Welcome to another Unity Racing Investments Horses in Focus. The aim of this column is to throw up a good few winners for our followers.
After a blistering September with some huge winners many of which had little form like SOISAUVAGE 20/1 and the huge winner HOLLY BUSH HENRY 28/1. These are examples of just two of our big winners that we had to back twice and keep the faith after poor first runs. It just goes to prove that our information is good. Horses are funny creatures and there are many a factor with horses that get beaten. However we have proven the strength of our information time and time again. Yes we have an edge and that edge makes us around 20% return on our investment year on year with low draw downs and relatively low risk.
The strategy we have we believe can keep paying our members out for years to come. So come on and join us now and start down the path to a more financially secure future. We have yet to really fire this month and are a few points down. We have had quite a lot of near misses. These horses have been beaten by literally fractions of seconds. A little luck would have seen us well ahead again. All of our profits to 1 point stakes and actually we have had a number of side bets with our clients that have also yielded a return. These are not recorded on our site but are free extras for our members only that we put out to ensure our clients are forever moving forward.
Next Tuesday we start to put together our jumpers to follow list after the huge success of the horses we listed last year including big winners at Cheltenham so don’t forget next Tuesday to have the note pad at the ready!
Last year we had winners like DOOMSDAY BOOK at 40/1 and even landed the exacta in the same race with PENDRA 16/1 coming 2nd Tote Win:£64.00 Pl:£10.00, £6.00, £2.50, £3.20 EX:£1,423.70 and one of my favourite winners TULLY EAST at 8/1 in from 12/1 after our big write up about this horse as one to follow for the season.
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TODAY’S HORSES IN FOCUS
Brighton 2:10 Handicap (Class 6) 5f – We backed FLOWING CLARETS last time up after a solid piece of information and the horse ran really well and only just got beaten. 11/2 looks fair but there is a whisper today for Richard Hughes trained ZAVICON around the same price maybe these could be the 1-2?
Brighton 3:15 Handicap (Class 5) 7f – Another horse we backed before and just missed out on was DIAMOND PURSUIT the information we had that day was spot on and the horse ran a personal best time. That’s the strongest form on offer but this race looks above average for this track 11/1 in places is big enough for a small risk but I would be wary of some near the top of the market that have more scope for improvement.
Catterick 1:30 Stakes (Class 5) 5f – Many in this race have questions to answer but connections think that after being unsuited by the Beverley race PACO ESCOSTAR may be close today. The track suits this speedy type and the price offered is a generous 16/1. The speed rating for his last run here would put him there about it’s certainly better than the 5/2 offered against Palmer.
Catterick 2:35 Handicap (Class 3) 7f – CHE BELLA at 9/2 is the one that I am interested in here. Ran far too free last time out and that meant there was no gas left at the business end but the horse clearly has plenty of ability and I would like to see the horse take a big step forward today.
Catterick 4:10 Handicap (Class 5) 12f – JACKHAMMER is having his first run for his new stable today and they tell me he is working well at home. The horse hasn’t run great since having an over inflated mark and has had some confidence issues but 22/1 today looks huge for as horse that has fallen in the weights and has always been well thought of for his previous stable.
Catterick 4:40 Handicap (Class 5) 12f – MODERNISM owes us some money back from when we backed him at Chester. He was the best chance of a winner for Marwan at the festival but just came up a little way short. I think he is a good few pounds better than all of these though and I would think he may well be clear at the business end his stable are in a rich vein of form 7/1 looks very reasonable in fact we have him down as a 3/1 shot so that is value for money.
Catterick 5:10 Handicap (Class 6) 5f – The bet of this race could well be to back CAPTAIN SCOOBY 10/1 in running I think the race may well suit him as I expect a strong gallop and he just loves cutting through the pack late on. He may achieve a huge price in running and will be a bit of fun to see how that goes.