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Ascot Job Saturday..

Ascot was abuzz on Friday with news of the gamble expected to be landed on Saturday.

After trying to put a hat on the spreading word, we think we had just about controlled the fervour among the rank and file but there was little doubt for a moment it looked as though all bets were off. So, we have quelled the excitement and now we just need to keep it quiet for a few more hours to ensure the books put it in at the right price. We';; be able to post details very early on Saturday morning so, hopefullt, the dogs will have stopped barking by then.... Join us - for

COLOSSAL GAMBLE
SATURDAY!

Another TRICK at Exeter

The superb run of results we've enjoyed at Exeter this winter continued on Thursday as the advertised news on the Handicap chaser, duly obliged with the Philip Hobbs contact coming up trumps once again as Richard JOhnson brought home...

TRICKAWAY
jumped well, stayed well
WON 3-1

..and the DARK HORSE, conveyed to members also won nicely at Towcester. Taking on a 4/6 favourite, members would have been delighted with the information that Charlie Longsdon's

St. JOHN'S POINT
reported "spot on and ready to cause a shock!"
WON 11/2 into 10-3
And now its ASCOT, the first of two cracking days racing and on Friday, BIg news in on a
MASSIVE ASCOT
HANDICAP PLOT

Its A(nother) Steal!

Evan Williams chaser does the job again...

Evan Williams rapidly improving chaser continued to progress at Ludlow on Weds and it was gratifying to see Its a Steal, take the steo up in grade in his stride and get the job done with the minimum of fuss. He duly obliged but it wa a case of seconditis for a couple of others. HIs stablemate, Gorsky Island, a BEST BET Winner on hie previous start also stepped up in class and cruised through his race only to find the unexposed Hobbs horsae collaring him in the last furlong. He, along with Kaki de La Pree, Sir Valentino, Masters Hill and, indeed, the PRIVATE BET, Foryourinformation all running blinders but, nevertheless, finishing second.

 Now, we're off to EXETER again, where we have landed some of our best gambles of the Winter so far.
DunRaven Storm w3-1
Hello George w3-1
Definitely Better w7-1
Gods Own w8-1
Thundering Home w7-1
and, at the last meeting, BEST BET
Adrenalin Flight won 11-2

 On Thursday, we've another....

100% READY,
GROUND AND TRIP IDEAL

We promised.....
and we delivered!!
514/1 TREBLE MONDAY.............
Whether it was the fact we were going back to Ffos Las or, indeed, the fact that we had superb information on a real dark horse both on the flat...and over jumps, one thing was for sure, our site this morning promised a HUGE MOnday payday and....well, didnt our guys deliver!!

Firstly, the days SOLE BEST BET won well and AP M CCoy brought home

RED DEVIL LADS w7/4

then the first of two brilliant DARK HORSES - firstly over jumps, 4th of four on his only start over fences previously but then

BOOOOMM!!!!!
CADEAU GEORGE
w10-1
BRILLIANT INFORMATION!!!
and, if that wasnt enough, our only FLAT BET OF the DAY!!
MISS LILLIE
Sensational Information in....
WINS 16/1
WERE YOU ON?
if combined the payout would have produced a superb
514/1 PAYDAY!!!

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SEVENTEEN starts,
never won but...

A fantastic piece of news into our office regarding this 8yo trained by George Bewley and ridden by son, Jonathan made it clear, he was a horse we needed to be with on Sunday. However, that doesnt tell half of the frustration in not making him a Best Bet on the day. Around five minutes after we had put the website to bed at 12.15pm on Sunday, we received a call into the office indicating the only horse we felt was a danger to the 8yo was 'having a run' and, as we informed our telephone service members, if we could have had that five minutes back, we would definitely have made him our Best Bet of the day. However, the hiroty book shows, we were too late and there was little we could do. However, after a superb gamble was landed at Southwell with

DELGANY DEMON w11-8
the big news of the day was the success of Bewley's 8yo who had gone 17 runs without a win, then finally, the day we were on,
ROMANY RHYME
Bolts in...8-1
Now brilliant news in for MOnday, FLAT and JUMPS, back to the scene of our
HUGE 25-1 JOB
may not be that price today but BIG news at FFos Las again and Plumpton over jumps and Flat news from WOLVES....
COLOSSAL
Monday
PAYDAY
in prospect today - see above for results.....
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Toby - Sweet as..
as Nicholls bandwagon turns sour!

While all eyes in Cheltenham on Saturday, members were advised just the one proposition in the mud at Lingfield and Dan Skelton's Toby Lerone proved successful while it was a terribly frustrating day for the trainer's fromer boss, Paul Nicholls at Cheltenham. Following their big race success the previous Saturday at Sandown when Dodging Bullets won well for us at 9-1, they were expecting both their chasers to win but both made bad mistakes at crucial times and, fearing injury, jockey Sam Twiston Davies had no choice but to pull them both up. It was a similar story with hurdler, Lac Fontana and some serious questions will be asked at Ditcheat when the party retruns home this evening. It wouldnt be the first time some sort of virus has reared its head at the yard around this time of year.

