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  1. Different eyes see different things 1:20 Cheltenham. watching Edwardstones previous race i can't help but think that Editeur du Gite may well have won anyway, if watched again it travelled strongly and even powered away so i am not sure Edwardstone would have reeled him in. Energumene is just one horse, never fear one horse. i have watched it closely and i am not sure this beast is anywhere near value because it does not look a natural jumper to these eyes so 12/1 Editeur Du Gite looks cracking price even for the EW backers. 2 places 1:50 Cheltenham I quite like Precious Eleanor in this race at the price of 25/1 has no weight to carry, i also wouldn't put anyone off the twisters gg Guy at around 14/1. 3:00 Cheltenham Gold Tweet has got to be considered good value at 28/1 against horses that we already know everything about, one negative is the distance so this might be a sighter from the frenchman Leenders with a view to options at the festival. 2:00 Donc TWIG must have a good squeak in what looks an open novice hurdle I always expect mistakes in these races and we will see a few in this, Twig has Hunter chase and point form so i expect less mistakes from this 12/1 shot. 315 Donc Coopers Cross hasn't done much wrong 20/1 covers the stamina doubt.
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  2. This Saturday sees the running of the Great Yorkshire Chase at Doncaster, 1st ran in 1948. This premier handicap is run over 3 miles and is open to horses aged 5 years or older. Just 12 go to post this year and the off time is 3.15. Most bookmakers offer each-way terms of 4 places which makes the race a good betting proposition. Whilst this is a class 1 race it is not a good pointer for Cheltenham. In the last 9 years no Cheltenham winners have come from this race. NOT FOR THE YOUNGSTERS I have looked at the statistics for this race and these are my key conclusions. 1. Young horses do not have a good record in this race. Horses aged less than 10 years have won 4 times from 84 attempts with a level stakes loss of 50 points. Their older competitors have won 5 times from 39 attempts and produced a profit of 88 points. 2. It is best to avoid those horses at the top of the markets. Those horses in the 1st 4 in the betting have won 2 times from 42 runs with a loss of 24 points. The remainder have a record of 7 wins from 69 runs with a profit of 74 points. 3. It is best to sidestep those horses with obvious form. Horses that have had more than 1 win in their last 6 runs have produced just 1 win from 44 attempts with a loss of 34 points. Those with 0 or 1 win have produced 8 wins from 79 attempts with a profit of £72. 4. Claiming jockeys have a poor record. They have not won any races from 28 efforts. All the winners have been ridden by experienced jockeys, generating a profit of 63 points. There are 2 horses that match these criteria. CLOTH CAP – available at 10/1 with BET365 WINDSOR AVENUE – available at 20/1 with several bookmakers. Windsor Avenue won this last year, although he has been pulled up in 4 of his 5 attempts since then. I recommend backing both of these each way 4 places · All odds accurate at the time of writing, 11.59 am 27th Jan
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  3. As long as Cheltenham passes it’s inspection we have some excellent National Hunt racing this afternoon with the ITV cameras showing 5 races from there with a further 3 coming from Doncaster. The ground at the latter will ride on the good side whilst it will race softer at Cheltenham with the official going description calling it soft. Here’s my thoughts on the eight races covered by ITV today : Cheltenham 1.20 Re-routed from the abandoned fixture at Ascot last Saturday, the Albert Bartlett Clarence House Chase now has six runners as opposed to the three that stood their ground then. It does really looks a match between Willie Mullins’ Energumene and Alan King’s Edwardstone. The latter comes here following a fall at Kempton over Christmas and preference has to be for Energumene who won last years Champion Chase and can take this and put himself spot on for the defence of his title in March. He’s too skinny to back and this really is just a race to watch. Edwardstone can chase him home. Cheltenham 