Free Daily Post: 04/05/18 (complete)

A quiet day again from me…

Nothing again from me today. 

Below is a pic taken this morning of Blessed To Empress at Amy’s yard, who won for us at Chelmsford last night at a stonking 16/1! The price was irrelevant mind. I was there and have never felt emotion like that before, not even when Liverpool won the Champions League. I’m still on cloud 9. What a girl. 

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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. Thursday’s Top Rated :

    7.50 Chelmsford : Rebel Assault u/p
    4.00 Lingfield : Insurgence 2nd
    6.40 Musselburgh : Soldiers Minute u/p
    3.50 Southwell : Monks Stand u/p
    We had the winner at Redcar, but it doesn’t count.

    0/4 and -4.00pts ==> 2/8 (25%) for -0.44pts (-5.5%)

    Friday :
    6.40 Cheltenham – Barel Of Laughs
    3.30 Chepstow – Statuario ***no bet, unless the other pulls out***
    3.30 Chepstow – Tallow ***no bet, unless the other pulls out***
    2.50 Lingfield – Crossing The Line
    4.40 Musselburgh – Trading Point
    7.30 Newcastle – Von Blucher

    1. Thursday Top RPR rated:

      16:00 Lingfield – Insurgance -> PLACED but NO BET
      16:00 Lingfield – Zamjaer – > PLACED but NO BET
      15:40 Redcar – Poets Prince -> PLACED
      15:20 Southwell – Victory Wave -> PLACED
      19:30 Clonmel – All’s Quiet -> UP but NO BET
      19:30 Clonmel – Hareth -> PLACED but NO BET
      18:40 Musselburgh – Soldiers Minute -> UP
      19:20 Chelmsford – Seniority -> WON but NO BET
      19:20 Chelmsford – Chiefofchiefs -> UP but NO BET

      0/3 on the day -3pt, overall +0.485pts 50% SR

      Todays RPR Top rated:
      14:50 Lingfield – Crossing the Line
      Chepstow has 6 on 90 so unlikely any bet there
      Musselburgh 4 on 94 in the 14:40 so unlikely any bet
      18:30 Cork – Courtncatcher -> NO BET unless the other is NR
      18:30 Cork – Rooster Byron -> NO BET unless the other is NR
      20:25 Cheltenham – Salubrious
      19:30 Newcastle – Golden Steps -> NO BET unless the other is NR
      19:30 Newcastle – Robero -> NO BET unless the other is NR
      19:30 Newcastle – War Department -> NO BET unless the other is NR

    2. 1121… you hit an Each Way 4-fold or a banging Lucky 15

      3.30 Southwell was a forecast too.
      Tote win: £3.80 PL: £2.20 £1.90 Ex: £15.40 CSF: £13.34

  2. AW BETS
    Newcastle
    5.45 Rainbow Rebel
    6.20 Supreme Power
    7.30 Robero
    8.05 Aguerooo
    8.05 Tigerwolf

  3. thanks colin very glad that between you and josh we keep a smile on our face
    plus some cash in pockets/purses

  4. An early football bet for Sunday – Bolton, who are one off the bottom of the Championship and so need to win, are at home to Forest, who are safe and in good form. Bolton have won only one from 12 but Forest are readily available at 4/1.

  5. Sunday promises to be a cliffhanger in The Championship – they call it the most competitive League in the world, they are not kidding.

    The Computer has also thrown out some fascinating top v bottom battles with so much on them.

    Cardiff (automatic) if they win v Reading (in free fall but may just have just enough with goals difference a plus)

    Birmingham (having dispensed with pay x5 the odds for any player Harry and blame Harry for everything Steve, who followed Mr useless Zola have improved under May but still squeaky bum for 3rd time in 5 seasons) v Fulham (on long winning run but who have to win and hope Cardiff slip up to avoid lottery of play offs where team finishing 3rd often struggle)

    Derby (in with good chance of play offs and need point at least) v Barnsley (poor til shock win last week and who realistically need to win but decent goal difference)

    Preston (need Derby to lose but in with chance of play offs) v Burton (dead and buried 4 weeks ago; benefited from worst referring decision you will ever see when clearly good goal disallowed to grab a point at Birmingham and since 3 wins on the bounce. Burton could manage incredible escape IF Bolton and Barnsley dont win or even if one of them does win and Birmingham or Reading lose.

    Bolton v Notts Forest; Bolton have been dire for weeks, losing a succession of “6 pointers” v rivals round them. Foerest as you say “nothing to play for” but relaxed teams can thrive – a game where first goal is vital.

    So many sub-plots, IF Cardiff get early lead and goals, what do Fulham do, do they tactically wthdraw best players and save for play-offs?.

    How do Bolton, Barnsley; Burton and Birmingham approach games, logically (with Sunderland down) Bolton have most to gain from “going for it”, due to goal difference (minus 10 with Birmingham and minus 21 with Barnsley) Burton have to try to win but if Bolton dont win and Barnsley lose, a point is good enough for them. Birmingham, who have got advantage of massive home support and recent home form good, do they go for a win against a side who could kill them on counter, or keep it tight, hoping sides below them don’t win – knowing Bolton have inferior goal difference so would need to win and 4 goal turnaround and Barnsley and Bolton both need to win.

    It is the type of League where bottom sides could easily all win as pressure is surely most on Cardiff and Fulham with massive £100m + at stake, but no less pressure on sides at bottom who not that long ago (exception of Burton) all in Premiership.

    Great if your side is not involved, some great value betting options if you back lower sides at good odds in a few accumulators, for those of us involved – an absolute 2 hours of torture!…could it get worse??..

    Well as a Birmingham fan we have “cheated death” at Bolton and Bristol City in 2 of past 4 seasons, surely the luck has to run out. Quite bizarre and unique position with bcfc is when “chips are down” our support rises, I recall 1995 16 games without a win under Barry Fry and gates went UP!…but I have a very nasty feeling about this year, we wasted MILLIONS giving Redknapp a cheque book and relegation is a real possibility…

    My heart says Birmingham survive, my head says Cardiff go up; Fulham and Derby in play offs; Bolton win but go down on G/D and Burton win to survive with Barnsley and Birmingham sweating for up to 100 minutes for the final relegation spot….and to cap it all, the Referee at St Andrews on Sunday – Stuart Attwell…could end up 7 a side as you know that pillock will want to be centre of attention as usual…

    As the song goes…keep right on…

  6. I’m a Bolton fan and we’ve been awful since seemingly making ourselves safe by beating Villa.

    Plenty of twists and turns along the way yet to come, but I think we’ll make it (just!).

  7. I wish you the very best Traf, nothing worse than relegation; and fans of all sides have my utmost respect and no gloating whatever the result as this can have massive implications for some previously very solid Premiership Clubs. I think with the exception of Burton, who bless them continue to punch massively above their weight, that all the others (and Sunderland) can point at gross mis-management in the Boardroom and in the dug-out over recent years, so may we (suffering fans)all hopefully get what we want.

    We need to look at the likes of Burnley and Bournemouth as glowing role models of what good Boardrooms and Management CAN DO! and just keep dreaming.

    Regards.

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