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  • #796
    betlargebetlarge
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    Get her on every week.

    Quality.

    Mike

    #37580
    non vintagenon vintage
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    it’s great isn’t it!    :cheesy:

    #37581
    MatronMatron
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    Good luck to the lady.

    So, pleased for her.

    Regards-  Matron<br>:cool:

    #37582
    stevedvg
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    Eh?

    Good luck to her, but what the ****
    ‘s she doing on a racing program?

    Is she contributing to the analysis of the races?

    I don’t think so.

    Has our culture really stooped to the level where we give a large amount of airtime to someone that got lucky with their pinsticking?

    What’s next?

    Will this week’s lottery winner be given a seat on Question Time next Thursday night and be asked how we can solve the problems of the country?

    Steve

    #37583
    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    She picked the winner of the big race! What more do you want?

    #37584
    quixallcrossettquixallcrossett
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    She seems to be a genuine nice lady, slightly overawed by all the fuss & full of exuberance & joy. Her enthusiasm would make anyone smile.<br>She may have an unorthodox way of making selections, but she’s £600,000 + richer and we’re not.<br>Well done to Agnes.

    #37585
    Venusian
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    I found listening to that dozy Northern idiot giggling and prattling a lot of drivel really irritating, but then, Thommo’s always been like that hasn’t he?

    Good luck to Agnes H though, she was great.

    (Edited by Venusian at 4:37 pm on Feb. 3, 2007)

    #37586
    cormack15cormack15
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    Steve – if racing can’t celebrate a 600k winner, giving hope to all players, then it’s a sad old day.<br>In addition she seemed a genuinely down to earth lady who couldn’t believe what was happening to her.<br>I’d rather watch her having the moments of her life than listen to a dry and tired paddock commentary/analysis from the boring old team at Ch 4!

    #37587
    Maurice
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    Indeed, Cormack. Well said. How many of us would gladly have had our emotions exposed to the viewing public in return for a life-changing win?

    Serious Scoop6 punters might well be gnashing their teeth but should they? How many more £2-gets-you-not-far-off-a-million aspirants will today’s publicity generate to add to the pool in the coming weeks for the serious pothunters to chase?

    Everyone’s a winner.

    #37588
    Mounty
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    She’s different class to most so-called tipsters – even  her charity bet came second at 25-1. I’m giving the game up – hail Mystic Agnes!

    #37589
    Wallace
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    She ended up with all the chips and battered the other punters.

    #37590
    Kevin
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    Love it.

    £600,000+ says bah hoo sucks to all you guys who think you are experts. :clap:

    The wife does that to me all the time! Spend ages studying form and she picks a 33/1 winner because its the cats name or what.

    #37591
    Flash
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    Quote: from stevedvg on 4:15 pm on Feb. 3, 2007[br]

    What’s next?

    Will this week’s lottery winner be given a seat on Question Time next Thursday night and be asked how we can solve the problems of the country?

    <br>

    <br>Couldn’t do any worse than the shambles of a government we now have or Cameron with his "We must create a new type of Britishness" cloud cuckoo nonsense.

    Infact make Agnes Prime Minister I say.

    #37592
    stevedvg
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    I’d rather watch her having the moments of her life than listen to a dry and tired paddock commentary/analysis from the boring old team at Ch 4!

    Would it be unfair of me to suggest that those who prefer watching someone win a lot of money would be better of watching "Deal or No Deal" than high quality jumps racing?

    Steve

    #37593
    Alderbrook
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    I would like Thommo to take over Deal Or No Deal.

    Ho ho ho, unlucky Big Fella that’s the £250,000 gone.

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