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  1. Time restricted again today and will be having some sherry later and cooking fillet steak for my wife. It is our 41st Wedding Anniversary 1.35 Worc Pencreek 1 pt win at 5/1 and 0.5 saver bet on Texard at 3/1 Back later, hopefully
    12 points
  2. I'm told that PURENESS goes well in the 5.15 Newmarket tonight for George Boughey. She's 'blueing up' but still some 5/1 around with those lucky enough to be able to bet with bet365!
    10 points
  3. Well done to @Cash Out Kevand @LeMalewho found 40/1 winner Holloway Boy. It was still not enough to take the daily prize, this goes to @Tipsterixwho selected 33/1 and 10/1 winners to take the prize and finish overall 3rd. Congratulations to @RUGwho had another profitable day to take the overall competition. Well done to @Offrampwho finishes 2nd. Could the prize winners please PM pay-pal details. See you at Goodwood !
    10 points
  4. I've rated about 6 or 7 diff races and they are all bunched up ..I.e on my master ratings I can have a top rated on 450 then the 2nd on 438 ...3rd on 425 etc ....on 4 races I rated the top 4 or 5 or 6 horses were.all within 10pts ...meaning there's no real value to warrant risking the money ....I didn't rate the plate as I don't tend to have much luck in those types of race ...they become like a,war of attrition after the 12f pole and its who lasts home better on the day so I can't be confident in the ratings ...its like 20 % guesswork and I don't like doing that ......I'm not even mega confident in the race I picked but it was better than all the others based on there's a chance hiya maite could improve considerably tomorrow so it was worth chancing it Normally I can find something but not today .....I mean there's £20000 races with 6 runners ??....just don't know what's going on ....entire meetings with 3 runners ....5 runners ...7 runners ....etc its not good I rated the 150 newc and strike red rated high but there's about 4 horses within close proximity who have a chance on old form but uncertain whether they run to form so with 7/2 on strike with 4 potential dangers it just doesn't appeal to me Factor in ground issues ..I.e form from from wolv and southwell translates well but not so much ling and kemp then the races just look messy and so open....I look for races where the top 2 or 3 are very strong and a bit ahead of rest of field with lots going in their favour then their prices are Inherently value but not tomorrow .....I've got to trust the ratings and they are saying its a crappy open day so just 1,race I guess 😒😔
    9 points
  5. 240 curr Lord dudley 8.6 7/1 ...4pt win Rough diamond 8.3 12/1 ....2pt ew Blairmayne 8.2 12/1 ....2pt ew
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  6. Newcastle 1.50 A dozen sprinters contest the opening race of ITV’s eight races today in a 6F class 2 handicap. The race has an open feel about it with Richard Fahey’s Strike Red the one that appeals. He rides the North Eastern track well winning two of his three races here and comes here on the back of a good 4th (beaten under a length)in a decent class 2 handicap at Hamilton. Only 4lb higher than his course and distance victory last September he looks the one to be with here. Michael Scudamore’s Rolfe Rembrandt and bottom weight Be Proud look dangers but Strike Red will do for me ridden today by the more than capable Oisin Orr. STRIKE RED 1 1/2 points each way @ 4/1 William Hill 1/5th 1234 Newmarket 2.05 Eleven two year old fillies have declared for the listed Maureen Brittain Memorial Empress Fillies Stakes run over 6F of the July course. George Boughey’s Believing is an interesting runner who ran runner up to the smart Mawj here on the Rowley course on her debut and landed the odds when slowly away at Wolverhampton 9 days later. She again had issues with the stalls at Royal Ascot when playing up for the Albany eventually been withdrawn. She’s smart but can we trust her at the gate? For that reason I’m with the Richard Hannnon trained Minnetonka who spread eagled her field on her racecourse debut at Salisbury a fortnight ago looking to all and sundry like a pattern performer and she’s worth a thick bet today. Ralph Beckett’s Lezoo impressed on her debut but that was at Bath, hardly a hotbed for juvenile talent whilst George Boughey’s other runner Malrescia is chasing a hat trick following wins at Hamilton and Lingfield. Minnetonka made a big impression on me at Salisbury and looks the one to be with today with Jim Crowley taking over from Pat Dobbs who’s got a full book