Festival DAY 2: Main Post (COMPLETE)

1.TIPS: Summary

2.Intro/re cap

3.Micro Systems/Angles: Qualifiers

4.TIPS: Race Previews (inc shortlists)

5.Any Other Thoughts

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1.TIPS: Summary (COMPLETE: ALL TIPS x8)  

PLEASE REMEMBER… to REFRESH THE PAGE... to check the Section 1 heading above and the brackets next to Tips: Summary… until you read (COMPLETE) in those brackets, there is the possibility of more tips, with a 10.30 am cut off on the day of racing. If you want to make sure , then check in after 10.30 am on the day if you can, before race 1. I tried to make that clear on Day 1 🙂 

 

ALL TIPS NOW COMPLETE…. THERE ARE 8 OF THEM BELOW… INCLUDING AN ADDITION TO THE CORAL CUP… 

 

1.30 

#1 City Island – 1 point win – 9/1 (coral/BV/Lad) 8/1 (gen) 15/2 (Skybe/money back offer) WON 9/1>8/1 

 

2.10 RSA 

NO TIPS IN THIS RACE 

 

2.50 Coral Cup

#2 Brio Conti – 1 point win – 12/1 (SkyB/Lad/BV) (15.00 BetfExch) 4th

#3 Tully East – 1 point win – 20/1 (gen) (36.00 BetfExc) UP

#4 Knight In Dubai – 1 point win– 33/1 (Bet365/SkyB) 28/1 (gen) (34.0 BetfExch) UP

#5 Scarpeta – 1 point win – 22/1 (WH) , 20/1 (gen) UP

 

4.10 

#6 Auvergnat – 1 point win – 8/1 (SkyB/BV/Boyle) 15/2 / 7/1 (the rest) UP

 

4.50 The Fred Winter

#7 Got Trumped – 1 point win – 25/1 (SkyB/BV/Coral) (29.00 BetfExc) UP

#8 La Sorelita – 1 point win – 22/1 (WH/BetfS/PP/Uni) 20/1 (others) (24.00 BetExc) UP

 

 

THAT IS IT> ALL TIPS NOW POSTED > THERE WONT BE ANYMORE . 08.56

 

2.Intro/re cap

Running Total: 1/8, 1p, +6 points (races: 1/3 )

A better Day 1 than i’ve had before so I won’t complain too much, similar to last year, but i’ve had a couple of blanks before. Looking back… I suppose at the prices Le Breuil is the annoying one, reading the stats summary back, the filtered list of 3, and indeed when thinking about the jockey! 14s. It could have been that simple at the prices in that race, a bit of clouded thinking there. Pauling in form, the horse had some consistent form inc over 3m and a graded level. Anyway, I’ve got him wrong, so moving on. There’s always a few of those over the week, the nature of the beast however much I try to land on them all.  It could have been a better day, it could have been worse. A couple of winners at 6/1 and 10/1 for the ‘through the card’ notes, for change in race types that I dont look at any other time of year really. Onto Wednesday, and to find a big priced handicap hurdle winner!

 

3.Micro Systems/Angles: Qualifiers

2.50 

Tully East (m2) (late addition) 

Bold Plan (m6, 12/1<)

Brio Conti (m6)

Canardier (m6)

Highest Sun (m6)

Dancing On My Own (m1)

Bleu Berry (m8, 33/1<)

Cracking Smart (m8)

Diamond Cauchois (m1, m8)

Scarpeta (m8)

Uradel (m8, m2)

Vision Des Flos (m6, m9)

Farclas (m9)

Killultagh Vic (m9)

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3.30 

Saint Calvados (m4)

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4.50

Chief Justice (m8, m1)

Got Trumped (m1, m9)

Lethal Steps (m9)

 

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5.30 

Thor De Cerisy (m4)

 

4.TIPS: Race Previews (inc shortlists)

1.30 

City Island…

I decided to leave the RSA as I think one of the top 3 wins but I didn’t know which one and none are exactly big prices. So, with those 2 points that i’d pencilled in for that race i’ve decided to have a go at this one and the X Country.

This horse is second in on official ratings and in general in G1s that’s the end you want to be at… this horse really could be anything and in my preview notes i jotted down Jamie Codd’s praise for him, highlighting him as a potential star. His racing post ratings for his last start are comparable with the two at the head of the market. Then there is the owner… he sponsor’s this race, and this has been the plan all year for the horse. At his best he’s a slick jumper and a strong traveller who should relish these conditions. The times on the hurdles track yesterday (6-8 seconds below standard for most of them) suggest that this ground isn’t horrendous, and maybe on the better side of soft – I don’t think the ground will be an excuse for him but at 8s i’ll roll the dice. Then there is the trainer who seems to know what to do with a good horse. He was the trainer of Nickname… I think that’s the same Nickname who’s sired plenty of nice chasers many trained by Nicholls. Anyway, in G1s he’s 3/15,4p… G1/G2 he’s 11/45, 13p.. he seems to know when to pitch one of his into this level of opposition. The horse should stay 3m in time which could help here and Mark Walsh is superb, and should be confident after yesterday.

It could be one of the top two are too good, and I may need to see the doctor given I haven’t got a single Gordon Elliot horse onside today – we shall see if that’s foolish or not! He had a couple run well enough yesterday to suggest he’ll bounce in some winners soon enough.

Sam’s Profile… was another interesting one and after the preview circuits I did have £5 on for fun at 16s. I do like Mouse Morris at Festival’s as he is selective, and even more so now. If this one wins I will be a bit annoyed but on official ratings he has loads to find, he’s had 66 days off and he didn’t jump great the last twice. Maybe on this ground/track he will improve but i’ve gone with the winning machine who’s raced more recently and who going into this race is officially and 8lb better horse. I wouldn’t put anyone off a nibble on him, and if you have a Skybet account there’s options there, if backing the main selection elsewhere. 

