Nov 7, 2012 -- 4:52PM, wildmanfromborneo wrote:
A drift of .5 would be a drift thats what the word means,anyway it was far bigger than that the horse was actually laid at 2.28 and drifted out more than the 3.15 i indicated,the horse was available at 5/2 on track.However i did indicate that it wasnt as spectacular as the two original ones cited but where it does differ from todays horse is he was the form horse and twas the bookies priced him originally at 5/4.What does hth mean?
there was buttons traded at 2.28..............sp bookmakers have nothing to do with this as u have quoted the prices on here instead on numerous occassions
Nov 7, 2012 -- 6:05PM, wildmanfromborneo wrote:
Whats your idea of feck all,i certainly saw around five grand traded at 1.43 you also conveniently forget the plunge on Sizing Rio,they got fortunes out of it which is why they were so defensive about it.It will be interesting to see if Noel Meade ever told the stewards about this wind problem.
nobody else seen 5 grand or anything like it @ 1.43...............
Nov 8, 2012 -- 5:20PM, steeringjobnap wrote:
^ incorrect.There was a fortune taken out of the horse circa 1.67-ish from memory, huge traded volume spike on the price chart, at the time when liquidity in the market was light.IIRC, the winner went off at around 2.75 here [available at 3/1 earlier that morning].
rosie said he drifted from 2/5............there was very little traded at 2/5................plenty traded at 4/6 as u say but thats the same as every race every day
Nov 8, 2012 -- 6:34PM, steeringjobnap wrote:
The horse continued to drift after the 1.67 price-mark.To say the horse "didn't drift" simply because the early morning market traded volumes were low, is disingenious.2/5 out to 9/10-ish is a significant move in anyone's book, particularly as the money for the second fav/eventual winner was a constant stream [obviosuly in the opposite direction], right up until the race's off.The race's subsequent events - bearing out the market moves - are worthy of discussion.
it was basically a 2 horse race,obviously if one "drifts"the other ones price decreases.......i will say it again,there was buttons traded at 1.4
Nov 11, 2012 -- 7:56AM, GANT007 wrote:
Sure you will get drama queens in all sports and walks of life.