Wk 11. NEWMARKET July Cup

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Wk 11. NEWMARKET July Cup

Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 03, 2021 7:12 pm

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..................................................NEWMARKET JULY COARSE

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.............**WELCOME TO NEWMARKET, THE HOME OF HORSERACING**


The July Cup is a Group 1 flat horse race in Great Britain open to horses aged three years or older. It is run on the July Course at Newmarket over a distance of 6 furlongs (1,207 metres), and it is scheduled to take place each year in July.

It is one of Britain's most valuable and prestigious sprint races, and many of its winners have been acknowledged as the champion sprinter in Europe.

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2020 July Cup, Oxted riding by Cieren Fallon wind the July Cup at Newmarket


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Meet our new born foals

Visits to the National Stud are particularly special at this time of year, when you can see the latest new born foals in abundance! Tours are available to book online or by telephone. They run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Alternatively, book a private tour on a day of your choice. We look forward to seeing you.

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Farrier Shoeing Demonstration

Visit the National Horseracing Museum on Saturday 24th July to see first hand the art of making horseshoes! f you’ve ever wondered about the skill this is your chance to learn more and ask questions about the ancient craft of farriery.

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HEAD BEHIND THE SCENES
Going behind-the-scenes of racing’s famous institutions can transform your July Festival experience. Seeing the racehorses training on the gallops, visiting the stud farms where champions are bred, or watching as horses are sold at Europe’s largest equine auction house will expand your racing knowledge, and give you an insight into this often mysterious world. “But how?” you ask. With Discover Newmarket, who provide all kinds of behind the scenes tours all through the year.
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Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 03, 2021 10:49 pm

Rules.
Each Week you receive £10.00 to bet with.

You can place bets on up to 2 horses in the chosen race.
1 x Win Bet
1 x Each Way Bet
Or 1 x Win Bet plus a 1 x Each Way Bet.
(Each Way bets pay out on 1/4 the odds)

Each way bets paid out on
1 to 7 runners, first 2,
8 to 16 runners first 3,
17 or more runners first 4.

if your choice is declared a Non Runner before the off, your bet will go on the fav to win,
you can change your bet at anytime before the race starts,
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Only the profit on your Winning bet/EW bets are counted. Does not include the stake money.
You cannot use any winnings in the following weeks bet, just the new £10.00,
The winner will be the person with the most profit.
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Only four more weeks to go in this years competition,
Still plenty of time for everyone to go on a winning run.,

five more races left in the Competition
Ending with 2 races at Glorious Goodwood,
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• Saturday 10th July..Newmarket..July Cup
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• Saturday 17th July. The Curragh. The Irish Oaks.
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• Saturday 24th July, Royal Ascot, King George & Queen Elisabeth Stakes
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• Saturday 31st July, Goodwood, Stewards' Cup. & Lillie Langtry Stakes
• Lillie Langtry Stakes Entries
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Name;Frosty
Win Bet.........N/A
Eaxh Way Bet..5-00...Good Effort..... 19th
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Name;All White
Win Bet.........5.00...Starman.........1st .@ ..9/2
Eaxh Way Bet..2.50. Creative Force
....5th..@..5/1
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Name;Kerry Blue
Win Bet...Win Bet...10.00......Oxted..3rd..@..11/2
Eaxh Way Bet..n/a
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Name;Tangfastic
Win Bet.....10.00....Creative Force..5th..@..5/1
Eaxh Way Bet..N/A
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Name;Lucy
Win Bet...10.00......Oxted....3rd..@..11/2
Eaxh Way Bet..n/a
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Name;BlueMike
Win Bet...10.00...Glen Shiel...6th..@..25/1
Eaxh Way Bet..N/A
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Name;Marco
Win Bet..10.00...Glen Shiel...6th..@..25/1
.Eaxh Way Bet..N/A
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Name;BlueBlood
Win Bet.........
Eaxh Way Bet..
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Name;Wolfie
Win Bet.....5.00....Oxstead...@.....3rd..@..11/2
Eaxh Way Bet..2.50,,, Supremacy
.....@....15th.@..40/1
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Post by goldandblack » Sun Jul 04, 2021 5:23 pm


THE JULY CUP.


