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 -

Bookmakers 4-13 The Actuary!

Yesterday heralded the last two All Weather meetings for July 2012 so the last opportunity for The Actuary Horse Racing Tips to add a little more profit to what has already been a reasonably profitable month.
The first selection for subscribers was Redair in Lingfield Parks opener. Doing all his best work at the end, Redair was given a mountain to climb by Paul Hanagan. 1-0 to the bookmakers!

Next saw our 2 point selection Dance Company advised at 6-1 hold the late charging Subtle Knife to a head victory.
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Jim Crowley drives for the line (red) with Subtle Knife (white) closing with every stride.

Taking the last turn, victory look a forlorn hope with Jim Crowley pumping away on the selection Dance Company. Once they had straighten up and balanced, the win looked a certainty with the impetus of speed on our side. But just as you thought it was all over Subtle Knife sprouted wings and left me praying for the line. Bookmakers 1-12 The Actuary thanks to Paddy Powers generous 6-1. Dance Company won at SP 2-1

The very next race provided another Actuary winner in Aniseed advised at evens. Not very adventurous but a winner is a winner.

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Ryan Moore (red cap) Jim Crowley (green cap) fight out the finish of Lingfield 4:35

This was not exactly winning as an even money horse should as Ryan Moore had to work very hard to get Aniseed past the long term leader Caphira. Once past Jim Crowley's mount Aniseed appear to be pulling away in the final strides. Bookmakers 1-13 The Actuary.
  
If it carried on like this, what a day it would have been, but we followed up with three flops!

Frankie Dettori elected to give everything a head start on 13-8 fav Mizbah and was still last with a furlong to go but finished a creditable third. Cymeriad broke on terms to be prominent but found nothing off the bridle under Graham Gibbons, and finally Camache Queen who picked up well going for the line under Eddie Ahern but was third in a three-way photo.

A disappointing end to the day. A good end to the month and the final score on the day of Bookmakers 4-13 The Actuary which I would take everyday if offered :)    


      

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

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Bookmakers 4-13 The Actuary!

Yesterday heralded the last two All Weather meetings for July 2012 so the last opportunity for The Actuary Horse Racing Tips to add a little more profit to what has already been a reasonably profitable month.
The first selection for subscribers was Redair in Lingfield Parks opener. Doing all his best work at the end, Redair was given a mountain to climb by Paul Hanagan. 1-0 to the bookmakers!

Next saw our 2 point selection Dance Company advised at 6-1 hold the late charging Subtle Knife to a head victory.
Dance_company_6-1
Jim Crowley drives for the line (red) with Subtle Knife (white) closing with every stride.

Taking the last turn, victory look a forlorn hope with Jim Crowley pumping away on the selection Dance Company. Once they had straighten up and balanced, the win looked a certainty with the impetus of speed on our side. But just as you thought it was all over Subtle Knife sprouted wings and left me praying for the line. Bookmakers 1-12 The Actuary thanks to Paddy Powers generous 6-1. Dance Company won at SP 2-1

The very next race provided another Actuary winner in Aniseed advised at evens. Not very adventurous but a winner is a winner.

Aniseed_evens
Ryan Moore (red cap) Jim Crowley (green cap) fight out the finish of Lingfield 4:35

This was not exactly winning as an even money horse should as Ryan Moore had to work very hard to get Aniseed past the long term leader Caphira. Once past Jim Crowley's mount Aniseed appear to be pulling away in the final strides. Bookmakers 1-13 The Actuary.
  
If it carried on like this, what a day it would have been, but we followed up with three flops!

Frankie Dettori elected to give everything a head start on 13-8 fav Mizbah and was still last with a furlong to go but finished a creditable third. Cymeriad broke on terms to be prominent but found nothing off the bridle under Graham Gibbons, and finally Camache Queen who picked up well going for the line under Eddie Ahern but was third in a three-way photo.

A disappointing end to the day. A good end to the month and the final score on the day of Bookmakers 4-13 The Actuary which I would take everyday if offered :)