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  1. 120 started, only 102 made it to the final week, 243 winning bets achieved with 89 of us having at least one winner. 36 players completed 10 weeks in profit. As usual in final week we had some massive bets which resulted in a few M A S S I V E wins, lots of losses and only 17 winners overall. The top 4 Divisions came good in the end and made an overall profit with Division 8 joining in too, and creditable efforts by the other 3 means we jointly ended up for the season. Top of the overall after an emormous final week gamble is @Marek76 followed by @1945harry, both jumping up the table with 4 figure final banks . @Procalc and @Budgie 65 keep their places amongst the top 5 having been there for several weeks and @dj.orange leaps up the table in between them with a final week big win. Well done to our top 5 overall, but creditable mention also to @silver fox and @Cuko who finished behind on £500+ banks. @Procalc managed an amazing 8 winning weeks with @Gray306 on 7 and @buga00 on 6. Here's the overall table, Divisions to follow shortly.
    8 points
  2. @PercyP @nawoo @Alastair @Data @Heisenberg68 @runadrum @Gary66 @Joelavfc @skyblues88 @imavillan please either like this post or reply if you would like to join back in
    6 points
  3. avongirl

    New Season

    Thank you for all the input, it's been really helpful. I think we all deserve a week's rest so we will restart on weekend of 17/18/19/20 March. We'll have to take a 1 week break the week after due to the unfortunate timing of the International Break, but it looks like we can then run through to end of May and have another 10 week competition. We will lose the Scottish Prem league half way in, but I can put the Championship in for a couple of weeks after that. We'll have 7 weeks of EFL and then presumably a few weekend play off matches at least. I'll add in Portuguese Primeira Liga from May.
    6 points
  4. Patent. Exeter. 3.00. Sabrina 15/8 unpl 4.10. Armchair Farmer 11/4 1st 3.35. Shallow River 10/3 unpl stk.3.50. rtn 48.50. Good luck all.
    5 points
  5. Top 3 in each Division, please can you Message me on here with your PayPal email address and I will collate and pass on to management who will arrange the payments. Also Overall Top 5 please send me your address so we can post out the PL merchandise (mug and pens) if you'd like it. To Message, either hover over my name and click the Message envelope which comes up bottom left, or click the envelope at the top of the forum page. If you're a previous winner feel free to tag it onto our last messages and just confirm if details are still the same. Give us a couple of weeks to get payments organised. Merchandise is shipped from our suppliers so may take longer - if you aren't in the UK we'll do our best to get them to you, but there are shipping restrictions from our supplier and unfortunately in some cases it might not be possible. Well done everyone. WINNERS DIV 1 @stuboy43 £75. @Xcout £50. @AdriaN92 £30. DIV 2 @Procalc £60. @Cuko £40. @APitt1988 £25. DIV 3 @dj.orange £50. @Bagzi £35. @Redno2009 £20. DIV 4 @Marek76 £40. @1945harry £30. @silver fox £20. DIV 5 @przemek £35. @Nosey-P £25. @Astleavista £15. DIV 6 @Wanderlust £30. @Tiffy £20. @BARNSLEYCHOP £10. DIV 7 @daisychain £20. @Like A Roughie £15. @Gizmo £10. DIV 8 @Budgie 65 £20. @Larkin22 £15. @Gray306 £10. TOP 5 OVERALL @Marek76 @1945harry @Budgie 65 @dj.orange @Procalc PL Mug & Pens.
    5 points
  6. Patent. 3.20. Wolv. What's the Story 4/1 unpl 3.00 Exet. American Sniper 4/1 unpl 8.00. Kemp. Teumessias Fox 9/2 1st stk 3.50. rtn 116.50. Good luck all.
    5 points
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  8. The ITV cameras bring us seven races today with four coming from the feature meeting at Sandown who have to pass a 8 AM inspection with a chilly night forecast and with the ground very much on the soft side and three from Wolverhampton where it’s Lincoln trial day. Here’s my thoughts on the seven. Wolverhampton 1.30 The days action kicks off with a ten runner 6F class handicap. Silkie Wilkie arrives in decent form having made all to win at Kempton last time and although 6lb higher will surely have his followers. Anything Billy ‘The Kid’ Loughnane rides has to be given respect and he’s on board Baldomero for Mick Appleby and The Horse Watchers and also has claims. The one I like however is bottom weight Ingra Tor trained by rookie handler Jack Channon who took over the reigns from his father Mick earlier this year and has already had 3 winners from 20 runners. He’s been gelded since last seen some 197 days ago but was a useful turf sprinter last summer who has already won on the all weather. If he’s ready to go he looks worthy of a bet. INGRA TOR 2 points win @ 6/1 Bet Victor Sandown 1.50 A decent sized field of seventeen turn up for the EBF Betfair NH Novices’ Handicap Hurdle. The race as one would expect has a very open look about it with several holding chances. On my short list is Gary Moore’s Inneston who was last seen winning over course and distance 23 days ago from Twin Powers, one of three Paul Nicholls runners in the race. Dan Skelton’s Etalon is another possible having won well at Wetherby last time and sporting a first time tongue tie here. I’m going to take a chance however on Milton Harris’ Twinjets who is better off at the weights for being beaten by Twin Powers over course and distance in February and has already won twice in soft ground so will certainly enjoy the wet terrain. There’s additional places available here so make sure you search them out. TWINJETS 1 point each way @ 10/1 Bet365 1/5th 12345 Wolverhampton 2.05 The Spreadex Sports