Thanks for the reaction to our 50/1 Ebor Winner last Saturday, emails and messages coming in that it was the biggest jackpot win of peoples lives. The Don loves to hear stories like this so keep them coming.
People who grasped the nettle last Sunday and decided to move their betting onto a professional footing were rewarded on Wednesday by smashing into Lewellyn our sole bet of the day.
You may not of heard about this unless you joined but you would have steamed in on a 10/1 winner who absolutely bolted up. So 50/1 and 10/1 within 5 days not bad is it and if you haven’t bit you still have the opportunity to be part of it.
The Leger meeting at Doncaster is on the horizon and The Don will be in town all five days bringing you the biggest gambles and the best inside info there is.
You cannot compete whatever your skills at form reading and systems with someone at the heart of the action seeing and hearing everything that is going on. The Litigant 50/1 gamble didn’t come out of thin air, it took contacts and the ability to find out that a horse that hadn’t raced in 18 months was fit and ready to win Europes richest handicap. Doncaster is a strange meeting in that as it is late season there are horses with the best form but they do not win as others have improved past them. I know the stables that target this meeting and I shall be leaving no stone unturned to find out who they are.
I spent yesterday at Goodwood and I will be back today, yesterday Kodi Bear was the star of the show and unlike many horses by Kodiac he revelled in the soft ground running out a very easy winner of the big race. Trainer Clive Cox deserves the plaudits for this one because he has been a very fragile and difficult horse to train. He looks a Group 1 star in the making and at Ascot on Champions Day he will take some stopping on this show.
Our bet today was well and truly stuffed by Kodi Bear last time out but that performance is starting to look a lot better in the light of yesterday. The horse is Wannabe Yours from the Gosden yard who do so well here. Wannabe Yours has had a poor season compared to last year but has had niggling problems which are only now sorted I’m told. Last time out there was a lot to like about the run. I’m keen to take on the top two in the market in todays race the 4.15 at Goodwood with Wannabe Yours. The fave Ivawood has very regressive form and looked all at sea last time and second fave Here Comes Wen flopped when fave last time. So I said to myself the Gosden horse is the one here and I advise a win bet at 7/1 with Paddy Power.
Have a great Sporting Sunday and remember those who took the plunge last week already have their subs covered with a storming 10/1 winner, be on the next one don’t hear about it.
Trust in The Don he’s not just number 1 he gives 50/1.
Back next Sunday.
The Gambling Don