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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    Fairyland wins the Albany - 3/1.
    If she goes there, she wins.

    I like Sioux Nation for the Commonwealth Cup, but I liked him a lot more at 7/1 than 7/2

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    Dreamfield is an obvious one and looks to be very well treated in the Wokingham.

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    Reading that article, Chelsea Cloisters is going to be a short price fav considering Wesley Wards record in the race. Took some 7/2 with the aim of trading out on the day.

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    About 4 years ago, I went through the card at Ascot. Basically paid for the wedding. I came home to my finance and I was like "I've won 6 grand!". Much fun was had.

    But as the conversation progressed she asked more about the bet.

    - What odds was it?

    - 66,000/1!

    - How come you only won 6k?

    - I only put 10p on it

    - Why didn't you put a pound on it? We'd have a deposit for a house

    -......

    And I haven't had a single winner at Ascot since

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    Quote Originally Posted by robith View Post
    I came home to my finance and I was like "I've won 6 grand
    Great story robith but I'm a little confused why you didn't tell the missus you won 2k and load 4k into your Cheltenham pot....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istabraq View Post
    Great story robith but I'm a little confused why you didn't tell the missus you won 2k and load 4k into your Cheltenham pot....
    Haha Ista - surely the 10p acca indicates that might be a bit rich for my blood. I'm up to the heady heights of a fiver a point at Chelters and 2.50 the rest of the time

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    One very simple strategy for my Royal Ascot - will be backing all Hugh Taylor tips blind. He is quite frankly a brilliant tipster and the only one I am aware of who has all his tips online (for the last 9 years, scroll to bottom of page): http://www.attheraces.com/tips/atr-tipsters/hugh-taylor As you can see his ROI has improved year on year.

    For those that are aware of him yes the prices go across the board in around 10 seconds so difficult to get on every day but just about possible - not that I do. I did some analysis of his tips over a year ago and he was definitely more prolific on the All Westher (rarely tips on the jumps), and particularly his 2 pointers (never does more than 2 pointers these days). So I always back those.

    From memory I believe his last 3 year's of Royal Ascot tips have yielded a decent profit - obviously no guarantee the same will happen this year of course. Great thing about Royal Ascot is that due to the liquidity in the market you have a decent chance at getting the prices either the night before when he posts them on the ATR website (after a 5 min head's up via his twitter account), or early the next morning when they can drift back out. He's already tipped a couple antipost.

    I realise many of you astute punters would rather pick your own, but for anyone like me who doesn't know much about the flat it does keep things easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinestone_Cowboy View Post
    One very simple strategy for my Royal Ascot - will be backing all Hugh Taylor tips blind. He is quite frankly a brilliant tipster and the only one I am aware of who has all his tips online (for the last 9 years, scroll to bottom of page): http://www.attheraces.com/tips/atr-tipsters/hugh-taylor As you can see his ROI has improved year on year.

    For those that are aware of him yes the prices go across the board in around 10 seconds so difficult to get on every day but just about possible - not that I do. I did some analysis of his tips over a year ago and he was definitely more prolific on the All Westher (rarely tips on the jumps), and particularly his 2 pointers (never does more than 2 pointers these days). So I always back those.

    From memory I believe his last 3 year's of Royal Ascot tips have yielded a decent profit - obviously no guarantee the same will happen this year of course. Great thing about Royal Ascot is that due to the liquidity in the market you have a decent chance at getting the prices either the night before when he posts them on the ATR website (after a 5 min head's up via his twitter account), or early the next morning when they can drift back out. He's already tipped a couple antipost.

    I realise many of you astute punters would rather pick your own, but for anyone like me who doesn't know much about the flat it does keep things easy
    He blows most tipsters out of the water. It won't be the worst strategy to follow him at Royal Ascot as you'd imagine the prices of his selections will hold at the bigger meetings.

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    Skybet have a boost.

    Sergei Prokofiev (Coventry Stakes) and Harry Angel (Diamond Jubilee Stakes) both to win, was 9/1 now 14/1

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