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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:25 pm

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well done jock on the first one!!!! jammy cnut cheers

And the second cheers And my treble up with Sprinter Sacre. Like shelling peas, Barry Geraghty never even had to move on him, eased him along to win by 19 lengths!

The best jumper ever? Sizing Europe is a top, top class horse and sprinter sacre never raised a sweat, just awesome.

Unioniste let me down but am well up with Sgt Reckless bets already on. If it wins I'm celebrating tonight! Aspells Suffolk Cyder 3 for £5 in Sainsburys.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:35 pm

If anyone hasn't got a Paddy Power account and is going to place a bet, I've got an offer where if you open an account with them with just £5, you get a £20 free bet! That's a great offer.

You can use the free bet on anything not just Cheltenham, so if anyone wants this send me a PM and your e-mail address and you open your Paddy Power account there for the £20 free bet.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:46 pm

Flaxen Flare - 25/1 winner cheers
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:56 pm

Mike Searle wrote:
Flaxen Flare - 25/1 winner cheers

Take a bow Mike Searle cheers cheers cheers

I left this one and the 4.00 well alone, far too tricky for me. I hope you had a nice few quid on it though Very Happy

I just want Sgt Reckless now to make my day, my week and my month Razz
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:11 pm

:bounce:SGT RECKLESS ,here we go woop woop. cider no 8 bounce
p.s. well done jock
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:16 pm

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Mike Searle wrote:
Flaxen Flare - 25/1 winner cheers

Take a bow Mike Searle cheers cheers cheers

I left this one and the 4.00 well alone, far too tricky for me. I hope you had a nice few quid on it though Very Happy

I just want Sgt Reckless now to make my day, my week and my month Razz

I only bet in £20 points Jock - up to a max of 10 points. Still, nice profit (for us both) on the day after a break-even (for me)yesterday.

1. Shield 2. Sgt Reckless would be handy in the bumber


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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:20 pm

It's almost a crime not to back Mullins/Walsh ffs
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:20 pm

Bollocks, Sgt Reckless nearly last Sad

Ruby Walsh/Willie Mullins 25-1 winner ffs.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:21 pm

im off for a bath and another cider,bloody ruby walsh.
always tomorrow bounce bounce
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:33 pm

Oooh at least it was another winner for Ruby, makes him 4-2 ahead of Barry Geraghty so all to play for.

Tomorrow's preview will be up later Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:48 pm

Any nailed on certs fore tomorrow yet?
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:51 pm

I chucked 20 on at Coral for the sprinter mutha and have cash to burrrrn...after I buy some crack tonight, etc.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:49 pm

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Any nailed on certs fore tomorrow yet?

Nothing is ever a nailed on cert but Dynaste in the opener at 1.30 is a likely winner at a short price. 7/4

other short price chances 2.05 Sam Winner 4/1, 2.40 First Lieutenant 5/2, 3.20 Oscar Whiskey 7/2, 4.00 Ballynagour 4/1, 4.40 Super Duty 5/1, 5.15 Arabella Boy 9/2
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:36 pm

So on to day 3 which starts with the Jewson Novices Chase.

Dynaste for David Pipe is the hot favourite at around 6-4, and it has won all 3 chases he's competed in so far. It could be something special but I don't think it should be as short a price as it is.

Willie Mullins has two runners and this time Ruby Walsh isn't on his best horse. The one to concentrate on of his is Aupcharlie at 6-1, ridden by Andrew Lynch who is the retained jockey for the owner. This horse's form to me is every bit as good as Dynaste's, but is a much more attractive price. It's been second to Back In Focus and Tofino Bay it's last two runs, who were 1st and 2nd in the first race today.

With Willie Mullins horses going so well this swings it for me, but I am also thinking of backing Module as well at 12-1. This horse won a hurdle race at Cheltenham last year and Tom George is a shrewd trainer who does really well for a smaller stable, especially with chasers.

So I'm backing Aupcharlie and Module both eachway.

The 2nd race is a 3m handicap hurdle and look no further than the favourite Sam Winner for this. Trained by Paul Nicholls and ridden by Ruby Walsh, it was 4th in the Triumph Hurdle 2 years ago where it was in 20th place 2 hurdles from the end, I backed it to win and watched as it flew past horse after horse and jst finished behind Grandouet and Zarkander, who both ran in the Champion Hurdle yesterday.

It got going far too late that time and this 3m iles will be much better. It was sent over fences but that didn't really work out and won a nh flat race last time out for fitness.

I think this is a really cracking price at 4-1 and I will be filling my boots Very Happy

The Ryanair Chase next and I don't think it's as good a race as in some previous years. The favourite is First Lieutenant at 5-2 and it's been a bit of a nearly horse in it's big races although it has won at the festival before and was 2nd last year.

I have narrowed it down to 2 horses, Cue Card @ 3-1 and last years winner Riverside Theatre @ 6-1. Both have won here before and don't mind this in-between distance of 2m 5 furlongs. Riverside Theatre has had a couple of bad runs since winning last year but it was found he had severe stomach ulcers that have now been treated. It's the forgotten horse this year and I think it's good value at 6-1 so will be backing it to win and in a reverse forecast with Cue Card.

