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    GoldenMiller34
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    Bad news for you, did a 45 minute run through of three cards and came up with Pink Gin too lol 🙂
    (2.05 Capeland, 2.40 Goring One!)

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    Bad news for you, did a 45 minute run through of three cards and came up with Pink Gin too lol 🙂
    (2.05 Capeland, 2.40 Goring One!)

    That’s good news, GM. 🙂

    Pink Gin has shortened up quite a bit which is encouraging too. Seems as though I’m the only freind of Daklondike; right out to 5/1 now, can’t see a reason for that and looks ominous.

    Looked at Capeland, coming back in trip should help, should run well provided it’s not too free – they might not go that fast here. I like Richard Johnson in slowly run races, despite being a hold up horse Global Thrill has quite a good record in slowly run races (ran in a Group 3 mile race in Germany) and acts well on heavy. Coer Blimey is the other one with a big chance if jumping well, but that’s far from certain.

    Good luck with Goring One, will be cheering it home for you. My brother used to live there! I haven’t looked at the race.

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    1:35 Wincanton:
    37 points @ 9/1 (betfair) Pink Gin (min 7/1)
    53 points @ 3.3/1 (betfair) Daklondike (min 3/1)
    saver:
    36 points @ 5/2 (WH) Jennys Surprise (min 5/2)

    With rain forecast this could turn very soft and Pink Gin is proven to stay this trip in those conditions. Hasn’t had many runs over fences and could improve further; especially as there aren’t many other pace angles. Daklondike has been prominent in the past, but held up last time. Promises to stay judging by his penultimate start. Disappointintment last time came 4 days afterterwards and may have more improvement in him. Jenny’s Surprise is probably the most likely to run well, although am a bit concerned might struggle to stay in this ground which is why he’s only a saver.

    😉

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    Daklondike won @ 3.3/1, Global Thrill one place out.

    Todays Stakes 194
    Return 227.9
    Days Proit +33.9 points

    Thread Totals:
    Stakes: 3848
    Return: 5179.9
    Profit: +1331.9 points
    Profit on stakes: 34.61%
    Strike Rate: 71.43% (incl. 11 savers) 25 wins from 35 races
    Strike Rate: 40.00% (not incl. savers) 14 wins from 35 races
    (4 Ante-Post bets still to run: 200 points)[/quote]

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    Bad news for you, did a 45 minute run through of three cards and came up with Pink Gin too lol 🙂
    (2.05 Capeland, 2.40 Goring One!)

    10/1, Nicely priced winner for you there, GM. :good:

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    GoldenMiller34
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    Thanks, Mark, think it was about 16/1 when I picked it but it’s irrelevant as I won’t invest if I haven’t studied the form. Mind you, had I spent an hour plus on the race (as in previous seasons) I would probably have become a slave to my ratings and picked something else! Just haven’t the time with the National website and my parents.

    Your summary of the 1.35 was virtually spot on. We were both done by Coeur Blimey, I tend to oppose Lucy as she always takes an outside route and is the opposite of stylish in the saddle (her stats are ok though).

    Picked a horse in 19 races – at my usual £10W would have made £20 profit!

    Andrew Thornton – there’s life in the old dog yet! 🙂

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    2:30 Sandown
    saver first:
    38 points @ 15/8 (C) White Moon (min 7/4)

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    2:30 Sandown
    saver first:
    38 points @ 15/8 (C) White Moon (min 7/4)

    54 points @ 6.6/1 (betfair) Springtown Lake (min 5/1)

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    2:05 Exeter:
    67 points @ 9/4 (PP) Calipto (min 2/1)

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    2:30 Sandown
    saver first:
    38 points @ 15/8 (C) White Moon (min 7/4)

    54 points @ 6.6/1 (betfair) Springtown Lake (min 5/1)

    saver:
    13 points @ 15/2 (betbright) Red River (min 13/2)

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    2:30 Sandown
    saver first:
    38 points @ 15/8 (C) White Moon (min 7/4)

    54 points @ 6.6/1 (betfair) Springtown Lake (min 5/1)

    saver:
    13 points @ 15/2 (betbright) Red River (min 13/2)

    Can’t understand betting for this. I backed On The Blind Side last time out, but he struggled for pace. Expected an increase in trip to 3m and must take him on here. Had two savers and a main bet against him. White Moon had a lot in hand winning a couple of novices and could be anything. Red River won his only start by 13 lengths – although after such an impressive performance tongue tie is a bit of a negative. Both those are from in-form trainers; unlike Springtown Lake. Philip Hobbs hasn’t hit top form yet (no winner in 20) bit plenty have placed in that time. Springtown Lake would’ve won a handicap off 129 with ease; coming down after the last. Now on 137 and improving fast. Strangely, 5/1 has been shortened up by several bookmakers, and yet I’ve taken all rates from 13/2 to 9/1 on betfair and he’s still 8/1. Puzzling, seems well worth taking a risk at 5/1, let alone 8/1. Hope he’s jumping ok.

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    GoldenMiller34
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    Purely on the impression made on me: Red River.

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    Purely on the impression made on me: Red River.

    Red River is the one of my three that has been backed, GM. What do you think of a tongue tie being applied after such an impressive performance; is that a negative for you? tbh Had he not been tongue tied would’ve been a main bet.

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    Becher Chase:
    53 points @ 7/2 (Sky) Blaklion (min 100/30)

    36 points @ 10/1 (B365) Gas Line Boy (min 8/1)

    Unfortunately, Gas Line Boy is a non=runner – goes for the Sefton instead.

    43 points @ 8.8/1 The Last Samuri (min 7/1)

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    Henry VIII 1:45 Sandown tomorrow:
    38 points each way @ 7/1 (B365) North Hill Harvey (min 11/2)

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