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  1. As in previous years we will be running a tipsters competition for Aintree, Thursday 8th to Saturday 10th April. 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 £60 cash (via PayPal) Runner Up wins £25 and the third place wins £15, all prizes via your PayPal account No edits allowed in selection posts Losses incurred for loser
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  2. Viva La France 😄 3/3 over in France saves the day. 6/1, 5/4 & 8/13 winners. Doubled up on two of them as well. Hope some of you backed the French ones, might just start backing the French and stay clear of the UK 🤣. Will post my updated figures later on. Really frustrating with the UK info I had also. Horse was so green and blew it's chances early on in the race and was still only just touched off in 2nd. Will be one to follow next time out I think. Drifted to 7/4 as well so would have returned a nice amount on the double. Really appreciate the kind messages from ever
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  3. I don't have a % win expectancy. It's racing, so as you will know, we shouldn't expect anything. I just have to continue to have confidence in my selections and the info I receive. I used to work on a pts system but many said flat stakes were a more sensible approach and to select a stake you're comfortable with. The amount I'm comfortable with staking is £15 per selection and that is purely down to personal preference. I like to have 50pts available to me in my betting bank so would have probably gone with £20 stakes. However, I am trying to be sensible to start with and hopefully work m
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  4. 3/4 winners today so a really nice day. Just Nabunga letting down the full house.
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  5. Alot better today, with the extra selection of hundred isles it makes the total return for the day of 19.25 points for a profit of 9.75
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  6. Brian Hughes was right to avoid Aintree on Friday and took 3 wins away from Sedgefield to lead by 3 in the jockey championship with just 2 weeks to go, time is fast running out for Harry Cobden to attempt a catch up latest scores are as follows: Brian Hughes (137), Harry Skelton (135), Harry Cobden (123) and all 3 ride at Aintree for national day which confirmed as going ahead on ITV's coverage today and ride the following Brian Hughes: 1425 - Minella Dream 1615 - Snow Leopardess 1715 - Lake View Lad 1820 - Fruit N Nut Harry Skelton: 1345 - Ashtown Lad 1425 - My Dro
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  7. The three day Aintree Grand National meet starts tomorrow on good to soft (good in places) ground on both the National and Mildmay courses. There is a spattering of rain around but by the looks of it not enough to change the ground which I feel will ride just on the slow side of good throughout the three days. Certainly not a surface for real mudlarks. In race card order here’s my thoughts on tomorrow’s action:- 1.45 The Manifesto Novices’ Chase is run over 2m 4f of the Mildmay course and with officially only 10lb between the whole field it looks open enough. Fusil
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  8. 7.75 profit on the day +72.75
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  9. Win single 1005 Strasbourg Sapanoria 9/4 (now 2/1) Win single 1105 Strasbourg Dunquin 5/2 (still available) Win double 1005 Sapanoria 1105 Dunquin 9.5/1 E/W single 1350 Ayr Marown 8/1 e/w (still 8/1 4 places) Win single 1445 Newbury Chindit (NAP) 2/1 (still 2/1)
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  10. 75 points returned(+65 points profit)
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  11. I have been passed on some info from a new contact in regards to hundres isles in the 6.15 at nottingham. I have no idea how much weight the tip carries so will be putting a 0.5 win bet on at 15/2 as a small saver. Updated spend 9.5 points
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  12. First and second in both races returns 120.00, profit 100.00 this month +85.00 grr ...... watching the footy, I forgot to watch the races
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  13. I think anybody who bets at SP these days doesn't really understand betting. There are so many other options available compared to when I first started betting.
