THIS WEEKS ALL WEATHER FIXTURES - 26th March KEMPTON PARK- 27th March WOLVERHAMPTON- 29th March WOLVERHAMPTON - 30th March LINGFIELD PARK, KEMPTON PARK & SOUTHWELL - 31st March WOLVERHAMPTON & CHELMSFORD CITY - 1ST aPRIL LINGFIELD PARK & WOLVERHAMPTON - 2nd April KEMPTON PARK -

Horse Racing Tips: The Actuary 5, 4, 3, 2, Won

Followers of 'The Actuary' top rated speed figures were well rewarded yesterday with five winners on the evening Wolverhampton card including 20-1 winner Resplendent Ace.

The first of the 5 came in the 5:50 - Wolverhampton Holiday Inn Claiming Stakes when the Martin Harley ridden Deerslayer (3-1), advised at 13-2 to subscribers of 'The Actuary' horse racing tips service the evening before, held on grimly in the final strides to repel Master of Disguise.
Deerslayer 3-1 winner
Number two was far easier to find in the form of Confucius Elite (8-13) ridden by Pat Cosgrove who romped home by 6 lengths in a facile victory in the 6:20 - William Hill - The Home of Betting Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
Confucius Elite 6-46-1 Double 
The third and the best priced winner on the card was Resplendent Ace (20-1) who travelled comfortably throughout under double seeking Jimmy Quinn, stalking the favourite Ministry in to the straight and was pushed out to score by 4.5 lengths.
Resplendent Ace 135.69-1 Treble
Number four came in the form of the P. J. McDonald ridden Painted Tail (2-1) who took up the running turning for home and maintained that advantage all the way to the line.
Painted Tailed 408.08-1 4 Horse Accumulator
The fifth saw Kieran Fallon gain his only win of the evening from what appeared to be several promising rides.  Hill Tribe (4-1), 2 lengths third over course and distance a couple of nights ago, struck the front as they swept in to the straight and looked like being collared by Wings Of Apollo but held on by 3/4 of a length.
Hill Tribe 2035.38-1 5 Horse Accumulator 

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Horse Racing Tips: The Actuary 5, 4, 3, 2, Won

Followers of 'The Actuary' top rated speed figures were well rewarded yesterday with five winners on the evening Wolverhampton card including 20-1 winner Resplendent Ace.

The first of the 5 came in the 5:50 - Wolverhampton Holiday Inn Claiming Stakes when the Martin Harley ridden Deerslayer (3-1), advised at 13-2 to subscribers of 'The Actuary' horse racing tips service the evening before, held on grimly in the final strides to repel Master of Disguise.
Deerslayer 3-1 winner
Number two was far easier to find in the form of Confucius Elite (8-13) ridden by Pat Cosgrove who romped home by 6 lengths in a facile victory in the 6:20 - William Hill - The Home of Betting Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
Confucius Elite 6-46-1 Double 
The third and the best priced winner on the card was Resplendent Ace (20-1) who travelled comfortably throughout under double seeking Jimmy Quinn, stalking the favourite Ministry in to the straight and was pushed out to score by 4.5 lengths.
Resplendent Ace 135.69-1 Treble
Number four came in the form of the P. J. McDonald ridden Painted Tail (2-1) who took up the running turning for home and maintained that advantage all the way to the line.
Painted Tailed 408.08-1 4 Horse Accumulator
The fifth saw Kieran Fallon gain his only win of the evening from what appeared to be several promising rides.  Hill Tribe (4-1), 2 lengths third over course and distance a couple of nights ago, struck the front as they swept in to the straight and looked like being collared by Wings Of Apollo but held on by 3/4 of a length.
Hill Tribe 2035.38-1 5 Horse Accumulator