Over at Doncaster where our only interest there revolved around the Tom George trained Forgotten Gold but, while heavily backed, he commenced jumping overly big from around five out and started to lose ground at the following two fences. He looked well and was reportedly working brilliantly but his jumping left a little to be desired here. However, the one advice at Lingfield did the job superbly. Making all, he jumped for fun and left that disaappointing run at Sandown well behind!

TOBY LERONE
WON comfortably 9-2

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Seconditis....

Friday was a tad frustrating at Cheltenham with no fewer than three of our bets finishing second, BIG EASY going closest when just a nose from success in the staying handicap hurdle while winners at Bangor and Doncaster respectively in Wilberdragon, who did the job well and
BERNARDELLI w7-2
obliged at Dncaster, comfortably!

WARWICK Best Bet

bolts in.....on the steel!

Although the days only BEST BET at Warwick bolted in on Thursday, it was a day of mixed emotions as, for the second day running we had not one but two of the most interesting mesages fall or blunder when hitting the front with the race at their mercy and then a third, Victor Dartnall's Henry King was hampered at the second last by a loose horse and came down, presentig the race to the second.... aaargghh!!. The first incident, just moments earlier came when Colin Tizzard's Kingscourt Native cruised to the front in his novice hurdle and was TEN clear, when coming down at the last! And, if that wasn't enough, in the handicap chase at Taunton at 3.10, Alan King's Money for Nothing cruised up to join the leader and was just about totake a narrow advantage when making an almighty blunder and presenting the race to the second. Three winners wiped out in a flash. Still, it was good to see Evan Williams team bounce back to form, as we indicated and our BEST BET....

ITS A STEAL
proved to be just that as he absolutely
BOLTED IN backed to 9/4
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It was a stormy old day at Hexham on Weds and racing wasnt given the go-ahead until the very last minute, in many ways, would have been better if they abaondoned as our only bet there, Chavoy, was heavily backed but could only finish second. At Leicester, a similarly frustrating day as Henri de Boistron, looked sure to come and win his race only to fall just as he hit the front, slithering to the deck and losing Paddy Brennan. Even more annoyingly, the only real danger as idenitified in the comments, Snowell toook advantage. Still, thats racing and we did get a little compensation when the stronger of the two TWISTON DAVIES runners did the job as advised with
BROWNVILLE
showing huge improvement as expected &
WINS heavily backed to 9-4
Now, we're looking forward to Warwick on Thursday as on this day last year, we advised
FOUR BIG WINNERS
9/4, 5/2, 7/2, 9/2
and of course the venue where we landed a couple of HUGE gambles last year with Alpancho and Leg Iron
25-1 - 12/1
HUGE Warwick COUP
Dont MIss this Thursday
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A familiar story on Tuesday as another couple of nice winners did the job for us, athough one of the two dark horses we were informed about could only finish third, DESPITE BEING HEAVILY BACKED. Theatrical Star won his chase comfotably, as expected, at Fontwell, while the other .... 
DARK HORSE, absolutely no form to his name but 
LOCHNAGAR
absolutely sluiced home
BACKED IN TO 3-1
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It was back to the flat on Monday after a bg jumping weekend and a couple of nice winners did the job at Lingfield and Kempton. At Lingfield we told members clearly that  SWING ALONE was in great form at home and would be finishing fast as ideally he wanted a furlong further. Sure enough, he flew home to win and landed a nice gamble  into 2-1.

At Kempton, although the big price job ran well and did, indeed, beat the favourite as we said but, unfortunately, the favourite finished sixth and DRIVE ON, our bet, finished fifth at 20/1. That followed a nice winner, well backed when the four year old, GRACIOUS GEORGE landed the gamble into 3-1.
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At Huntingdon on Sunday, Philip Hobbs' Wishfull Thinking scored in the Peterborough Chase and, once again, gave a further indication just how well his horses are. Even the mostardent supporter would view his alarming drift as a clear indication that there was little confidence behind him but, not for the first tme this year, the Hobbs team were celebrating a big win with a horse they didnt expect. Pal Nicholls' Wonderful Charm was a narrowly beaten third. Earlier in the afternoon, Seamus Mullins proved his team in great form as SONG LIGHT broke an unenviable run of placed efforts and landed nice bets for us backed into 4-1.

Bookies can't dodge this BULLET!

The Tingle Creek was the big race at Sandown on Saturday and although originally priced up at 10/1 on Saturday morning, the Paul Nicholls horse for which we had excellent information showed his slightly below par run at Cheltenham was nothing to get upset about and he duly landed th big GRADE ONE race at the Esher track.