The World Hurdle next and it seems a bit of an anti-climax with Big Bucks out injured after winning it four years in a row and unbeaten in 18 races. If he wasn't injured nothing would get close to Big Bucks, but it means someone will get lucky and win a championship race.

The one horse with real class in the race is Peddlers Cross. 2nd in the champion hurdle in 2011, and a winner here in 2010, it was sent chasing last year and although it won a couple of races it lost in the very best races so it's now back over hurdles. The only issue is if it will stay 3 miles and I think it will.

At 10-1 I think it's a really good eachway bet.

Next is a tricky handicap that I have narrowed down to 3 from 24, but I won't be going mad unless I've already won a packet.

The favourite is David Pipe's Ballynagour at around 4-1 who has only had one race in Britain after winning in France a few times. It absolutely pissed it's only race by about 20 lengths eased down at the finish. It's been raised a lot for that but it had to be raised a lot to get into most races at Cheltenham, and it was entered for loads of races which says this is it's preference.

Hunt Ball won last year so easily and it was a bit of a fairy story the way it kept winning race after race so easily. The owner won £100k betting on it and did back it for the Gold Cup this year but it has stalled on soft ground. The ground is drying all the time and Hunt Ball just might lead all the way at around 8-1.

My final pick is Vino Griego, at 12-1, who went 18 races without winning until suddenly clicking and winning 2 good races recently, but these races were on soft or heavy ground so I'm going to wait and see what the official going is before making my mind up.

Another amateur riders race at 4.40, the Kim Muir, and it's another big field handicap that is hard to pick, but I do like the look of Super Duty at 5-1, which has the Irish Champion point to point jockey Derek O'connor on board. At bigger odds I also like No Secrets with a nice low weight with Ruby Walsh's sister Katy on board. At 12-1 I might back this one eachway and Super Duty to win.

The cross-country race that was postponed on Tuesday is the last if I bother having a bet. The favourite is trained by Enda Bolger who specialises in these races, Arabella Boy at 7-2. It looks a worthy favourite and I think Any Currency at 12-1 is a decent eachway price.

Good luck again.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Wed Mar 13, 2013 11:16 pm

I've had the following bets for tomorrow at some juicy prices

2.05 Jetson 1pt win at 16/1

2.05 Stonemaster 1pt 22/1

2.40 Champion Court 1pt 12/1 Ante Post

3.20 Solwhit 1pt win at 16/1 Ante Post

4.00 Tartak 1pt win at 28/1

4.00 Cantlow 1pt win at 8/1

4.40 Romanesco 1pt win at 11/1

5.15 Sacree Tiepy 1pt win at 20/1
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:38 am

My top tips for today are 2.40 CUE CARD
3.20 REVE DE SIVOLA
4.00 BALLYANAGOUR
i strongly advise you not to take any notice of these picks
as im useless ea betting. good luck everyone lol!
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:08 am

with that free bet jocko, is there any reason it wouldn't come through if i placed the original one on an each way gamble rather than an outright bet??
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 11:28 am

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with that free bet jocko, is there any reason it wouldn't come through if i placed the original one on an each way gamble rather than an outright bet??

No it shouldn't matter what type of bet it is.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:49 pm

That's what I thought. I've noticed they tend to be slow as fook bastards when it comes to sorting this sort of thing.

I've gone Sam Winner each way, £5.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 1:54 pm

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That's what I thought. I've noticed they tend to be slow as fook bastards when it comes to sorting this sort of thing.

I've gone Sam Winner each way, £5.

If your free bet isn't there give them a ring. Tell them your a lord and you'll have them thrown in the stocks if they don't pull their finger out.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 2:14 pm

Sam WinnDr nearly last!

Paul Nicholls horses are running like pigs ffs.
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 2:54 pm

got my first winner with cue card, c'mon reve de sivola in the next bounce bounce
more cider me finks
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 5:55 pm

Winners today at 16/1 20/1 25/1 and 50/1! affraid Just served to remind me why I stopped betting seriously on horses after losing a small fortune at Cheltenham 20 odd years ago in the days of Desert Orchid. Sad

It really is a lottery. Mr Searle had a nice 16/1 winner, mind!
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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 7:28 pm

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Winners today at 16/1 20/1 25/1 and 50/1! affraid Just served to remind me why I stopped betting seriously on horses after losing a small fortune at Cheltenham 20 odd years ago in the days of Desert Orchid. Sad

It really is a lottery. Mr Searle had a nice 16/1 winner, mind!

Yup, 27 pts profit for the festival so far. Only bet at £20 a point so not a fortune but nice pocket money. cheers

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PostSubject: Re: cheltenham horses   Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:10 pm

Jock owes me a million paind after every one I backed on his suggestions flopped...

Right, tomorrow. I have £4 to spend now....make it a fooking good one you slaaaags.
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