3 Year Review

It’s been an eventful month – I’m going to start with something positive as this gets fairly rough quite quickly – I won about €500 at Galway, the meeting was saved by Clondaw Warrior, €300 each way at 7/1. The result was needed as I’d...

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86 Days

It has been 86 days since I last updated this blog. I don’t really mind not posting a written summary but it is unhealthy to go this long without updating my figures. What’s more, it’s a chore. I have a folder on my phone which...

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Taking A Pull

Since Cheltenham, my punting life has taken a few significant twists and turns. It was a record Cheltenham for me and I rolled into Fairyhouse full of optimism. I attended all 3 days and despite doing everything wrong on Easter Sunday, I managed to get...

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Cheltenham 2016

Day 1 With the drying ground causing a significant drift, I feared Buveur D’Air would struggle in the Supreme Novice. Fortunately he ran very credibly to finish 3rd and with more luck in running he could possibly have been runner up. Either way it was...

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Road To Ruin

February started off terribly, I really underestimated how soft the ground was on Irish Gold Cup Day. I lost €300 on both Ivanovich Gorbatov and Bellshill, followed by €600 on Road To Riches and then I went a bit mad. I never bet in bumpers...

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The Perfect Start

If you looked in my horse tracker you would find that the majority of entries were JP McManus owned horses with notes that read “potential handicap good thing” or “anticipate market movement”. Three of those horses are Concordin, Lift The Latch and Henry Higgins. I...

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