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Lars

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  1. Re: PuntersLounge Fantasy Football - £20 Entry - Pot Currently £920! I'm in :ok Just remembered about wanting to enter this.
  2. Re: Royal Ascot 2014 ~ Day 4 Friday 20th Odeon (15:45) ran an absolute belter in the Dante Stakes after doing plenty from the front and although there could be issues with his temperament given how much he sweated up at York, he’s more than capable of much better and given how well that form has worked out subsequently, with the complete obviousness that he’ll improve for the step up in trip, he looks a fair bet at double figure odds today. This brother to Kite Wood (who went very close in the St.Leger when Mastery won it in 2009) has only three starts to date so is obviously open to i
  3. Re: Royal Ascot 2014 ~ Day 1 Tuesday 17th Wrote this on Sunday - small enough race to cover the field here :ok The 2014 renewal of the St. James’s Palace Stakes on the Tuesday of Royal Ascot is an extremely interesting race, even though the disappointing number of seven declarations means it’s a smaller field than you’d expect for a race of its type. That being said, there’s quality everywhere you look and certainly worth analysis. I’ll start with the more prominent runners in the market. Kingman holds firm at the top of the market and the manner in his Irish Guineas success mea
  4. Re: Royal Ascot 2014 ~ Day 3 Thursday 19th Did a Gold Cup preview with all the current 19 entries mentioned. Exciting race even though my selection isn't the most original! The Ascot Gold Cup is the premier staying-event in the United Kingdom and Ireland, held over 2m4f and has brought out some extremely popular results in the past few years. Estimate, owned by The Queen, was a much celebrated success and that horse tries to defend her crown this year. Looking further back, Yeats' four successes in four years must be classed as one of the best training achievements in recent years and has
  5. Re: Flat Racing - Saturday 11th May Not much depth to this maiden and Fantasy Justifier showed enough on debut to look like a decent sprinter and unless a debutante has plenty of ability, I’ll be very surprised to see the Ronald Harris trained runner out of the first two. He was green as grass on debut at Bath but caught my eye with a strong mid-race move that displayed that he had plenty of speed and knew his job. His effort petered out at the one-pace towards the end of the race but there was enough there to suggest he has plenty of ability and with a sprint pedigree like the one he pos
  6. I wasn't going to have a bet today as the racing is very poor but one caught my eye at Yarmouth in the 3yo Handicap. Laudation showed ability in sprint maidens and also when upped to 7f but hasn't madethe transition to handicaps successfully. However, I'm expecting better now switched to a straight track and back down in trip, heought to go well under an extremely talented young rider. Laudation has a decent sprint pedigree, related to many winners at the trip and that pedigree would suggest he would continue to improve with racing.He was sent off favourite on handicap debut 53 days ago, when
  7. Re: Flat Racing > Monday 6th May Bank Holiday Racing is very often quite poor and today is no real exception. A six runner event hardly looks ideal for a horse who can be very keen in the early parts of the race but there should be a good pace on, with two or three here who can make the running and Petaluma shaped with real promise in a much better race on seasonal reappearance at Newbury and she returns to the scene of her only win to date. Her record is hardly inspiring (1/13) but she never hardly runs a bad race and she’ll come on significantly for her seasonal reappearance, as she
  8. Re: Flat Racing - Sunday 5th May Again, some good racing from Newmarket but I think betting opportunities are limited from that meeting, with my initial fancy in Fennell Bay being tipped by Pricewise. I’ve found one selection that I feel to be incorrectly priced, and although quite short, I believe it should be a strong favourite. That horse is Sun Central, who bombed out on his last start in 2012 but had previously looked like a very progressive animal. That aforementioned run had plenty of excuses and came in a strong heat, and he’s almost certain to improve for the step up to 1m6f, s
  9. Re: Flat Racing ~ Saturday 4th May A competitive handicap for the track in the Thirsk Hunt Cup and a big prize on offer, which should ensure that most of these will be fully fit and ready to put up a big effort. Norse Blues has often promised to become a lot better than he actually has shown in reality but is in good hands now with David Barron and didn’t stand much of a chance on his latest start in the Spring Cup at Newbury considering how that race panned out for him. Back in an easier race, with Graham Gibbons on board, he looks set for a big effort. The selection won off a mark of 85
  10. Re: Daily Racing Chat Thread I'm looking forward to this horse that is "not off" that you're putting up Rio2014. I'm calling it that you're going to wait 5 minutes before the off, put up a big drifter and then claim it was being "prepped". Erhaab - Your posts are so ridiculously spread out that it's difficult to make any sense of what you're arguing, but I'll do my best to keep up. I never actually said anything of the sort, learn to read. My post said the following "Horse's/owners/trainers best interest to ride a horse out to the finish when the horse has nothing more to give an
  11. Re: Daily Racing Chat Thread Some hilarious posts on this page of the thread. Not least RIO2014 using an example from Irish Racing, not least a bumper...to generalise racing across the entire UK! Erhaab - no one has ever said Richard Hughes has never ridden a bad race but we've been through this time and again, it is not in the horse's/owners/trainers best interest to ride a horse out to the finish when the horse has nothing more to give and has no chance of making a place at best, it makes no sense to do so whatsoever. Regarding Furrows, it was blatant schooling in public but no doubt
  12. Re: The Devil...Betting and The Best Tip. To be fair though, it is a conversation that has been done to death on plenty of occasions on every racing forum going, including this one. My best tip - make sure you enjoy the form study element. Whether it's studying a certain type of race, watching a replay or going racing and watching horses in the paddock, make sure you enjoy it. If you don't, take a break or just don't bother and find a different hobby. I can't imagine a life where you're craving to get your next winner is a very healthy one. You only get one go, after all.
  13. Re: AW Wed 28th Nov 15:10 Lingfield APACHE GLORY might just have gone at the game but her performance two starts ago caught the eye, not given a tough time of things and was really placed poorly throughout, so she stood little chance of winning. Although her effort four days later was dire, that run may have come too soon (had previously needed some time between her races) and now after a month off, over a C&D she acts at, she can go well at huge odds. Had some handy form for Richard Hannon, winning off a mark of 78 in July 2011. She's just dropped significantly in the weights since t
  14. Re: Ladbrokes BOG Rule Wouldn't say it will be phased out just yet, with Corals and Stan James recently reintroducing Best Odds Guaranteed after periods without it. I would say though, that it's days are nigh anyway as I just can't imagine it to be a profitable venture at all, but who knows. Ladbrokes aren't punter-friendly at the moment anyway by what a lot of people (some of them long-term customers) are saying.
  15. Re: Hennessy Gold Cup Rumour has it that Long Run might well be having a run in this... Take that how you will...
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