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the story so far........

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

A sensational start to November was usurped on Sunday when FOUR terrific winners included a brilliant message on 25/1 winner, LYDSTEP POINT who landed yet another feature chase of the day!

Those big chases are becoming rich pickings for Telegraph members. Last week, for three days running, starting with Sunday at Carlisle, Monday at Kempton and then culminating with the superb, and promised, Haldon GOLD CUP COUP on Tuesday a brilliant 8-1.
That's Information.. favourite beaten!!
On Sunday at Carllisle, Oliver Sherwood's MANY CLOUDS was subject to excellent reports and easily beat our Cheltenham festival winner, and short priced favourite, Holywell, to win at 5/2. He did exactly what it 'said on the tin' - Jumping brilliantly, he will win again!!

On Monday, at Kempton, again beating the favourites, Colin Tizzard's THEATRE GUIDE was well recommended and he ran a stormer, first time up, to collar the leader on the line, winning at 7/2. When they installed his stablemate Cue Card, favourite for the BIG race at Exeter the following day, we just knew there was a COUP ON THE CARDS!
Sure enough, on Tuesday, GODS OWN didn't just win, he blew them away, easily beating the favourite, the King horse and the Nicholls horse to land a huge touch for Tom George's yard and, indeed Racing Telegraph members at a princely, 8/1 – a steal!!!
But that wasn't all, after Thomas Brown had won the opener, comfortably, and Gods Own had duly obliged, another Tom George inmate obliged for us in the last when Definitely Better absolutely bolted up at 7/1 to complete a top class  

130/1 Exeter TREBLE.

But, it didnt end there, we hammered those bookie chappies again on Wednesday when there were more fireworks at Chepstow and Kempton than Guy Fawkes, himself, could handle!! In particular, Storm Exit landed yet another staying chase for us, again at a brilliant 8/1 and, after Mendip Express, 6/5 had won easily at Warwick, the day's BEST BET, did the job brilliantly at Kempton when Musaddas landed a terrific touch with the first time cheekpieces applied at 9/2. We knew they had sharpened him up comsiderably at home. Once again, for those that do, a  

108/1 TREBLE up! 

After a couple of quiet days, the first very soft ground of the Winter came as something of a shock to many, on Saturday, and plenty of lessons were learned but Levitate sluiced through it well to win for us at 4/1 on the last flat day of the season at Doncaster. However, the best of the month, so far, came on Sunday...... it all loooked quite modest fayre at first but then it suddenly turned into..
A 2027/1 4-TIMER!!
Market Rasen started the ball rolling when MASTER NEO jumped them silly to win the handicap chase at 7/2 but then the action moved on to Ffos Las where we sorted a    
450/1 Ffos Las TREBLE
courtesy of the 16/1 Twiston-Davies DOUBLE but the most gratifying result of all, despite top weight & taking on some of the biggest names, Dai Rees' 7yo,
Won 25-1

and completed a blinding day that provided members with yet another colossal payday. Hard on the heels of October's brilliant 1847/1 FIVE TIMER, Sunday's four completed a sensational 2027/1 sunday PAYOUT.

But, that was just the start of the week for, on Monday, the big buzz around Newmarket was for a little 2yo filly called of Paul d'Arcy's. She had been working really well by all accounts and was priced up at a huge 16/1 first thing. Members never had a moment's concern as she stormed through the field in and...

Anastasia w10-1
Sensational flat Information

That terrific 10/1 winner on Monday was followed by a relatively quiet day on Tuesday when only Tresor de Bontee resisted the bottomless ground for us at Lingfield, winning nicely at 2-1 while on Wednesday, despite some encouraging reports for Exeter, the desperate ground claimed Baby King at the last while Buckhorn Tom, though gallantly staying on strongly in the last half mile, could never get to the favourite, though closing all the way to the line.

It was a different story at Bangor, mind you, with superb news in the opener where Perfect Candidate won nicely, oustaying his rivals, as clearly indicated. However, the highlight of the day was undoubtedly the news on the Venetia Williams trained chaser that landed the £20,000 added chase, yet another feature chase of the day winner for us as...

Howard's Legacy won 13-2
Thursday was a little like before the Lord Mayors show but, after going very close with the Happy Warrior, our man at Bob Buckler's came up trumps with...
BALLYEGAN - 219 days OFF
wins EASILY 7/2

and then it was....
Great start to the meeting, though it could have been even better if Benbens had held on in the last 100 yards. Looked all over the winner but caught close home landing members ew bets but they didnt have long to wait for their first winner at the Open meeting 2014. Although the yard saddled the favourite in the race, we knew, you had to be on..

won 7/2

beats the favourite, his stablemate - THATS INFORMATION!
plus, while all eyes are on Cheltenham - brilliant information on the nursery handicap at Wolverhampton and, spot on - AGAIN as

WINS 15-2

Ground conditions at Cheltenham proved troublesome thereafter with one or two big plans being shelved but while plenty ran well it was the useful hurdler of Paul Nicholls', Emerging Talent who went closest and, improver, Be Bop Boru ran a blinder, looking all set to score on Sunday, collared close home, landing decent ew bets after being backed from 12s into 8/1.

Monday saw an extraordinary decision by the vets at Plumpton after Coneygree, the subject of strong messages on his comeback, after TWO YEARS OFF was prevented from running by the racecourse vet. Needless to say the trainer was furious as was the jockey and, indeed those of us who had backed him from 6s into 5/2. The biggest disappointment though was the trainer conveying to the media what we already knew, that this half brother to Carruthers is thought considerably better than his Hennessy Gold Cup winning brother. Murrayana, just about made up for it when landing the day's only BEST BET at 13/8 and THREE KINGDOMS did likewise when winning the very good novice chase at Leicester.

Now, we started this month in sensational style and with Newbury's Hennessy meeting on the horizon, we are confident we will finihs it in sensational style too. Indeed, the last few days has seen some very nice winners coming our way including, the novice of NIcky Henderson's at Ascot on Saturday...

first time over fences but, we knew, and
WON 15-8
and later on the very same card, members picked up nice we bets with Lancetto when powering past eight at a very nice 10-1, only to find the ninth had gone clear. Still, thats why we backed him each way! The following day a nice double landed with the shortish Union Jack D'ycy and the handicap hurdler who landed the last very nicely...
Monday was anninteresting day with jumping action at Kempton but it was on the all weather at Wolverhampton where we repeated the last Monday job with Anasatzia who won at 10/1 when, in the first race of the day and, even though the trainer had three in the race, we knew which was the one to be on...and
WON 9/2
Tuesday was even better with a brilliant message in for the Richard Ford trained Debt to Society who won nicely at 4-1 under a brilliant ride from conditional Harry Challoner at Sedgefield and then, the TWO DARK HORSES we passed on for the meeting almost resulted in a MASSIVE 70-1 Lingfield DOUBLE as the completely unexposed Reggie Perrin was given a terrific ride by young 10lb claimer Paddy Bradley to go down only narrowly, finishing second at 8-1. Still ew bets were rewarded nicely.

The other dark horse we passed on was a Richard Rowe trained mare who was making the first appearnce of her life over fences. The jungle drums had been beating, however and, available at bigger prices earlier on, we knew all about...
first time out
BOLTED IN at 7-1

Now, 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......

.....and repeat it we did!!!
easily beats the odds on, at 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 ....

100-1 Newbury 4-timer
they said, expected to win by

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