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  1. As highlighted in Notebook Horses Barati runs at Longchamp 435 it is 2/1, i wont mind betting it ends up evens Baratti another one from the notebook wins after being headed in the straight (looked beat), unusual performance 2/1 advised.
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  2. Kempton 2.55 Four promising colts line up here for this one mile conditions stakes with arguably John and Thady Gosden’s Saga the form horse. Owned by Her Majesty The Queen he bumped into a couple of smart sorts on his first two starts as a juvenile in the Godolphin pair Modern Games (subsequent Breeders Cup winner) and Coroebus before breaking his duck at Ascot in September. He still has an entry in the 2000 Guineas. William Haggas saddles the main danger in Maljoom who won on his racecourse debut when pushed out to win a novices stakes at Doncaster on their opening Lincoln meeting. That form is not as good as Saga’s but he will have the edge in fitness you would have thought. Owen Burrow’s Bayraq brings the course form having won over a furlong shorter last October from an odds on shot of the Gosden’s. The Crisford’s Artois make up the quartet but looks likely to come up a bit short. On all known form Saga should be winning this and he’s a confident selection under Frankie Dettori. SAGA 4 points win @ 11/8 Paddy Power Fairyhouse 3.15 Although there are seventeen runners declared for this 2m 5 1/2F handicap hurdle it may not be as competitive as it first looks. Many are out of sorts with the exception of the front two in the market who look the pair to concentrate on here. Carrig Sam had already won a point to point and a maiden hurdle here before taking a similar contest to this over a two furlong shorter trip. An 8lb rise is unlikely to stop him following up and the extra distance will be very much in his favour. Pushing him for current favouritism is the Gordon Elliot trained Festival D’Ex who actually finished 5 1/4L behind Carrig Sam here in February and is 5lb better off today. He has run well in defeat agin since at Naas but today preference has to be for the Arthur Moore trained Carrig Sam. The only other horse that appeals is the double green silks of Homme D’un Soir of Stuart Crawfords who has claims with the selection on recent running. CARRIG SAM 2 points each way @ 9/2 Bet365 1/5th 12345 Kempton 3.30 A decent turn out for the Racing TV Roseberry Handicap run over just short of 1m 4F. There’s some interesting handicappers here including a pair of Sir Michael Stoute runners in Boss Power to be ridden by Ryan Moore and perhaps of more interest the Richard Kingscote ridden Hasty Sailor who won his last two starts on the all weather rising 13lb. The pair of them though are having their first runs of the season, and with Stoute yet to have a winner this year couldn’t be backed with any real confidence. Fitness will not be an issue mind with my selection from the bottom of the handicap. Diamond Bay was very impressive on his comeback following a 141 day break when easing home over course and distance with his jockey Richard Kingscote looking around for non existent dangers. I’m not sure if there is any significance in the fact that Kingscote is now on the Stoute runner but such was the visual appeal of Diamond Bay that day that he has to be the selection here from a 7lb higher mark for trainer Tom Ward and jockey Tim Marquand. DIAMOND BAY @ 2 points each way @ William Hill 9/2 1/5 1234 Fairyhouse 3.50 A very competitive 2m 4F grade 2 hurdle with plenty with chances. JP McManus runs three with his stable jockey choosing Thedevilscoachman for Noel Meade who won the grade 2 Boyne Hurdle last time out at Navan having briefly flirted with chasing. He does have to carry a 5lb penalty for that victory here along with one of JP’s other runners Darasso and the P M Doyle trained Flame Bearer who is two from two at the track. Willie Mullins is always feared in these type of contests are saddles two in Whiskey Sour a runaway 15L winner last time out and Jon Snow who we haven’t seen for 606 days. Stable jockey number one Paul Townend appears to have chosen the former but that will only help the price of Jon Snow who will be partnered today by Brian Hayes. He looked a proper horse when we last saw him and is actually the highest rated of the field today. Whether he’s straight enough is another matter but at the prices I’ll pay to find out. JON SNOW 1 point each way @ 12/1 William Hill 1/5th 1234 Kempton 4.05 Only 7 fillies go to post for the listed Racing TV Snowdrop Fillies Stakes run over a mile. It should only really concern the front three in the market with Tom Ward’s Roman Mist the top rated. A consistent sort he maybe the fittest of the front trio and should go close. I do prefer the chances though of the William Haggas runner, My Astra who is making her all weather debut having won two of her three career starts, the latest coming in listed company at Salisbury last October on heavy ground. She had previously won on fast ground so it seems all ground comes alike to her. Sir Michael Stoute has yet to get off the mark for the year but has only had five runners so far. He saddles Potapova who kept decent company last season and was a very impressive winner on her only start on the all weather back in November 2020 at Chelmsford. It’s hard to split between the pair with slight preference for My Astra. MY ASTRA 2 points win @ 9/4 Bet365 Fairyhouse 4.20 Only six go to post for this 2m 4F Grade 2 Devenish Chase with Willie Mullins holding the aces saddling three of the six runners. Janidil was last seen running a credible 14L second to stable companion Allaho in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival and despite a 8lb penalty here looks the one to be with. Owned by JP McManus he will be ridden by his retained pilot Mark Walsh. Mullins may provide the danger in the Paul Townend ridden Blackbow who on official ratings at these weights is only a pound below Janidil. He bounced back to form last March when landing the odds at Clonmel and can chase home the selection for a Mullins 1-2. JANIDILL 2 points win @ 6/5 William Hill Fairyhouse 5.00 This year’s BoyleSports Irish Grand National has once again attracted a full field of thirty runners and will be run over 3m 5F. Willie Mullins saddles the likely favourite in Gaillard Du Mesnil, a novice who ran third at the Cheltenham Festival in the Brown Advisory and could be seriously well handicapped. There’s many others with chances including a handful that ran in in last weekends Aintree Grand National including Mount Ida (unseated at first), Run Wild Fred (fell at 8th), Enjoy D’Allen (unseated at first), Samcro (finished a well beaten 11th), Death Duty unseated at 8th and School Boy Hours who almost fell at the 9th and was pulled up. I do feel that the latter, who his trainer Noel Meade has been extremely complimentary about has another big staying handicap like this in him (he won the Paddy Power Handicap Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas) and in a wide open contest is worth a small each way wager. SCHOOL BOY HOURS 1 point each way @ 14/1 Bet365 1/5th 1234567
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  3. I've done 3 . RUN WILD FRED 14/ ( 7 places ) 3 of the last 5 winners have won off a mark of 137 & two fit that profile SMOKING GUN 33/1 ( 7 places ) LORD LARIAT ( 7 places ) Both just small stakes fun stat bets . There's that many meetings tomorrow reckon I'll set my alarm clock an hour earlier ?
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  4. Mine is Time To Get up E/W 16/1 bog 7Places
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  5. Irish grand national Time to get up 9.1 16/1 Velvet elvis 8.7 20/1 Mister fogpatches 8.5 20/1 Some big prices .....let's roll the dice ...5pt ew top 3 ...Good luck all
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  6. 324 red Il bandito 8.4 11/4 Queens Sargent 8.1 14/1 Surprise picture 7.5 Scottish summit 7.4 10pt win top rated ...5pt ew queens
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  7. Let's c who gets the Irish grand national winner My£5 goes on Screaming colours 20/1
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  8. AW selection Southwell 6.00 AWAY WIT DA FAIRYS 8/1
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  9. Costello

