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Tips Thread 2016

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Don't know what happened to the last thread!!!

Here's the one to kick off the year!

Our trainer is Daniel Mark Loughnane who comes to the track with an acceptable strike rate of 17% and a level stakes profit of £24.86p. He saddles just the one runner at the track and goes in the 1.30.

Diletta Tommasa was delivered a little too late in her race last time out over this course and distance and did well to grab second place in the closing stages. She gets the same race tomorrow and should improve on that last run. The more than capable Luke Morris takes the helm and should he deliver at the right time this one should take all the beating. I make her a 3/1 shot so well take the value and go for the win only bet.

Selection: Diletta Tommasa in the 1.30 Lingfield at 11/2 Sky Bet for a win only bet.

Good luck????

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@myracingtips on twitter, for anyone who puts on the horses.

I dont like horse racing or watch it, but followed the tips and made money almost everytime i put a bet on.

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So tomorrow well be backing Frank The Barber in the 15:00 Wolverhampton. Frank has come close on all of his appearances over this course and distance the last five times including a win. Hes the strongest front runner in the pack and should take this one from the front. Hes 4/1 in my book so well take the value and go for the win.

Selection: Frank The Barber in the 15:00 Wolverhampton at 6/1 with BetVictor for a win only bet.

Good luck???

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Spent a right good while looking at the Plumpton card and have gone for Johnson and Vaughan in the 2.45 with Bassarabad at 8/1.

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East Kilbride v Lothian.

Lothian are playing an outfield player in goals, and EK beat them 5-0 in a friendly earlier this season.

We're 4-5 now into 1-2.

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I'll probably regret saying this but at the 1.50 Wolverhampton I've had a look through the card and the form. The outsider is Bertie Buoy and simply put, it shouldn't be. 2 races back it ran 5furlongs gd/sft at redcar (in a 6f race) in a time of 1m1s, La Asomada is odds on favourite for this race with a time of 1m2s in it's last race over course and distance. Bertie Buoy has been off the track for 126days and if there's been any improvement at all then it's a big threat; on times over the distance Bertie should be in the top 4 and most likely in the top 3 - at 34/1 you would consider it a sound e/w prospect even if the market disagrees. To top it off Berti likes to prominent run and at wolverhampton that's a big positive. The front three in the market are on times the big dangers, Justice has the best recent time for the distance, La Asomada came 2nd last time with a contending time (if a however a little slower than needed here) and powerfull dream has contending times and like Bertie has been off long enough as a 3 year old that there could be significant improvement assuming it arrives intent on having a go (fair bit higher in weight on previous efforts).

So there you have it, it'll tail so far out the back that conspiracy theorists will call it a chemtrail but if I don't mention it like the other million times, i'll kick myself. Make of it what you like but if you're having a flutter a small E/W seems more than reasonable.

Personally I stuck it in £1 reverse forecasts with Justice and Powerful Dream.

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Stuck a sky diver on it, can't ignore that type of info.

Don't back EW personally as I don't like betting on my horse to lose.

Good luck.

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odds now 25/1 some money must be getting put down on him 

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taken it 5e/w at 25/1 see how we go. won't hold it against you if wrong 

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right what happened. i was watching the wee graphic on my phone and the horse was out front with 2 furlongs to go. boss walked over so had to chuck my phone down then picked up and race is over. did he just fade away after that or was he in it till the end?

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Broke well, led by a length, toward finish lost first and 2nd to Powerfull Dream and La Asomada and at the line pipped for 3rd by David's Beauty. Result = 4th.

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Hope you get bad aids

Lol mate it was unlucky, he was where you would have wanted him to be near the money end but just didn't have enough in hand. 

We live to fight another day

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8 minutes ago, THE_Ibrox_Preacher said:

Broke well, led by a length, toward finish lost first and 2nd to Powerfull Dream and La Asomada and at the line pipped for 3rd by David's Beauty. Result = 4th.

how close was the 3rd vs 4th ?

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11 minutes ago, THE_Ibrox_Preacher said:

Neck.

ffs. oh well. cheers for the tip anyway. would have been a nice wee winner had it got that 3rd. 

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I would probably take on the fave in the 4.30 with 'avoidable' and go for mcdelta in the last if I was betting today. 

1/2 is far too shy imo and Dan deacons brother geoffrey trains mcdelta in the last :D

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3 hours ago, THE_Ibrox_Preacher said:

I'll probably regret saying this but at the 1.50 Wolverhampton I've had a look through the card and the form. The outsider is Bertie Buoy and simply put, it shouldn't be. 2 races back it ran 5furlongs gd/sft at redcar (in a 6f race) in a time of 1m1s, La Asomada is odds on favourite for this race with a time of 1m2s in it's last race over course and distance. Bertie Buoy has been off the track for 126days and if there's been any improvement at all then it's a big threat; on times over the distance Bertie should be in the top 4 and most likely in the top 3 - at 34/1 you would consider it a sound e/w prospect even if the market disagrees. To top it off Berti likes to prominent run and at wolverhampton that's a big positive. The front three in the market are on times the big dangers, Justice has the best recent time for the distance, La Asomada came 2nd last time with a contending time (if a however a little slower than needed here) and powerfull dream has contending times and like Bertie has been off long enough as a 3 year old that there could be significant improvement assuming it arrives intent on having a go (fair bit higher in weight on previous efforts).

So there you have it, it'll tail so far out the back that conspiracy theorists will call it a chemtrail but if I don't mention it like the other million times, i'll kick myself. Make of it what you like but if you're having a flutter a small E/W seems more than reasonable.

Personally I stuck it in £1 reverse forecasts with Justice and Powerful Dream.

no luck mate - a well researched tip nevertheless.

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Would need to be quick in this one but outsider Storm Hawk 3.30pm shouldn't be the outsider on known ability over distance, the trainer is in great form and at 28-1, an E/W is a good shout.

If I was to pick a winner I fancy Tidal Way to get the better of Edgar at 11-2.

Most of the field don't have the distance on paper and the times of those that do are off the pace for those three.

(edit - glad I put that up so late no one seen it, Storm Hawk never had a go - keep an eye out for it in future, had a lot going for it on paper and was only out for a jog today)

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