Last Tuesday we managed to highlight a huge 25/1 advised 12/1 sp winner COUGAR KID as part of our Horses In Focus. We have been in really good form on this service with lot’s of big priced winners. The thing that topped that was to nail 20/1 sp win on CAYUGA on the account on Friday and with that horse it saw all our January losses fade into memory. We still have plenty of time to make a significant profit this month.
CAYUGA hadn’t run for well over a year but we got the tip on this horse as an outstanding bet and being it’s a horse we know really well we just couldn’t resist the punt. We have had a good few winners over the last week and now we are in a position to strike.
Today on our account we are really busy with more bets than we would really like but I do feel we have some great chances to add to our January gains, so it may not be a bad time to join us as we aim to record our 5th profitable year in a row. Over 200 points per year on average for a 1-point stake proves our worth.
Tuesdays Horses In Focus
Wetherby 1-45 Handicap Hurdle (Class 5) 20f – There isn’t much swaying us at Wetherby today the one race we quite like is this one and the horse we think will go close is AGE OF GLORY 10/1. The horse has the speed ratings and the figures in the book to go close today. Especially with the horse running from a very favourable mark.
Southwell 1-20 Handicap (Class 6) 8f – AMITY ISLAND is the 14/1 outsider of the field, yet the speed ratings show a horse that has improved every run. I think the horse may like this extra furlong and he could be in at a decent weight off 62. To win would be great but we are simply backing the horse because the price is far to big and backing similar profiles over time would yield decent rewards.
Well that is pretty much it as we are covering 6 horses on the account today mainly at Southwell however as our clients got the information last night I shall share one of these account bets with you now.
Southwell 1-55 Handicap (Class 6) 6f – BE BOLD 12/1 should strip fitter for his first outing in around 4 months and that wasn’t a bad run albeit over 5 furlongs. The horse has decent form on soft ground and should like the surface. He has tried once before but he was already a bit over the top then so a break and a freshen up has done the horse well. Running off a career low mark today having won on turf on soft ground from 17lbs higher he must have a big chance today for the useful trainer Rebecca Bastiman.
I can see the horse coming back to form and it shows in the work the horse is putting in at home. Very hopeful of a good run today. That’s it today from us we have a good few account bets today at some working men’s prices.