    Naps - Sunday 17th April

    Southwell 6pm Away Wit Da Fairys @ 10/1 Bet365
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  10. 505 new digital 11/4 pp beat zarzyni convincly .Big shout I think That was a really good shout with enemy yesterday and if you don't mind zilzalien I will be following ur notebook
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  11. Irish National ........ a couple of EW shots against the field Time To Get Up at 14/1 EW Paddypower Smoking Gun at 35/1 EW Paddypower
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  12. Taking a chance with Ralph Becketts entries. 1.39.Redc.Take my Chances 10/3 3.30.Kemp.Sky Power. 14/1 singles & double Good luck all.
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  13. I'm liking that ...lol
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  14. Williams is playing great. Bodes well. We need a century from Maguire Murphy and also the McGill match. glad to see the 9/4 Ronnie century bet came in.
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  15. Jjoneil my second choice thought long and hard good luck
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  16. Zilzalian

    NOTEBOOK HORSES 2022

    Baratti wins 2/1 advised (ep)
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  17. Double. 2.26.Mkt/R. Dehradan. 3/1.... unpl *4.35. Plum. Midnight Legacy 11/4 *. *entered wrong horse first time.... unpl q singles & double. Good luck all.
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  18. Wouldn't it be great if Shaun or any other snooker player read this though! I come from an era where that was considered "harmless banter" - no offence meant if you're reading Shaun! 2 qualies through from the first 5 completed matches, I think we may get the 4 or 5 quite comfortably in the end.
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  19. AW selection Kempton 4.05 MY ASTRA 7/4
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  20. Won. BSP 11.25 36 / 144, lsp + 14.23
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  21. @Costellois on fire with his 3rd consecutive 10/1+ winner !
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  22. On his day Murphy still can beat anybody. Got to final last year hence an outright punt on him. Fancy him to go on now. yeah McGill is a worry but we’re through today now.
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  23. JdsGooner90

    Gooner’s 16/1

    Will be honest i’m currently in the process of moving into first home at the moment so every penny counts right now Didn’t want to push my luck.
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  24. No, turns out it was a huge mistake. Glad I took advantage of it. ??
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  25. Fairyhouse 5.00 Time To Get Up @ 14/1 (PaddyPower) E/W
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  26. JdsGooner90

    Gooner’s 16/1

    5/5 Bank @ £91.20 Finally hit the winning run. Going to change this thread from 20/1 to 16/1 and call this one a winner , not worth risking over £90.00 on a 1/6 shot.
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  27. Thanks for sharing, followed you in at 7/4 ?
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  28. I did wonder if he was going to muck it up when he didn't serve out at the end of the second. Thankfully he came through in the tie-break. That's a few times during this tournament where he's failed to serve out sets - something to look out for in his next matches.
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  29. Steve75