4:25..Newmarket (July)
10 JUL 2021
ITV
6f (July) Darley July Cup Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) (Class 1) (3yo+)



Winner Receives, £255,195
Runners Maximum 20

Entries of 29 Horses not declared until Thursday 8th July 2021

https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/

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Post by goldandblack » Sun Jul 04, 2021 9:00 pm

The Punters v The Bookies.so far.

Week 1….bookies…Win…....36.25
Week…2..bookies…Lose.. 103.13
Week.3.…bookies..Win….... 49.25
Week .4….bookies Lose…...61.25
Week 5…..bookies Win….....43.75
Week…6...bookies Win….....67.50
Week…7.. bookies Win….....66.57
Week…8.. bookies Win….....55.62
Week. 9….bookies Lose….. 65.32
Week 10.. bookies Win….... 46.67

Bookies Win …365.61
Punters Win …229.70. inc Stake
Bookies are up 135.91.


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Re: Wk 11. NEWMARKET July Cup

Post by Kerry Blue » Sun Jul 04, 2021 9:31 pm

No surprise I guess, but we will get them next week 👍🤣

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Post by goldandblack » Mon Jul 05, 2021 3:11 pm

Kerry Blue wrote:
Sun Jul 04, 2021 9:31 pm
No surprise I guess, but we will get them next week 👍🤣
We sure will mate, I need to start getting some results, as I'm running out of shirts to lose, :D

That Horse " Statement " let us down, and not for the first time,

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Post by goldandblack » Mon Jul 05, 2021 3:17 pm

THE JULY CUP.
4:25..Newmarket (July)
10 JUL 2021
23 Entries to the race but not declared.
Maximum of 20 Runners,
https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/


this race is full of horses most of us have lost money on this season, one of them has to win one day.

Oxted ............9/2
Starman..........9/2
Dragon Symbol .5/1
Creative Force .9/1
Art Power ......14/1
Glen Shiel ......16/1
Supremacy.......16/1
....................20/1 Bar

https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/

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Post by goldandblack » Mon Jul 05, 2021 9:36 pm

The Secret Racegoer’s guide to Newmarket’s July Course
BY ADMIN · PUBLISHED JULY 8, 2019 · UPDATED JULY 8, 2019

The two sets of grandstands may be only a couple of furlongs apart, facing each other across the Heath, but there couldn’t be a greater contrast between Newmarket’s duo of racecourses.

Whereas the Rowley Mile is dominated by its towering Millennium stand, all glass and chrome, and trying to impress, the July Course is more sedate and comfortable in its country-casual attire.

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The Rowley Mile looks out over a vast and sometimes bleak expanse of land with a line of trees in the distance. The July Course is tucked behind those trees, which border the far side running rail, and there’s little to indicate the open space which lies beyond the greenery.

Probably helped by racing when the weather can be at its best – it’s not called the July Course for nothing – the summer venue is relaxed, with all the facilities close at hand.

The grandstands are built of brick, wood replaces chrome and the feeling is of faded glory, but anything done to modernise them would achieve little and destroy the ambience.

Modernity has been introduced behind the stands by a series of buildings housing bars, food outlets, tote windows and toilets. Sympathetic to their surroundings, the predominant materials used are wooden cladding and white pavilion-style roofing.

Older buildings, such as the weighing-room, have thatched roofs, and there’s a genteelness about the place, although possibly not when Friday night is music night.

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Viewing
Something which both Newmarket courses have in common is that viewing is limited.

On the Rowley Mile, because you can get further up in the stands and due to the rising ground, there’s pretty much an uninterrupted view down the straight as far as the mile start which, for some reason, appears to be further away than mile starts at other racecourses.

The stands on the July course don’t offer the same opportunity to climb quite so high. So, as with the Rowley Mile, you are very much dependent on the big screen and sometimes on a sunny day that’s not so easy to see.

The July’s picturesque parade ring is adjacent to the track, sited beyond the winning post. The small winner’s enclosure is separate to the paddock, positioned on the main thoroughfare linking the enclosures.

The layout of the enclosures means that Grandstand patrons have to make their way round behind the Premiere Enclosure to access the paddock.

Verdict
If the Rowley Mile is somewhat brash, with the reputation for the odd exchange of fisticuffs, the Adnams July Course (to give its full name – but let’s not) is by contrast gentrified, albeit the Secret Racegoer hasn’t been to the track on a music night.

