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Andalas Energy And Power Plc LSE:ADL London Ordinary Share IM00BZ7PNY71 ORD NPV
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  0.00 0.0% 0.20 0.19 0.21 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
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Alternative Energy 0.0 -3.0 -0.8 - 2

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04/3/2018
16:46
Ron, Make sure you learn the right lessons about AIM and are not just confirming your own totally unfounded misconceptions. It is poor form to spam a board with completely irrelevant guff, even though you may think it is good info - there are other places you can share it. But I guess when you have no coherent answers for the questions being posed in the relevant discussion, that is all someone of clinical definition of moron IQ can do to blot out what he does not want others to read.
sweet karolina
04/3/2018
16:04
i do think Gordon Elliott is the man this year...and is my bet for this chelt...so hope i can get 75% of my ADL stake back ( the other 25% is down to learning about AIM )Will not be back ...will post later
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:53
hope this helps on your thinking on the day
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:52
Charlie Longsdon is yet to score with any of his 58 festival runners… 0/58 | 0% S/R | -£58.00 BFLSP Win & Place 2/58 | 3% S/R Charlie Longsdon’s team simply don’t fire as expected when it comes to the festival and 58 straight losers and only two solitary placers is a seriously worrying statistic for the upwardly mobile trainer. In fairness he came close with Pendra a couple of times, including last season, so he may not be too far off that elusive first festival winner.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:51
11 of Gordon Elliott’s 12 winners had their last start in a NON-Handicap race... 11/64 | 17% S/R | +£117.04 BFLSP Win & Place 21/64 | 33% S/R That may not seem all that impressive at first glance but when you compare it against his runners that ran in a Handicap last time out (1/26) you begin to see that Elliott (who is a damn shrewd operator) is almost certainly planning his Cheltenham attacks and sees a Non-Handicap ‘warm-up’; as the ideal route in.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:50
The Mullins/Walsh combo has been positively blitzing the 16f – 20f festival races with their last time out winners... 17/34 | 50% S/R | +£38.84 BFLSP Win & Place 26/34 | 76% S/R The power-duo clearly mean business when they gun for the shorter distanced races with a last time out winner! A 50%-win S/R and a 76% win & place S/R is phenomenal, and they are the combo all others have to try and keep up with over the 16f-20f trips.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:49
i will be laying p hobbs on all fields & hope he comes away with no winners or placed
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:44
Hobbs has been have a bad time of late...would not go near his runners @ this time
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:42
Philip Hobbs has really been struggling in the Non-Handicap contests... 1/34 | 3% S/R | -£30.05 BFLSP Win & Place 2/34 | 6% S/R For a trainer of Hobbs’ stature and ability that’s a fair old quiet spell in the top races. Only one win & one place in the non-handicap races is a pitiful return and the 60% below expectation figure tell us his runners have been performing below what is expected of them.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:32
Paul Nicholls has been significantly underperforming with his chasers... 3/81 | 4% S/R | -£29.50 BFLSP Win & Place 8/81 | 10% S/R That is definitely a slightly surprising statistic but it 100% true and the champion trainer has been underperforming by some 61% with his festival chasers. It may just be down to the post Kauto & Denman re-building process but whatever it is the facts tell us that he hasn’t been hitting the chase mark anywhere near as much as expected. He has managed to sneak in 1 chase winner at each of the last 3 festivals, so things are looking up for him, but overall he’s still plenty below expectation.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:29
god bless roger banister RIP
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:26
All 8 of David Pipe’s Festival winners had been rested for 45 days or more... 8/57 | 14% S/R | +£55.59 BFLSP Win & Place 14/57 | 25% S/R David Pipe is starting to become a bit of an expert at laying off his festival runners a touch and then building them up to peak condition at home, away from the rough and tumble of a race track appearance. Those figures become even more noticeable when you consider the record of his festival runners returning WITHIN 44 days of their last start – 0/62 | 0% S/R | -£62.00 BFLSP – Win & Place 4/62 | 7% S/R.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
15:24
Aidan Coleman has only ridden 1 of his last 106 festival rides into the winners’ enclosure... 1/106 | 1% S/R | -£86.95 BFLSP Win & Place 11/106 | 10% S/R Coleman gets plenty of rides at the festival (only 7 jockeys have ridden more times at recent festivals), but he really struggles to get them home in front. The place side of things isn’t great either and things just don’t seem to click for him here.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
14:51
Patch, Most of your questions should be answered later today. However could you ask this one in English so I can see if I can answer it: "Spell out exactly where ADL it cantors have project rules? No assumptions just fact you can point at?"
sweet karolina
04/3/2018
14:44
Ron...Lol..
therealtonythetiger
04/3/2018
13:57
Ron.. I lived/worked in Edinburgh then Glasgow a few years back loved it up there.. Just spoke to my cousin and we will be in the pub for the entire festival.. lol.. Not seen a few of the boys for a while now so it will be good to meet up n have a good laugh..
therealtonythetiger
04/3/2018
12:30
Tom Scudamore has only managed to convert ONE of his 103 festival rides over hurdles... 1/103 | 1% S/R | -£100.84 BFLSP Win & Place 11/103 | 11% S/R That one winner came two years ago in the shape of Thistlecrack, until then he had drawn an almighty blank over the festival hurdles.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
12:27
Davy Russell has a strong record in the Handicaps... 5/22 | 23% S/R | +£68.99 BFLSP Win & Place 11/22 | 50% S/R Russell is not a man to be ignored at the Cheltenham Festival, he has pulled in at least one winner at each of the past six festivals and has been profitable to follow blind at four of the last six, with the handicaps pulling in most bang for the Russell buck. Interestingly his handicap winners all started in the 11-1 to 16-1 range.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
12:26
ruby is (was)injured so be careful with the above.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
12:25
20 of Ruby Walsh’s 24 Non-Handicap winners came over 2m-2m5f trips and WON last time out... 20/42 | 48% S/R | +£40.37 BFLSP Win & Place 32/42 | 76% S/R Seems easy when you put it like that!! Despite that being somewhat of an obvious little angle it has been fantastically profitable and is firing above expectation (36% above). In recent seasons it has certainly been worth following Ruby in non-handicap races over the 2m-2m5f trips on a horse that won last time out.
ronjoe77
04/3/2018
11:42
Sweetie - can your cv beat this?Rob has over 30 years' experience in the oil and gas industry, during which he has successfully executed a number of high profile transactions and sourced funding for several major development projects. Starting his career with Shell International, Rob subsequently moved into investment banking, working at both Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and Goldman Sachs International, where he established an extensive network of investment contacts. Moving back into the upstream industry he has distinguished himself as an active board member with high level involvement in the growth and success of numerous public and private energy related ventures.As a Board member of Spring Energy AS, Rob rapidly grew the Norwegian Continental Shelf focused upstream oil and gas company ahead of its eventual sale to Tullow Oil in January 2013. He was subsequently a director of Core Energy AS, an oil and gas company focused on the producing fields of the Norwegian Continental Shelf. During his career he has also held the role of Chairman at each of Petroceltic International plc, Global Petroleum Limited and Oyster Petroleum Limited and a non-executive directorship at Rocksource ASA.
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