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 on: Today at 07:11:15 AM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by Omm
Verve edged out Borna Gin in Dundalk last night, haven’t see the race yet but photo was extremely close. Verve confirmed as going to Irish Derby, be lucky to get 20/1 when they put him in the betting. Anything bigger and we are dancing in the streets.

20/1 for Verve for Irish Derby with 365 and Boyles, cant really see anyone going any bigger. A few Irish dog men seem to think he will like Shelbourne. Im happy to play at this price. 10 pts ew.

Bets so far for Irish Derby (With a view of going to Shelbourne for the final)

Droopy's Verve 20/1 10 pts ew 1-6 1/4

Clonbrien Hero  33/1 6 pts ew 1-6 1/4


https://youtu.be/bi3f5lwpF0U

This is Magical Logan winning on its Shelbourne debut, thought we would be lucky to get more than 20/1 after this display. Coral and boyles Have obliged with 25/1, added to the team.

Magical Logan 25/1 4pts ew 1-6  1/4

Saw a Derby trail for Slippy Cian on Twitter (as mentioned earlier) can’t copy it here as can’t find it on YouTube. Decent run. Have added it to the team 4pts ew @ 25/1.


Verve put in another decent trail a few days ago, sub 28secs. Most books have cut him again. Will probably go off sub 14/1. I may have another 8 pts ew if I can get the 16/1. Will confirm later.

I couldn’t get the 16/1 on Verve so left it, best now 12/1.

Anyway after watching a few races and reading a few articles I’ve had my biggest bet on Lenson Blinder 20/1 with BV only 15 pts ew. I’d already missed the 33/1 that 365 opened and was gutted, thought we wouldn’t see anything bigger than 16/1 so when Vic reopened after the draw I was excited to get 20/1. We know that Lenny Ponder bought the dog initially for the English Derby and for a dog that ha£ never seen Towcester he didn’t disgrace himself. Has run some great races round Shelbourne and with Slippy Cian (Litter bro) is Holland’s Main Derby hope.

I’ll try and find some videos of his runs and stick them up. That’s it for the ante post team. Starts Friday.

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 on: Today at 07:01:24 AM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by Omm
I’ve seen some posts on twitter saying that Greyhound staff at Towcester received an email last night at 11pm saying ithe track had gone into administration. Really not sure if it’s true as cannot find anything on a google search. Obvs hope it’s not as it will probably be the end of Greyhound racing. If Towcester can’t make it work to the standard they have been doing it then who can bring the game into the 21st century.

I took the kids to Henlow on Tuesday morning, free to get in, hand full of people, more staff eating breakfast than customers. Card full of A11-A7 racing, left after 4 races as it was just not enjoyable.

Hope the news is not true but the source seems credible.

 3 
 on: Today at 04:16:21 AM 
Started by KarmaDope - Last post by Marky147
Just atched Bruce Willis' Comedy Central Roast, and thought it was pretty funny.

Some close to the knuckle stuff in there, lol.

 4 
 on: Today at 12:22:44 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Woodsey

Then you lose.

If you read around the various reports there is lots of ways to report and interpret the same numbers, what Mantis quotes is one way of interpreting those numbers. Lies, damn lies and statistics and all that.......

 5 
 on: August 15, 2018, 11:43:20 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Doobs
UK unemployment at it's lowest level since 1975

I bet It's because we're in the EU.

I bet it's because Brexit has caused a 95% YOY drop in net EU migration to the UK

will lay all day.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jul/16/migration-to-uk-from-eu-falls-to-lowest-level-for-four-years-says-ons




 6 
 on: August 15, 2018, 10:57:01 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by 4KSuited
Closing speeches now happening.....and no sign of the gay couple and their "vital" evidence !?

Can you refuse to be a witness, if summoned by the court ?....and if so why in this case?

Very strange...

They gave their side to The Sun a few months ago.

https://www.news.com.au/sport/sports-life/two-men-who-ben-stokes-claims-to-have-been-defending-come-forward-to-tell-their-story/news-story/4d0d2c48bdda885989838526789920f8

Of course the jury can't take that into account...

One of the pair was criticised by one of his "friends" on twitter a few days ago.  He was pretty grumpy that tehy had told their story to the press, but refused to act as witnesses.





I kept thinking that myself why they hadn’t been called up to court but they were in the papers again today apprently they were told by the prosecution they “wouldn’t be needed” probably as it did I suit their narrative.

My understanding from the piece in today's Times is that they were not reliable witnesses; their versions of events didn't match either each other's or the evidence that was available on cctv.

 7 
 on: August 15, 2018, 10:14:52 PM 
Started by KarmaDope - Last post by MANTIS01
Last Chance U Season 3 on Netflix. Top-rated docu-series about high school American football. Really well put together, love this show.

 8 
 on: August 15, 2018, 09:59:59 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by MANTIS01
UK unemployment at it's lowest level since 1975

I bet It's because we're in the EU.

I bet it's because Brexit has caused a 95% YOY drop in net EU migration to the UK

 9 
 on: August 15, 2018, 07:17:17 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by kp24
Closing speeches now happening.....and no sign of the gay couple and their "vital" evidence !?

Can you refuse to be a witness, if summoned by the court ?....and if so why in this case?

Very strange...

They gave their side to The Sun a few months ago.

https://www.news.com.au/sport/sports-life/two-men-who-ben-stokes-claims-to-have-been-defending-come-forward-to-tell-their-story/news-story/4d0d2c48bdda885989838526789920f8

Of course the jury can't take that into account...

One of the pair was criticised by one of his "friends" on twitter a few days ago.  He was pretty grumpy that tehy had told their story to the press, but refused to act as witnesses.





I kept thinking that myself why they hadn’t been called up to court but they were in the papers again today apprently they were told by the prosecution they “wouldn’t be needed” probably as it did I suit their narrative.

 10 
 on: August 15, 2018, 06:20:32 PM 
Started by TheChipPrince - Last post by Mark_Porter
Calibre on Netflix is excellent.

A brooding horror where two young guys go up into the highlands on a hunting trip. There is an accident and they have to try and cover their tracks while the locals try and find out what has happened.

The setting is ominous, lots of dense forest and dark skylines. Scottish people are really good at being intimidating without having to say much. There are a few standout scenes that I won't spoil, the best bits are the aftermath of the accident when they are frantically trying to "get away with it".

Reminds me a lot of Eden Lake which absolutely terrified me. No jump scares but consistent tension.

Not sure how I feel on the ending but a good 8/10.

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