We had one non runner on our tips today but our NAP of the day Galvin, won very impressively and as I said in the write up, ”I would be very surprised if he was beat”. Galvin duly obliged and he will now be put away until the Cheltenham Festival in March, according to Gordon Elliott and have a go at the National Hunt Novice Chase.
For full time members we also produced 5/1 winner Rouge Vif who was also very impressive and our profits continue to soar.
We are in top class form and since the National Hunt Season started, we are already 23.6 points in profit, in less than two weeks. I mean business and I am only doing what I said I was going to do. I want to beat my all time record of 174 points profit in a National Hunt Season.
I advise anyone who is not on board to take out the National Hunt Package for £89.99 (£14.99 a month) as this is going to be one to remember.
You can still get the whole season for £89.99 using discount code – NATIONALHUNT8999 via:
Today we have sent out tips in four races and we are giving away two of them for free today. The have both been chosen at random.
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Prices correct when sent to customers last night.
ALLMANKIND 15/8 with William Hill and Bet Victor – 1.5 POINTS WIN
ALLMANKIND was going to be a 2 point win but I have a slight reservation about the ground so have reduced it to 1.5 point win. It is not a massive concern just that I would be more confident in soft ground. When opening up the betting I was half expecting to see ALLMANKIND around the 5/4 mark so was delighted to see the 15/8 available. This is a horse who was a winner at Cheltenham back in November and then followed this up with a Grade 1 win at Chepstow in December. He was then sent straight to Cheltenham for the Triumph Hurdle and was strongly fancied, going off 7/2. He ran a great race to come home 3rd and I expect him to improve again this season. He is the highest rated horse in the field on a mark of 146 and although he gives weight away, it is not as much weight as he would give away, if it was a handicap. WIN.
JEN’S BOY 11/2 generally – 1 POINT WIN
I don’t normally get involved in races like this but when I do it is with good reason. This is a race full of amateur jockeys who either lack experience or are not that great. The jockey of JEN’S BOY is Sam Waley Cohen who has plenty of experience, has even won a gold cup and knows how to ride properly in races like this. JEN’S BOY is a horse who has had 3 starts over fences and has finished 2nd 3 times. He is a solid jumper who should have no problems over these tricky fences. He is rated 115 and given the way he jumped and travelled last time out, he is certainly capable of winning off the mark. WIN.