Barney curley gambling coup
Agapanthus won at Brighton; then Savaronola did the business at Wolverhampton. Chris Bascombe Welcome to the Premier League - shoddy, self-interested and ungracious. Curley started his business career by managing bands, but owned pubs and betting shops before focusing on full-time gambling.
Barney Curley came back into the public consciousness with a bang yesterday after horses linked to the gambler took the bookies for millions. Bookmakers are facing a pay out of millions as a result of an audacious betting coup landed on Wednesday on four horses at three different British racecourses. Ahead of tomorrow's showdown at White Hart Lane, we remember 11 players north London would rather forget. Butler said that people were jumping to conclusions and he suggested that it was a "coincidence". The coup in question involved four horses that were well backed in doubles, trebles and casino and northwest indiana on 22 January, although none of them had won since and two had not raced for more than a year.
Barney Curley was linked in some way to all four horses: he trained two of them earlier in their careers and three were trained by his former. Adjusted value of Curley's famous betting coup with Yellow Sam in Some disgruntled bookmakers paid his winnings in single notes. Barney Curley has a € each-way bet with Seamus Mulvaney at Bellewstown last year to mark a famous betting coup at the track in