    Naps - Sunday 17th April

    Fairyhouse: 4.20 Buddy Rich 100/30 @ Bet365 please Thanks.
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  30. Ffos Las. Single. 4.25.Student Chap. 4/1..... unpl Good luck all.
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  31. Loser this week, Hearts winning the game but losing the cards match-up. 18-10 and 3 pushes for a 6.177 point profit so far with an ROI of +20.25%
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  32. Well, quite a few open races with my adjusted price criteria, lets' hope I do better than the UK does in the Eurovision song contest My Trixie today is: 4.52 Sou Twentysharesofgrey 3/1 5.45 Plum Mr Yeats 7/2 6.00 Sou Down To The Kid 11/4 1 x 4 pt win Trixie = poss return of 117.38 Cover Bets 4.52 Sou Della Mare 1 pt win at 5.6, Jack Ryan 0.5 pt at 5/1 (short) and Crunchie 0.5 pts at 11/1 5.45 Plum Fred Bear 1 pt win at 5.4, Danzini 0.5 pts at 5/1 (short) and Age Of Wisdom 0.5 pts at 13/2 6.00 Sou Vaynor 1 pt win at 6.2, Foreshadow 05. pts at 5/1 (short) and Belle Of Annandale 0.5 pts at 13/2 Total stakes = 10 points
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  33. Digital 17:05 Newbury 5/2 Bet365 Amelia R (EW) 14:32 Southwell 15/2 William Hill Harbour Storm (EW) 8/1 Bet365/General Good luck once again, Kingdom For. Mythical Madness didn't go unnoticed btw, I'll count myself a bit lucky there. Hope you had a few quid on it at least, won very well.
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  34. harpours brook 1.35 joyfull kit 1.53
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  35. The one downside to betting on Australian racing is we don't get BOG and also I'm asleep when the races happen. James Reynolds drifted to over 20/1 which was made, but at least he hit the frame. What was even more annoying though was I really fancied Vanguard and he drifted so much he didn't even go off favourite for the race! Still these things can't be helped. Easter Monday sees an all jumps card at Pakenham and we have some really good action to look forward to with two feature races over hurdles and fences as horses are looking to build up fitness for the Warrnambool Festival at the start of May. Race 1 Zedstar seems the obvious place to start as he managed to finish 2nd on his first 4 hurdle starts last season and then 3rd on his following 2. He got really close to breaking his duck in a couple of those 2nds and it would be surprising if he doesn't find a race sooner rather than later. He ran well on the flat last month which is a good sign. Pueblo is the other main contender to come from last year's hurdle races and although he was well beaten in all 3 starts he did finish 3rd once and 2nd twice and he was beaten by good horses so although the margins were big enough in the context of this race I think they are strong runs. He won on the flat last month and was beaten less than 3L despite finishing last earlier this month. I think he's a good chance here. Johnny Buccaneer and Dr Dependable were 4th and 2nd at Warrnambool and there wasn't much between them that day. Dr Dependable was then 4th at Hamilton last time behind Blenheim Palace which was another decent effort. However he was 3L behind Joshua Reynolds and I think the form will be upheld here. I put Joshua Reynolds up e/w at Hamilton and I can't believe he drifted to such a big price as it was way too big based on his 2019 hurdles form where he had finished a close 2nd twice. As I mentioned last time he missed 2020 and only had the 1 flat start in February 21. I thought it was cracking run as he'd only had 3 flat starts and a couple of trials to get him ready. He will surely strip fitter here and he's got a big chance. I'm really surprised by the betting here and I can't understand why Joshua Reynolds is as big as he is and why Dr Dependable is favourite so he is the main bet. I am also covering Zedstar as I thought he was likely to be the market leader so he's over priced as well. Before seeing the prices I thought Pueblo might be the one who was over priced, but as it stands I think he's about right at 3/1. Joshua Reynolds 1pt @ 11/2 with Paddy Power, Betfair, Coral, Ladbrokes and Betfred Zedstar 0.5pts @ 6/1 with Paddy Power, Betfair, Betfred, Coral and Ladbrokes Race 2 I don't think this is a strong race on paper. Annoyingly neither hurdle trial of Blandford Lad is available to view, but he is the best flat horse of these and won a decent handicap at Flemington last month. Nothing in this could get anywhere near that level on the flat. Some of these showed useful enough form over hurdles last season. Not Usual Dream didn't have a great start over hurdles last year, but then finished 2nd twice and 3rd twice. Has had flat runs and 2 hurdles trials for fitness and he can go well. Once Were Lost showed ability over hurdles last year, but I thought his 2 steeplechase runs were better. He's had 3 trials and a flat run for fitness. Onset has run over hurdles 9 times for 2 2nds and 3 3rds. I thought her best effort was over course and distance so that bodes well. Should be fit enough after 4 flat runs and 3 trials. Of the other hurdle newcomers Zouy's Comet and Runaway Train look the most likely