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TRD.Racing
26 Jun 15 19:59
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"Never be put off by a horse doubling in price"

Dear oh dear. Good luck with that project in this day and age

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By:
millhouse
When: 26 Jun 15 20:00
Just drag someone in from the local bookies and save on the fee, imo...
By:
Glasgow Brian
When: 26 Jun 15 20:00
it wouldn't be a good system for following Philip Hobbs's
By:
millhouse
When: 26 Jun 15 20:01
^^ Or Henderson, imo...
By:
Glasgow Brian
When: 26 Jun 15 20:03
aye - another one is ruth carr - im convinced if you just backed her ones that are well backed youd be a winner over the year
By:
EvgenyKissin
When: 26 Jun 15 20:05
And Ted Caine's - his never win when they drift.
By:
RupertRitzik
When: 26 Jun 15 20:09
Tony Calvin - he seems to move jobs a lot . Now we know why.
By:
TRD.Racing
When: 26 Jun 15 20:11
Glasgow,it wouldn't be a good system following any trainer. Obviously the odd drifter wins,but far more often than not they double in price for a reason.
By:
pablo-fanque
When: 26 Jun 15 20:12
TRD , so lay all the drifters and you will profit ?

I doubt it
By:
duncan idaho
When: 26 Jun 15 20:14
Tony Calvin has been in the racing and tipping business for over 25 years, encompassing a 12-year stint at the Racing Post and an 11-year spell as Head Of Media at Betfair.


Moves around a lot? You sure?
By:
TRD.Racing
When: 26 Jun 15 20:22
pablo I back much more than I lay. If I fancy one at say 5/1 and it drifts to 10/1,11/1 12/1 I would be very concerned. Drifting a point or two doesn't overly concern me,but doubling or more in price would be a concern
By:
homefortea
When: 26 Jun 15 20:23
Tony Calvin is just another hanger on in a once great industry...
By:
pablo-fanque
When: 26 Jun 15 20:26
I never heard him saying double in price, I heard him say if it drifts he doesn't get put off backing it .

TRD , if you fancy a horse that you reckon is 5/1 and it is gambled to 5/2 and you missed 5s , do you still back it ?

not a trick question , just curious
By:
TRD.Racing
When: 26 Jun 15 20:32
No I do not.

Calvin was on last week saying the same thing,if it doubles or even more he would have more on.

You would think being ex Betfair he would know better. He just fancied County Wexford,because it was the pace in the race,most front runners on Betfair will shorten pre race,County Wexford doubled in price and ran accordingly
By:
RupertRitzik
When: 26 Jun 15 21:32
Oh, He's that Tony Calvin... Happy
By:
Deltâ
When: 26 Jun 15 21:35
he sayed post ya names ya anonymous posters

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