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  1. Sporting Life - new look

    yeah thats right. Our is ok and i don't scrolling so much but it doesn't include the NR's. I use it for the comps more than anything Paul so maybe not needed by the majority.
  2. KO Cup Final - Sat 2pm Deadline

    @Boulder5111 Cheers mate,  I'm in Southport now mate, on the Merseyside!! Glad i'm out of Leicester, hope they go down for what they have done to CR!
  3. Monthly Naps - Sunday Feb 26th

    Sir Antony Browne 3.30 Fontwell 6/5 Bet365/Sky
  4. KO Cup Final - Sat 2pm Deadline

    Thank mate, long time since I won this comp!
  5. KO Cup Final - Sat 2pm Deadline

    Good luck, this means i have to watch the Irish racing today
  6. Sporting Life - new look

    The Life is now useless as it stands. Supposed to be adding Stats, ABC Guide, Video form later but really it should not have been dished out like it is. I would like a page on the results section that has all of them on one page in brief, (just 123, prices, NR's etc..) The RP used to have this but now its three times the size and very hard to look at. Timeform do a decent job here:
  7. Latest Tables - February

    Feb 24 Top punters in good form today  
  8. KO Cup Final - Sat 2pm Deadline

    230 C: Rock The Kasbah 7/4 Betfair 135 N: Testify 7/4 Hills 415 C: Bright New Dawn 4/1 Bet365 res 315 L: Mutakayyef 11/8 Boyles 150 K: Charlie Parcs 8/13 Betfair 335 K: Three Musketeers 8/1 Betfred   Good luck mate  
  9. Monthly Naps Comp, Saturday 25th Feb 2017

    2.30 Chepstow Rock The Kasbah 7/4 Betfair
  10. Racing Chat - Saturday (Inc Scoop6, ITV7 etc..)

      Love talking to myself 
  11. Racing Chat - Saturday (Inc Scoop6, ITV7 etc..)

    ITV 7 Anyone else having a go?  
  12. Tote Scoop6 Saturday Feb 25th There was no winner of the Scoop6 on last Saturday. This is great news for you as the Win fund starts at £127,586 and the bonus fund at £56,765. Both these totals will grow rapidly as more stakes are placed. totepool predict the combined win and bonus fund could be worth around £300,000! Chepstow, Kempton and Newcastle host Saturday’s Scoop6 races and three legs will be shown during the live coverage on ITV4. totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said “The prospect of a £300,000 windfall should be more than enough to get Scoop6 punters licking their lips ahead of this weekend’s bet.” ( Races   Selections: Leg 1: River Frost 11/4 Betfair We kick off at Kempton with a tricky Class 3 handicap hurdle. One or two of these may need to win this to get a run at the Festival next month and it looks a pretty hot contest. You cant help but notice the bottom weight Argante from the Henderson yard, won last time in a weak novice but interesting now handicapping. River Frost is the form pick and I also like Lough Derg Leader at bigger odds. Leg 2: Out Sam 14/1 Bet365 We go to Newcastle next for the Eider Chase over the marathon trip of 4 miles. We have 18 runners and a wide open market and only a stone from top to bottom of the weights. My three against the field are Out Sam, Shotgun Paddy and Knockanrawley. Out Sam was 4th at Doncaster last time and has threatened to win a big handicap for sometime so he's the pick today. Leg 3: Capitaine 5/2 Skybet Over to Kempton for the Grade 2 Dovecote Hurdle. Not many runners as usual in this and the Paul Nicholls trained Capitaine is the favourite and best in at the weights. He was second in the Tolworth last time out and that sets the standard, he has had a little break and the yards horse have been a bit in and out so not a rock solid choice. Leg 4: Three Musketeers 15/2 Bet365 A Grade 3 Chase and very interesting contest with the 9yo Anacotty heading the weights on 154. Last years winner Theatre Guide is also in the line up and he could go well again. My main pick is going to be Three Musketeers from the back to form Skelton yard. They think a lot of this one and could go on now he has a win under his belt. Leg 5: Gayebury Our first visit to Chepstow where the ground will be very testing. Irish raider Jury Duty immediately catches the eye for the in form Gordon Elliott yard but at the same time looks to have a stiff task off 11st12lbs. I like the locally trained Gayebury who ran very well in Graded company two starts back and now tries 3m for first time which could see more improvement. Leg 6: Bright New Dawn Just seven runners line up for our final leg and this can go to Venetia Williams with her 10yo Bright New Dawn. Formerly trained in Ireland but made a pleasing debut for new connections last time out and the yard are flying at the moment. Of the rest Grey Gold needs to bounce back after a terrible run last time out but is clearly useful on his day.   Perm 16 bets Leg 1: River Frost, Argante Leg 2: Out Sam, Shotgun Paddy Leg 3: Capitaine, River Wylde Leg 4: Three Musketeers Leg 5: Gaybury, Splash Of Ginge Leg 6: Bright New Dawn