The mood is relaxed, the racing competitive and, on a sunny day, it’s a lovely way to fund the bookmakers’ pension plans.

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Ascot http://wp.me/p8e3Dl-2aJ

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Sandown http://wp.me/p8e3Dl-2g7

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Post by marko69 » Mon Jul 05, 2021 11:15 pm

Glen Shiel 10 bucks win

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Post by goldandblack » Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:08 pm

marko69 wrote:
Mon Jul 05, 2021 11:15 pm
Glen Shiel 10 bucks win
that horse was our last profit,
Hope you invested your winnings and didn't blow it all at Greggs :)
I wasn't daft, I bought some shares in Woolworths with mine,

Marco; 5.00 EW Glen Sheil, 2nd 7/1.Wins..3.76
Wolfie; 2.50.EW.Glen Sheil, 2nd 7/1.Wins..1.88

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Post by marko69 » Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:17 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:08 pm
Hope you invested your winnings and didn't blow it all at Greggs :)
I wasn't daft, I bought some shares in Woolworths with mine,
Worse…….. Baynes. The new Greggs. Never been in a greggs for a while, Wolfie. But Baynes??! Holy sh*t, dude…… their bacon rolls & coffee are just unbelievable. They do a decent fudge donut as well.
Doc once said there is good cholesterol and bad cholesterol. Fairly certain its the good stuff in the donuts. 👍

Did you get free “pick n mix” with the shares?

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Post by goldandblack » Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:24 pm

marko69 wrote:
Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:17 pm
goldandblack wrote:
Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:08 pm
Hope you invested your winnings and didn't blow it all at Greggs :)
I wasn't daft, I bought some shares in Woolworths with mine,
Worse…….. Baynes. The new Greggs. Never been in a greggs for a while, Wolfie. But Baynes??! Holy sh*t, dude…… their bacon rolls & coffee are just unbelievable. They do a decent fudge donut as well.
Doc once said there is good cholesterol and bad cholesterol. Fairly certain its the good stuff in the donuts. 👍

Did you get free “pick n mix” with the shares?
cant beat a good Bacon Roll mate,
funny enough the Woolies near me was shut, it looked like they must be doing a refit on it, so my shares could go through the roof when it re-opens,
happy days aye, with my profit im getting some shares in Debenhams,

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Post by goldandblack » Tue Jul 06, 2021 2:46 pm

Sporting Life
July Cup tips: Guide to the Newmarket Group One on Saturday July 10th 2021.

Check out our guide to the possible runners in Saturday's Darley July Cup including an early tip for the Newmarket feature.
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Darley July Cup Stakes (Group 1)
• When: 4.35pm, Saturday July 10
• Where: Newmarket, July Course
• TV: ITV1 & Racing TV (Sky channel 426)
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Horse-by-horse guide to the field,

ART POWER
Looked to have sprinting world at his feet as a three-year-old last summer but has found it hard to break into the top tier, though recent Diamond Jubilee third to Dream Of Dreams was arguably right up there close to his best. Could just be a bit vulnerable again on the steep rise to the line this weekend.

BRANDO
Veteran campaigner who has often outperformed expectations on the big stage well into his twilight years. Record in this race reads 3276 and this year's evidence suggests he may be a step slower again. Can burst blood vessels too, something that happened again in the Chipchase last time out.

EMARAATY ANA

Has at least maintained a fair level of consistency this season but he's just not performing at anything like the sort of level that's going to be required to win a race of this nature. Official mark of 107 a shade generous and still a stone shy of what's needed at Newmarket.

GLEN SHIEL

One of the success stories of 2020, especially given his role in Hollie Doyle's rise, and nothing wrong with his form this time around either. Beaten a length by Dream Of Dreams in the Diamond Jubilee which is marginally better than his Haydock effort against the same horse in the autumn and the unsettled forecast should result in the ground playing to his strengths this weekend. Gets the trip well (raced over middle-distances in his youth) and could be really suited to this track providing he doesn't get too much pace pressure through the early stages.

