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Thanks guys.<br>I’ve heard good things about Braddocks book and having trawled through celebrity q&a’s on here, note that Dr. Peter seems to like it.
Obviously if it proves to be too much of an itellectual wrestle, I’ll opt for the one with the nice pictures-Do you know if they’re in colour??:biggrin:
No probs mate<br>I can’t do them everyday,but will endeavour to help as time (and Mrs. Garvee:biggrin: ) permits.<br>Checking any sort of list day in day out is enough to boggle anyone’s head, so good on you for putting them up each day.
PS I couldn’t find any at Wolves either.
Des,<br>I wasn’t sure, so erred on the side of caution-Just as well!!:biggrin:
I agree with the ones you’ve put up, but I’ve got the following as well:-
Lingfield<br>3.00 Francis Cadell-trained by David Loder<br>Loder is on the list as 3yo AND older horses-3.00 is a 3yo race
5.35 Dance on the Top<br> Admiral Compton<br>both trained by JR Boyle-list says 4yo+ h/cps<br>5.35 is a 4yo+ hcp.
How about Chimali in the 2.25? <br>Trained by JR Boyle<br>The list says JR Boyle 4yo+ H/cps<br>This race is a 3y0+ hcp but Chimali at 4yo is the youngest.<br>would this qualify?
Quote: from Des911 on 2:34 pm on Mar. 12, 2005[br]None at Wolverhampton tomorrow
How about Ruby Sunrise in the 2.50?
Trained by Gay Kellaway-3yo and older maiden races only.
2.50 is a 3yo+ maiden.
Quote: from Seagull on 10:00 pm on Dec. 12, 2004[br]y
<br>jarvis Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â w. Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â 3 yo and older races<br>8-30 Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â 26.6% s/r Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â l.sp. +30.5
AND seems to be the relevant word.
Dave<br>Received the spreadsheet and have sent you an e-mail-I think!!- Microsoft Outlook being a bit tempremental!!<br>If you didn’t get it , please accept my thanks.<br>Regards<br>Garvee
A & DJ<br>Thanks for the prompt and helpful replies:
Quote: from Artemis on 7:03 pm on Oct. 3, 2004[br]. I might add that ‘lazy’ punters are always welcome in any betting establishment, <br>Spoken like a true ex-bookie Artemis!!:biggrin:
Dave , thanks for explaining the way to factor in class-I know you mentioned it before when talking about AM. but this explanation has made it a lot clearer and given me something to work with.<br>Thank you both once again.<br>Kind Regards<br>Garvee
<br>Blimey!! Long time since I posted on here!<br>Really interesting thread-With regard producing prices from ratings , I don’t know if the following link is of any use to you <br>http://www.thesaturdaysteeplechase.co.uk/.
If you click on their DIY race, you are presented with a calculator that will turn the ratings into "true odds" and from there it’s fairly simple to frame your own prices.I’ve used it quite a few times (with some success) simply by inputting the aforementioned Mr. Massey’s ratings.<br>Anyway, just a thought and apologies if you’re already familiar with this site or if I’ve breached site rules by mentioning it.<br>All the best.
Sorry Steve<br>2 u/p’s and a 3rd-Looks like I’ve put the kiss of death on it!<br>Garvee:angry:
Steve<br>Certainly did!! Well done with this. I make Greta D’Argent in 12-45 a selection today.<br>Regards<br>Garvee:biggrin:
Steve<br>Sorry my mistake-I was taking SF to be spotform horse instead of "strongly fancied"-Whoops!<br>Garvee:o
Steve<br>Was Sharp Seal in 1-15 at Fontwell a selection?<br>Regards<br>Garvee;)
It left me with the feeling that I’d very much like to go to bed with Gay Kellaway!
I’ll get my coat!!
Sorry boys,<br>But I think that’s a bit unfair slagging off Gummy racing.The one forum is still free to existing members and the other forum is free to all-Plenty of high quality information on the site if you’re prepared to look around.<br>Personally, I’ve always found them very useful and have never paid a penny.<br>Garvee