A start of a new month and some great prospects lay ahead. We round off October with a profit and a much better return on investment than any bank somewhere around 15%.
In fact we make around 20% per month on average (of course it can be more some months while other months it may be down slightly). Remember slow and steady growth on your investment is the way to building a life changing bank balance. Not everyone can do it but there are many people who have already seen life changing gains from their investment with us.
One of our horses to follow this season CHARBEL wins at 7/2 and there will be more to come from that horse for sure on the road to Cheltenham.
Ok last week I told you I was going to see some horses with huge potential for later in the season and it was off to Ireland to meet up with some old friends of my fathers and grandfather and to get a look at these fellas.
• Gwencily Berbas (FR)
• Age: 5 (6th April 2011)
• Sex: Bay Gelding
• Breeding: Nickname (FR) – Lesorial (Lesotho (USA))
• Trainer: Alan Fleming
• Owner: Barry Connell
Really big strong type definitely got the look of a good chaser. The team think he is still improving with age. He has run one this season already but wasn’t fully wound up but had been well schooled. He ran a good race behind a promising source.
Connections were delighted with the run as it will bring around plenty of improvement. He has some strong form over hurdles and he will win over fences, there is a buzz about him.
Being a son of NICKNAME he will surly appreciate really deep winter ground. Step up to 3m wouldn’t be a negative.
• Tully East (IRE)
• Age: 6 (Foaled May 19th, 2010)
• Sex: Bay Gelding
• Breeding: Shantou (USA) – Ghillie’s Bay (King’s Ride (IRE))
• Trainer: A Fleming
• Owner: Barry Connell
Another decent hurdler that should make into an even better chaser. I can see him winning a grade 1 race over fences he jumps very well indeed and moves easily. He will be run over 2 and a half to 3 miles and will have plenty of wins in him.
They always thought the horse was going to jump fences even before they had sent him hurdling all that was just gravy for the main event which will be this guy in staying chases.
He will need soft ground that’s very important to him. He’s a very exciting prospect.
Tuesday’s horses in focus last week saw another profitable Tuesday as we highlighted 2 winners MICHAELS MOUNT won at 13/2 sp and FAINTLY won at 11/2 sp. We went very close with a 12/1 shot too so the Tuesday horses in focus continues to deliver free racing profits.
This Tuesday we hope to carry on the trend!
3:50 MOTHER MELDRUM boasts really good course form and should have come on plenty for her latest outing at 7/2 with Ladbrokes she looks like the one to be on here.
4:20 Connections look to have found a winnable race for BARAZA. Not shown too much on the track yet but has improved at home over the summer and returns to the track a different horse this season. He should go close for an in form team. 5/1 looks about fair for what we have heard about him.
A horrible pile up yesterday and our thoughts are with Fredrick and his family let’s hope he makes a speedy recovery.
6:10 REBEL STATE heads the betting but 2/1 is a little too short to bet. Blood Sweat And Tears should run well but it’s SPIRIT OF GONDREE who is probably the value in the race at 9/1 in places or bigger still on the exchanges.
6:40 CAPTAIN COURAGEOUS at 7/4 is the one I would have to be with here as his form line is the only thing that really adds up in a weak race. He should be capable of better than this level.
2:30 PLATOS KODE at 4/1 is interesting. They are putting a tongue tie on for the first time and head gear. He’s tried both at home and they think it is the key to him. Connections money is down on this fella.
3:00 BUSH BEAUTY could win this. Back over 7 looks a good move and she should go close today. Her odds are around 11/1 and they look fair enough to me. Certainly an interesting horse here.
3:30 HIGHLAND ACCLAIM should go very close. The horse is match fit and comes out top on our speed ratings. In good health at home a big run is expected and 5/1 can be considered fair in a competitive event.
4:30 TWO IN THE PINK is too big on the early tissue at 12/1. The trip should be more suitable and she should be staying on late. She is overdue a win and has run better than her form figures suggest. I think she won’t be too far away.
Back Next Tuesday.