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FIRST RACE 1.40
TWO MILES ABOUT FOUR FURLONGS (2M 4F) FOR FIVE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS
THE DOWNLOAD FITZDARES FOR FREE RACE STREAMING HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 5)
Total prize fund £6450 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £2605, 2nd £1302, 3rd £651, 4th £326, 5th £163. (Penalty Value £3406.24) Weights raised 5lb and paragraph 34 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. 7 Eliminated Under Rules (I)9 and (I)10.
LEADING COURSE TRAINER (17-22): N Mulholland (24 wins from 175 runners, 14%) runs BALINESKER BEACH & NO WORRIES TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): W Greatrex (2 wins from 9 runners, 22%) runs HERMES LE GRIS LONGEST TRAVELLER: EROS trained by K Woollacott, Crewkerne, 124 miles.
WHO IS THAT saw off a next-time-out winner at Fontwell last month so a 4lb rise may not prevent Chris Gordon’s charge going in again. Eros is better than he showed at Exeter last time and is second choice ahead of chase-newcomers Mole Court and Balinesker Beach.
1-2-3: 1.WHO IS THAT (IRE) 2.EROS (FR) 3.MOLE COURT (IRE) colours no horse age st lb
1 DOM BOSCO (GB) (26) P6/4440-
B g Blue Bresil (FR) - Deﬁnitely Better (IRE) Ciaran Gethings
Miss Julie Hoskins Tom George, Slad
Br Mrs Elizabeth Fletcher HBA Media
TIMEFORMVIEWBumper efforts weren’t devoid of promise. Achieved only modest form over hurdles, disappointing in an Exeter handicap hurdle last month. Now switches to fences and has a tongue tie ﬁtted as he bids to get his career back on track. TFRHHIII BHA95
2 GUGUSS COLLONGES (FR) (95) 33/2P46- D
B g Secret Singer (FR) - Une Collonges (FR) James Davies
Mr David Gilmour & Mr James Dellaway
Roger Teal, Lambourn
Br G.A.E.C Delorme Chartplan(2004) Ltd
TIMEFORMVIEWTook a step back in right direction when fourth of 10 in handicap chase at Ludlow in December but not in the same form over hurdles at Warwick 8 weeks later Been off for 3 months TFRHHHII BHA93
3 MOLE COURT (IRE) (35) 460213-
B g Court Cave (IRE) - Running Wild (IRE) Kielan Woods
Mr Oliver Troup
Ben Pauling, Naunton
Br Joseph Cunningham Fitzdares
TIMEFORMVIEW Off the mark in Hereford handicap hurdle in February. Respectable third at Southwell last month ahead of this switch to fences for the ﬁrst time One to consider TFRHHHHI BHA92
4 EST ILLIC (IRE) (25) 6P/04P3-
B or Br g Court Cave (IRE) - Ten Friends (IRE) Cillin Leonard (5)
Mr Andrew Gough
Sarah-Jayne Davies, Leominster
Br Gerry Ross Sjd Racing
TIMEFORM VIEWFairly useful sort at his best but has essentially become disappointing nowadays Did manage to ﬁnish third at Bangor last time but it was a far from convincing performance, losing his place completely before closing up again late. TFRHHIII BHA91
5 WHO IS THAT (IRE) (26) 2212P1- D
Ch g Shirocco (GER) - Nodelay (IRE)
Mr Freddie Gordon (7)
Mr D. S. Dennis Chris Gordon, Winchester
Br Mrs Margaret M. Lynch Goodwin Racing Ltd, Equestrian Fencing & Timber Ltd
TIMEFORMVIEWThird chase win of last season when seeing off 5 rivals at Fontwell (19.5f) last month. The runner-up gave the form a boost when scoring last month and a 4lb rise may not prevent him going in again. TFRHHHHH BHA87 (+2)
6 SIR JACK WEST (IRE) (82) 0P31P3- D
B g Westerner - Star Sprinkled Sky (IRE)
Knowle Racing Stables Limited
Br Patrick Cronin
Chris Ward (3)
Deborah Cole, Solihull
Lewisham Developments Limited
