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Welcome to UK-Jumping's traditional preview, in which we exploit the non-alive status of daily Previewer Eirik Bloodaxe to get some selections from beyond the grave. The contributors for 2019 are:
Representing physics and Denmark, Niels Bohr, for some overanalysed but at least scientific contributions
Representing services to dictatorship and Libya, Colonel Muammar Gadaffi pitches in, although it is feared he may declare success where the result disagrees
Representing medieval royalty and England we have Catherine Howard, hoping to beat a dismal effort by Anne Boleyn a few years back.
Representing the Dark Ages, paganism and Mercia, King Penda is here, although if the others do not let him win, they risk dying in the afterlife as well.
Representing politics and Russia is Grigori Potemkin, where we are not insisting that Vladimir Putin would make the same selections, but he would.
Representing the Lakota is Red Cloud, who was a surprise appearance as we were in negotiations with Leon Trotsky but Jeremy Corbyn hacked the site and put Red Cloud's name down.
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Apologies for the absence of Friday - yet another hosting problem. Not as if Friday was an important day in jump racing... Friday selections belatedly covered as a point of interest, because it is presumed that nobody was following the dead by now

THURSDAY SUMMARY
Race 1 Catherine Howard gets off to a flyer and Gadaffi's suspicious placings continue.
Race 2 had only Red Cloud not embarrassing in the selections and the place was a decent price
Race 3 nobody wanted the words "won" and "Ryanair" by their name but Niels Bohr took a 33/1 second and Penda & Potemkin took the lesser places
Race 4 a first success for Red Cloud and a good priced place for Gadaffi
Race 5 is one for least said soonest mended
Race 6 only had a 25/1 place for Red Cloud. It did feature the Gadaffi row of the day. He was adamant that Penda let him have Lust For Glory, Penda is adamant he did not, and neither are giving in. These fake conflicts all get rather wearing and are a sign that maybe those who say dabbling in the occult can only go wrong. Getting stuck in full on is great recommended fun, but the occult doesn't like enthusiastic amateurs
Race 7 the worst efforts of the bickering spirits yet

FRIDAY SUMMARY
Race 1 yet another Gadaffi place but a massive 20/1 success for Penda
Race 2 equals nada, although Penda's pick of Sternrubin at 40/1 would have paid out each way at some companies 
Race 3 has a 14/1 Gadaffi place and a shorter priced one for Potemkin
Race 4 only a modest place for Red Cloud 
Race 5 they were good at wuth second for Red Cloud, fourth for Catherine Howard, fifth for Niels Bohr, sixth for Penda and finally a Gadaffi win (accidentally?) 
Race 6 was terrible - Red Cloud's non-runner was the peak
Race 7 looked like the spirit sextet had given up after the Foxhunters

Niels Bohr                    1 3 7 F – F P || 6 P 0 4 8 9 0 || 5 7 2 7 0 0 6 || 0 0 6 P 5 P 0      -20.00
Muammar Gadaffi      - 2 P B 4 – F || 2 3 4 2 P 5 6 || 4 0 8 4 8 0 0 || 2 7 4 P 1 P 0     -21.50
Catherine Howard      P U 9 1 P P P || 8 5 P 3 1 0 0 || 1 0 5 0 - 0 U || P 0 P 5 4 P 5     -4.75 
Penda Of Mercia         0 7 0 7 2 P P || 3 P P 1 - 6 1 || 6 P 3 5 F 0 0 || 1 6 9 U 6 7 9       -1.64
Grigory Potemkin      7 F P 6 1 4 F || 0 6 0 7 3 0 0 || 9 9 4 0 0 9 P || 5 P 2 8 U 0 P     -17.00
Red Cloud                   0 U 2 5 6 0 P || 5 7 5 5 P 2 2 || 8 3 P 1 0 4 0 || 7 0 P 4 2 - 0       -24.63
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