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  1. event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-25 13:10 Down Royal Deploy The Getaway 1.74 1 2022-01-25 14:50 Leicester Walk In Clover 1.57 1 2022-01-25 17:00 Southwell Blue Trail 1.52 1 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 59.58 39.58 Month bets outlay return profit 1 25 500 664.69 164.69
    7 points
  2. I dont usually give much thought to these so called "superstar" small field races, but this one is intriguing. I have had a good look through all the form and i have a little theory. here are some thoughts based on history and past experiences of these things. First thing I want to say is that Siskin is the better horse it is faster and quite a bit faster than Energumene so i would have to assume the only way it will lose is if it doesn't have a clear round but the same applies to all horses in all jumps races. Now! here's the thing we all know there is no such thing as a dead cert. So at the silly prices of the 2 outsiders its got to be worth a small stakes bet on the rfc at 583/1 and 123/1 also a scenario could pan out that the front 2 in the betting are that busy with each other that they both come unstuck and bingo for small stakes, add into this that first flow is no mug so £1 rfc first flow and Amoola gold and 3 quid on amoola gold to win, i have wasted enough fivers on rubbish to give this a go because for a fiver the returns justify it in a 4 horse race.
    7 points
  3. This dolling off of fences/hurdles due to the sun really naffs me off it turns NH racing into Hybrid NH/Flat and is as far as i am concerned wrong, the biggest problem is that it is a last minute thing so you can't even pull your bet and it changes all the race times and distances.
    7 points
  4. In a word Yes @MCLARKE is correct in part but his statement does not paint the full picture. From what I can see your ave odds are around 1.75 , now if these were the true odds then his statement would be correct but some will be true odds of <1.75 and others will be over bet odds and should be >1.75 , so finding a method that gives a reasonable estimation of what the price should be for your selections would help with the variance . I cannot understand why your backing trixies with an ave odds so low when the break even minimum is odds of 2.00 unless as @Bang on & @Wildgarden have discussed for bank retention. All your profits are from the treble coming up as @ those odds in most cases a double does not break even , I guess its some punters like regular hits to keep the interest up while others can wait a while between drinks Personally I'd either do Doubles (go to the bar more often ave 6% return for a win) Treble (more time between drinks ave 435% return for a win) IMO To find out which suits your style of punting best I'd do a Monte Carlo sim of 1 months results in excel then expand the results for an expected 12 months using the Data Table in the What-If Analysis, This will give you a good indication of what to expect. ATB VT 👍
    6 points
  5. event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-23 13:10 Warwick Saint Segal 1.3 1 2022-01-23 13:30 Thurles Gerri Colombe 1.48 1 2022-01-23 15:15 Thurles Allaho 1.4 1 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 42.55 22.55 Month bets outlay return profit 1 23 460 605.11 145.11
    6 points
  6. Nice event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-21 13:25 Haydock Jonbon 1.45 1 2022-01-21 14:00 Haydock Tommys Oscar 1.67 1 2022-01-21 17:00 Wolverhampton Zameka 1.43 1 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 51.73 31.73 Month bets outlay return profit 1 22 440 562.56 122.56
    6 points
  7. Wonder if it's written in the stars for anythingforlove at ascot, 220. Thatd be good.
    6 points
  8. Won. BSP 3.40 Monthly profit £147.07
    5 points
  9. Quite a few of interest today, but I've had an Each Way bet on, 4.10 Catt - Miracle Eagle - 8/1 Bet365 B.O.G. (1/5th 4 places) - lost Trainer Jedd O'Keefe is in excellent form (2 wins, 1 placed from just 3 runners in the last 2 weeks). Comfortably beaten at Sedgefield on Boxing Day, but that was over 2m4f, today goes over approx 2m and is slightly lower in the hcp with a good claimer on. Should mange the 1st 4 places required and in with a good chance of the win.