of rides at Windsor this afternoon. MINNETONKA 3 points win @ 11/4 Coral/Ladbrokes Newcastle 2.25 A dozen sprinters assemble for the group 3 Chipchase Stakes. Glen Shiel has some fair track form (3 wins from 5 starts here) although hasn’t actually raced here since August 2020. He’s the best in at todays weights and looks likely to run a big race under usual pilot Hollie Doyle. Karl Burke’s Spycatcher is another for the shortlist dropping back to 6F and he has some good sprint form with first time cheek pieces employed today. The one I fancy though is one of the three three year olds in the field in the William Haggas trained Sense Of Duty. She was backed off the boards when winning a listed contest at Haydock last time, a race that has worked out particularly well with the runner up Flotus going on to place in the group one Commonwealth Cup and the third Benefit winning since. She has to step up again to win this group 3 contest but looks highly progressive and on her first all weather start is the one to beat. SENSE OF DUTY 2 points win @ 2/1 William Hill Newmarket 2.40 A disappointing turnout of just five and a weak race in prospect for the listed Fred Archer Stakes. Charlie Appleby sets a poser by running both Kemari, who flopped last time out at York and Rebels Romance who’s yet to run on the turf. The latter is the pick of William Buick so presumably the more fancied but I’m happy to take the pair on. I’m not a fan of Stowell for whom it appears Frankie Dettori has been jocked off by the Gosden’s and outsider Something Enticing has 15lb to find with top rated Rebels Romance. A matter of elimination leaves me with the 2020 winner Universal Order trained by David Simcock and he’s the tentative selection with Callum Shepherd in the saddle. UNIVERSAL ORDER 1 point win @ 4/1 BetVictor Newcastle 2.55 Run over just over two miles this is the Northumberland Plate Consolation handicap for horses that didn’t make it into the big one. Top weight Evaluation missed the big gig by one and tops the weight today looking the one they all have to beat. Let go by Sir Michael Stoute for just 30,000 guineas this ex Queen owned four year old has been a revelation since joining the Lanarkshire stable of Keith Dagleish winning four staying handicaps on the turf rising 22lb in the process. This son of Ascot Gold Cup winner Estimate ticks a lot of the boxes for this contest and he’s the one I want to be with. Hugo Palmer’s Zoffee is an interesting runner winning at Carlisle last time and should relish the step up two furlongs here and as a 132 rated hurdler could still be well treated off of 84 on the flat. Andrew Balding saddles a brace of runners who on their best form hold claims in Auriferous and Mellow Magic but it’s Evaluation for me with Callum Rodriquez, who’s ridden him on three of his four victories this season in the saddle. EVALUATION 2 points each way @ 13/2 William Hill 1/5th 12345 Newmarket 3.15 Next up at HQ is the group 3 7F Criterion Stakes where seven useful horses will be making their way to post. The key race here is the John Of Gaunt Stakes at Haydock from four weeks ago. Winner Pogo had Laneqash a nose back in second and Sunray Major a further half a length back in fourth. Pogo has to carry a 3lb penalty today which puts him at a disadvantage with his two rivals who both have claims today as Laneqash was having his first run for 246 days and Sunray Major met trouble in running. Both have decent chances but I’m more interested in the two three year olds here. Tom Clover’s Bass Player was 2 1/4L behind Hugo Palmers Ever Given last time out in listed company at Epsom and may struggle to turn the form around. The form has been boosted by the win of the runner up Oscula in listed company at Carlisle earlier this week and although this represents a step up in grade Ever Given is only officially 4lb off of the top rated Laneqash here and is very much an improver. Skybet and Betfred are paying a third place here despite only seven runners so if you can get on with either of those firms let’s go each way. EVER GIVEN 1 point each way @ 8/1 Betfred 1/5 123 Newcastle 3.30 The day’s big handicap is the Jenningsbet Northumberland Plate Handicap or as known by many as the Pitman’s Derby. A race I’ve always enjoyed over the years maybe not as much nowadays mind that it’s run on the all weather. Twenty have declared and as you would expect there’s an open feel about the race. Rajinsky would be on my short list with his recent Chester Cup form working out so well but stall 16 will make things difficult for him