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2.50 Coral Cup

Brio Conti – the Paul Nicholls’ charge just looks solid here and it was about time the English won this again, having been dominated by the Irish on the last three renewals. In terms of his unexposed nature he has a perfect profile for this, not hitting the number of runs stats and a few others no doubt but he is a micro qualifier above, so some stats logic at least. This one surprised connections LTO at Ascot, PN having told the owner not to have a penny on. I get the impression he was 80% fit or so, and he’s come on a bundle since. If that’s the case then not only was that performance impressive (front two some way clear also) but he should still have stacks in hand. He’s everything you want in a Festival handicap hurdler – a strong traveller, who’s tactically versatile and touch-wood a very sound jumper. He’s got experience of the track in Dec 16, over too short , and they probably made too much use of him. He hacked up at Kempton in March 17 in an ok race, before being pitched into a G1 at Aintree where he ran ok, trapped wide, but travelled at G1 pace until 2 out. Soft ground doesn’t look to hold any fears although a niggle, and unlike many in here he does just arrive fit and in-form. I think he’s well handicapped still and will have more in hand than many in here. I hope they settle him off what could be a strong pace, and sweep around the outside turning in, storming up the rail! The yard are going well, they have won this race before, and everything looks set for a big run. While the 10 year record isn’t great, horses have won having run at Ascot LTO in the history of the race, so as a prep track for this it isn’t awful.

Tully East – an old favourite of RTP, as past Festival winners often are, winning the Close Brothers for us two years ago. The year before that he came 4th in the Martin Pipe, probably striking for home far too soon. He’s lightly raced for his age and 9 year olds have won this historically. This is only his 10th hurdle and 5th in handicap hurdles. Everything screams to me that this has been a plot for his in-form trainer, and I just couldn’t leave him. He hits the Leopardstown LTO micro above also. I have no doubt he’s very well handicapped off 138, given his chase high of 148, and three starts back in Feb 18 he’d have gone very close to winning a decent handicap chase off 144 but for clouting a fence late on. 138 is the same mark of his Festival win and I just think he will relish these conditions. This is his trip and ground for me, having raced over 16f on Good the last twice, over hurdles. He stayed on well enough LTO having unsurprisingly got outpaced. There’s plenty of pace on paper in this and I prefer handicap hurdlers ridden with patience at the Festival (I like my chasers to be further forward generally). I think they will bury him and creep into it, storming up the hill after the last. With luck in running I think he will be bang there. The jockey is 1/5,3p in Festival handicap hurdles, and rode Blow By Blow to victory for Elliot last year. The trainer is 2/7,4p in the last 14 days and this one looks primed to strike for me.

Knight In Dubai – well he hits the stats shortlist of 5, is unexposed, has been aimed at the race, and fits the trainer’s MO for how he targets handicap hurdles here. The yard are going well and he was 33/1. I couldn’t resist. He has a similar profile to Long House Hall who placed in this for them in 2016. He was unexposed over hurdles, had a brief try over fences, and then returned after an absence and very nearly won, off 140. This horse is going to relish these conditions. He wants soft ground and having watched back a few runs could improve massively for having a strong pace to sit off. That run 5 starts ago at Warwick is very good form… he was keen that day and faded late. The race was won by Mr Whipped who’s now rated 145+. The second that day was a certain Paisley Park – banker of the week! (price far too short now) – and he’s turned out to be fairly decent. Last time out he ran a decent race at Newbury, having got outpaced on better ground, which isn’t what he wants. He only just lost out and was coming back at the line. He ran in last year’s Ballymore when clearly outclassed and just a big baby still I think. Skelton is 4/17,9p in handicap hurdles here with horses returning 60+ days, and while I will no doubt put the mockers on him, I suspect he’ll be the most exciting 25s+ shot tipped this week. I’m expecting a big run. He could be too fresh of course but his trainer reports him in fine form, and as I said the pace should help here. Hopefully he settles early, as we will have some fun if he does.

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I have some very strong views about a few of the others in this that will no doubt leave me red faced but I don’t really like any of the other Irish challengers.

Scarpeta…  

I’ve had a re-think with my morning eyes… I still think the below but the other way to look at him, in the context of him being 20s.. is that a) he’s the only horse to hit all the stats pointers b) he’s trained by Willie Mullin’s who’s horses have come alive again here/in these softer conditions c) he also hits micro 8 which is solid d) the best run of his life was here at last year’s Festival in the Ballymore- decent form e) he gets softer ground again, and the CP ‘may’ improve his jumping, and avoid the odd scrappy one he throws in f) it’s the biggest field he’s run in since here last year and it could be that unlocks the necessary improvement g) finally… the jockey has ridden a few top 6 finishes here in the handicap hurdles. It is all about price, and initially last night I was a bit anti him. But given all of the above, I’d be distraught given my approach if he went in at 20s!

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I’ve no doubt got the odd one wrong but… Scarpeta – I dont think he looks well handicapped and I don’t like the way he jumps – he can smack a hurdle, and this sort of race may find i him out. Horses wearing headgear in this have a poor record and it’s not a race for those that have mental misgivings. Historically at least. I don’t rate the form of his recent runs and he seems to have regressed from his fine 4th in last year’s Ballymore. What with the jockey being 0/28 here I reluctantly scrubbed him off my list. He’d have to be smart to win this from 151, and I don’t think he is. He is the only one to hit all my stats and no doubt I won’t resist some change on the machine in case i’ve made a howler, but I like to take strong views on the oppo. Cue him taking it up at the last hard held!

I can’t have Cracking Smart having watched his last two runs back- I don’t like his head carriage under pressure and he just looks a slow boat to me. Another who I may have wrong from the Elliot team, but I preferred Brio at the same price. Maybe it’s been a plot but he’s another with headgear on. As is Farclas who they keep trying different things with, but he doesn’t arrive in any sort of form at all, and I can leave him off 151, at these odds. Always dangerous given the jockey. Dancing On My Own… clearly his form has been franked in spectacular fashion on Tuesday, suggesting he’s well handicapped – but he’s very inexperienced for a test like this, has yet to win, steps up in trip, and has a ground concern also. He could also be in the wrong place on the front end. I just didn’t like him at 14s but he is on the trends shortlist also and if he relishes these conditions he’s clearly thrown in. I’ve no idea how he’ll cope in a battle.

I couldn’t have the rest for various reasons, plenty either not looking good enough, out of form, or in the grips of the handicapper, open to attack from anything with more in hand.

Bleu Berry won this for us last year at 28s but now needs a career best and doesn’t arrive in the best of form. He’s 5lb higher than last year for a narrow victory and i’d like to think something will be better treated.

I can leave Uradel at 5/1. A ridiculous price. If he hacks up then so be it but he has a stamina concern, and a ground niggle. He has it to prove anyway for me, and the day I stop taking on 5/1 shots in Festival handicap hurdles will be the day to give up. If he wins then so be it.