TIMEFORM VIEWCapitalised on a reduced mark when ﬁnally opening his account in 20.5f Leicester handicap hurdle in November but but pulled up back there the following month and mixed round of jumping when remote third on Warwick chase debut in February. Been off 12 weeks. TFRHHIII BHA86
7 NO WORRIES (GB) (142) 261/01F- CD
B g Passing Glance - Silver Sequel
Br M. Burbidge
Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke
TIMEFORM VIEW Won 3 times over hurdles in 2021/22 season and struck on Ludlow chase debut in November Fell heavily 4 out at Huntingdon on Boxing Day and not seen since. TFRHHHII BHA86
EROS (FR) (36) 3P3224-
B g Diamond Boy (FR) - Madame Lys (FR) Ben Godfrey (3)
Mr D Stevens & Mrs S Stevens Kayley Woollacott, Crewkerne
Br Mr Fernand Sellier The Firehouse Somerset
TIMEFORMVIEWStill a maiden but was placed 5 times in handicap chases last season Remote fourth at Exeter latest but he’s capable of bouncing back in ﬁrst-time cheekpieces. On the shortlist. TFRHHHHI BHA85
9 HERMES LE GRIS (FR) (65) 55060P-
Gr g Gris de Gris (IRE) - Lola Lolita (FR) Jonjo O’Neill Jr
David Turner & Ellie Lines
Warren Greatrex, Upper Lambourn
Br Jacques Lauriot 1Account Ltd
TIMEFORMVIEW Disappointing in handicap hurdles this year and it remains to be seen whether a switch to fences improves matters Has a ﬁrst-time hood added to his tongue tie. TFRHHIII BHA84
BALINESKER BEACH (IRE) (83) P00355- D
B g Fame And Glory - Minnie Ray (IRE) Harry Cobden
Mrs P. Awdry Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke
Br Miss Pauline Gallagher & Mr J. Quinn
TIMEFORM VIEW Modest form over hurdles but it’s possible this point winner could do better over fences and the booking of Harry Cobden takes the eye One to monitor closely in the betting. TFRHHHII BHA80
11 MAN OF THE NORTH (GB) (24) 50/0424-
B g And Beyond (IRE) - Latin Beauty (IRE) Lee Edwards
Last Day Racing Partnership Dave Roberts, Kenley
Br Peter Storey
TIMEFORMVIEW Offered more when second over 21f at Newton Abbot last month and stamina almost certainly stretched when remote fourth at Stratford (27.5f) since.
12 YAAZAAIN (GB) (138) 22034P- 7 10-7
B g Iffraaj - Tamazirte (IRE) David Noonan Meadvale Syndicate Nigel Hawke, Tiverton
Br Ecurie La Vallee Martigny/Ecurie du Loup Junction 24 Ltd
TIMEFORM VIEW Poor maiden hurdler who was pulled up back chasing at Taunton when last seen in December Needs to have been refreshed by a break
2022: DUC DE BOURBON (FR) 6 11 10 Lorcan Williams 11-4 (Paul Nicholls) 5 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 12 Hood worn ﬁrst time by No. 9. Tongue Strap worn ﬁrst time by No. 1. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn ﬁrst time by No. 8. Tongue Strap worn by No. 7, 8, 9, 10. Hood, Tongue Strap worn by No. 6. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2, 4, 5, 10.
Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Who Is That (IRE), 5-1 Eros (FR), 7-1 Man of The North (GB), 15-2 No Worries (GB), 9-1 Balinesker Beach (IRE), 10-1 Mole Court (IRE), 16-1 Yaazaain (GB), 22-1 Sir Jack West (IRE), 25-1 Est Illic (IRE), 28-1 Dom Bosco (GB), 40-1 Hermes Le Gris (FR), 100-1 Guguss Collonges (FR)
SECOND RACE 2.15
TWO MILES ABOUT SEVEN FURLONGS (2M 7F) FOR FIVE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS
THE PLAY WITH THE FINEST BOOKMAKER - FITZDARES HANDICAP STEEPLE CHASE (CLASS 4)
Total prize fund £9200 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £3716, 2nd £1857, 3rd £929, 4th £465, 5th £232. (Penalty Value £4858.52) Weights lowered 4lb.
