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Members’ Tracker Tuesday post > Chase Eye-Catchers

For today i’m sharing my Members’ ‘Tracker Tuesday’ post which this week includes a video, where i’ve tried something a bit different – there’s the usual chase ‘eye-catchers’ to add to your trackers, a few stats of note, but I also talk through their races, with the video replay.Β 

Hopefully some of you find it interesting enough! It is just shy of 30 mins which I know is too long for some but it’s hard to make such a video much shorter πŸ™‚ In any case you can just note down the horses below who I think all have handicap chases in them in the weeks ahead...


Those chasers that have entered my tracker, (and that you can add to yours if you wish)explained in the video, are:-

  • Financial Outcome (6YO/R Curtis)Β 
  • Commandant (6YO/C Gordon)Β 
  • Definitelyanoscar (6YO/Harry Fry)Β 
  • Smiths Cross (7YO/M Scudamore)Β 





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  1. yo mc …….. not much excitement for me on any fronts .. these are now in my postitve pile ….. i really can’t see Little Becky out of the first 4 tonight ?? but obviously wide open must have a sporting chance at the price .. trainer had winner yesterday i think (or ran well …lol) ??
    let’s hope the winner of the 2.40 is very apt !! πŸ™‚
    laterz my bet bud πŸ™‚

    6.40 Kempton 8 Little Becky
    3.05 Newmarket (Rowley) 10 Princess Bride
    4.55 Fontwell 9 Midnight Callisto
    4.55 Fontwell 4 Howdilyoudo (IRE)
    1.45 Worcester 10 Off The Planet (IRE)
    1.45 Worcester 2 Benson
    3.30 Worcester 9 Imperial Flem (IRE)
    2.40 Fontwell 1 Fortunate George (IRE)

    bestest regards

  2. Yo GB, many thanks, Little Becky looks EW material.

    Just a win double for me tonight, very poor cards again.

    8.10 Kempton Penarth Pier
    7.25 Wolverhampton Jogogo
    Best of luck.

    1. yep go easy on the little becky …. but in for a penny and all that jazz .. same system as rampant lion πŸ˜‰

        1. L.O. MR M.C.
          Who’s been a clever little boy then πŸ˜‰
          i fully intend to marry ms. hollie doyle .. who for me is pound for pound and on a going day .. as good as anyone on a hoss ….. poetry in motion πŸ˜‰
          Hope some people indulged ? πŸ™
          onto tomoz πŸ™‚ and more rich pickings πŸ™‚
          gb/bc one and the same
          good night … no really it was !! πŸ™‚

          1. Err, I think Mrs GB might have something to say?

            Well done again matey, awesome πŸ™‚

      1. Great tipping once again but I cannot see the link between this winner & last weeks.
        I will continue to try & find the missing piece in the puzzle.

        1. both first past the post ?? the secrets Mr T are all in my box of my “hrb” tricks that i crank up every day ?
          all good fun .. let’s play on ! πŸ™‚


  3. Golf tips up later – It will be the post from our new tipping website and so prices etc may not be correct.

    Good luck.

  4. This week we are off Portugal on the European Tour and Japan on the USPGA Tour. Decent fields in both events and so let’s get into finding some good bets.

    On the European Tour we are off to the Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course at Villamoura. It is a par 71, 7,191 yards track, The course is wide and not difficult and should suit big hitters. The last five winners of this event are: Tom Lewis (that was his second win here); Lucas Bjerregaard; Padraig Harrington; Andy Sullivan and Alex Levy. Matt Wallace is favourite this week at present at 11/1 but whilst he is undoubtedly a good player he does have issues containing his anger and so I would oppose him at these odds.

    We have two selections in this tournament:

    Ryan Fox. 0.5 points each way at 35/1 with Skybet, 7 places, 1/5 odds.

    Joachin Hansen, 0.5 points each way at 40/1 with Skybet, 7 places, 1/5 odds.

    Ryan Fox is a big hitter and should be suited to this course. He is in his third season on the European Tour, the popular New Zealander claimed his maiden title at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth, beating Adrian Otaegui in the final of the innovative event.

    Had come close to victory at the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open where he lost out in a play-off to Russell Knox, who holed successive 30-foot putts – in regulation play and in the first extra hole – for an unlikely win.

    His breakthrough Challenge Tour season came in 2016 season, when he won the Tayto Northern Ireland Open en route to a fourth place finish in the Rankings. Represented New Zealand at the Olympic Games in Rio the same year.

    Son of legendary All Black fly-half Grant Fox, who played in their 1987 World Cup win and was selector for their 2011 and 2015 triumphs, he was born in Auckland and turned professional in 2012.

    Joachin Hansen is in good form at present. he was runner up last week in Paris, losing by one stroke despite taking a nine on one hole. he also finished fourth in the recent Spanish Open.

    Hansen won the 2018 Turkish Airlines Challenge and then claimed his second victory of the year in his homeland, winning the Made in Denmark Challenge at Himmerland Golf and Spa Resort en route to becoming the first Dane to top the Challenge Tour Rankings since Thomas BjΓΈrn in 1995.

    Had previously graduated from the Challenge Tour in 2015 and 2012, and enjoyed an impressive rookie season on the top tier in 2013, the highlight of which came at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, where he was tied third.

    On the USPGA Tour we are in Japan, so an early start UK time for us here. The Zozo Championship takes place at the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Chiba. It is a par 70 course, covering 7,00 yards. So not long and not that difficult and so expect low scores.

    Tiger Woods plays this week and is 33/1 in the betting now. He played at the course last week with Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama in a skins event. Day came out victorious. Tiger has had yet another knee operation and we shall see how he copes playing four rounds here.

    Justin Thomas, last weeks winner in Korea, and Rory head the betting this week. However our bet involves us going with a player who has had an in and out year in 2019 but looks to be coming back to form.

    Jordan Speith, 1 point each way at 25/1. Skybet and William Hill, 7 places. 1/5 odds a place.

    Jordan finished 8th last week in Korea but showed signs of good form and he looks a value pick this week.

    We also have a Matchbook match bet in the Zozo Championship:

    Gary Woodland to beat Tony Finau at 2.04 for 4 points.

    Woodland was in good form in Korea last week, finishing 3rd with weekend rounds of 65 and 66. Tony Finau has been playing on both the European and US Tours in recent months and is form is solid. However I fancy Woodland to be in better form this week and out score Finau.

    So, 8 points staked this week.

    Good luck everyone.

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