    5 points
  10. Maidenhead v Halifax (National League) The home side have a very good record against the top sides as they did last season and they proved that again on Tuesday night when becoming just the 2nd side to beat Chesterfield in the league this season. They were good value for the win and having beaten Halifax on the opening day of the season they are worth a play at landing the double. Gloucester v Southport (National League North) I have to oppose my side again we just aren't creating much at all and although we have been more solid at home, Southport have been creating plenty of chances of late and I think they are the toughest side that Gloucester have hosted for a while. The prices are all wrong and I would make Southport favourites. Kidderminster v York (National League North) I just get the feeling Kidderminster are running on fumes at the moment and they created very little in Tuesday night's defeat at Hereford. York on the other hand have had very little football and this will just be their 2nd league game since December 11th and their first this year. They won in the FA Trophy last week over Slough and they look value here with the fresher legs. Hungerford v Chelmsford (National League South) The home side seem to have lost their way a little and Chelmsford are still creating a fair few chances, although they do sometimes have a problem in actually putting them away. They are clearly playing well though and look a spot of value here. Morpeth v Buxton (Northern Premier) The home side did us a great turn in the Trophy last week and I fancy them again at big odds to beat Buxton who really seem to have lost their way recently. The 3-3 draw against Warrington last week was their only point in their last 5 games and as we know Morpeth are in really good form at the moment. Hopefully they can keep the momentum going. Maidenhead 1pt @ 7/2 with Skybet, BetVictor and Betfred (take up to 9/4) Southport 2pts @ 19/10 with Betfred, Betfair, Paddy Power, William Hill and Coral (take up to 5/4) York 1pt @ 17/5 with William Hill and Coral (take up to 9/4) Chelmsford 1pt @ 21/10 with William Hill (take up to 7/4) Morpeth 1pt @ 12/5 with Bet365, Betfred and Betfair (take up to 7/4) Other bets (all National League South) Eastbourne to beat Bath 1pt @ 11/5 with William Hill (take up to 7/4) Dorking to beat Ebbsfleet 1pt @ 7/4 with Betfair and Paddy Power (take up to 11/8)Hemel Hempstead to beat Tonbridge Angels 1pt @ 23/10 with William Hill (take up to 7/4)
    5 points
  11. Latest update, with a correction for a mistake early on in August: year month outlay return profit 2021 8 620 671.58 51.58 2021 9 580 573.37 -6.63 2021 10 560 756.97 196.97 2021 11 600 767.18 167.18 2021 12 560 526.09 -33.91 2022 1 480 605.11 125.11 500.30
    5 points
  12. Wolverhampton 5.30 MAJOR GATSBY 5/1 £20 win BSP
    5 points
  13. Personally, any selection I put up as a nap I will back with my own money.
    5 points
  14. Eight on ITV Saturday with the finale the clash between Shishkin and Eneregumene. Heres my thoughts:- Haydock 1.25 This grade 2 SkyBet Supreme Trial Rossington Main Novices’ Hurdle is all about the odds on favourite Jonbon. A full brother to the smart Douvan he’s unbeaten in an Irish point to point, Newbury bumper and novice hurdles at Newbury and Ascot all in emphatic style. He’s only run on good to soft ground so todays surface may well be the most taxing he’s raced on but he looks top class and it will be a shock to all at Seven Barrows if Nicky Henderson’s six year old doesn’t take this en route to taking on stable mate Constitution Hill and the Willie Mullins contingent at Cheltenham in the opener on Tuesday. He’s obviously unbackable at his current odds but I do like Scottish challenger Donny Boy trained at Kinneston by Nick Alexander. He too is un-beaten in an Irish point, bumper at Kelso and novice hurdle at Newcastle with his shrewd trainer saying some very nice things about him after his win and he can be backed in the ‘without Jonbon’ market. DONNY BOY 1 point win (without Jonbon) 7/1 William Hill Ascot 1.45 A competitive eleven runner 2m 3 1/2F handicap hurdle next up with all bar possibly the total rag Skandiburg having claims. Top weight Garry Clermont, trained by legendary trainer Jonjo O’Neill has as good a chance as any and is the selection. He’s been placed in two top handicap hurdles at the minimum trip this winter and the step up in trip looks likely to suit having won over this trip at Warwick last May. Philip Hobb’s Stellar Magic ran a blinder on his handicap debut at Haydock last month and is another for the short list whilst the Skelton’s Unexpected Party can’t be ruled out following a silver medal run at Wetherby on Boxing Day. A tough race so keep stakes small with preference just for Garry Clermont. GARRY CLERMONT 1 point win @ 7/1 Bet365 Haydock 2.00 A rather disappointing turn out here of only six for the New One Unibet Hurdle. A warm favourite is Ann Hamilton’s stable star Tommy’s Oscar who is 11lb and upwards superior to his five rivals here on official ratings. If he brings his A game he should really be winning this and complete a four timer in the process. Navajo Pass upset Bueveur D’Air in this contest last year when making all and in first time blinkers it wouldn’t be the greatest of shocks were he to attempt the same tactics under champion jockey elect Brian Hughes and looks the best outsider here although from a punting view I’m happy to watch. Ascot 