Of course I may not have mentioned the winner but I can’t be bothered to write any more for now 🙂

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4.10 

Auvergnat…

I thought he was worth a go here for the master X Country trainer who wouldn’t mind winning this race again. He came 4th in this last year and has enough experience of the track, albeit has come down twice when inexperienced at the track. Last year he’d had a hard race the month before and he’s been given a different prep this time. That, combined with the blinkers, may help him get closer to Tiger Roll… the blinkers had a dramatic affect LTO, bolting up in a very competitive handicap chase. On official ratings, the top two in the market are miles clear here. IF he gets round, and runs his race, I think  he will give the fav most to think about. They could be 1-2. He will also appreciate the much softer ground here, and while Tiger Roll will also, again it could help him get closer – this could be even more testing than last year.

Tiger Roll – clearly he’s the one to beat but his price is short for any horse here this week and even more so around this track/distance! Last year was clearly the time to back him in this, but IF he runs his race I could be in trouble, but on official ratings there’s only 1lb between them. He hacked up LTO over hurdles when 75% fit I think, and he’s just one of the most likeable horses in training. He’s fancied already for The Grand National and if he hacks up here his price may shorten again. I did think he was worth taking on, and i’d rather throw a dart at the selection at 8s than agonise over a 7/2 shot in the RSA. It’s the right connections for this race, and provided he doesn’t come down I should get a good spin for my money. I’d have him shorter here

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4.50 

Got Trumped – ratings/weight wise he’s historically in the wrong place but i’m always nervous about ratings/weight stats in handicaps here, they are only ever a guide and shouldn’t be a reason to exclude a horse. This one does hit micro 1 at least, which before this year was 10/33, 17p, +92 in the last 5 years – he ran in a Sir Erec’s G1 LTO and ran ok to a point, not finding much room on the rail, before being outpaced. His trainer has said that he needs/would improve plenty, for softer conditions, which he gets here. He has been racing on a firm enough surface like plenty in Ireland and over here, and some of them will just take a massive leap forward for encountering soft. The long term strategy for this race is to focus on horses 20s/25s +, as it has so many big priced winners, and while this year may go to a shorty, I thought he was overpriced. Jessie knows the time of day with Festival runners, and is 3/23,7p with 4 year old’s in handicap hurdles in recent years. Her record with handicap debutants is also decent. This horse has a big field maiden win to his name and his flat form suggests the softer the better. I think we could see a different horse here and his hardiness could count for plenty.

La Sorelita – a trends shortlist horse, Willie Mullins > handicap hurdle> Paul Townend > 20/1+ . I mean I couldn’t leave her could I. Incidentally fillies are 1/6 in this. I think the ground could transform her here, her first run on ground with cut in since her runs/wins in France. LTO she was still travelling well on the front end when getting a hurdle wrong and losing her back end. Game over, but she plugged on. Mullins puts a 1st TT on, and he’s 4/21,8p when doing that in handicaps in the last 5 years. I just think the pace of this race may suit, as will the ground, and she may relish this hill. There is more to come from her and she’s the right weight/ratings band for this historically. Mullins hasn’t won this in 12 goes, but most of those have been good ground races and as we’ve seen, his string is usually best on softer ground-  his last runner was in 2016 I think, and he’d have had the 14/1 winner I think but for a crunching fall at the last! (an unfortunate habit for you know who! ahem)

The form of these two ties in with a few of the other Irish raiders. I did think on this ground/this test, that it could go to Ireland this year but I could be wrong. I thought plenty of the brits looked like they wanted better ground and it’s hard to weigh up the level of their form.

I should mention King Dargent and Fox Pro who hit the trends shortlist and are monster odds, much bigger BFSP no doubt. Both sets of connections have it in them to prepare/pick the right horse for this race but the former doesn’t look good enough to my eyes, but comes here fresh, and the latter is so hard to get a handle on.

There has been money for the Nicholl’s horse Dogon, possibly after a positive write up in his betfair column. I couldn’t see it myself but this is clearly one of those races which is a bit of a lottery. It’s probably the hardest handicap of the week for me, given how unexposed they all are and how little there is to go on – something is going to take a massive step forward for this big field/pace/ground/track. Hopefully I’ve picked the right two..

Finally.. I will mention Coko Beach who could be the one i’m most likely to have got wrong. He’s on the stats shortlist, is trained by Elliot , ridden by Kennedy, and in a race Elliot targets. It could be that simple, however at what was 12s I just thought he may lack the experience for a test like this. I think he’s being crying out for softer and does look a brute of a four year old, but how he handle’s this test is a question. He just seemed too obvious for me, but maybe that’s all it needs! He seems to have been tipped up everywhere, but while there should be more to come, I just had a few niggles. Were he 20s+ i’d be having a go for sure. 

Anyway, I didn’t want to tip more than two in this race, and have gone for two at 20s+. Fingers crossed.

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2.10 RSA 

I should just mention that I thought the top 3 in the market would have this between them, but then again we thought that in the Champion Hurdle…

If you want a fun bet in the race, we have two horses below who hit all my stats… Maybe The WORLDS END will cause an almighty shock at 22/1 ?? I couldn’t see it personally, but maybe all the top 3 will fluff their lines – there’s reasons for why they all might I suppose. I couldn’t tip him, esp given his last run, but you never know I suppose. One for fun money, and if he hacks up obviously i’ll be annoyed at not tipping him.

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Stats/Trends Shortlists etc 

Trends…

0-3 runs this class/higher / 5 or fewer career wins / same distance as LTO or move up in trip / 3-6 runs last 365 days / ran 21-90 days ago…

That leaves 9/58, 16p, +136 BFSP the last decade… essentially 9/9 of those with UK/Irish form. There are no runners this year having their first ever run on Irish/UK soil, from France.

Those stats leave just five…

Farclas / Scarpeta / Knight In Dubai / Dancing On My Own / Burbank 

Correction to my stats pack… the stat looking at distance LTO should be 16-16.5f, or 20-21f (not 17-17.5f)… that stats, + winning at least once on last three runs, and 2nd to 8 in the weights, are all positives.

SCARPETA (8/8)  ticks all of those boxes.

The others tick at least once box, with Farclas next in… (7/8)

 

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4.50 ‘Fred Winter’

Irish/French bred / 11-5 or less on back exc claims / 0-1 wins in handicap (1 win only 5/21,5p, within this profile)

That leaves a ‘shortlist’ of 10….

