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    Fat Jockey (ridden out claim) Salubrious Chin's Avatar
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    Good spot thanks Charlie, 40-1 feels way too big. Unfortunately I'm heavily restricted with Sky so max bet £2.50

    Might see what price Hills or BFSB will offer

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    Fat Jockey (ridden out claim) The Don's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    They will only allow me £6.25 as a free bet on that.


    That's 2 out of 4 Sky accounts gone

    Will check the others soon....

    How have you managed to get extra accounts Kev? Mine is long gone and it would be very handy!!

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    Hi lads - good to see plenty of posters here for the summer months ahead. Letís keep this forum nicely active with this thread and the forum yankees again like last year.

    My weekly Skybet Freebets so far:
    Week 1 - Trixie: Altior (Champion Chase @ 3/1) Paisley Park (Stayers Hurdle @ 3/1) & Tiger Roll (Cross Country @ 5/2)
    Week 2 - RequestABet Treble: Altior (Champion Chase), Paisley Park (Stayers) & Klassical Dream (Any Race) @ 100/1
    Week 3 - RequestABet Treble: Altior (Champion Chase), Paisley Park (Stayers) & Klassical Dream (Any Race) @ 100/1
    Week 4 - Gypsy Island to win the Mares Novice Hurdle @ 12/1
    Week 5 - Draconien to win the Arkle @ 40/1 Each Way

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    Thinks i will have to add Draconien next week before you lot mop up all that 40/1

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    Champion Fat Jockey (Moderator) Kevloaf's Avatar
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    100/1 Any Race - Paisley Park, Altior, Klassical Dream

    ...has a bit of appeal....

    Also an Altior, Paisley Park, Defi Du Seuil(Ryanair) at 100/1 does too.

    I prefer the former.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    100/1 Any Race - Paisley Park, Altior, Klassical Dream

    ...has a bit of appeal....

    Also an Altior, Paisley Park, Defi Du Seuil(Ryanair) at 100/1 does too.

    I prefer the former.
    I think a fair few of us on here are already on the PP, Altior and Klassical Dream bet at 100/1 from a few weeks back.

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    Champion Fat Jockey (Moderator) Kevloaf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle_Of_March View Post
    I think a fair few of us on here are already on the PP, Altior and Klassical Dream bet at 100/1 from a few weeks back.
    Yeah I can see, looks a fair price.



    I still think 'saving' the 'free' £5 bets is a good way to go this year, but easier said than done.

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    I agree with Archie that there is some value to be found before the Irish festivals, but can see the logic in keeping them back afterwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane fly View Post
    I agree with Archie that there is some value to be found before the Irish festivals, but can see the logic in keeping them back afterwards

    Obviously I agree in principle... personally though I tend to ignore large parts of the end of season Irish form, especially in previous years when it's a scatter gun approach from Mullins/Elliott.

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    By and large, at this time of year you'd only want to be backing something that has a definite/very likely target next season and which is likely to be considerably shorter by the end of October.

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