DODGING BULLETS
Wins comfortably 9-1

At Aintree in the big event, the Becher Chase, Saint Are landed nice ew bets at 12-1 , finishing a running on third in the three and aquarter mile handicap.

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Adrenalin flows at Exeter....

BEST BET WINS again while PRIVATE Bet lands ew money - Aarghh, so close!

The adrenalin was very much to the forefront on Friday as we provided members with some cracking information both on the flat and over jumps. The long awaited, first PRIVATE BET from our exalted ex-Aussie ran an absolute stormer and looked to have the race in his pocket, backed from 10/1 into 8/1 as a result of a falsely inflated opening show due to a bit of of juggling in the market beforehand but no sooner had he put his head in front, just fifty yards from home the the enigmatic Secondo, came and nutted him on the line. Still, ew bets, as advised were landed and although there was a bitter sweet conclusion to that first wager in three years, it proves our man still has his finger on the button and we await his next advice with plenty of anticipation. In the meantime,  a couple of nice winners over fences for us as
FIRM ORDER
WON 4-1
at Sandown, beating both the Tom George and Colin Tizzard horses while at Exeter, Seamus Mullins landed the big FOUR mile chase for us with
ADRENALIN FLIGHT
WELL BACKED BEST BET
from 8-1 into 11-2
He did exactly as we said and, literally, did stay longer than the Mother in law, etting on top in last 100 yards.
BRILLIANT INFORMATION!
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BEST BET BOLTS IN!!

plus 16/1 dark horse lands ew punt
Hot on the heels of a terrific day on Tuesday, another nice couple of winners did the job for us on Wednesday as Balmusette followed up her nice run at Doncaster with success in the mares only event at Catterick while at Ludlow, superb information on the Tom George trained runner,

Gorsky Island
Easily won 9-2

he produced the goods nicely, jumping for fun and members never had a moments concern, winning comfortably from the HOBBS trained, favourite, Roll the Dice. 

The days other big news was the superb information on the 20/1 Bobbie Benton who was the subject of interesting messages and ran a blinder, staying on strongly as indicated he would, at a tasty 16/1 sp.

Best Bet WINS PLUS 180-1 four timer!!

What a blinding day on Tuesday, as promised, after a couple of near misses at 20's and 7's on Monday - they said it had a TON IN HAND - and, it did! The day's sole Best Bet, Tom George's SOME BUCKLE landed sizeable bets on course, gambled right into 5/4 at the off! But, it didnt end there: WE told members that the application of the visor would galvanise

RASCAL
and how.......
WINS EASY ..at 7-1
while our sole flat bet, JOhn Gosden's Kaufman won easily at Wolverhampton and, up at Sedgefield,
BARABOY won 7-2
to complete a sensational
180-1 FOUR TIMER
Now big messages in for Weds include,
HUGE LUDLOW
national hunt
BETTING COUP
Terrific Tuesday followed a relatively quiet start to December on Monday, 1st but we were oh so close to a couple of right results on the all weather! Notably Dr Red Eye was backed from the early 20-1 right into half those odds, into 10-1 and was beaten about sixteen inches! Unfortunately, that was enough space to fit in another two heads and he finished a gallant fourth after running a mighty race. Likewise, Ambella was well backed and ran very well but could only land the place part of each way bets, finishing third at 7/1, the fate of two nursery bets at Wolverhampton.

The previous day at Carlisle on the last day of November, we landed a couple of nice winners in the well thought of... 

MILBOROUGH
Won 5/1 into 7/2
Lands nice touch in the handicap chase following the good thing in the handicap hurdle
Spanish Fleet w2-1
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Now, if you didnt join us in November, just look what you missed......

WHAT A MONTH!!!

November produces huge payouts and spectacular results

130/1 treble, 108/1 treble then, Sunday 2027/1 4-timer, 100/1 Newbury 4-TIMER!!

incl on Thursday we head off to Newbury for the start of one of the biggest meetings in the calendar. Its the Newbury  
Hennessy Gold Cup
meeting

and we have a couple of SPECIALS LINED UP  for you this weekend. We begin with a couple expected to repeat last years......  