LEADING COURSE TRAINER (17-22): F O’Brien (34 wins from 174 runners, 20%) runs NO NO MAESTRO TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): F O’Brien (9 wins from 28 runners, 32%) runs NO NO MAESTRO WEIGHTWATCHER: PREMIER D’TROICE won off a handicap mark of 114, his rating is now down 7lb to 107. LONGEST TRAVELLER: LORD BRYAN trained by P Bowen, Haverfordwest, 176 miles.
Backing a horse as fragile as ONEUPMANSHIP comes with risks attached but he shaped as though back in form fitted with blinkers at Uttoxeter last month so he’s chanced to build on that. Wick Green was disappointing at Wincanton but is fancied to bounce back given his profile, with No No Maestro another to consider having been freshened up by a break
1-2-3: 1.ONEUPMANSHIP (IRE) 2.WICK GREEN 3.NO NO MAESTRO (IRE) colours no horse age st lb
1 NO NO MAESTRO (IRE) (207) 1/23414- CD
B g Mahler - Maisey Down Jack Hogan(5)
Don Sebastiao Partnership Fergal O’Brien, Cheltenham
Br Michael Lacy Willerby Landscapes Limited
TIMEFORMVIEWFairly useful chaser who opened his account over hurdles in a 3-runner novice at Worcester (23f, good) in July, well ridden Well held over timber 3 months and off since, but he’s in top hands. TFRHHHHI BHA116
2 ICONE D’AUBRELLE (FR) (41) 12F5/35-
B g Cokoriko (FR) - Tiree A Part (FR) Harry Cobden
Mr Robert Waley-Cohen Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke
Br Frederic Boistier Upton Viva Stud
Won juvenile hurdle at Bordeaux and produced similar form in 3 runs upon joining present yard last term Low-key start in handicaps in 2023 but retains potential on this his second chase start. TFR
3 LORD BRYAN (IRE) (187) 11PP3P- CD
B g Brian Boru - Run Cat (IRE) Robert Dunne
Miss Jayne Brace & Mr Gwyn Brace Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest
Br Robert Merrigan Peter and Karen Bowen Racing
TIMEFORM VIEW In top form when completing a hat-trick around 3m between April and June in 2022 Pulled up
4 starts since and off 6 months. TFRHHIII BHA111
4 LAST QUARTER (IRE) (22) 1P62P4- D
B g Walk In The Park (IRE) - Lunar Path (IRE) Jack Tudor
Brocade Racing David Pipe, Wellington
Br Sweetmans Bloodstock W & S Recycling
TIMEFORMVIEW Hurdles winner who left his chase bow well behind when just failing at Ffos Las (23.8f) in March. Below par at Uttoxeter next time but shaped quite well returned to Ffos Las last month. TFRHHHII BHA109
5 WICK GREEN (GB) (31) 04/P12P-
B g Sagamix (FR) - Jolly Dancer Kielan Woods
Shy John Partnership Ben Pauling, Naunton
Br Mr C. Horton Fitzdares
TIMEFORM VIEW Back to his best when making a winning start for Ben Pauling in February and backed that up when an excellent second at Taunton. Tame effort at Wincanton a month ago but type to bounce back given overall proﬁle and cheekpieces now on TFRHHHHI BHA109
6 RAKHINE STATE (IRE) (26) 61/3333- C
B g Arakan (USA) - Oiselina (FR) Sam Twiston-Davies
Mr Adam Lucock D. J. Jeffreys, Hinton-On-The-Green
Br Bluegate Stud
TIMEFORMVIEWThree-time winner over hurdles for Gordon Elliott and gained ﬁrst success for current yard in handicap at Worcester in summer 2021 Lightly raced and hasn’t built on that since, however, often held back by his jumping. TFRHHHII BHA108
GREAT D’ANGE (FR) (21) 23104P-
