Free Daily Post: 31/03/18 (complete)

update… no tips..

TIPS

None. I am off to a wedding early Sat (with wedding related plans Friday evening also) and simply don’t have the time to do any cards justice, which is annoying given there is plenty to attack. But, life has got in the way this weekend! I hope to attack the Irish Grand National on Monday, so we have that to ‘look forward’ to! 

 

Nothing else today 

 

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Do join in the conversation below, we're a friendly bunch.. all questions welcome, and do share your selections or thoughts

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  1. ITV7.
    Haydock
    2-05. Crievehill 5-2 can defy a 9lb hike in the weights for his 20l win lto, £10 win
    2-40. Chti Balko 7-1 a c/d winner back in December highly tried since and drops back to a class 2 should be in the mix £5 ew.
    3-15. Wicked Willy 7-1 gets his ideal conditions here worth a shot at the price £5 ew
    Muss
    1-50. Hayadh 10-1 trip and conditions look perfect £5 ew
    2-25. Caspian Prince 6-1 Prolific winning sprinter who has scored at Listed level and makes more sense than Alpha Delphini 11-8 at the price but not a max bet £2 ew
    3-00. Ayethaya 3-1 looks very classy and has every chance £5 win, Breaking Records 10-1 could be the ew value £2 ew.
    3-35.Mount Tahan 16-1 £5 ew
    Euchen Glen 20-1 £2ew
    Mirsaale 16-1 £1 ew
    skybet paying 4 places so worth backing all 3 looking for a net profit.

  2. Just one 2yo race today 4.10 at Musselburgh. No bet as it has only 4 runners of which 3 are joint top rated. At present I Am A Dreamer for Mark Johnston is shortest. Both his runners yesterday were sent off favourite and were maybe a bit short of peak condition although both placed.
    1. I Am A Dreamer, Bengali Spirit, Mayson Mac.
    Hugh

  3. AW BETS
    Kempton
    4.55 Tomily
    5.30 Ascot Day
    Chelmsford
    6.45 Temasek Star
    8.15 Mother Of Dragons

    Golf all three players have made the cut

    1. The bet in the golf is a Ricky Fowler lay, as he tends to bottle it in the end. The Russell
      Henley v Tony Finau match is nicely poised at -4. With the Master next week the bigger players not in contention will begin to tail off. Cabrero Bello badly missed the cut and so will be at Augusta early for additional practice.

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