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« Reply #5535 on: January 12, 2019, 06:24:56 PM »

Scoop 6 rollover again?
What’s the biggest it’s been
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« Reply #5536 on: January 17, 2019, 09:41:48 AM »

https://twitter.com/Jimbo_JumpsMan/status/1085596643150520320

Wonderful scenes.
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« Reply #5537 on: January 17, 2019, 09:53:28 AM »

Scoop 6 rollover again?
What’s the biggest it’s been

Quite a bit bigger.  We had a crack at it here. 

theguardian.com/sport/2014/may/25/dublin-scoop6-punter-unaware-of-million-pound-win
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« Reply #5538 on: January 17, 2019, 01:31:39 PM »


Magic stuff.
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« Reply #5539 on: January 17, 2019, 01:49:21 PM »

Scoop 6 rollover again?
What’s the biggest it’s been

Quite a bit bigger.  We had a crack at it here. 

theguardian.com/sport/2014/may/25/dublin-scoop6-punter-unaware-of-million-pound-win

https://totesport.mobi/promotions/totepool/cashback-club

10% back as cash includes Scoop Six paid on the next Monday worth doing if you are going alone/small group

If you are part of a massive syndicate you may already be getting a better deal Smiley
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« Reply #5540 on: January 19, 2019, 09:14:27 AM »

1.25 Lingfield Maybe Today 5/1 runs in first time cheekpieces for Simon Crisford.  His stats on the all weather in these circumstances are 7 runs 5 wins 271% ROI.
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« Reply #5541 on: January 19, 2019, 01:28:56 PM »

not today
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« Reply #5542 on: January 19, 2019, 01:53:33 PM »

not today

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« Reply #5543 on: January 22, 2019, 11:34:14 AM »

At the start of the year the top guy of the Yes, No, Wait, Sorries, Chris Coley, told us the horse in Fergs yard that(that he also owns)Jarveys Plate was the most exciting horse in the yard.

He won nicely on New Years Day over C&D and is a defo runner(next few days fingers crossed etc)in the Ballymore Trial on Saturday. Appear to be some whispers that Champ may not turn up as Hendo playing it safe with some of his stars.

The 9/2 went early doors but still some 7/2 about, and if Champ goes and the field cuts up could look a cracking ew bet even at that price come Saturday.

Take a deep breath and push the button if you dare!
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« Reply #5544 on: January 22, 2019, 11:51:24 AM »

At the start of the year the top guy of the Yes, No, Wait, Sorries, Chris Coley, told us the horse in Fergs yard that(that he also owns)Jarveys Plate was the most exciting horse in the yard.

He won nicely on New Years Day over C&D and is a defo runner(next few days fingers crossed etc)in the Ballymore Trial on Saturday. Appear to be some whispers that Champ may not turn up as Hendo playing it safe with some of his stars.

The 9/2 went early doors but still some 7/2 about, and if Champ goes and the field cuts up could look a cracking ew bet even at that price come Saturday.

Take a deep breath and push the button if you dare!

I see it is a general 16/1 for the real thing at Cheltenham. What's your current view on that?
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« Reply #5545 on: January 22, 2019, 01:00:55 PM »

At the start of the year the top guy of the Yes, No, Wait, Sorries, Chris Coley, told us the horse in Fergs yard that(that he also owns)Jarveys Plate was the most exciting horse in the yard.

He won nicely on New Years Day over C&D and is a defo runner(next few days fingers crossed etc)in the Ballymore Trial on Saturday. Appear to be some whispers that Champ may not turn up as Hendo playing it safe with some of his stars.

The 9/2 went early doors but still some 7/2 about, and if Champ goes and the field cuts up could look a cracking ew bet even at that price come Saturday.

Take a deep breath and push the button if you dare!

I see it is a general 16/1 for the real thing at Cheltenham. What's your current view on that?


I know they will be keen to go to Chelts.

If he wins on Satutday, he surely goes for the Bally. If he gets beat staying on etc could well go Potato race. For both he is best priced 20s, but reality is, If Champ does turn up and he beats him, he is pretty much Ballymore Fav.

The video of his race at New Year makes for good viewing.
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« Reply #5546 on: January 22, 2019, 09:54:04 PM »

One has popped up in my tracker left over from last year that I just cam't resist.

Royal Goldie was trained by Hughes last year and ran a couple of "interesting" races. Seems to have been sold to Lydia Richards and ran a typical 66-1 first time out/new stable/back of field run last time. Taking on a similar bunch and down a bit in the weights.

Maybe worth a few shekels ew at 50s!

Don't go mad, i could be a race or two, too early.
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« Reply #5547 on: January 22, 2019, 10:14:27 PM »

One has popped up in my tracker left over from last year that I just cam't resist.

Royal Goldie was trained by Hughes last year and ran a couple of "interesting" races. Seems to have been sold to Lydia Richards and ran a typical 66-1 first time out/new stable/back of field run last time. Taking on a similar bunch and down a bit in the weights.

Maybe worth a few shekels ew at 50s!

Don't go mad, i could be a race or two, too early.

Where & when?
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« Reply #5548 on: January 22, 2019, 10:33:34 PM »

One has popped up in my tracker left over from last year that I just cam't resist.

Royal Goldie was trained by Hughes last year and ran a couple of "interesting" races. Seems to have been sold to Lydia Richards and ran a typical 66-1 first time out/new stable/back of field run last time. Taking on a similar bunch and down a bit in the weights.

Maybe worth a few shekels ew at 50s!

Don't go mad, i could be a race or two, too early.


Where & when?

Kempton 19.15.....Wednesday
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« Reply #5549 on: January 22, 2019, 10:49:14 PM »

One has popped up in my tracker left over from last year that I just cam't resist.

Royal Goldie was trained by Hughes last year and ran a couple of "interesting" races. Seems to have been sold to Lydia Richards and ran a typical 66-1 first time out/new stable/back of field run last time. Taking on a similar bunch and down a bit in the weights.

Maybe worth a few shekels ew at 50s!

Don't go mad, i could be a race or two, too early.

Thanks, Adz

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