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The sun continues to shine on The Actuary subscribers

The final day of August did no justice to what was another good month for The Actuary Horse Racing Tips. As we put closure to the summer months and head in to Autumn I feel that some ghosts have been exorcised regarding the summer flat lining of the past.

The only regret for me is for those customers that annually skip away to the turf each spring returning in the autumn. It would have been good for them to have enjoyed the success.

On the positive side, given that historically the summer is not as lucrative as our winter campaigns, I cannot help but feel that after such a successful summer that the coming season is going to be a bit special.

Let’s take a look at some figures, firstly for August 2012 and then the summer as a whole.

AUGUST 2012

ON THE MONEY: 34.50 points

THE ACTUARY: 4.88 points

TRIP HANDICAP: 20.50 points

SPEED AND CLASS: 13.50 points

TOTAL: 73.38 points

So over the three months June, July and August we are now looking at figures of

JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST

ON THE MONEY: 50.19 points

THE ACTUARY: 26.17 points

TRIP HANDICAP: 11.81 points

SPEED AND CLASS: 60.67 points

TOTAL: 148.84 points

To £20 stakes we have a profit of £2,976.80 with some memorable gambles along the way: Whitford 20-1, Hurricane Spirit 16-1, Sand Skier 12-1, Kings Masque 16-1 (on the turf), Mataaleb 10-1, My Own Way Home 10-1 to name just a few.

You are probably thinking ‘and he gives these months for free, he must be mad’. OK, I concede that you probably weren’t thinking the first part J

With 20 plus meetings in September and the return to the regular Wolverhampton Friday evening cards, things are starting to ramp up on the All Weather front so some busy days ahead.

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

Sunday, September 02, 2012

The sun continues to shine on The Actuary subscribers

The final day of August did no justice to what was another good month for The Actuary Horse Racing Tips. As we put closure to the summer months and head in to Autumn I feel that some ghosts have been exorcised regarding the summer flat lining of the past.

The only regret for me is for those customers that annually skip away to the turf each spring returning in the autumn. It would have been good for them to have enjoyed the success.

On the positive side, given that historically the summer is not as lucrative as our winter campaigns, I cannot help but feel that after such a successful summer that the coming season is going to be a bit special.

Let’s take a look at some figures, firstly for August 2012 and then the summer as a whole.

AUGUST 2012

ON THE MONEY: 34.50 points

THE ACTUARY: 4.88 points

TRIP HANDICAP: 20.50 points

SPEED AND CLASS: 13.50 points

TOTAL: 73.38 points

So over the three months June, July and August we are now looking at figures of

JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST

ON THE MONEY: 50.19 points

THE ACTUARY: 26.17 points

TRIP HANDICAP: 11.81 points

SPEED AND CLASS: 60.67 points

TOTAL: 148.84 points

To £20 stakes we have a profit of £2,976.80 with some memorable gambles along the way: Whitford 20-1, Hurricane Spirit 16-1, Sand Skier 12-1, Kings Masque 16-1 (on the turf), Mataaleb 10-1, My Own Way Home 10-1 to name just a few.

You are probably thinking ‘and he gives these months for free, he must be mad’. OK, I concede that you probably weren’t thinking the first part J

With 20 plus meetings in September and the return to the regular Wolverhampton Friday evening cards, things are starting to ramp up on the All Weather front so some busy days ahead.

If you haven’t subscribed yet and would like to, this is your call to action. Simply visit the blog CLICK HERE and press that subscribe button.