Just Musselburgh but plenty going on!


The proof is in the pudding, as they say and without a doubt we need fingers in several pies right now, to make a profit from betting on horses.

The Ratings, OMM’s, Podcast and this section on The World of Sport are all producing results but alone, they’d struggle. The Podcast is producing some great stuff and, whilst a blind man in a dark room could have found the four winners Sean and I provided at Leopardstown, what he may have failed to find were the 22/1 Exacta and 174/1 Trifecta in the first race from the three horses Sean and I had it down to, and whilst we both were of the opinion CHACUN POUR SOI would easily win the 1-35pm race, I made sure you knew FAKIR D’OUDAIRIES was massively overpriced…he ran home second @ 28/1 producing a 12/1 CSF.

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1-25 – Non-runners have made for tissue fluctuations but the OMM advised in the morning Newsletter is still strong.

1-55 – This market has been seriously funky but I’m happy the two mentioned in the OMM’s section this morning are the ones to work with, although both HISTORIC HEART and CARLOS FELIX and up and down the prices ladders like yo-yo’s! The first named opened 11/2 > 6/1 > 13/2 > 5/1 and now trades 4/1, whilst CARLOS FELIX opened 10/1, hit 13/2, then 7/1 and now resides at 13/2.

For myself, I’ll just watch.

2-25 – The OMM advised this morning is seriously strong. If money talks, that horse wins this race.

2-55 – A very open race with just TAXMEIFYOUCAN unfancied, if the tissue is to be believed. The horse being backed since my Newsletter went out is KAIZER 8/1 > 5/1. That horse sits 6th best on my numbers and the options are, dutch my top three with that “mover”, or drop my top rated, who is the longest priced and now half a point longer than he opened.

This race had me thinking this morning as none has winning form at the trip, nor at the track. KAIZER is actually 0-3 here but, 2-5 ground, which makes him statistically best in that regard.

In such a race I’d dutch four to make a profit.

3-25 – Probably the best race on the card and we have a very short priced favourite in THIRD TIME LUCKI but he has flirted with odds on and is now the longest price he has been at even money. BAREBACK JACK has been moving between 7/2 and 4/1….now 7/2, but the next two on the tissue have been punted. TOMMY’S OSCAR 8/1 > 11/2 with BELFAST BANTER 14/1 > 9/1….SEXTANT is very weak 13/2 > 11/1 so I imagine the winner is to be found in the front four on the tissue and most likely THIRD TIME LUCKI….for sure though, TOMMY’S OSCAR looks 20/80 material.

3-55 – My top rated/OMM is still attractive to players and I have to say, the market appears to love my figures for this race now, all three being supported. No need to go looking for ghosts here!

4-25 – If I don’t drag a profit from this race, I give up! I’m seeing one heck of a punt now on BULLION BOSS, 5/1 > 9/4. This move has seen the OMM/BRF drift but still trading favourite and so it’s very much “as per newsletter”….I’ll be playing and laying like a goodun’ here!!

Best of luck!

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