Ciel De Neige (4/6) / Coko Beach (3/6) / Our Power (4/6)/ Maze Runner (3/6)/ Beat The Judge (3/6) / Zizaneur (3/6)/ Fanfan Du Seuil (3/6) / La Sorelita (5/6) / King Dargent (4/6) / Fox Pro (4/6)

There are 6 other stats i’ve used as a filter of sorts but they don’t cover all winners, their score out of 7 is next to their name above.. 7+ runners LTO / 10th or lower in the weights but not bottom / OR 125-134 / won at least once last three / Not same distance as LTO / Not 2nd or 3rd LTO…

 

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2.10 RSA

The stats for this are very small samples, so even more so of a guide as usual.

Irish/GB bred / had run G1 level/ 3-5 runs this season / 4+ career wins … 10/35, 20p, +57  (all 10 winners sent off 16/1<)

That profile leaves just two… The World’s End / Count Meribel

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5.Any Other Thoughts

 

Master Post : HERE>>>

(includes the stats pack etc, including the micros, quals posted in section 3 above)

 

 

‘Through The Card’ 

Well there are not many races left! Altior should win the Champion Chase if running his race, Min proving best of the rest and would be the one to capitalise on any major shock.

In the bumper… I’ve a feeling that the Nicholl’s horse could be very special here.. that’s the one i’d have some money on, Ask For Glory, and he shouldn’t be out the places. As I think about it… Harry Fry had a winner at Exeter that was touted for this, and who on the clock would have been good enough to at least place in every previous running of this – given his connections to the yard, I wonder if the noises are so positive for this one that they decided not to bother! That could just be nonsense of course, but this is a smaller field than normal. Not a race to go mad on, unless you’re close to X connections and you know what you have.

 

In tipped races above, there’s honourable mentions for a few danger horses in the write ups.

In the RSA.. I will just have change on the trends picks, The World’s End should have a better chance than Twister’s horse. BUT, what if all the top 3 fluff their lines? Surely that can’t happen again, but you never know after yesterday. I think one of top 3 will win, but I couldn’t back them at their odds, especially as each one has the odd question for me.

 

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  • Coral Cup:
    Cracking Smart 1pt e/w
    Scarpeta 1pt e/w
    William Henry 1pt e/w

    Rest later but I doubt I will have more than 2 bets across the other races

    nickmazur 12/08/19 5:33 AM Reply


    • Nick the legend!

      mangomasher 12/08/19 5:56 AM Reply


    • Thank you Nick…..phew just got up …..great …great result

      stevet1859 12/08/19 5:56 AM Reply


    • Thanks Nick a whopping 42.79 on BFEX
      Cheers
      Colin

      cleafe 12/08/19 5:56 AM Reply


    • Well done fella, came with a wet sail, thought Ballyandy had it at the last, but, well done, like i always say different gravy you fella!!

      Stewart 12/08/19 5:56 AM Reply


  • Josh
    Do not know how you have time to cover all what you do on RTP must be 25 hours a day, my eyeballs are out on stalks flicking through all the pages.
    Cheers
    Colin.

    cleafe 12/08/19 5:33 AM Reply


  • Coral Cup:
    Cracking Smart 1pt e/w
    Scarpeta 1pt e/w
    William Henry 1pt e/w

    Rest later but I doubt I will have more than 2 bets across the other races

    nickmazur 12/03/19 2:34 PM Reply


    • Nothing else from me tomorrow so just re-posting with prices:

      Cracking Smart Cheltenham 14:50 1pt e/w 12/1
      William Henry Cheltenham 14:50 1pt e/w 33/1
      Scarpeta Cheltenham 14:50 1pt e/w 22/1

      nickmazur 12/03/19 7:21 PM Reply


      • Get in! Thanks Nick!

        maximusbiggus 13/03/19 2:58 PM Reply


      • Oh my. Take a bow!!! Lovely stuff.

        Josh 13/03/19 2:59 PM Reply


      • Awesome, Nick!

        I backed these and also had Wicklow Brave.

        Thanks for posting.

        Eamon

        eamonr7 13/03/19 3:05 PM Reply


      • Brilliant! Thank you!

        chrisiwyg 13/03/19 3:06 PM Reply


      • Cracking selection Nick, managed to get on a whopping 40/1. Well done, much appreciated.

        Cheers,
        Brad

        bradcarr60 13/03/19 3:18 PM Reply


      • Well done Nick, unbelievable tipping!!

        vanesy 13/03/19 6:29 PM Reply


    • Nick the legend!

      mangomasher 13/03/19 2:58 PM Reply


    • Thank you Nick…..phew just got up …..great …great result

      stevet1859 13/03/19 3:09 PM Reply


      • Thanks Nick, a great pick!

        Mark Curtis 13/03/19 3:13 PM Reply


    • Thanks Nick a whopping 42.79 on BFEX
      Cheers
      Colin

      cleafe 13/03/19 3:13 PM Reply


    • Well done fella, came with a wet sail, thought Ballyandy had it at the last, but, well done, like i always say different gravy you fella!!

      Stewart 13/03/19 4:10 PM Reply


  • Josh

    MAZE RUNNER is a NR

    Mike

    mickeydee 12/08/19 5:33 AM Reply


  • Guys,quick question,is the sky bet first race offer of cash back just useable for 1 day or can you do it everyday,seen a few ppl saying the T&Cs are misleading and is only for one 130 race, could anyone advise, i thought it was all 4 130 races but doubting myself now

    Cheers

    SG 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Interesting day yesterday with the selections: Duc Des Genievres, Beware The Bear, winning along with Espor D’Allen being the star of the show returning £26.00 BFSP in an eventual race and Jerrys Back placing as hoped. Yesterday a profit at ISP of 15 points after deducting 19 points for losing bets. Back later once my brain has recovered.

