Betting,punting,gambling,wagering.....

#1
As well as imbibing regularly I also like to pursue a small interest in each and all of the above topics particularly on association football and horse racing.

Is there a thread on here where like-minded people can pass on their tips,knowledge, wins and indeed sob stories reference this etc?
 
#3
Me too, not a bad idea. My main punting takes place during the Jumps season proper, but nowadays I don't bother with small prize money races, they don't attract the triers so much and get used for practice, even though that's against the rules.
 
#4
Excellent, thats three of us at least with hopefully more to come.

I suggest we keep it to this thread, the title is just the job, and see where we go from here.

All the very, very best!!
 
#5
Markintime? you like a good bet on the geegees.
 
#6
And they're off!

I'm in.

My local will take a bet at the bar, and pay out the winner straight after the race! No pauses during the Sunday afternoon Guinness sesh, and saves walking 40 yards to the bookies. The wonders of a laptop, a PaddyPower account and a good publican.

Like Monty I prefer the jumps season, but shy away from the big meetings. Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood etc as it is a bit of a lottery. The big named horses and jockeys look soooo tempting with a 10/1 favourite price tag, and it's Mrs Arte who always comes off best at these meetings, with a €2 each way on a 33/1 winner.

I am seriously considering buying a racing nag ready for next years Irish National Hunt stuff. There are 3 race horse owners in my village who are all good lads and they will help me out, so If I do, I will have a bit of an "in" so perhaps I will pick up some good advice of which I will certanly pass on here.

Good Luck all.
 
#7
Tip/Fancied horses, to be given before 12 o'clock on a Saturday on this thread???????????. There must be some young Cav officers on here that are in the know???.

CTC
 
#8
And they're off!

I'm in.

My local will take a bet at the bar, and pay out the winner straight after the race! No pauses during the Sunday afternoon Guinness sesh, and saves walking 40 yards to the bookies. The wonders of a laptop, a PaddyPower account and a good publican.

Like Monty I prefer the jumps season, but shy away from the big meetings. Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood etc as it is a bit of a lottery. The big named horses and jockeys look soooo tempting with a 10/1 favourite price tag, and it's Mrs Arte who always comes off best at these meetings, with a €2 each way on a 33/1 winner.

I am seriously considering buying a racing nag ready for next years Irish National Hunt stuff. There are 3 race horse owners in my village who are all good lads and they will help me out, so If I do, I will have a bit of an "in" so perhaps I will pick up some good advice of which I will certanly pass on here.

Good Luck all.
What about a syndicate of Arrsers buying a horse? or shares in one?

We could call it...... Come on Arrse Hole or Naafi Bar.
 
#9
What about a syndicate of Arrsers buying a horse? or shares in one?

We could call it...... Come on Arrse Hole or Naafi Bar.
Funny you should mention that mate...

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#10
What about a syndicate of Arrsers buying a horse? or shares in one?

We could call it...... Come on Arrse Hole or Naafi Bar.
If you are serious about that I've got a couple of friends who run syndicates.

If you wanted to go the whole hog and buy a horse (rather than leasing one for a few races a year) you are looking at a rough cost of £30kpa for a managed syndicate before the cost of the animal. Given a syndicate size of 50 you would be looking at £600 odd pa per head and an initial input of £800-1000 for a 2yo that has the potential to go somewhere in medium priced races (Flat of course).

Kick the idea about and let me know what you think.

There are cheaper options of course, and leasing for, say, 5 or six meets a year would be one of them.
 
#12
Sounds feasible. I've had a few similar offers, but the prospect of an Arrser syndicate is quite attractive.
 
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#14
Sounds feasible. I've had a few similar offers, but the prospect of an Arrser syndicate is quite attractive.
I am pleased that this thread popped up because ARRSE HQ is currently talking with Sandown about taking a room with an ARRSE catered package for their Christmas Tingle on the 4th Dec. I am waiting for them to come back to me with some price options and then I'll know the kind of numbers we need to generate. It'll be a family day out and the aim is that the kids go free. Let me know if this is something that interests you.
 
#17
I spent afew years with these guys

Elite Racing Club - Britain's Leader

Not that expensive and you get a few good tips in the news letter. They also run days out at race meets and stables. Gives you a good insight into the sport of kings for not a lot of outlay.
 
#18
Here's my shouts for this weekend's fixtures and beyond..

All teams to win:

Bristol City, Leeds,Boro, QPR,Reading, Charlton,Sheff Wed, Rotherham, Falkirk, Clyde... Pays about 290/1 approx

Pompey,Ross County,Airdrie,Dumbarton..... 50/1

Bristol City,Forest,Southampton,Huddersfield,Rotherham.... 55/1

Dundee,Morton,Livingston,Queen's Park,Rochdale,Walsall... 65/1

Season Long Bets

Championship Bristol City to be promoted 13/2, Scunny to go down 13/10, Forest to win the league 9/1, Kris Boyd top scorer 7/1

League 1 Southampton to win league 9/4, Lambert top scorer 7/2, Barnard top scorer 11/1, Robinson top scorer (e/w) 20/1

League 2 Rotherham to win league 9/1, Le Fondre top scorer 6/1
 
#20
US Open tips (no point putting up prices as my choices are limited due to being in Germany):

All e/w: Watney,Laird,Marino,Snedeker,Leishman,Fisher and Barnes


One more long range football tip that is worth following is Chelsea to win 7-0 or 8-0 at home to teams outwith "The Big 4". They did this 3 times last year and the prices will not have been less than 100/1.
 

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