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    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    This is the record of my tips for each three types of racing since January 1st 2006 (The search function won’t go back further)

    NH Racing

    Staked 210pts<br>Returned 204.9pts<br>Profit -5.1pts (42.5pts were lost at the Cheltenham festival so If I’d not got involved there I’d be 37pts up)<br>% -2.4

    AW Racing

    Staked 99pts<br>Returned 135.2pts<br>Profit 36.2pts<br>% +36.6

    Turf Racing

    Staked 34pts<br>Returned 31.15pts<br>Profit -2.85pts<br>% -8.4

    So that bandit racing I despise is turnover a nice profit while that turf racing I’m supposed to be good at is losing me money by 8.4%. I think I’ll have to be called dirt lover from now on.

    Anyway moving on to tomorrow and there are several 2yo races for me to look at.

    <br>Thirsk 2:30 – 5f Novice Stakes

    Spoof Master has a rating of 80 for its Brocklesby win and that should be sufficient in most fields. However the price of 4/5 is skinny and it is given weight to its rivals. With this in mind I’m going to oppose it with two of the others

    The two I like are Avertuoso and Lovelace. Both are well bred and the prices are so much more tempting. However it would not be a surprise if Spoof Master won this nicely.

    1pt Averuoso @ 7/1 (tissue but may be optimistic)<br>1pt Lovelace @ 10/1 (Betfair)

    1:40N – Suhayl Sat rated 65 – shouldn’t win but can’t predict the outcome (No bet)

    7:00 Kempton – Maiden Auction Stakes

    Emefdream 11 <br>Hucking Hill 72<br>Rippling River 68<br>Mac Gille Eoin 52<br>Piccolo Prezzo 47<br>Diminuto

    None of the newcomers appeal to me and the one that is top-rated, Hucking Hill, is the selection. There is a suggestion it will not be over its last race but I don’t buy this. 9/4 seems perfectly fair and I’ll be having a nice bet on it

    2pts Hucking Hill @ 9/4<br>

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    FlatSeasonLoverFlatSeasonLover
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    Quote: from FlatSeasonLover on 11:36 pm on April 20, 2006[br]This is the record of my tips for each three types of racing since January 1st 2006 (The search function won’t go back further)

    NH Racing

    Staked 210pts<br>Returned 204.9pts<br>Profit -5.1pts (42.5pts were lost at the Cheltenham festival so If I’d not got involved there I’d be 37pts up)<br>% -2.4

    AW Racing

    Staked 99pts<br>Returned 135.2pts<br>Profit 36.2pts<br>% +36.6

    Turf Racing

    Staked 34pts<br>Returned 31.15pts<br>Profit -2.85pts<br>% -8.4

    So that bandit racing I despise is turnover a nice profit while that turf racing I’m supposed to be good at is losing me money by 8.4%. I think I’ll have to be called dirt lover from now on.

    Anyway moving on to tomorrow and there are several 2yo races for me to look at.

    <br>Thirsk 2:30 – 5f Novice Stakes

    Spoof Master has a rating of 80 for its Brocklesby win and that should be sufficient in most fields. However the price of 4/5 is skinny and it is given weight to its rivals. With this in mind I’m going to oppose it with two of the others

    The two I like are Avertuoso and Lovelace. Both are well bred and the prices are so much more tempting. However it would not be a surprise if Spoof Master won this nicely.

    1pt Averuoso @ 7/1 (tissue but may be optimistic)<br>1pt Lovelace @ 10/1 (Betfair)

    1:40N – Suhayl Sat rated 65 – shouldn’t win but can’t predict the outcome (No bet)

    7:00 Kempton – Maiden Auction Stakes

    Emefdream 11 <br>Hucking Hill 72<br>Rippling River 68<br>Mac Gille Eoin 52<br>Piccolo Prezzo 47<br>Diminuto

    None of the newcomers appeal to me and the one that is top-rated, Hucking Hill, is the selection. There is a suggestion it will not be over its last race but I don’t buy this. 9/4 seems perfectly fair and I’ll be having a nice bet on it

    2pts Hucking Hill @ 9/4<br>

    1st Lovelace 11/2 2f<br>2nd Spoof Master 8/11f

    +9pts

    Kempton

    1st Hucking Hill 11/4 2f<br>2nd Rippling River 5/4f<br>3rd Moguk Ruby 20/1

    +4.5pts

    Total Profit +13.5pts

    ps Thanks to the mug who layed Lovelace at 15.0 for me on Betfair:biggrin:

    (Edited by FlatSeasonLover at 10:11 pm on April 21, 2006)

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