although horses have won from out there over the past including last years winner Nicholas T from stall 17. Alan King’s top stayer Trueshan heads the weights but this is a prep run for the Goodwood Cup and was beaten in this last year off of 113 (if taking his 5lb claimer’s allowance into account) and has to race off of a 7lb higher mark here and is overlooked. Andrew Balding saddles his progressive stayer Valley Forge who is another drawn out wide and has no experience of the all weather. If you like him then surely you must give a chance to the Mark and Charlie Johnstone trained Golden Flame who was beaten a head by him at Haydock in May and is now 2lb better off with his subsequent defeat put down to not staying 2m 4F at Royal Ascot. At four times the price he has to be part of the staking plan. Island Brave has had excuses for recent defeats and was third in this last year off of a 2lb higher mark so is another outsider who can outrun his odds. Sir Mark Prescott is still not really firing on all cylinders but saddles Summer’s Knight here who was highly progressive last season and has claims from a nice draw in stall 5. A tough handicap and I’ll play a couple small each way in Summers Knight and Golden Flame with the additional place terms. SUMMERS KNIGHT 1 point each way @ 18/1 William Hill 1/5th 12345 GOLDEN FLAME 1 point each way @ 25/1 BetVictor 1/5th 12345 Curragh 3.45 Aidan O’Brien has thrown a spanner into the works here by taking out all of his colts (he had 10 entered up until the 4 day declaration stage) and supplemented at a cost of 75k his Epsom Oaks winner Tuesday. A multiple winner of this race O’Brien knows what it takes to win and I’ll take her to thwart the colts. The only negative is if the ground was to turn soft as there is a band of rain threatening the track over the weekend (although the clerk of the course seems to feel it’s likely to hit Saturday evening). The big threat to Tuesday is obviously the unlucky in running Derby third Westover who will now be ridden by Colin Keane rather than Rob Hornby who had a torrid run at Epsom when getting stopped in his run from a poor draw. Unless the ground changed dramatically I feel these two will battle the finish out with preference for the fairer sex. TUESDAY 3 points win @ 11/8 bet365
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  7. 4.15 beverley calculus 33/1 £10 e/w bet365
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  8. Thin on the ground in UK but some good Group racing at Chantilly . 1230 Group 3 - EREVANN 1st 9/4 140 Group 3 - HAVANA ANGEL 5/1 ( A.Murphy ) 3rd 300 Group 1 - TOY 25/1 eway 4 places bet365 👎 .( nashwa 1st 7/4 worthy favourite but the Moore / O'Brien combo are on fire , she has awful draw to overcome . 420 Group 3 - GOLDISTYLE 7/1 eway bet365 . 👎 455 Group 3 - MARTEL 3rd 2 without prices just watching briefs .
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  9. Hexham. Double. 2.15. Major Snugfit. 2/1... 1st 2.45. Melburnian. 2/1... unpl singles & double. Good luck all.
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  10. 330 newc Rajinsky 8.9 6/1 Graphite 8.7 33/1 Island brave 8.3 20/1 OK Ted you've tempted me ....I'll try 3pt ew all 3 just for some action lol 😆
    7 points
  11. 2..55 NC nothing really stood out for me here very tricky even race imo i have had a small e/w on the Goldie trained 2nd string 40/1 shot ANNADALE. 3.30 NC unlike the above race i could have backed about 6 in this! My main bet and i really like it, should go close is 20/1 shot ISLAND BRAVE i do back a lot of horses that have run well in these big handicaps the previous year this horse ran a cracker to be 3rd a few ibs lower and a very hot Apprentice on top claiming a bit more off mmm not a 20/1 shot in my book. I also like ALRIGHT SUNSHINE e/w around 16's with any luck may go off bigger this horse ran very well at Ascot lto out seems to be running into form and i think only a matter of time before it will pick up one of these big races and looks one to follow. Ted wouldn't be Ted without a big fat juicy total outsider so it's a very small e/w play on 66/1 rag RED VERDON on old form has a squeak. 4.38 NC Class horse in the race has been off for 2 year and has changed stable but has never really done anything after a break but i just can't let this horse go unbacked at 28/1! SIRDANCEALOT. Best of Luck All
    7 points
  12. Bell shot wins .....opt it was in photo for 2nd ..jeez....has been given 3rd Approx +14.00 ...+20.00 on day actually that's wrong ....another 5 on top for the ew so around +25.00 on day ...
