Since our Cheltenham victory the private service has had a stunning week pushing our profits over 80 points for the month and streaking away in the distance of the BetFan all time top ten leaderboard.
We have Aintree coming up but before that we start the Flat with the Lincoln meeting at Doncaster so it really is the time of year when you need to think which advisor you are going to pin your colours to this Flat season. The Don lets his results do the talking and one of the reasons I agreed to work with BetFan is that all the results are there for everyone to see and make their minds up. Nothing hidden all there in black and white.
Making money from backing horses is far from easy but is certainly possible as I’ve proved over many years but you need to be careful, very careful so choose your advisor wisely and look for a steady upward curve of profits. That’s what I offer, no quick fixes just painstaking form study and the right contacts in the right training centres.
It’s this approach that led my members to be told yesterday morning to have a significant each way bet on Robing Hoods bay at 14/1 with betvictor. They were all on nice and early and could relax as it went off at 10/1 and scooted home under Luke Morris. If that’s the sort of big priced big race horse you want to be on then trust in the Don this flat season.
Last week I gave you a real banker bet that scooted home and today’s Sunday cracker is a similar type that should do the business. It runs in the 4.15 at Wincanton and is the Philip Hobbs trained Tiqris. Tiqris had been a good second before being unluckily brought down last time out. I understand he is fine and has worked very well since then and compensation awaits today because he has been found a very soft race. Take the even money on offer with Paddy Power and it should be a sound investment.
Have a great Sunday and well done to all my private members on a sensational month so far.
Join us because there are plenty more months like this to come and as always Trust in the Don!
Back next Sunday.
The Gambling Don