Leaning towards – Idioms by The Free Dictionary

But punters piled into Vautour (left) to score over an extended three and a quarter miles in the Gold Cup, and William Hill’s Jon Ivan-Duke said: “The market moves suggest those closest to Vautour are leaning towards the big one at Cheltenham in March.” Cheltenham in March.
I haven’t even discussed it with my wife but I am leaning towards the yes side.”
“A combination of the trip and weight he will have to carry over the longer distance has left us leaning towards the Melling Chase.” Last year’s winner Voy Por
Dettori said:”I have not made a final decision but I’m leaning towards Echo Of Light.
CONEYGREE’S connections are “leaning towards” running the star novice against the big boys in the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup on March 13.
Has Robert Mitchell forgotten the Twin Towers attacks in New York on 9/11, the attack on the London Underground tube stations and several other attacks on countries leaning towards democracy?
CONNECTIONS of Wanango yesterday said they were leaning towards carrying top weight in the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase, despite not having yet totally ruled out other Cheltenham engagements, write Turia Tellwright and Tony O’Hehir.
McCall said: ‘I am leaning towards keeping Colin here now.
Connections of Speciosa will make a decision on her Oaks participation next week, but the signs are that they are leaning towards the race, for which she is a best-priced 9-1.
Most of the 52 national associations who make up UEFA are keeping their vote in tomorrow’s election secret but the English FA are thought to be leaning towards Platini despite his promise to limit the number of Champions League places to three clubs from any one country.
TIMMY MURPHY yesterday admitted he was leaning towards riding It Takes Time in the Aintree classic.
“We’ve still got a bit of time to decide, but the boss is leaning towards sending her to Storm Cat,” said Darley’s bloodstock advisor John Ferguson, who handled the purchase.
SPECIOSA could bid for a Classic double as trainer Pam Sly is leaning towards a crack at next month’s Vodafone Oaks.
Wylie, who paid 110,000gns for the former Sir Mark Prescott-trained gelding last autumn, said: “There has been no final decision but we are certainly leaning towards the novices’ race, and everyone got a big clue where we would run when Royal Rosa ran at Haydock at the weekend.

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