggish prices.
      If anyone wants to attempt with B365 I'd be grateful.
      They've refused me the last 6 times.
      33/1 with B365

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      • #33
        Originally posted by BraveInca View Post

        33/1 with B365
        Cheers.
        I had a look about half hour ago.
        I'm leaving it for now.
        I'd have dabbled at 50-1.
        33-1 is not bad though.
        If they leave it whilst race is on tomorrow then I might play.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Lobos View Post

          The Albert regularly produces huge winners on the day of the race so I agree, it's highly unlikely that any of us on here has even mentioned the winner yet !
          Don't you remember me finding Latest Exhibition @ 66/1 around this time of year and starting a forum plunge?

          I've added Hollow Games for this @ 33/1.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by charlie View Post

            Don't you remember me finding Latest Exhibition @ 66/1 around this time of year and starting a forum plunge?

            I've added Hollow Games for this @ 33/1.
            66/1! Bugger.....I missed that one. I dont normally get involved in the race at all but I've actually got some sort of book going on this time around.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Lobos View Post

              The Albert regularly produces huge winners on the day of the race so I agree, it's highly unlikely that any of us on here has even mentioned the winner yet !
              Last 10 years, ISP winner of this race

              average: 16.9/1
              median: 14/1

              deffo one I like to play late (and get wrong)

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Lobos View Post

                The Albert regularly produces huge winners on the day of the race so I agree, it's highly unlikely that any of us on here has even mentioned the winner yet !
                Very true that, usually goes to a horse who has at some point disappointed and been written off, which is obviously reflected in the SPs of winners...

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                • #38
                  JWM's point to point (red and white colours). Video seems to be corrupted between the 1 and 2min mark (or was for me anyway) and there are trees everywhere, but still might be of interest, you can see most of the fences.
                  https://youtu.be/932jM54Vv1w

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                  • #39
                    Just can't make my mind up on JWM. Reckon he wants it soft, his P2P & bumper performances say high class stayer to me but his pedigree says 2&1/2m.
                    Last edited by Eudipe; 21 October 2021, 11:44 AM.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Lobos View Post

                      The Albert regularly produces huge winners on the day of the race so I agree, it's highly unlikely that any of us on here has even mentioned the winner yet !
                      I'm still the only one making a case for Whatdeawant at 50s. Have a look at his race with Kilcruit. You couldn't even see him in the final furlong over 2 miles until he flashed home for an unlikely place. He will love the step up in trip and Mullins will no doubt have a plan for him this year.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Lbur4288 View Post

                        I'm still the only one making a case for Whatdeawant at 50s. Have a look at his race with Kilcruit. You couldn't even see him in the final furlong over 2 miles until he flashed home for an unlikely place. He will love the step up in trip and Mullins will no doubt have a plan for him this year.

                        …..interesting, as low as 20-1 with PP. The 50-1 with cash-out seems sensible to get onside.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Lbur4288 View Post

                          I'm still the only one making a case for Whatdeawant at 50s. Have a look at his race with Kilcruit. You couldn't even see him in the final furlong over 2 miles until he flashed home for an unlikely place. He will love the step up in trip and Mullins will no doubt have a plan for him this year.
                          If covering a large portion of the field and building a book is the aim then he’s a very good proposition at that price. As I limit myself per race, he didn’t make the cut for me.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by JackieMoon33 View Post

                            If covering a large portion of the field and building a book is the aim then he’s a very good proposition at that price. As I limit myself per race, he didn’t make the cut for me.
                            That is exactly what I do, I have lost a fair few accounts doing it this way but I utilise free bets with mine and the Mrs accounts and at 50/1 it was fairly easy for me to get on board.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Lbur4288 View Post

                              I'm still the only one making a case for Whatdeawant at 50s. Have a look at his race with Kilcruit. You couldn't even see him in the final furlong over 2 miles until he flashed home for an unlikely place. He will love the step up in trip and Mullins will no doubt have a plan for him this year.
                              I (perhaps wrongly) assumed that the owners would want to win the race that they sponsor??

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Fouroverthrutwo View Post

                                I (perhaps wrongly) assumed that the owners would want to win the race that they sponsor??
                                You're right. I wouldn't rule out the Ballymore.

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