2.20 Run over just short of three miles this grade 2 mares hurdle has attracted a small but select field of six this year. Western Victory has joined the Emma Lavelle stable from the Irish yard of Declan Queally for a rather cheap looking £80k and is a player here with conditions to suit. Willie Mullins sends over My Sister Sarah , an easy winner at Kempton in November but was a tad disappointing at Leopardstown over Christmas, all be it in better company. She too has an obvious chance along with Dan Skelton’s Molly Olly’s Wishes who looked good winning at Wetherby over 2m back in October but bombed out here the following month. She’s stepping up to three miles now which looks a good move as she won over this trip at Kempton a year ago on her only try at three miles. In a tight contest between the front three she may just have the call with Harry Skelton taking over from Bridget Andrews. MOLLY OLLYS WISHES 1 point win @ 9/4 Bet365 Haydock 2.35 Royal Pagaille took this race, the Peter Marsh Handicap Chase run over 3m 1 1/2F, apart last year when winning by 16L and despite being 7lb higher and having to give weight all round looks to have an outstanding chance at a track where he’s won two of his three starts and will be ridden today by stable jockey Charlie Deutsch. Remastered races off of the same handicap mark that he fell off when going well four out in the Ladbroke Handicap Chase at Newbury in November and was runner up to Enqarde in the Tommy Whittle Handicap Chase over course and distance the following month. He looked a bit pace less at the end of that contest and a bigger threat to Royal Pagaille may come from the Sandy Thomson trained Empire Steel who was going well when crashing out in the Rowland Meyrick at Wetherby on Boxing Day. He should run well but I expect class to reign here with Royal Pagaille taking this for the second year in succession for the in form trainer Venetia Williams. ROYAL PAGAILLE 2 points win @ 5/2 William Hill Ascot 2.55 A competitive class 2 2m 5F handicap chase where all eight runner have a chance of sorts. Top weight Fanion D’Estruval was an easy winner at Newbury last time out and although he has been raised 8lb that is reduced by Lucy Turners 7lb claim here. She takes over from Charlie Deutsch who’s at Haydock to ride the stables star chaser Royal Pagaille. He has every chance today. Jonjo O’Neill’s Palmers Hill has every chance also chasing a hat trick of wins the latest of which came here over a two furlong shorter trip. He has however been raised 8lb for that win. Both Amour De Nuit and Killer Clown come here on the back of wins but again both have been shunted up 7lb for their respective victories. Others also have chances but my selection is top weight Fanion D’Estruval which hopefully could top a great day for trainer Venetia Williams. FANION D’ESTRUVAL 1 point win @ 5/1 Bet365 Taunton 3.15 The 3m 4 1/2F Portman Cup, a race for chasers that haven’t won a grade 1 or 2 chase since 2020 has been won in the last two years by the Paul Nicholls 12 year old Yala Enki and if we can get Evens or just under looks a ranking good bet to win it for the third time. He comes into this in excellent form having won a handicap at Cheltenham 10 weeks ago and despite having to shoulder a 4lb penalty today is still officially 5lb superior to her nearest rival, the out of form Elegant Escape who hasn’t shown anything like his old form in his last four starts spanning over two years. The next two in the betting Full Back and Ramses De Teillee have 16lb and 11lb to find and with Yala Enki’s usual partner Bryony Frost likely to get him out in front popping away will be very hard to beat. YALA ENKI 3 points win @ 5/6 Bet365 Ascot 3.35 We’ll save the best for last! This years 2m 1F grade 1 Clarence House Chase features the first (hopefully of many) match up’s of the two best two mile chasers in training. Shishkin has only ever been beaten once under rules and that was when falling at the 2nd on his hurdles debut. He’s six from six over over fences including last years Arkle Chase and showed his well being with an emphatic victory on his re-appearance at Kempton over Christmas from this year’s Tingle Creek winner Greaneteen. His big rival today is the Willie Mullins trained Energumene who’s unbeaten in five starts over fences, impressing with his style of victory on each occasion. The latest coming when easily dispatching of his four rivals at Cork early in December. The tactics will be very interesting as Energumene appears to like to bowl along at the front of things whilst Shishkin, like so many of Nicky Henderson’s superstars, can hit a flat spot but has never been stronger than at the finish. Last years winner First Flow looks a tasty price for one that won so well then and comes here on the back of a comfortable Peterborough Chase victory in December with Amoola Gold making up the numbers and this looks a race to savour. It’s hard to split the two big guns with only officially one pound between then (in Shishkin’s favour) but at the prices l’ll just be with the Irish challenger Energumene who might just run the race out of Henderson’s superstar Shishkin. ENERGUMENE 1 point win 7/4 Bet365
    5 points
  15. 5 points
  16. Been good money for it but " I WON'T DO THAT " Willie Mullins doesn't normally being them over for a day out but MY SISTER SARAH would probably prefer a faster surface so a watching brief for me . 310 Haydock - TOKYO GETAWAY 6/1 ew bet365 .