1.50 A maximum turnout of seventeen for this 2m 4F 127 yards handicap chase which on paper looks wide open. Richard Hobson’s Fugitif comes here on the back of an impressive victory at Chepstow over Christmas and a 10lb rise in the weights may not be enough to stop him following up here under Gavin Sheehan. Paul Nicholls’ Il Ridoto has finished 4th in two similar handicap here this season and with another one pound drop in the weights should also be thereabouts. Several others can be given chances but I’ll stick with Fugitif each way with the extra places the bookmakers will be offering. FUGITIF 2 points each way @ 9/2 Betfred 1/5 12345 Doncaster 2.05 This 2m 128 yards grade 2 mare’s hurdle looks there for the taking for Nicky Henderson’s consistent nine year old mare Epatante. She’ll be a very short price and the 2020 Champion Hurdle winner will have no Constitution Hill to worry about having chased him home on both her starts this season at Newcastle and Kempton. She’s officially got 12lb and upwards in hand of her rivals and with good ground suiting this slick jumper should be winning all be it at prohibitive odds. Cheltenham 2.25 Six runners go to post for the Paddy Power Cotswolds Chase run over 3m 1 1/2F. The form horse is The Skelton’s Protektorat who was very impressive in the Betfair Chase back in October. Given a ten week break he can take this en route to a bold bid to improve on his third place in last year’s Gold Cup. His main danger has to be the Irish trained runner Noble Yeats who has taken his form to a new level this season winning at Aintree in good fashion last time. There’s only officially 3lb between them but my preference is for Protektorat. PROTEKTORAT 3 points win @ 13/8 bet365 Doncaster 2.40 Ten go to post for the grade 2 3M 84 yards River Don Novices’ Hurdle which has been used in the past as a stepping stone to the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. Irish raider Grand Soir is the highest rated and chasing a four timer so John C McConnell’s seven year old should be thereabouts. I like the Paul Nicholls trained Stay Away Fay who looked another good prospect from the Ditcheat stables of Paul Nicholls when winning on his hurdling debut at Newbury in November. His trainer spoke in good terms afterwards about this six year old and the step up to three miles looks certain to suit him. Lorcan Williams comes in for the ride with Harry Cobden riding at Cheltenham. STAY AWAY FAY 2 points win @ 11/4 bet365 Cheltenham 3.00 A small but select field of seven go to post for the Cleeve Hurdle run over just short of three miles. Emma Lavelle’s Paisley Park has won the last three renewals and will be very hard to beat under his usual jockey Aidan Coleman. He’s now eleven years of age but is not showing any deterioration in his form having won at Kempton over Christmas. Dashel Drasher mixes hurdling with chasing and maybe his biggest danger with Paul Nicholls’ Gelino Bello reverting to hurdles now following a heavy fall at Kempton over fences at Christmas. This is all about the favourite Paisley Park though and I fully expect him to get the four timer in this race up. PAISLEY PARK 3 points win @ 11/8 BetVictor Doncaster 3.15 The feature race of the day at the Yorkshire track is the Skybet Chase formerly known as the Great Yorkshire Chase. Twelve have declared for the handicap run over three miles. Top weight and current favourite is Jamie Snowden’s Ga Law who hasn’t been seen since November when winning the Paddy Power Gold Cup. He’s up 8lb and is trying three miles for the first time. With a slight doubt over the trip he’s opposable at his current odds. Last year’s winner Windsor Castle is back to defend his title but comes back here in no form whatsoever having pulled up on four of his five starts since. Third last year was Christian Williams’ Cap Du Nord who went on to win a valuable handicap chase at Kempton the following month and after some modest runs finds himself 2lb lower than that win here. I like the progressive Tea For Free who’s won all four of his chases in handicap company under Lily Pinchin who is in the saddle today and looks sure to give his trainer Charlie Longsdon a big run. He’s gone up 33lb for those four victories but may still have more to offer and with conditions to suit can give Pinchin