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For more insights and tips
https://www.sportinglife.com/racing/new ... ips/192955
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Post by goldandblack » Tue Jul 06, 2021 3:22 pm

July Cup Betting Trends:
From the last 19 years, we’ve put together the most important trends to consider when sorting through the July Cup 2021 field:


18/19 – Aged 5 or younger
17/19 – Had won over 6f before
15/19 – Ran at Royal Ascot last time out
16/19 – Returned 12/1 or shorter in the betting
15/19 – Had between 1-3 previous runs that season
14/19 – Had won a Group 1 or 2 race before
14/19 – Won by a horse trained in the UK
11/19 – Placed last time out
9/19 – Ran last time out in either the King’s Stand Stakes or Diamond Jubilee
9/19 – Unplaced favourites
7/19 – Won their previous race
5/19 – Winning favourites
4/19 – Irish-trained winners (O’Brien trained 2 of the last 3 winners)
2/19 – Trained By Hughie Morrison
1/19 – French-trained winners
The average winning SP in the last 18 years is 8/1
Just one horse aged older than 5 has won since 1968
Aidan O’Brien has won the race 5 times before (1999, 2001, 2010, 2018 & 2019)


Trainers Vincent O’Brien, Charles Molson and Aidan O’Brien are the most successful stables in the July Cup – winning it 5 times each – while the legendary Lester Piggott made this race his own winning it an incredible 10 times between 1957 and 1992!

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Post by Bluemike » Wed Jul 07, 2021 7:48 am

£10 win Glen Shiel

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Post by Frosty » Wed Jul 07, 2021 12:29 pm

5ew on Good Effort please John

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Post by goldandblack » Wed Jul 07, 2021 2:36 pm

THE JULY CUP.
4:25..Newmarket (July)
10 JUL 2021
23 Entries to the race but not declared until Thursday midday
Maximum of 20 Runners,

https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/

this race is full of horses most of us have lost money on this season, one of them has to win one day.

ODDS ON WEDNESDAY 07/07/21
Oxted ............9/2
Starman..........9/2
Dragon Symbol .5/1
Creative Force .9/1
Art Power ......14/1
Glen Shiel ......16/1
Supremacy.......16/1
....................20/1 Bar
Link to the rest of the field
https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/

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Post by goldandblack » Thu Jul 08, 2021 2:35 pm

4:25 ..Newmarket (July)
6f (July) Darley July Cup Stakes (Group 1) (British Champions Series) (Class 1) (3yo+)
Going: Good To Firm


19 Declared Runners.

17 or more runners paid out on 1st four horses past the post :D

ODDS ON FRIDAY.

Oxted ..................9/2
Starman................9/2
Dragon Symbol .......5/1
Rohaan...............15/2
Creative Force .......9/1..now..8/1
Glen Shiel ...........14/1
Art Power ............16/1
Chil Chil ..............20/1..now...20/1
Extravagant Kid .....20/1
Supremacy ...........20/1.now..16/1.Wolfie's Each Way Tip
Line Of Departure ..25/1
Method ...............25/1
Good Effort ..........40/1
Emaraaty Ana ........66/1
Glorious Journey.....66/1
Miss Amulet ..........66/1...now..50/1
Brando ................80/1
Garrus ................80/1
Summerghand .......80/1


I think this is the week to get a BIG ODDS Winner

Horses to watch
Supremacy 20/1. Jockey : Adam Kirby
Glen Shiel 14/1...: Jockey;Hollie Doyle

4 horses running that's won on this course and distance.
Oxted .............9/2
Good Effort......40/1
Garrus ...........80/1
Summerghand...80/1

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Post by goldandblack » Fri Jul 09, 2021 8:17 pm

Wolfie’s Bet
5.00 Win Oxstead.
2.50 Each Way. Supremacy

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Post by goldandblack » Fri Jul 09, 2021 9:32 pm

All Whites
Win Bet…5.00…Starman
Each Way..2.50. Creative Force

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Post by Charnwood » Fri Jul 09, 2021 10:13 pm

Dragon Symbol £10 win

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Post by Kerry Blue » Sat Jul 10, 2021 6:28 am

£10 Win Oxted.

