Lets raise a cheer now that both England and Wales have progressed to the knock out stages of the Euros. The Welsh Dragons finished top of the group but England didn’t do too bad in fact far better than the media are portraying them.
Roy Hodgson has taken a little bit of unfair flack for his changes in the final group game as we dominated the game yet failed to score. I have given Rooney plenty of stick over the years but I believe he has been very impressive in his new midfield role and looked different gravy when he replaced the off the pace Jack Wilshire.
Anyway we are in the last 16 so at least one more game to get excited about.
My new service Fast Cash Racing has made a decent impact since launch a few weeks ago with our first cycle of bets netting £43 and our second cycle currently showing a profit of £56. This mean clients who joined at launch are £99 in the black and are now betting with profit not their own money.
Stakes are advised to an initial £20 bet and once our first or second bet is placed (they don’t have to win) it’s plain sailing playing with bookmakers money. So far we have only placed 6 bets and of those 5 have hit the target.
As I keep telling people this is not your normal type of tipping service. We never mention points as everything is in pounds.
We are Betfair traders who play the place only markets to make consistent profits for ourselves and our clients. So if you are looking for something different and are fed up with the run of the mill tipsters then I suggest you get involved. I would add if you are looking for betting action most days it’s not for you as so far as I have mentioned we have only advised 6 bets as we wait for what we consider to be the right betting opportunities.
Today we have a great days racing up at Carlisle with the feature being the Carlisle Bell which is the oldest race in the World. It dates back to 1599 where a pair of bells were given to the winner in the reign of Elizabeth the 1st.
I’m going to stick with this meeting for Howies Hottie in the 4.40 which is the Cumberland Plate another race steeped in history. The tip is Masterpaver from the top yard of Richard Fahey. The gelding hasn’t been with the stable that long but has already chalked up a couple of wins and ran a super race recently at York when running too freely yet still making the frame.
With stronger handling today he should be right in the mix from a good inside draw.
Bossy Guest trainer M.Channon – Ran well in the Hunt Cup and looks to be coming back to form.
Boomerang Bob trainer J.Osborne – On a winnable mark on polytrack or turf.
Boite trainer W.Greatrex – An easy winner at Goodwood and off a reasonable rating can win again.
Express Himself trainer E.McMahon – Tough ride he needs holding up to the last moment. Can win when finding the gaps especially when Ryan Moore is on top.
Back next Wednesday be lucky.
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