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Nogoody
02 Apr 19 15:04
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Anyone know how many places William Hill paid out on ? T.I.a. I had Uradel e.w. finished 7th.

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By:
miltons sophie
When: 02 Apr 19 17:42
Looking at the price wise section of that days Racing Post it looks like they were 1/5 5 places as they were not listed at the bottom as an exception to the default.
By:
Nogoody
When: 02 Apr 19 18:17
Thanks a lot Sophie, it was worth the ask as I had 4 winners with him in a £5er e.w. accer.
By:
miltons sophie
When: 02 Apr 19 19:38
No problem . Sorry the news wasn’t better
By:
irishone
When: 05 Mar 20 21:00
Great race this , touched off last year but plenty of places over the years.
The big boys have got very interested the last seven odd years and consequently 6/7 last winners have carried more than eleven stone .
Willie had brought two here that i know will run and they are both very highly respected in the yard, BACHASSON and STRATUM
By:
JJmbe
When: 05 Mar 20 21:34
Really fancy Dame de compagnie for this, nice trial on the track been put away since, been nibbling away at 20 and 16 for a while.
By:
Ekbalco
When: 05 Mar 20 23:50
Canardier.
By:
JJmbe
When: 14 Mar 20 19:24
Finally sobered up from Benidorm and got home just in time looking at the news, all paid for by the coral cup winner and enough left over for a weekend spa with the wife, everyone's a winner Cool.
By:
irishone
When: 14 Mar 20 20:23
Wvd jj
By:
JJmbe
When: 15 Mar 20 20:07
cheers irish, how did the festival treat yourself.
By:
irishone
When: 15 Mar 20 20:16
Very well mate, mrs got two bottles of perfume out of it, put most of my winners up here, not aftertiming, but shishkin cost me four figures. Biggest disappointment was the lack of respect for the corona virus to be honest. Often found myself as a soloist singing happy birthday at the wash hand basins.
By:
JJmbe
When: 16 Mar 20 17:51
Them poor feckin basins Laugh, nice to here you got a few quid.
By:
JJmbe
When: 12 Mar 21 12:21

Mar 5, 2020 -- 3:34PM, JJmbe wrote:


Really fancy Dame de compagnie for this, nice trial on the track been put away since, been nibbling away at 20 and 16 for a while.


The dame could become my most fav chelt horse of all time if she manages the double for me in the mares, me backing two 16/1 winners as rare as finding rocking horse ****.

By:
duffy
When: 12 Mar 21 14:46
Yeah... it's a right git when you put up a winner and you desperately want to find a way to bump it, isn't it?Wink
By:
JJmbe
When: 12 Mar 21 15:21
LaughLaugh
By:
duffy
When: 12 Mar 21 16:06
JJ

I'm speaking through jealousy of course as I wouldn't know what it feels like myselfGrin

good luck with herHappy
By:
JJmbe
When: 12 Mar 21 17:07
Cheers duffy, never had the chance to puff the chest out before LaughLaugh.
By:
irishone
When: 12 Mar 21 18:35
Id say willie is after this again
My sister sarah and ngolo on good marks
Great white shark a bit too heavy
Brassils on 10-12 is a big danger
Its been winning with 12 stone
The Shunter has a bit too much weight here imvho
So would expect it to run elsewhere

Three bets e w then.... Usual story would be no draw lol
By:
geoff m
When: 12 Mar 21 18:45
Koshari was a big eyecatcher @ Leopardstown .Bad mistake early on travelled well and made really good ground from an impossible position.
Altho not been missed in the market @ around 12s
By:
Jb23
When: 12 Mar 21 20:52
Botox Has for me.

Originally liked him for he county, but he has a brilliant record at the track, rather favourably dropped a few lbs for a couple of runs in dire ground. Fresh spring ground and upped in trip make him look a knocking bet in my book. Gave a one Allmankind abit of a pasting last autumn too.
By:
duffy
When: 15 Mar 21 15:54
I've been eyeing up BLUE SARI for this, yes, that Blue Sari, that bumper run hasn't worked out too badWink

Hurdling he has been lightly raced and been a huge disappointment, the curious thing for me though is that he reappeared at the DRF, travelled OK out the back before coming under pressure as the race started to get going and was promptly pulled up.

I thought oh well that's the end of him, but was surprised to see his subsequent entries in a couple of the handicaps for this week. He was 33's for this which I didn't get, they've chosen this and gone up in trip in preference to the County and Walsh rides with a first time tongue tie, he's off a lowly 138 and presumably there is something they are seeing that makes them think he's worth persevering with. Looks like a possible JP mover 16's best price now.
By:
cobra sam
When: 16 Mar 21 09:26
im with u duffy ..simply coz jp loves a inner at the festival on at 25/1 and 16 yesterday,,,,also backed Birchdale as never know his cunning....
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