Superb Results On Tuesday + Sedgefield Fiasco

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Tom Bagshaw, T-BAG (T for Tom and Bag for Bagshaw) was off to a winning start on Tuesday with a MAX BET WINNER…

RUNSWICK DAYS WON 13/8 (MAX BET)

T-Bag was 100% For the day having also advised a bet in the 1-20 at Sedgefield which was declared void (see below).  Tom is at the top of the X22 leaderbard, which is fiercely competitive in November with HUGE winning services make plenty of profits. T-Bag’s info was spot on;

13.50 Sedgefield MAX BET No 5 RUNSWICK DAYS
John Wade does exceptionally well at Sedgefield! This horse has plenty of experience over fences already and is sure to go well again having made all over C&D 2 weeks ago, MAX BET

It was another winning day for the X22 top tipsters too.

TONY GAINS landed a BIG DOUBLE with two big winners, UNCLE BRIT WON 7/2 and PADLOCK WON 6/4. Two bets, two winners!  The ONE TO ONE SERVICE landed a MAX BET DOUBLE and MOTOR MOUTH advised a treble as SOUTHWAY STAR romped home at 10/11. THE ALL WEATHER GOLD SERVICE had yet another winner as WU ZETIAN won very easily backed in to 10/11.

A quiet day was a WINNING DAY with X22, the HOME OF WINNERS!

Sedgefield Wrong Flag Fiasco

Sedgefield Wrong Flag Fiasco

The 1.20 at Sedgefield has been declared VOID after a yellow flag was incorrectly waved at the runners on the first circuit, instead of the warning flag!

This is what the Stewards had to say…

Rule 48 states that when a yellow flag is waved, each rider who has not passed the flag must pull up, and that the race shall be void.

No one pulled up but bypassed the fence, which was visibly dolled off, and they also knew before and that the fence would NOT be jumped. The riders have said they didn’t check the colour of the flag because they presumed it would be the chequered one for the omitted fence. COMMON SENSE, but oh no not in UK racing!

“They should have checked the flag, and they have to pull up if it’s yellow flag.We will be holding a further inquiry to ascertain exactly how the mistake was made.”

I can save them the time, trouble and money. How it happened, very simple, having inexperienced staff. If you pay peanuts you get monkeys is a phrase that I heard today, however, that may seem harsh. However it is not rocket science is it, wave the flag, the checked one not the plain one! Not much room for error there is there!

OKAY so he is human and made an error, not one jockey or trainer would have complained if the race had been allowed to stand there was no effect at all on the race. It was the racecourse’s fault, no one else. I agree with Harry Challoner. Challoner vented his fury on Twitter writing:

“What a joke. Yet again someone else’s mistake yet owners, trainers and jockeys are punished the most!”

This is a new low for racing! In the news recently, man landed a spacehip on a comet, millions of miles away in space, yet the fail safe in jump racing relies on a bloke waving the right flag, is that really the best we can do? I have been doing this job for 10 years, just when I thought I had seen everything, along comes this! I wonder what is next!

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