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Quote: “Team McManus were smitten by the smooth victory of DOWN MEMORY LANEat Umma: he made light work of modest rivals: a son of Walk In The Park with natural gears, he may prefer nice ground and can make hay in a spring bumper...posted to Gordon Elliott to train.” WON on Rules debut in a bumper at Fairyhouse (25/2/23) by four and a half lengths @ 5/6 Thank you for an excellent tipping service throughout the three months. It has been a pleasure and profitable to be a member of your service. Your indepth knowledge and analysis of the race has been excellent. I honestly rate your service as one of the best and most profitable.” D.K I think she is a very nice filly who will have a good year this season. She could develop into a Sandringham Handicap contender at Royal Ascot over a mile but it is possible a mile and a quarter will be more of her trip.” WILLIAM HAGGAS Later the same day, Queen of The Skies caught the eye on her first racecourse experience when a running on second behind the well regarded Sea Silk Road at Nottingham. From the family of the Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes winner Frankly Darling, the daughter of Lope De Vega was doing her best work late on in the fillies' maiden over a mile. Her pedigree implies she wants at least a mile and a quarter. Beaten five and a half lengths, she will be a different proposition next time and ought to be hard to beat. selections in the KING’S STAND STAKES – NATURE STRIP (Advised @ 11/4) & TWILIGHT CALLS (11/1) – 1 st& 2 nd

Maidens In Waiting– a selection of lightly raced three year olds who ought to be shedding their maiden tags shortly. There were 16 winners in the 2022 edition, including Group 1 winner ABOVE THE CURVE. Quote: “ MAGICAL LAGOON (Jessica Harrington) hasn’t raced beyond ten furlongs but is a half-sister to the King George winner Novellist. Bought for 305,000gns as a yearling, she is rated 107 and won the Group 3 Flame of Tara Stakes at the Curragh last summer. Seventh in the Fillies Mile at Newmarket, the Galileo filly was beaten a short head by Concert Hall (fourth in the Oaks since) on her reappearance at Navan. A short head behind Aidan O’Brien’s winner, the subsequent Listed winner Cairde Go Deo was third and Group 3 winner Tranquil Lady was fourth. Given her pedigree, she is a strong contender although she has yet to encounter a fast surface.” Advised @ 4/1 WON the Ribblesdale Stakes @ 11/4

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Full analysis of full analysis of the Top 40 Prospects in One Jump Ahead - 18 winners from 35 runners, including exciting youngsters Attacca, Authorised Speed, Gaelic Warrior, Gelino Bello, Jet Powered, Lac De Constance, Lossiemouth, Luccia, Queens Gamble and Stay Away Fay. WINNERS: DIVERGE (10/11), FUN FUN FUN (9/4), GREY DAWNING (5/4 & 9/2), IMPERIAL MERLIN (7/1), OUTLAW PETER (4/9, 3/1), ZENTA (4/9 & 5/4) Elsewhere, it was disappointing to see Roach Power only finish second on his seasonal reappearance at Ripon on Friday evening. However, there were plenty of positives to be taken from his performance. Beaten a length and a half by a race fit rival conceding five pounds, Tim Easterby's grey showed plenty of speed until getting tired inside the final furlong. The Great Habton operation are in decent form but the majority of their string have needed their first run. It is also possible the half-brother to stablemate Art Power will be most effective over the minimum trip. I haven't lost faith in him and I am sure his trainer hasn't either.

Appendix– a full and comprehensive analysis of the 2 mile chasers, 2m 4f chasers, staying chasers & 2 mile hurdlers Absolutely excellent publication, worth its weight in gold, year in, year out. A lot of punters are very indebted.” K.F. TALKING TRAINERS : BEN PAULING: WINNERS : BANGERS AND CASH (6/1), DENSWORTH (13/8), HENRY’S FRIEND (2/1), JOE DADANCER (5/4), MUCHO MAS (4/1). THE JUKEBOX MAN (3/1)

Ahead On The Flat Updates

TALKING TRAINERS : JAMIE SNOWDEN: WINNERS : COLONEL HARRY (1/4), DATSALRIGHTGINO (8/1), GA LAW (5/1), GIT MAKER (8/13 & 8/11), HARDY DU SEUIL (4/1), MILLDAM (15/8), PARK THIS ONE (8/15), PASSING WELL (7/2 & 4/5), ROGER POL (9/4), SUPER SURVIVOR (85/40), YOU WEAR IT WELL (16/1, 5/4, 2/7) Enters the new winter campaign as a likely leading prospect for Graded success in 2m 4f and upwards novice hurdles" Quote: BANGERS AND CASH: “A progressive young chaser who has won twice this season, including the Lincolnshire National at Market Rasen on Boxing Day. His ability has never been an issue, it has been more a case of letting him do things in his own time. Even at Market Rasen, he was still green and will only improve with racing. Long-term, I view him as a Welsh National type but more immediately he runs in the Masters Handicap Chase at Sandown on Saturday (3.30). Depending on how he performs, we might consider the Eider Chase at Newcastle (25 th February) or the Midlands National at Uttoxeter (18 th March). The Highland National at Perth (28 th April), which we won with Slipway last season, is another option. Still maturing, he is developing into a lovely staying chaser.” WON at Taunton (13/3/23) @ 6/1