B g Great Pretender (IRE) - Vickx (FR) Ciaran Gethings
Tim Syder Tom George, Slad
Br Mr A. Fouilleul & Mr S. Fouilleul HBA Media
TIMEFORM VIEW Back to winning ways when taking 8-runner handicap chase at Huntingdon in December (23.6f, good to soft). However, he’s disappointed on each of his three outings since TFRHHHII BHA107
PREMIER D’TROICE (FR) (22) 353320- D 9 11-2
B g Great Pretender (IRE) - Mick Bora (FR)
Nick Elliott & Heather Shane
Katy Price, Llanigon
Br C. Marie, C. Pierre Marie & C. Chalots Tote
TIMEFORMVIEWCapitalised on a much-reduced mark when landing a Uttoxeter handicap chase (26f) last June. Largely below that level since, clouting one at Ffos Las 3 weeks ago. TFRHHHII BHA107
9 ONEUPMANSHIP (IRE) (46) 4FP/064- 8 11-2
Ch g Mahler - Letthisbetheone (IRE) Richie McLernon
Charlie Walker & Phil Fry
Anthony Honeyball, Beaminster
Br Capel Bloodstock P3P Partners LLP
TIMEFORMVIEWFairhurdlerwhowasintheprocessofmakingagoodﬁrstattemptoverfenceswhenfallingatFfosLasinDecember2021.Hasn’tstoodmuchracing since but ﬁtted with blinkers, he showed much more than previous 2 runs for this yard when fourth at Uttoxeter last month. Could go well TFRHHHHH BHA107
2022: BALLYMILAN 7 11 0 Sam Twiston-Davies 8-1 (Neil Mulholland) 5 ran
Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn ﬁrst time by No. 5. Visor worn by No. 4. Tongue Strap worn by No. 1, 3, 7. Blinkers, Tongue Strap worn by No. 9. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 1, 2, 3, 8.
GREAT D’ANGE: Following its run on 26/4/2023 it was reported that the horse was never travelling.
Probable S.P’s: 9-2 Wick Green (GB), 11-2 Last Quarter (IRE), 6-1 No No Maestro (IRE), 13-2 Oneupmanship (IRE), 15-2 Rakhine State (IRE), 10-1 Premier d’Troice (FR), 11-1 Icone d’Aubrelle (FR), 14-1 Great d’Ange (FR), 16-1 Lord Bryan (IRE)
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THIRD RACE 2.50
ABOUT TWO MILES (2M)
FOR MAIDEN FOUR AND FIVE YRS OLD
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OPEN MAIDEN NATIONAL HUNT FLAT RACE (CLASS 5) (Category 3 Elimination) (GBB RACE)
Total prize fund £4800 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £2003, 2nd £1002, 3rd £501, 4th £251. (Penalty Value £2614.08)
LEADING COURSE TRAINER (17-22): N Mulholland (24 wins from 175 runners, 14%) runs CHARIA & JONGLEUR D’ETOILES
TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): N Henderson (5 wins from 28 runners, 18%) runs FIERCE WARRIOR
LONGEST TRAVELLER: PRINCESS UNIQUE trained by P Bowen, Haverfordwest, 176 miles.
Little form to go on and the market should prove highly informative. TED’S GIFT represents last year’s winning yard so this Scorpion newcomer is fancied to make a winning start at the chief expense of fellow debuant Onewaywest. Nicky Henderson’s Fierce Warrior hinted at promise when fifth at Huntingdon and can also have a say.
1-2-3: 1.TED’S GIFT 2.ONEWAYWEST (IRE) 3.FIERCE WARRIOR (IRE) colours no horse age st lb
1 SWEET THREAT (FR) (26) 0-
B g Triple Threat (FR) - Sweet Chestnut (FR) Ciaran Gethings
Mr Michael Stenning Tom George, Slad
Br Mr J. Cussy & Mme E. Hamelin HBA Media
TIMEFORM VIEW Twelfth of 13 in bumper at Exeter (16.7f, good to soft, 7/1) on NH debut 26 days ago. More is needed.
