Its been quite some week for F.A.Cup results with both Chelsea and Man City both dumped on their backsides showing us that money does not always guarantee success.
I believe the Cup has a special magic and I love seeing these wonderful giant killing feats by the smaller clubs. Can somebody tell me what are the odds on a Bradford v Cambridge final at Wembley?
The bookies must have been toasting the football results last week but I bet they were hating the bets coming in from clients of Betting Opportunity as its been another magnificent period for us.
I’m not going to bore you with the results as you can check them out for your self on the proofing pages.
We are way ahead at the top of the Betfan tipping table however to me this is never the main criteria as the most important aspect of tipping is and will always be return on investment.
If you check this you will see our R.O.I stands at 77% where as the next best horse racing service has only achieved 22%. Just remember this game is all about risk and reward.
Another vital thing I must draw your attention to is that too many clients have the mind set that a tipster is only as good as their last winner and once any advisor has a losing run they draw stumps and look for something new.
That attitude will never make you a profit until you realise top tipsters run their services like a business and everything is geared to long term profitability.
Today we have an interesting card at Chelmsford City and that’s where I’m going for Howies Hottie in the 2.10.
It’s a mile handicap and I fancy the Stuart Williams gelding Ruban. He is an ex Godolphin horse with not many miles on the clock and could still have improvement in him. We have a very good apprentice on top in Aaron Jones who can claim 7lb and as long as the race doesn’t come too soon after not getting a clear run at Lingfield last time he should go close.
Beggars Luck trainer E.Wheeler – Lightly raced individual who seems to be running into form.
Coursing trainer Sir M.Prescott – Very much a horse on a roll and ahead of the handicapper.
The Islander trainer A.Obrien – One to look out for at Dundalk where he finished last on Friday. He has taken time to get fit and could be better than his finishing position.
A Vos Garde trainer C.Longsdon – A super winner for Betting Opportunity when winning at Doncaster. The gelding has lots more to offer in staying hurdles.
Night In Milan trainer K.Reveley – Has been running very well without winning on ground he hates. Once we get a faster surface he will be winning.
Back next wednesday have a good week and be lucky.