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switesh
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The 4:30 Hcap at Ayr.

What are they feeding the horses at Ayr today?
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switesh
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Quite a drift on this odd-on fav in the 4:35 Hcap at Beverly.
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switesh
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Spotted this big drifter a little too late in the 5:50 Hcap at Sandown.

Previous race finished with about 3 minutes to go and off flew this fella.
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steven1976
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Stagemanship 2.55 Notts Peter Le.jpg
One for Peter Le in play that went on to win
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PeterLe
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Ha our posts crossed!!
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Euler
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I've probably just done the best trade of the month on the very first day!
01-08-2013 - Predict RDrift - Lager Time_6857986.png
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LeTiss
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It's interesting to note, Peter - in all the cases where you've posted a graph which has culminated in a euphoric trade, the vast majority appear to be a drifter

Would I be right in suggesting that's where most of your truly massive wins stems from, as opposed to a steamer?
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Euler
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One of the strangest charts I have ever seen for a group race.
02-08-2013 - Glory Awaits_6380846 - Bizzare for a group race.png
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steven1976
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Looks like a camel rather than a horse
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One of the strangest charts I have ever seen for a group race.
Yes when I noticed one it was about halfway through your graph, it seemed like one to lay. Very little volume at the price spike and runner's volume to that time was only around 5% of the race volume, low for a 7.5 to 8 shot.
PeterLe
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I was just trading the 14:55 `Thirsk. I had a small green and took a lay bet in play (intentionally!)

I wasnt watching the race so not sure why it jumped in the first couple of sec's..that was strange too.
Made a good chunk off that!
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switesh
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Commentator had no negative comments about this runner so I failed to understand why I took a beating trying to back it right at the top.

Where were you big traders? No support??
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Another mental Goodwood group race!
02-08-2013 - Crazy Goodwood chart - Pavlosk_7208962.png
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steven1976
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I guess they were opposing you switesh!
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Just a bit of banter by the way, I was with you scalping all the way on that one. Just found it funny that you both posted it at the same time.

Peter mentions on his blog today about getting matched hard but volumes remain high. You may find something in that.
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