2 TARBUCK (GB) (-)
B g Telescope (IRE) - Tarbay
Br D. J. & C. Dyson
Claire Dyson, Bromsgrove
David Noonan FSF Racing
Equine Water Treadmll, Equestrian Direct LTD
TIMEFORMVIEWTelescope gelding. Dam unraced half-sister to useful chaser up to 25f Wicklow Lad, from family of 1994 Supreme Novices Hurdle winner Arctic Kinsman. Market can guide. TFRHHIII BHA-
3 TOUCH OF THUNDER (IRE) (48) 5-
B g Beat Hollow - Sweetheart
Blythe Hill Racing, L.Talbot & The Crowd Camilla Poulton, Lewes
Br Miss Victoria Markowiak
TIMEFORM VIEW Fifth of 7 in bumper (5/1) at Warwick (16f, heavy) on NH debut 48 days ago. Needs a big step forward.
4 CHARIA (GB) (-)
Ch g Yorgunnabelucky (USA) - Midnight Sequel
Br Mike Burbidge
Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke
TIMEFORMVIEW Yorgunnabelucky gelding. Dam, fair 23f hurdle winner, also 9f-1 1/2m winner on Flat, half-sister to fairly useful hurdler/chaser (stayed 21f) Master Burbidge Considered newcomer
5 FIERCE WARRIOR (IRE) (37) 5- 4 10-10
B or Br g Sholokhov (IRE) - Kris Kindle (IRE)
Middleham Park Racing LXXV
Br Ballyhampshire Stud Ltd
Nico de Boinville
Nicky Henderson, Lambourn
Middleham Park Racing, Unibet
TIMEFORM VIEW Sholokhov gelding who made an encouraging start when ﬁfth of 10 in bumper (3/1) at Huntingdon (15.8f, soft) on NH debut 37 days ago. Can build on it now
6 JONGLEUR D’ETOILES (FR) (-) 4 10-10
B g It’s Gino (GER) - Salika (FR) Richie McLernon
Mr John P. McManus Neil Mulholland, Limpley Stoke
Br Mr Guy Cherel & Mlle Martine Glais
TIMEFORM VIEW It’s Gino gelding. Half-brother to 3 winners, including fair hurdler/fairly useful chaser Cariatide and fairly useful hurdler/chaser Gain de Cause. Much respected debutant TFRHHHII BHA-
ONEWAYWEST (IRE) (-) 4 10-10
B g Westerner - Onewayortheother (IRE) Kielan Woods
The Parallel Lines Partnership Ben Pauling, Naunton
Br Donal Kenneally Fitzdares
TIMEFORM VIEW€25,000 3-y-o, Westerner gelding. Half-brother to useful hurdler/chaser Birchdale and fairly useful 21f hurdle winner Sonny Crockett Highly respected on debut TFRHHHHI BHA-
TED’S GIFT (GB) (-)
B g Scorpion (IRE) - Try The Bell (IRE) Jonjo O’Neill Jr
Mr Robert Lester Jonjo O’Neill, Cheltenham
Br Mr & Mrs I. Ross Wasdell Group
TIMEFORM VIEW Scorpion gelding. Dam unraced. Yard took this event 12 months ago so he’s a newcomer to note
9 CALL HER CLEVER (IRE) (-)
Gr or Ro m Califet (FR) - Pure Genius (IRE) Jack Tudor
ValueRacingClub.co.uk David Pipe, Wellington
Br Gillian Nevin & Stuart Middleton W & S Recycling
TIMEFORMVIEW €2,200 3-y-o, Califet mare Dam fair hurdler (21f winner, stayed 3m). Wears tongue strap. Another newcomer who needs considering
10 PRINCESS UNIQUE (GB) (-)
B f Telescope (IRE) - Grape Tree Flame Ben Jones
Steve & Jackie Fleetham Peter Bowen, Haverfordwest
Br F. Lloyd
TIMEFORM VIEW £7,000 3-y-o, Telescope ﬁlly. Dam useful 2 3/4m-25f hurdle winner No forlorn hope
DECLARED RUNNERS 10 Hood, Tongue Strap worn ﬁrst time by No. 9.
