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By May 16, 2019Antepost Bets

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The Flat:

2019 Classic Ante Post Bets:
Madhmoon – 2’000 Guineas – Generally 14/1 – (Now 20/1)
See Flat Ten To Follow for details.
Result: 4th 

Too Darn Hot – The Derby – Bet365 20/1, generally 16/1 – (Now generally 4/1) – (likely n/r)
A pretty short price for todays event (Solario Stakes), but this John Gosden colt could well be absolutely top class. A full brother to both So Mi Dar and Lah Ti Dar, both of whom have shown an extremely high level of ability. This chap made his debut here at Sandown and absolutely blew the opposition away in the manner of a very decent animal. A decent cruising speed and electric turn of foot. Reports from Newmarket suggest the Gosden camp feel he’s the real deal and they can’t hear of defeat here.
A decent performance would see him shorten for the Derby and as highlighted he’s very much bred for that job!
Upd: He won the Solario Stakes in very impressive style and then went on to win the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster equally impressively.
Ending the season with another impressive victory in the Dewhurst, he’s proven himself the best 2yo of the season.
Now likely to miss Epsom for Royal Ascot having not stayed in the Dante. 

Ante Post: Cheltenham Festival 2010: – A Plus Tard – Ryanair Chase, generally 20/1

Star Performance:
A Plus Tard, Close Brothers Handicap Chase.
Making only his 4th chase start for Henry de Bromhead he put in an polish display of jumping to turn what is a notoriously competitive handicap into an absolute procession. Tracking the leaders he jumped for fun, taking it up 2 out and clearing away as though the rest of the field stood still and watch, winning by an ever increasing 16 lengths. Having timed him from the 2nd last fence to the winning post he finished in a quicker time than the Arkle winner earlier in the day, having raced over half a mile further. If you also take into account the last really impressive winner of this race being Road To Respect a couple of years ago, winning by 6 lengths off a mark of 145. A Plus Tard won his race off a mark of 144 by 10 lengths further. Whilst you can’t take that literally as the quality of the opposition might not be the same, it gives you an idea of the performance A Plus Tard put in. By the same sire as Clan Des Obeaux, he looks to have the world at his feet and we can’t wait to see what he can do in the seasons to come.
Ante Post: Cheltenham Festival 2010: – A Plus Tard – Ryanair Chase, generally 20/1

Update: Being only a six year old next year, we feel it’s very unlikely he’ll be aimed at a Gold Cup, so the Ryanair is most likely and we’d advise some 20/1 for that race is taken.

 

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