Another very interesting column on Monday by Michael Wilding regarding peoples favourite type of bets. I must agree dutching or backing more than one selection on a race or event can be a profitable way to go.
However my two most enjoyable fun bets are the Lucky 15 which is 15 bets in singles and multiples especially when placed with Paddy Power or Bet Fred as they pay out treble the odds on only one winner. Many times I have nicked a 25/1 winner and been paid out at 75/1.
The Placepot is also a super wager as you can win large amounts for tiny stakes by finding 6 placed horses and if you feel like being adventurous you can perm them for larger stakes.
Now as far as I can remember I was the first Betfan Tipster to put out free tips with the column and then lots of others followed suit which is fine it makes me a trend setter so I’m going to set a new trend today for Howies Hottie by putting up a placepot. The reason being there is nothing much I fancy today so lets have a bit of fun.
PLACEPOT KEMPTON = 1 BET
5.55: 8, MYLAPORYOURS
6.25: 11, SONNOLENTO
6.55: 9, MUHAAFIZ
7.25: 7, PANATELLA
7.55: 6, ALMERZEM
8.25: 6, HALLELUJAH
Remember if we have a non runner it goes on the favourite.
It seems to me Andy Bell is getting ahead of himself having a pop at me and the Don. I don’t think Ding Dong knows who he is dealing with as I used to drink in the Blind Beggar which is the pub the Kray brothers used as their office and the Gambling Don I believe was related to Al Capone so watch your step Bellie Boy!
I hope you are all watching the second series of Peaky Blinders about a team of crooked bookies after the First World War it’s riveting stuff.
It seems all the BetFan columnists are into famous quotes at the moment and heres one that is more relevent to betting than any other.
“The last will become first and the first will become last”
Just remember that when you have been on a string of losers.
Castle Talbot trainer C.Hills – Fell out of the stalls yet finished strongly looking an unlucky loser on his debut.
Fire Fighter trainer A.King – Back with his old trainer after a spell in Ireland. Ran well last week but needs a stronger pace. He can win on the flat or over jumps.
Bubbly Bellini trainer A.McGuiness – Given to much to do in a handicap in Ireland and could soon strike.
Avidly trainer Julia Fielden – Was primed to run at Brighton yesterday but taken out because of soft ground. Look out for this one on better ground or on polytrack.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.