Well those of you who follow my eyecatchers, Howies Hotties and Bets Unleashed members were truly rewarded last week when So Beloved romped home at 9/1 s/p.
Now you must understand this is just one winner and in the scheme of things or as the saying goes one swallow doesn’t make a Summer.
What I’m trying to impress on you is following a tipping service is not about joining for a week or two or even a month or two. It’s about the big picture and the long haul.
When you join any service you must expect losers, losing runs and losing periods and discipline yourself to accept this on the way to annual profitability.
The next few free tips of mine might be losers but that doesn’t make me a bad tipster and by the same token I might tip you a winner and that doesn’t make me a good tipster.
Just always remember it’s only those in it for the long haul that reap the benefits.
Regarding the colt So Beloved there will be more news and info regarding his future targets but I think it only fair they are reserved for members of Bets Unleashed.
Did you read about the Bet Fred punter who won £63,000 on a 12 match football accumulator for a 50p stake. The punter posted a copy of his slip on Twitter and his followers watched in amazement as the results came in. It all came down to his last game Southampton v Fulham which was predicted as a draw and a last minute equaliser from Hose Fonte gave the Saints a point in a 2-2 draw and giving the lucky punter a massive pay day. In fact this only goes to emphasise my point about joining for the long haul. Just say you were a member of Fold4Gold and you have just thrown in the towel and next day, bish bash bosh, they land a huge win, how gutted would you feel?
Well who is public enemy No.1, this week? Louis Walsh for turning the X Factor into the F Factor for changing his mind on which act should be dumped. Ashley Cole for calling the F.A. a load of tweets or Mike Ashley for wanting to rename the Newcastle ground Wonga Stadium.
It was difficult to decide on this weeks Howies Hottie with some decent jumping action however I have rowed in with the 5.00 Nottingham on the level on Almuftarris trained by Ed Dunlop. He was an eyecatcher of mine a couple of runs ago but disappointed last time after being hampered. He runs here in this apprentice handicap off a tempting mark with a good young claimer in the plate. The only negative could be the soft ground as he is unproven on anything worse than good to soft.
Victorian Bounty trainer T.Newcombe – Well handicapped on the allweather in particular at Southwell.
Hartwright trainer M.Bell – Landed a right touch for me last week at Wolverhampton winning very easily. He is well ahead of his rating and should be followed on the allweather .
Number one London trainer B.Meehan – This was one of my gambles that missed the target having been told by connections he was strongly fancied. However the horse ran on strongly under the Fallon drive to finish a respectable 3rd and I’m sure Brian will find the right race before long.
Gus Macrae trainer Rebecca Curtis – The jump season will soon be in full swing and this gelding must not be missed. Ran 3rd at Fontwell last week when not fully fit. He will improve a great deal for the run and when A.P. is on top it’s a winning combination.
Montefeltro trainer J.Ferguson – The trainer takes most of his horses off the flat from his boss Sheik Mohamed and this gelding was cantering before lack of fitness took its toll. Will strip much fitter next time and will be primed to strike.
Back next Wednesday be lucky!