DAY ONE DOUBLE 
TWO CHASERS 
SPOT ON, SCHOOLED WELL
.....and repeat it we did!!!
WOODFORD COUNTY w2-1
CARRAIG MOR w2-1
easily beats the  4/11, Nicholls trained favourite
and then just a half hour later, yet more top class information on another chaser comes up trumps as NED STARK bolts in to complete a  brilliant day one, completing a 30-1 Chase TREBLE before NIcky Henderson and Barry Geraghty teamed up to provide members with a scintillating and ....
MASSIVE DAY ONE 
100-1 Newbury 4-timer

and on Day Two, they were flying in again as, although the big chase coup HIghway Code was deemed a non runner, once he was out of the way, it was clear we needed to be on the PAUL NICHOLLS trained,  

WILTON MILAN w 3-1
who breezed clear to win
by half the track.
He was immediately followed by a huge gamble on Junction Fourteen whom we had told members was the only real danger to the Pipe pair and, backed from 10/1 into 13/2, he ran a blinder to finish second to the Pipe trained winner. But members didnt have long to wait for their next winner as the horse we told you was better than Carruthers, the Hennessy Gold Cup winner, made his comeback after
672 days OFF
but we knew he was ready and did the job brilliantly. Again beating a Paul Nicholls trained short priced favourite and
CONEYGREE
WON easily 4/1 into 2/1.

Saturday started off brilliantly as Dickie Johnson brought his first time chaser from last to first in the twinkling of an eye and...

ROYAL REGATTA
lands spectacular gamble
9-2 into 11-4

Thereafter a couple of near misses as both Hammersley Lake and Solar Impulse both stayed on strongly only to find one marginally too good at the line. Agonisingly, our old friend, Many Clouds who had won for us at Carlisle last time, stayed on too strongly in the big one, rather annoyingly as he was one of six we had very good messages about in that ultra competitive handicap. Still it was some meeting and the final record of 7 BIG WINNERS added to the four seconds and one third (at 12/1) from the 16 races we got involved in made it a terrific meeting.....

We finished the month off nicely on Sunday with a couple of nice winners at Carlisle in

MILBOROUGH
w5-1 into 7-2
and
Spanish Fleet w2-1
Well, what a month that was!!!!

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Just look at Tuesdays results...............
RASCAL
and how.......
WINS EASY ..at 7-1
while our sole flat bet, JOhn Gosden's Kaufman won easily at Wolverhampton and, up at Sedgefield,
BARABOY won 7-2
to complete a sensational
180-1 FOUR-TIMER
  big messages in for Weds included,
Gorsky Island
Easily won 9-2
he produced the goods nicely, jumping for fun and members never had a moments concern, winning comfortably from the HOBBS trained, favourite, Roll the Dice. 
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So far this week
DARK HORSE, absolutely no form to his name but
LOCHNAGAR
absolutely sluiced home
BACKED IN TO 3-1
the stronger of the two TWISTON DAVIES runners did the job as advised Weds with
BROWNVILLE
showing huge improvement as expected &
WINS heavily backed to 9-4
and our BEST BET....
ITS A STEAL
proved to be just that as he absolutely
BOLTED IN backed to 9/4
superb news at Lingfield on Saturday, only bet at the meeting
TOBY LERONE
WON comfortably 9-2
Magnificent news on Sunday - seventeen runs without a win, then, BOOM!
ROMANY RHYME
Bolts in...8-1

Now brilliant news in for MOnday, FLAT and JUMPS, back to the scene of our
HUGE 25-1 JOB
may not be that price today but BIG news at FFos Las again and Plumpton over jumps and Flat news from WOLVES....
COLOSSAL
Monday
PAYDAY
in prospect today - see BELOW
___________________________________

We promised.....
and we delivered!!
514/1 TREBLE MONDAY.............
Whether it was the fact we were going back to Ffos Las or, indeed, the fact that we had superb information on a real dark horse both on the flat...and over jumps, one thing was for sure, our site this morning promised a HUGE MOnday payday and....well, didnt our guys deliver!!

Firstly, the days SOLE BEST BET won well and AP M CCoy brought home

RED DEVIL LADS w7/4

then the first of two brilliant DARK HORSES - firstly over jumps, 4th of four on his only start over fences previously but then
BOOOOMM!!!!!
CADEAU GEORGE
w10-1
BRILLIANT INFORMATION!!!
and, if that wasnt enough, our only FLAT BET OF the DAY!!
MISS LILLIE
Sensational Information in....
WINS 16/1
WERE YOU ON?
if combined the payout would have produced a superb
514/1 PAYDAY!!!
  The superb run of results we've enjoyed at Exeter this winter continued on Thursday as the advertised news on the Handicap chaser, duly obliged with the Philip Hobbs contact coming up trumps once again as Richard JOhnson brought home...
TRICKAWAY
jumped well, stayed well
WON 3-1

..and the DARK HORSE, conveyed to members also won nicely at Towcester. Taking on a 4/6 favourite, members would have been delighted with the information that Charlie Longsdon's

St. JOHN'S POINT
reported "spot on and ready to cause a shock!"
WON 11/2 into 10-3
And now its ASCOT, the first of two cracking days racing and on Friday, BIg news in on a
MASSIVE
ASCOT
HANDICAP PLOT
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