Last week was a great week for the site with our Lockinge winner Rhododendron and Roll Up selection Stradivarius, obliging. Hope you got on both at the suggested prices.
This week we are concentrating on Leg 4 of the Roll Up, where we have a flyer, so please read the page.
We do advise you though to get on Roaring Lion for next week’s Derby…… NOW at 6/1….we think it’s a steal each way.
See you next week for the great Epsom meeting.
Nothing doing at the moment, as racing this weekend is mundane, sandwiched between Cheltenham and next week’s Grand National.
Yesterday, saw our Irish Grand National selection, Bellshill, run a blinder, leading for most of the way until the last when he veered off course, finishing a close-up fourth, giving lumps of weight away……the horse must be followed. A small profit was gained each way, as although he was demoted to fifth, most bookies pay out.
We will be back next week with the relaunch of the ROLLUP and our Grand National selections when we hope to emulate our winning selection of last year in One For Arthur.
Well, the big one is upon us and fresh from our SECOND Roll Up success (see page) we have two nice priced multiple bets for you for next week at the festival.
8 x £* TREBLES
2 Cue Card @6/1 & Un de Sceaux @9/4 Thursday Ryan Air Chase
2 Mite Bite @ 4/1 & Native River @ 6/1 Friday Gold Cup
2 Apples Shakira @ 10/3 & Redicean @ 9/2 Friday Triumph Hurdle
Total 8 X Stake = 8 BETS
£* EACH WAY LUCKY 31
Tiger Roll @ 11/2 Weds Cross Country
Rhinestone @ 9/1 Weds Bumper Race
Marias Benefit @ 6/1 Thurs Mares Novice
Max Dynamite @ 8/1 Friday County Hurdle
Santini @ 9/2 Fri Albert Bartlett
Total 62 (inc EW) X Stake + 62 BETS
We will be online the night before, each evening, throughout the festival with a daily tip and Novelty Roll Up Selection.
Sleep well until next Tuesday folks!!
Well, last Saturday was a quiet affair with one non-runner, Vieux Lion Rouge and a loser, Clyne who hurdled poorly on his favourite track after a spell of novice chasing…make your mind up trainer!
On a better note, The Roll Up kicked off leg No.1 with an easy winner in Un de Sceaux at Ascot. That puts £17.27 in the kitty for leg No. 2 so watch this space.
Saturday sees the Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham, a race won last year by the ill-fated hero Many Clouds. This year the race looks to be at the mercy of Bristol De Mai who was suffering from ulcers in the King George. Our other tip is two win singles on Finians Oscar @ 3/1 & Wholestone @ 7/2 in the Cleeve Hurdle which should get you even money the two.
Now please visit our Financial & Roll Up pages.
Time to kick off the New Year with a couple of winning tips which have been lacking lately, apart from The Roll Up!!
Saturday’s Champion Hurdle Trial at Haydock may result in a rematch from last year with The New One & Clyne although we respect the chances of Henderson’s unknown quantity Call Me Lord. BACK CLYNE EACH WAY @8/1.
We also like the look of Vieux Lion Rouge @ 8/1 EW in the Peter Marsh Chase. This horse is a course specialist, as is Clyne who, by the way, returns from novice chasing.
At Ascot, we re-launch the successful Roll Up with Leg No. 1 so please go to the page now.
Let’s have a happy start to the year.
Well, the Christmas racing results were poor for us yielding only two winners in Mite Bite and Apple’s Jade. Sorry, that’s racing folks as you know.
On a better note though we have fantastic news on the Roll Up front.
Leg No. 6 duly obliged delivering £112.43 for a £10 stake. Please see the Roll up page.
In plain terms the bet gave over 1000% profit in just over 6 months…….where else can you get that sort of return in a tipping service for an accumulator?
Back to racing, Cheltenham looms so watch this page for all the trials.
The Ladbroke Trophy aka The Hennessy
Well last week brought a small profit with our nap Bristol De Mai destroying the field in the Betfair Chase and our each way double yielding a little profit too.
I have been going to Haydock Park for many, many years now and I can tell you that Bristol’s performance was the best I have ever seen by a jump horse there. Like I said in the last post, give him soft at Cheltenham and the Gold Cup is his for the taking.
Now to business.
This Saturday sees the revamped Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury and we must advise a wager on Singlefarmpayment who looks made for the race. The horse was a good second on his seasonal debut at Cheltenham where he was also just touched off by a nose at the festival. GET ON EW at 7/1.
Now please go to the Roll Up page for another selection.
Have a good weekend folks.