Yesterdays inplay trades drew a blank day (well, a loss of 50c!) so we are pretty much where we left off.
Here's today's trades.
Had Swanfold at Limerick yesterday which was a little boost for the form
study thing but that continues to bounce up and down and go nowhere at
Have to say I enjoyed the weekend and took time to relax. I visited my
old man's grave, then took off in the car with the missus and daughter
for a drive around the Borough. Ended up in Sorrento Park in Dalkey for a
picnic - the views over Killiney Bay and Dalkey Island are just
spectacular and I feel lucky to have it all on my doorstep.
I think its very important to take time off away from racing like this.
Cheltenham week was hectic and I didn't see the family much. A nice
stroll around with the iPhone turned off can work wonders to recharge
the batteries. The gorse bushes were in bloom and smell lovely and the
bees are starting to come out too. Beautiful. A quick stop off in the
druids char for one (I had a non alcoholic drink as I had the damn car!)
and home to watch dragon's den. A good day! As I say, it' s important
to do this now and then as I'll be back working/trading shares/trading
sports/punting from tomorrow and it will be all go again.
Won't get to see today's racing as I'm bringing my mam and wife out for dinner.
A lovely picture of Dalkey Island from Sorrento by Owen Fitzpatrick:
WAYNE Bailey was born in Dublin where he still lives with daughter. A librarian by profession, Wayne has always had a passion for betting and trading and has spent various periods throughout his life as a professional gambler. In 2007, he graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in social science and information studies and four years later, he completed a diploma in financial trading from the Irish Institute of Financial Trading. More recently, he studied psychology and the behaviour of the human mind. Wayne is a regular contributor to various newspapers and websites in the UK and Ireland, and he currently pens the Betting Ring column which enjoys a large dedicated following every Saturday in Ireland’s largest selling newspaper The Irish Independent. Wayne's book 'Sports Trading on Betfair' was published in 2014. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org