We are now in a fascinating part of the season with Aintree and Punchestown Festivals just around the corner and yet the Flat starting next Saturday where I will be at Doncaster for the Lincoln.
As a pro you need to be on top of your game at this time of the year and as a punter you need the right man on your side. As I always say Trust in The Don and I’m already well over 70 points up this year as I chase my target of another 450-500 points profit in 2015. My service is proven and profitable it’s not a magic cashpoint and it has losing runs! But if you want to make significant long term profits through betting on horses then you need look no further.
I’m ready to go for the flat and have been busy in Newmarket watching work and finding out who is ready to make a fast start and as importantly who isn’t. Doncaster may well be quick ground after a dry week which will annoy many who have aimed early season soft ground horses at the meeting but we shall see. It’s going to be fascinating and I really hope you can have me in your corner for it.
Well the worst kept secret in racing was let out on the awful morning line yesterday when AP who looked completely bored with his retirement said if he wins the National he will pack in there and then. If he doesn’t he will surely bow out at the Betfred at Sandown which would make for an astonishing crowd there to witness his final ride. It would be the best National Story since Bob Champion and Aldaniti if he could do it and would be on every front page. Don’t rule it out!
Today’s racing is no Aintree but Wincanton has a solid card and presents us with a nice Sunday opportunity from the in form Honeyball yard in the 3.55. Anthony Honeyball is a very shrewd cookie and his Marie’s Des Anges at 5/1 with Skybet is a good win bet. He was third last time to Village Vic in what looked a better contest and the drying ground will help.
Have a great day. Sign up with my service today we hit a purple patch this time last year and I fully intend to do it again. Trust in the Don.
Back next Sunday.
The Gambling Don