her biggest win to date. TEA FOR FREE 2 points each way @ 11/2 Paddy Power 1/5 1234 Cheltenham 3.35 Eleven staying novice hurdles face the starter for this grade 2 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle run over 2m 4 1/2F. There’s many who can be fancied including Dan Skelton’s Pembroke and Paul Nicholls’ Henri The Second who both come here in fine form and it’s the latter that takes my eye. Nicholls has a fine team of novices this season and the six year old looked smart when winning the Ballymore Winter Novices’ Hurdle at Sandown in December. He’s penalised 5lb for that win but may be too good for his rivals under Harry Cobden. HENRI THE SECOND 2 points win @ 3/1 William Hill
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  4. 0.2pts e/w L15 bog Ber365 = 6pts 12.40 CH-SINGING BANJO 8/1 4P 1.50 CH-SILVER HALLMARK 16/1 5P 3.15 DON-WINDSOR AVENUE 18/1 4P 4.10 CH- CAMPOUND 20/1 5P 2pts e/w 1.50 CH- SILVER HALLMARK 16/1 BOG 5P= 4pts Total Invested 10pts P/L + 29.31
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  5. Football tomorrow so record & watch ITV racing & only 1 speculative bet . 3.15 Donc - WINDSOR AVENUE 20/1 eway bet365 ( 4 places ) 4th 28/1 bog 👍 Won this last year off 2Lb lower , has terrible recent form being pulled up 4 times & one 4th placed effort , however , will relish the fast surface Saturday compared to ground with cut where's been pulled up .
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  6. Change of tack today ...looking through some old papers I found my grandads old value system .which he used to do really well with ....so for old times sake I thought I'd honour it with a few bets 630 southwell Papa stour 5pt ew 11/1
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  7. The last race at Cheltenham this Saturday is the SSS Super Alloys Handicap Hurdle. This class 2 handicap is run over 2 miles and 179 yards and is open to horses aged 4 years or older. 16 go to post and the off time is 4.10. Several bookmakers offer each-way terms of 5 places which makes the race a good betting proposition. This is a relatively low-key event and the key protagonists are unlikely to be seen in the winner’s enclosure at the Cheltenham festival. TAKE A BREAK I have looked at the statistics for this race and these are my key conclusions. 1. Horses should ideally have a reasonable rest. There have been 31 horses that last ran less than 28 days ago and they have all lost. Those that last ran between 28 and 76 days ago have 8 wins from 45 attempts and a level stakes profit of £21. 2. Those horses in the top 3 of the betting have not performed well. They have provided just 1 win from 28 runs and a loss of 23 points. The less fancied horses have produced 7 wins from 50 runs and a profit of 11 points. 3. It is best to side with horses that have shown winning form in their last 10 runs. Those horses that have not won have a record of 0 from 12. 4. Lower weights have a better record than their heavier opponents. Horses carrying more than 10st 12lbs have won just 2 from 40 with a loss of14 points. There are 4 horses that match these criteria. PIKAR – available at 9/2 with LADBROKES. NELLS SON – available at 14/1 with BET365. HYSTERE BERE – available at 18/1 with PP. MALAKAHNA – available at 25/1 with BET365. I recommend backing these each way
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  8. The big handicap chase at Cheltenham this Saturday is the Paddy Power Podcast Handicap Chase (not the catchiest title I’ve ever seen!). This premier handicap is run over 2 miles, 4 furlongs and 127 yards. It is open to horses aged 5 years or older. 17 go to post and the off time is 1.50. Most bookmakers offer each-way terms of 5 places (William Hills 6) which makes the race a very good betting proposition. It could be worth making a note of the winner of this race. Frodon won this in 2018 before winning at the Cheltenham festival the following year. Sirrah Du Luc won this in 2019 before winning at the festival a few weeks later. DON’T WORRY ABOUT THE WEIGHT I have looked at the statistics for this race and these are my key conclusions. 1. Those horses high in the weights have a good record. Horses carrying more than 11st 6lbs have won 5 times from 25 attempts with a level stakes profit of £15. Their lighter opponents have a record of 3 wins from 62 attempts with a loss of £36. 2. Inexperienced horses have performed much better than their more experience competitors. Horses that have had more than 17 career runs have not had any successes from 29 attempts. 3. Forecast favourites have a poor record with no wins from 9 attempts. There are 2 horses that match these criteria. CARIBEAN BOY – available at 33/1 with PP (6 places). BRAVE SEASCA – available at 12/1 with WH (6 places). I recommend backing both of these each way
