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The Racing Telegraph Daily

Friday 22nd Dec 17

3 WINNERS on the penultimate day of racing before the Christmas break, including a MIGHTY GAMBLE landed on HANSUPFORDETROIT backed in from 10/1 to 4/1 at the off at Uttoxeter!

Over at Ascot, BEST BET BENATAR got the better of hot favourite Finian's Oscar to oblige at 7/4 while CLAIMANTAKINFORGAN went in at 6/4 to complete a 33/1 TREBLE on the day!

Having taken the BIG RACE at Aintree the Saturday before with BLAKLION, our representative in the feature event at CHELTENHAM a week ago KING'S ODYSSEY ran a stormer to finished third at 9/1 and land each-way money in a race marred by the shocking injury to STARCHITECT. Good each-way bets were also landed at DONCASTER where Dan Skelton's 7/1 SHOT MOHAAYED finished strongly but failed narrowly to catch the favourite and earlier in the day on Town Moor MARKOV got the Ben Pauling show back on the road after a couple of reverses, winning easily at a well-backed 2/1.

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Thursday 21st Dec 17

TWO WINNERS for us from the up-and-coming TOM LACEY yard on Thursday, with TRIOPAS obliging at 7/4 at Towcester before 3/1 SHOT POLYDORA went in at Exeter, beating the odds-on favourite from the out-of-form Phillip Hobbs stable in the process.

ASCOT stages an excellent two-day, pre-Christmas meeting on Friday and Saturday, with the highlights being the  the Grade 1 JLT Reve De Sivola Long Walk Hurdle and the ultra-competitive Lavazza Silver Cup Handicap Chase.

At the track's last meeting in November, BEST BET LIL ROCKERFELLER stayed on gamely to land the £100,000 CORAL HURDLE and we have TERRIFIC INFORMATION from the SAME SOURCE as we seek recover some of our Christmas shopping expenses and BUILD OUR BANK for this year's MAMMOTH Boxing Day BETTING COUP!

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Thursday 21st Dec 17

NH racing resumed last Thursday after an enforced absence due to the weather and we landed a Taunton DOUBLE including 13/2 SHOT PADLEYOUROWNCANOE before MUTAWATHEA won on the all-weather for a 66/1 TREBLE! What a BRILLIANT WEEK it was with 25/1 & 22/1 PAYOUTS on Monday and Tuesday and then 3 BIG WINNERS on Wednesday for a MASSIVE 340/1 TREBLE!

More SUPERB nh & a/w NEWS this Thursday, including at our local all-weather track CHELMSFORD, where we landed a decent 12/1 a/w DOUBLE on Sunday courtesy of Jane Chapple-Hyam's WICKER at 2/1 and David Simcock's 2yo newcomer EJTYAH at a well-supported 7/2 - FIRST CLASS FTO INFORMATION!

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Tuesday 19th Dec 17

THE DRINKS ARE ON US after GIN AND TONIC landed a MIGHTY GAMBLE at Fakenham backed in from 10/1 to 9/2 on Tuesday! That sets us up nicely for Wednesday with SUPERB ACTION & INFORMATION at both Ludlow and Newbury when we'll be aiming to repeat last week's MASSIVE 340/1 TREBLE!

SHYRON started the ball rolling when winning with a little in hand at Lingfield to land a MIGHTY GAMBLE backed in to 5/1! Our old friend ROUGE NUAGE - a 12/1 WINNER for us recently - did us another favour by going in at an EVEN BIGGER 18/1 before HUMBERT completed the TREBLE at Kempton.

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Monday 18th Dec 17

TWO NH WINNERS to start the week on Monday with 14/1 SHOT LANDSCAPE also running a cracker when finishing second at Plumpton beaten by a neck in a driving finish but landing GOOD EACH-WAY BETS!

Following on from our 25/1 TREBLE on the Monday, we landed another 3 WINNERS at Lingfield last Tuesday for a 22/1 PAYOUT, with our other two runners at the track beaten a head and finishing third to land good each-way bets backed in from 16/1 to 7/1 at the off!

We landed a NICE DOUBLE at Fakenham's last meeting, including CODY WYOMING which we indicated was being given one last chance after the stable had bounced back to form a few days previously and he didn't let us down, obliging at 9/2 backed in from 11/2! Our SAME SOURCE has another STRONG MESSAGE for us at the Norfolk track on Tuesday.

