Horse Racing Selections – 23rd May 2022


Cards from Leicester and Nottingham to open the week.

Nothing of note at either and will pass over today.

Doom and gloom from Turf Moor yesterday 🙁

I really fear for the future of my club now. In the venture capital world I can see the parachute payments trousered, along with the imminent probability of sales of Nick Pope and Maxwell Cornet. We seem to have been purchased like Man Utd and a £60m repayment on the £170m purchase price becomes payable on relegation. That leaves little for investment and a very different squad kicking off at the end of July. With further loan repayments to come you can see a Derby, Sunderland, Wigan or Bolton on the radar 🙁

Hopefully I am wrong!


Today’s member’s notes are below….

Back in the morning just before 8.30 am.

BOL (Best Of Luck!) with any of your betting selections.



For those on the new 2022/23 £1k to £10k Annual Challenge, the bank is at £1016.42 with current full stakes at £12.70 EW with over a 45% win/place rate. 

The 2022 Turf bank stands at +10.3 pts to 1pt EW stakes with over a 45% win/place rate. 


Link to full results >> HERE


Today’s member’s notes are below….

BOL (Best Of Luck!) with any of your betting selections.

Stay safe!

ABW Team

Today’s Selections

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  1. I feel for you. I’m Lucky. I’m a Brighton & Hove Albion lifelong fan and used to watch them from the 1940s with Dick Knight who saved them in the early 90s and was instrumental in their subsequent survival and saw them into their new super Amex stadium. I am so pleased that he (and I) have seen them climb into the top half of the Premiership.
    Burnley should never have got rid of Shaun Dyche who I see often now playing golf at Woburn. He’s well out of it.

    Hope my luck will expand into the Horse racing field this year.

  2. Don’t feel for these rich owners of premier league football clubs John.Playthings for many of them and for some a place to put their dirty money into something they haven’t the slightest interest in. WALAW, meh. Dirty Leeds should rename their team The 49ers. Owned by Americans who are starting to get the Yankee influence in. American manager, interest in two American players in Aaronson and Dest. Good luck with them, when the going gets tough they will wilt imo…. Burnley appear to have fallen for the Pull of the big premier money and taken on the debt. £106m in debt and now reliant on charlatans like ALK capital. Oh dear……At least my club is owned by a local man who keeps a tight ship and has done so since 2008 when he took over a very sick club up to it’s neck in debt. We only have a turnover of around 15m, but no mercenaries taking millions of pounds in wages for kicking about a bag of wind.We also have a manager who is a decent human being who demands his players to be the same. A manager who has got a very small club up to the championship three times… We had to sell our best players to try and survive with the sales of Crooks, Vaulks and Ajayi in the last three years. This time it might mean Wiles, Ogbene or Barlaser going to fund life in the championship. I would sooner have that than a club in debt and relying on shithouses whose only interest is either making as much money out of working class fans or shifting dirty money.Saudis,Yanks, Russians. No thanks. Tony Stewart and your local lighting company will do for me. UTM.

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