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Old October 24th, 2015 #281
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R2 14:45 CHELTENHAM - TEA IN TRANSVAAL How good is this filly? Now is the time to find out - All her life this time of year is her time - Could be she isn't as good as she has looked - However at 9-1 all sportsmen have to consider her chances.The trainer David Evans with winners on the flat as well as the jumps is going well and Paul Maloney the jockey is on fire booting home a complete donkey at 50-1 last week/
She's 12-1 now just put a fiver on her hate to see it win an not be on it.
 
Old October 24th, 2015 #282
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She's 12-1 now just put a fiver on her hate to see it win an not be on it.
It lost but was leading for most of the way maybe if the jockey would of hold it back and let it go at the last two fences he may of won...anyway one to keep an eye out for in the future.
 
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Just looked your tip up. It's a class 6 horse race with one win to its name.
It came in 3rd. Winning place.
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It came in 3rd. Winning place.
A win is a win. But I'd stick with Andy's tips. He's good at spotting value. Just don't wager silly money or chase losses.

I don't bet on horses myself, or any other sport. Mainly because I know fuck all about horse racing. But I can sure play a solid game of poker, unless I have had a few too many beers.....
 
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It came in 3rd. Winning place.
It was a sound effort even the joe jockey looked like he was trying to win - Always a danger when Alan Kirby is on board a lazy horse on the all weather - Kirby and George Baker seem to have some sort of right to nick races in any circumstances on the All Weather.
Tea in Transvaal was outclassed by the geldings and colts.It will be interesting to see if Evans persists at the same level ( Class 3) I think he should she is only a four year old and was run out of it by the steroid brigade and while many good horses are born not made plenty of other horses have been trained to be better than their breeding suggests they should be and Tea in Transvaal looks a likely sort
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Old October 30th, 2015 #286
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Any predictions for tomorrow's National Hunt, Andy?
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Just watched a stunning effort by Ryan Moore at Keeneland on Hit it a bomb - Have to reconsider all his other rides on that showing it was out to 14-1 in running and rising yet he won on a not particularly good horse.
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Just watched a stunning effort by Ryan Moore at Keeneland on Hit it a bomb - Have to reconsider all his other rides on that showing it was out to 14-1 in running and rising yet he won on a not particularly good horse.
Any suggestions for a little each way treble for tomorrow?
 
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Newmarket 14.05 Rioca
Wetherby 14.00 Rock on Ruby
Wetherby 15.05 Dynaste
should be a trixie or a patent Rioca in there at a big price
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Newmarket 14.05 Rioca
Wetherby 14.00 Rock on Ruby
Wetherby 15.05 Dynaste
should be a trixie or a patent Rioca in there at a big price
7-2 return - modest enough when set against the 140 - 1 for a full house - All apparent afterwards - Back to the Breeder's Ryan Moore on the wesley ward runner in the 5f looks interesting at a massive price that said if atzeni can do what he did at Newbury today I'm backing Moore to do it tonight at Keeneland
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Newmarket 14.05 Rioca
Wetherby 14.00 Rock on Ruby
Wetherby 15.05 Dynaste
should be a trixie or a patent Rioca in there at a big price



14.05 Newmarket
FULL
RESULT
11Fireglow 5/2
29Rioca 8/1
34Haggle 5/2
Winning TrainerM Johnston
Winning JockeyJ Fanning
Runners9 ran
Distances4 lengths, Short Head


14.00 Wetherby
FULL
RESULT
12Kilcooley 5/1
23Rock On Ruby 3/1
34Aqalim 7/2
Winning TrainerC E Longsdon
Winning JockeyR Johnson
Runners9 ran
Distances13 lengths, 3/4 length


15.05 Wetherby
FULL
RESULT
16Cue Card 11/4
27Dynaste 3/1
35Ballynagour 6/1
Winning TrainerC L Tizzard
Winning JockeyP J Brennan
Runners7 ran
Distances3 3/4 lengths, Neck





No return on a Round Robin.
 
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14.05 Newmarket
FULL
RESULT
11Fireglow 5/2
29Rioca 8/1
34Haggle 5/2
Winning TrainerM Johnston
Winning JockeyJ Fanning
Runners9 ran
Distances4 lengths, Short Head


14.00 Wetherby
FULL
RESULT
12Kilcooley 5/1
23Rock On Ruby 3/1
34Aqalim 7/2
Winning TrainerC E Longsdon
Winning JockeyR Johnson
Runners9 ran
Distances13 lengths, 3/4 length


15.05 Wetherby
FULL
RESULT
16Cue Card 11/4
27Dynaste 3/1
35Ballynagour 6/1
Winning TrainerC L Tizzard
Winning JockeyP J Brennan
Runners7 ran
Distances3 3/4 lengths, Neck





No return on a Round Robin.
Yes but a modest return on a each way treble
 
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7-2 return - modest enough when set against the 140 - 1 for a full house - All apparent afterwards - Back to the Breeder's Ryan Moore on the wesley ward runner in the 5f looks interesting at a massive price that said if atzeni can do what he did at Newbury today I'm backing Moore to do it tonight at Keeneland

It's been a while since you won a race. Here's a reminder of your last winner...

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It's been a while since you won a race. Here's a reminder of your last winner...
An exciting weekend promises for all we leisure gentleman of the sporting caste.

Whilst in our cups we'll raise our mugs to sportsmanship, gamesmanship and the spirit of honorable competition.

May the odds and gods continue to favor us all.
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14.20 Doncaster Iveagh Gardens looks the type in a difficult race
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I understand that Andy gets his racing tips straight from the horse's mouth.

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Irish Cavalier Cheltenham 14.25
Jamesie Lingfield 14.35
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I meant to post this last night on Friday 13th but for some reason it slipped my mind.

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At dawn on Friday, 13 October 1307 (a date sometimes linked with the origin of the Friday the 13th superstition) King Philip IV ordered de Molay and scores of other French Templars to be simultaneously arrested. The arrest warrant started with the phrase: "Dieu n'est pas content, nous avons des ennemis de la foi dans le Royaume" ["God is not pleased. We have enemies of the faith in the kingdom"].

Claims were made that during Templar admissions ceremonies, recruits were forced to spit on the Cross, deny Christ, and engage in indecent kissing; brethren were also accused of worshiping idols, and the order was said to have encouraged homosexual practices.

The Templars were charged with numerous other offences such as financial corruption, fraud, and secrecy. Many of the accused confessed to these charges under torture, and these confessions, even though obtained under duress, caused a scandal in Paris. The prisoners were coerced to confess that they had spat on the Cross: "Moi, Raymond de La Fère, 21 ans, reconnais que [j'ai] craché trois fois sur la Croix, mais de bouche et pas de cœur" (free translation: "I, Raymond de La Fère, 21 years old, admit that I have spat three times on the Cross, but only from my mouth and not from my heart").

The Templars were accused of idolatry and were suspected of worshipping either a figure known as Baphomet or a mummified severed head they recovered, amongst other artifacts, at their original headquarters on the Temple Mount that many scholars theorize might have been that of John the Baptist, among other things.
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19.05 Holy Water win bet

each way trixie
18.35 EYE OF THE TIGER
19.05 Holy Water
19.35 LUIMNEACH ABU
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Great - thank you. I'm gonna have bloody Eye of the Tiger stuck in my head for hours now.
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