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  9. Simpley The Bets 1 50 Che/ £25 ew 22/1 { 1/20th of a pt staked } Bonttay { now N/R } 3 35 Che/ £ 25 ew 16/1 { 1/20th of a pt staked } Hurrican Bay 2 40 Don/ £ 25 ew 22/1 { 1/20th of a pt staked } Minella Times 12 40 Che/ £ 25 ew 28/1 { 1 20th of a pt staked } Stone Of Desteny 2 18 Lin/ 1/20th of a pt win 9/1 P/L +158.50 pt
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  10. No fireworks on the last day. In the end it was a comfortable victory for @glavintoby. Congratulations. Well done to @PercyPwho finished 2nd and @TVYwho finished 3rd. This is the first month with no prize for 4th place and guess who finished 4th !
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  11. I don't often do write ups but when i do i do it with a Carlsburg in my hand
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  13. 12.20 at Doncaster, going up in trip for the first time in a Handicap is Galahad Threepwood, consistent sort who was staying on in fourth and not beaten far last time out over two miles in a race where the 5th, 9th, 12th and 13th placed horses have all come out and won next time, solid form, took 11/4 and will see what happens on the exchanges tomorrow..............trading at 2.06 and going well when fell, not low enough for me to trade out either. 12.33 at Lingfield, it took Lordsbridge Girl 7 attempts to get off the mark, the 2nd and 4th have come out to win again so maybe a 3lb penalty wont be enough to stop her tomorrow, win and 2 places, although as ever, Jamie Spencer might!! Currently best at 9/4 and about 3.7 on the Exchanges for now and drifting.......................................................................nice to get on the board, Spencer almost cocked it up but just got there WON Bfsp of 5.51 and 2.94 in the 2Tbp market.😘 12.40 Cheltenham, Delta Work should take this and then have a nice break before winning again at the Cheltenham Festival in March, the class act of the race and he has won over the distance and his most recent race will have improved him. Around the 5/2 mark but on the Exchanges you can get 4.2 which was taken, a saver on the 13 yr old Singing Banjo who was only beaten a short head by Delta Work last time and has a huge 25lb pull in the weights, currently best at 17/2 or a drifting 17 on the exchanges, 4Tbp market..................Delta Work beaten fair and square into 3rd place. 3.00 Its Paisley Park again for me, he is 4/8 over course and distance with two places as well, he's in great form and didnt take a lot of picking really, Dashel Drasher for the place too, only once at tis sort of distance and that was over fences, didnt fair too badly either..and 2.4 for a place!. PP is around the 2.6 mark on the Exchanges...................................................stuffed 2.40 Doncaster, Paul Nicholls is not known for having big race winners at this time of the year but I think his Stay Away Fay can win the Grade 2 event. The former point winner won nicely on rules debut comfortably beating a 129 rated horse and looked a good stayer in the making, the extra half mile tomorrow should suit, currently 11/4best priced and on the Exchanges very similar at 3.8, win and 2Tbp. 3.15 Doncaster, the 600 day break hasnt stopped GA Law looking impressive in his two return races, first a third placed effort in a good race followed by winning the Paddy Power at Cheltenham, still just a 7 yr old so the 8lb rise will hopefully not be enough to stop him in this Class 1 Skybet Handicap Chase. Right now 3/1 is the best available but drifting and 4.2 on the Exchanges, 5.6 taken today and 3.2 in the 2Tbp market..................................😒 Fell at the last As always, in running lay off prices will be placed. Good luck whatever you are on tomorrow.
