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No questions asked as The Actuary goes green at Lingfield Park!

What a great day The Actuary Horse Racing Tips had at Lingfield Park yesterday on both surfaces, and not one email inquiring why an All Weather tipping service had advised a 2 point selection of Kings Masque which was running on the turf!

The decision to publish figures for every race when Lingfield have a mixed card has only recently been taken and result have made me comfortable enough to add the odd turf selection into the mix. After the last mixed card threw up Lady Gibraltar which duly obliged at 14-1 I felt that it should be sooner rather than later.

Although Kings Masque returned at 9-2, It was available at above 16-1 which was the price I took around 8:30 but with a hefty Rule 4 was easier to stomach than than watching the race!

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  Martin Lane gets Kings Masque up on the line

Although Kings Masque was the only turf selection that went out to subscribers, The Actuary also top rated the first three turf winners at Lingfield Park with Arte Del Calcio SP 9-2, Eightfold SP 7-2 both winning before King Masque SP 9-2 took the third. Dew Reward SP 10-1 was not so hard to find in the 4:00 with a course and distance rating well superior to its adversaries.

Things continued in a similar vein as we switched to the sand with top rated Stupenda SP 11-1 winning the 5:00. And the pièce de résistance was 3 point selection Jack Of Diamonds available at 6-4 taking the Lingfield finale.

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  Jack of Diamonds under Richard Hughes takes the 5:30 Lingfield Park

When you have had a large bet, seeing the horses line up for a standing start with no stalls in a 6 furlong sprint is a little unnerving. Fortunately everything went to plan and Richard Hughes was able to get Jack Of Diamonds in to a good position stalking the two leaders. Ginger Monkey was the only horse able to mount a challenge as they drove for home with Jack of Diamonds prevailing by 1,1/4 lengths. No doubt Ginger Monkey will have his day in this company having pulled 4 lengths clear of third. 
   


      

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

Thursday, July 12, 2012

No questions asked as The Actuary goes green at Lingfield Park!

What a great day The Actuary Horse Racing Tips had at Lingfield Park yesterday on both surfaces, and not one email inquiring why an All Weather tipping service had advised a 2 point selection of Kings Masque which was running on the turf!

The decision to publish figures for every race when Lingfield have a mixed card has only recently been taken and result have made me comfortable enough to add the odd turf selection into the mix. After the last mixed card threw up Lady Gibraltar which duly obliged at 14-1 I felt that it should be sooner rather than later.

Although Kings Masque returned at 9-2, It was available at above 16-1 which was the price I took around 8:30 but with a hefty Rule 4 was easier to stomach than than watching the race!

Kings_masque_16-1
  Martin Lane gets Kings Masque up on the line

Although Kings Masque was the only turf selection that went out to subscribers, The Actuary also top rated the first three turf winners at Lingfield Park with Arte Del Calcio SP 9-2, Eightfold SP 7-2 both winning before King Masque SP 9-2 took the third. Dew Reward SP 10-1 was not so hard to find in the 4:00 with a course and distance rating well superior to its adversaries.

Things continued in a similar vein as we switched to the sand with top rated Stupenda SP 11-1 winning the 5:00. And the pièce de résistance was 3 point selection Jack Of Diamonds available at 6-4 taking the Lingfield finale.

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  Jack of Diamonds under Richard Hughes takes the 5:30 Lingfield Park

When you have had a large bet, seeing the horses line up for a standing start with no stalls in a 6 furlong sprint is a little unnerving. Fortunately everything went to plan and Richard Hughes was able to get Jack Of Diamonds in to a good position stalking the two leaders. Ginger Monkey was the only horse able to mount a challenge as they drove for home with Jack of Diamonds prevailing by 1,1/4 lengths. No doubt Ginger Monkey will have his day in this company having pulled 4 lengths clear of third.