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MONEYTALKS - 05 Apr 2008 13:42


shade.gifshade.gifshade.gifshade.gifshade.gifshade.gifshade.gifDAILY SELECTIONS ....LIVE FROM THE TRACK...HORSES FOR COURSES...<  <strong/>Tip of the day

Keep off the turf!

"Live everyday as if it's your last, because one day you will be right".

The horse race selections on this thread are for consideration only and are not in anyway connected with financial advice.
Please use your own judgement when betting on horses shown on this thread.
Only gamble with fun money you can afford to lose.
For most responsible people gambling is an enjoyable leisure activity.
Gambling may be a problem for people if they:
* Continue to gamble until all their money has gone
* Borrow money to continue gambling
* Lose track of time due to continuous gambling
* Neglect the welfare of themselves and their family because of gambling
The most important rule is to be a sensible and a responsible gambler who can embrace the thrills and excitement of a day at the races.

Popular Bet Types

Win Single
Bet on 1 selection in 1 race/event. Your selection must win to get a return.

Each-Way Single
Consists of 2 stakes, the win part and the place part. See rules for place terms.

Pick 1 selection in each of 4 different races/events. (11 bets win, 22 bets e/w)
Minimum 2 winners to produce a return.

Lucky 15
Pick 1 selection in each of 4 different races/events. (15 bets win, 30 bets e/w)
Minimum 1 winner to produce a return.

Lucky 31
Pick 1 selection in each of 5 different races/events. (31 bets win over 5 selections/ 5 singles /10 doubles /10 trebles/ 5 fourfolds and 1 fivefold, 62 bets e/w)
Minimum 1 winner to produce a return.

Pick 1 selection in 2 or more races/events.
All must be successful to produce a return.

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All selections are taken at best early prices and are each way value bets at 3/1 and over.
All other bets at lower prices are win only.
Results of daily selections will be re-edited the following day using best prices only.

Everyone is welcome to post their own selections on the day.
Good luck and enjoy!


mitzy - 05 Apr 2008 15:30 - 2 of 9616

I'll have Silver Birch last years winner..

only joking I'll go with my last years choice..Simon.. lets see if can get round without falling at the last fence..

moneyplus - 05 Apr 2008 16:38 - 3 of 9616

my luck must be turning---I picked first and fourth!! only put pence on though!

mitzy - 05 Apr 2008 16:48 - 4 of 9616

well done my horse must still be running.

dealerdear - 06 Apr 2008 20:13 - 5 of 9616

First my shares bomb ..

Then most of my electrical appliances decide to give up the ghost over the last few weeks ..

BUT hey, don't worry The Grand National is here ....

Yep, you guessed it, I picked two horses to win only..

... and they came 2nd and 3rd.

Think someone up there doesn't like me ....

MONEYTALKS - 07 Apr 2008 14:08 - 6 of 9616

MONEYTALKS - 08 Apr 2008 11:05 - 7 of 9616

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with cheese, an avocado, half a packet of bacon, half a packet of smoked salmon, olives, olive oil, spinach, and lemon juice.

Lunch: Bowl of chilli beef (all meat fats retained) with grated cheese. Guacamole on the side. Piece of low-carb chocolate cake.

Dinner: Large steak seared in butter, couple of fried eggs, broccoli parboiled and then tossed in the fat with some chilli and garlic. Full-fat Greek yoghurt with added double cream with blueberries and raspberries.

Snacks: Nuts, blocks of cheese, 85 per cent dark chocolate.

moneyplus - 08 Apr 2008 12:30 - 8 of 9616

Thanks Mts---I'm new to this---how successful are you? being a dizzy blonde--I just like the names most of the time no knowledge at all!!

MONEYTALKS - 08 Apr 2008 18:27 - 9 of 9616

moneyplus - I only have a small e/w fun bet 2 or 3 times a week. I follow certain trainers and jockey combinations over the jumping season that has nearly finished. Thank god i only bet small as my recent selections have been rubbish! 95% of racing punters loose over the long-term, that's why you never see a poor bookie.
If you must have a flutter now and then, make it a small wager you can afford to loose and laugh at.
Good luck with your selections.

moneyplus - 08 Apr 2008 20:26 - 10 of 9616

ah well you can't win em all---I thought at least one would be a winner but I enjoyed myself!

HARRYCAT - 08 Apr 2008 21:55 - 11 of 9616

Just to put this into perspective, a couple of years ago when I looked at the tipster's rate of success, the best free tipster was the guy from The Star newspaper with a 28% success rate, closely followed by the guy from The Sun. If these are the best tipsters on the circuit, what chance have us mortals got?!!!
But, as you say, if you enjoy a punt or two & get the odd win, then what's the harm?
Roll on the flat season & then I will keep a closer watch on this board. Sorry, but chase & hurdles are just not my thing. One horse goes down & three more behind get stopped in their tracks! Crazy!!!

Guscavalier - 09 Apr 2008 09:45 - 12 of 9616

I like a dabble now and then mainly at the top meetings like Cheltenham and Royal Ascot when the better quality horses tend to run. You also know that every horse is trying at these top meetings. As regards fallers, I steer clear of novices chases as I think more horses can come to grief in these events. Unless you really know what you are doing, it is something that should not be taken seriously but, it is a good day out. Not many poor bookies about, so I will stick with my Ladbroke shares.

MONEYTALKS - 09 Apr 2008 15:18 - 13 of 9616

3.20 - Self Respect
4.20 - Atomic Winner
5.20 - The Treacle Eater
4.40 - Digital

10p e/w lucky 15
Total 3!

MONEYTALKS - 09 Apr 2008 18:46 - 14 of 9616

Now is the time to say Goodbye
Now is the time to yield a sigh (yield it, yield it)
Now is the time to wend our waaaayeeeeee
Until we meet again
Some sunny day.

We're leaving now,
We wish you all goodbye
Fartatata, fartatata..

moneyplus - 09 Apr 2008 20:06 - 15 of 9616

well done--I was out today so missed the chance!

MONEYTALKS - 12 Apr 2008 12:32 - 16 of 9616

Today's TV e/w lucky 15 selections are:

2.10 - Heaven Sent
3.55 - Resplendent Nova
3.35 - Don't Panic
3.00 - Kalca Mome
All e/w singles
Good luck punters!

moneyplus - 12 Apr 2008 12:36 - 17 of 9616

Comply or die is running in the Scottish National on the 19th.

MONEYTALKS - 21 Apr 2008 14:03 - 18 of 9616

3.10 - Steenberg
3.40 - Great As Gold (NAP)
5.10 - Sol Rojo
5.25 - Savile's Delight (NB)
5.55 - Miss Chamanda
6.55 - Bikini

MONEYTALKS - 22 Apr 2008 08:57 - 19 of 9616

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MONEYTALKS - 04 May 2008 13:55 - 20 of 9616

2.05 -Gulf Express
2.40 - Galactic Star
3.20 - Spacious
3.40 - Trianon

50p e/w lucky 15 fun bet!

brianboru - 06 May 2008 23:32 - 21 of 9616

The shorter that everyone loves to hate 'Evil Knevil' aka Simon Cawkwell knows his horses it seems and gave another winner last week over on the other site.


If it is of any interest to anybody, I reckon that Natagora has a terrific chance in Sunday's 1000 Guineas. 3/1 is very generous.

Simon Cawkwell
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