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Sunday 17th Dec 17

A decent 12/1 a/w DOUBLE on Sunday courtesy of Jane Chapple-Hyam's WICKER at 2/1 and David Simcock's 2yo newcomer EJTYAH at a well-supported 7/2 - BRILLIANT FTO INFORMATION!

A few days ago on the tapeta at Woverhampton ROUGE NOUAGE was a MASSIVE 18/1 WINNER for us (having already obliged for us at 12/1) and we have more SUPERB NEWS from the track on Monday

NH racing resumed in the UK last Monday after the wintry weather intervened for a few days and it wasn't long before we were on the scoreboard with GREYED A dominating the Novices Handicap Chase to score decisively under champion Richard Johnson at 15/8. In the next race Dan Skelton's ROKSANA also obliged at 6/4 while on the all-weather at Southwell MACH ONE went in at 5/2.

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Saturday 16th Dec 17

Having taken the BIG RACE at Aintree last Saturday with BLAKLION, our representative in the feature event at CHELTENHAM today KING'S ODYSSEY ran a stormer to finished third at 9/1 and land each-way money in a race marred by the shocking injury to STARCHITECT.

Good each-way bets were also landed at DONCASTER where Dan Skelton's 7/1 SHOT MOHAAYED finished strongly but failed narrowly to catch the favourite and earlier in the day on Town Moor MARKOV got the Ben Pauling show back on the road after a couple of reverses on Friday, winning easily at a well-backed 2/1.

A quieter day in prospect on Sunday but still WINNERS TO BE HAD at Southwell over jumps and Chelmsford on the all-weather.

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Friday 15th Dec 17

We told you last Friday that we had MASSIVE NEWS in at Aintree on Saturday for the BECHER CHASE and, once again, WE DELIVERED as BLAKLION did the job nicely to land a HUGE GAMBLE backed in from 3/1 to 7/4! Over at Sandown, BEST BET A HARE BREATH was a BRILLIANT 8/1 WINNER of the Listed Handicap Hurdle, another one for us from the Ben Pauling yard which has done us plenty of favours already this season.

We love a BIG CHASE and there's another cracker in the shape of CHELTENHAM's Caspian Caviar GOLD CUP this Saturday. We have SUPER STRONG INFORMATION in this event for one from a TOP YARD which has been LAID OUT for this day. If you weren't with us last weekend, DON'T MISS OUT AGAIN!

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Thursday 14th Dec 17

NH racing resumed on Thursday after an enforced absence due to the weather and we landed a Taunton DOUBLE including 13/2 SHOT PADLEYOUROWNCANOE before MUTAWATHEA won on the all-weather for a 66/1 TREBLE! What a BRILLIANT WEEK with 25/1 & 22/1 PAYOUTS on Monday and Tuesday and then 3 BIG WINNERS on Wednesday for a MASSIVE 340/1 TREBLE!

We really couldn't be in better form for CHELTENHAM's International Meeting on Friday and Saturday and we'll be aiming to start where we left off in November, as we ended the Open Meeting in TERRIFIC STYLE with 4 WINNERS - and 6/1 SHOT RAVEN'S TOWER obliging at Fontwell - to land a BRILLIANT 412-1 FIVE-TIMER

With the deluge of rain having sabotaged our plans on Saturday, the softer conditions played right into our hands on the final day with wins for the heavily-supported MELROSE BOY in the first, followed by NORTH HILL HARVEY, the equally impressive FOX NORTON and the highly promising SLATE HOUSE.

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Wednesday 13th Dec 17

What a week it's been for the Racing Telegraph with 25/1 & 22/1 PAYOUTS on Monday and Tuesday and then 3 BIG WINNERS on Wednesday for a MASSIVE 340/1 TREBLE!

SHYRON started the ball rolling when winning with a little in hand at Lingfield to land a MIGHTY GAMBLE backed in to 5/1! Our old friend ROUGE NUAGE - a 12/1 WINNER for us recently - did us another favour by going in at an EVEN BIGGER 18/1 before HUMBERT completed the TREBLE at Kempton. SUPERB a/w INFORMATION and more of it come at Chelmsford on THursday.

