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    Posted: 11 Mar 2011 at 10:54pm
Snaparazzi 500s into 400s. E/W would get you 100s in a 10 horse field.

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What about Pablo's Pulse? Won the 1987 Warwick Stakes at 500-1!
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I had 999/1 about Maluckyday in the Melbourne cup for $50! the blood is still running down my cheeks!
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Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

What about Pablo's Pulse? Won the 1987 Warwick Stakes at 500-1!
 
 
There was 660-1 available , my mate went to have $2 each way on it with a Bookie ... who said win only so he had $4 the win . Big smile
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And didn't the owners get Brilliant Light for 400/1 each way in thye Doncaster last year.
 
I think bookies should take these longshots on more.
 
I have him at 10000/1, I have Chasm, King Pulse and Crytsal Lily all at 100/1
 
And on the day I have And Rock and Star Of Couruese at $101
 
Pellizotti @ $101, Isopach @ $101, Roadtrain @ $126, Willow Creek @ $101, Royal Bender @ $251
Irridescent $126, Cest Le Guerre @ $101, Lord Pyrus @ $151, Mr Charlie @ $501, Roman Emperor @ $501, Grand Ducal @ $151, Gold In Dubai @ $121 Miles Above @ $121, From The Terrace @ $121 and Fairfield Flame @501.
 
Now I know that I am not really a bookmaker but in the Newmarket if you have nearlly 90% of all bets on the fav, you have had a feild day on the pre race markets with Hay List, Whitefriars and others who could have gone there not turning up then surely you could have half the field at $101.
 
And I see no bookie has the balls to take on ILTC so there will be no $3 available.
 
If Bill Waterhouse was still going full pelt and he was winning I can guarantee you he would be lining up handing money to the punters asking them to take the $3.
 
As soon as a horse wins well or puts two or 3 together you have to wait nearly 2 years before you get a decent price again.
 
Say what you like a bout Bill but at least he had the spine to take on the favs, not to mention the longshots.
 
I mean seriously what is the harm for these bookies who have won on the newmarket even if Black Caviar wins becuase no Hay List, no More Joyous, no Catapulkted no Whitefirars, taking some for Crystal Lily.
 
Talk about weak.
 
This should be the bookies goldmine for the year.
 
At least some are offering double the prices but that is still a way short of good service.    
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George Henry trained by Brain Firth in 1983 or 1984... Mid week at Canterbury 1000-1
 
The winner crossed the winning post and George Henry was just turning for home Offically beaten 99.9 lengths .
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pretty sure Dulcify won his first ever race at 500/1
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