Bally

25 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
ROYAL ASCOT has been and gone, and after a little break I’m back with my latest Bankers column. I’ve scoured through Wednesday’s cards and come up with some jewels. Carlisle 5.00 Caustic Love This is quite a hot race, but the manner in which Caustic Love won a 17-runner handicap last time suggests she could be up to the task. She’s 3lb well-in under a penalty and should have more to come on her second start after a break. Keith Dalgliesh and Shane Gray have been in sensational form recently and can notch up another winner here. Ffos Las 4.40 Bally Longford 11-year-old may be fairly exposed on the face of it but he appreciated the step back to 3m when winning what was quite a competitive race here last time. He barely came off the bridle then and provided he gets another easy lead, could well put up a similar performance off a 5lb higher mark. Galloping tracks clearly suit him (winner at Newbury in the past) and conditions are perfect. Salisbury 2.50 Foxy Forever This isn’t a great race and gives Michael Wigham’s nine-year-old a fine chance to follow up his win at Bath last time. He didn’t a clear run that day so did well to win and a 3lb rise leaves him on a good mark compared to his old form. The uphill finish here will help him and he should be able to have Waseem Faris’s measure once again. [boxout headline=”Bully’s Wednesday Bankers”]5.00 Carlisle – Caustic Love 4.40 Ffos Las – Bally Longford 2.50 Salisbury – Foxy Forever 6.40 Bath – Singing The Blues 7.20 Kempton – Crystal Casque   [/boxout] Bath 6.40 Singing The Blues Returns to the scene of his most recent victory and should really have another race in him considering he was beaten a short-head off just a 1lb lower mark last time out. He’s as consistent as they come and that counts for a lot in a race where many have something to prove. Kempton 7.20 Crystal Casque Produced a big run at Salisbury last time, just failing under an inexperienced claimer. Oisin Murphy now takes over and he looks on a highly competitive mark. The switch to synthetics is no problem and the trip is perfect. [bc_video video_id=”6051658372001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mike Tindall makes the Queen laugh at Royal Ascot by producing a miniature top hat from within his own”]    
25 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
ROYAL ASCOT has been and gone, and after a little break I’m back with my latest Bankers column. I’ve scoured through Wednesday’s cards and come up with some jewels. Carlisle 5.00 Caustic Love This is quite a hot race, but the manner in which Caustic Love won a 17-runner handicap last time suggests she could be up to the task. She’s 3lb well-in under a penalty and should have more to come on her second start after a break. Keith Dalgliesh and Shane Gray have been in sensational form recently and can notch up another winner here. Ffos Las 4.40 Bally Longford 11-year-old may be fairly exposed on the face of it but he appreciated the step back to 3m when winning what was quite a competitive race here last time. He barely came off the bridle then and provided he gets another easy lead, could well put up a similar performance off a 5lb higher mark. Galloping tracks clearly suit him (winner at Newbury in the past) and conditions are perfect. Salisbury 2.50 Foxy Forever This isn’t a great race and gives Michael Wigham’s nine-year-old a fine chance to follow up his win at Bath last time. He didn’t a clear run that day so did well to win and a 3lb rise leaves him on a good mark compared to his old form. The uphill finish here will help him and he should be able to have Waseem Faris’s measure once again. [boxout headline=”Bully’s Wednesday Bankers”]5.00 Carlisle – Caustic Love 4.40 Ffos Las – Bally Longford 2.50 Salisbury – Foxy Forever 6.40 Bath – Singing The Blues 7.20 Kempton – Crystal Casque   [/boxout] Bath 6.40 Singing The Blues Returns to the scene of his most recent victory and should really have another race in him considering he was beaten a short-head off just a 1lb lower mark last time out. He’s as consistent as they come and that counts for a lot in a race where many have something to prove. Kempton 7.20 Crystal Casque Produced a big run at Salisbury last time, just failing under an inexperienced claimer. Oisin Murphy now takes over and he looks on a highly competitive mark. The switch to synthetics is no problem and the trip is perfect. [bc_video video_id=”6051658372001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mike Tindall makes the Queen laugh at Royal Ascot by producing a miniature top hat from within his own”]    
25 Jun 19
The Sun
ROYAL ASCOT has been and gone, and after a little break I’m back with my latest Bankers column. I’ve scoured through Wednesday’s cards and come up with some jewels. Carlisle 5.00 Caustic Love This is quite a hot race, but the manner in which Caustic Love won a 17-runner handicap last time suggests she could be up to the task. She’s 3lb well-in under a penalty and should have more to come on her second start after a break. Keith Dalgliesh and Shane Gray have been in sensational form recently and can notch up another winner here. Ffos Las 4.40 Bally Longford 11-year-old may be fairly exposed on the face of it but he appreciated the step back to 3m when winning what was quite a competitive race here last time. He barely came off the bridle then and provided he gets another easy lead, could well put up a similar performance off a 5lb higher mark. Galloping tracks clearly suit him (winner at Newbury in the past) and conditions are perfect. Salisbury 2.50 Foxy Forever This isn’t a great race and gives Michael Wigham’s nine-year-old a fine chance to follow up his win at Bath last time. He didn’t a clear run that day so did well to win and a 3lb rise leaves him on a good mark compared to his old form. The uphill finish here will help him and he should be able to have Waseem Faris’s measure once again. [boxout headline=”Bully’s Wednesday Bankers”]5.00 Carlisle – Caustic Love 4.40 Ffos Las – Bally Longford 2.50 Salisbury – Foxy Forever 6.40 Bath – Singing The Blues 7.20 Kempton – Crystal Casque   [/boxout] Bath 6.40 Singing The Blues Returns to the scene of his most recent victory and should really have another race in him considering he was beaten a short-head off just a 1lb lower mark last time out. He’s as consistent as they come and that counts for a lot in a race where many have something to prove. Kempton 7.20 Crystal Casque Produced a big run at Salisbury last time, just failing under an inexperienced claimer. Oisin Murphy now takes over and he looks on a highly competitive mark. The switch to synthetics is no problem and the trip is perfect. [bc_video video_id=”6051658372001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mike Tindall makes the Queen laugh at Royal Ascot by producing a miniature top hat from within his own”]    
25 Jun 19
WWD

The first eyewear collection is to launch in early 2020.

24 Jun 19
News Directory

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Wave eStore

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Restu Robaga Pasaribu

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23 Jun 19
Forced retirement

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23 Jun 19

Mike Jones made a 50 minute song. I tried to listen to it.

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Pittsburgh Orbit

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