I think the greatest wrong that can be aimed at me after all these years at this game is to suggest I tip too many horses that are priced odds on. Apart from the fact that it is factually incorrect - by three miles - it overlooks the fact that prices do change between my making a selection and the race itself going off.
Some days the price gets bigger. That does not worry me. After all, the horses doesn't know he or she is drifting in the market. Other days the price may shorten.
That's why I have always . . .
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