Lincoln Trial Handicap is up next. Run over 1M 142 yards it is, as the name suggests, a trial for the big one at Doncaster next month. A field of thirteen have declared with the favourite the one I like best. Trained at Newmarket by John & Thady Gosden Unforgotten runs in the royal blue Godolphin silks and will be ridden today by one of their jockeys in James Doyle. He returned from a 659 day absence to win two handicaps at Lingfield over a mile a tad cosily, coming late and fast to mow down his opponents. The handicapper has had his say by pushing him up 8lb but that may not be enough to stop this lightly raced Exceed And Excel roan from winning again. Last year’s winner Notre Belle Bete is back to defend his title but is now 8lb higher whilst a bigger threat may well be the Mick Appleby trained War In Heaven who’s chasing a course and distance five timer. UNFORGOTTEN 2 points win @ 4/1 bet365 Sandown 2.25 A bumper field of 18 face the starter for the feature race of the day - the Betfair Imperial Cup Handicap Hurdle run over the minimum trip of two miles. Like the EBF Final the contest has a wide open look about it. Gary Moore’s Givega is a decent novice who bounced back to form when winning a novice hurdle over course and distance last time and in his first handicap is high on my short list. Ireland send two over having plundered the race last year with last year’s winning trainer Peter Fahey saddling Zoffany Bay who was a massive drifter last time at Ascot when running really well to finish runner up to the improver Irish Hill. Dan Skelton’s Playful Saint should also be considered having bolted up last time at Leicester whilst cases can be made for top weight Metier who will love the heavy ground and even Venetia William’s charge Djelo. Stakes kept small but it’s Givega for me each way with additional places. GIVEGA 1 point each way @ 8/1 Betfair Sportsbook 1/5th 12345 Wolverhampton 2.40 Eight go to post for the Spreadex Sports Lady Wulfruna Stakes, a listed contest run over 7F. A strong fancy here is the Ralph Beckett trained Angel Bleu, a smart soft ground turf performer who’s making his all weather debut for a trainer who won with 3 of his last 4 runners. Angel Bleu has kept the best company on turf running in group one company on 4 of his last 5 starts winning two of them. With no penalties for those victories he may simply outclass his seven opponents headed by last years winner Tinker Toy, who’s very in and out and Andrew Balding’s Berkshire Shadow who’s been gelded since last seen 212 days ago. From a yard in red hot form Angel Bleu will be very hard to beat if anywhere near fit enough. ANGEL BLEU 3 points win @ 3/1 William Hill Sandown 3.00 Only nine turn up for this listed mares only bumper. At the head of the market we have the easy Hereford winner Casa No Mento trained in the Cotswolds by Nigel Twiston Davies whilst there shouldn’t be much between Harry Fry’s Goodtimecrew and Paul Nicholls’ Larchmont Lass who wears a first time hood here. That may be enough to turn the tables and in a tricky contest is worth a small interest. LARCHMONT LASS 1 point win @ 11/2 bet365 Sandown 3.35 A small field of six face the starter for this 2m 4F 10 yard class 1 handicap chase and features the best bet of the day in the favourite Easy As That trained by Venetia Williams. Soft ground is a must for the improving eight year old who’s won two of his three starts over fences in splendid style rising 16lb for wins at Haydock and Newcastle. Olly Murphy saddles his dual winner this season in No Risk Des Flos and he may be the biggest threat although Brian Ellison’s Baron De Middleton shouldn’t be overlooked as he appeared to improve last time for a wind op. He may not appreciate the soft conditions however. EASY AS THAT 3 points win @ 6/4 BetVictor
    3 points
  9. Kempton 600 mellys flyer 700 khangai 800 teumessias fox 830 dreams delivered
    3 points
  10. 1st. Returns £101. Mar. + £551
    3 points
  11. We had 2 enormous wins to complete the season with @Marek76 landing a 7/1 half bank treble for a 4 figure win and @1945harry not far behind with a 12/1 smaller half bank treble. But bet of the week goes to @dj.orange with a 30/1 treble . Well done to the 17 who found a winner to complete the season. Division 1, @stuboy43 ended with a nice 11/1 treble to jump straight up to the top of the table. Division 2, top 3 hold on to their places with @Procalc keeping the top spot. Division 3, @dj.orange's super bet leap frogs him into the top spot. Division 4, what can I say! @Marek76 keeps the top spot with his 4 figure return but @1945harry and @silver fox both leap up with massive treble wins to push the others off the podium. Division 5 had a little shuffle round with @przemek taking the top spot. Division 6, no winners and no big position changing bets so top 3 stay the same with @Wanderlust clear at the top. Division 7, @daisychain has a win to leap frog over the top 3 into top spot. Division 8, @Budgie 65 keeps the top spot with @Larkin22 moving up onto the podium. Well done to the top 3 on the podium of each Division. I'll list and tag you separately regarding prizes
    3 points
  12. having a barney 2.00
    3 points
  13. dogem by design 2.50
    3 points
  14. 200 ayr miss scarlett 10/1 nap 235 ayr ultra violet 10/1 335 exe paros 25/1 410 exe armchair farmer 10/3 £1 ew acca 10.978.13 if all win
    3 points
  15. Especially since the results are all at SP
    3 points
  16. Wolverhampton. Single. 3.20. Quick Change 10/1 NR stk. 5.00 rtn 55.00 Backed it yesterday at Newcastle, hope it was only a pipe opener after 7 months off . Good luck all. Also did a 2.00. ew rtn. 28.00.
    3 points
  17. BBBC

