Its been a very eventful week for Fold4Gold with two cracking win doubles back to back on Friday and Saturday. The first one with Bradbury winning at 6/1 s/p and Nant Saeson at 14/1 advised the double paying over 100/1.
If that wasn’t enough for clients the next day we landed Robin Hoods Bay at 5/1 advised and The Black Jacobin at 13/2 advised giving us a plus 40/1 double.
I certainly don’t think there are many if any advisors who can claim that type of success in January. Another point to remember is I always advise clients where to get the best price on multiple bets so never ever take s/p as on the above double settled at s/p you would only be paid out just over 60/1 and about 30/1 and the bookies would laugh at you even if you were a winner.
Yesterday both Bankers Bonus and Fold4Gold landed a right touch with Fighter Boy at Wolves winning at 7/1 advised price.
I hope even if you are not members of my services you were all on the Black Jacobin as he was pinpointed as a very strong eyecatcher in last week newsletter. Also he was the 3rd leg in a Ryan Moore treble. Remember I told you about my contacts who make their money just by waiting for jocks going for the hat trick.
Another point to pass on to you if you are not a member of my services I do post lots of winners free on the Bankers Bonus Twitter page so you can follow my tweets.
I don’t know if any of you have heard the song by young Irish singer songwriter Mark Boylan A Song For Campbell?
It tells the story of the very talented jockey Campbell Gillies who was killed on holiday in Corfu last year and his wonderful pillar to post winning ride on Brindisi Breeze at the Cheltenham Festival. Many of you will also know that Brindisi was also killed when he bolted on the gallops and was hit by a lorry.
In truth and with a tear in my eye I’m sure Campbell and Brindisi would have both been future champions.
A Song For Campbell can be downloaded on iTunes and all proceeds will go to the Injured Jockeys Fund.
Moving on to today’s racing the only card that has any appeal is the Kempton card and for this week Howies Hottie I’m going to advise an Each Way play in the 5:50 at Kempton on Vale Of Lingfield.
The horse is still a maiden but is now contesting races in the very bottom grade. Trainer John Best tells us the gelding prefers Kempton to Lingfield despite being owned by the Lingfield Owners Syndicate. The talented George Baker takes the ride and lets hope he can do us another favour as he did on Woolfall Treasure a couple of weeks ago.
Did you hear the one about the punter at the Cheltenham Festival who was losing his shirt on the first 4 races then he sees a priest in the paddock giving a horse a blessing. He watches the race and the animal bolts in at 33/1.
He goes back to the parade ring and sees the priest giving another blessing to another horse. The punter gets his money on this time and again it wins at 50/1. The punter is now rubbing his hands and goes to the A.T.M draws out all his cash and waits for the priest to come down for the last race.
Sure enough the priest blesses a chosen horse and the guy puts his lot on the nag. He goes to watch the race a can’t believe it when it comes in stone last. After the race he catches up with the priest and asks why the horse was beaten after he had given his blessing.
The sympathetic priest asks the punter if he is a Catholic to which the punter replies no. Oh that’s it says the priest I’m afraid you Protestants don’t seen to know the difference between a blessing and the last rights.
As Frank Carson used to say it’s the way I tell em!
Broxbourne trainer M.Johnston – A good winner at Lingfield and I believe this improving type can go in again over staying trips.
Art History trainer D.Omeara – Ran 3rd at Wolves last week and this gelding is now with one of the best young trainers in the country. One to look out for where ever the trainer sends him.
Haadeeth trainer D.Evans – Ryan Moore rode a treble at the meeting but this guy was not given a clear passage and could not get the gaps at the right time. The stable are on fire and the gelding is well handicapped.
Gullimbursti trainer Emma Lavelle – Going well when fall in at Cheltenham. Seem to like the mud so with a clear round he should be placed to win.
Rockwango trainer J.Ewart – 3rd at Ayr when trying to concede lumps of weight to decent rivals. Against lesser lights he should pick up a novice or handicap hurdle.
Shariyan trainer C.A.Murphy – Easy winner in Ireland over the weekend despite making an error at the last. Can win again in staying handicap hurdles.
Back next Wednesday have a great week and be lucky.