A late add on to October’s Hitlist with Rob J napping Cape Gentleman at 10/3. Well done Rob.
A fine start to the new daily naps table with the usual and very welcome suspects in EGS who napped A DISTANT PLACE at 8/15, Alan, KINGS PROCTOR, 5/1, David, PELTWELL 10/3, and Luke H, MARCHING ARMY, 10/3. Great start, gents – well done. And a great start to for a new tipster to the blog, GForce, who napped OH PURPLE REIGN at 8/1. Cracking winner, GForce – nice work.
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