Message from discussion Ascot picks, day 1
From: "Firebeast" <firebe...@firebeast.worldonline.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Ascot picks, day 1
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> Personally I think backing a horse at approx 7/2 in a handicap is an
> easy way to lose money, however I have a friend who works in the stoute
> yard and he thinks the horse has a stone in hand in this race. He says
> he's been working with blueprint (last years winner) who is rated
> approx 10 lb better than him and he has been beating that horse
> They also facny Dalanpour strongly.
> I may have a small double but I won't be getting heavilly involved at
> Good Luck
> Jason McCaul
That's just about my feelings too Jason, concerning the price, but I'm with your friend on feelings
of how good the horse is, and that's the only reason I am pretty confident about it. Normally in a
race such as this, there's no way I'd be touching a horse as short as that.
Nice to know someone who knows about the horse actually agrees with me though, and it just adds
confidence to my thoughts, although it won't make me increase my bet.:o)
If anyone is looking for a downside to the horses chances, it could be that the lay off, 45 days,
may be against him, but I can't see it.