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Thread: What are you backing Today? Part 2

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    I really should have paid more attention but at 4/1 a nice few quid in the kitty...............very easy winner in the end....looks to have ab ig future when she goes hurdling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanlic View Post

    Desperate Dan T should ride a winner tomorrow at Thirsk in the shape off Julia Augusta
    A rusted social media friend oops I meant trusted says she's been catching pigeons and ready to go so get on early
    You can't object to them being short when they win like that.

    2 selections 2 winners...happy days
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    You working well, tan

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    Considering going to Haydock tomorrow as I've backed a couple.'

    Thunder Legend is turning into a bit of a cliff horse but he did run well last time at Chester when only Outgate got past him and Bullet Force has franked the form since in third.

    Stable companion Hamaki is also backable in the last. He was third behind a very well backed Beckett horse who looks potential Group class in his handicap debut at Sandown over slightly shorter than tomorrow's trip and the second that day already possessed solid form (had beaten Oh Herberts Reign, a staple in these good handicaps, at Haydock the time before.) I actually thought he'd be in the 7/2 range for this but 6s+ is available and I'm struggling to see why. The Gosden who heads the market took three goes to win a maiden. The Godolphin second market choice did run Emily Upjohn close as a 2yo but has been messing about in Meydan since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanlic View Post
    You can't object to them being short when they win like that.

    2 selections 2 winners...happy days

    Lots of lady Boys tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euronymous View Post
    Considering going to Haydock tomorrow as I've backed a couple.'

    Thunder Legend is turning into a bit of a cliff horse but he did run well last time at Chester when only Outgate got past him and Bullet Force has franked the form since in third.

    Stable companion Hamaki is also backable in the last. He was third behind a very well backed Beckett horse who looks potential Group class in his handicap debut at Sandown over slightly shorter than tomorrow's trip and the second that day already possessed solid form (had beaten Oh Herberts Reign, a staple in these good handicaps, at Haydock the time before.) I actually thought he'd be in the 7/2 range for this but 6s+ is available and I'm struggling to see why. The Gosden who heads the market took three goes to win a maiden. The Godolphin second market choice did run Emily Upjohn close as a 2yo but has been messing about in Meydan since.
    Good luck, Euro - not least because I've followed you in on both.
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    That's several times you've metioned ladyboys on here......Whatever rocks your boat Luke we are not here to judge
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    Quote Originally Posted by reet hard View Post
    Good luck, Euro - not least because I've followed you in on both.

    Yer both aff yer heids and I know yer out to upset me......Rab Havlin will win on Gosden's only runner at the meeting...I knows these things.

    Hamaki ? That monkey couldn't beat Luke's ladyboy round a bend
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    Crazy Luck 7.03Nb
    9/2 general
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    Two Haydock bets

    3.00-Espressoo @ 9-2
    3.30-Cold Stare @ 9-2

    1pt win on each plus 0.5pt each way double
    "The wise man is one who knows what he does not know"

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    Ok he's fav but Nicky Richards is one of my fav trainers and Brian Hughes team up for the first at Perth.

    Realease the Kraken 4/1 to 5/2 on the machine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Euronymous View Post
    Considering going to Haydock tomorrow as I've backed a couple.'

    Thunder Legend is turning into a bit of a cliff horse but he did run well last time at Chester when only Outgate got past him and Bullet Force has franked the form since in third.

    Stable companion Hamaki is also backable in the last. He was third behind a very well backed Beckett horse who looks potential Group class in his handicap debut at Sandown over slightly shorter than tomorrow's trip and the second that day already possessed solid form (had beaten Oh Herberts Reign, a staple in these good handicaps, at Haydock the time before.) I actually thought he'd be in the 7/2 range for this but 6s+ is available and I'm struggling to see why. The Gosden who heads the market took three goes to win a maiden. The Godolphin second market choice did run Emily Upjohn close as a 2yo but has been messing about in Meydan since.
    Well done............Very unlucky not to pull off the double.....yards on fire
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    Nice, Euro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanlic View Post
    Yer both aff yer heids and I know yer out to upset me......Rab Havlin will win on Gosden's only runner at the meeting...I knows these things.

    Hamaki ? That monkey couldn't beat Luke's ladyboy round a bend
    I'll file that along with your "pace doesn't matter" from the Eclipse thread.
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    Cheers, Euro.
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    High Wells 4.38s
    3/1 B365
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    Sandown 2.20 - Silence Please 12/1, 3 places - I backed this one yesterday at 8/1 so the drift is a wee bit disappointing. If it isn't trying or isn't ready then no price is value but if it is both ready and trying then I think the price is ridiculously long. I'd have it in the top two or three in the market and the third place on offer is a bonus.
    Never stop looking for what's not there.

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    All this racing and nothing to back, not even a “watch” from my notebook. I did have Luttrell Lad come up, but he’s in my Jumps tracker . Wonder what he’s doing trying the flat for the first time at six years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barjon View Post
    You working well, tan
    Yep but don't forget I am the worst judge on the internet...........I know because LUKE told me
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    Quote Originally Posted by barjon View Post
    All this racing and nothing to back, not even a “watch” from my notebook. I did have Luttrell Lad come up, but he’s in my Jumps tracker . Wonder what he’s doing trying the flat for the first time at six years old.
    As Slim would say "Addeybb just wins" Everything Haggas touches is turning to gold.....That's the only reason I am backing it...never even looked at it's form Haggas enough


    Never got on the race was already run when I was posting but a loser anyway

    Substitute in the last King's Castle 10.5 on Betfair
    Last edited by Tanlic; 1st July 2022 at 4:17 PM.
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