ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

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ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

Postby Cannydc » Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:57 pm

Interested to see your picks....

My 4 for day 1 are;

Summerville Boy 1.30
Yala Enki 2.50
Mossback 4.50
Kayf Adventure 5.30

Good luck to any punters out there....
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Re: ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

Postby Major » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:11 pm

Cannydc wrote:Interested to see your picks....

My 4 for day 1 are;

Summerville Boy 1.30
Yala Enki 2.50
Mossback 4.50
Kayf Adventure 5.30

Good luck to any punters out there....


Anyone trying to win money from animal cruelty should be sent to the I O W to live with Snookerballs
The horses are cruelly force to gallop, it is a wonder their hearts do not explode,
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Re: ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

Postby Trapper John » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:12 pm

Don't know enough about horses to bet, have had a few nice wins though, more by luck than judgement.

Anyway, I went to the Cheltenham festival once in the mid 90's drove down from London. I didn't win anything and it was fucking freezing and windy and by the end I'd had enough and swore never to do it again.

In contrast, went to a flat race meeting in the summer at Sandown Park later that same year and it was a great day, helped by winning £385 or so on the penultimate race.

Never been racing anywhere since.
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Re: ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

Postby Cannydc » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:40 pm

Trapper John wrote:Don't know enough about horses to bet, have had a few nice wins though, more by luck than judgement.

Anyway, I went to the Cheltenham festival once in the mid 90's drove down from London. I didn't win anything and it was fucking freezing and windy and by the end I'd had enough and swore never to do it again.

In contrast, went to a flat race meeting in the summer at Sandown Park later that same year and it was a great day, helped by winning £385 or so on the penultimate race.

Never been racing anywhere since.


Summerville Boy goes in at 9/1.... Could be a VERY good day....

As for the comment above, if there are better treated animals in the world than racehorses, I have yet to hear of them. Best food, best vets, best digs, best personal attention at all times. And a horses instinct is to gallop.
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Re: ANY CHELTENHAM NH FESTIVAL FANS?

Postby jp761 » Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:37 pm

Horse Racing can be quite exciting to watch, it is good that ITV have loads of Horse Racing now. I only bet on the Grand National though like millions of others.
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