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  1. Haynetrain

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    Samadoubt been drinking this bruh

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  2. to_ddeath

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    Certainly Redzel I can put a line through but Dreamforce is an above average horse who will give its all in the Epsom.
    Has kept improving immensely over the past several months.
     
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    People have been bagging Redzel ever since his Warwick Farm days and he keeps proving da bruddas wrong
     
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  4. Haynetrain

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    Underrated horse for sure is old mate Dreamforce
     
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  5. lockyno1

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    Maybe but would need a leaders track bias still.
     
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  6. Haynetrain

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    Dreamforce and Samadoubt might set up a pace battle for Te Akau Gronk to come home over the top in the Epsom
     
  7. to_ddeath

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    Reckon Dreamforce could sit behind Sama and beat it, still not convinced on the Kiwi yet...more hype around it than Our Maizcay..
     
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  8. lockyno1

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    Was a huge run from the drunk Kiwi with the way the track was playing
     
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    Peter V'landys now the boss of everything

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  10. Lemon Squash

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    Peter V’landys gunna make Criterion boss of the referees
     
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  11. hineyrulz

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    ATM we have Rawnaq.
     
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  12. to_ddeath

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    Cup weights out...any early fancies?
     
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  13. Haynetrain

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    Not at this stage good sir,i can't even pick a Cup winner when the final field is announced let alone now
     
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    I’ve got Finche @ 34-1 as my only long range bet this year.
     
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  15. lockyno1

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    Lys will win the Cox Plate with its leg in the air imo
     
  16. to_ddeath

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    It's between that one, Mystic & Homesman I reckon. Everything else will be flat out chasing.
    Been looking at Southern France and Ispolini out of the OS contenders, only a handful of locals worth a squiz at.
    Finche I don't mind but it looks rather one-paced. More a Sandown Classic type IMO.
     
  17. Lemon Squash

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    Finche is an out and out stayer, I reckon you can already guarantee it will finish top half of the field... if Waller has managed to add a bit of a dash into its leg it could be a player.

    I don’t really back Cup horses far out, done it before and you end up taking unders half the time.. plenty of value on the day always.
     
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  18. lockyno1

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    Homesman lol

    In the words of Jonny McEnroe...”you can’t be serious”

    I normally detest early markets as they are poison but if you back those two you are pretty safe
     
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    Do you consider Very Elegant unders at $51?
    Or is that simply because Waller will run it in the CC & or Cox instead?
    Agree re the Internationals, last 2 winners have probably been at decent enough odds on the day...
     
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    I was surprised to see him win so well first up, it's one race Williams wants to win badly.
     

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