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  • Totescoop6 Challenge Cup Trends

    Micko70 on 01 Oct at 12:26

    The Totescoop6 Challenge Cup is a class 1 handicap run over 7 furlongs held at Ascot racecourse in late September/early October I have looked at the last 10 years of this race and looked at the following trends - Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Wins, Rating Movement & Draw Any horse passing a trend with a 10 scores 5 points, a 9 scores 4 points, an 8 scores 3 points, a 7 scores 2 points and any horse passing a trend with a 6 scores 1 point Final Field - 1(18) 44-193 Windfast(21) 4 9-11 Brian Meehan 111 2(6) 20141 Make It Up(21) 3 9-9 Andrew Balding 111 3(16) 330250 Intransigent(43) 6 9-8 Andrew Balding 108 4(7) 83365 Empire Storm(10) 8 9-7 Michael Attwater 107 5(17) 931540 Heaven´s Guest(14) 5 9-7 Richard Fahey 107 6(2) 018017 Rene Mathis(14) 5 9-6 Richard Fahey 106 7(13)…

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  • Just one selection let me down last week. Will this week bring more luck?

    undertherobe on 01 Oct at 06:30

    After laying an egg the previous week, it was nice to get back to winning ways last week although for the second time this season, the accumulator fell one win short as the exertions of a penalty shoot out at Anfield cost Carlisle in a 1-0 home defeat to bottom club Newport. This is the last week before the International break so before a truncated accumulator next week, it’s another shot at trying to land the second five from five of the season....... Running Totals Singles: 14/23 (60.87% strike rate), 5.20 pts profit (22.61% roi) Accumulators: 1/5 (20.00% strike rate), 12.40 pts profit (248% roi) A quick recap of the rules I’ve set myself for this experiment, Rule One No odds are out of range. We hear stories all the time of a short priced favourite scuppering a big acca but for someone & a lot…

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  • College Football Week Five: Another big test for Notre Dame in prime time

    undertherobe on 01 Oct at 19:22

    Whilst the Big Ten has the top two teams in the country in Ohio State and Michigan State, the Pac-12 looks to be getting stronger and stronger whilst the SEC has many questions to answer. It promises to be another exciting week in College Football as the conference schedules start to ramp up. This week’s blog takes a look at another non Power Five team to watch, the underdog of the week and the big prime time matchup as Clemson host Notre Dame.... The Top Three In my season preview, I concentrated on the top three ranked teams, so how did they get on in week four? Ohio State Buckeyes (1) In reality, Western Michigan were never going to be much of a test for the Buckeyes and so it turned out as Ohio State ran out 38-12 winners. They’ve arrived at the end…

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    pompeybuster12 on 01 Oct at 17:19

    THE FACE OF RABIES. “I would like to introduce you to the face of rabies” MICHAEL SCOTT (THE OFFICE US) (Michael then turns around a board with a picture of Meredith Palmer.) “How many of you know somebody who has been afflicted with rabies?” The whole of the staff raise their hands in acknowledgement. Michael then states “You see, too many to count” and takes this as proof of the prominence of rabies in the US today. AN AMERICAN WORKPLACE. If you have never had the pleasure of watching THE OFFICE U.S., stop reading now, get a Netflix subscription and lock yourself in a bunker for a month, it is undeniably one of the funniest, intelligent and heartfelt pieces of television ever made, it bucks all of the trends associated with American comedy, dealing self delusion and self deprecation, while managing to charm you at the same time,…

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  • Newcastle visit The Etihad

    Micko70 on 30 Sep at 23:17

    Last weeks blog only gave out 1 bet and that was a winning bet at 19/10 when Jack Colback picked up a booking Newcastle United travel to Manchester City in search of their first league win of the season, they played their best game of the season in the recent 2-2 draw with Chelsea, and despite being 2-0 up, it's still a huge improvement Manchester City have lost their last 2 league games after keeping clean sheets in winning their opening 5 games, they will be looking for a much better performance here Early Season Form Newcastle have yet to win the league this season, they have drawn 3 and lost 4 of their 7 league games, 2 of those 4 defeats have been on the road and they have yet to score a goal on the road this season Manchester City had won their…

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  • Trainers to follow in October

    Scratville on 30 Sep at 15:21

    We go into October full of confidence with around £200 LSP for August/September. October 2014 was really good with +£102.64 and 2013 +£35.42. We have plenty returning from last year and a couple of new additions. Unfortunately the Flat turf season has really tailed of as far as the Blog in concerned, we only have one trainer to follow in that sphere. Ideally I would like more runners but the figures simply aren't good enough. NH (GB) NIGEL TWISTON-DAVIES (NON BUMPERS) We start with a trainer that has given us +£19.33 and +£46.23 in the last two years (Best Odds Guaranteed figures). We aren't including his bumpers horses however as he is 1/18 in that sphere over the last 5 years. 2010 15/79 19% +£66.95 2011 11/49 22% +£13.03 2012 9/58 16% (£17.31) 2013 10/57 18% +£ 5.05 2014 12/42 29% +£22.63 In…

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  • A Blue Point of View

    RACHACE on 01 Oct at 15:21

    Manchester City v Newcastle United, Saturday 3rd October (15:00 ko) Firstly, welcome to my blog, my preview on Premier League matches involving my club Manchester City. Our 8th game see's us host the struggling and winless Newcastle United at the Etihad Stadium. The Magpies have had a very tough start to the season which has seen early season optimism dampen somewhat. No win in any of their opening 7 fixtures, losing 4 and drawing 3. However, they did play well for the majority of their last game against Premier League champions Chelsea but after having led the game 2-0, they unfortunately failed to hold on and the game ended 2-2. Still, before the game they'd have taken the point so they can still take the positives from what was a much improved performance to the ones they'd put…

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