    5 points
  17. My Trixie is: 1.10 Weth Graystone 7/4 3.15 Weth Sholojack Evens 6.30 Nc Beryl The Peril 11/4 1 x 4 pt win Trixie = poss return of 43.93 points Singles: 3.15 Weth Rosbeigh Strand 1 pt win at 9/2 6.30 Nc Oriental Lilly 1 pt win at 13/2 Total stakes = 6 points Good luck to all punting tomorrow
    4 points
  18. Wetherby 3.15 SHOLOKJACK 1/1 £20 win BSP
    4 points
  19. Time for the 2nd update for the season and the obvious place to start is with the Thurles hunter chase which saw Billaway make his seasonal debut. I wondered if he'd had a setback in the opening post and I was right to think that with Willie Mullins confirming in his Sporting Life column that the horse would need the run after having suffered a setback. When you add into the fact that he doesn't have a great first time out record then I think the run was perfectly respectable. It's not unusual for him to come off the bridle so that doesn't bother me and his jumping isn't always foot perfect either so again that wasn't a huge surprise. Once he couldn't win the race Patrick wasn't overly hard on him and just made sure that he finished 2nd. He was pushed out to 6/1 after the race which surprised me as I reckon we will see a much improved performance next time out now he has got this opening run under his belt. Winged Leader was the winner of the race and he has been cut from 20/1 into 8/1 2nd favourite for Cheltenham. It was a good front running performance and his trainer said he would be entered for Cheltenham although he thinks he might be more one for Aintree. In my first piece I rubbished his chances for Cheltenham, but regardless of the 2nd needing the run it was clearly an improved performance from his previous form. At this stage though I still don't rate him as a possible winner of this race and I would back Billaway to reverse the form as he clearly had a fitness edge over him on Sunday. Its All Guesswork and Stand Up And Fight were 3rd and 4th and are in some bookies prices, but neither look likely winners. I shall stay in Ireland and look at another Willie Mullins horse called Good Bye Sam. When I was looking through the odds I thought who on earth is this horse at 20/1 in the betting as I had never heard of him. Turns out he had a few runs in France without winning the last of which was in October 2020. Since then he has gone to the Mullins yard and on the 15th January he finished 2nd in a maiden point. Clearly someone must have asked around for a price because otherwise the bookies wouldn't have priced him up. I know he's a great trainer, but it would be some feat to even get him qualified for Cheltenham let alone for him to be a possible winner of the race. At Turtulla on January 16th Aloneamongmillions made a winning seasonal debut. He was quite high in the betting for this race last year before finishing 3rd at Down Royal and then disappointing at Naas a year ago. This was his first run since and it was good to see him get back to winning ways. He's not in the betting at the moment and I don't know if this is the target, but he ought to be in the betting. He had Er Dancer 3L back in 2nd and Killultagh Vic was well beaten in 4th. Both of those 2 are in the betting, but the latter has little chance of qualifying now. With hunter chases starting back up this side of the Irish Sea we will start to see who the leading candidates will be for the British although I doubt anything from the first two will trouble the judge at Cheltenham and that is even if they run. Hogan's Height won well at Ludlow under a good Gina Andrews ride, but his trainer didn't sound like this race was the target although if he qualified his owners might well fancy a runner at the Festival. He is 33/1 and to me that represents the sort of chance he would have. At Warwick we saw some disappointing efforts especially from Kimberlite Candy, but Reikers Island was a good winner under a superb front running ride. He has been put in at 25/1, but his trainer has said that Aintree is his target as his owner wants to ride him over the National fences. On Sunday Highway Jewel made a winning seasonal appearance at Chipley Park in a Mixed Open. It was only a 3 runner race, but her two opponents had already both won this season so she wasn't beating no hopers and they both had race fitness on their side. She made all and put the race to bed in impressive style at 3 out. Understandably she got a bit tired on the run-in, but she clocked by far the quickest time on the card despite being eased off late on. If she had won under Rules then her price would have shortened, but because it was a point she was unchanged at a general 20/1. I wouldn't mind seeing her get some more experience in a Hunter Chase pre Cheltenham, but she certainly looks in good nick at the price is a fair one. Last year's winner Porlock Bay has a hunter chase entry at Hereford on Monday and a point entry at Milborne St Andrew the day before so it looks like we might well see him in action in the next few days.