Quote: I LIKE TO MOVE IT: “ I LIKE TO MOVE IT (Nigel Twiston-Davies) will become the first horse to carry 12st to victory since Leotard in 1993, if successful (Detroit City (2006) & Menorah (2010) shouldered 11st 12lb). A dual winner, the five year old scored three times over hurdles last season, including twice at Cheltenham – won the Grade 2 NH on this day last year. Beaten a short head in the Betfair Hurdle at Newbury in February off 138 (four pounds higher now), he was well held in the County Hurdle last time. Best fresh (240 days off), he is unbeaten on his seasonal reappearances (2 from 2) and appreciates decent ground. Eleven 5yo’s have won this race this century and this is likely to have been the plan for some time. Nigel Twiston-Davies won this with Khyber Kim in 2009 and he commented last month: “We’ve got some tasty races for him; the Greatwood Hurdle, the International Hurdle, things like that planned out for him. We’re going for the big races. There was temptation to go chasing with him, but there’s plenty of time. There’s still money to be won with him over hurdles. We attribute his disappointing run at Cheltenham to him just being a five-year-old at the end of his second season – he’d had enough racing by then. A fast run two mile race brings out the best in him, but I’m sure he’ll want further in time. A strongly run race, and he’ll be great. He’s won on everything so ground doesn’t matter.” WON the Greatwood Hurdle by five and a half lengths @ 17/2 Quote: BLUE BALOO: “From the family of Oscar Whisky, she is leased to us by her breeder Stephanie Hanly and she took on the geldings in a newcomers bumper at Ayr in late October running well in fourth. She will contest the mares’ bumper at Newcastle on Boxing Day (3.10) and is a nice filly.” WON the mares’ bumper at Newcastle (26/12/22) @ 10/1 Quote: “ IMPAIRE ET PASSE (French Revolution): A four year old by Diamond Boy, he has impressed at home since arriving at Closutton with Willie Mullins commentating: “ A really nice individual who jumps well and will go novice hurdling. He looks a really nice prospect.” Owned by Simon Munir and Isaac Souede, he could be very useful and shouldn’t be missed on his jumping debut.” WON 4 out of 4 including the Grade 1 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham @ 5/2Unraced Bumper Horses – a selection of highly regarded youngsters who have yet to be seen in public. Last year’s batch featured winning debutants DUNNET HEAD (9/4), JUNTA MARVEL (85/40 & 4/1) and LA MALMASON (5/1), plus exciting prospect FIREFOX (2 wins). WINNERS: AIGHEAR (15/2, 11/2), SOPHIESTICATE (11/8, 16/5), SPIT SPOT (14/1), STAY ALERT (5/1), TUXEDO JUNCTION (10/11) Well done with El Fabiolo. Pleased to say I got a little bit of 6/1 in November. Great to collect 4 months later. The winnings will pay for my copy of AOTF & Updates.” I.P.

Plus: FLAME BEARER (2/5, 11/10, 17/2), FONTAINE COLLONGES (7/2), HIGH DEFINITION (9/2), IMPAIRE ET PASSE (4 out of 4 including twice at Grade 1 level), KILCRUIT (1/5, 11/4), NED TANNER (7/2 & 5/2), RARE MIDDLETON (2/5), TOMMYDAN (10/1) Thanks very much for the fantastic service you have supplied, I have been involved with racing tipsters for over 30 years and never had as good a strike rate as yourself, out of this world.” A.H Thanks yet again Mark. Nice Ante post bets on Lossiemouth contributed to another wonderful Cheltenham Festival. A huge well done to you, Declan and all your contributors.” K.E.

The winners included 3 from 3 for the Top 40 Prospects and the trio are exciting prospects for the winter ahead. They also featured 3 unraced bumper winners, namely Fleu Au Fusil (100/30), Rocheval (15/2) and Touquet (5/6). Indeed, the Unraced Bumper Horse section in OJA has made a positive start - there are 13 horses highlighted and there have been a handful of runners with form figures of 21212.

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