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  14. Congratulations glavintoby wanderlust and all the rest of the prize winners
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  15. Doncaster 12.20 - Fringill Dike 9/2 1.35 - Cormier 18/1 2.05 - Epatante 2/7 3.15 - Windsor Avenue 28/1 3.50 - Eyeofthescorpion 15/2 4.25 - Monteplex 20/1 Lingfield 1.08 - Geralt Of Rivia 5/2 Uttoxeter 1.27 - Claras Soldier 40/1 3.42 - Autonomous Cloud 3/1 Cheltenham 1.50 - Karl Philippe 10/1 4.10 - Punctuation 7/2 Kempton 5.30 - Six Oclock Swill 40/1 6.30 - Saratoga Spirit 9/1 8.00 - Cool Lightning 5/2 8.30 - Rays The One 9/1 Good luck all CNBB.
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  16. Cheltenham. Double. 1.50. Karl Phillippe 12/1 unpl 4.10. Punctuation 4/1 4th singles & double. Good luck all.
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  17. Most winners As expected @Wanderlustwins
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  18. January Report - Quite a lot of days of up a few pounds or down a few pounds nothing serious. One excellent day up £284 followed the very next day by my worse loss of £137. As usual far too many seconds. Two big priced winners missed through my own stupidity or the profit would have been better. Anyhow Sir Robin 11/2 winning last night gave me a small profit of £37.50. Onwards and upwards punters. Exeter 1.00 - Hititi - 11/2 3.20 - Sandalwood - 7/1 4.30 - Oscars Moonshine - 7/2 Leicester 3.45 - Mrs Grimley - 11/4 Kempton 6.30 - Measured Time - 5/6 Good luck all CNBB.
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  19. Just one selection ahead of Southwell's 6.30. The bumper at fos Las Endless possibility Makes his debut under rules and ran well in a maiden point to point getting into the running before fading into sixth. May not actually count for much but the winner that day was Atalanta Brave who was about to run up a sequence including yesterday easy win. Endless possibility Each way Fos las bumper
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  20. Found another qualifier ....evolicatt in 730 South.....5pt ew 5/1
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  21. Well I've seen updated versions bring used nowadays but in essence you find a horse that finished top 4 lto and take,away last o.r from today's o.r ....if result is ..0 ..-1 or -2 then you move to step 2 ....if not no bet Step 2 ..take away above races actual racing weight from today's racing weight ....if total is +7 or more you have an ew bet I think it' might be an old system that has done the rounds and he,altered it over time but ive seen other variations on it .... but he had loads of success with it and used it a lot in hcaps on lucky 15s and I know it gave him loads of ew value horses ....winners,at like 16/1 + sometimes In tonight's race I upgraded papas 5th to 4th because he started really slow last in better race than this and finished really strongly 5th so I think with better start he'd have been top 4 for certain o.r 85 that day today 83 = -2 ...then in race he's 8-13 last time ..9-7 today = +8 ....so its a bet I couldn't get my head around the step 2 it seems counter intuitive but after thinking about it I guess it means the horse is dropping in class so gets a higher racing weight so it makes sense now 🤔 So in essence you have a placed horse that has same or less o.r today and is dropping in class for today's race ....it seems logical tbh 😃
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  22. Princess Zoe Goes hurdling today and her national hunt debut will be intriguing to say the least. A Cheltenham entry is in the book so connections are aiming high here. But with no bumper prep I'll readily take her on here as this group horse and confirmed mudlark is odds on. An absolute stayer this group winning horse is an exciting recruit but is also a summer horse. Willie's Mullins own runner here has been turned over five times but at least has experience but at a big price the back in form Gordon Elliott's Jumping Jet has a decent chance here. Gordon has been way off the mark formwise lately but a win in the middle east on Friday has sparked a revival and the winners have resumed back at home. I'm no expert obviously but the modus operandi is clear, a wide margin bumper winner followed by two reasonable unspectacular maiden hurdle thirds is the schooling I look for in any runner and at double figure odds represents some value here. Punchestown 1.57 Jumping Jet Each way. 12/1 or better * I've done a little more digging and the trainer has tweeted that Princess Zoe has schooled well at the Curragh and come back sound and is "95% fit". He sounds reluctant to go hurdling but that is the plan . If She jumps well she'd demolish the field and win by a clear margin. It's just the lack of experience. So with the quality in mind I've gone for a winning distance bet as well. Princess Zoe to win by 5 + lengths at 5/4
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  23. Nice one .......... well done !
