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Trainer/jockey combo – Live Test

3.00 Catt – Cracking Find (12/1<)



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    Apologies for the messing about but had a horrific fall on black ice on friday night[Sober]Doctors and Hospital yesterday found out my skull is as thick as my skin.

    Farmers Insurance Open
    Mark Leishman 1point EW 1/5 7 25/1 CO 1/5 6 25/1 BF SB
    Torrey Pines suits Mark having won in 2010 and 2014 and he finished 20th last year from being 5th after round three.
    Tony Finau 1 point EW 1/5 7 33/1 CO PP BO BFSB
    Another one this course suits for over the last 3 years Tony finished T24 T18 and last year T4 lets hope that is improvement continues.
    Information only top rated player Jon Rahm who was also top rated last week.
    Torrey Pines is a fantastic tournament and you cannot rule out Justin Rose and Jason Day who have both played well here in the past.

    1. Hi Colin, glad to see you are ok after your slip. Hopefully the weather picks up sonn and we can get out on the course ourselves and get back to hacking out of the rough.

      In the Farmers I like Gary Woodland at 50/1 ( a good solid player who regularly competes and may be suited by the course) and my tip for 2018 Ollie Schneiderjans 50/1, who has started the season solidly.

      In Dubai I like Tyrell Hatton 25/1 (started the season solidly and goes well in the Emirates) and Alex Levy at 50/1+ (He does blow hot and cold but if he is on a streak challenges).

      Good luck.

  2. for those of you who haven’t taken up Josh’s offer of 7 weeks for £7 membership yet all i can say is give it whirl, i joined on such an offer just over a year ago and just wish i had found R2P earlier. there is a vast amount of information available from Josh and other members to do with as you please, i can honestly say that as a punter of over 40 years it is the most honest and informative site i have come across. personally i have found a way of using the info that is profitable and suits me but admitabally not for everyone.
    so why not come over we a pretty decent and friendly bunch.

    1. cheque is in the post Martin haha, cheers, I do like such unprompted feedback! 🙂
      yep it certainly isn’t for everyone but that’s the point of the trial, and I can always do better to plot a path forward but would like to think if you are patient and willing to engage, taking your time to plot a path, you’ll find something that wins you a bit of money, find you a few nice priced winners to cheer, and ultimately adds to your enjoyment of racing. Many do just wish to be told what horse to back which is fair enough, but there is an approach out there for everyone. Thankfully for me there are enough people like you who, after some time, really enjoy the approach and stay for quite a while. I’ll keep chipping away.
      In truth I have exhausted my current email list, everyone that wants to have tried it by now will have. I’d best get working on a proper external launch to introduce it to some new faces!

  3. Colin

    Sounds horrific and great to hear x-rays and scans are fine.

    Sure they told you this but please take care of any possible deep seated concussion. It can creep up on you and is horrible; know from painful experience of my youth. Best to take it easy for another week or so.

    GL with the golf tips…

  4. copied from last night member site.

    C 1.20 Young Tom e/w @8
    Don’t normally look at odds this low but worth a bet in case it causes an upset. Should be a bet for nothing with t/j team aiming to replicate last years win in the race.

    C 3.55 Applaus @ 8-9/1
    Another low odds and only 2 places. Both favs on chase debut. Applaus ran a decent 2nd with same jock over fences a month ago and winner has followed up since.


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