NO CORRESPONDING RACE LAST YEAR
Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Fierce Warrior (IRE), 11-2 Ted’s Gift (GB), 6-1 Charia (GB), 15-2 Jongleur d’Etoiles (FR), 17-2 Onewaywest (IRE), 9-1 Call Her Clever (IRE), 14-1 Princess Unique (GB), 22-1 Sweet Threat (FR), 25-1 Tarbuck (GB), Touch of Thunder (IRE)
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FOURTH RACE 3.25
TWO MILES ABOUT SEVEN FURLONGS (2M 7F) FOR NOVICE FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS
THE GET PULLING WITH PJ NICHOLLS SSANGYONG NOVICES’ HURDLE RACE (CLASS 4) (ARC Summer Novices’ Brush Hurdle Series Qualiﬁer) (GBB RACE)
Total prize fund £8000 x Owners Prize Money. 1st £3338, 2nd £1670, 3rd £834, 4th £418. (Penalty Value £4356.80)
LEADING COURSE TRAINER (17-22): C Longsdon (18 wins from 106 runners, 17%) runs ALMAZHAR GARDE TRAINER-IN-FORM (LAST 14 DAYS): C Longsdon (2 wins from 13 runners, 15%) runs ALMAZHAR GARDE LONGEST TRAVELLER: TOUT PARIS trained by B V Lund, Bridgwater, 99 miles.
HUELGOAT developed into a fairly useful performer over fences last year, winning 4 times and, entitled to be sharper for his first start for 4 months at Perth in April, it would come as no surprise to see him play a leading role back over hurdles. Almazhar Garde is also better known for his exploits over fences but rates the chief threat.
1-2-3: 1.HUELGOAT (FR) 2.ALMAZHAR GARDE (FR) 3.DESTROYTHEEVIDENCE colours no horse age st lb
1 ALMAZHAR GARDE (FR) (28) F0P420- D
Ch g Kapgarde (FR) - Loin de Moi (FR) Bradley Roberts (7)
Arthur’s Party Charlie Longsdon, Chipping Norton
Br Mr Fabrice Simon Merribelle Stable Llc
TIMEFORMVIEWFairly useful chaser who comes here on a losing run but did run well when second in Grand Military Gold Cup on penultimate start in March Below par display tackling 28f trip at Cheltenham since but he’s certainly not out of things on this belated return to hurdling TFRHHHHI BHA117
2 BLAZING HARTINGO (IRE) (7) 2UP-0
B g Mores Wells - Hazel Toi (IRE)
Mr Lewis Gordon (7)
Mrs C. Williams Evan Williams, Llancarfan
Br Pat & Bernadette Vaughan
TIMEFORMVIEW11,000 gns 5-y-o, Mores Wells gelding Runner-up completed start in points but early reminders and ﬁnished well-beaten ninth in 11-runner Fontwell maiden hurdle on Rules debut 7 days ago. Passed over here TFRHHIII BHA-
3 DESTROYTHEEVIDENCE (GB) (16) 53-3
B g Kayf Tara - Mathine (FR) David Bass
Mr P. J. Andrews Kim Bailey, Cheltenham
Br Mr J. L. Lightfoot Kim Bailey Racing Ltd
TIMEFORM VIEW Fair form in a couple of bumpers this year (third at Doncaster latterly) and similar form without totally convincing with his application when third in 8-runner maiden hurdle at Kempton (21f) 16 days ago. Still, it remains early days with him at least. TFRHHHII BHA-
4 HUELGOAT (FR) (21) 113224-
B g Voiladenuo (FR) - Cavadee (FR)
Owners Group 080 Paul Nicholls, Ditcheat
Br Jean-Bernard Chapalain Owners Group
TIMEFORMVIEWMuchimprovedswitchedtochasingduringsecondhalfoflastyear,completingquick-ﬁre4-timeratNewbury(22.4f)inNovember Plentyofcreditable efforts in defeat have followed, and likely he’ll be sharper for ﬁrst start for 4 months at Perth in April. Solid claims back over hurdles. TFRHHHHH BHA117
5 TOUT PARIS (FR) (39) 05/2U0P-
B g Kapgarde (FR) - Parice de La Borie (FR) James Best
The Isle Of Frogs Partnership Ben Lund, Bridgwater
Br Mme Celine Sirven-Gualde
TIMEFORMVIEW Record over both sets of obstacles hardly solid and he was struggling some way out when pulled up in a Newton Abbot maiden (18.5f) early last month. Hard to fancy.