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  13. 315 bev Qaasid 8.7 15.5 Myrstika 8.6 3.1 These 2 are a bit clear of rest so I'll try 2pt qaasid ...5pt myr and 1pt reverse forecast
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  14. Hollie Doyle gets a plumb ride on the favourite in the French Oaks (Prix de Diane) at 3pm Chantilly Nashwa for the Gosdens finished 3rd at Epsom and probably brings the best form into the race but a lot of the hiome team are lightly raced types who we don't know much about so there could be something top class in there I like Place du Carrousel for A Fabre ......... 2nd in the St Alary on just her 4th racecourse start and just about an EW price today Chantilly 3pm - Place Du Carrousel - 12/1 EW Wm Hill
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  15. Dodgy murtagh got have small e/w 3.10 curragh urban beat 25/1 bet365
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  16. Double. 1.50.Cart. Prime time Lady. 9/4... 2nd 1.45.Win. Helvetique. 4/1... 5/1. 1st singles & double Good luck all.
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  17. Trends for the Northumberland Plate (Newcastle 3.30) Not 1st or 2nd last time, 1 fom 107. This leaves VALLEY FORGE and TRUESHAN Bottom 4 inthe weights, 0 from 31 This leaves TRUESHAN at 5/1, 6 places
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  18. It's because when I get the ratings I don't just get 1 like above ....there's class ....recent form etc all next to each other so although when I post it looks like top 2 are clear....if all the other info isn't backing that up then I'll scrub the race ...I.e it looks like this .... Horse 1 8.4 class 65 recent 70 Horse 2 8.2 class 64 recent 68 Horse 3 8.0 class 68 recent 66 Horse 4 7.8 class 70 recent 66 Horse 5 7.7 class 69 recent 69 And there's a bit more too so I look at tge screen and scratch my head thinking what the hell so you can see above its at least a 5 Horse race if not more so although the first column looks OK....the whole picture looks crap from a value perspective ...whereas Horse 1 9.0 class 75 recent 90 Horse 2 8.7 class 73 recent 88 Horse 3 8.6class 65 recent 65 Horse 4 8.4 class 61 recent 77 Now that looks more like it !!!... if I can get 7/2 on top rated and say 10/1 ew on 2nd rated then I'd say that seems like a good bet considering ....so its not just 1 thing it's a compete package
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  19. Cartmel's opener this afternoon sees Grageelagh Girl look to right the wrong of the last hunter chase of the season. I'm sure you all remember the weight cloth coming off after the last fence and thus she had to be disqualified. She would have won anyway and I did say in the race review that it wouldn't surprise me if her trainer decided to take advantage of the handicap mark. I also mentioned I didn't think the handicapper could touch the mark given the mark of the 2nd and that is exactly what has happened. She goes back over hurdles tomorrow and she has good hurdles form. She last ran over them at Bangor in 2020 and finished a close 3rd off 108 so even on that run the mark of 102 in a lower grade makes her look well handicapped. She's clearly in very good form at the moment and I think the drop in trip will help as I was worried she wouldn't stay in the final hunter chase of the season. She was entered at Newton Abbot earlier in the week, but I suspect Fergal has chosen this race as his daughter can take the ride against fellow amateur riders again. She's been entered over fences next week so a quick follow up wouldn't be a shock either. This is a very weak contest and I can only really make a case for the two horses who won the 2 divisions of a handicap hurdle over course and distance last month. Dan Gun has only gone up 3lbs but he wasn't quite as impressive as On We Go who has been in great form for her new yard. She's gone up 9lbs, but I still think there could be more to come and she is the biggest danger for me. I will probably end up having a saver on her given I think she might drift as I suspect Grageelagh Girl will be well backed. Sometimes you see something surprising in a race like this, but I'd be a bit surprised if that happened here given the strong claims of those two. Grageelagh Girl @ 7/2 with Bet365 In the 2nd race I am also going to have a small e/w bet on Watch Law. Now the Irish horses at the head of the market might just be too good for him, but I have watched his last point run and I think he has a fair bit of ability. He jumped pretty terribly for most of the race and was still only just beaten. He clearly has an engine as they pulled a long way clear of the others. Hopefully he can jump hurdles better because if he does I think he might be capable of out running his odds at the very least. Watch Law ew @ 20/1 with Bet365 In the 3.40 I think Post No Bills is worth backing e/w. His pointing form suggests that his handicap mark is one he could well win off and he makes his chasing debut in a pretty poor race this afternoon. He put his best run yet over hurdles last time at Fakenham and I think he can improve again for going over fences. Bookies are going 4 places and I would be a bit surprised if he didn't finish in the first 4 at least. Darius Des Sources is a danger as a wind op seems to have helped him based on his last two efforts and the Perth 3rd last time was his best run in ages. The main danger though is the favourite Mah Mate Bob who ran really well here last time when 2nd in a race he won last season. He's still 11lbs below that winning mark and down into Class 5 company he surely will go close again. Post No Bills ew @ 13/2 with Bet365
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  20. On lotty picking horses 💰
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  21. MCLARKE

    racing chat tuesday

    @LEE-GRAYSpicks some cracking longshots, his selection in the £20 daily challenge has just won at 50/1 !