BIG NEWS in over the jumps which is expected to resume after the wintry weather as we aim to BUILD THE BANK for CHELTENHAM on Friday and Saturday!

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Tuesday 12th Dec 17

Following on from our 25/1 TREBLE on Monday, we landed another 3 WINNERS at Lingfield on Tuesday for a 22/1 PAYOUT, with our other two runners at the track beaten a head and finishing third to land good each-way bets backed in from 16/1 to 7/1 at the off!

Rae Guest's SHOW STEALER was our first winner of the day at 5/4, closely followed by GRACIOUS JOHN in the big sprint event at 3/1 before LITTLE BOY BLUE completed the hat-trick at 6/4. In between KYLLACHY GALA was just touched off in a photo while in the last SHACKLED N DRAWN's attempt to slip the field narrolwy failed.

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Monday 11th Dec 17

After being beaten by the weather on Sunday, National Hunt racing resumed in the UK on Monday and it wasn't long before we were on the scoreboard with GREYED A dominating the Novices Handicap Chase to score decisively under champion Richard Johnson at 15/8. In the next race Dan Skelton's ROKSANA also obliged at 6/4 while on the all-weather at Southwell MACH ONE went in at 5/2.

We've already lost Uttoxeter to the elements on Tuesday and there's a precautionary inspection at Ayr, but our STRONGEST MESSAGE is on the all-weather at Lingfield where we have news of a SPRINTER which has been FLYING AT HOME and is READY TO DO THE JOB!

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Sunday 10th Dec 17

The WINTRY WEATHER put paid to our best plans on Sunday but it's looking promising for FONTWELL on Monday which is GOOD NEWS as we have more SUPERB INFORMATION following on from 6/1 SHOT RAVEN'S TOWER which went in for us at the last meeting, part of a BRILLIANT 412-1 FIVE-TIMER on the day including 4 CHELTENHAM WINNERS!

After a DOUBLE to start the week seven days previously, we repeated the dose last Monday with 2 more WINNERS including CODY WYOMING which we indicated was being given one last chance after the stable bounced back to form at the weekend and he didn't let us down, obliging at 9/2 backed in from 11/2!

It's CHELTENHAM's INTERNATIONAL MEETING this weekend and after the 4 WINNERS mentioned above at the last meeting, make sure you DON'T MISS OUT this time!

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Saturday 9th Dec 17

We told you on Friday that we had MASSIVE NEWS in at Aintree on Saturday for the BECHER CHASE and, once again, WE DELIVERED as BLAKLION did the job nicely to land a HUGE GAMBLE backed in from 3/1 to 7/4! This followed on from ON TOUR taking the feature chase for us at the track's last meeting, obliging at odds of 4/1and before that 33/1 SHOT BON CHIC causing a MASSIVE SHOCK!

Over at Sandown, BEST BET A HARE BREATH was a BRILLIANT 8/1 WINNER of the Listed Handicap Hurdle, another one for us from the Ben Pauling yard which has done us plenty of favours already this season.

No UK racing Sunday but a CRACKING CARD at PUNCHESTOWN where the highlight is a Grade 1 Chase featuring Cheltenham Gold Cup Winner, SIZING JOHN.

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Friday 8th Dec 17

ON TOUR won the feature chase for us at AINTREE's last meeting, obliging at odds of 4/1 for Evan Williams with impressive conditional Mitchell Bastyan onboard and before that 33/1 SHOT BON CHIC sprang a MASSIVE SHOCK (to some) at the track on a day when Kim Bailey's RED RIVER was also a most impressive 7/1 WINNER for us, completing a COLOSSAL 270/1 DOUBLE on the day.

We have more BRILLIANT NEWS to pass your way at the Merseyside venue on Saturday where the big race is the BECHER CHASE, but there's also a CRACKING CARD at Sandown with the TINGLE CREEK the highlight and we have STRONG MESSAGES in for that meeting too.

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RT Update

22nd Mar 15:43

Professional Bet Saturday!