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Post by lucy » Sat Jul 10, 2021 6:32 am

£10 win oxted

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Post by tangfastic » Sat Jul 10, 2021 7:21 am

£10 win creative force

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Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 10, 2021 12:37 pm

Saturday Odds
https://www.racingpost.com/racecards/17 ... 10/783971/

Still 19 Runners so if 17 or more actually run, first 4 past the post pay out. :D

BETTING FORECAST 4/1 Oxted, Starman, 5/1 Dragon Symbol, 7/1 Creative Force, Rohaan, 12/1 Glen Shiel, 14/1 Art Power, Supremacy, 16/1 Chil Chil, Extravagant Kid, 25/1 Line Of Departure, Method, 33/1 Good Effort, 40/1 Glorious Journey, Miss Amulet, 50/1 Garrus, Summerghand, 66/1 Brando, Emaraaty Ana.

COMMENTS
Art Power.... Creditable third in the Diamond Jubilee but again looks set for minor honours at best
Brando ....Grand campaigner but he's unlikely to make it fifth time lucky in this race
Chil Chil ....Won AW Group 3 at Newcastle two weeks ago; improving but this is a stiffer task
Creative Force.... Improving 3yo; won the Jersey Stakes last time, taking record to 5-6; enters calculations
Dragon Symbol.... Fast-improving sprinter; first past the post (demoted to second) in Commonwealth Cup
Emaraaty Ana.... Finished behind some of these rivals in the Duke Of York Stakes; stiff task
Extravagant Kid.... US sprinter; bagged G1 honours at Meydan in March; third to Oxted in the King's Stand
Garrus ....Appeared to run well (66-1 fifth) in the Diamond Jubilee but needs to pull out more
Glen Shiel ....Has form figures of 212 in G1 contests, all on soft ground; ideally needs rain
Glorious Journey.... Smart 7f performer; won the Criterion here two weeks ago; bit to prove back at 6f
Good Effort.... Has a better strike-rate on artificial surfaces than on turf; tough assignment
Line Of Departure ....Listed winner at Salisbury on seasonal debut; largely progressive but this is tougher
Method ....Finished behind Rohaan and Dragon Symbol at Haydock seven weeks ago; more needed
Miss Amulet.... Won last year's Lowther; down the field in Irish 1,000 Guineas on reappearance
Oxted.... Won this race 12 months ago; back to that form when winning the King's Stand last time
Rohaan ....Massive improver since last December; won the Wokingham three weeks ago; has to be feared
Starman ....Progressive colt; won the Duke Of York Stakes two months ago; one to follow
Summerghand ....Finished nearer last than first in the Diamond Jubilee; others preferred
Supremacy.... Highly progressive as a 2yo; flopped badly on sole run this term; now blinkered

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Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 10, 2021 1:20 pm

Charnwood wrote:
Fri Jul 09, 2021 10:13 pm
Dragon Symbol £10 win
Charnwood wrote: ↑Sun Jul 04, 2021 12:43 pm
Hey John, I can’t believe this comp has gone completely off my radar. I’ll be back next week to see if I can get myself off the bottom of the table between now and the end of the month.

Andy I did leave you this reply in the Wk 10 thread, am sure you can understand my reasoning.

Sorry Andy but I deleted you and IpswichtownN01.after missing so many weeks.
Reason; I didn't think it would be fair on the others who have posted bets nearly every week, you or ITNno1 could make just one bet and win it,

Nothing personal to each of you, but it makes sense and being fair.

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Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 10, 2021 5:50 pm

JULY CUP Newmarket 4.25

19 Runners in Total so first 4 places pay out.

1st ... Starman..............9/2
2nd...Dragon Symbol.......7/2
3rd....Oxted................11/2
4th....Art Power............14/1

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5th.....Creative Force .....5/1
6th.....Glen Shiel .........25/1
7th.....Brando............150/1
8th....Garrus...............66/1
9th....Chil Chil............25/1
10th...Rohaan .............15/2
11th...Emaraaty Ana ....100/1
12th...Glorious Journey ..25/1
13th...Line Of Departure .80/1
14th...Extravagant Kid.....25/1
15th...Supremacy...........40/1
16th...Method ..............33/1
17th...Summerghand ......80/1
18th...Miss Amulet..........33/1
19th...Good Effort ........150/1