contenders. Again no video footage of either's hurdle trials but the former did win his latest one. What was interesting was that after his flat run last week the trainer reported to the stewards that he'd trailed well over hurdles which bodes well. He was essentially pulled up in that run, but his jockey thought there was something amiss although he was fine after the race. His previous start saw him finish a close 2nd. Runaway Trian has been running pretty well at a low level on the flat of late and has had a couple of hurdle trials leading into this. If Blandford Lad transfers his flat class to hurdles then he ought to be winning this and understandably he's pretty short so for me it is a race just to watch. Race 3 I think this winner of 1 Hurdle race could be a very hot form race and I think it looks tricky. We have Hush Writer and Blenheim Palace who have both looked good in winning maiden hurdles this season and are classy horses coming from the flat. We then have horses who have won maiden hurdles last season. Brungle Bertie wouldn't have the other two's flat class, but he did it well when winning his only hurdle start to date. Rolland Garros was poor on his hurdling debut, but he looked good on his next start and then went to Ballarat at the end of the season and was a very good 2nd. He's good enough to win this, but it was interesting that his jockey's reported he needs a heavy track after his two defeats so the ground is unlikely to be soft enough for him. My guess is that this run is being used to get his eye in ahead of Warrnambool. Sir Edwin Landseer looks the other one to have a chance of winning. He's really lost his way badly on the flat, but showed he liked hurdling last year with his first two runs over hurdles the peak of his efforts. He's trialled well over hurdles ahead of this and he should run well. I've really fancied Annunciate on both starts this season, but I can't have him winning a race like this on the back of those 2 efforts. I think there is some value in backing Blenheim Palace whose 2nd in the betting behind Hush Writer. I thought both did it well enough on debut and I wouldn't have as much between them as the betting does. It is no surprise that the opening 6/1 about him was taken. I'm also going to cover Sir Edwin Landseer as he's a huge price based on his hurdling form. I can only think they have him priced up on his flat form. Blenheim Palace 1pt @ 16/5 with Bet365 Sir Edwin Landseer 0.5pts e/w @ 25/1 with Ladbrokes and Coral Race 4 Gobstopper - Very good hurdler in 2020 winning 4 times including the Australian Hurdle at Sandown. Missed last year and has had 7 starts on the flat and had some trials this year. Not been showing a great deal on the flat and I'd rather watch for now. Saunter Boy - Won the winner of 1 hurdle on this card last year and then bolted up in the Australian Hurdle. He then continued in good for with another win over hurdles and two very good runs on the flat before disappointing in the Grand National Hurdle. He bounced back though to take the JJ Hurdle at Ballarat at the end of the season. He's had a couple starts on the flat ahead of this and has run OK in both as he looks to be building his fitness. Going to be a big player here. Eckhart - Won a couple of times last year over hurdles, but not at the same level of some of these. Been building up his fitness on the flat this year, but would need to have improved to win this. Runaway - Was well beaten in this last year and would have to step up again to do better this time around. Ran OK on the flat last month which was his first start since July. Out And Dreaming - Was 2nd in the maiden on this card last year and then went and won 3 on the bounce. He was then 20L behind Saunter Boy at Warrnambool, but the ground was very testing that day and the fact he wasn't seen again suggests there may have been an issue. Not as good as some of these on the flat, but he won a couple of races back in February. He's won a couple of hurdle trials that will have got his eye in and he has a good chance here. Tamarack - Won his first two starts over hurdles within 7 days of each other at Sale and Sandown last year, but then only beat 1 home in the JJ Hurdle. Not shown much on the flat this year, but clearly going to apricate going back over hurdles. Could be a possible improver this season. St Arnicca - This is certainly stronger than the race he won Warrnambool last month, but he did it nicely and at least has a recent run over hurdles in his favour. A good race for the feature hurdle on the card, but I do think Saunter Boy is the most likely winner so he is the main bet. I'm also going to cover Out And Dreaming who on this better ground can at least get closer to Saunter Boy. Saunter Boy 1.5pts @ 8/5 with Bet365 Out And Dreaming 0.5pts @ 4/1 with Betfred Race 5 Cracking race this and I think it will be won by one of the 3 chasing newcomers. Heberite is 2/2 over hurdles having won the last maiden hurdle of last year at Ballarat and then winning on the opening card of this season at Terang where he beat a weak field with ease. There is only video footage of his first chase trial and he jumped OK when finishing 3rd of 3. He won his last one