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  22. I just enjoy rating and having a go ....but there's a lot of strength on this forum....lots of knowledgeable people coming at races from different angles ......I'm still kicking myself about Ted's rohaan....after he pointed it out you could see the potential and I shoukd have put a saver on it .....but you know coming on the forum you can see big races from diff angles and make an informed choice yourself and that's where the strength of the forum lies .....I think its great and I really enjoy reading everyone's thoughts
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  23. Tim Easterby has a big team at Ponte today i fancy 2 of them e/w singles ans e/w double 4.15 BOLLIN MARGARET 14/1 6.45 GOLDEN APOLLO 12/1
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  24. Taken the PL lounge tips for some fun bets this am 2.45 Hex Melburnian 11/4 5.45 Pont Fishable 7/2 6.15 Pont Exminster 10/3 1 x 0.5 win Trixie = poss return 62.86 5.15 Pont Kaizer 7/1 and 6.45 Pont Corinthia Knight 4/1 = 2 x 0.5 win bets and a 0.5 EW double with poss return 22.86 4 points staked Poss back later with some of my own selections --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.00 Worc Ashoka 4/1 (1 pt win at 5.4) 2.15 Hex Major Snugfit 5/2 (2 pt win at 3.8) 4.35 Worc Stumps Or Slips 7/1 (1 pt win at 7/1) 5.07 Worc Mcphersopn 11/2 (1 pt win at 11/2 6 x .20 dbles & 4 x 0.2 trebles 2.0 stakes poss 38.55 doubles & 139.15 Trebles Total stakes now 11 pts 1 pt win on Exminster at 10.0 (big drifter) 6.15 Ponte
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  25. Many thanks to @MCLARKEwho runs this. It is very hard to run these competitions. Well done as well to @RUGand the other winners.
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  26. Hi all, payments were sent last night, they will show as coming from TAG Media who are the managment team. Any problems let me know. I see the Prem League fixtures were released this week for beginning of August so we should be back for then. I'll probably break it up a bit differently due to the World Cup, my thinking at the moment is to do 3 x 10-week seasons rather than squeezing in more shorter ones, which allows a bit of leeway to take a slight break between. Enjoy the Summer break!
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  27. I would think there is some good each way value at Newcastle with up to 7 places offered.
