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Chester - Rules Of Thumb

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Going to Chester next Saturday. Complete wash out Last time so what are the rules of thumb you go by at Chester.

 

Reckon I'll be picking off names

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Hardly scientific but I usually just go with the third or fourth favourite and it pays off eventually.

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Previous winners at the track. Gold.

 

Lat time I went to the Roodee (a long time ago!) - there were only 4 previous winners at the track running and they all won. I can even remember the names of 2 of them - What Speed and Limerick Lady. The latter was trained by Reg Hollinshead and won at 7-1.

 

Always a good method to follow at Chester.

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All taken on board.

 

Will still probably walk away empty handed.

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I reckon they’ll go quick enough in front in the first for those drawn wide to slot in behind and pick up the leaders at the business end, and the draw bias isn’t nearly so prevalent over a mile anyway. Oh This Is Us has plenty of weight but he’s been running well of late and he should be a decent price.

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Nice one enzo. £10 win at 7/1

 

On course to lose it all and break even by the time we leave!

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Inside draws

 

Franny Norton

Did well on this at anything under 7f last year Edited by jmjhb

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Had a win with Enzos tip in the first, fuck all from my own picks in the following races until we all chipped in £2 on bossipop then stuck my winnings from that on Billy Dylan (course and distance winner iirc).

 

About £170 up. Mustn't grumble!

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