    silver 12/08/19 5:33 AM Reply


  • Well, the lucky last bailed me out of a hole after my shrapnel bets went all over the place!
    Like Josh I wouldn`t even bother with the races on any given Saturday / Sunday, so, why bother now i say, so, with that in mind and me needing to remain focused i will now endeavor to unravel the following races!
    14:50 Cheltenham
    CRACKING SMART 12/1 gen 1pt e/w
    write ups will be briefer this time, smart hurdler, G Elliott, could be anything, was rumored within the Elliott camp to be right up with the top hurdlers within the yard, he is a big horse though and may be going chasing before long, one is needed to get the ball rolling as the Elliott yard go in search of their first Cheltenham winner!
    BALLYANDY 25/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Now, Mr NTD normally doesn`t have a bad Cheltenham and i believe this is one of those pop up at a big price horses that he excels at, the forgotten horse, who really should not be coming up against these type of speed horses, expect STD to be staying on when all the others have cried foul!!
    ERIC LE ROUGE 25/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Now, the jockey ran well on the stablemate Monsieur Le Coq on Saturday and they were looking at running this one on Saturday and came here instead, he is too big t 25/1 and we will fill our boots for a place spot with this fella!!
    16:50 Cheltenham
    PRABENI 25/1 gen 1pt ew
    Will be up with the lead and hopefully should run on for a place, all his best runs have been on good ground, but, he has placed on soft, so, with a decent jock on board, he`s as tough as nails though, so, should stay on up the hill…
    FANFAN DE SEUIL 20/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Another who should stay on up the hill ok, which is what you want in these really fast run Hcp Hurdles…they will go some clip and in the weather it may pay to have a couple of hold up horses…We shall see.
    BEAT THE JUDGE 25/1 1pt e/w
    Ground again is a concern, but, it seems to be that way with all of them, so, at 25/1 this is one of those that will travel well, but, we shall have to see what is under the bonnet when they get to the finishing line.
    17:30 Cheltenham
    ASK FOR GLORY 11/1 1pt win
    Now, he was part of HC`s 4 timer at Ascot the other week and boy did he travel well through the race, HC should again bring him into the race late and 11/1 i feel is too big for this fella.
    THE GLANCING QUEEN 25/1 1pt e/w
    This one came travelling well over C ad D back in November, the ground that day was good though, but, he has form over soft, so, shouldn`t see a problem with that and if the 45 mph winds are anything to go by, the ground could dry out a bit tomorrow….

    As per usual hope all jockeys and horses come back safe and sound and good luck with all your selections tomorrow!

    Stewart 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Lost the will to carry on already so an expected Elliot multiple is in order. It’s odd that in the Coral Cracking Smart is shortening seeing as the stable insiders are very keen on Farclas, so
    Farclas each way @ 14/1 Betfair 6 places.

    chubnut 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Josh
    Do not know how you have time to cover all what you do on RTP must be 25 hours a day, my eyeballs are out on stalks flicking through all the pages.
    Cheers
    Colin.

    cleafe 12/03/19 6:13 PM Reply


  • Josh

    MAZE RUNNER is a NR

    Mike

    mickeydee 12/03/19 6:46 PM Reply


  • Guys,quick question,is the sky bet first race offer of cash back just useable for 1 day or can you do it everyday,seen a few ppl saying the T&Cs are misleading and is only for one 130 race, could anyone advise, i thought it was all 4 130 races but doubting myself now

    Cheers

    SG 12/03/19 6:47 PM Reply


    • It’s every day pal.

      shaungannon87 12/03/19 7:12 PM Reply


    • I’m glad you asked this as I just presumed it was everyday.

      I have asked them on Twitter and will let you know what they say. It’s going to catch a lot of people out if its only once all week but it would be very generous to have it once everyday

      Chris Sengelow 12/03/19 7:29 PM Reply


      • They’ve confirmed its daily

        Chris Sengelow 12/03/19 7:30 PM Reply


        • Cheers for above replies , appreciated

          SG 12/03/19 8:01 PM Reply


  • Interesting day yesterday with the selections: Duc Des Genievres, Beware The Bear, winning along with Espor D’Allen being the star of the show returning £26.00 BFSP in an eventual race and Jerrys Back placing as hoped. Yesterday a profit at ISP of 15 points after deducting 19 points for losing bets. Back later once my brain has recovered.

    silver 12/03/19 7:27 PM Reply


    • Nice one Silver, well done.

      Mark Curtis 12/03/19 7:36 PM Reply


      • Thanks for the comments…just going through the card but on the news (12/03) says Chelt under threat due to strong winds…so will not put anything up at the moment.

        silver 12/03/19 10:37 PM Reply


    • Well done. i also had Beware the Bear and selected Espor D’allen at 26 BFSP, both in my Tipping selections, but sadly didn t actually back the latter as it was one of 14 ( 2 per race) and couldn t possibly back them all as well as my usual espert s selections.

      John Unitt 12/03/19 8:35 PM Reply


      • Thanks for your encouragement…I agree, you cannot back everything and to be honest the carnage in the race helped this to win and was chosen as it had form on the ground….Chelt due to be hit by strong winds which the news (12/03) suggest this could put Chelt in doubt so will wait before putting anything up to see if Chelt is called off.

        silver 12/03/19 10:41 PM Reply


  • Well, the lucky last bailed me out of a hole after my shrapnel bets went all over the place!
    Like Josh I wouldn`t even bother with the races on any given Saturday / Sunday, so, why bother now i say, so, with that in mind and me needing to remain focused i will now endeavor to unravel the following races!
    14:50 Cheltenham
    CRACKING SMART 12/1 gen 1pt e/w
    write ups will be briefer this time, smart hurdler, G Elliott, could be anything, was rumored within the Elliott camp to be right up with the top hurdlers within the yard, he is a big horse though and may be going chasing before long, one is needed to get the ball rolling as the Elliott yard go in search of their first Cheltenham winner!
    BALLYANDY 25/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Now, Mr NTD normally doesn`t have a bad Cheltenham and i believe this is one of those pop up at a big price horses that he excels at, the forgotten horse, who really should not be coming up against these type of speed horses, expect STD to be staying on when all the others have cried foul!!
    ERIC LE ROUGE 25/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Now, the jockey ran well on the stablemate Monsieur Le Coq on Saturday and they were looking at running this one on Saturday and came here instead, he is too big t 25/1 and we will fill our boots for a place spot with this fella!!
    16:50 Cheltenham
    PRABENI 25/1 gen 1pt ew
    Will be up with the lead and hopefully should run on for a place, all his best runs have been on good ground, but, he has placed on soft, so, with a decent jock on board, he`s as tough as nails though, so, should stay on up the hill…
    FANFAN DE SEUIL 20/1 gen 1pt e/w
    Another who should stay on up the hill ok, which is what you want in these really fast run Hcp Hurdles…they will go some clip and in the weather it may pay to have a couple of hold up horses…We shall see.
    BEAT THE JUDGE 25/1 1pt e/w
    Ground again is a concern, but, it seems to be that way with all of them, so, at 25/1 this is one of those that will travel well, but, we shall have to see what is under the bonnet when they get to the finishing line.
    17:30 Cheltenham
    ASK FOR GLORY 11/1 1pt win
    Now, he was part of HC`s 4 timer at Ascot the other week and boy did he travel well through the race, HC should again bring him into the race late and 11/1 i feel is too big for this fella.
    THE GLANCING QUEEN 25/1 1pt e/w
    This one came travelling well over C ad D back in November, the ground that day was good though, but, he has form over soft, so, shouldn`t see a problem with that and if the 45 mph winds are anything to go by, the ground could dry out a bit tomorrow….

    As per usual hope all jockeys and horses come back safe and sound and good luck with all your selections tomorrow!

    Stewart 12/03/19 8:41 PM Reply


    • Sorry to be pedantic Stewart, Ask For Glory did not form part of the HC 4-timer. But he was very impressive when he won at Chepstow so has a great chance on that run.

      chrisiwyg 12/03/19 9:55 PM Reply


      • Your quite correct Chrisiwyg, get confused with the colours, races etc. I have watched that many races, even I`m getting confused now, takes it out of you all this form study… all the best!

        Stewart 13/03/19 7:12 AM Reply


  • Lost the will to carry on already so an expected Elliot multiple is in order. It’s odd that in the Coral Cracking Smart is shortening seeing as the stable insiders are very keen on Farclas, so
    Farclas each way @ 14/1 Betfair 6 places.

    chubnut 12/03/19 9:06 PM Reply


  • Yahoo! Cheltenham racing is confirmed as ON today, good luck all.

    Nige C

    nige c 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Any thoughts on the free Skybet bet, chaps? I’ve gone for City Island who looks a decent bit of value to me….Good luck all!

    Cheers, Doug

    dougandnicky 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • some kind of alert would be useful

    a Tweet or e-mail to say “Members Area” updated since last post

    would have helped new members like me

    I missed the winner and instead of having a winning day had a losing one

    Simply needed to F5 or whatever to refresh the page

    ugh sick

    Richard Britton 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • ALL TIPS HAVE NOW BEEN POSTED IN SECTION 1 🙂 Please read it carefully as there are 8 of them.
    Josh

    Josh 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Tuesday was hard, I got away with a small profit which listening to others was a good result. I spent 5 hours last night going through the cards and am now at it again.

    1.30 I like Battleoverdoyen at the top of the market and Easy Game and Galvin at a price. I will also have the free £20 Skybet later.

    2.10 I like Topofthegame here. I like his profile for the race.

    2.50 I have six here! I have followed Josh’s festival tips as I usually do. So those 4 plus Cracking Smart and Erick Le Rouge. I limit myself at six but like eight more as well!!!!

    3.30 Time to make a cup of tea and have a slice of cake and enjoy Altior. No bet.

    4.10 Tiger Roll is too short and I am with JP, Auvergnat and Josies Orders. They are in good form and are experienced at cross country.

    4.50 Six again!! I could easily have had more. Chief Justice, Our Power, Lethal Steps, Prabeni, Got Trumped and La Sorelita. Good luck with this one.

    5.30 I backed Meticulous at 20/1 ante post. I have also backed Envoi Allen.

    I may have one or two more bets later. Again it looks hard to me today.

    I am off to Cheltenham tomorrow for some Matchbook hospitality and so need some good picks please.

    Good luck.

    martin colwell 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • COLINS BETS
    2.35 Lingfield Tavener BOG 7/2

    ELITE BETS
    Cheltenham
    2.50 Apple’s Shakira BOG 18/1 WH 20/1
    2.50 Uradel BOG 5/1
    Kempton
    6.15 Greyzee BOG 5/1

    NEW METHOD
    Lingfield
    2.35 Tavener BOG 7/2
    3.55 Gallipoli BOG 7/2
    Huntingdon
    3.05 Bisoubisou BOG 10/3
    Kempton
    5.10 Stay Forever BOG 4/1
    6.45 Shug BOG 7/1
    7.45 Stand N Deliver BOG 4/1
    Colin

    cleafe 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Yahoo! Cheltenham racing is confirmed as ON today, good luck all.

    Nige C

    nige c 13/03/19 6:24 AM Reply


  • Tricky card today and not confident about the card as a whole. Have deferred to Josh in his tips in the 2.50. 4.10 and 4.50. In 15.30 saw no value in Altior and Min (the likely winners to my eyes) with Sceau Royal and God’s Own offering place potential, so no bet . Does not leave much.
    13.30. Battleoverdoyen….fits all the criteria I am using though the price is no e/w value. Both Beakstown and Easy Game are in with a shout and are e/w prices.
    14.10. On The Blind Side is an e/w price . Santini looks the first string but do not like the price and how often has the second stable horse beaten the stable’s first string….could back them both with a win saver on Santini but not sure I want to do that.
    Thoughts on the 16.10. I like Josh’s choice Auvergnat along with Josies Orders and Fact Of The Matter. The fav, Tiger Roll is too Short and the other selections offer e/w value so will probably back three e/w.
    14.50. I really dislike hdcp hurdles, this one is a minefield so stick with Josh.
    16.50. Stick with Josh.
    17.30. NH flat not a betting medium so sharpen the pin or have tea…..personally, I will be busy cooking.

    Good luck with whatever you decide to wager on.

    silver 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Any thoughts on the free Skybet bet, chaps? I’ve gone for City Island who looks a decent bit of value to me….Good luck all!

    Cheers, Doug

    dougandnicky 13/03/19 7:11 AM Reply


    • Doug if you can get on at betway there money back up to a 10er on first and last races each day regardless of where fav finishes

      aaron l 13/03/19 10:13 AM Reply


      • Had the betway offer on first race winner any for last race

        Finbar Mccoy 13/03/19 2:04 PM Reply


  • some kind of alert would be useful

    a Tweet or e-mail to say “Members Area” updated since last post

    would have helped new members like me

    I missed the winner and instead of having a winning day had a losing one

    Simply needed to F5 or whatever to refresh the page

    ugh sick

    Richard Britton 13/03/19 8:46 AM Reply


    • I did tweet Richard, as you can see by the tweet roll to the right when on desktop – I tweet every time i’ve updated, as per the Fred winter tweet up there now. I couldn’t have been clearer with the instructions in red i’m afraid, it was the first thing you’d have read in section 1, so sorry about that. I’m not sure what else I can do, as it will never be an email service. Josh

      Josh 13/03/19 8:51 AM Reply


    • I feel for you Richard. I haven’t admitted this before but twice i have missed Josh’s winners – once early on (i started early in December and so am still a relative newbie on here) and once since Christmas. Both good odds and i was extremely annoyed with myself.
      It does take a while to get used to the Site and i m sure you have read the introductory stuff. Like everyone you must make your own decisions and which ones to follow. Although i have a long prior experience of Racing i have never been involved in a a site like this. A few mistakes i have learned (and still am 🙂 – Don’t follow too many to start with (i did despite Josh’s advice to the contrary 🙁 ) , have as big a Bank as possible and a separate one for each Approach/Advisor you are following, Don’t get despondent with any LLR s – inevitable with the average Win levels and Prices, read as much on here as you have time for – even if you are not following a person’s selections there is much you may learn from others.
      AND, despite the fact that i am still not in profit – Jan and Feb were very tough even for the most experienced and typically profitable advisers – i can’t envisage now ever leaving this Site and have never been more confident that in the medium/longer term this will be my best decision in terms of joining any kind of Racing site. If you don’t already know 98 % of ‘Racing Advisers’ are pretty awful once you have joined. This site is unique – hence me having more patience than i ever have with one previously.
      Hope some of this helps and that you don’t miss any others you want to follow! All the best !