Our next PROFESSIONAL BET is CONFIRMED for Saturday! Don't forget we have been 100% SUCCESSFUL with these this season after wins for PAISLEY PARK on Trials Day at CHELTENHAM in January (advised at 4/1 and bolting up by 12 LENGTHS), followed by CADEAU DU BRESIL landing a MASSIVE Nationwide GAMBLE on our 30th BIRTHDAY, the day before the Festival, then URGENT DE GREGAINE who bumped into the much-improved Tiger Roll in the Cross-Country but landed good ew bets supported from 9/1 to 17/2! Don't Miss Out - GET IN NOW!

21st Mar 22:14

2019 Cheltenham Festival review (cont

Continuing our Cheltenham 2019 review…

 

Day 3, Thursday 14th March

 

Onto the new course then on Thursday and the ground a good deal quicker than it was on the opening day. The first event of the day saw us land a nice touch when the Philip Hobbs trained, Defi Du Seuil duly obliged and landed some nice bets for us, well backed into 3/1. It was a/**/ pretty straight forward success and the race panned out exactly as we had expected with Barry Geraghty sitting pretty coming into the home straight before quickening up nicely as he has done before. The only downside to this one was that, in hindsight, with so few real dangers in the field, he should have been made a Best Bet and although winning, it was a source of real regret for us, that we had not advised him so. Nevertheless, he did the job really well and will win plenty more for us next term too…

 

The second event of the day on Thursday prompted some of the most interesting wagers of the week. We had received a little whisper for a horse from a small stable in the week leading up to the Festival and had spent all week trying to get the message ratified. They told us the horse was back to his best, having shown very little since landing SEVEN, yes 7, on the bounce, back in 2017. Now, he had shown so little that we couldn’t easily pass that onto you in such a competitive heat as the Pertemps Final, one of the most competitive handicaps in the whole of the season without checking it out, surveying the rest of the field to see who else, if anyone, had such strong claims. We heard a few messages about one or two others but when push came to shove, there was simply no doubt that we had to advise Tobefair. Perhaps the final convincing element was Skybet’s offer of 50/1 and SIX places and that made him a no-brainer! Not that he needed four of them, he ran an absolute stormer, coming from near last to looking likely to win it over the last before the Irish trained favourite, just got up to beat him a neck…. A FLAMING NECK, at the post. He would have been our biggest ever price winner at the Festival and what a birthday present that would have been but we have to say, having seen our members back him into the eventual SP of 40/1, we were absolutely gutted later in the day when the reality of all our doubles and trebles and other multiples were taken into account, that neck will have saved the bookies, literally, ££MILLIONS!!

 

The next race was, for some the best race of the meeting and, in truth was a bitter sweet one for us. We were so taken with the messages we received about Frodon and had been ever so impressed by him when winning over 3m at the track back in January that the heart was telling us to be with him but, after receiving such a strong message from our man in Ireland, that was literally from the horse’s mouth, about Road to Respect, we had no option, when push came to shove as, in this business, there is never a professional reason for the heart ruling the head and the horse had, of course, been fourth in the previous year’s Gold Cup. The sources were also adamant he would be better over this shorter trip…. And although he ran a blinder in finishing third to Frodon and Aso, both of whom have done us favours in the past, duly landing EW bets at 9/2, there was a large tinge of remorse that we hadn’t followed our heart. A really annoying result for us on the day, especially as we have been really taken with the riding style of Bryony Frost this year who seems to get better and better and, ultimately, was fully deserving of her success on the big day.

 

If we made a slight error in not making Defi a Best Bet in the first on Thursday, we compounded the issue, in some people’s eyes by not making Paisley Park a Professional Bet in the Stayers hurdle. He had justified all our thoughts about him when doing the job supremely well on Trials day, landing our first Professional Bet of the year by a very easy twelve lengths. Now, we know that many of you will have exactly the same on him again after that brilliant success but, we were aware this was a different race – a stronger race and there were buoyant messages coming in about Faugheen the former Champion hurdler. As a result, although we made him our singe largest stake of the week (3pts), having watched him win again, as he did, albeit not by twelve lengths this time but only 23/4L, we were possibly right in having just that teeny weeny doubt about making him our Strongest of Bets. In some ways, that should warm the cockles of the hearts of every member as only if we are 100% sure of a result, do we advise thePROFESSIONAL BET. Now, we all know, they cant, indeed, wont all win but at least you can go into them knowing that we have unearthed every stone before we advise such stakes. In Paisley Park’s case, we were on him large on the right day, when he was 4/1 and won with twelve lengths to spare so although it was possible we could have gone in again, the result tells us it was definitely harder and he was less than a third the price but thankfully, for the sake of our Best bet on the day, he duly obliged again at 11/8. A cracking little horse and one that can get better and better. It wasn’t lost on us that our bet in the race last year, that didn’t run his race, finished second to Paisley Park and there will undoubtedly be more good days ahead for Sam Spinner too.  

