I urged you to follow The Don at Donny and those that joined are being handsomely rewarded as the last five bets have resulted in four winners. We also dropped in a 9/1 winner on the very first day of the Festival which is always nice because that means we are immediately playing with the evil enemies money.
We are miles up on the Month but the good news is if you didn’t join last week is that there is plenty more to come this week and beyond. I’ve put together a brand new set of contacts for the Jumps season and that alongside the fact I will be going All Weather Racing several times a week this Winter means my members will be extremely well informed. Trust in the Don nobody wins all the time but our profit graph tells it all… steady increasing cash! My aim is the same now as it was a year ago to put you on the right horses at the right prices. If you want endless even money shots because you enjoy the thrill of winning go elsewhere. If you want genuine value punting then get with me at the link below.
I have been in Doncaster all week and aside from the horror fall of Hayley Turner it has been fantastic. The screens going up around a jockey is a chilling sight but she is ok and will be back. The atmosphere on track never recovered that day but the chill that came over me could well have been spotting fellow BetFan tipsters Simon Holden and Andy Bell. Luckily there was a big crowd and I was able to sidestep that particular comedy double act. Apologies for my use of the word comedy there, a fellow punter said he had seen them from a distance I replied it was the best place to see them from!
The course always suffers from comparisons with York but it really is top class and today will be bursting at the seams with punters and assorted groups of stags, hens and once a year punters. Fantastic and a little bit scary all in one. Last year in ninety degree heat they were handing out free water, today it looks like the water will be from above on already softened ground.
Lets have a look at the oldest Classic and see if we can stick you on the winner. Firstly it’s the most wide open Leger I can remember and you can get 5/1 on the fave Excess Knowledge from the Gosden yard. This yard have an amazing record in the race but this looks no superstar to me and I would be surprised if it adds to there tally. Leading Light from Aiden O’Brian will stay every yard but looks to lack the class needed. Foundry the other horse from the yard is fascinating and very lightly raced and will go close but our bet is Talent the Oaks winner. She flopped last time but that race was run at a crawl and she pulled the jockey’s arms out. Leading Light’s presence ensures one thing, pace and this should fall right into her lap. We can get on each way at 10/1 with Coral this morning.
So lets hope she becomes the sixth female in history to win this great old classic and continue our incredible week. Get with me we are going to keep on keeping on and kicking the Bookmakers where it hurts. Never have sympathy for them after all they never do when it’s the other way.
Trust in The Don!
Back next Saturday.
The Gambling Don