Well my home city of Brighton and Hove is in deep depression after Sheffield Wednesday dumped the Seagulls out of the play off to see who can go on to Wembley glory and a place in the Premier League.
This after Brighton finished light years ahead of the Owls on points and only missed out on automatic promotion on goal difference. I can actually offer Tony Bloom and Chris Houghton some hope for the future as Leicester our new Premier Champions lost a play off semi to Watford in 2013 when Anthony Knockaert missed a penalty and he now plays for Brighton so could the Albion be top of the pile in three years time.
You never know as it’s a funny old game!
Great to see Frankel’s first foal to hit the track come home a winner when the Gosden trained Cunco romped in last week. It will be so interesting to see if he can produce any future champions.
A cracking week for my Fold4Gold where we actually tipped up a place treble that paid 102 points for a 2 point stake can you imagine if all 3 had won all clients would have been booking World cruises and believe me it will happen.
We also had a nice winner yesterday at Newcastle where Tawdeea zoomed in at 9/1 SP. I think the new all-weather track at the North East venue will be a super addition and very welcome for all Northern trainers.
Above I mentioned the superb place treble that I landed and I can now tell you I have been working extremely hard on a new innovation to betting and have produced a method I believe can revolutionise how we all bet and give us a much greater chance of consistent profit. Further details will follow as and when I feel it is appropriate.
Howies Hottie today goes in the 5.25 Ayr a 9 furlong low grade handicap. The one I’m sweet on is Intensified trained by Ruth Carr. The gelding is still a maiden after 20 plus runs but I have seen glimmers of ability and he was once quite well thought of when trained by Jim Bolger in Ireland.
He should be a working mans price and a little each way is my advice.
Danzeno trainer M.Appleby – Ran well at York and would have gone closer if not hanging.
Glory Awaits trainer D.Simcock – This was part of my big place treble this week at 33/1 and he is still on a decent mark especially over 7 furlongs around Chester.
Fabricate trainer M.Bell – Ran well at Hamilton on ground a touch too firm.
Just That Lord trainer B.Turner – Very disappointing at York but he is a lot better than that showing.
Back next Wednesday be lucky.