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A lovely free tip winner on the Grand National last weekend and we are back again this weekend with free tips in the Scottish National.

We are absolutely flying along, 4 winners from 5 races last weekend and we took the bookies for well over £1 million last weekend, with all members winnings combined. If you throw in the free tip on the National, well you could be pushing on £2 million.

The winners have kept flowing all this week also and we have already secured another National Season of profit, making it 15 years in a row of profit. That’s right we have been around making profit for a decade and a half and are the most established service in the industry.

What have we got coming up?

The Flat Season get’s underway on Sunday 30th April and we offer a Flat Season Package which gives you tips for the whole season until 5th October (National Hunt Season starts on 6th October).

Next week we are also at Punchestown for an amazing 5 day festival. This is not to be missed as we have smashed both the Cheltenham Festival and Aintree Festival out of the park. Punchestown will be no different.

3:35 Ayr
MONBEG GENIUS 5/1 generally – 1 POINT E/W (6 places, 1/5 odds)
DUSART 18/1 William Hill and Coral – 0.5 POINTS E/W (6 places, 1/5 odds)
We have 2 selections in this race. 
We were on MONBEG GENIUS in the Ultima Handicap, along with Corach Rambler, meaning at the festival we came away with a 1st and 3rd. I fancied Corach Rambler massively in the Grand National and I fancy MONBEG GENIUS massively in the Scottish National. 
This race is tailor-made for MONBEG GENIUS in my opinion as he likes to be prominent and his jumping is a huge asset. This is a course with a very long straight and 4 fences when turning for him will be right up his street. It is similar to Chepstow where they have 5 fences on the long straight and in 2 starts this season at Chepstow, he absolutely bolted up. His jumping at Chepstow was sublime. He then went to Cheltenham and once again travelled very well and came home 3rd. Bear in mind MONBEG GENIUS is still a novice and has only had 5 starts over fences, to come home 3rd in the Ultima is a terrific effort. He is clearly streets ahead of where he should be. I also believe he prefers a bit of better ground which he will get here and the trip will be no problem. 
The reason I say that is on Gold Cup day I was walking along by the shopping village and saw Jonjo O’Neill. Being the person I am and the race plans I always have going on in my head, I said to him that Monbeg Genius was the horse to take out of the festival for him, to which he replied he agreed and he could see him being a National horse next year.
Well if that is the case and he sees him as a National horse next year, the trip obviously does not worry him in the slightest for the Scottish National.
I am expecting a big run from MONBEG GENIUS and bar a fall or mistake, he is your 2023 Scottish National winner. 
As a cover bet I am going to have a go on DUSART who is in a top weight and has first time cheekpieces fitted. I have thought long and hard about the season he has had and I now believe he has been trained all season with this race in mind. It has been a season where nothing else mattered apart from this race. On multiple occasions in interviews, Nicky Henderson has mentioned he is a hard horse to train and get fit. From those comments he is basically saying he is a horse who has to have lots of slow work over many many months to get him spot on. 
I also believe the reason DUSART has been trained all season for this race is down to the fact he was a winner at this meeting last year, when winning the Champion Novice Handicap Chase over 3 miles, doing all his good work late in the race. When he won here last year if you watch the replays, he was not stopping and looked like the perfect Scottish National horse.
He is a talented but frustrating horse who has only run twice this season, one over hurdles and in the Cotswold Chase on terrible ground. 
He skipped Cheltenham, skipped Aintree and since Cheltenham Trials Day, it has been all about this race.
DUSART has his work cut out at top weight and 11st 12lb on his back but if he was to win this race, I am sure quite a few would say he is the class horse of the race.
You see it time and again in these handicaps where class is enough to win you races and DUSART certainly has that Grade 1/2 class on his day.
Nicky Henderson could also have put a claimer on board but he is happy to let him run with a big weight and Nico De Boinville takes the ride. E/W.
Good Luck


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