 

The following event was a really competitive handicap chase and as we indicated in the advice beforehand, we knew that the eventual winner was a huge danger to all and Sirrah Du Lac eventually won well confirming the form with the second from earlier in the year over course and distance, Janika. Our bet was Didero Vallis of Venetia iWilliams’ and he was advised EW at 16/1 with five places available, duly landing those bets but in truth, never really looked like winning, the drying ground against him.  That said there was no harm done and the final two events proved beyond us with Epatante not proving to be as good as all the hype from Nicky Henderson’s yard and in the last Jamie Codds mount was not good enough to cope with the only other horse in the race with a proper jockey aboard, Any Second Now.

 

Still, another very good day with plenty of good results and the back story to this was one of our guys had the Scoop 6 on his agenda, sorted his little perm out which included all of the RT bets and one or two f the dangers, had all SIX winners as the bet did not include the mares only event that produced the 50/1 winner but didn’t get his bet on in time. A schoolboy error and one that we’re sure, he wont repeat in the near future. He was inconsolable!!!!!

 

From a personal, having won a nice few quid on the day both in singles, it was the prospect of the doubles and trebles with Tobefair a neck second at 50/1 that left us reeling yet very happy, overall with the quality of information, once again that we both received and passed on.

 

We’ll catch up with the fourth and final day of the Festival, Gold Cup day, tomorrow, but, in the meantime, whatever you do, don’t miss our Special offers. We have something special coming up this weekend and, at Aintree, in a few weeks time, we have one that we know deliberately missed Cheltenham for this meeting and will be our biggest bet at that meeting for at least TEN YEARS!

20th Mar 22:40

2019 Cheltenham Festival review....

So, after a couple of days well earned rest, we have had the opportunity to look back on the single biggest meeting of the year in the National Hunt calendar and we thought you would be interested to hear our take on our performance at the Cheltenham Festival 2019.

Day 1, Tuesday 12th March

So, on the Tuesday we were confronted with the type of ground that the majority of the country’s trainers had been crying out for, for the previous three months but didn’t/**/ get. It certainly caught out a few people and, indeed, many trainers had horses in races that wanted much faster ground than that with which they were provided. Still, it made for some exciting racing and although we were still on a high after the 30th Birthday PROFESSIONAL BET had won the day before, we couldn’t kick off with a winner as Angels Breath was struck into on the bend between three out and two out and was unable to recover his position. It was no surprise to see Willie Mullins land the first, though surprisingly with a horse that had been excelling on faster ground.

After Glen Forsa fell early on in the Arkle, our attention was turned to the Champion Hurdle and that provided the biggest shock of the week. Not only did favourite Buveur D’Air fail to get round but the two big player s against him couldn’t produce either. This left the way wide open for the Gavin Cromwell trained, Espoir D’Allen to win comfortably and one couldn’t help thinking that had he stayed on his feet, Buveur D’Air would have won handsomely.

IN the big handicap chase, the Ultima, Mick Channon’s Mister Whittaker got rather moody at the start and didn’t really want to line up. He sulked all the way round before being pulled up when he had no chance but our second Best Bet of the day, duly obliged, albeit, some may say, rather fortunately. However, we would argue that point, not because Roksana ever really looked like beating the hot favourite Bene Des Dieux but because, at 10/1 on an each way basis, this was one of the bets of the week. There were only two horses in the race and even if we had only placed, it was still a stonking Best Bet. The history books will show in years to come, that she WON at 10-1 not that she was a fortunate winner and your bank balance doesn’t tell you that you were lucky either!

Good Man Pat was another that sulked around Prestbury Park too. He never looked happy on the track despite the yards confidence and he will be one for another day while the four miler resembled the Somme to bring up the end of day one. So, with a 10/1 Best Bet winner in the bag we were relatively pleased with the eventual outcome though slightly disappointed we didn’t see more from one or two.

