Do you get fed up being bombarded with emails from people offering you money making opportunities?
I know I do as just yesterday I had a message from some guy claiming you can make a fantastic living by bookie offer bagging and match betting.
This is where you keep opening accounts with different bookmakers to get special free bets so you can place more than one bet on an event so whatever the outcome you make a profit.
Well of course it can work in the short term however sooner or later the bookmaker incentives will dry up and so will the profits. Of course he was asking for membership subscriptions which were hundreds of pounds a year on his website but I’m telling you in 6 months time him and his system will have disappeared into cyber space.
Then there was the mathematical genius who developed a plan to win thousands on the National Lottery each month using computer software that was guaranteed infallible.
I mean if a person had a system that kept producing on the lottery would he in his right mind want to share it with us?
So my advice is if it sounds to good to be true it probably is.
Back in the real World we had another super winner with Howies Hottie last week when Top Offer romped in landing a big gamble having been backed from 9/1 into 9/2 s/p.
It’s very interesting that Top Offer goes again this evening in the 6.10 Kempton over an extra furlong which should be well within his range. He could possibly be a late developer based on his easy win last week and a 6lb penalty might not anchor him.
One other that caught my eye today is Jammy Guest in the 5.20 Nottingham who has dropped like a stone in the handicap when you consider he ran in the Jersey at Royal Ascot back in the day.
This is a 5 furlong event and although he would prefer a slightly longer trip he should be right in the mix with Tom (Frankel) Queally in the saddle.
What I would suggest with these selections are 2 win singles and the magic each way double.
Unlike the rogues I mentioned above I can’t guarantee my two gallant steeds will win but hopefully they will run well, give us some fun and at the end of the day a profit.
Earth Drummer trainer D.O’Meara – He was drawn on the wrong side in the Cambridgeshire but was 1st home on his side after not getting a clear run.
Sixties Sue trainer M.Channon – She had to come high and wide at Chester last week to finish a good 2nd and might be suited to a more conventional track.
Boris Grigoriev trainer M.Easterby – Showed more sparkle last time and is one to be with when the ground is soft.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.
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