    5 points
  28. Struggling to find any value,at all ...racing really needs to sort itself out or punters will migrate away .....bunched ratings...short prices ....I'll just try 1 race 7.00 donc Hiya maite 8.5 7/2 Pockley 8.2 10/1 Tricky race so I'll just try 4pt wins both and hope for a bit of luck
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  29. summers knight 1/5 pt ew 18/1 exrta places in places 7 PLACED EW pogo 3 15 new 1/4 pt win 8/1 WON graphite 3 30 new 1/5 pt ew 40/1 UNPLACED midrarr 1 15 new 1/4 pt win 12/1 2ND P/L + 129.25 pt
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  30. I'll start off by saying this may well be of no interest to anyone other than me and I'm not sure if this is the best place to post it (it's not really "chat or banter" and isn't specific to a single league so it doesn't seem to fit in the footy section) but here's my thoughts on some stats I've been looking at across the "big 5" leagues. Average goals per league fairly steady at 2.81 compared to 2.8 last season. Some ups and downs in the various leagues but nothing likely to be significant. Penalties scored down from 553 to 471 (10.8% of all goals to 9.2%). I assume that's down to less being awarded rather than poorer conversion but I'll look for the pens awarded numbers. Maybe things are settling down VAR wise. Own goals fairly steady, up from 155 to 161 or 3.03% to 3.14%. Goals scored by subs up from 666 to 707 or 13.02% to 13.77%. Across the 2 seasons it's only been 9.16% in the Premier League (3 subs max) as opposed to 14.49% in the other 4 leagues (5 subs max). So we can expect an increase in England next season when the 5 sub rule is adopted. Obviously relevant to anytime goalscorer betting in terms of less goals being scored by the starting 11 when the number of subs is increased. The % of goals that had an assist was up from 66.8% to 68.2%, largely down to less penalties being scored. If you exclude own goals and penalties the % of "assisted" goals is fairly steady at 77.8% from 77.6%. So an average of 2.81 goals per games but only 1.92 assists. I have a strong feeling that most punters don't appreciate that gulf which makes the anytime assists market even more profitable for the bookies that the anytime goalscorer. I'm still tilting at backing in the goalscorer market (we'll see how that goes next season) but am also happily a seller at bigger prices. I've learnt my lesson with regard to assists though. Never a buyer or a backer be! Will probably look at the bookings related stats next.
    5 points
  31. winner +£510 +£348 june +£1232
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  32. Myrstika won cosily...small profit around 6.00
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  33. 2 picks for Wimbledon qualifying matches tomorrow: KUBLER-4 GAMES HANDICAP OVER TIRANTE @ 1.75 pinnacle Kubler has 33-10 record this year, and winning 14 out of his last 16 matches, and he is playing a clay court specialist. GRENIER-BARRANCO 2:0 sets @ 1.5 (several bookies) Grenier has good serve and a good game for grass, in general, playing vs another clay court specialist (Barranco).
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  34. Katerina Siniakova (+1.5 sets) to beat Simona Halep at 2.41 with Pinnacle Something just isn't clicking with Halep, she's good in patches and bad in patches, and she had a very disappointing Sunday when she lost against Haddad Maia. If she's still in a bit of a slump, Siniakova can certainly steal a set, as she did against Andreescu last time out. Given the odds, I much prefer the set handicap over the games handicap, as Siniakova can produce a meltdown in the decider.
    5 points
  35. I've always done ok backing them my way ....I can understand the critics as you can argue only 1 can win but I see it as if the winner is in my top 6 rated then I increase my chances of finding it to 50 % if I back 3 and it gives you a bit of insurance that if one of your horses gets stuck in stalls or runs like a donkey ...at least you've still got a chance and it just seems to make the big races especially more fun 😀 But there are more than 1 person who backed my selections at ascot ew and had multiple returns ....I wasn't keeping track but I'm told in some races top 4 horses all finished top 6 so they got multiple returns so sometimes that might be a better way to bet .....for me I'm realising forecasts are very rare so I'm not a fan tbh ....its more likely looking atvmy results that I'll get the winner of 2 separate races so I think ew doubles is a far more likely winning bet as opposed to a forecast so I think I'll go with that as a shot at a better prize in future ..........tricasts are cheap and ill still try them in big races as a shot at huge prize ...only need to fluke it once or twice a season and your profits go through the roof But I've got to say I've thoroughly enjoyed ascot this year .. .goid weather ...some very very classy races ...lots of drama ....races were very difficult to race tbh ...probably some of the hardest I've rated but thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless.....back to normal now though so I'll have a few days rest then have at it when a good race comes along 😀
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  36. However ITV are showing all the races at Pontefract which is good. BET365 4/1 offer selections :- PONT 3.45 Dee See Are (6) 8/1 PONT 4.15 Mackenzie Rose (11) 6/1 PONT 5.15 Twilight Prince (2) 5/1 PONT 6.15 Aguaplano (6) 10/1
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  37. 3.00 chantilly daisy maisy 25/1 elw 3.00 nadette 16/1 e/w 3.00 babel’s 25/1 e/w £1 e/w
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  38. Congratulations all prize winners. Thanks to Mclarke for the hard work with the admin.
