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Royal Ascot 2017 Betting

Discussion in 'Royal Ascot 2017' started by slick, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. Punter

    Punter Moderator

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    Good luck chaps.

    E.W Singles and up with these today...

    14:30 - Westerland 14/1
    15:05 - Pacify 9/1
    15:40 - Across The Stars 16/1
    16:20 - Limato 5/2
    17:00 - Steady Pace 20/1
    17:35 - Oriental Fox 12/1
  2. Seen

    Seen Moderator

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    I've added LONG ON VALUE to the fcs and tricasts. I messed up the first time and selected THE TIN MAN (which I don't really fancy) instead of DANCING STAR, so I've put twice as much on as I intended :ohwell


    Aclaim
    Comicas
    Long On Value
    Windfast
    Dancing Star

    Aclaim
    Comicas
    Long On Value
    Windfast
    The Tin Man

    :crossfingers
  3. SAMOAN

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    5.00 - Gone with 3 EW shouts + Combination FC / TC -

    BIRCHWOOD at 25's
    STEADY PACE at 16's
    OUT DO at 20's
  4. SAMOAN

    SAMOAN Moderator

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    Had to wait till the penultimate race of the week for a positive result, but definitely worth said wait.
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  5. SAMOAN

    SAMOAN Moderator

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    5.35 - Try for an improbable follow up with these -

    WINNING STORY at 8's
    ORIENTAL FOX at 11's
    EXCELLENT RESULT at 50's
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  6. SAMOAN

    SAMOAN Moderator

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    No follow up Forecast, but ORIENTAL FOX was a winner at 10's. Well done Punt as well with that one and unlucky with STEADY PACE.
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  7. Punter

    Punter Moderator

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    Well done Samoan, that must of been some hit. Nice one.

    I need to book this week off as priority over Cheltenham from now on. Summer Solstice and Royal Ascot in the same week. Winner.

    How do we think ITV's first Royal Ascot went? Compared to CH4?

    I'd get about that Hayley Turner.
  8. SAMOAN

    SAMOAN Moderator

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    ITV vs CH4 is a tough one Punt. Never watched really watched The Morning Line, so can't really compare it with ITV's Opening Show and tend not to watch any of the features / comments between races. From what I have seen CH4 was better for the casual viewer and not sure there are enough " diehards " to give ITV the figures they would have wanted. Not the worlds biggest Matt Chapman fan either and can take or leave Hayley Turner and Mick Fitz.
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  9. ONEDUNME

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    The morning shows are bith equally shit in my view. They can't seem to make their minds up if they are on the air for people who already know a bit about racing or to entertain/educate those who dont and thererfore end up failing both. i remember when TML was really worth warching - true you had to put up with some self-indulgent irrelevant shite but you had trainers and jockeys on who you could actually learn aomerhing from but it just turned into listening to the same tossers week after week talking bollocks.

    I record the opening show and then fast-forward thru it picking out amything of interest. takes me about 15 minutes.

    As for the live coverage, I cant really comment as i warched virtually all if it on Racing Uk.
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  10. Kegman

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    As ODM said TML years ago was fantastic as you ciuld usually pick up done great info from trainers or jockeys but it sadly went down hill.
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