    4 points
  20. My Trixie today is: 2.50 Win Dorking Lad 9/4 3.50 Win Aucunrisquw 6/4 5.00 Km Montesecco 11/8 1 x 4 pt win Trixie = poss return of 41.05 pts Singles: 3.50 win Magistrato 1.5 pts win at 7/2 5.00 Km Grey Art 1 pt win at 7/1 Total stakes = 6.50
    4 points
  21. event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-25 13:10 Down Royal Deploy The Getaway 1.74 2022-01-25 14:50 Leicester Walk In Clover 1.57 2022-01-25 17:00 Southwell Blue Trail 1.52 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 59.58 39.58
    4 points
  22. Won. BSP 5.57 Monthly profit £ 140.03
    4 points
  23. I think you'll find its 76% down to randomness
    4 points
  24. Quite correct , 2021 Alastair was a 5 time winner with johnRobertson 2 wins ( plus a couple of close 2nds ) . With Mickyftm32, Waggy and MC constantly there or thereabouts snapping at their heels it's going to be an exciting comp this year .
    4 points
  25. Level stakes would be better for bank preservation, long term I suspect it makes no difference to the ROI whether you back in singles, doubles or trebles.
    4 points
  26. 4 points
  27. Well done and good luck Division 1. Try and repeat last season's success! @Hotspur88 @Bagzi @Gazza's United @luckypants @Craggwood @stuboy43 @Budgie 65 @Bedlam @Astleavista @Kingdom for @yossa6133 @Redphil57 @Xtc12 @fischer21 @Wivz_03
    4 points
  28. 3 winners with a profit of 5.75 points on the day. What a race the Clarence House was - I though Nico was superb on the winner. Sundays thoughts are now on line. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
    4 points
  29. BET365 4/1 offer. HAYD 2.35 Remastered 4.00
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  30. A ton of racing today. Out of the 4 very short priced favourites today I favour Shishkin in the 3.35 Ascot. This one is the class act. I won't be backing any of 'em though. My Trixie today is: 2.35 Hd Royale Paggaille 3/1 (to win again for Venetia) 3.40 Lin Umm Hurair 9/4 (up 10 lbs and in dstance, but Ryan Moore aboard) 4.05 Asc Galia Des Liteaux 11/10 (Dan Skelton's promising mare) my PL Nap today 1 x 4 pt win Trixie = poss return 55.52 points Singles: 12.35 Asc Doctor Parnassus 1 pt win at 5/1 2.20 Asc Anythingforlove 1 pt win at 6/1 (pricewise and Meatloaf, haha) 2.35 Hd Sam Brown 1 pt win 8/1 3.40 Lin Enfranchise 1 pt win at 13/2 (was hoping to get 8/1 with Bet365 but got clipped when I was about to place a bet) Total stakes 10 pts Good luck to all and Shishkin Forgot to add 1.55 Lin Keyser Soze 1 pt win at 8/1 with Hollie Doyle aboard Now 11 points stake
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  31. event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-21 13:25 Haydock Jonbon 1.45 2022-01-21 14:00 Haydock Tommys Oscar 1.67 2022-01-21 17:00 Wolverhampton Zameka 1.43 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 51.73 31.73
    4 points
  32. Its my mums birthday today she past away a good few years ago her name was Beryl and i didn't have a penny on because i backed it a few times when it first ran and it went onto my "if this a fav or is a short price list" which means the race is poor and to look for the value bet in the race. I actually backed Barrington at 14/1 this morning but i rarely do EW so wasn't much use to me but just goes to show what quirky thinking does 🤣 that list btw is quite effective and is one of my tools. Everyone should have a crap horse list in my opinion.
    3 points
  33. To be honest and to the best of my knowledge there won't be too many that would fall foul of the new ruling. It would be almost like Mission Impossible to check. I do have a copy of my own 442 and will sift through that soon, but I'm sure there won't be many, if any at all. I was thinking along the lines of what has been done above when another regular suggested it to me. I've also run it past the powers that be and it's been 'okayed'. It does apply to the Lays as well. I don't think we would lose any of your entries in the top 25 if we checked back. 😘 I'm sure you would agree that some bets like 1/500 and Lay @280 are somewhat extreme.
