Ollie Fliptrik (2 Yr) | Trainer: PAUL COLE

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A major blow yesterday when Mon Michel coughed and¬†later returned a bad blood test¬†after his final piece of work for the Totesport Trophy.¬† Everything up to this point had gone right and I thought he had a major chance of picking up the prize, but it wasn’t to be.¬†
He won’t be out for long but [...]

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Paul Cole thinks Ollie Fliptrik will run ok but is an unlikely winner.¬† Nick is positive about Ours - he’s fine in himself,¬†he should get through the testing ground and we’re looking for a big run.¬† Nick has two others today which will run ok and although either could win I don’t¬†advise backing them.
Mon Michel [...]

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I weighed myself yesterday morning, and only two days into my diet I was down 7lb at 18st3.  The gastroenteritis diet really works!  Sadly this morning, my stomach having recovered, I was back up to 18st6 - still 4lb down but not the miracle I was looking for. 
On the subject of weight it was interesting to [...]

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A new year dawns, and it’s going to be a very different one for me away from Betfair for the first time in over eight years.¬† I’m struggling to find things to do at the moment, which is very different from having¬†loads to do but not doing it.
One thing I can do is concentrate on [...]

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At last!!¬† I’ve been saying for a long time that Mon Michel is a decent result waiting to happen, and it’s gratifying to finally have a decent win to prove the case.¬† I thought he ran an excellent race, finding just a little extra at the end when asked, which is something he hasn’t really [...]

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Mick and I went down to Lambourn early on Thursday to catch up with a few trainers.
We started with Tom Dascombe, and watched all four horses in light work. Conservation has recovered from the gelding operation and also from an accident he had on the horse walker - he’s still a while away from a [...]

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Ollie Fliptrik

(2 Yr) | Trainer: PAUL COLE

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