    DAILY LUCKY 15

    Very Friday Night Dinner Shit on it!
    2 points
  18. Not so sleepy first 6 places ?
    2 points
  19. I never listen to what any trainer says really ....... let's face it they only know about their horse They don't know about the dozen other horses in the race Now if a trainer was to go through a race card and give insightful opinions about every runner I might pay more attention than if he just says 'my horse is a nice horse and must have an ew chance' or other such clichés
    2 points
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  21. won .... and drifted out to 7/1 ....... nice one ! +140.00 this month (-40.00) this year (+177.50)
    2 points
  22. Patent. 2.25.Exet.Dark Duomo 5/1 4.40. Exet. Clay 10/3 4.25.Wolv. City Escape 7/2 stk 3.50. rtn 102.16. Good luck all.
    2 points
  23. Thanks @Zilzalian - I'm actually going through my toughest patch at present with 7 losers on the spin including 3 seconds and an unseat when in the lead 3 out. Hopefully get back in the groove this weekend
    2 points
  24. BBBC

    DAILY LUCKY 15

    My selections for tomorrow. If Ayr is abandoned I’ll post replacements the morra - no bet from me till then. Prices from sky bet extra places available for ew 1330 Ayr Jessie Mac 9/1 1435 Ayr Jimmie Rabbitte 12/1 1520 Wolves Harbour Vision 16/1 2000 Kempton Sword Beach 20/1
    2 points
  25. Been keeping my eye on @The Brigadier in the SL naps table to see how he is getting on and i know from the naps table on here how difficult it is to pick the one horse out of a few options to submit. Good luck going forward fella, great performance up to now.
    2 points
  26. Well it is almost here and i thought i would start a thread so members can post general thoughts and or observations. Last year i watched quite a few stable tours mostly the usual suspects Mullins Henderson Nichols etc and was sat there my usual sarcastic self saying Bullshit, you got to be joking, your havin a larf etc when i happened across a stable tour from the beginning of the season given by Mullins My pencil began to quiver like a water diviner and notebook began screaming at me as i listened having previously listened to the pre festival podcast, It wasn't what Mullins was saying that caught my attention but what he hadn't said in the pre Cheltenham preview. In the pre season interview he mentioned a horse that had recently come into the yard from France. I clicked back to the Pre Cheltenham preview and not a mention of it so i noted it down and lo and behold the said GG was entered in the Martin Pipe handicap the favourite being you guessed it a Mullins horse Gentleman De Mee. Hey up! says i to mesen this isn't that odd is it a trainer keeping stum so i jumped on the said beast at 10/1. The horse duly obliged winning at 8/1 and Gentle De Mee 4/1f fading away and beaten 21L. That horse in that handicap was Galopin Des Champs. The moral of the story is don't believe the Bullshit and listen to what they don't say rather than soaking up what they want you to think.
    1 point
  27. As in previous years we will be running a tipsters competition for Cheltenham, Tuesday 14th to Friday 17th March. Rules: 1 selection per race throughout the competition Bets settled to £1 level stakes - WIN Only Bets settled at SP Highest accumulative total over the competition wins £100 cash (via PayPal) Runner Up wins £40 and the third place wins £20, all prizes via your PayPal account There will be a £10 prize each day for the highest profit for that day No edits allowed in selection posts Losses incurred for losers. Replacement selections for NRs can be posted but must be before the first race deadline All Bets must be posted prior to the first race each day (no exceptions) Not compulsory to enter every day or every race (so if you miss the first day or two you can still take part) Leader-board posted each evening A minimum of 14 bets is required to qualify for the total prizes Only bets on that day's thread will be included, bets posted elsewhere will not be included All welcome, good luck A separate thread will be created the evening before each day for selections to be posted in. You can find these threads in our dedicated Cheltenham Festival 2023 forum. Apologies for the confusion about moving it from the At The Races forum to the Cheltenham Festival 2023 forum!
    1 point
