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  • Birthday 01/02/1981
  1. You’re not wrong about Southwell! One of my favourite tracks on the all weather for those awful quality midweek mid winter meetings, yeah I’m weird like that. Im off to Devon for a week next month and have had Newton Abbott booked for a while now. And then Bath on the Saturday of the leger on the way back up.
  2. Hi lads and lasses. Im after your opinions on where’s the best place to go for a bit of a treat for a day at the races with a nice meal alongside. Im much more interested in the sticks but I was at Chester other week and booked into the white horse which was very nice. Only slight downside was that we had to leave the table if we wanted to see the race in the flesh as opposed to the big screen. I’m happy to budget for up to and around £200 a ticket. Thanks in advance. Happy punting.
  3. Re: BBOTD > Wednesday December 11th 2:30 Lingfield. Hawkeyethenoo. 7/1Hills BOG. 6F Round Lingfield with a strong pace and the likelihood of horses being able to give it the slingshot off the turn gives me the feeling the race is going to be teed up perfectly for this old boy. He just doesn't seem to quite have the zing he once had in his younger days but always give his all, Graham Lee maintains the faith and the quick surface of the track will surely accentuate the horses love for striding out and powering past rivals who have cut the pace out up front. 1pt e/w
  4. Re: BBOTD > Saturday December 7th 2:05 Aintree. 1pt e/w Baby Run. Given Twiston Ba5tard's record in the race with older horses added to Baby Run's confirmed ability to jump the fences and the way he often travels in his races I think 20/1 is massive even given the near 700 day lay off. Sam wouldn't be on board if he didn't think it was in with a good shout and with question marks over a lot of his rivals jumping the field could well be thinned out sufficiently enough to make the 5 places seem almost like a penalty kick given the horses natural ability.
  5. Re: The Jockey Thread Has it been announced yet if Elsworth will get a ban as well? Id be fuming if someone attacked me and I had my livelihood taken away from me for defending myself.
  6. Re: BBOTD > Friday December 6th 1:55 Lingfield Gaelic Silver. I backed this one lto and it won with a tonne more than the 3lb in hand that it's gone up. Same jockey back on board and the style of racing at the track suits it down to the ground. The race looks weaker if anything on paper and so long as the horse is in the same mood it will take all the beating imo. 1pt win @ SP.
  7. Re: Key Race: Hennessy Gold Cup, 3.00 Newbury, Sat. 30th November Im sure Henderson has said in the past that the horses long term target would be Aintree. Maybe im getting it confused with something else. Maybe they'll wait till the season after this but that would seem absurd imo.
  8. Re: Key Race: Hennessy Gold Cup, 3.00 Newbury, Sat. 30th November Excellent shout that Billy hills. Is there still any value left in backing him for the national come April? The trouble for me with these big staying chasers is there isn't many races around in the calendar to go for, the horse looked all about stamina yesterday and between now and Aintree you can only name a couple of races left for him to run in which leaves you with the problem of trying to offset keeping his mark low enough with keeping him fit for the national.
  9. Re: BBOTD > Thursday November 28th Newbury 3:40 Red Devil Lads. Rebecca Curtis horse will improve for the return to better ground, spoke positively of this horse on her stable tour and the group of connections have had some pretty decent flat horses before that have gone on to do well over hurdles. First time on a racecourse at Ffos Las lto will have been a good education, form held up well by the winner and Schofield has fired in plenty of winners on Curtis horses.
  10. Re: Horse alerts ATR definitely used to send them out around midnight but after feedback decided to send them around the 7-8pm mark.
  11. Re: BBOTD > Wednesday November 27th 12:40 Fontwell. Join The Navy. Up against a horse that's not ran for over 2 years, and was pulled up on it's last start but is actually been backed from a stable not renowned for gambles is a touch concerning but JTN will get every help from the saddle and having watched the race it unseated from last time when going really well it's hard to understand why it's not favourite. Sure to go on the ground, trip no problems and has the definite race fitness advantage. 2pt win @ 5/2 (Generally available)
  12. Re: Urgent message from Racing Post Every cloud has a silver lining and all that. I noticed yesterday that all the stuff you usually have to pay for is available to browse just now. Lets hope these problems are on-going for sometime yet haha.
  13. Re: Key Race: Betfair Chase, 3.00 Haydock, Saturday 23rd Nov. Long Run is a victim of a few things imo. One the jockey, Waley Clown could make a balls up of a walk over on Sprinter Sacre. Two, he just doesn't jump at all well, Three, the horse has had a pretty tough career, Four, when you look at the races he's won, the GC in particular, who's he actually beat? Captain Chris, Syncronised (good horses but lets be honest, horses that win big handicap races like the welsh national are really usually nothing extraordinary) and in the GC a fading Denman and far too old for the GC kauto. l just don't buy into what a lot of others do about him being a top class horse.
  14. Re: Urgent message from Racing Post Had the same e-mail but I genuinely don't remember ever signing up to their website so im not too concerned. Any websites I use where I regularly make payments over then I have separate passwords for that so as I say, im not too concerned just now.
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