WHAT A DAY to start the new working week! A 194/1 treble landed for us on Monday and it’s been long overdue with so many near misses this month, but profit is now guaranteed yet again! A nice way to get rid of those Monday blues I suppose. Hopefully can knock in another winner on the last day of October. Not much quality on show for Tuesday but have picked out these three below.

Tuesday 31st October: Continue reading “”

Probably should have had a double on Sunday with the #Nap only beaten 3/4 length when losing momentum at the last and the #Iwac fell 3 out when six lengths clear and still looking full of running. Annoying but got to move on, need a winner or two in the last two days of the month to get profit. Here are my three for Monday’s action.

Monday 30th October: Continue reading “”

A frustrating Friday with the #Nap getting beat on the line, the #Nb ran a blinder in second behind what looks an exciting prospect and the #Iwac fell 2 out when travelling well in third. Anyway no point dwelling on that, time to move on to Saturday and even though it looks mighty tough as expected, I’ve picked out three which I think have lively chances.

Saturday 28th October: Continue reading “”

#NB winner at 6/1 on Thursday and thought the #Nap was going to double up for us but just got outstayed when seemingly travelling the best. That winner makes it 4/4 profitable days this week, but Friday’s action looks a minefield. It’s the return of Cheltenham though, thats the main thing and I will be in attendance for both days of the Showcase this weekend! Here are my three arrows for Friday.

Friday 27th October: Continue reading “”

Tuesday saw my #Nap heavily backed into odds-on from 7/4 when tipped but lost out by a short head – personally not one for blaming jockeys but can see people’s frustration with the ride, could’ve gone for home much sooner. However, the ride on #NB was timed to perfection getting up on the line and a nice drift to 7/1 (so swings and roundabouts I suppose). On to Wednesday, here are my three.

Wednesday 25th October: Continue reading “”