Grand National Tricast - Your 1-2-3 Selections

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Postby Grittar » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:19 pm

Deja Vu here with

Many Clouds
Saint Are
Goonyella



Also think Rule The World will get in the top 6, if he completes.

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Postby LustForLeith » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:29 pm

Stupid question time. Sorry!

Am I right in thinking a reverse forecast is nine bets so it would be 9 x what your stake would be?

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Postby JoeWBA » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:52 pm

Saint Are
Morning Assembly
The Druids Nephew

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Postby nellberg1 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:03 pm

Stupid question time. Sorry!

Am I right in thinking a reverse forecast is nine bets so it would be 9 x what your stake would be?

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Combi FC would be 6 bets

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Postby Gman84 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:07 pm

1st - Saint Are, can go one better than last year. He's maintained his form this season, not being hit by the handicapper much for it and he's proven round Aintree.
2nd - The Last Samurai, has enjoyed a fine season and seems to get better the further they race so this test looks ideal for him.
3rd - Buywise, lets himself down by idlying at the start of races and not getting out of the blocks well but can always be seen staying on well at the end. Never raced anything like this far before but if he can show that staying on power in this race he could grab a place at a tidy price. Evan Williams knows how to ready one for this race.

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Postby welshpip » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:15 pm

1) Holywell
2)Morning Assembly
3) SaintAre ( Would have been Alvarado, but unlikely to get in now)
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Postby LustForLeith » Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:58 am

Stupid question time. Sorry!

Am I right in thinking a reverse forecast is nine bets so it would be 9 x what your stake would be?

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Combi FC would be 6 bets
Cheers!

Whet I meant was a reverse tricast would be nine bets? Is that right?

Can't even ask a stupid question without mucking it up! :D

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Postby mazeymay » Wed Apr 06, 2016 12:07 pm

Hi LFL
A combination tricast with three selections = 6 bets :win:

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Postby danbradley » Wed Apr 06, 2016 12:12 pm

Always speculative but I would hazard a guess at:

1. The Last Samuri
2. Saint Are
3. Bishops Road

1st and 3rd have proven they are well treated by the handicapper having not been penalised for impressive recent victories. Saint Are looks the type to make the frame in Grand Nationals each year and while not enough to win, looks like has place claims again. Would have gone for Cause of Causes and if by a miracle gets in might change.

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Postby UnderdogsLover » Wed Apr 06, 2016 5:41 pm

Here my 1-2-3...

1: The Druids Nephew: was unlucky last year, will go closer this time..
2: Soll: My choice for a nice Each Way, he stays the trip, and hope
run into the places this year...
3: Many Clouds He to will go close again, but some horses are better
weighted this year, and could be bit tougher especially more rain forecast.
But will try hard, and defend his crown and being 9 is right age to.

Would of nearly done Bishops Road to, doubt he get in !!.don t know
how many more need to come out!!
So those three do for me... :hope:

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Postby Nicoista » Wed Apr 06, 2016 7:06 pm

1 Onenightinvienna - I know he\'s still a novice and it\'s a big ask for him to win a staying chase like this in his first season, but he jumps well looks as if he\'ll stay well and I was impressed with his second to Blaklion at Chepstow earlier in the season.

2 Rule the world - still a maiden over fences but and out and out stayer who looks as if git a big run in him sooner or later. He\'s shown he has some class about him in the past and Mouse Morris can get hhem ready for the big occasion.

3 Holywell - he\'s not the biggest of horses and sometimes I\'ve questioned how brave he is. But he has got ability and he\'s coming back to form as he always does in the spring, after looking like he fell out of love with the game earlier in the season. There\'s no one better at producing staying chasers than his trainer Jonjo O\'Neil. He was a good second in the Ultimate at Cheltenham which has been a good trial for this in the past. He looks to have a great chance if he takes to the fences here.

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Postby Robbie Box » Wed Apr 06, 2016 7:59 pm

1 - THE DRUIDS NEPHEW

2 - BUYWISE

3 - SIR DES CHAMPS

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