Apart from seeing Sire De Grugy demolish the field last week at Ascot the racing has been less than average. However having said that on a personal level fold4gold are still top of the Betfan table having only staked 91 points in total this month where I see other tipsters have staked up to 300 points.
It shows you that return on investment is very important in our quest for profits as it means less risk to your pocket.
My Bankers Bonus has also been doing well with regular winners including a 14/1 and yesterday Laylas Hero advised at 12/1 who romped in.
Lots of clients ask me how the hell do you find those big price winners? To be honest I find it easy as with Laylas Hero who was a horse that had dropped stones in the weights, was noted running well last time over a distance that didn’t suit and had a pedigree that shouted out fibresand at Southwell.
Now I promise you I could teach you all how to find them but it would take time and it would be very expensive for you all. So the next best thing is join my services and I can spoon feed you the info. Simples as the meir cats say!
To keep you all in the loop this Saturday I take on Bet Owen in Battle Of The Tipsters and Owen you are going to take one hell of a beating. I suggest you all join this week as I will be putting up some big juicy price selections and I don’t mean 4/1 or 5/1 chances.
Muhammed Ali, Pele, Tony McCoy, Lester Piggott all champions in their chosen fields and now Howie Davis king of the tipsters.
I tell you Owen as Ali used to say I will float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.
On to today’s action where I think the best opportunity is on the Lingfield polytrack and Howies Hottie goes in the 2.30 a 2 mile handicap. For a midweek race this is quite a classy event and sure to be competitive.
The tip is Ted Spread who I’m sure is going to be a nice big price. The gelding was at one time trained by Mark Tomkins who aimed him at the Derby and Leger back in 2010. Later he was sent to Paul Nicholls for a hurdling career and he’s now based down in beautiful East Sussex with Suzy Smith.
Last time out he ran well over jumps after an absence. He should strip fitter today, the only negative being he has never won over this longer trip. However we have the super Luke Morris on top and if he is going to get the distance it will be on the sharp Lingfield track. Yes he might be a bit of a boom or bust selection but don’t forget at big odds we can afford to take these type of chances.
Macs Power trainer W.Musson – Ran well on his return to the track staying on in the closing stages. He will be fitter next time and his astute trainer is sure to find a good opening for him.
Tiger Reigns trainer J.Butler – Although he gets 10 furlongs I feel he is far better over the mile. He is still well handicapped on old form and can go close when next seen.
Luhaif trainer Julia Fielden – Set the field a merry dance at Lingfield last Saturday until collared close home. With a more restrained ride or a drop to 7 furlongs he must go close.
Hamis Al Bin trainer M.Bradley – One of the few rides that Adam Kirby has got wrong this Winter. As he was given too much to do at Kempton when weaving his way through the field only to not quite get up on the line. A winner without a penalty in my opinion next time he runs.
NO JUMPERS THIS WEEK
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.