I write today’s news before England play Montenegro in their World Cup qualifier but just hope they show the same grit and determination that our cricketers displayed against New Zealand to gain a draw.
All seemed lost and the media boys were spouting off their usual doom and gloom predictions but our lads had other ideas. Stuart Broad staying at the crease for over two hours for just six runs, Matt Prior hitting a ton to show he is the best batsman/wicket keeper in the World plus the magical Monty Panesar defying the Kiwis in those last three overs.
At the end you could here the cheers ring round the ground from the Barmy Army and although it was only a draw it felt like we had achieved mission impossible and won the World Cup, Wimbledon and the Grand National all rolled into one.
Mind you on the Footy front the England under 21/s had another good win at Brightons Amex Stadium beating Austria 4-0 and go off to this Summers tournament in Israel on a high.
I hope you all had a little nibble on last weeks ante-post tip Moohaajim for the 2000gns as he is down to 16/1 with most firms from the 25/1 advised price. Lets just hope he stays well and gets there in one piece.
On many occasions I bang on about clients leaving services after a short period when they have encountered a losing run and Fold4gold is no exception. Last week I revealed we had a very poor Cheltenham and as expected clients dropped off the tree.
Well those guys won’t be very happy reading this as in the following two weeks there have been numerous winners at up to 20/1 and last Friday at Doncaster the first day of the flat we again hit the jackpot.
Firstly Gouray Girl goes in at 15/2 followed by Personal Touch at 6/1 giving us a near 60/1 double but we had this all rolling on to Rocket Rob 10/1 at Wolverhampton in the evening. It transpired that Rocket was a non runner thereby giving us another winning treble again paying just under 60/1.
I personally thought the non runner was our best chance on the day and I’m convinced we could have well been sitting on a 600/1 treble.
Do you know of another tipster who can find those type of winners and advise you to put them in multiples to maximise your profits? If not come and join us and experience the thrills and excitement of big wins.
Thank goodness for the artificial racing surfaces thats been keeping the show on the road during this awful cold spell. Today I think the best card is at Lingfield and Howies Hottie goes in the seller at 2.30.
The selection is Silly Billy who is now with the Bill Turner stable. The gelding has not been with the yard that long and has been contesting races over 7 and 8 furlongs and not quite getting home.
Bill who is a maestro with sprinters quickly reverts the horse to 6 furlongs and puts up his grandson Ryan While who can claim 7lbs putting our tip on a very tempting mark. This is the same combination that won the Brocklesby at Doncaster last Friday and the yard are on fire.
Another point to mention is that Bill Turner and my old pal David Evens do extremely well with 2 year olds and keep a close watch on anything they run on the smaller tracks at this time of year.
Thane of Cawder trainer J.Tuite – This is an eyecatcher that won for us last week despite not getting a clear run. He is still ahead of the handicapper and can win again.
Lord Clyde trainer R.Fahy – He finished 3rd in the Brocklesby behind Turner and Evans runners. He was very free in the early stages and would have learnt from the experience. This is another stable in cracking form and his shrewd trainer is sure to find the right race before long.
Blue Jack trainer S.Williams – The gelding was a most unlucky loser at Lingfield where he was last most of the way and then finished with a flourish. This was a previous eyecatcher who is still very well treated on old form.
Macbeth trainer K.J.Condon – Finished 5th in the Irish Lincoln perhaps just needing the outing. Most of his best form is over further but definitely worth looking out for.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.