Well the last couple of weeks I have been banging the drum about my Betting Opportunity and Fold4Gold services as they have smashed in massive priced winners however the last 7 days have been poor by our high standards.
The reason I mention this is because I want you to judge me not only on my winners but also on my losers. I make no bones about it I believe I’m the best and most informed tipster since David beat Goliath and my record is there to be seen over years of profit and one of the best return on investment in the game plus I challenge any advisor in the land to find more 20/1 plus winners than my services.
So after a dodgy period I reckon it’s the best time to join me before I find the next jackpot winning selections.
In fact it’s a bit like Chelsea and Jose Mourinho you know for sure they will come good and the cream will rise to the top after a poor start to their season.
There is a very strange look to the card at Newmarkets eight race card with the first seven races all juvenile events which could be very tough to solve. The only race for older horses is the lucky last in which I have a fancy but that’s for paying clients.
So for Howies Hottie we trot off to Kemptons polytrack for the 7.25 which is a mile handicap. The selection is Moonday Sun who I expect to be the outsider of the entire field.
He was a useful horse in France and was decent for Amanda Harwood before losing his mojo. Now with the shrewd Phil McEntee the gelding has plummeted in the weights and if fully wound up after a break he could surprise especially with Adam Kirby on top.
Mass Rally trainer M.Dodds – Old boy who is knocking on the door and can pick up a race before the end of the season.
Royal Holiday trainer Marjorie Fife – He has been running well on the green stuff but is far better on the Southwell fibresand. So look out for him at that venue or when the muds flying on the grass.
Clever Cookie trainer P.Niven – I backed this one on Champions day at Ascot where he never got a clear passage yet rattled home once he got daylight and must be considered an unlucky loser.
Elm Park trainer A.Balding – The colt went off far too quickly and used up too much energy and in those circumstances he did well to finish not that far behind Solow. Make no mistake this is a horse out of the top draw who we are yet to see the best of.
Professor trainer M.Attwater – I think he needs faster ground and is perhaps at his best over 6 furlongs.
Surewecan trainer M.Johnson – Missed the break yesterday at Lingfield before noted staying on at the death. He is very well handicapped and must be monitored.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.