Tote Ten To Follow William Hill Jumps Comp 2012 13

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Tote Ten To Follow William Hill Jumps Comp 2012 13

Postby chrisalex » Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:58 pm

Hello , hoping to get some help with selections for the above competitions.
These competitions are quite similar and it would be wise to get a copy of the RACING POST JUMPS 2012/13 as it lists all the 400 horses included in the competitions, plus lots of info.
The tote ten to follow starts with the Paddy Power GOLD CUP a bonus points race, it is imperative to get off to a good start to stand any chance in this competition and a winning selection in this race is a must.
Similarly the William Hill jumps competition starts with the HENESSY GOLD CUP, and again this being a bonus points race a winning selection is a must.
Second season novice chasers , as well as classy up and coming two mile hurdlers seem to be the key, top trainers such as Nichols and Henderson in England and Willy Mullins in ireland can provide a lot of the horses you will be looking ,for so pay particular attention to their stables.
I am waiting for delivery of my racing post book and will post my selections in the near future.
Any input as to horses to look out for or indeed any to avoid would be greatly appreciated. thanks

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Postby UnderdogsLover » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:21 pm

:) Cheers Chrisalex for reminding of ten to follow competion.
and reminding me to order the book to..

Yes i love the jumps better. :) Ever since Red Rum winning his
3rd national :cool: thats how long i love jumping game..

Welcome chrisalex to OBLG, hope to you do more posts.. :win:
Oh yea good luck with your selections..
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Postby Micko70 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:37 pm

Welcome Chrisalex.

I have loved the jumping game since i saw the mighty Desert Orchid win the Gold Cup in heavy going in 1989.

Good luck with your selections in the ten to follow, part 1 of my 10 to follow is on my blog, just click the picture and look for the blog, hopefully the 5 horses selected might help you

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Postby canovee99 » Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:34 am

Nice horses to follow blog Micko70.

Was at Cheltenham last year for the first time.
Usually stick to the irish racing.
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