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On the 15th of September 2012, William Hill launched their new initiative - Priority Prices and it is already proving to a massive success with punters around the country.
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The first price enhanced for the Priority Prices was for Camelot to win the St Leger. Offered nationwide at around 2/5, William Hill subscribers were treated to a market leading Even money - a price that attracted well over 7,000 bets in the space of 20 minutes.
Super Sunday saw the first double Priority Price offer as both Manchester sides were enhanced to win, with punters especially benefitting from United (who were enhanced from 15/8 to 3/1) as they defeated Liverpool at Anfield.
The following week saw an amazing comeback by Europe's Ryder Cup team and 5,000 William Hill customers had a double celebration, having backed Europe at our Priority Price of 5/2 (enhanced from 15/8)
Our second double Priority Price offer of the new season saw Arsenal (enhanced from 5/4 to 7/4) hosting Chelsea at the Emirates and Man Utd (Evens from 3/5) tackling Tottenham at Old Trafford.
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O?Brien dominates Irish Guineas entries
Aidan O’Brien has left eight horses in at the latest declaration stage for the Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh on Saturday. His challenge is spearheaded by Cristoforo Colombo, Mars and George Vancouver who were all well beaten by Dawn Approach at Newmarket. The Guineas form has been called into question by some observers after 150-1 outsider Glory Awaits finished runner-up.
Perhaps the most interesting of O?Brien?s entries is runaway Dee Stakes winner Magician, currently priced at 16-1 for the Epsom Derby. O?Brien could also run Gale Force Ten who was a close fourth in the French Guineas. The Newmarket form is also represented by Richard Hannon?s Van Der Neer who finished a staying-on third. Hannon also plans to run Havana Gold who finished a respectable fifth at Longchamp.
With Dawn Approach heading for Epsom, his trainer Jim Bolger has left five of his stable companions among the 19 declared runners. Dante Stakes runner-up Trading Leather may drop back in trip along with Loch Garman who chased home Battle Of Marengo at Leopardstown.
Top jockey Johnny Murtagh was granted a training licence only last week but could start his new career in sensational style with the well-regarded Fort Knox. His victory in the Irish 2000 Guineas Trial was sufficient for Sheikh Mohammed to purchase the colt but his pedigree suggests that he would prefer soft ground this weekend.
Sunday?s Irish 1000 Guineas has attracted 18 entries and could see a return clash between Newmarket second and third, Just The Judge and Moth. Just The Judge led inside the final furlong only to be caught by Sky Lantern on that occasion and must have a great chance of going one better.
Moth has been displaced as Oaks favourite by Secret Gesture in recent weeks and it will be interesting to see if O?Brien elects to go here instead. Other runners with claims include Big Break, Just Pretending, Maureen, Snow Queen and Viztoria.
Cristoforo Colombo is the early favourite for the 2000 Guineas at 5-2 with Van Der Neer 4-1, Mars 6-1 and Fort Knox at 7-1.
CHRIS QUINN: ATP Rome
Rafael Nadal confirmed his dominance on a clay court this past week in Madrid as he secured his 23rd ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy and his third Mutua Madrid Open. His tally of clay court titles now stands at a staggering forty and only trails Guillermo Vilas by six. 6/5 shot Nadal brushed aside one of the form players on the tour in Stanislas Wawrinka with a 6-2 6-4 win in just under 72 minutes. Having masterminded Robin Soderling’s defeat of Nadal at Roland Garros in 2009, Wawrinka’s new coach Magnus Norman must’ve hoped he could work his magic on his new man. It wasn’t to be however as Nadal broke in the very first game and never really looked back.
Nadal was this column’s sixth winning selection of the season and the second at Madrid in as many years, having tipped Roger Federer in 2012 at a juicier 10/1. Nadal was also a winning selection in Rome twelve months ago and it is the Italian Capital where we head to over the next seven days.
The Internazionali BNL d’Italia is the second ATP 1000 event to be played on clay in as many weeks and could be one final chance for the game’s top players to find that vital piece of form before the year’s second Grand Slam at the French Open. Admittedly players have the opportunity to get some more matches under their belts in Düsseldorf and Nice next week but the tendency for the real contenders for Paris in a fortnight’s time is to take some time out after this week, recharge their batteries and make sure they’re 100%. Rafael Nadal comes into the tournament in quite outstanding form and I loathe to desert him this week at yet another attractive price. 12 months ago Nadal was the champion at a pre-tournament price of evens so to see him available at a similar price to last week has made me sit up and take notice. Of course there will be reservations that he mightn’t be in great condition and wouldn’t do anything to jeopardise his chances at Roland Garros but aside from a tussle against fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in Madrid last week, you’d have to say he appeared to come through the tournament unscathed. Djokovic was able to complete the Madrid/Rome double back-to-back in 2011 to show it can be done and Nadal himself did the Monte Carlo, Barcelona, and Rome treble in 2009 so I’m personally not too concerned with fatigue.