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  24. Betfair multis (free up fbs once concluded) Che dbl 1140 Jupiter de gite 1240 delta work Favs tbl Che 1320 Energumene Don 1405 epatante Che 1425 protekorat 1210 Che stage star - ballsed up bet on 888, never noticed it had changed to sp instead of current, arseholes changed it at bog time, doh. 1215 utt fazayate Dbl utt 1327 rambo t & don 1335 boothill 1350 Che Note volatus ew Brave seasca ew 1440 don stay away fay 1500 Che gelling bello itv4 b365 1550 don great d'ange 1610 Che hacker des places Got a few coral bet bundles to use so will be doing a few more and see what betfair gives me available to bet. Good luck all.
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  25. For those that like a short price runner to get your teeth into Algiers 420 Meydan is currently available at a very tasty looking 5/4 PP and or 11/10 bet365. Its last race (Meydan) produced a really big speed figure winning by and easy 6 lengths. this animal in my opinion should be 4/6-1/2
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  26. The 2.00 Wincanton looks a good Novices Hurdle. I like the look of Spartan Army with the 4 year old in receipt of weight from Matata and Celtic Art. After nicely winning a Maiden Hurdle he was thrown into a Grade 2 contest and aquitted himself quite well finishing 5th to Comfort Zone, he was badly hampered by a faller at the last when beaten but a decent effort all the same. If you were to give him a rating for that effort you would put him around the 116 mark, he gets a fair bit of weight from the two main rivals and looks to have a great shout here. The winner went on to win another Grade 2 (with that days runer up then coming 3rd in the same race) and the third came out and won a Class 2. The form has a solid look to it. Best available is arund the 2.86 mark on the exchanges...........big drift and went off at a Bfsp of 3.77 and hit a low of 1.76 in running (thanks to Matata running out.) As always an in running lay off price will be played. Good luck whateve you are on tomorrow.
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  27. After Cranbourne was called off last Friday Beneficio now runs in R4 at Pakenham tomorrow morning which is due off at 8.15am. She's not the only one from that race to run here. Here are my thoughts on the 10 runners. Grinzinger Prince - Is in drawn in 1, but that isn't ideal for him as he likes to be held up and come with a late run. Was 3 places in front of Beneficio at Geelong back in October, but his jockey said after the race that he would benefit going over a distance further than 1100m which has been backed up by his 3 runs since then. He got no luck when 7th at Moonee Valley over 1200m and was then 6th at Geelong over 1100m before finishing 3rd over 1200m here 2 weeks ago. It seems odd why they have dropped him to 1000m here as I just think he will get going way too late to win and it might even stop him from hitting the frame. Avid General - An in form 7yo who has won both starts this year which continued the good form he was in during December. The wins came at Hanging Rock and Moe and this would be a stronger race than those, but the fact he's running well could see him hit the frame. Prince Of Mercia - Has been off for 20 weeks and hasn't had a trial or a jumpout which is unusual in Australia. He has won twice 1st up, but both came on the back of a trial or a jumpout so my suspicion is he will strip fitter for the run. Often shows early speed and is drawn in 2 so could be a rival to Beneficio in making the running. La Zucca - Is another who is coming here on the back of no trial or jumpout having been off since November when she was 3rd at Sandown over 1300m. She has yet to run over this short a trip and given she has won in heavy over 1200m I get the feeling she won't be seen to her best over it. High Risk - She did well to win a BM64 over 1100m at Traralgon in November and has done well enough since with 2 3rds at Cranbourne in December and Moe a couple of weeks ago both over 1000m. She can be slow away as she