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The spooky coincidence - Hugh Taylor v The Actuary

Over the past couple of weeks there have been few rock solid opportunities and yesterday evenings Kempton Park card, although boasting 72 runners on the 7 race card was more of the same. Subscribers were offered two selections at 4:30 pm the evening before (see email below)

Rasheed was on offer at 10-1 in what became a 6 runner race while Geeaitch was available at 12-1 in a 13 runner race. You can image my surprise when I went to the At The Races website at 10:00 am the following morning and saw this:


Given how outside the box these selections were, I would not have been surprised if perhaps Hugh Taylor had tipped up one of the two. To have arrived at the identical two bets as sent out to The Actuary All Weather Tips subscribers the evening before I find spooky!

I must admit that this gave greater confidence in my selections and my awareness of the affect this was likely to have on their market price drove me to doubling my stake with the intention of laying the same back once they had shortened.

It would have been nice to be reporting that one of the two selections, or even both, had found their way to the winner’s enclosure but unfortunately both disappointed. Still I was in good company and maintained my advantage in the Hugh Taylor v The Actuary stakes J


Have a cracking day with Lingfield Park, Wolverhampton and Dundalk and don’t forget, once racing is over, its Valentine’s Day!

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

Friday, February 14, 2014

The spooky coincidence - Hugh Taylor v The Actuary

Over the past couple of weeks there have been few rock solid opportunities and yesterday evenings Kempton Park card, although boasting 72 runners on the 7 race card was more of the same. Subscribers were offered two selections at 4:30 pm the evening before (see email below)

Rasheed was on offer at 10-1 in what became a 6 runner race while Geeaitch was available at 12-1 in a 13 runner race. You can image my surprise when I went to the At The Races website at 10:00 am the following morning and saw this:


Given how outside the box these selections were, I would not have been surprised if perhaps Hugh Taylor had tipped up one of the two. To have arrived at the identical two bets as sent out to The Actuary All Weather Tips subscribers the evening before I find spooky!

I must admit that this gave greater confidence in my selections and my awareness of the affect this was likely to have on their market price drove me to doubling my stake with the intention of laying the same back once they had shortened.

It would have been nice to be reporting that one of the two selections, or even both, had found their way to the winner’s enclosure but unfortunately both disappointed. Still I was in good company and maintained my advantage in the Hugh Taylor v The Actuary stakes J


Have a cracking day with Lingfield Park, Wolverhampton and Dundalk and don’t forget, once racing is over, its Valentine’s Day!