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  39. CzechPunter

    Wimbledon 2022

    As always, good luck to everyone getting involved! Mai Hontama to beat Clara Tauson at 2.60 with Unibet Tauson didn't play any preparatory tournaments on grass, while Hontama had a good run in the qualifiers and is generally a tricky player to play against. A good friend of mine from the Czech Republic also saw her play in the qualifiers and said she was moving really well etc., so I suppose she's worth a shot at odds against. On ranking alone, Tauson would be an even bigger fav, so chances are that the bookies are sensing an upset here as well. Jan-Lennard Struff (+2.5 sets) to beat Carlos Alcaraz at 1.64 with Unibet Alcaraz is a big unknown on grass, and his performances in the exhibition events suggest that he might not even be fully fit. Struff has been pretty poor lately, too, but he tends to be decent against big names and his serve can do the job here on its own, too. I think he'll raise his game for the occasion, and I think that he'll be able to steal a set off Alcaraza way more often than not. Martina Trevisan to beat Elisabetta Cocciaretto at 1.62 with Unibet Both players feel much better on clay, of course, but Trevisan had a great run in the French Open and she also actually played on grass, unlike Cocciaretto. Considering that I also rate her as the better player of the two overall, it all combines for a bet for me here. Yanina Wickmayer to beat Lin Zhu 1.67 with Unibet Zhu has been absolutely tragic recently, while Wickmayer seems energized after her comeback. Dominik Koepfer to beat Daniel Elahi Galan at 1.68 with Pinnacle Not confident at all about Galan's chances of grass, he didn't bother to prepare much by the looks of things. Koepfer isn't too impressive, either, but at least he's more proficient on hard courts etc. Lorenzo Sonego to beat Denis Kudla at 1.86 with Pinnacle Over the longer format, I much prefer Sonego's composure, even despite his recent loss against Kudla.
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  40. English Raiders at The Curragh 1435 - Listed 1m 8 - The Acropolis R Moore / A P O'Brien 1505 - Railway Stakes (G2) 3 - Blackbeard R Moore / A P O'Brien 1545 - Irish Derby (G1) 5 - Lionel J Spencer / D Menuisier 8 - Tuesday R Moore / A P O'Brien 1620 - International Stakes (G3) 6 - Aikhal R Moore / A P O'Brien
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  41. Sods law, Tangled never really put in race despite being lower in the weights than it has won from. Smiling Sunflower - won 4/1 ... at least I had a single after the 1st one went down.
    4 points
  42. Won. £144 profit. Have finally stopped the rot.
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  43. Despina Papamichail (+4.5) to beat Natalija Stevanovic at 1.83 with Pinnacle I'm not quite sure why Papamichail isn't getting any credit for her big win over Lys, she's constantly underrated by the bookies, but she's had some decent results recently. Stevanovic had a good win in the first round, but +4.5 looks off to me.
    4 points
  44. the menstone gem 2 45 bev 1/5 pt ew 33/1
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  45. Many thanks for taking a peak. Well done to @LEE-GRAYSand @richard-westwoodfor providing PL members with winners today
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  46. A few words about Garbine for anyone of a mind to back her anytime soon - tread carefully. Conditions are a little tricky in Eastbourne right now due to wind, but even so the unforced error count from her is too high and shows why she's been losing so often recently. If you can't keep the ball in the court then literally anyone can beat you, and a quick look at Garbine's record this season shows that's exactly what's been happening.
    4 points
  47. Constant Lestienne to beat Marius Copil at 2.15 with Unibet I think Constant seems to have himself a good opportunity here. Marius is well past his prime.
    4 points
  48. Well done to the 2 winners and good luck for the final
    4 points
  49. Hexham 2.15 Major Snugfit 2/1 - Won 5/2 Good luck all CNBB.
    4 points
  50. RESULTS UPDATE I got 3 winners but not all in the same 4 race selections. I had loads of placed winning bets, one where all 4 were placed. The returns were derisory. I made 0.68 profit. In future I will not back these each way and instead place them as win bets for double the stakes. I may have a small interest in ew 4 folds and 5 folds. Overall I made a profit of 1.35 pts. My MTD is -77.14 and YTD -235.29. I did do better today with my selections
    4 points
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