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Zoso

Postby Zoso on 02 Feb 2008, 00:43

Its probably because Wetherby and Doncaster are unlikely to go ahead so they had to put Lingfield in as it definitely will.

Channel 4 will show the Lingfield races in the likely event Donny and Wetherby are off.

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Zoso

Postby Zoso on 02 Feb 2008, 00:49

:lol: :wink:

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carvillshill

Postby carvillshill on 02 Feb 2008, 01:07

Don't disagree with your selections but admire your optimism that you're going to get it up in one line!

I've just spent the past four hours attempting a perm and have given up- I'd need to be Harry Findlay to have a chance tomorrow- hoping for another rollover!

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Postby MikkyMo73 on 02 Feb 2008, 01:19

carvillshill wrote:Don't disagree with your selections but admire your optimism that you're going to get it up in one line!

I've just spent the past four hours attempting a perm and have given up- I'd need to be Harry Findlay to have a chance tomorrow- hoping for another rollover!



Carvills, how do you find the place part of the Scoop 6 compared to the tote placepot?

About two years ago I permed a Scoop 6 to £64, mianly because I was confident of getting all my selections placed. I did get them all placed and only three of the six races had a favourite in the frame, yet I picked up around £50 from the place part of the bet - made a loss overall.

I've never done the Scoop 6 again mainly because I'm never going to get six winner with the outlay I'm prepared to spend, and I wasn't at all impressed with the dividend that the place pool paid. However, I haven't followed it for months.

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Bulwark

Postby Bulwark on 02 Feb 2008, 01:38

Mine would probably be:

235 - The tother one

310 - Lead On or Hobbs Hill (also fear the market man)

345 - Caribou

215 - Mataram

245 - Invasion

320 - Johnstown lad or Fyodor

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carvillshill

Postby carvillshill on 02 Feb 2008, 12:38

Funny you should ask MM, Ihadn't done it for ages before last week and was unsure if the place bet still existed. Rang the Tote during the bet last week and the operator thought it didn't. Thought no more about it until I looked in my account today and we'd won the place divvy 24 times- a nice bonus! It paid about 180 quid, which I thought wasn't bad considering the results.

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apracing

Postby apracing on 02 Feb 2008, 18:06

Marb,

Phil Smith does the staying chasers - I think your displeasure should be aimed at David Dickinson who covers hurdlers from 2M to 2M 3.5F.

Info from the BHA website.

Entirely agree with your point though - I'm sure it'll be a long time before Brendan Powell runs a horse from 8lbs out of the handicap again.

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graysonscolumn

Postby graysonscolumn on 02 Feb 2008, 19:48

apracing wrote:I think your displeasure should be aimed at David Dickinson who covers hurdlers from 2M to 2M 3.5F.



He really ought to stick to TV shows about antiques.

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seabird

Postby seabird on 02 Feb 2008, 20:51

Well, Jeremy, he would have heard from me if you hadn't got in before me. :roll:

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