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The next update will appear here from 9PM on the 10th of February.

Urban Fox - She ran a cracker at Goodwood and may now be worth a try over 1 and a 1/2 miles. She is one of the most improved 4 year old fillies this season.

Pilaster - She continued on the upgrade at Goodwood and looks sure to improve again after a great win.

Maid Up - She ran a cracker behind Pilaster and proved herself a top class fillie in the making. 

Highway One O One -  He's been a star for us this year. Landing his 3rd big bet of the season on Monday the 9th of April that included a hack up win in Boxing Day Treble. He's a horse to follow going forward and may well end up a top class handicapper.

The Last But One - He should be 4 from 4 this year and he is going the right way. We made him the best bet of the day when he won at Wincanton and he won in the style of a horse that will win plenty more races.

Native River  - I thought he was a certain winner at Newbury and he got the job done even though he would not have been fully tuned up. He is open to plenty of improvement and is sure to run a cracking race in the Gold Cup.

Altior - He was not fully tuned up but still got the job done at Newbury. There is every chance that he will be better this year and that will make him very hard to beat in the Queen Mother Chase.

Clan Des Obeaux - He only just failed to give weight away all round to a good field. He could win a big prize this season.

Apples Shakira - She won without turning a hair at Cheltenham and is a serious racehorse.

Countister - We had a very good mark for her and she did not let us down and beat geldings in the style of a very good horse. 

Unowhatimeanharry - Was not 100% at Newbury  and is a lot better than the form suggests.

Forza Milan - He's a young horse with a big future and was beaten by handicap blot Louis' Vac Pouch. He should not go up too much in the weights and looks sure to do well this season.

Welsby - I had a good mark for this horse at Aintree and I know he's a well regarded horse.

Caribert - Got off to a great start this season and looks a horse to follow.

Lough Derg Spirit - It looks like he just needed his debut run this season at Wincanton and looks sure to improve for the run. It will be interesting to see where he goes next.

Roaring Forties - He is clearly coming to hand, is well handicapped and a step up to a mile should bring about further improvement.  

Rosemay - She was expected to run well at Musselburgh and can be rated as better than her form suggests because she was stuck behind horses when the leaders got first run on her.

Soie D'leau - He has come down to a good mark , goes on soft ground and looks up to winning a decent handicap before the end of the season.

Cliffs Of Moher - He had a nightmare run at Sandown and is far better than his form suggests. It's a shame he was badly hampered because I do think he is one of the nicest horses from his stable. 

Robero - He bolted up in the style of a very well handicapped horse and looks one to follow in 6 furlong sprint races this season. The change of stable seems to have brought plenty of improvement.

Only 3 heads were between Aqabah, Jellmood and Haddaf and all 3 have futures for sure but Aqabah looks like he will improve more for the run than Jellmood and Haddaf. That said all 3 horses will be winning races this season.

Lastbutnotleast - She was looks an above average mare and will win more races.

The Last Samuri - He had a very nice prep run for the Grand National and is sure to improve for the run.

Update for 16th of January

Lifeboat Mona continues to thrive. She was a clear cut winner of a decent event at Sandown and is a mare that's open to further improvement.

Finnian's Oscar won the Tolworth Hurdle in the style of a horse with a big future. He is a horse that is worth following.

 Update for the 20th of December 2016.

Consul De Thaix (Trainer - Nicky Henderson) and Golden Spear (Trainer - Tony Martin) ran well in a very hot handicap at Ascot. Both are lightly raced over hurdles and remain very well handicapped horses. We backed both E/W on our Dutching service and they ran cracking races. 

Top Notch ( Trainer - Nicky Henderson) - He stayed well at Ascot and will give connections more options for the rest of the season. 

Lil Rockerfeller (Trainer Neil King) - He was not good enough to beat one of our win bets Unowhatimeanharry but still ran the best race of his life and this young horse looks ready to win.

Buveur D'air (Trainer - Nicky Henderson) - I thought he was a cracking bet at 10/11 on his debut over fences and from a stable with many good novice chasers he looks a horse to follow.

Cloudy Dream - (Trainer Malcolm Jefferson) He was put in his place by Buveur D'air but he is still rated a cracking chasing prospect long term.

10th December Update

Cue Card -  (Trainer Colin Tizzard) He looked better than ever and looks set for a fantastic season and in that form it's hard to see what's going to beat him.

Cloudy Dream - (Trainer Malcolm Jefferson) He bolted up last week and he's a horse with a big future. He jumped like a stag and bolted up.

Lifeboat Mona - ( Trainer Paul Nicholls) I thought she would go well at Ascot but did not expect her to beat a decent field by 8 lengths. She looks stronger this season.

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