    3 points
  34. Why do you think the above selections are based on a different criteria ?? They are totally correct to the rules posted . By definition the vast majority of selections will be odds on , (the only 2 odds on horses today didn't qualify ) to put a price stipulation would make a nonsense of the original selection criteria. People should check the selections each day (actually you can do it yourself if you read the rules ) bet 'em or don't and if it goes tits up form a queue to say 'I told you so ' until that happens or if, enjoy spending the extra cash .
    3 points
  35. Most winners. Another winner for @Alastairputs him in an almost unassailable position.
    3 points
  36. NH selection Leicester 3.50 GOLDEN BOY GREY 100/30
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  37. Typical race planning, 3 jump meetings yesterday and no all weather, today 0 jump meetings and 3 all weather. AW selection Wolverhampton 8.00 SCARBOROUGH CASTLE 11/4
    3 points
  38. @gbettle is obviously very happy with the returns (and who wouldn't with a profit most months). Keep 'em coming. Personally I am not a fan of very short prices .. but must admit to backing these selections as a TREBLE ONLY with a moderately aggressive staking plan (1-5 pts) to make the most of the winning trebles. At just £10 per point January is almost +£750 (I personally stake a bit more)...Thanks for posting.
    3 points
  39. event_date time course selection betfair position 2022-01-24 13:00 Southwell Swiss Connection 2.32 2022-01-24 16:00 Southwell Vespasian 2.22 2022-01-24 18:30 Wolverhampton Chorus Song 2.14 Bet Total Outlay Total Return Total Profit Trixie 20.00 (4 bets of 5.00) 129.44 109.44
    3 points
  40. Xtc12

    Short Priced Favs

    1st @ 4\11 yesterday Update :
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  41. Kem 115 Excelling 11/10 2pl. Sou 400 Vespasian 4/11 2pl. Wol 530 Major Gatsby 11/10 2pl. £20 place treble @, 6.16/1 skybet.
    3 points
  42. No change to the system. You would be bonkers to be betting them as singles: 281 Wins 284.31 Expected Wins A/E 0.9884 218 Lost 499 total 56.31% SR -14.40 LSP 0.0896 Archie (499*(281-284.31)^2)/(284.31*(499-284.31)) which is a 24% chance that our result is random: https://stattrek.com/online-calculator/chi-square.aspx
    3 points
  43. Looking forward to hopefully seeing BRISTOL DE MAI who has his ground today getting back on track at Lingfield in the 3.00 or at 11 is he finished ? Don't watch much Irish Racing so will be good to see a bit of Thurles on ITV 4 with GERRI COLOMBE in the 1.30 MINELLA MELODY who's had good morning money in the 2.40 & like here in the UK only 4 turn up in the 315 with ALLAHO the star turn .
    3 points
  44. Intriguing race on the all weather 12:50 NHFlat race tomorrow. Estacas takes on Hughie Morrisons Our Jester Jt favs at 9/4 as we speak. i really think this Estacas is something special out of Galileo and a German dam trained by the excellent Andreas Wohler if it wins i think the 20/1 for the champion bumper will soon evaporate.
    3 points
  45. Again, apologies fot the tardiness of updating the table but issues with my data supplier again, I'll have to think about changing them for somebody else.
    3 points
  46. alnadam 2 35 hay 1/4 pt win 14/1 d oudaries 1 45 ascot 1/2 pt win 10/1 enfranchies 3 40 ling 1/2 pt win 9/1 arenas del tempo 3 40 ling 1/4 pt win 28/1 p/l + 116.5 pts
    3 points
  47. Man Utd (1) @ 1.91 £10 Single please
    3 points
  48. Nottingham Forest 2.0 Fulham 1.91 Huddersfield 2.37 £10 win treble.
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  49. 2nd 18/1 +£35 -£26 jan -£624 1st oct
    3 points
  50. Back to Meydan again, had 28/1 , 10/1 winners and 12/1 , 33/1(skybet) placed, last friday, so hopefully get a couple more today all each-way bets 200 - Safra / Al Moohaajim 235 - Sed Maarib / Mr Professor 345 - Lord Glitters 420 - Land Of Legends / La Barrosa 455 - Al Tariq 530 - Ajuste Fiscal / Lost Eden / Bright Start
    3 points
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