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Trading Post: Stick to those near the pace; Matthew Williams with a daily guide to the best plays on the exchanges.

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ON account of the huge field and tight nature of the inside track at Leopardstown, the pace is always frenetic in the Pierse Hurdle and it's incredibly difficult to lead from start to finish. Equally, the hold-up horses will struggle to find a clear path if they leave their challenge too late, and the safest option is to side with something you know will travel in mid-division or closer. One thing is for sure - there will be the usual half-dozen or so hard-luck stories.
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jan 9, 2005
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