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john m

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Cheltenham
« on: March 07, 2021, 10:28:09 pm »
 For the Punters name two horses to play and to to lay give a reason for both

Billaway 5/2 in the Hunters Chase .He is better than a Hunter not a great jumper but your getting paid for that @5/2 will have a Pro Jockey this time .No point to point racing in UK so British Hunters at a huge disadvantage (NAP)

Easyland 11/10 Cross Country race .Its a specialist race he won it last year potters Corner looks the only danger .


Lay

Kilcruit in the Bumper dont think he beat much to justify '15/8 Quote .

Shiskin @1/1 in the Arkle .This race will be run like drunks running down hill one jumping mistake and your chance is gone .Having watched him dont think he will enjoy racing at pace .



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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2021, 02:36:16 pm »
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Shiskin - Arkle
Kilcruit - Bumper

Rationale: The erm's Lays.

Lay

Billaway - Hunters Chase
Easyland - Cross Country race

Rationale: The erm's Bets.

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2021, 09:49:54 pm »
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Shiskin - Arkle
Kilcruit - Bumper

Rationale: The erm's Lays.

Lay

Billaway - Hunters Chase
Easyland - Cross Country race

Rationale: The erm's Bets.
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Fukkin brilliant... rofl rofl rofl

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2021, 09:14:06 am »
Back: Honeysuckle, just doesn't know when it's beaten and is about 5/2 in the Champion Hurdle,a revived Goshen is my only fear.

Santini E/W in the Gold Cup:Some day they'll get this horse right and they've allowed Aidan Coleman ride it the last couple of times to get used to it.


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Don't really lay bets but if I had to

Lay Elimay in the Mares Chase,only about a 6/4 shot in an open looking probably big field race,could be one of those mad 66/1 winner jobs.

Toss up between Billaway or Easyland for the other lay as I think they are too short and Easyland was poor last run.


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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2021, 11:17:13 am »
Im on Billaway @ 7/1 put it up here when it was 9/2 as one to back for Cheltenham .Not the best jumper but has a turn of foot .

Champion Hurdle looks strong this year .Gold Cup looks more like a Saturday Handicap than a Championship race .Album Photo never gets the credit he deserves .The Mares Chase could contain anything like you said some two horse trainer with a 100/1 shot could get a result .


If Envoi Allen went really short like 1/2 I might lay him to lose .You never know if the move from Elliots just two weeks ahead of the race will upset him .I know he  has to train in special boots does he strike himself when Galloping he has had it all his own way around flat courses in Ireland .If they take him on in Cheltenham 1/2 would seem small odds .

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2021, 03:03:02 pm »
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Shiskin - Arkle
Kilcruit - Bumper

Rationale: The erm's Lays.

Lay

Billaway - Hunters Chase
Easyland - Cross Country race

Rationale: The erm's Bets.
rofl   rofl

I think it will be a year fer the outsiders, Covid has us all fooked up, even the horses.

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2021, 06:12:09 pm »
Have yis anything at working man's prices lads? A tenner a race is usually my budget, could be less this year with An Taoiseach's puppy dole cuts anall...

Bring back Dr. Leo. Dr. Leo was great so he was....

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #7 on: March 09, 2021, 09:02:01 pm »
Aidan Coleman has been minding himself for last few weeks --not going to have many rides--likewise Tom Scudamore-I will be happy enough to back either of these guys at a price to win any race, while at the same time not committing to much while giving you an interest !
I often throw a few quid at the placepot --leaving out the hotpots--yet to have success but still got great runs for small dough !

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #8 on: March 09, 2021, 10:02:27 pm »
Have a look at this race .PROBABLY the worst race ever ran under rules .1/25 Favourite who hasent won a race in years .  https://www.paddypower.com/horse-racing/catterick/3m1f-nov-chs-2021-03-10/30339393.1540

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2021, 10:15:05 pm »
1/8 on betfair,some difference.

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2021, 10:19:45 pm »
All 5 of them look like a sitting room suit for Gordon Elliott .I left out the Fav and done the Field in combo F/C .Worst race I have ever seen run on a racecourse and the worst fav Iv ever seen .

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #11 on: March 09, 2021, 10:37:05 pm »
Have yis anything at working man's prices lads? A tenner a race is usually my budget, could be less this year with An Taoiseach's puppy dole cuts anall...

Bring back Dr. Leo. Dr. Leo was great so he was....


Try this E/W tomorrow @100/1 you might get 1000/1 on betfair ..DATE   
DIST.   GNG.   WGT / HDGR      SP   JOCKEY   OR   TS   RPR
23Nov20
Musselburgh C5HcH 3K   3m   Gd   9-11 v   4/10 btn 16L Pakie's Dream 11-12   25/1   D McMenamin3   72   8   63
13Nov20
Newcastle C5HcH 3K   2m7½f   Gd   9-11 v1   8/14 btn 24L The Black Squirrel 11-4   200/1   D McMenamin3   78   33   63


4th only beaten 16 lenghts is top form in this field  8th of 14 beaten only 24 lenghts .Tiger Roll was beaten by a furlong and people thought he ran a great race .

Strategic E/W .

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #12 on: March 10, 2021, 10:45:57 am »
Aidan Coleman has been minding himself for last few weeks --not going to have many rides--likewise Tom Scudamore-I will be happy enough to back either of these guys at a price to win any race, while at the same time not committing to much while giving you an interest !
I often throw a few quid at the placepot --leaving out the hotpots--yet to have success but still got great runs for small dough !
I always include the favs in my perm placepots, but hope that they are unplaced. There is no point in getting 5 outsiders placed and then a hot pot gets up to let you down.
The most important thing about placepots is just to keep it alive.
I'm contemplating going large this year on the placepot.

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #13 on: March 10, 2021, 11:58:24 am »
Ken Cashman goes large.....there's a NetSkinflix series in there....somewhere!!

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Re: Cheltenham
« Reply #14 on: March 10, 2021, 05:02:16 pm »
All 5 of them look like a sitting room suit for Gordon Elliott .I left out the Fav and done the Field in combo F/C .Worst race I have ever seen run on a racecourse and the worst fav Iv ever seen .

You stupid f**kin c**t!

 


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