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  14. Hopefully April can be better than March was and we start with the Good Friday fixtures where I have 3 bets. Notts County v Wrexham This is the live game on BT Sport which kicks off at 12.30 and I am keen on Wrexham who look over priced. They scored some really good goals in the 3-0 victory over Bromley on Saturday and that continues their really good form where they are unbeaten in 7. Scoring goals had been their issue, but they have 17 in their last 10 so they are doing better on that front and they are playing better than their hosts. County have only managed to win twice in their
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  15. The Final Day of this year’s Festival to be run on the New course and unless the Clerk of the course decides to throw some water on the track (I wouldn’t be surprised!) then we should be looking at racing on genuinely good ground. 1.20 Gone are the days of the 30 runner Triumph Hurdles with the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle taking away a lot of the ‘lesser’ candidates but despite only 8 runners we do have a potential cracker on our hands here. Current favourite Zanahiyr has been very impressive in winning all 3 of his starts in Ireland on soft ground, with a particularly fast
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  16. It’s always an exciting day when the end of the National Hunt season overlaps with the beginning of the flat and Sunday is one such day with the Scottish National at Ayr and the Greenham meeting at Newbury overlapping, a day later than planned due to the funeral of The Duke Of Edinburgh. There’s 10 televised races on terrestrial television and here’s my thoughts on those:- Newbury 100 The two principals here are Enable’s half brother Derab, trained obviously by the father and son team of John and Thady Gosden and Snow Lantern trained by local trainer Rich
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  17. A fantastic day's racing is on the cards today. I would love to spend hours looking at many of the open races on the menu today. Unfortunately I simply don't have time to do so. in fact, for my future analysis I am going to have to cut down on the number of races I look at each day. I have my autistic son home with me this weekend so can't look closely even at a few races. This being so I will just put one up for the Scottish grand national. I am lumping on one of the Brigadier's selections (well having £2 quid on at 12.5 with Betfair for a possible profit of £22.54. Hopeful
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  18. Raise you wins ....well pleased with that result ..2/2 on day I really wasnt expecting that tbh...looked hard day to me
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  19. Two days no winners mean's my betting bank is nearly dry but not yet the only thing dry round here is me. 11.55 Bangor- On- Dee Rukwa 10/11 1.10 Thirsk Ghathanfar 9/4 6.15 Nottingham Russian Virtue 11/10 6.30 Brighton Fred 9/4 7.30 Brighton Pour La Victoire 5/1 Good luck all CNBB.
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  20. I have for a long time reported on my bank and P&L figures. From today I have decided to increase my bank by £500 to £1,000. My brought forward profit is £60.22. I will be adding this to my balance as I have earned it literally. Graham used to think that I was fiddling the books when I wanted to increase my bank to accommodate increased stakes. Hopefully, current administrators will understand that this is not the case. My stakes are related to making £20 on an even money shot and proportionately making £20 on other selections by adjusting my stakes on larger priced selections. The
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  21. £120 (8 × £15) staked over 8 bets. £165 returned. £45 profit. Current bank £1045. Had a good think today and I am going to stake £20 as my flat stake on bets. That's what I'm comfortable with so that's what I will do. When I get info however, I will possibly stake £30 on those if I am confident in them. I will state clearly next to the bets the stake. I have one info horse for tomorrow for example which I've staked £30 on as it's from my Crowley contact. Only info horses (UK & France) will have increased stakes. Hope everyone had a profitable day.
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  23. cool...... the two biggest priced ones win ! returns 123.75, profit 103.75 this month +128.75
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  24. Having gone so close to landing 4/4 on the draw yankee last week I am going to have another go on tonight's games. Again I am going to use Boreham Wood as a cornerstone for the bet. They travel to Chesterfield and given they tend to win their games 1-0 I don't think there will be much in this game at all. They are both good sides and the draw certainly stands out as value. Dagenham and Eastleigh are both struggling to score goals so that is another one which could easily end up as a draw. The big game of the night is Sutton v Torquay and Sutton are looking nervy having drawn 4 of their last 5
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  25. Well done to @Sugardaddykenwho found today's big winner, Cousin Pascal, at 66/1. To make it even more difficult for the rest of us he also selected the next biggest priced winner at 14/1 for a magnificent profit of 75 points.
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  26. Much to the relief of all on the forum, I am taking the day off today as its my birthday. Very best of luck to all that are punting today
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  27. Congratulations to the competition winner @Sugardaddyken who recorded a commendable profit of 63 points. Well done to @Soi Bongkotand @roy keanefor finishing 2nd and 3rd. Could the prize winners please PM me pay-pal details. Not much of a break before the next competition, PUNCHESTOWN on the 27th April.
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  28. Tronador wins with a drift to 22/1. I had 1pt e/w (2pts total) returning 28.4pts.
