It’s finally here the flat season is underway and we have much to look forward too. April is historically a tough month with the change from jumps to flat and so many horses having the first run since last season.
It certainly is a challenge trying to pick winners when everybody plays their cards so close to their chests. Still we are in great overall shape for the time of year and with only 2 small losing months in the last year. We remain one of the best, most consistent and profitable tipsters on the Betfan platform. Not only that but we, through this newsletter provide free expert advice on many racing related topics – our latest information to bear fruit? Well do you remember what we told you about a ‘potential superstar’?
We highlighted the need to follow the horse.
• Ubak (FR)
• Age: 8 (Foaled April 29th, 2008)
• Sex: Bay Gelding
• Breeding: Kapgarde (FR) – Gesse Parade (FR) (Dress Parade (IRE))
• Trainer: G L Moore
• Owner: Mr Nick Peacock
After placing at Cheltenham at 28/1 sp the horse stepped up in trip at Aintree and ran a race full of promise winning the grade 3 hurdle beating 18 other horses at a very juicy 16/1 sp. A huge price and goes to prove that the information gained from reading our newsletters can put money in your pocket added to 25/1 shot Bella if you followed blind every horse we spoke about then you would be laughing all the way to the bank.
It’s not just horses we advise you to follow we also said that you should keep a close eye on jockey JAMES REVELEY this was about 3 months ago and thanks to romping home on Maggio at Aintree at 50/1 his level stakes profit has soared. That’s not all though his record in France continues to go from strength to strength as he put in a 199/10 winner ONTHEGO for trainer G Macaire.
See James is a top class jockey his record in chases is up there with the very best. So it really does pay to have your note book handy when reading our newsletter. Even though our tips have not been in blistering form there are plenty of horses that we backed last time out that have gone on to win in the next couple of races. It just goes to show that our information is top notch just sometimes you need the luck to go along with it.
So what other horses should we be watching out for on the flat this year? Well we have another gem for you here. Don’t forget to write them down! First though we thought you would like another nugget of information. STAN MOORE’S yard typically does well with 2 year olds at this early part of the season. Although in recent seasons the stable has been sending their best early types to France to race. It’s these horses that we are most interested in as there are many nice early types in the yard. They have also bought a filly by FROZEN POWER and a colt by BIG BAD BOB from the breeze up sales both look very forward and should win early. So watch out for these 2 horses and keep an eye on anything he sends to France from this point there are sure to be winners.
Ok another horse to follow this season is
• Age: 2 (Foaled February 26th, 2013)
• Sex: Chestnut Colt
• Breeding: Exceed And Excel (AUS) – Firenze (Efisio)
• Trainer: J R Fanshawe
• Owner: Mr & Mrs P Hopper
He is from the same family as the yards July cup winner Frizzante and steward cup winner Zidane. He ran a race full of hope at Kempton in December and after running green powered home to finish 2nd. This is the sort of horse the stable thrive with and with last season being a real resurgence for the yard taking me back to the days of soviet song! This fella will be winning soon at sprint trips and has potential to be a super star.
That is it from us today apart from a free tip. Tom George has his string in the best form of the season and saddles a couple at EXETER today 12/1 shot BEHIND THE WIRE and 4/1 shot WILD WEST WIND we suggest 2 win singles and an e/w double.
Matt – Unity Racing Club