Yet another fluke occurred when it came to my wagering on the Cheltenham Festival.
Going into the final day, I was £4.28 in the black. However, I ended up spending £101 in total wagers on the seven races that concluded the festival.
I returned £9 with Adagio finishing second in the opener. I then had to wait until Minella Indo won the Gold Cup to bring in an additional £38.40.
I had a small punt on Ellimay to win the penultimate race of the day - the Paddy Power Mares' Chase. I needed a win, but she came in second place to bring back £2.48 from the £4 I gambled on her.
And then - it all came down to the last race of the day. If you read yesterday's post, you'll be aware that I had Galopin Des Champs in a £1 each-way Lucky 15 (the other three selections lost) as well as a £3 each-way single.
The horse won, bringing me £20 back in the Lucky 15 (a loss of a tenner) and £36 for the single.
I closed the day £4.88 in the black. I was £9.16 up overall.
I cannot recall how many times I've been in a poor position only to get a win in the final race to bring victory from the jaws of defeat.
Here's how the week went:
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