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  29. Day 2 of the Grand National meeting starts with the ground remaining on the slow side of good. Here's hoping for a better day than Day 1 !! And here's my thoughts, in race card order:- 1.45 A fiendishly hard 22 runner 2m 4f handicap hurdle to start proceedings. My shortlist comprises of top weight Wilde About Oscar, an exciting novice who’s done little wrong for the Skelton’s this season. Tronador, the only Irish horse in the race, and we know what they can do at these big festivals! And Monte Cristo who ran a blinder last time in the Coral Cup when looking booked for th
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  30. All prices Bet365: 1.45 Aintree - 1pt e/w Phoenix Way @ 28/1 I don't have a strong preference for any of those at the head of the betting here and as a result, I'm willing to take a chance on the lightly-raced Phoenix Way. Comes here a fresher horse than these having skipped Cheltenham and has shown enough to suggest he can be competitive here. Won his novice hurdle readily from the smart Third Wind and then won a 3 mile handicap on soft ground last January. Has raced over 2 miles in two chase runs - getting up late to win a decent race two starts back before having clear excuses las
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  31. The Brigadier’s Flat 2021 20 to follow EILEENDOVER 4 year old filly (Pam Sly) unraced A left field selection as she’s yet to run under flat rules. She has however run three times in National Hunt Flat Races, winning all three. By top miler Canford Cliffs and a grand daughter of Pam Sly’s 1000 Guineas 2006 winner Speciosa she has looked very special so far in winning at Huntingdon over 1m 5 1/2f by 29 lengths, Wetherby over 1m 4 1/2f by 16 lengths and a 2 mile listed mares only bumper at Market Rasen by a comfortable 6 1/2 lengths. Back in third that day was Willie Mullin’s
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  32. Apply the killer stat ....last 20 raced in same grade or were stepping up 1 or 2 grades which fits with the improving lightly raced profile ....applying this leaves 4 horses Cloth cap .....already backed nice bets Mister malarkey ...already backed nice bets ew Kimbetlite candy 12/1 Vieux lion rouge 50/1 And that's it ....vieux lion is 12 so although decent ew material I think for the win hes too old ......so I just need to have a,sizeable ew on kimberlite and that's my team ready for battle ....
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  33. Disappointingly we don’t have the opportunity to see Tiger Roll re-write the record books by attempting to win three back to back Grand Nationals - a feat never achieved before. His owners, Michael & Eddie O’Leary seem to have a bee in their Gigginstown bonnets about the handicap mark allotted to their superstar but the way he won the Cross Country Chase at Cheltenham it does seem a real shame he’s not given the opportunity to at least have a go here. The race is run over 4m 2f 74yds of the unique Aintree course and although the fences have been modified of late it still remains
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  34. Any old timers here who remember this Easter meeting at Kempton before the track was dug up for AW racing ? It used to be a big deal ........ the season started with Doncaster, then Kempton, then the Craven and Greenham meetings at Newmarket and Newbury ..... and then the Guineas Doncaster was a bit of a false start to the Flat because attention turned immediately to the Grand National and there was no significant flat racing for two weeks so by the time Kempton came around it seemed like the proper start of the Flat season At Kempton we had the Masaka and the Easter Stakes whic
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  35. Good Friday used to be a free day for horse racing which always seemed to me to be crazy as most folk are not working so would enjoy some punting action. Nowadays it’s a big day in the sun (possibly snow actually if some forecasts are to be believed) for the all-weather brigade with three sand tracks racing at Chelmsford, Newcastle and the all-weather championships at Lingfield. ITV are showcasing 10 races with 6 coming from Lingfield and here’s my thoughts in race card order of those sextet. 2.00 The marathon championships conditions stakes is run over just short of 2 miles an
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  36. Full house today as Soyouthinksoagain wins easily! All bets landing returning 28pts to end the day 21.5pts in profit.
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  37. A welcome winner after 11 losers. Now 5/30 + 3.78 LSP.