      John Unitt 13/03/19 9:23 AM Reply


      • I don’t. It’s up to members to check back, Josh could not make it any clearer. We need to take some responsibility rather than expecting to be spoon fed.

        Mark Curtis 13/03/19 12:40 PM Reply


  • ALL TIPS HAVE NOW BEEN POSTED IN SECTION 1 🙂 Please read it carefully as there are 8 of them.
    Josh

    Josh 13/03/19 9:12 AM Reply


    • Josh. Just to say a big thank you for all the hard work you do, especially at this time of the year…absolutely exceptional when it is very difficult to keep focused. The stats and information are outstanding as are the contributors who give so much insight and willingness to share their experience..as John Unitt says, this site is unique. All the best.

      silver 13/03/19 9:55 AM Reply


      • Absolutely endorse those comments Silver

        brisha 13/03/19 10:08 AM Reply


        • Likewise!

          Mark Curtis 13/03/19 12:41 PM Reply


      • Thanks Silver – I tend to find you don’t get much this week if you don’t graft, esp in my target races. It’s tough anyway but impossible if you don’t. Fingers crossed a winner or two today to set us up for the rest of the week! It is a festival to enjoy, which is why the community etc is great, as it’s an experience hopefully, and enjoyable if you have a suitable bank for you, even if the worst happens!
        best of luck today

        Josh 13/03/19 1:06 PM Reply


  • Tuesday was hard, I got away with a small profit which listening to others was a good result. I spent 5 hours last night going through the cards and am now at it again.

    1.30 I like Battleoverdoyen at the top of the market and Easy Game and Galvin at a price. I will also have the free £20 Skybet later.

    2.10 I like Topofthegame here. I like his profile for the race.

    2.50 I have six here! I have followed Josh’s festival tips as I usually do. So those 4 plus Cracking Smart and Erick Le Rouge. I limit myself at six but like eight more as well!!!!

    3.30 Time to make a cup of tea and have a slice of cake and enjoy Altior. No bet.

    4.10 Tiger Roll is too short and I am with JP, Auvergnat and Josies Orders. They are in good form and are experienced at cross country.

    4.50 Six again!! I could easily have had more. Chief Justice, Our Power, Lethal Steps, Prabeni, Got Trumped and La Sorelita. Good luck with this one.

    5.30 I backed Meticulous at 20/1 ante post. I have also backed Envoi Allen.

    I may have one or two more bets later. Again it looks hard to me today.

    I am off to Cheltenham tomorrow for some Matchbook hospitality and so need some good picks please.

    Good luck.

    martin colwell 13/03/19 9:26 AM Reply


    • Ah now that is a good way to enjoy the Festival! Enjoy the hospitality, I hope you’re cheering home a few winners.

      Josh 13/03/19 10:06 AM Reply


  • Great start to proceedings! Well in Josh! More or less covered my entire outlay in the first

    maximusbiggus 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • I’VE DONE IT AGAIN!!

    You could not make this up

    pig sick. Giving up

    Richard Britton 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


    • You should. Couldn’t be clearer.

      Get on Urgent de Gregaine in X country, best EW bet of the meeting. Ran a good race last year and 4 places with betvic is the shizzle.

      Scott O 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • had my skybet £20 on Josh 🙂

    Martin Whittle 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Brilliant Josh when it comes to Cheltenham your up there with the best many thanks

    ciderhead 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • Winner winner chicken dinner.

    Warren Bottomley 12/08/19 5:43 AM Reply


  • COLINS BETS
    2.35 Lingfield Tavener BOG 7/2

    ELITE BETS
    Cheltenham
    2.50 Apple’s Shakira BOG 18/1 WH 20/1
    2.50 Uradel BOG 5/1
    Kempton
    6.15 Greyzee BOG 5/1

    NEW METHOD
    Lingfield
    2.35 Tavener BOG 7/2
    3.55 Gallipoli BOG 7/2
    Huntingdon
    3.05 Bisoubisou BOG 10/3
    Kempton
    5.10 Stay Forever BOG 4/1
    6.45 Shug BOG 7/1
    7.45 Stand N Deliver BOG 4/1
    Colin

    cleafe 13/03/19 10:02 AM Reply


  • Tricky card today and not confident about the card as a whole. Have deferred to Josh in his tips in the 2.50. 4.10 and 4.50. In 15.30 saw no value in Altior and Min (the likely winners to my eyes) with Sceau Royal and God’s Own offering place potential, so no bet . Does not leave much.
    13.30. Battleoverdoyen….fits all the criteria I am using though the price is no e/w value. Both Beakstown and Easy Game are in with a shout and are e/w prices.
    14.10. On The Blind Side is an e/w price . Santini looks the first string but do not like the price and how often has the second stable horse beaten the stable’s first string….could back them both with a win saver on Santini but not sure I want to do that.
    Thoughts on the 16.10. I like Josh’s choice Auvergnat along with Josies Orders and Fact Of The Matter. The fav, Tiger Roll is too Short and the other selections offer e/w value so will probably back three e/w.
    14.50. I really dislike hdcp hurdles, this one is a minefield so stick with Josh.
    16.50. Stick with Josh.
    17.30. NH flat not a betting medium so sharpen the pin or have tea…..personally, I will be busy cooking.

    Good luck with whatever you decide to wager on.

    silver 13/03/19 10:30 AM Reply


  • FANTASTIC NICK – WHAT A WINNER – William Henry. Patience rewarded – boy do you deserve that !!! Many thanks 🙂

    John Unitt 12/08/19 3:38 AM Reply


  • I suppose I better write a post script write up on that one when I get home from work!

    nickmazur 12/08/19 3:38 AM Reply


  • Well done Nick. Great call with WH…

    dougandnicky 12/08/19 3:38 AM Reply


  • Nick
    Matt Chapman gave it on the opening show this morning, was very bullish about it.