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1st...Starman...9/2
Raced near side, midfield, in touch with leaders 3f out, short of room when pushed along over 2f out, soon ridden, short of room but chased leaders over 1f out, ran on well to lead inside final 110yds, impressive (op 4/1)
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2nd....Dragon Symbol ...7/2
Raced near side, in touch with leaders, prominent when pushed along 2f out, close up when ridden against near rail over 1f out, held but kept on final 110yds (op 4/1)
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3rd....Oxted.......11/2
Edged right and bumped rival soon after start, prominent up the centre, pushed along under 3f out, hung badly right from 2f out, close up towards near side when ridden over 1f out, held but kept on final 110yds (op 6/1)
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4th...Art Power.....14/1
Raced far side, soon led, pushed along under 3f out, joined 2f out, ridden and led clearly over 1f out, headed and weakened inside final 110yds, 1st of 2 in group (op 12/1)
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Starman dominates with superb turn of foot to land best July Cup in years
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Starman: landed the July Cup in great style,Alan Crowhurst (Getty Images)

Starman produced a sensational surge in the final furlong to cut down his rivals and run out the dominant winner of the Group 1 July Cup at Newmarket.

Having been outpaced and ridden going into the Dip, Starman picked up in serious style as the field hit the rising ground and flew past the likes of last year’s winner Oxted, Commonwealth Cup second Dragon Symbol and front-runner Art Power to take the prize for trainer Ed Walker, jockey Tom Marquand and owner-breeder David Ward.

Marquand described the winner as being "as close to a racecar as you can get" after his turbocharged finish to the race, but things had looked a little more sketchy as the runners passed the halfway point.

"They had me in a bit of trouble at the three-pole going downhill and as these top-class sprinters were quickening it all got a bit tight and he was inexperienced compared to a lot of these," Marquand said.

"But my god did he have a turn of foot when he hit that rising ground and the last 100 metres is where it counts. That was a top performance.

"It’s fantastic for Ed and the team, it’s so well deserved. He’s an absolute star. This lad is as close to a racecar as you can get."
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Re: Wk 11. NEWMARKET July Cup

Post by goldandblack » Sat Jul 10, 2021 6:41 pm

Wk 11, NEWMARKET.
JULY CUP.


League Table after Week 11 Results
…………….............……. Wk 10……...Wk.11…..…..Table
1st All White………....….154.91......22.50.......177.41
2nd.Frosty……………………168.12....................168.12
3rd.Kerry.Blue……….…...110.31...................110.31
4th.Tangfastic……………...72.50......................72.50
5th.Lucy..…………….…….…71.25......................71.25
6th.BlueMike…………………50.00......................50.00
7th.Marco ....……………….35.00......................35.00
8th.Blueblood..….…..…..33.33......................33.33
9th.Wolfie……………..…….30.88......................30.88.



Comments

All White was the only winner this week with 9/2 Winner,
and changes place with Frosty at the top.

All the other positions stay the same with OXTED & GLEN SHIEL letting a lot of folk down,

we laid out total of 80.00 between us.
with a return of 27.50.
So the bookies walk away with a profit of 52.50.. :(

But there is always next week to beat them, :wink:

eekly .Best Tipsters.
Week .1. 2k Guineas. Marco,…………….. 1.25
Week.1. 1k Guineas. Frosty,………….... 50.00
Week.2. Victoria Cup. Kerry Blue, .…110.00.
Week,3. Lockinge Stakes.Charnwood.. 8.75
Week.4. Irish .2k Guineas. Wolfie......29.00
Week.4.Irish, 1k Guineas.Frosty........87.50
Week.5. Haydock Park,Marco….........30.00.
Week.6. The Derby...Tangfastic..........1.25.
Week.7. Sandown...Frosty.................5.62
Week.8. Ascot, Bluemike.................50.00
Week 9. Curragh, Tangfastic.............40.00
Week 10. Sandown, BLUEBLOOD........33.33
Week 11..Newmarket..All White........22.50
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The Punters v The Bookies.so far.

Week 1….bookies…Win…....36.25
Week…2..bookies…Lose.. 103.13
Week.3.…bookies..Win….... 49.25
Week .4….bookies Lose…...61.25
Week 5…..bookies Win….....43.75
Week…6...bookies Win….....67.50
Week…7.. bookies Win….....66.57
Week…8.. bookies Win….....55.62
Week. 9….bookies Lose….. 65.32
Week 10.. bookies Win….... 46.67
Week.11...bookies Win…....52.50

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