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Ascot UK - Big Week

East Coast Racing
McEvoy warmed up with an odds on winner last night at another course. His rides at Ascot as at Monday night;

TUESDAY 
R1 Mythical Bridge 26
R3 Houtzen 20
R6 Zorion 50

WED
R1 Divine Spirit 12
R2 Moonlight Spirit 12
R4 Preening 20

THURS
R1 A'Ali 7 backed in from 12s
R5 Awe 14
R6 Cape Cavalli 33

James McDonald rides
TUESDAY
R2 Coase 25
R3 Equilateral 16

WEDNESDAY
R1 Flippa The Strippa 14
R2 Almost Midnight 25
R5 Exec Chef 25 (currently reserve)











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  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    7,494 posts
    It's @SLIPPERGOLDEN time to shine!
  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,779 posts
    edited June 17
    I appreciate your support Bomber but due to business commitments I will not have a lot of time to study form but will post a few. Very early choices... 

    TUESDAY
    R1 A'Ali
    R2 Great Scot

    WED
    R3 Deirdre...Each Way all day at currently 25s though glad to get 50s
    R4 Capri
    R6 Questionare


  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    These carnivals are great to watch. UK do it well - televised presentation.
  • thefalconthefalcon    16,016 posts
    we do it OK here in Oz, riders.....the melb. carnival etc.
  • therealkramertherealkramer    6,938 posts
    thefalcon said:

    we do it OK here in Oz, riders.....the melb. carnival etc.

    Yeah. Cos we just love hearing missing the mounting yard coverage so we can hear what D grade celebrities are wearing [-(

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  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,779 posts
    R1 Sharja Bridge & Accidental Agent
    R2 Well of Wisdom
    R3 Sergei Prokofiev. Interesting to see how Oz Houtzen goes.
    R4 King of Comedy with Circus Maximus a big threat
    R5 Fun Mac to beat Snow Falcon. Jukebox Jive is one at odds. Cosmelli at $66 has been given a chance by respected UK tipster as has Kerosin. A very tricky race
    R6 First Nation to improve and win. If left alone in front Dolphin Vista is one to include at crazy odds
  • paraleticparaletic    3,232 posts

    thefalcon said:

    we do it OK here in Oz, riders.....the melb. carnival etc.

    Yeah. Cos we just love hearing missing the mounting yard coverage so we can hear what D grade celebrities are wearing [-(

    lol this is true. Always in the birdcage farking around with home and away stars or worse
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    7,494 posts
    Nice result in r4 last night slip
  • detonatordetonator    1,846 posts

    thefalcon said:

    we do it OK here in Oz, riders.....the melb. carnival etc.

    Yeah. Cos we just love hearing missing the mounting yard coverage so we can hear what D grade celebrities are wearing [-(

    Watched Houtzens race, unfortunately didnt see Houtzen it in the parade ring, trotting down to the barriers or parading around the gates.
    Maybe UK coverage not perfect ?
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    I like the "very latest mounting yard mail" on Sky for French Racing...invariably a runner in the top four he selects is a non runner! Most times been scratched for hours.

    It's obviously been pre-recorded, and many hours beforehand.
  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,779 posts
    edited June 19
    H-BOMBER said:

    Nice result in r4 last night slip

    But the others were ordinary but hey let's go again..

    R1 Theory of Time - Raffle Prize
    R2 Moonlight Spirit -Nate The Great - Nayef Road
    R3 Deirdre to run a bold race at long odds. Novelties.
    R4 Time for a cuppa.... Red Tea to flash home late
    R5 Robin of Navan unlucky recent starts and is an each way special. Clon Coulis a danger. What's The Story has been backed at odds and is a chance
    R6 Dylan De Vega. Two at odds that can surprise Glasvegas and French raider Wheels On Fire
  • rooboyrooboy    1,334 posts
    You would have to be on the WA horse in the 2nd Slip!
    I have done the form 
    :-j :-j :-j 
    Will have your 3 plus Norway and WA in an allway Tri!
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    7,494 posts

    H-BOMBER said:

    Nice result in r4 last night slip

    But the others were ordinary but hey let's go again..

    R1 Theory of Time - Raffle Prize
    R2 Moonlight Spirit -Nate The Great - Nayef Road
    R3 Deirdre to run a bold race at long odds. Novelties.
    R4 Time for a cuppa.... Red Tea to flash home late
    R5 Robin of Navan unlucky recent starts and is an each way special. Clon Coulis a danger. What's The Story has been backed at odds and is a chance
    R6 Dylan De Vega. Two at odds that can surprise Glasvegas and French raider Wheels On Fire



    I like to be positive about anyone putting their tips up. Good luck

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  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    i'll be tuning in tonight

    race 4 - I Can Fly, apparently a heap of speed up front to suit it (and your tip Slip) so look for both of them to be finishing strong 
    ;)
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    Slip snaffles the first winner Raffle Prize...just a 25 horse field, 20/1.

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  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    Why is there no market on TABtouch for race 1?? I even went back to Tuesday thinking it might be due to ES time difference and nothing!
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    It was there Hash...you have to go bottom of tab touch race page.

    No tote because more than 24 runners ( was 28 before scratchings )

    Another big field of over 24 later and Tabtouch fixed odds market is up.
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    And check the tote prices out!!!

    Co-mingling with Hong Kong and their King Kong size!!
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    In the second race was checking out the pool sizes about ten mins before the race and well over 500k in the win pool!

    99% from Hong Kong - if you think us Aussies like a bet...there in another league!

    Finished up over 1.5 mill in the win pool.

    Was taking the quinella and thought oh well can do it for a $1 or $2 but not much more, just betting against yourself....final pool on the quinella...$2.32 million!!

    That's Hong Kong funny money but even so.
  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    Following the late money on betfair and punting on Crystal ocean to beat the fav
  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    Silly decision by Ryan Moore to switch back to the inside on Magical as it turned out the winner layed in and took its run, if he pulls it to the outside it probably wins... no complaints from me though!
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    ^^ <:-P
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    Frankie Dettori on fire...that was a great ride on Crystal Ocean. He ghosted the pacemaker and wasn't going to let the fave go by.

    He's an Ascot specialist - September 1996 - 7 races - 7 rides - 7 wins.
  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    having a saver on Pretty Baby aswell as s/o on Can Fly
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 19
    28 of them going around in the next at Ascot, was 33 but 5 scratchings.
    Tabtouch betting 4.80 the fave in a field of 28 8-|
  • hashhash    6,442 posts
    Kings Field at 26/1 wouldn’t be the worse tip to throw out in the next, will jump and be on pace if not lead
  • JayJayJayJay    5,190 posts
    Someone asleep in the naming department for the Hunt Club Cup....race callers nightmare gets up....Afaaq. No matter how you pronounce it, sounds bad....probably means Nice Horse in arabic. Don't mind the coverage at all, a thumbs up from me.

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  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,779 posts
    edited June 19
    Thankfully a result in 4 of the 5 races tipped

    R1 Raffle Prize 1st @ $19
    R2 Nayef Road 3rd @ $17
    R5 Clon Coulis 2nd at $17 beaten a nostril.
    R6 Glasvegas 3rd @ $26

    My each way special tip was out the door once the track surface changed after selecting it.
    In the end a profitable evening.

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  • DamienWyerDamienWyer    7,041 posts
    Geez Frankie is killing it
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    9,246 posts
    edited June 20
    48 years young now...was just 25 when riding 7 out of 7 at Ascot 23 years ago.

    On that occasion such was his popularity in multi bet's and punter's doubling up over and over that some bookmakers couldn't pay out on the day.
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