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shoodacoodadidnt
27 Jul 21 14:36
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Do we believe them? Why would anyone have that much on a horse that has only run twice with any soft and was nowhere?? I don't believe them..... watch it steam in ;)

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By:
Stark
When: 27 Jul 21 14:43
File under "Myths and Legends". Don't believe any of the current shower will lay a big bet.
By:
shoodacoodadidnt
When: 27 Jul 21 14:45
Agreed - telly crap
By:
Jumping-cuckoo-monk
When: 27 Jul 21 14:47
who relayed this info and whom was bet with?
horse has collapsed Cry
By:
brians
When: 27 Jul 21 14:47
Collapsed after finish .
By:
howard
When: 27 Jul 21 14:48
star sports lay big bets at the fesivals
By:
howard
When: 27 Jul 21 14:48
festivals
By:
Stark
When: 27 Jul 21 14:49
Star Sports tell everyone they lay big bets at the festivals. Not convinced.
By:
Jumping-cuckoo-monk
When: 27 Jul 21 14:50
thanks
By:
Storm Alert
When: 27 Jul 21 14:51
Not a total surprise if a bookie was willing to lay it given it has no form over distance or with soft in the going. 100k ew dead eight might have been perceived as a good price; see it shortened up from 6/1 to 9/2 sp after the off.
By:
howard
When: 27 Jul 21 14:58
Ben Keith ( star sports ) says he lays the person not the form. I think most big layers are the same.
By:
brians
When: 27 Jul 21 15:04
How is the horse
By:
Rider
When: 27 Jul 21 15:06
I'd think ben lays a price when its comfortably below the BF price
By:
impossible123
When: 27 Jul 21 15:10
£100k e/w? Fantasy more likely. A recreational punter struggles to place a tenner bet on a 6/1 shot; £100k e/w? Get real!
By:
brians
When: 27 Jul 21 15:21
Horse gone Hospital for a scan…..according to RTV.
By:
brians
When: 27 Jul 21 15:21
They will need a big bed !
By:
DIFERENT GRAVY 12
When: 27 Jul 21 15:30
Vet already writing covid on the form
By:
layingisthewayforward
When: 27 Jul 21 15:35
Was it 6/1 1/5 odds for a place? Punter wins 20k off a 200k stake.
By:
ronnie rails
When: 27 Jul 21 17:46
Laying

the bet was struck at 5/1

have a nice evening

regards

Ronnie.
By:
stewarty b
When: 27 Jul 21 21:14
I saw Chapman showing a print out from a bookie about a year ago. The said bookie had taken two separate bets on the same horse. 11k to 2 k and 10 k to 2k. Look he said these are real bets. No sign of the machine where the so called bookie made a nice little earner on...
By:
brassneck
When: 27 Jul 21 22:48
J.P. V J.H.then you would believe it.Grin
By:
stewarty b
When: 27 Jul 21 23:51
Actually, It must have been two years ago. It was either Ascot or York.
By:
brigust1
When: 28 Jul 21 08:00
It is possibly another bookie laying off liabilities. Bets between themselves.
By:
howard
When: 28 Jul 21 10:35
You guys really think that if a bloke wins 50m on lottery or from a  business bookies won't take six figure bets off that person ?
By:
howard
When: 28 Jul 21 10:36
Freddie Williams not too long back.  And he was taking bets from shrewdie owner JP.
By:
howard
When: 28 Jul 21 11:00
Rider , the betfair price is never available to a 100k bet at 5/1  even near the off. So yes you take lesser odds but you get on.
By:
lmfao
When: 28 Jul 21 19:32
It was my bet - its genuine- didnt know it made TV til i watched the replay when i got home....
By:
swiftynifty
When: 28 Jul 21 19:41
lmfao lmfao
By:
RothmanMike
When: 28 Jul 21 19:48
Who took the bet.
By:
lead on
When: 28 Jul 21 19:51
As lmfao will confirm I did
By:
RothmanMike
When: 28 Jul 21 19:52
H Findlay had a bet on here of £1,000,000.
But that was Evens, and it was his own dog.
Less than half matched.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 28 Jul 21 19:57
That was Escholido Mike, like you I also saw the million up.
By:
RothmanMike
When: 28 Jul 21 20:04
I know that some big books, including Mark Trilwood used to take large bets, from the likes of Michael Tabor.
But for sure, any Tom, Dick or Harry are unlikely to be accommodated.
You have to be a well-known “face”.
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 29 Jul 21 06:48
And it was Betfair's money.
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 29 Jul 21 15:37
Sorry, the above looks a bit random.

Betfair gave Harry Findlay a line of credit which he worked through.
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