Monthly Archives: October 2014

What we learned from the weekend: 25th & 26th October…

Now the National Hunt game is rolling! BANG! Old Roan Chase. KAPOW! Persian War Hurdle! Just that pesky Breeders Cup thingy over in the States and then that flat stuff can properly be put to bed! But that’s by the by, today all you need to be concerned about is… What we learned from the…

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What we learned from the weekend: 18th & 19th October…

Well that was a fantastic weekend of jumping action, wasn’t it? That Cheltenham Showcase meeting left us all salivating for more…and then THE NEW ONE showed up for a Sunday stroll at Kempton and that was it, game on, we are all absorbed in the wonderful National Hunt game for another season. Time to start planning…

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What we learned from the weekend: 11th & 12th October…

As Nu-Metal god Fred Durst once famously said… “Keep on raining baby, you know what time it is” Of course we know what time it is Fred, its National Hunt time! OK, he didn’t quite say that (exchange the raining for rollin’ if you’re being pedantic!) but let’s pretend he did utter those immortal words…

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NTF Munster National Analysis: The Dosage & Trends Assault!

The Munster National. One of those early season races that isn’t quite strong enough to add to the full NTF service but does serve it’s own purpose for me in that I can use it to get my eye in for the season ahead. This is also one of those races where Dosage doesn’t, unfortunately,…

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What we learned from the weekend: 4th & 5th October…

Man that weather is harsh out there isn’t it? That, by the way, isn’t a bad thing. Oh no, far from it! If I’m getting soaked whilst walking the NTF hounds (which I did) that also means that racetracks up and down the country are getting a good old natural softening. That in turns means…

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