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Big priced Selection from Top Tipsters

Not much going on this morning with only Lingfield racing, so I've nicked the write up for a big priced small stake each way bet from the excellent http://racingconsultants.co.uk

This guys have been impressing us all for the past 6 months or so and havent had a losing month since launching.

If you want to get serious about your betting in 2015 then I recommend these guys


Here's the full write up from David Massey this morning…

Good morning all,

The year ends as a bit of a damp squib, with Uttoxeter and Warwick getting the elbow early this morning but it does give us a clear run at the cards tomorrow. Cheltenham declarations have just come out as I type this, and the card has held up well – hopefully we can kick the New Year off in a bit of style.

Today, just one bet.

2.40 Lingfield – 0.5pts e/w Glastonberry (22-1 Bet Victor, Hills)


2.40 – 7f Handicap (class 4)

Not the most competitive of affairs, and top weight Shyron is likely to be a popular order after a win and close second at Wolverhampton, both of which show him to be in good form.But at a bigger price GLASTONBERRY is worth a second look.

Well drawn on the inside (has been held up on last two starts, but often races more prominently) he's a record of 3210 over this C&D and has won after a four month break before, giving hope that he could be ready to go first time out.

He won at Kempton earlier in the season and already finds himself only 1lb higher than that win, so has every chance from a handicapping point of view too.

Trainer Trends – Huge Xmas Discount

I know a lot of readers like the trainer trends approach to winner finding.

The fact is that trainers are people of habit like most of us and they do the same things the same ways year in and year out.

These habits mean that they find winners in the same sorts of races at the same times of year, year in and year out.

Here's an example of the type of trend that repeats every year…

The big trainers dominate the two year old races from around June.

So if you are a smaller trainer who doesn’t have the patronage of super rich enthusiasts IE You don’t have the best of the best juveniles.

Then what do you do, well if you want to win races then a good strategy would be to have your babies firing early so you can bag some wins before the big boys come out to play.

If you know which trainers employ this strategy you can make some easy profits in April and May.

Mark Foley is a bit of a boffin who spends hours researching and checking out trends just like the one above.

The selections he finds form the basis of his own betting and are also provided to members of his tipping service. This service usually costs £27.99 per month, but Mark currently has an xmas special whereby you can join for just £49 for full access until the end of April 2013.

That's 5 months access for under fifty quid.

Click Here to take advantage of this discount.

Below is part of today's Trainer Trends message including one of Mark's two selections today. (The second is a 5/1 shot)…

Good morning
There are 2 runners that fit the winning profile today and they are both recommendations.

Cloud Creeper 1.50 Towcester (3/1 Bet365, Hills, Skybet)
Won his sole point by 6l and probably beaten by a good horse on bumper debut at Carlisle; should go on to better things now hurdling.

Donald McCain
Runners in Non Handicap Hurdles (Not juveniles). Priced 20/1 or less.
4 yos had a good record 5 YO
Runners from the first 4 in the market had a good record
Runners in races up to 2m 4f had a good record Yes
Runners ridden by Jason Maguire had a good record No
Runners in Novice hurdles had a good record Yes
Runners who finished in the first 6 LTO had a good record. Yes
Runners in Class 1 – 3 races had a poor record. Class 4

To get access to Mark's second selection join him now for just £49 Click Here.

Lewis for Texas Win

We have a couple of tidbits I want to share with you today, the first is a piece I read in yesterdays Oddschecker newsletter which makes a lot of sense…

F1 heads to Austin, Texas this weekend, and Sebastian Vettel can win a third straight drivers title if he scores 15 points more than Fernando Alonso.

With that in mind, he'll be doing his utmost to avoid a DNF and stick to minimum-risk overtaking. The value lies elsewhere, and it's Lewis Hamilton in his second-to-last race for McLaren who appeals. The car was faster than the Red Bull in Abu Dhabi, and with the desire to break the American market a key feature in Hamilton's move away he'll be itching to win the inaugural US Grand Prix in Austin. Click for full preview and big-priced tips.

Secondly we have a selection from Mark Foley's Trainer Trends along with his breakdown of why it's a selection. Here's Mark's message…

Good morning.
Al Jamal did the business nicely yesterday and Atlantis Crossing was just touched off at a big price.

There is one selection today and it is a recommendation

Thouwra 6.45 Wolverhampton 6/1
Dam won the Lowther and 1000 Guineas; she´s yet to produce a real top-notch runner, with multiple 7f-1m2f winner (including here) Benandonner (106 RPR at peak) the pick off her offspring so far; sire around 17% here and trainer 16% with first-time out juveniles in 2012.

Saeed Bin Suroor
2 yo runners on the AW tracks.
Favourites and 2nd favourites had a high strike rate and were profitable to follow.
The debutants had a good record: Yes
Runners ridden by Ted Durkan had a good record. No

All the best Mark

Trainer Trends Selection

I know a lot of readers like the Trainer Trends selections and so I've bagged today's message from Mark Foley for you…

Good morning.

Sole selection Nichols Canyon did the business nicely yesterday.

There is one horse that fits the winning profile today and it is a recommendation.
Capaill Liath Musselburgh 2.40 (6/1 Bet 365)

Mixed form since 7f soft-ground win at Newcastle in May but was just held by Common Touch two runs back (subsequently disqualified) and went close after running into some trouble at Chester last time; up 5lb but could be major force if he gets some luck.

Kevin Ryan

Older horses in races over 10f or less; priced 9/1 or less.
Runners in 7 furlong races had a good record: Yes
Runners who finished in the first 3 LTO had a good record: Yes
Runners ridden by Neil Callan had a good record: NO
Favourites had a poor record.
Runners in the better class races had a poor record: Yes
Runners wearing blinkers and Cheekpieces had a good record: Yes

All the best Mark.

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