For the second month in a row Stableline Gold sits at the top of the BetFan chart and is by far the top service to date. I’m glad that those who joined after last Thursday’s column are already getting stuck in to some good winners.
It’s all about the right info from people who are at the heart of racing and yesterday I told members to get stuck into an unraced Godolphin horse which was a flying machine. We got on at 2/1 and the horse did the business at odds on, that’s our edge to beat the odds with the right info. That’s why my members are making good money because we wait and don’t bet for the sake of it! Remember only the Bookmakers have to bet in every race.
If you want to make a decision to change to profitable selective betting then join me because next week at Ascot we have at least five major gambles already lined up, it really is going to be an immense week, in six weeks time be glad you did… don’t wish you had!
We’ve all known it was coming but this week the passing of Sir Henry Cecil has left a huge void in British Racing that may never be filled. My late teens were filled with Cecil having a fave in the last which invariably dug us out of a punting hole. He had a never ending supply of great horses. The great man had an instinct for peaking a horse on the big day and though the pundits are lazily going on about Frankel being his greatest achievement I have to say that’s garbage.
Any of a hundred Trainers would have done the same with Frankel the horse was a freak, Cecil got some horses to win classics who were not even very good, that was his talent making a horse as good as it could possibly be. What Frankel did is keep the great man going for 18 months longer than his body should have done and for that we should be grateful.
No other Trainer will ever have that bond with the crowd that Henry did, at York he was treated like royalty by everyone and unlike many others had time for everyone. The scenes when Frankel won the Juddmonte will never be repeated. I hope for once racing does the right thing and names a great race after him so new generations of fans will learn what a genius the man was.
Ascot will remember next week in the right way and no Trainer in history has ever saddled more winners there and that’s another record that will never be broken.
Back next Thursday.