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  • #12471
    no idea
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    At last, a repreive. Only 3 meetings on Monday, 2 really as I hate all weather racing.

    It must mean that at last real racing, the jumpers are returning.

    Bring on the wet, cold weather and a 3 mile novice chase from Carlisle.

    I cannot wait. Bliss!!!!!!!

    #245471
    Cav
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    Evening meetings on the grass end next Saturday. Will be glad of a reduced program for the next while. Look forward to the Kempton evening meetings, the McNae/Willo combo in the studio always good value.

    Will be the Christmas Hurdle before we know it. Time flies.

    #245882
    Tom
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    Far too much racing it has long passed saturation point.

    a booking friend was telling me the other week that even the old guys who have been betting hosrses all their days, are turning to bet on other sports.

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    Smithy
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    Far too much racing it has long passed saturation point.

    a booking friend was telling me the other week that even the old guys who have been betting hosrses all their days, are turning to bet on other sports.

    And other sports haven’t reached saturation point?

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    Tom
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    Football at the top level is the only other one i can think off. And through time something will have to give there.

    #245929
    bettingboy
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    I found myself looking forward to the jumps season last year as well. I was soon pricked off with it – the Festival excepted – and praying for the Flat. Now I’m sick to death of the Flat and ready for lose my money on the jumps again. It’s the human condition where racing’s concerned, for me anyway.

    ‘Gambling is an exciting way of making yourself depressed’ – Simon Barnes

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