After Djokovic’s defeat to Grigor Dimitrov in Madrid, the Serbian suggested the loss was down to lack of preparation due to an ankle problem he sustained on duty with his country during a Davis Cup match. Indeed Djokovic received treatment on the same ankle midway through the second set against Dimitrov but refused to blame the defeat on his injury, instead choosing to congratulate Dimitrov on the win. Photographs emerged late-Friday or early-Saturday of Djokovic practising in the Italian sunshine so rest assured Djokovic is eager to right some wrongs from a fairly poor Madrid.
For me, I wouldn’t be any more concerned about any potential fatigue surrounding Nadal than I would be over lack of form or lack of conditioning about Djokovic and it would seem the only man that can live with Rafa over the course of a match on the dirt is Novak and the final in Monte Carlo aside, I just haven’t seen enough to make me think Djokovic could repeat that feat in Rome this week. Additionally, Djokovic’s draw isn’t a kind one. To make it to the semi finals alone (where he’d probably face Nadal), he’ll probably need to beat Stanislas Wawrinka and Tomas Berdych before even getting there and that looks a tall order. Nadal on the other hand should have a smoother route through. The seeded players in his quarter don’t inspire much confidence at the present time. Janko Tipsarevic is out of form, Milos Raonic has recently parted company with his coach, and David Ferrer appears to have a sort of mental block when he comes up against his countryman. For that reason, a 100% fit Nadal should make the last four at the very least.
The opposite side of the draw is a very interesting one. Juan Martin Del Potro makes a comeback having not played since a defeat to Jarkko Nieminen in Monte Carlo so could be a little rusty, Andy Murray doesn’t have a great record against ‘top ten’ players on clay, and Roger Federer appears to be struggling for the consistency that we’ve all taken for granted for the best part of a decade. This section of the draw could potentially cut up quite badly and open up for one the bigger priced outsiders. Nadal at 6/5 or 11/10 perhaps isn’t everyone’s idea of a bet so if you’re looking for a spot of value that could involve a bit of trading, I’ve seen worse 100/1 shots than Richard Gasquet. At the time of writing, Gasquet has already beaten Sam Querrey 6-2 7-6 in round one and moves on to face Grigor Dimitrov. It could be a big ask for Dimitrov to go deep twice in two weeks, especially when you consider the cramping he endured against Djokovic last week. As I say though, a triple-figure price about a man who’s won two titles in 2013 and who has reached both the quarter and semi finals in Rome looks a little on the big side and I’ll be cheering (and backing) both Nadal and Gasquet over the next week.
Selection #1: Rafael Nadal
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Duke Of York Stakes ? May Spring Festival Odds
The first day of York?s Dante meeting on Wednesday sees one of the best sprints to have been staged so far take place courtesy of the Group 2 Duke of York Stakes at 3.15. David Myers writes…
This year?s renewal looks up to scratch with several progressive sprinters lining-up, including both the first two in the market ? Mince (3/1) and Tickled Pink (5/1).
The former has earned her place at the head of the betting having climbed the ladder via four consecutive victories last season, from handicap success to a Group win at Ascot in October. Sandwiched between them was a Listed win over Wednesday?s C&D at York in September (good to firm) ? a victory that could put her in good stead for this seasonal reappearance.
Trainer Roger Charlton will need to have his filly in shape, however, as 13 of the last 17 Duke of York winners already raced during the current season ? seven of whom arrived following the Abernant or Gladness Stakes.
The Abernant Stakes could also have a big say in this year?s renewal as the winner, Tickled Pink, impressed in winning that race for Sir Henry Cecil at Newmarket last month (6f, good to firm), where another of Wednesday?s rivals, Jimmy Styles, was 2l back in second; Hawkeyethenoo was a further 3l back in fourth.
Cecil?s filly showed improvement that day having won her maiden at the fourth attempt only last June ? a performance that left Cecil stating at Newmarket there would be even more to come. If that opinion rings true, then it could well take and good one to beat her.
Both the aforementioned improving fillies will have to prove they can rumble against the battle-hardened sprinters, though, including the likes of dual Group 1 winner, Society Rock, who is marked up at 11/2.
James Fanshawe?s 6yo won the first of his Group 1?s in the Golden Jubilee at Royal Ascot in 2011 (6f, soft), before, belatedly adding the Sprint Cup at Haydock last September (6f, firm), beating another of Wednesday?s rivals, Gordon Lord Byron, just under 1l.
A problem at the stalls (slowly away) has prevented this horse from landing more races, but having finished a close third in this event first time out last year, a repeat effort could be on the cards once more.
On that day 12 months ago, it was Tiddliwinks who emerged on top, and the evergreen 7yo returns once more to defend the crown at 14/1, though he hasn?t shown much during his last five outings, including a pipe-opener behind Tickled Pink at Newmarket (last of nine).
