Well what can I say about the Betfan Wednesday Eyecatchers they just get better and better.
Last week we gave you Pivotman as one to look out for and on Monday he romps home at 28/1. This follows recent massive winners Berkshire and Unsinkable.
I sincerely hope you are all following these horses as if I thought they were not appreciated by readers I would pull the plug without hesitation as there is not another service on the planet that provides Eyecatchers of this calibre and at such big prices.
Fold4Gold also got in on the act as they gave the forecast with Ze King which paid over £93 which is not bad for a £1 stake. Add to that a 18/1 football acca and Bayern at 8/1 in the Breeders Cup and it’s a cracking start to November.
On a personal note I was pleased with the Pivotman result as I backed it in my new win/place system which is 20% win 80% place and the Betfair dividend paid 47.29 on the win and 11.50 the place which showed me a superb return.
Many people ask me what put me on to this system and it all stems from watching an old film called the Sting where a con is lined up to fleece a wealthy gangster of millions.
The main plot of the film is they give the mark a few winners and then he receives a call to place the big money on Lucky Dan.
Long story short the horse is in the frame but the money was on to win and the gangster loses his money and of course the excuse used by the con men was we told you place it don’t put it on to win.
I always remembered the film and with the start of place markets on the exchanges I knew I was on to a winner and it’s certainly proving to be big time.
For younger readers if you havent seen The Sting get the DVD as it’s one of the best films I have ever seen.
Congratulations to Ryan Moore on winning the Melbourne Cup as he gave Protectionist a super ride and to me he is now the best jockey in the World.
I hear Jose Mourinho has told Chelsea fans they are too quiet and you can here a pin drop at Stamford Bridge. Mind you I would say he makes up for it with his motor mouth.
Today’s racing is a mixed bag and for Howies Hottie I’m playing at Kempton 19:40 on Santefisio from the Keith Dalgleish yard. The young trainer has booked Jimmy Fortune for the ride and jimmy was the last jockey to win on the gelding back in the day. The race is over 7 furlongs and I do feel he would be better over the mile however the horse has a turn of foot so if Jimmy finds the gaps he must have chances at the wieghts.
Leonard Thomas trainer D.Lanigan – Ran on well when given too much to do but it was his first race for ages and he is sure to improve for the outing.
Intransigent trainer A.Balding – Finished fast having to come round the field and can win races on the polytrack
Meddling trainer Julia Fielden – Front runner who ran well from a wide draw last week and could be placed to advantage by connections.
Loud trainer Amy Weaver – Made up late ground at Southwell yesterday and with a better start next time can go close on the fibresand.
Baily Cloud trainer M.Morris – Ran well in Irish novice hurdle when beaten by a class act from the Mullins yard and can soon gain compensation.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.