While Alderbrook vaulted to short-price favouritism for the Champion Hurdle at Kempton on Saturday it was a chance, once again, for some commentators to jump to the wrong conclusion. This was a.
Jumping to conclusions is a negative thinking pattern developed by making pessimistic assumptions that are not supported by facts. This dangerous phenomenon can occur in a couple of different ways: mind-reading and fortune telling. When you are mind-reading, you assume that others are negatively evaluating you or have bad intentions for you.