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Shouting the Odds – Final Part

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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Shouting the Odds – Final Part

It couldn’t last of course and it didn’t. Three consecutive winning favourites wipe out nearly half of the profit accumulated through the miraculously good first two races. We’re now down to the final two events and the chances of a winning day are back in the balance, with current profit barely covering the day’s expenses.

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Shouting the Odds, part two

Monday, April 19, 2010

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Shouting the Odds, part two

The first race of the day, an eleven runner 7 furlong handicap, looks open enough but the canny Southwell punters soon start to sort the wheat from the chaff. As I stand at Ben’s side we watch the screen slowly tell the story of what’s happening in the wider exchange market as well as what’s [...]

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Shouting The Odds, A Day With an On-Course Bookie

Monday, April 19, 2010

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Shouting The Odds, A Day With an On-Course Bookie

It’s a bright but cool April Tuesday at Southwell racecourse. The track is hosting an all weather flat card where the best race of the day is a Class 5 handicap worth just over £2,500 to the winner. An unremarkable day’s racing in every sense and very much another day at the office for on [...]

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