2022: HIGH STAKES (IRE) 8 11 4 Harry Bannister 4-9 (Warren Greatrex) 6 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 5
Tongue Strap worn by No. 1, 4. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 1.
Probable S.P’s: 5-4 Huelgoat (FR), 2-1 Almazhar Garde (FR), 7-2 Destroytheevidence (GB), 33-1 Blazing Hartingo (IRE), 66-1 Tout Paris (FR)
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Tennis is an excellent sport for beginners to bet on because it is simple to comprehend and follow. Tennis matches are plentiful to bet on, especially during Grand Slam tournaments, and betting odds are generally simple to understand.What is the hardest thing to bet on? ›
Baseball. Baseball is the hardest sport to bet on, and it comes in at the top of the list. In spite of the fact that I love to bet on the American game, it is known as the most difficult sport to win money in. Baseball, compared to other major sports, is by far the riskiest sport to bet on.What is the safest bet on football? ›
What is the safest bet on a football? According to many seasoned bettors, the double chance football system is the safest betting strategy. Double chance is also the easiest, involving two possible outcomes. Typically, you will pick either a home win or draw, away win or draw or home win or away win.Which odd is likely to win? ›
Odds are presented as a positive or negative number next to the team's name. A negative number means the team is favored to win, while a positive number indicates that they are the underdog.Is it better to bet more on slots? ›
In slots, like in video poker, the higher the bet — the more you can win. And, at the same time, the smaller the bet...the smaller the wins. So, yes: your bet determines how much you win on slots. Slot machine payouts are proportional to what you wager in the game.Is it better to bet early or late? ›
In fact, sportsbooks set lines where they think they can balance the handle instead of trying to predict a final score. This is why you can often find better value betting on early lines if you're a good handicapper. The early lines can move quickly because many sharp bettors bet on them.Is it better to bet even or odd? ›
Even bets shelter you from a draw
Evens/odds bets don't take into account extra time or penalties, meaning a draw is always possible. Moreover, a draw is always even. In this sense, betting on an even number of total goals can be a plus to protect your stake a little more.
If games went over or under much more often than the other, sports betting would be easy, wouldn't it? The betting market is pretty good at creating accurate totals to split both sides 50/50. But in most sports, games do go under slightly more often. It's not enough to beat the vig and be blindly profitable, though.Should you bet on the highest odds? ›
High odds are your best bet if you want to take a significant risk in the hope of winning a big prize. Low odds are necessary if you wish to place a wager with little risk and don't mind relatively little winnings.
Betting on favourites against the spread results in better payouts than when taking the moneyline. With underdogs, covering the spread requires winning the contest or losing by a less than the point spread.What does cover +3.5 mean? ›
A spread of +3.5 means a team must win outright or lose by fewer than four points to cover the spread. A +3.5 spread is particularly enticing in football because, as noted earlier, 3-point victory margins are extremely common. An example of a +3.5 spread: New England Patriots +3.5. Miami Dolphins -3.5.Does 3 way moneyline include OT? ›
In two-way moneyline betting (no draws), overtime is included. However, in three-way moneyline betting where there is a draw (tie) option, overtime does not matter as the three-way bet is settled after 60 minutes.What does insure bet 6 places mean? ›
Insurebet does exactly as it says - it's an insurance against your horse being beaten if your horse but finishes second (Insurebet 2 Place) or second or third (Insurebet 3 Place) then you get your stake back.What does place only 2 mean? ›
A place only bet is one of the simpler bets you can go for when having a wager on horse racing or greyhound racing. The term is usually used to describe a scenario in which the horse or greyhound is bet upon to finish in the top two or three, rather than whether or not it will win the race outright.How often do 20 1 horses win? ›
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PLACE– When you bet on your horse to “place,” you're betting that he will come in first OR second. If your horse finishes in first or second, you get to collect. Payout for a place bet is less than a win wager, but you do have the security of being able to cash in if your horse finishes in the top two spots.How much is a $2 superfecta box? ›
As the basic bet is one combination, a $2 Superfecta costs just that, $2. You can place a Superfecta Part Wheel under the same rules as above or a Superfecta Key meaning you can nominate one horse as your "sure thing" combined with a number of horses to finish second, third and fourth.How much does a 1 dollar exacta box cost? ›
A $1 straight exacta with two horses costs $1.00, while a $1 box exacta with two horses costs $2.00 because it covers two combinations (1-2 and 2-1).How much does a $10 across the board bet cost? ›
If one win bet is $10, for across the board wager, you usually have to cover the cost of all three bets, and you will have to pay at least $30.