though so his jumping could well have improved in that trial. Valac won his first two hurdles and then seemed to not stay 3900m at Sandown in the Australian Hurdle. He was spelled after that and then ran on the flat 4 times in the Autumn. He's had two steeple trails and again there is only footage of the first one, but he jumped really well in it when finishing 2nd. He won the 2nd one in a 3 second quicker time than Heberite and although its been a while since he ran in a race proper he looks like he will be fit enough for this. Budd Fox just had the two starts over hurdles last year and he won the maiden hurdle on this card in the first of them before disappointing a little when 4th at Sandown the following month. He then went back to the flat for the rest of the year running well on the whole. He's had three flat starts this year and he won a BM78 at Sandown last month and then on April 6th was 2nd in similar contest. He's clearly flying and in between those two efforts he had a steeple trial where I was really impressed with his jumping. I'm really keen on Budd Fox here as he comes here in great form and I loved his jumping in his trial. I will also have a cover bet on Valac who I would have as 2nd favourite over Heberite. It would be surprising if one of those 3 doesn't win. Budd Fox 2.5pts @ 11/8 with William Hill, Coral and Ladbrokes Valac 0.5pts @ 14/5 with Bet365 Race 6 The feature steeplechase on the card features one of the best chasers in Zed Em. He was 2nd in the Grand Annual last year having run in the two big chases at Oakbank (sadly no more) finishing 2nd both times. He's had 3 flat starts in New Zealand and one in Australia prior to a couple of steeple trials. He clearly has a chance of taking this on his way to the Grand Annual, but I think he might find this a sharp enough test and clearly he is being trained to peak next month. Riding High landed last year's Australian Chase at Sandown so he is certainly capable enough of winning a race like this. This is a very different test though and although he's been running OK on the flat this year I do think he might be better in a couple of starts time. Getting Leggie was 2nd in this 2 years ago and then went on to win the Brierly at Warrnambool although he disappointed on his other two starts that year. Last year his only run was in the Von Doussa at Oakbank and he must have picked up an injury as he only beat one home and then wasn't seen again. He's had a steeple trial and a hurdle this year but not shown a great deal and as much as he does have the ability to win this my thinking is he will need it fitness wise. This is a step up from the two races Britannicus has run in so far this season, but I thought he was pretty impressive at Warrnambool and I think this further step up in trip will suit him as well. We know he's fit and I just wonder if connections will have eyed up this race as a suitable early season target for him, because to me the others either shouldn't be good enough or are likely to have targets in the future like Zed Em for example. So for me Britannicus is a pretty confident selection. Britannicus 2.5pts @ 13/10 with Bet365
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  36. RESULTS UPDATE Very interesting results. A short-priced Trixie with only one winner and two singles winners. The net effect of all this was -2.75 (making accum = -3.64). I have made an adjustment to the required odds in respect of this bet. For the Trixie bet I need to ensure a return a minimal return of 7 points so I will endeavour to obtain close to 2/1 for the selections. For the single 1 point bets I will need a minimum price of 5/2 and for the half point price I will need a minimum price of 6/1. It is one thing to want this but quite another to achieve it. This being so I will expand the selection process to include races with up to 5 horses at prices of 9/1 or below. It should be quite easy to eliminate one horse from the longer priced selections. This is not perfect but will give scope to obtain the odds that I need to make this bet profitable in the long run MTD -56.54 and YTD -212.35
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  37. These are the 3 trainer/jockey combinations I am following for April Grant Tuer/Oliver Stammers Runs 7 - L L L L L L L A D Brown/Paula Muir Runs 2 - L L K A Ryan/Kevin Stott Runs 22 - L L L L L L W L L L L NR L L L L L NR L L L L Bets 31 - Profit 0 - Loss 240 Winning Price 4/1 NR NR Around halfway through the month never shown a profit losses getting steep. Will keep going till the end of the month then revaluate the situation. Today's Runner Newbury 5.05 Digital 3/1 Plus a couple of my own picks Newbury 4.31 Auriferous 9/2 5.40 Private Signal 5/2 Good luck all CNBB.
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  38. Some pretty decent races in france (longchamp) today, Fabre has a strong hand in many the only problem is they are usually very bad value so its wise to look for the "false" prices and punt against them, one that stuck out last night was Acer Alley who looked very smart on occasions last year and 12/1 represents good value in my opinion.
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  39. Budgie 65

