No luck on Saturday from the one tip, possibly unlucky not to place having been chopped up twice but hard to know. Hopefully some may have had a saver on the winner at 6s, or followed Martin in with his 66/1 poke who came 5th. Good stuff. My quick draw/pace shortlist in the 2pm found the 1st and 2nd.
In more positive news a couple of the services I have pointed you towards in recent weeks have been having a fine old time of it. I don’t ‘push’ too many other services that often and for good reason, but it is nice when those that I do actually perform straight away. I believe Nicky Doyle of BetAlchemist service has had a solid week and he tipped Hoof It at 22/1 on his free big race preview list. He knows his stuff and if you are looking for a decent Tipster service (with write ups) then you can check his out HERE>>>
Likewise the Big Race Tipster over at The Betting Insiders Club has been on fire again this week. I don’t know how he does it but Dr Nick Hardman has knocked up near +100 points this week at Goodwood and Galway as I write. (2 pt win and 1pt EW bets) Phenomenal. Their package is worth it for the tips alone (includes a short write up) but you get a lot more than that. You can watch their video to the right or head HERE>>>
On Monday I will record a short ‘video tour’ of the blog but hopefully most of it is clear enough. I hope you like the new design.
I will opt for a quiet day on Sunday and come back fully tuned up on Monday.
So, just the potential system bets and a few ‘trainer in form’ pointers for Market Rasen…
2.55 MTR – Gold Ingot (12/1<)
TTP: MAIN TRAINER SYSTEMS
4.45 Chester: Arty Campbell / Kashgar / Norab (14/1<)
5.15 Chester: Petrify (14/1<)
5.25 Chester: Energia Fox (12/1<)
TRAINERS IN FORM
4.05 – Factor Fifty (’14’) 9/2
4.30 – Kamool (’14’/’30’) 4/1 | The Lampo Genie (’14’,’3o’)
5.05 – Thank You Very Much (’14’/’30’) 10/1 | Bold Henmie (’14’) 11/4
Anything catch your eye?
Enjoy your Sunday, back on Monday.
As I write Johnston has won the last at Goodwood to complete a good week for him, improving on his stats for Handicappers that won LTO. One Mr Hogan has had two winners at Galway- the notes wouldn’t have pointed you towards his jumps winner, but may have done for his 12/1 flat winner. With one more day to go the following notes may help…