was at Moe and that didn't help her cause at all. She's drawn in 10 here so I expect she will end up near the back again and it will be a case if she is able to get a run whilst not getting too far back. Place claims for me. Songaa - Hadn't shown a great deal until winning a maiden at Stoney Creek over 1000m over Christmas. Not surprisingly he was a big price as he went to Flemington on his next start in a Class 1, but he put in a really good performance to finish 2nd especially as he was held up for a run for a bit. I doubt it was the strongest race every run at Flemington as there were some big gaps for a 1000m race, but clearly comes here with a leading chance if repeating that effort. Beneficio - I was a little disappointed with her run at Benalla last time, but looking back she had to work hard to get across from her outside draw and she wasn't able to burn the candle at both ends as the jockey said afterwards. Also for some reason the jockey decided to race wide rather than on the rail which didn't help. She was blowing hard after the race as well so although she has a good 1st up record, I actually think she will come on for the run. Unlike Cranbourne last week when she had a good draw she has a poor one here in 9. Having said that there doesn't appear too much speed in this race so if she is fast away I think she can lead them. Also Pakenham's 1000m start is in a chute and they only have to take in about half of the final bend so being wide isn't as bad as it could be at some tracks. She has yet to run well over 1000m, but in theory it should suit her well. If she is at her best she should go close. Interestingly she was backed quite heavily in the market when betting first went up. Invincibilus - Won a couple over 1000m last April, but has tended to struggle since then. The fact that her regular jockey has chosen Beneficio also suggests he thinks she has a better chance than this mare. Wango Award - Wasn't a strong race that she won at Yarra Valley although the 2nd has won since. I'd be a little surprised if she was good enough to win at this level on her first start in a handicap More To See - Looks a total no hoper here. Verdict - Avid General and High Risk both have place claims, but for me the winner will be either Songaa or Beneficio. I'm hopeful my mare can hold them all off, but I do get the feeling that if Songaa can repeat his run at Flemington then he might be the one to beat. I will be spitting my stakes on both. There has been money for the favourite Grinzinger Prince on the morning of the race in Australia, but the trip is a big concern for me. Beneficio @ 7/2 with everyone Songaa @ 5/1 with everyone
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  28. Exeter. Single. 1.00. Lime Drop 15/2 unpl Nigel Twiston-Davis Treble. Patent. 2.35. Leic. Cuthbert Dibble 6/4 1st 3.55. Exet. Broadway Boy 9/4 unpl 4.30..Extet. Top of the Bill 4/1 1st Good luck all.
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  29. January prize winners @glavintoby£60 @PercyP£30 @TVY£20 @Wanderlust£20 @Alastair£30 @Budgie 65£10 If you haven't already done so, please PM with pay-pal details and adresses for merchandise. Please do not contact PL direct as this may cause confusion. ALLOW UP TO 21 DAYS FOR PAYMENT
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  30. Big thanks to MCLARKE for running the comp. Much appreciated.
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  31. Southwell. Single. 5.30. Irish Flame 8/1 unpl Good luck all.
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  32. One from the notebook runs tomorrow, note said simply 'needs further than two miles' so tomorrow Cuthbert Dibble gets his chance over 20 furlongs so lets hope for the necessary improvement, 11/4 early doors was nice to get, best right now though is 6/4 and 2.76 on Betfair. Blundered the last when he was 3rd last time so its a not a give thing that he will win. In the 2.35 race..................................................went off at a Bfsp of 2.75 and WON nicely.😘 Good luck tomorrow everyone whatever you are backing or laying.
