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THE FERBANE MAN, NEWCASTLE, 3.20

latest 2nd in a Novice race at Warwick is good enough form to win this one. Young, talented Sam Thomas on board is a positive

was going well but blundered 5 out and never recovered!

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was going well but blundered 5 out and never recovered!

Watched it myself, though FM would have pushed on til that stumble.

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Well played Cityfan

Made all and won nicely at 11/8

Cheers. Waiting on a double with Trans Sonic now.

Also backed Accamelia in the next.

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was going well but blundered 5 out and never recovered!

I backed your 2 selections today because I thought there was no way you could do as bad as yesterday, turns out i was wrong :lol:

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Cheers. Waiting on a double with Trans Sonic now.

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If Trans Sonic has held on, it's done brilliantly.

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Photo.

If Trans Sonic has held on, it's done brilliantly.

Yas :D

Decent lift for those singles and doubles.

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I backed your 2 selections today because I thought there was no way you could do as bad as yesterday, turns out i was wrong :lol:

I apologise!!!!

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How's this for a win!!...

A SMALL-stakes racegoer at Exeter bagged himself £1.4m when scooping Tuesday's monster Tote Jackpot after Lupita, the only horse covered in the final leg of the bet, recorded a narrow victory.

Steve Whiteley, a heating engineer, came forward to claim the life-changing sum of money, which was won from just a £2 bet.

The pool reached £2,035,538 by the start of the first leg at 2.30pm, the third biggest in the history of the Jackpot.

Big-priced winners, including two at 16-1, meant only seven units remained after leg four and that was reduced to one final unitafter 5-1 chance Lundy Sky upset 5-6 favourite Glitzy D'Ocala in the penultimate leg.

That set up a fascinating finale, with the hopes resting on Lupita, a seven-year-old mare, whose last victory came on the Flat at Bath in 2008, when trained by Brendan Powell.

I saw them talking about this on ATR 15 minutes before the last leg at Exeter and the commentator was completely ruling out the chances of him landing the jackpot because his last horse was 12/1. Amazing stuff, £1.4 million return for a £2 stake!! The winning distance was only about half a length or so, can you imagine how he must've been feeling as they came to the line

And of course, how did he choose the horse that everything was riding on?....

Why did I pick the last one? Lodge is just a name that sticks in my head. I didn't know anything about her. I'm not a horse racing man, I only go once or twice a year.

Aye, rub it in mate :lol:

Edited by cityfan

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I CAN RUN CAN YOU, FONTWELL, 4.00

Jonjo O'Neil trained gelding with AP on board. 2nd his last 2 outings. Could go one better today

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GREY BOY, LINGFIELD, 2.10

Broke a long losing streak win winning a 1 mile 2 furlong contest at Wolves on the 2nd of March. Drop down in trip should suit

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STEP IT UP, LINGFIELD, 4.10

Each way shot..... Has won over C&D before and is at a decent mark, has won off higher. There ain't really many stand outs in this so could easily make the top 3. Currently 16/1

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Had trouble narrowing it down today, so have quite a few bets on.

e/w Singles & e/w Double:

2.10 Profit's Reality @ 13/2

2.40 Tudor Prince @ 8/1

RF & Singles:

4.10 Steel City Boy @ 9/2

4.10 Thoughtsofstardom @ 10/1 (e/w)

Singles & Double:

6.00 Lytham @ 4/1

7.30 Sir Boss @ 7/2

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Holding off on my bets until Cheltenham is proving far too difficult so I've had one bet today.

Wake Board 2.20 Catterick

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Your certainly hitting the places today litchie

Which is disapointing!

Been away with work stuff so not been able to watch the races! Have they been unlucky?

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Which is disapointing!

Been away with work stuff so not been able to watch the races! Have they been unlucky?

No your 1st 1 was lucky to place squeezed home, your second ws never really in it but was always going to place

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e/w Singles & e/w Double:

2.10 Profit's Reality @ 13/2

2.40 Tudor Prince @ 8/1

1st - 4th :angry:

2nd - Is actually 3.10. No wonder it hadn't placed when I checked the result :lol:

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