Day 2, Wednesday 13th March

On to day two and Champ opened up proceedings for us, running a blinder, the only one of Nicky Hendersons batch of useful novices to do so but he couldn’t hold the late thrust of Henry de Bromheads City Island who, in truth, was a deserving winner. In hindsight, we perhaps should have advised Champ EW at 9/2 but hadn’t anticipated he would be so big. IN the RSA Chase we were unfortunate for having been a big fan of both Santini, as members will recall from last year and, more importantly, of Topofthegame who was reported in superb shape, we received a good late message from an excellent source of ours that the Gordon Elliot trained horse, Delta Work, was absolutely flying at home and that swayed us, as the morning progressed. Needless to say, we were gutted to finish third behind the other two. However, much better was to come….

In the most competitive handicap of all of them at Cheltenham, the Coral Cup, we had some excellent news as we had indicated in the write up about our previous dual Cheltenham winner, Ballyandy and despite having misgivings about the form of the yard in just the last few days before the festival, we couldn’t ignore the yards confidence in him. It paid dividends for, after jumping the last, he looked likely to win and, backed from 22/1 into 14/1, our faith was justified only for him to get collared a short head and a neck on the line. Nevertheless, we were well pleased with another successful bet at 22/1 even though he was only a good third.

We were then treated to a masterclass from Altior who, although perhaps not at his best, showed that he always finds a way to get to the line first and did so superbly….though, naturally, at an unbackable price for us as we never ever bet at odds on!

Then came the bet we had waited nearly two months for. The PROFESSIONAL BET that had been advised to us back in January, immediately after Paisley Park had won at Cheltenham, and which we had been waiting for with bated breath. Its now in the history books of course that, although we knew all about Tiger Roll and his previous exploits, we were possibly taking on one of the most consistent and reliable chasers we have seen for many a long day in Tiger Roll who, on the evidence of what he did here wouldn’t have looked out of place in the Gold Cup. He looks sure to be a huge factor again in the National and may well be the first horse since red Rum to win it back to back. Anyhow, although our horse, Urgent de Gregaine, which had been passed onto us by a hugely respected source from Newmarket who was now working in France, both jumped superbly and travelled for the most part like the winner, all the way, Tiger Roll just proved too good at the weights but at 9/1 into 17/2, we were satisfied that we were justified in making him such a strong bet and were happy to pick up each way returns.

From there on, the day just got better and better.…

Next up was the brilliant news we had in from our man in Ireland, in a race we have made a habit of winning, the Fred Winter juvenile handicap. Band of Outlaws had really caught our imagination after seeing him win both his previous starts with consummate ease, showing a rare turn of foot that you dont normally see in NH racing. We knew, and identified that Willie Mullins Ciel de Neige was fancied and likewise, the Skelton trained,  King D’Argent, a good fourth at 25/1 but there was never ever any doubt that the only one we wanted to be on was the Joseph O’Brien trained, Band of Outlaws and at 5/1, he was a stonking EW bet, though we were always confident of him winning. Needless to say, he travelled through the race like a top class animal and there is little doubt in lour mind that had he been in the Triumph itself, especially given what happened to poor old Sir Erec, that he would have taken all the beating in that as well. Backed into 7/2, there was never ever a moments concern as he strolled through the race and quickened away like a goodun, over the last.

The final event of the day, is another race we have found coming to our aid regularly over the past few years and, once again the Champion bumper didn’t disappoint here. We knew all about Blue Sari, who had won very well in Ireland but, equally, our man was very string on the Jamie Codd ridden, Envoi Allen and although Barry Geraghty came there looking a huge danger at the furlong pole, Jamie Codd showed what a class act he is, undeniably the best amateur rider we have ever seen, fighting off Geraghty with a whirlwind finish and the final job of the day was done, having been heavily supported from around 7/2 into 2/1, at the off. A cracking good day, starting with a second and a third but then all our last four bets all successful on the day!

We’ll be back tomorrow with more musings from the final two days of the festival including the superb news on the 50/1 job that did the job but, in the meantime, whatever you do, don’t miss the offer below. We have something special coming up this weekend and at Aintree, in a few weeks time, we have one that we know deliberately missed Cheltenham for this meeting and will be our biggest bet at the meeting for at least TEN YEARS! 