    Southwell draw bias

    I've noticed the speed figures are excellent and that winners with a good speed figure at soutwell go close the next time
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  40. 540 new city run 12/1 £10. Ew nr
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  41. 3.21 newbury ringed fence 20/1 £10 e/w bet365
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  42. Newbury Double. 1.40. Manwhothinkshecan. 9/1.... unpl 2.11. The Notorious Rbg. 15/8. WD. singles & double Good luck all.
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  43. Wildgarden

    Southwell draw bias

    Draw bias feb 22 to now is for low draw to 8f if you do 10-1 or under... has higher strike rate and roi. anyone know any reason for this? are they doing the track differently.
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  44. I think tsitsi would have won even without zverev's injury but yeah always good to read inside news like czech punter posted.
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  45. Well that was a bit of a non event with not a winner between the lot of you ! We'll do it all again tomorrow.
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  46. 2 big priced winners in a row propels @Costelloto the top spot
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  47. Won. Profit £78 Monthly profit £13.75
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  48. I'll owe you a if he does as I didn't know Zverev wasn't 100%
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  49. Armed with the knowledge that Sascha isn't fully fit, I'm going back in on Tsitsipas to win the title. It was a little concerning to see him nearly throw away what should have been a routine win against Diego, but he deserves some credit for the comeback especially as Diego can be a stern test on the clay because he never gives in. It might even have done him some good to come through such a tough match. 45pts Tsitsipas to win ATP Monte Carlo @ 2.33 Betfair Exchange
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  50. Costello

    NAPS-Saturday 16th April

    Nott 7.15 Fast Medicine ' 12/1 W/H
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