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Sat Apr 04, 2009 8:49 pm  

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Invincible wrote:
Tell you what, not accusing anyone on here of lying, but on my facebook, text messeges I receieved etc, it's very co-incidental the amount of people who backed an 100/1 horse, but no one mentioned the horse they backed before it. :wink:


Aftertiming, it's great isn't it.

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Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:47 pm  

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I sat down with the paper this morning and started my usual strategy of eliminating those I thought simply could not win.

Mon Mome was about the 4th or 5th horse I put the marker pen through. :oops:


I was lucky, I narrowed it down to five and spotted that Totesport were paying 5 places so I backed all five each way. My fifth rated selection was Mon Mome.

For the record my most fancied pulled-up (Rambling Minster) but all the others got round (Butlers Cabin, Idle Talk and Cornish Sett joining the winner in completing).
Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:48 pm  

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3rd and 5th, 6th and 11th for my familys
Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:55 pm  

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The downside today ... the death of Hear The Echo following Exotic Dancer earlier in the week.
Sat Apr 04, 2009 11:26 pm  

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Rhino Dan, don't be too disappointed. Look at it this way: you've just enjoyed 3 days of sporting entertainment of the very highest order, had a load of fun, and it hasn't cost you a farthing (in fact, you're in profit!)

Invincible, your uncle sounds like a pretty wise man. Today I drew money on the first race (Ainama e/w), found the winner in the second race (Kalahari King), and had a nice pay out in the third (United e/w, backed at 40/1 in the morning). Made myself a nice few bob off the bookies.....then handed it all back on the National.

Common sense must be a marvellous thing !
Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:55 am  

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I had £1 EW on the winner. I had Black Apalachi, Hear The Echo, Offshore Account as my 'proper' three bets, then Mon Mome & a pipe runner, began with a K, that was 100-1 too as a couple of outsiders.

I was gutted, Offshore Account was rapidly going backwards, I hadn't paid Mon Mome any attention. It was a bit bizarre.

Only bet on the Friday & Saturday, had £10 on El Dancer Friday, Mon Mome & Solwhit (sic) I think at 13/2. Enjoyed the racing alot actually.

Didn't the last three races yesterday finish with 100-1, 66-1, 66-1 or similar. Madness.
Sun Apr 05, 2009 8:19 am  

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JWP wrote:
I had £1 EW on the winner. I had Black Apalachi, Hear The Echo, Offshore Account as my 'proper' three bets, then Mon Mome & a pipe runner, began with a K, that was 100-1 too as a couple of outsiders.


I think Arteea was the Pipe outsider.
Sun Apr 05, 2009 8:24 am  

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JWP wrote:
I had £1 EW on the winner. I had Black Apalachi, Hear The Echo, Offshore Account as my 'proper' three bets, then Mon Mome & a pipe runner, began with a K, that was 100-1 too as a couple of outsiders.


Ketami? If so, i had that one too.
Sun Apr 05, 2009 8:24 am  

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JWP wrote:
Didn't the last three races yesterday finish with 100-1, 66-1, 66-1 or similar. Madness.


Yes, Mon Mome 100/1, Culcabock 66/1 & Sitting Tennant 66/1.

Would have made a very profitable treble - pays 435,600 to 1.
Sun Apr 05, 2009 10:00 am  
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I had a fiver on Comply or Die so gutted to be beaten by a 100-1 outsider.
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