Andy Johnson Next Slot Malaysia and Odds are available at Bet 365

 

Andy Johnson said that he needs to leave Slot Malaysia Palace to further his career. Andy Johnson said he wants to play for England at the World Cup 2006 Finals and feels he needs to leave Crystal Palace to achieve his dream.

Of course, Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan has very vocally expressed his intention to not let his star striker Andy Johnson to leave Crystal Palace, but may well have his hand forced by Johnson’s agent Leon Angel attempts to secure his client a move to a bigger club.

Spurs were rumoured for a good while to be leading the chase for Andy Johnson’s signature, however ~ Bet 365 make Newcastle 9/2 betting favourites after Crystal Palace at odds of 9/2 to be Andy Johnson’s next club ~ we shall see.

If it is wanted over time by any blog readers, I will post my horseracing selections here every day. If not, I won’t. Shall see how it goes. I prefer not to bet at lower than 5/2, but it depends on the market at the time and the strength of the horse and the opposition.

All in all, I am no horseracing tipster, but I know how to read a race and then some for my own betting purposes. I will say no more. Just see how these selections go, to simple 1 point stakes win.

Rule 4 Deductions from the starting price or odds taken before-hand are applied when a horse is removed from a race before the bookies can reset a new betting market.

Rule 4 Betting deductions do not apply in Ante Post betting. Ante post betting is different because a punter does not get their money wagered returned for a non runner.

The amount of rule 4 betting deduction is dependant on the odds of the horse at that time. The “rule 4 betting odds deduction chart” below is the guide used by the betting shops etc, so copy these numbers and odds down.

So when you see “rule 4 betting rule applied to all sp bets” ~ you will know how much money will be taken per £ from your horseracing winnings if a non runner in a race occured before a new market was formed.

Royal Ascot at York Duke of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap)

Distance: 1m 4f

DUKE OF EDINBURGH STAKES RACE OVERVIEW >>

From a shortlist of Coat Of Honour, Blue Monday, Notable Guest, Flamboyant Lad and Strong Hand, we will side with Flamboyant Lad.

Flamboyant Lad has a good profile for this race being the type that Barry Hills, who is in form, does well with. Judged on the way he won at Newbury last time, he looks set to continue progressing and can run big race today.

Blue Monday has a fairly similar profile and proved his wellbeing by landing the Zetland Gold Cup last time, so he comes into the reckonin.

the nicely bred Notable Guest has had the softly-softly approach applied by Sir Michael Stoute and, with his stable in good form, grant him all due respect.

The former Sir Mark Prescott-trained Coat Of Honour will have been aimed at this race, we feel, and the Swinton Hurdle winner is respected.

From the Mick Easterby stable, Strong Hand comes into this race in very good heart and a win for her is no forlorn hope, while Vaughan, who showed very much improved form last time, and Ireland’s Saintly Rachel, are others that could go well.

Overall, though, we like the profile of Flamboyant Lad, who can land the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes.

17:30 Royal Ascot at York Queen Alexandra Stakes

Distance: 2m 6f

QUEEN ALEXANDRA STAKES RACE OVERVIEW >>

An usually small field for the Queen Alexandra Stakes and it can go to Al Eile, who gets the vote ahead of Royal Rebel, Dancing Bay and Cover Up.

The Irish raider Al Eile has proven himself useful on the Flat and over hurdles, having won at Graded level twice at the Aintree Grand National meeting. He warmed up for this with a fourth to Vinnie Roe in a Listed event at Leopardstown and, with connections having aimed him at this, he will run a big race today.

He was absent last year but Cover Up won at Royal Ascot in 2001, 2002 and 2003, the last two wins coming in this race. Much as he has raced only once since August 2003, it is not beyond the realms of possibility that his trainer could have got him right to win today.

Being possibly the stronger of the Nicky Henderson pair, Dancing Bay gets a mention, and, much as he is not the force of old.

the dual Ascot Gold Cup winner, Royal Rebel, has to be on the list of possibles for this contest.

Overall, though, we are happy to side with Al Eile.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *