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THE BIG BIKE RIDE
Stabilisers, check. Go faster helmet, check. Energy drinks, check. Vasaline check, Passport, check.
I am entering the east coast bike ride challenge raising money for Velindra Cancer Centre next year. The aim is to complete a 515 km ride from Boston to New York on 16-23 September 2014. Anyone
With Ron away and no podcast I found myself at a bit of a loose end, so thought I would chuck in a brief review of the Huntingdon card this afternoon though to be fair, no promise I have too many future winners for you!
Confessions first, and I invariably leave the handicaps alone with regard to future clues as I leave that for Ron and also feel that whatever I spot has been seen in triplicate by the official handicappers so nay so called good thing could well be weighted out of conten
Winners last week, a horse with all four legs, and shoot me, I have done it again – listened to a trainer!
Two winners and an each way fourth that did what they all seem to do and finished one place out of the money after I backed him at a massive 16/1 only to see Long Run backed down to 7/1 and run a blinder if not quite up to payin
As promised I did look at today&
Podcast completed, form book digested, bets calculated and time to move forward once again. A frankly awful week last week for me personally with a sizeable bet (don’t tell the Mrs) on African Gold going astray, as he cork screwed pretty much ever
Well the podcast was a lot more profitable than my article last week but these things happen and with Cheltenham this weekend, I am really looking forward to a load of winners. Firstly though, I need to sort of apologis
Today we saw the first “big” handicap of the year and the Post Racing ratings came to the fore on the day we needed them to, producing a set of figures that had the winner of the Badger Ales Trophy winner St
Grandouet was sent off the 4/11 favourite