I hope you are all enjoying the late Summer sunshine and I will try to keep this short and very sweet today as I’m down on Brighton’s crowded beach working on my tan.
It’s the last day of August and my Fold4Gold service is miles clear at the top of the BetFan leader board after cracking in a superb 116/1 winning double. The bet was actually 3 singles, 3 doubles and an each way treble.
The two winners were Berkshire 8/1 and Windfast at 12/1 with the other selection Walpole a non runner. This meant we were paid out twice as we also collect on the treble.
Fold4Gold is one of BetFan’s longest standing services that has stood the test of time and I believe the guys have been running a special discount which is £15 for 90 days. This does make me chuckle as it works out at a fiver a month and I can tell you I have run racing lines which have cost over £200 a month in my time. This offer reminds me of booking a room at the Ritz hotel in Mayfair and paying the price of some old run down bed and breakfast in the East End.
Now while I’m on the subject of the big winning double as I mentioned above the Hugo Palmer trained Walpole was the non runner who if it had run and won would have given us near a 1,000 points profit on the day however it’s entered up at the end of the week and will be my Howies Hottie.
The horse has two engagements either at Ascot on Friday over 12 furlongs or at Haydock on Saturday over 14 furlongs in the Old Borough Cup. I advise you to keep em peeled and back him where ever he turns up.
Mind you I can’t sign off today without mentioning my Eye-Catchers who have also been in top form. Now unlike Fold4Gold this service has no intention of trying to be top of the table as the tips are all horses we have noted in running and go onto our qualifiers list as potential bets.
Most bets are under 2 points and that’s why it has achieved a R.O.I of 138% and a strike rate of 34%. Listen without shouting from the rooftops it’s one service every serious punter should add to their portfolio.
Sabrido trainer Amanda Perrett – A stayer that seems in decent form on a competitive rating.
Ronaldinho trainer Diane Sayer – Ran much better last time on ground too fast for him. This was a good horse back in the day when with the Hannon’s and Alan King and can surprise either over jumps or on the flat at a juicy price.
Hilltop Ranger trainer D.Kubler – Lightly raced and could be well handicapped.
Berkshire trainer P.Cole – Made all to win at Windsor this massive boy has had his injuries otherwise I’m sure he would have gone close to winning a classic. If they can keep him fit he can win again in higher grade.
Foundation trainer J.Gosden – I have a feeling if they drop him to a mile he could be back in the winners enclosure.
Back next Wednesday be lucky.