  28. I hope thay retire him after this my hart can’t take watching him in case of a fall my most favourite horse othe than desert orchid ?
    1 point
  29. Wolverhampton. Patent. 2.05. Notre Belle Bete 4/1 2.40. Angel Bleu 11/4 3.15. Berkshire Phantom 11/8 Good luck all.
    1 point
  30. Being a Hughie follower i have made good money out of sleepy, its getting a bit long in the tooth now but i wont be able resist a shilling or two.
    1 point
  31. small beach 8.00 ew small ew bet nothing big
    1 point
  32. S1.50 Churchills Boy e/w 8/1 William Hill S2.25 Iceo e/w 7/1 William Hill S4.10 Movethechains e/w 6/1 Bet365 Reserves W12.55 Cuban Grey 5/1 Bet365 W1.30 Inga Tor 7/2 Bet365 Good luck Percy!
    1 point
  33. Sandown 1500 Casa No Mento 3/1 bet365 Sandown 1425 Iceo each-way 8/1 betvictor Gowran Park 1620 Aint That a Shame 4/9 betfair Reserve Ayr 1705 Coniston George 11/10 hills Good luck @calva decoy
    1 point
  34. 6-00 kemp the green man 11/2 365 win only
    1 point
  35. I would like to join as I am in negative hehe so cant compete in the last 2 weeks or so. Therefore kindly do include me in the new comp.. Thanks and God bless.
    1 point
  36. Recently there seems to have been a proliferation of this kind of race - and I don't see why ??? I used to think of level weights stakes races as a bit better than handicaps but these are the bottom of the barrel. Take today's 1.50 at Southwell as an example. The bottom three in the betting are rated 42, 43, 42 and are priced at 80/1, 80/1, 125/1. They have very little chance against the favourite rated 49. Why would the trainer enter them ??? Surely these low quality horses have more chance in a 0-60 handicap - even if a few punds out of the bottom of the handicap.
    1 point
  37. You are welcome. I believe the forecast information that I receive from my data supplier is from the Racing Post. Hopefully the Cheltenham stats will provide us with some profits but as investment companies always say "past performance is no guarantee of future results" !
    1 point
  38. You post some amazing stats Mc. Thanks for that. I find them all fascinating and wish I had access to a database such as yours. As a matter of interest, which forecast do you use to gather the favourite information? I’m also following your Cheltenham stats with great interest. Thank you for all the information and for all the hard work that you put in. I hope it yields some good profits for you.
    1 point
  39. These races are actually quite predictive, in that the favourites have a very good record. Over the last 9 years the forecast favourite has won 150 from 530 with a profit of 40 points and an AE of 1.09. Those in the top 2 in the weights have recorded 141 wins from 953 with a profit of 229 points and an AE of 1.11. Those that won last time out have won 72 from 268 with a profit of 43 points and an AE of 1.10. I ofter find that these "poor" races offer good betting opportunities. Perhaps it is because there are so many no-hopers in them that improves the chances of the "better" horses. In higher class races more horses have a chance therefore they are much more competitve.
    1 point
  40. 2.10 Wolv - Restrict - £ 20 win at 9/2 bet365
    1 point
  41. Trotter

    Naps Friday march 10

    2.10 Wolv - Restrict - win at 9/2 bet365
    1 point
  42. of course I will be there for a new and hopefully better season
    1 point
  43. yes i did but small stakes only so it's not gonna change my destiny, especially since I lost the winnings on football later on in the evening lol ? Yesterday Vafaie definately had problems facing pressure, he was playing good but twice he missed a rather easy ball to win two frames (but then so did Trump otherwise Trump would have won) so I don't have the balls to take him today, may be Un-Nooh being at home is on a mission to win this?
    1 point
  44. For tomorrow I will combine these 3 matches. Tiafoe at 1.45, Dimitrov at 1.33 and Nishioka at 1.50 - making around 3. Also I think that Daniel will take a set from Berretini at 1.9 why not to even beat him at 3.30.
    1 point
  45. I just ignore Classified races.
    1 point
  46. 7.15 Newcastle - Churchill Bay 100/1 E/W@Bet365
    1 point
  47. buga00

    New Season

    Portugese League @avongirl
    1 point
  48. Skittle

    Teo's 10-to-12.5K quest

    Life is one long learning curve.......the sooner we can straighten it out, the better.
    1 point
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