The Don has returned from a two day trip to Chester, the drive up on Wednesday night was made far more enjoyable as we gave the 16/1 winner of the Chester Cup on Wednesday afternoon Address Unknown for Richard Fahey. I had strong information on this horse that was not in the public domain and it proved to be accurate.
At the risk of repeating myself my members are making substantial profits on their bets and are trusting me to take care of them. Do I tip losers, you bet, but I tip plenty of winners that ensure we are massively ahead. If you want to back every fave go and do it you will often get the buzz of backing a winner if that’s what you crave but in the end you will lose money. If you want to win at this game in the long term and make a second or even a main first income then you have to pinpoint value and beat the odds. At the Gambling Don private service we do that time and time again. We’ve now made 499 points profit since I linked up with BetFan and on this busy Saturday I expect to smash through the 500 points barrier. It would be great to welcome you to the team as we are now into the heart of the flat season and I will be in York all three days next week bringing you the best bets from one of the Worlds great courses.
Now as you know the Don never ducks a challenge and today’s Saturday cracker runs in the toughest handicap of the day, the 3.50 Victoria Cup. Ascot is a long punishing straight and suits a galloping type as opposed to a horse with a turn of foot. After spending two hours on this race I keep coming back to one horse. It’s the Harry Palmer trained Khubala who is 22/1 with Betvictor and they are paying 5 places. He was second last time and is drawn well in 6 with Jimmy Fortune booked who rides Ascot very well. I think this horse has a massive chance here and is a fantastic value each way bet. Don’t worry about it being a small yard they know the time of day and this horse will be ready.
Have a great weekend and join me for York and beyond.
Back next Saturday.
The Gambling Don