As an example, let's use a Yankees-Red Sox game with a total of 10.5 and odds (or “juice”) of -120 to the Over and +100 to the Under. If you place a $100 bet on Over 10.5, you stand to collect $183.33 (original $100 bet, plus $83.33 in winnings).Can you bet over and under at the same time? ›
The line on a total bet can sometimes shift up or down, providing middling opportunities for savvy bettors. If you find two different totals at different sportsbooks, or the line moves enough, you have an opportunity to win both the over and the under simultaneously.What is the formula for over under? ›
The formula is simply Team A's average game scoring total times Team B's average game scoring total divided by the league average.How do you place a bet step by step? ›
- Navigate to your desired game and bet type.
- Click the “bet cell”
- The bet will populate in your bet slip.
- Enter your bet amount.
- Submit bet.
What happens if the over/under is exact? In the case of the final score ending on exactly the number set by the sportsbook, the bet is known as a “push,” and the original amount of the wager is returned to the bettor.What is odds vs over under? ›
A bet on the over means you think both teams will combine to score more goals, points, or runs than the total listed. Conversely, an under bet means you think there will be less than the total listed. It's that simple.What is moneyline over and under? ›
"Over" bets need to surpass the total while "Under" bets must stay lower. What is the moneyline? This is a bet where you simply pick who will win the game, match, event, or whatever we're betting on — but our ol' friend Mr. Vigorish comes into play on the moneyline, too.What happens if it's not over or under? ›
There is no winning bet, and all wagers are refunded to bettors no matter whether they took the Over or the Under.Can you parlay over under? ›
You can combine most types of wagers into parlays. Moneyline, point spreads, and totals (over/under) are all eligible for parlays (with some exceptions). Many sportsbooks also allow parlays on prop bets (again, though, there can be limitations).Should you bet over or under in football? ›
As you progress in your journey as a football bettor, there will be times when you realize that betting the point spread is not the best wager to make on a game. Often times, stout defenses, poor weather and running-based offensive teams make Over Under betting the best option.
An over–under or over/under (O/U) bet is a wager in which a sportsbook will predict a number for a statistic in a given game (usually the combined score of the two teams), and bettors wager that the actual number in the game will be either higher or lower than that number.What does over 165.5 mean? ›
If the total number of points scored by BOTH teams is over 165, the over bet wins. If the total is under 165, the under wins. Usually, the points will be in half points to prevent ties (Over/Under 165.5) As you can see, this allows you to cheer for both teams to score a ton or for both teams to do terribly.What is the easiest sport to bet on? ›
Tennis is an excellent sport for beginners to bet on because it is simple to comprehend and follow. Tennis matches are plentiful to bet on, especially during Grand Slam tournaments, and betting odds are generally simple to understand.What is the 1.50 odds strategy? ›
Summary. The over 1.5 goals market is a simple one to bet on – you just need there to be at least two goals in a game to win your bet. The odds for there to be over 1.5 goals are generally low – usually between 1.2 and 1.5 before a game starts, but on the plus side a high proportion of games will have two or more goals ...What is the best option to bet on football? ›
What is the safest bet on a football? According to many seasoned bettors, the double chance football system is the safest betting strategy. Double chance is also the easiest, involving two possible outcomes. Typically, you will pick either a home win or draw, away win or draw or home win or away win.