19th Mar 18:42

Almost 30/1 DOUBLE UP Tuesday!

TWO NICE WINNERS for us on Tuesday with Charlie Longsden's STORMY MILAN going in for us just down the road from here at Huntingdon at odds of 5/1 while up at Wetherby CARALINE obliged at 4/1 for an almost 30/1 PAYOUT

19th Mar 15:36

Another BIG DAY on Wednesday

WHAT A GREAT DAY we enjoyed last Wednesday at CHELTENHAM with BAND OF OUTLAWS 5/1 to 7/2 and ENVOI ALLEN  7/2 into 2/1 both obliging and our old friend BALLYANDY once again ran his heart out, going down by only a half length backed from 22/1 into 14/1 - what a superstar he has been for us at three Festivals! Not long after, URGENT De GREGAINE landed our largest bet of the day, the PROFESSIONAL BET  though, unfortunately, he bumped into a Tiger Roll that looks much improved and our horse had to settle for place money but the job was done and profit made, advised at 9/1 and backed into 17/2. A SUPERB DAY in prospect this Wednesday with meetings at Haydock, Chepstow and Market Rasen.  

18th Mar 16:05

It's OFFICIAL - next PROFESSIONAL BET this week!

As our members will know, we are 100% on our PROFESSIONAL BETS this NH season and the NEXT ONE will be THIS WEEK! Our man has not as yet provided full details other than for us to be READY TO MOVE on Friday or Saturday! So, if you haven't already, make sure you JOIN US before then - check this page NOW as we have 2 brand new SPECIAL OFFERS but HURRY they are ONLY AVAILABLE until FRIDAY!   

17th Mar 16:26

Plumpton PROfESSIONAL BET plus Exeter DOUBLE!

We celebrated our 30th Birthday in style at Plumpton last Monday as our PROFESSIONAL BET - the Grant Cann-trained CADEAU DU BRESIL obliged with ease to land a COLOSSAL Nationwide GAMBLE, eventually going off 11/8! JOIN US back at the track on Monday when we have another HUGE MESSAGE and there's interesting news too at Exeter, where we landed an 11/1 DOUBLE at the last meeting, courtesy of a couple from the Paul Nicholls yard. 

16th Mar 10:54

Near 20pts PROFIT, Cheltenham BEST BETS alone..

What a week we had at Cheltenham!! Winners every day and a near 20pt PROFIT on BEST BETS alone. The final day provided some interesting EW bets most of which were landed but we did the damage to the bookies in the earleir part of the week. Either way, though, we were well pleased with the information we both received and passed on and are now looking forward with relish to both the Aintree Grand National meeting and, indeed the start of the Flat. Make sure you join us from Saturday with the Midlands National the feature and a cracking card at KEMPTON PARK>>

15th Mar 17:54

WINNERS Every Day At CHELTENHAM!

We celebrated our 30th BIRTHDAY on Monday with PROFESSIONAL BET Cadeau Du Bresil landing a MASSIVE Nationwide GAMBLE which set us up perfectly for the 2019 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL where we enjoyed WINNERS on EVERY DAY including another PROFESSIONAL BET - we're 100% on these this season - and a 10/1 BEST BET! Now our attention turns to the next big NH festival which is AINTREE in three weeks time and you can be with us FROM TODAY until GRAND NATIONAL DAY itself for ONLY £129 - and we start with a MASSIVE Midlands National JOB on Saturday! Get IN & Get ON - JOIN HERE

14th Mar 19:42

The AGONY and the ECSTACY On Day 3

A day of mixed emotions at CHELTENHAM on Thursday with BEST BET PAISLEY PARK powering up the hill to take the Stayers Hurdle, heavily supported from 7/4 to 11/8, and DEFI DU SEUIL taking the opener in fine style at 3/1, plus ROAD TO RESPECT and DIDERO VALLIS landiing good ew bets. But, oh the AGONY we suffered as 50/1 JOB (when advised) TOBEFAIR looked sure to win only to be nutted on the line by the favourite! That's racing, though, and we remain in FINE FETTLE for the final day when many of you will recall that LE PREZIEN ended the Festioval in style for us last year, landing a MASSIVE GAMBLE from 12/1 to 15/2!