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    Who? is pulling the strings with English horse racing?

    I have started this thread because I am fed up with all the cheating that is going on in English Racing, Please fell free to post your own experiances here daily. Do not put any-bodys real name as the horse will do, we do not want to be had up for defamation, do we!

    Have a look at fancied horses that drift substantionally in the betfair prices and you will wonder what the feck is going on, somebody knows something.

    I am going to start this thread with yesterdays action though this stuff goes on every day.

    In yesterdays first race at Chelt a very able, fit, and fancied horse in The Hollinwell started at 7 then drifted all the way to 16 in the race he pulled up- whats going on there? in the same race who had £600 ew on the second Othermix at 50,.

    In the 14.55 at Hexham I had a small wager on the forecast fav to beat 2nd fav, only 3 runners. the outsider fell at the 3rd, only my 2 left in the race then going to the second last with the fav going easily, I start counting my winnings, out of the blue the second fav decides to go the wrong way and almost carries the fav out, at this point the young jockey jumps of the second fav and goes home for his tea. result 1 finisher, what the feck is going on there. no stewards or anything.

    In the 14.55 at Hexham Quatro Pierji opened as 3rd fav at 5 then drifted all the way out to 16 but this one never read the script he made all and held on well as a big price winner for those lucky connections!

    Lord knows what today will bring!! Will Kauto stay on his feet, we will see.

    Mike

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    Originally posted by Its a feckin hard life View Post
    Who? is pulling the strings with English horse racing?



    Lord knows what today will bring!! Will Kauto stay on his feet, we will see.

    Mike
    Spoooky!!!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Its a feckin hard life View Post
      Who? is pulling the strings with English horse racing?


      Gloria Muscarello - GUILTY

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      CASE CLOSED



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      • #4
        Obviously this is an old thread, so no point replying, but anyway.
        3 examples listed.
        1, a jumps race, and a horse fell and a jockey fell off? Wow.
        1, a 7 to 16 drift, that lost. Well, pulled up. A 16/1 pop losing? Fancy that.
        1, a 5 to 16 drift, that won. Hmmm.

        As far as I can tell, from the extensive research done here by the OP, if you see something drift to more than double its opening price, jump on it.
        2 horses, starting at 16 to 1, for a winner. 50% strike rate.

        Hmmmm.

        Clearly a well researched rant.

        Not going to try and suggest that racing is clean, but please. Horse doesn't handle the heat, sweats up, it drifts in price. So many reasons a horse would drift in price. To think that people are that obvious to lay a horse that much and then pull the horse up, is quite ridiculous.

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        • #5
          Lay at $5 and back at $16 seems like an outstanding trading oppurtunity. Its what we are all trying to do.

          I trade Aus races and have found that horses drift alarmingly on a daily basis. Spotting horses that are poorly weighted, badly drawn, poor jockey, poor win record etc.is part of my prerace study and usually gives a reason for the drift.

          Professional layers who think a horse can"t win will go to any price to get a horse laid.

          Where money is involved there will always be skulduggery however there are other factors that may explain the drift.

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