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ANY experts out there (apart from Big Willy & Captain Midnight). Is CustomCut about ?


Of course The Irish Jockey Championship is hotting up.....

Colin Keane 84 vs Pat Smullen 82 - after the first goes Pats way.

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Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 17 18:07
WHO WINS
56% Colin Keane
28% Pat Smullen
16% Too close to call

Yet the betting is both 5/6.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 17 18:09
Flat Season ends 5th Nov in Naas.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 17 18:19
PAT's...
Katiymann M Halford 5/2f
All Body And Soul Tracey Collins 6/1
Jaqen H'Ghar JP O'Brien 9's
Quiet Company Adrian Keatley 11/2
Jock Talk Gordon Elliott 9/2

vs

COLIN's...
Room To Roam 9-2 G M Lyons 11/2
Carried 9-7 Mrs Prunella Dobbs 9's
Tennessee Wildcat 9-7 G M Lyons 13/2
Crown Pleasure 8-9 T G McCourt 9/2f
Ben Rumson 9-2 T G McCourt 5/2f
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 17 18:45
Champion Jockeys since 1950.....
1950 - J W Thompson
1951 - Jimmy Mullane
1952 - Jimmy Mullane
1953 - Liam Ward
1954 - Jimmy Eddery
1955 - Jimmy Eddery
1956 - Liam Ward
1957 - Liam Ward
1958 - Liam Ward
1959 - Liam Ward
1960 - Garnet Bougoure
1961 - Liam Ward 6th
1962 - Pat Glennon
1963 - Johnny Roe
1964 - Johnny Roe
1965 - George McGrath
1966 - Johnny Roe
1967 - Johnny Roe
1968 - Johnny Roe
1969 - Buster Parnell
1970 - George McGrath
1971 - Johnny Roe
1972 - Johnny Roe
1973 - Johnny Roe
1974 - Johnny Roe 9th
1975 - Christy Roche
1976 - Wally Swinburn
1977 - Wally Swinburn
1978 - Tommy Murphy
1979 - Christy Roche
1980 - Christy Roche
1981 - Christy Roche
1982 - Pat Eddery
1983 - Christy Roche
1984 - Mick Kinane
1985 - Mick Kinane
1986 - Mick Kinane
1987 - Mick Kinane
1988 - Mick Kinane
1989 - Mick Kinane
1990 - Christy Roche
1991 - Mick Kinane
1992 - Mick Kinane
1993 - Mick Kinane
1994 - Mick Kinane
1995 - Johnny Murtagh
1996 - Johnny Murtagh
1997 - Christy Roche 7th
1998 - Johnny Murtagh
1999 - Mick Kinane
2000 - Pat Smullen
2001 - Pat Smullen
2002 - Mick Kinane
2003 - Mick Kinane 13th
2004 - Jamie Spencer
2005 - Pat Smullen
2006 - Declan McDonogh
2007 - Pat Smullen
2008 - Pat Smullen
2009 - Johnny Murtagh
2010 - Pat Smullen
2011 - Johnny Murtagh 5th
2012 - Joseph O'Brien - 87 (84 Smullen).
2013 - Joseph O'Brien - 126 (83 Smullen).
2014 - Pat Smullen - 108 (83 Joseph O'Brien, Colin Keane was crowned champion apprentice).
2015 - Pat Smullen - 103 (S Foley 66, C T Keane 65).
2016 - Pat Smullen - 9th - 115 (77 C T Keane).
Smullen set a personal record in terms of the number of winners and prize-money as he is crowned Champion Jockey for the ninth time. Smullen ended the term on the 115-winner mark and amassed over €3.5 million in prize-money, helped in no small part by the success of Harzand in the Duty Free Irish Derby. He also enjoyed notable victories with Fascinating Rock, Shamreen and Zhukova. For the second successive year, Smullen beat Colin Keane, who rode 77 winners, into second place in the title race with Seamus Heffernan (57) in third place.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Oct 17 18:47
Flat stats...
http://www.irishracing.com/statistics
By:
joevalue147
When: 13 Oct 17 21:01
Is there a track bias in Dundalk? All the winners tonight seem to come middle/wide.  Far side doesnt seem the place to be even though theres a cut away.
By:
pa lapsy
When: 13 Oct 17 22:02
I'd say overall there is Joe,some meetings last season i thought it was very pronounced.


I know with tomorrows racing it is sacrilege to mention a 45 rated horse but the more i looked at Auntie Audreys(5.05 Cork) Gowran run the more i scratch my head, i came down on the side of absolutely clueless but could easily be 70 rated, a funny one.
By:
joevalue147
When: 14 Oct 17 22:42
Great shout Pa Lapsy. Hope you got the lot.
By:
pa lapsy
When: 15 Oct 17 00:47
Thanks Joe,me mam had a few euro ew and i'm not a feckin eejit

She had a bit left at Gowran
By:
CustomCut
When: 15 Oct 17 02:57
Didn't spot this thread, was actually at the track for once. First time I'd been, decent enough place actually, not as dead as people say it is. It's probably good for anyone reading this thread that I didn't put up my selections.
By:
peckerdunne
When: 15 Oct 17 14:56
Was in a shop and backed it,for twopence,  rarely bet in Ireland but it seemed a fair price and ready to go.

Just noticed the pick here, a good one too.

I could have had a bit more on then.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 15 Oct 17 20:53
ANOTHER WINNING THREAD on the Orish Forum thanks to PA !!! (No bet btw BUT wd Pa)
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 27 Oct 17 20:55
Itsits KEANE 93 vs SMULLEN 87

With 3/1 Keane's Carried to Smullen's Straw Hat @5's in the Cresendo
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 01 Nov 17 23:48
"This is Colin Keane's night, this is Colin Keane's year, he's gone ten clear and that's the championship," - Des Scahill after his treble tonight.

Keane (now on 97) was victorious on Overcoming 4/1 for his boss Ger Lyons, and Bid Adieu 12/1 for Tom Cooper, and completed the hat-trick aboard Tom McCourt's Ben Rumson 2/1 in the concluding handicap race. No bets btw.
By:
Nogoody
When: 02 Nov 17 11:32
Catch, does it finish at Naas this Sunday ?
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 02 Nov 17 15:32
Catch Me ifyoucan • October 13, 2017 6:09 PM BST
Flat Season ends 5th Nov in Naas.
Blind hunt Tongue Out
By:
Nogoody
When: 02 Nov 17 18:13
Cheers Catch ,CU next Tuesday yourself.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 02 Nov 17 22:11
On Poormans Hill or Monbeg Worldwide
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 10 Nov 17 14:21
Catch Me ifyoucan • November 4, 2017 3:47 PM GMT
Lookin like we're all on Poormans Hill today
 

How apt that we won on a Poormans Hill in a DUNDALK thread.

Not often we fill the horsebox with two good chances on the bus to Dundalk - Eddy has Time for two Bouquets tonite Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 11 Oct 19 18:39
Jumellea 6/5 will try to go in again for Joseph and superstar Dylan Browne McMonagle (DBMc) (10) in the 1m.4f. Apprentice Handicap at 7.15
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