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Hawkeye Tips & Trial

Hawkeye TipsAfter 34 points profit in June Hawkeye Tips have only had one selection so far in July.

On Wednesday April Ciel was advised at 14/1 and so the gamble began all the way down to a starting price of 9/2.

It led all the way to win by just over a length.

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Over to Peter Hawkeye…

More Apprentice Jockeys

Following on from my article about apprentices/ amateur jockeys the other week.

There is another of these events today at Carlisle 5.40.

Jack Garritty has had 19 rides and 2 wins in the last couple of weeks with Kevin Stott 17 rides no wins the next best.

Garrity is on New Lease Of Life @ 16’1 & Stott is on Al Khan @ 4’1.

Hopefully these two can fight out the finish.

Peter Hawkeye

Class Droppers System

The Mud Maestro selection Hint of Mint won comfortably at 10/1 yesterday, available in the morning at 12/1. Hopefully you were on?

Today I have a selection from a system sent to me by Mark Foley of Trainer Trends.

This system puts together rules that identify horses that have had three runs to get their handicap mark and then dropped in class to an easier race.

The rules are…

Horse has exactly 3 previous runs.
Today’s Class is 6 or 7.
All 3 previous runs were in Class 1 – 5 races.

There are certain trainers that are profitable when they follow this route and one of those is Andrew Balding who has Alumina running today.

Alumina has had 3 previous runs all in Class 5 events and runs today in the Class 6 32 Red Handicap at Lingfield.

Today’s Selection

12:30 Lingfield Alumina (IRE) – win bet – 11/4 Paddy Power, Bet Victor, Sky Bet

Free Cheltenham Pointers

I’ve just finished reading this months Secret Betting Club report.

This month they have a detailed feature that looks at what equipment and applications are best for managing your betting on the go.

The article looks at the best bookmaker apps and the best apps for finding results quickly.

It also includes details of how you can watch more obscure events on your phone through streaming TV apps, which is useful if you are betting on events that aren’t streamed by the bookies. And how to access your home PC or server from your smartphone.

As you might expect the report is also filled with tips and opinions on the upcoming Cheltenham Festival including a couple of trainer and jockey pointers which have proved profitable in the past, which I’ve copied below…

Back all Ferdy Murphy runners over fences

Since 2003 by backing all Ferdy Murphy runners over fences you would have profited to the tune of £10,400 to £100 stakes.

Lay Paul Nicholls chasers

Amazingly Paul Nicholls has had 55 losing consecutive runners in chase races at the Festival and although it’s a strategy laden with risk given the armoury in the yard, the statistics don’t lie and Nicholls runners will always be liable to be overbet.

Back Barry Geraghty mounts in Grade 1 races

Since 2003 by following Geraghty’s mounts blindly in Grade 1 races you would have profited to the tune of £3745.00 to £100 level stakes.

Lay all AP McCoy mounts

Backing all AP McCoy mounts at SP since 2003 at £100 stakes would have resulted in a net loss of £6638.00. Laying McCoy mounts on the exchanges won’t show the same level of profit but would still have earned you a tidy sum.

SBC have a free Cheltenham report which is due out today and they also send a free sample of their members report to everyone who registers for the Cheltenham report. Click Here to get that

Today’s Selection courtesy of Bankers Bonus

3:10 Fontwell Utopian – win bet – 7/2 Bet365, Paddy Power, Bet Victor

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