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  33. Charles Ritz 2 50 Ffos/ £25 ew 16/1 { 1/20th of a pt staked }
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  34. New 1325 shoeshine boy Red missile ew New 1545 coolmoyne Ffos 1450 Oscar thyme Midnight ginger ew Good luck all
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  35. Newcastle 12.50 - Highfield Prince - 6/1 Limerick 3.52 - Blizzard Of Oz - 4/7 Lingfield 4.10 - William Philo - 15/4 Southwell 6.30 - Sir Robin - 7/2 Good luck all CNBB.
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  36. What’s the premise behind the system Rich?
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  37. Double. 1.40. Ffos. Georgie Girl 15/8 2nd 5.30. South. Imperial Girl 3/1 1st singles & double. Good luck all .
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  38. Looks like it will need a big winner tomorrow to topple @glavintoby
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  39. Plumpton 1.30 Hermino Aa 0.80 Plumpton 2.40 Poncho 0.91
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  40. Sedgefield. Double. 1.25. Twoshotsoftequila 9/2 unpl 3.45. Onestepatatime 4/1 1st singles & double Good luck all.
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  41. 125 sedge Twoshotstequila 8.0 7.2 Beat the edge 7.7 9/2 Good price on betfair top rated ....I'll try 10pt wins both on quiet day
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  42. Sed 1325 twoshotsoftequila Sed 1620bridge rd Said to stay away only yesterday from Ireland and what do I do? Just dont let it be Jerry Hannon on the mic for my races. Naa 1552 doyen ta win Naa 1332 fancy two and pp has mb offer so went Clonbury bridge pp Aarons day
    5 points
  43. Naas 12.57 - Ramillies 2/1 2.07 - Sinbad Le Marin 1/1 2.42 - Echoes In Rain 8/11 3.17 - Seabank Bistro 5/6 Southwell 4.10 - Shallow River 9/10 Sedgefield 4.20 - Silkstone 100/30 Good luck all CNBB.
    5 points
  44. I think you "overpaid" me. My bet was EW and not a Win bet
    5 points
  45. Cheltenham. Single. 1.50. Precious Eleanor 14/1 Good luck all.
    5 points
  46. Fader

    Cazoo Masters

    Price is not feeling great at moment. Looks to have some man flu. Here is what I'll be going for. Side note, Ross Smith at 66/1 is madness. 2pts Clayton to win Masters 12/1 paddypower ----------------------------------------------------- 1pt e.w D.Noppert to win Masters 33/1 bet365 1pt e/w R.Smith to win Masters 66/1 bet365 -------------------------------------------------------- 0.5pts e/w Dobey to win Masters 100/1 bet365 0.5pts e/w Clemens to win Masters 100/1 paddypower
    5 points
  47. Doncaster 1.35 - Full Of Light 15/2 2.05 - Hands Off 7/2 2.40 - Arclight 10/11 Huntingdon 1.55 - Twistedfirestarter 100/30 3.35 - Itchy Feet 11/1 4.10 - Little Miss Dante 6/5 Lingfield 2.20 - Vega Sicilia 7/5 3.25 - First Sight 11/8 Wolverhampton 6.45 - Jilly Cooper 3/1 8.15 - Crownthrope 12/1 Good luck all CNBB.
    5 points
  48. Win double on a couple of favourites at Chelm this evening 6.30 - Mintana 15/8 8.00 - Storm Catcher 5/6 prices wm hill Also in the 8.30 Well Prepared, 4/1 bet365 looks to have a good chance. This is a Classified Stakes for horses rated in the 40s so obviously they don't win very often but he won last time out in a similar level race and comes from a yard in top form. He's got a penalty for the win but I reckon at this level current well being and recent form is more important than a few pounds here or there
    4 points
  49. 7:30 Kempton Gauntlet - 26 - Bet365
    4 points
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