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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil W View Post
    The other runner who might well be challenging is the Dr Newland trained Hawdyerwheesht
    Might tune in to Betfair radio just to hear the commentator murder the pronunciation of this one. (Hod-yer-weesht)
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    Oh!! I just thought it was a differently spelt "how'd yer wish it" !! I'm intreagued now too!!


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    Squeeze Me should win there

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    Quote Originally Posted by trudij View Post
    Oh!! I just thought it was a differently spelt "how'd yer wish it" !! I'm intreagued now too!!


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    Means "shut up" Trudy, do you remember Private Fraser saying it in Dads Army?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy Owen View Post
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    Well in Roddy! The girl enjoyed that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walsworth View Post
    Means "shut up" Trudy, do you remember Private Fraser saying it in Dads Army?

    I'm too young for Dads Army!!!

    I also got called back into work - how did the commentator get on with it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddy Owen View Post
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    Thanks Roddy, didn't have enough on it though!
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    5/1 - Two Turtle Doves
    Event15:05 Chepstow
    MarketRace winner


    Selection13/2 - Peak Storm
    Event16:10 Chepstow
    MarketRace winner


    Selection7/1 - Master Oscar
    Event15:10 Listowel
    MarketRace winner


    Selection16/1 - Piri Wango
    Event14:50 Naas
    MarketRace winner
    My Lucky 15 for today all have reasonable chances

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    5.00 Leicester

    The odds on fav here is Hanno...which surprises me...purely on track form I think Wohja has better form..but what decides it for me is that it is unlikely that Hanno will show best on a slow surface looking at its breeding. Wohja on the other hand should show best on slow.

    The prices at the moment are 1.77 & 3.7.

    Cumani has a FTO in Tap Your Toes...would think this one will struggle to win FTO at this trip.

    I think Wohja is a good bet here....3.7 is too big

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldeagle View Post
    5/1 - Two Turtle Doves
    Event15:05 Chepstow
    MarketRace winner


    Selection13/2 - Peak Storm
    Event16:10 Chepstow
    MarketRace winner


    Selection7/1 - Master Oscar
    Event15:10 Listowel
    MarketRace winner


    Selection16/1 - Piri Wango
    Event14:50 Naas
    MarketRace winner
    My Lucky 15 for today all have reasonable chances
    This isnt going to plan

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    Hope to see a better performance from Colour My World in the 5.30Leic, big grey horse wasn't suited by the faster surface at Kempton lto, front runner should lead and will try to get away from them, ran a decent race at Haydock when 6th and time before when just beaten by Elaal trying to give that one 5lbs, Elaal has won again from 7lb higher. Dropped to 7fs today, soft ground a bit of an unknown but looks to be a back to lay at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EC1 View Post
    5.00 Leicester

    The odds on fav here is Hanno...which surprises me...purely on track form I think Wohja has better form..but what decides it for me is that it is unlikely that Hanno will show best on a slow surface looking at its breeding. Wohja on the other hand should show best on slow.

    The prices at the moment are 1.77 & 3.7.

    Cumani has a FTO in Tap Your Toes...would think this one will struggle to win FTO at this trip.

    I think Wohja is a good bet here....3.7 is too big
    Nice one, EC

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    Well done EC1, sorry didn't notice before.

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    Forum on fire! Well done EC, SJ and Slim!


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    Spot on, SJ....top day on the forum

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    Well done SJ and EC1...yeah, that's everyone..
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    Thanks fellas, thought it was an absolute knocking bet to trade a lot shorter, stayed on well didn't he!

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    Quote Originally Posted by del boy View Post
    Well done SJ and EC1...yeah, that's everyone..


    cheers guys...great call SJ

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