    Must have seen your post. Lol.
    Well done.

    Mike

    mickeydee 12/08/19 3:38 AM Reply


  • Its been a long time coming – over 3 months – but my most profitable day since joining, thanks to Nick Josh and just the single Colin bet i did. Long may it continue – thanks guys 🙂

    John Unitt 12/08/19 5:56 AM Reply


  • Great start to proceedings! Well in Josh! More or less covered my entire outlay in the first

    maximusbiggus 13/03/19 1:38 PM Reply


    • Well that takes the pressure off, a +1, +2 day secured depending if you got 8s or 9s. I won’t complain with that, and we have the handicaps to come!!

      Josh 13/03/19 1:44 PM Reply


      • Excellent Josh, your first tip has paid for the day already 🙂

        Mark Curtis 13/03/19 3:16 PM Reply


        • Yep, but it’s the handicap winners that make the week or break it, once i’ve followed Nick in the big odds handicap enclosure with the Fred Winter winner, we will be rolling!! 🙂

          Josh 13/03/19 3:23 PM Reply


  • I’VE DONE IT AGAIN!!

    You could not make this up

    pig sick. Giving up

    Richard Britton 13/03/19 1:39 PM Reply


    • I’ve no words Richard. Just none, after the comments/reply to your earlier comment, and the bright red writing at the top of the post. I can’t do any more, I really have no idea how you’ve missed that/not understood. Happy to process a refund for you, when it settles down, no problem. 🙁 .

      Josh 13/03/19 1:43 PM Reply


      • I was the same a few months ago kept missing Tim’s selections so I started setting my alarm clock and haven’t missed one since

        ciderhead 13/03/19 1:46 PM Reply


        • Ha, well in fairness Tim posts through the afternoon, albeit he now has set times etc… my instructions for these posts could not be any clearer!! There are no new tips after 10.30 am – that is the cut off, worst case you check back after then as standard. The red writing and instructions in section 1 could not be any clearer. They really couldn’t. Bloody frustrating.

          Josh 13/03/19 1:48 PM Reply


          • Clearly some may need to get into the habit of refreshing the page also 🙂

            Josh 13/03/19 1:49 PM Reply


      • I was out and busy gyming it, going shopping, put all the bets on early
        didn’t check

        £*&! Bo%$^&£$S

        Richard Britton 13/03/19 1:49 PM Reply


      • It’s not your fault and I certainly would not ask for a refund
        It’s my fault the instructions were there

        I’m just not very compliant, as it turned out
        in one of those personality tests
        they do at work. Cost me dear

        blast it

        Richard Britton 13/03/19 2:03 PM Reply


        • Just got in myself and thought I had backed all of Nick’s but guess what.? Yep missed the biggie!! It happens so just shrug it off and move on…there is always another day….life is far too short to beat yourself up about things like this and you cannot always be on the money and the great thing about the site is the contributors will always produce more and people like Nick will give equally good opportunities in the future.

          silver 13/03/19 4:30 PM Reply


          • Did the same thing. Although I have had 4 winners so can’t complain or be to greedy

            Warren Bottomley 13/03/19 4:59 PM Reply


    • You should. Couldn’t be clearer.

      Get on Urgent de Gregaine in X country, best EW bet of the meeting. Ran a good race last year and 4 places with betvic is the shizzle.

      Scott O 13/03/19 2:02 PM Reply


  • had my skybet £20 on Josh 🙂

    Martin Whittle 13/03/19 1:42 PM Reply


  • Brilliant Josh when it comes to Cheltenham your up there with the best many thanks

    ciderhead 13/03/19 1:44 PM Reply


  • Winner winner chicken dinner.

    Warren Bottomley 13/03/19 1:46 PM Reply


  • FANTASTIC NICK – WHAT A WINNER – William Henry. Patience rewarded – boy do you deserve that !!! Many thanks 🙂

    John Unitt 13/03/19 3:03 PM Reply


  • I suppose I better write a post script write up on that one when I get home from work!

    nickmazur 13/03/19 3:04 PM Reply


    • Form is temporary class is permanent

      ciderhead 13/03/19 3:06 PM Reply


    • Nice pick there Sir. That magic pin that was blessed by the pope you picked up in South America is doing the trick!!!!! (Smiley faces). No write up required, it invites gloating. Brio Conti and Wicklow Brave were both cruising but the race is not over until the fat bookmaker sings! (More smiley faces).

      martin colwell 13/03/19 3:11 PM Reply


      • Doesn’t bother me either but if someone wants me to just shout.

        nickmazur 13/03/19 3:43 PM Reply


        • I think that deserves a write up!

          Jim 13/03/19 3:45 PM Reply


          • Absolutely do a write up please Nick.

            Chris Sengelow 13/03/19 6:32 PM Reply


    • Mate, what can I say. Outstanding

      Jim 13/03/19 3:13 PM Reply


  • Well done Nick. Great call with WH…

    dougandnicky 13/03/19 3:08 PM Reply


  • Nick
    Matt Chapman gave it on the opening show this morning, was very bullish about it.

    Must have seen your post. Lol.
    Well done.

    Mike

    mickeydee 13/03/19 3:43 PM Reply


    • That takes the gloss off slightly. We will have to put up with his gloating for weeks now!

      nickmazur 13/03/19 3:44 PM Reply


      • Hear hear Nick The thought of Matt Chapman gloating is surely the stuff of nightmares only marginally less nauseous than that total prick Derek Thompson !!!! 🙁

        goldrush 13/03/19 4:10 PM Reply


        • Hey Hey Big fella!!!

          martin colwell 13/03/19 4:28 PM Reply


  • Tiger roll. What a horse.

    Warren Bottomley 13/03/19 4:39 PM Reply


    • Just incredible. He’s won that on the bridle!! I mean Gordon said he was only 75% on his run before, and clearly right. Mad. He’s every chance of winning the National again, luck allowing. You can’t think he’ll be far away in that form. But 4 festival wins is quiet incredible.

      Josh 13/03/19 5:16 PM Reply


  • Its been a long time coming – over 3 months – but my most profitable day since joining, thanks to Nick Josh and just the single Colin bet i did. Long may it continue – thanks guys 🙂

    John Unitt 13/03/19 5:38 PM Reply


  • Tiger roll. What a horse.

    Warren Bottomley 12/08/19 3:38 AM Reply


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