It needs remembering, though, that Tiddliwinks was one of six winners in this race during the last 10 years to return at 14/1 or bigger, adding merit to the chances of Hawkeyethenoo (14/1), who won a C&D handicap here in 2010, before lifting the Stewards? Cup last season. He usually needs a run to hit form and his fourth to Tickled Pink should have him spot-on for this, and he showed with a narrow second in an Ascot Group 2 in October that he has class.
But, let?s not forget John Gosden?s Swiss Spirit, who improved last season to win a Group 3 5f event on fast ground at Newbury in September, before flopping on heavy ground in France on his final outing.
This return to firm ground will suit this 4yo was third over C&D in a juvenile event in 2011 and proved when second on his seasonal reappearance in 2012, that he can go well fresh. His odds of 8/1 look value, especially as he has an ideal draw in stall 5 of 18 ? 15 of the last 17 Duke of York winners were drawn low to middle, stalls 1-6 provided 11 winners.
The ground may not be in Maarek?s favour, though, who made giant strides last season when the mud was flying, so with all the evidence at hand, the nod goes to the improving, Tickled Pink, who arrives in top form and is proven over these fast conditions.
Here are several more trends covering the last 17 Dante winners?
All 17 winners were British or Irish-bred.
Taken from http://betting.boylesports.com/001-horse-racing/duke-of-york-stakes-may-spring-festival-odds/
Battle Of Marengo can be Ballydoyle?s leading claim for the Epsom Derby
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Premier League Betting Preview - QPR v Norwich
After a busy transfer deadline day for QPR all eyes should be on them to see how their new recruits perform against Norwich in this Premier League clash. Harry Redknapp brought in a whopping six players in the January tr
Source - http://betting.stanjames.com/football-betting-news/2013-02-02/premier-league-betting-preview-qpr-v-norwich
The Specials Podcast: The Voice, BGT, Soap Awards and more
'Reality' Rob Dixon and Lee Phelps welcome Dave Kelner back to the Specials Podcast to talk about talent competitions.
They discuss the latest acts to grace our screens on The Voice and Britain's Got Talent, as well as the Soap Awards and Eurovision.
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Original Article: http://news.williamhill.com/en/a/reality-tv-previews/the-specials-podcast-the-voice-bgt-soap-awards-and-more
Man City v West Ham ? Betting Odds & Tips
Jaymes Monte previews Saturday?s Premier League lunchtime kick-off between Manchester City and West Ham, reviewing the betting odds and giving us his best tips.
West Ham?s 2-0 win over Wigan last Saturday extended their unbeaten run to five matches, including draws at home to Manchester United and away to Liverpool, so they will arrive at the Etihad in a buoyant mood.
Andy Carroll hasn?t scored in his last two appearances, but has scored three in his last four and looks to now be playing somewhere near the level that earned him a big money move to Anfield just over two years ago.
David Silva, Maicon and James Milner have each all missed recent fixtures, but the latter is expected to be available for this one.
George McCartney and Daniel Potts remain long-term casualties for the Hammers, but James Tonkins has a chance of returning to the fold following a knock picked up in the game against Southampton earlier this month.
Head to Head
Andy Carroll has a particularly good record against City, having scored more goals against the Citizens (4) than against any other Premier League opponent.
Carlos Tevez also enjoys City-West Ham games, scoring twice against his former club the last time that he was involved in this fixture at the Etihad.
Instead, we should look to the goals markets. Meaningless end of season games tend to be a lot more open and expansive, with respective managers trialling new tactics, formations and personnel. Therefore, we?ll start with a bet on there being more than 3.5 goals at odds of 5/4.
Tevez?s recent form and his record against his former club mean that he is worthy of an odds-on price in the anytime scorer market, but the value lies elsewhere. Should Scott Sinclair be given a rare starting berth then he?s worth a few quid at 15/8, while the full backs are likely to be given more of an attacking licence in this fixture so Pablo Zabaleta (7/1) and AleksandrKolarov (5/2) are also worth having on side.
Taken from http://betting.boylesports.com/football/premier-league/man-city-v-west-ham-betting-odds-tips/
Queally thrilled with Frankel
Tom Queally is confident Frankel remains at the peak of his powers after giving the unbeaten colt a spin ahead of his final start of the year in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
The Galileo colt has scarcely been troubled in winning each of his eight racecourse starts and will be the star attraction on Qipco Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday week.
Queally was thrilled after riding work on Sir Henry Cecil's wonderhorse on Friday morning, and can hardly wait for the big day to arrive.
"It's just over a week now until Champions Day, and all eyes will be on Frankel in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes," the jockey said in his column on www.racinguk.com.
"I rode him this morning and he felt as good as ever. He worked with Bullet Train, as always, and lengthened clear in good style.
"Victory on Saturday would be a wonderful way to end an incredible season with him, and no doubt would give the inaugural Champions Day the coverage it deserves.
"It's a case of fingers crossed that we all arrive in one piece at Ascot."
Full Story: http://betting.bluesq.com/17117/racing/horse-racing-racing/queally-thrilled-with-frankel/
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