28 Points Profit

Before I hand you over to Steve for his run through of this weekends bonuses I just want to make sure you know about the freebies available from Cleeve Racing.

The Cleeve 10 to follow list produced 28 points profit last year and they are hoping to better that with thise years product.

You can get it for free here http://www.cleeveracing.com/ten-follow-2016

Here’s Steve…

Hi everyone

At the time of writing the weekend is looking fairly quiet but I think it’s a case of the quiet before the storm. There will be plenty of action for us all on Saturday’s Channel 4 Racing.

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Horse Racing Offers

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Friday 15:00 Newbury
Friday 15:45 Doncaster

Extra Place – SkyBet – Sky are paying 5 places for each-way bets in the 15:45 at Doncaster on Friday

Greyhound Offers

£25 Free Bets – Coral- Back any single winner at 2/1 or more on any race a Romford on Friday 21st October and get your winnings and a £25 free bet to use on the following days greyhound racing.

Football Offers

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Sunday 23rd October 2016
13:30 – Man City v Southampton
16:00 – Chelsea v Man Utd

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Saturday 22nd October 2016
15:00 – Leicester v Crystal Palace

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Saturday 22nd October 2016
19:45 – AC Milan v Juventus

Sunday 23rd October 2016
16:00 – Chelsea v Man Utd

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Saturday 22nd October 2016
12:30 – Bournemouth v Tottenham
17:30 – Liverpool v West Brom

Sunday 23rd October 2016
13:30 – Man City v Southampton
16:00 – Chelsea v Man Utd

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Wishing you a profitable week ahead!

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Today’s Selection

17:40 Cheltenham Cliffs Of Dover – eachway bet 13/2 Bet 365


Cheltenham Begins Today…

Good morning all,

Well, for me anyway, Cheltenham beings today. I’ll be travelling over to Prestbury later to record a couple of podcasts, one for Radio Winchcombe previewing tomorrow once the decs are out (that’s the local community radio – Cheltenham, by way of giving out press passes, give a few to local groups so I’m involved in that) and then recording another one later that might be a bit of fun with my good friend Cathryn Fry, which will essentially involve looking at the whole weekend and taking the mickey out of each other for 20 minutes. All good fun.

Yesterday’s selection looked like coming through to win at the last but was sadly found a resurgent Herbert Park just too good. The way the first two came clear suggests both are worth following in the near future and compensation surely awaits Western Cape on this effort.

I’m glad I went to Worcester actually as there were plenty of paddock clues for the future, so I’ll get those all down for early next week when things are a bit quieter. Continue Reading


Change Of Plan

Good morning all,

Slight change of plan for me today as it will be Worcester rather than Fontwell that’s on the agenda now. The one horse I was really interested in seeing at Fontwell didn’t get declared (it was Mariah’s Legend in the bumper) so there seems little point in driving all the way down to the South Coast now, simply to have to drive back to Cheltenham tonight. I’ve got three days worth of work coming up, including doing a couple of podcasts from Prestbury Park so it’s all go from tomorrow.

Yesterday’s selection couldn’t have run much worse, and to rub salt into the wound Dagonet, who finished just in front of Jet Setter at Nottingham, won at Kempton last night. So I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the Nottingham form, but the way Jet Setter drifted through the day rather told it’s own story. Clearly he’s better than that and I will give him another chance. Continue Reading


Oh Oliver….

Good morning all,

A perfect example yesterday of how horses can make absolute fools of you as Olivers Hill bounced right back to form for Lawney Hill at Plumpton yesterday. I’d like to say it was all planned but frankly nothing could be further from the truth and if you could have heard the choice language coming from Lawney at halfway then you’d realise that Plan A as far as race tactics goes went out the window after about two furlongs. He was flat out after jumping the first two and nowhere near the front, as was the original plan.

Thankfully for him the leaders had gone off far too quickly and fell in a hole somewhat in the latter stages, and not even a dreadful blinder three out (“WHAT THE F**K ARE YOU DOING NICK? GIVE HIM SOME F**KING SPACE AT HIS FENCES!!”) could stop him and he recorded his first victory since 2014. There was a bit of money for him before the off, and I’m guessing that’s because he looked best in the paddock by miles – most of the others were losing their coats or looked unfit – but it was a guess as to whether the blinkers would enable him to carry out his effort rather than down tools this time. Anyway, all’s well that ends well, other than me losing my money on the Butler horse….

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