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  38. Hi all, Just thought I would do a small preview of one of the main races from this upcoming weekend following on from the big race wins on the Cheltenham tips mini-site. Hope you enjoy and I would love to see you opinions on the Lincoln this coming weekend. Lincoln Preview 2021 – Doncaster 3-10 Saturday Afternoon The Lincoln is the first major flat handicap of the season and it takes place this coming Saturday at Doncaster Racecourse. It is open to horses aged four and older. Year Horse Age
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  39. No thanks. You should post the selections on here (like the rest of us do) or it just looks like you’re using the site for spamming purposes rather than having a desire to contribute, Out of interest, what would the profit have been to level stakes, i.e. if you divided the total amount you staked equally across all the selections. I’m suspicious of the staking approach and interested to know if it added any value.
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  40. April -23 1pt level stakes win only 13.22 Str Getawaytonewbay 11/2 Won SP 17/2 13.40 Win Tanrudy 11/2 Lost 13.57 Str Romanor 9/1 Lost 16.10 Ayr Bass Rock 7/1 Won SP 17/2 Prices as of now b365 +15 April -8
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  41. If you put the mouse on the "3 hours ago" it will tell you the exact time.
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  42. Thank you @Barnes1882for your time and effort. Thank you to everyone who contributes to this forum. Whether the bets win or lose, people should respect the time and effort into predicting/evaluating/posting. It is up to each individual person to follow the bets or not and at their own risk. Much appreciated @Barnes1882. Good luck with your bets. x
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  43. Aintree 3.25 Brewinupastorm 7/1 4.40 Editeur Du Gite 17/2 Gowran Park 4.35 Roman Empire 11/10 5.35 Exuma 3/1 Taunton 4.55 Shattered Glass 3/1 Good luck all CNBB.
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  44. According to the main Trends and Stats for the National, there are 5 horses that fit the bill. I have only gone off trends which indicate over 80% or in fractions 9/11. The trends I followed were..... 9/11 past winners carried 10st 6lb- 11st 6lb 10/11 past winners had had at least 1 previous run at Aintree 10/11 past winners had at least 1 win over 3m+ 9/11 past winners had run 8 or more times over 3m+ 11/11 past winners had at least 10 runs over fences 10/11 past winners had at least 3 wins over fences 10/11 past winners had at least 7 previous run
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  45. Run Wild Fred 14/1 e/w @ William Hill I've been given this and I know it's a National but I've had 1pt e/w (2pts total). Was fancied at Cheltenham and then pulled with maybe this in mind. Passing on in good faith 😀
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  46. Another profitable day led by @Zilzalianwith a 10/1 winner. Last month's winner @Gary66has had a fantastic start to this new month, a 14/1 winner making it 5 out of 5.
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  47. 2pt win 1400 Lingfield Rainbow Dreamer 2/1 2pt win double 1435 Lingfield Indie Angel 1450 Newcastle Global Warning 9/2 2.5pt win 1645 Lingfield Khuzaam 9/4 2pt win 1535 Chelmsford Khatm 1615 Lingfield Bangkok 9/2 1.8pt win 1350 Chelmsford Sky Commander 7/4 10.3pts staked. Good luck 🐎💷 *FOOTBALL TREBLE I'VE PLACED TODAY.... 2PT WIN NORWICH WATFORD BOLTON 7/2
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  48. Just like to thank everyone involved,extremely chuffed to win a very difficult competition was on fire first two weeks then couldn’t find a winner at all ,best of luck to all always Gaz
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  49. THALER is the first one of the twenty to run today at Doncaster in the 1.55. Been backed from 4/1 in a place into 15/8. Like I say in my synopsis he can be tricky at the stalls so fingers crossed he goes in and comes out on level terms.
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  50. Snowy Burrows Declared for Thursday 25th March Snowy at Sedgefield Our lovely mare Snowy Burrows is declared for the Sean Conway Racing Jumps And Flat Mares' Handicap Hurdle at Sedgefield on Thursday 25th March. The race is a Class 5 over 2m 3f 188y and at the time of writing there are 12 runners. We are delighted to have Champion Jockey, Brian Hughes riding for us and feel this is a huge feather in 4Racing's cap and can only thank Rebecca Menzies for securing his services for us. This is the first time Snowy would have raced in a handicap and also on the ground and distance
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