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Friday, 20 April 2018

April's Tip Comp - Week 3

Last week we saw the Grand National and Gazmachine found the 10/1 winner and has 22pts. Betmanmike still leads the way with 26pts, while the only other point scorer is HCE with 8.66pts. Still plenty to play for so make sure you get your tipping hats on and find plenty of winners. As you all know, we have an additional £25 to the winner of this month's competition and some lucky person is going to be taking the money and putting it in their pocket unless you know better. We have  1PM deadline but please get those tips in as early as you can. Good luck to all. 

Tipster selections: 

1:55 Thirsk        - Juals Spirit 2pt w (Longbow) Unp
1:55 Thirsk        - Wasntexpectingthat 2pt w (Gazmachine)2nd
1:55 Thirsk        - Connaught Court 2pt w (HCE)7th
2:55 Ayr           - The Unit 1pt ew (Racing Mama)7th
3:45 Newbury       - Afaak 2pt w (Betmanmike) Unp
3:45 Newbury       - Graphite Storm 2pt w (Jodonovan) Unp
3:45 Newbury       - Lord Of The Rock 2pt w (Rawnsley) Unp
4:05 Ayr           - Benbens 2pt w (Mark J)PU
6:30 Wolverhampton - Powerful Dream 2pt w (Bird)3rd
6:30 Wolverhampton - Red Stripes 2pt w (Eric Winner)5th
7:45 Nottingham    - The Golden Cue 2pt w (Shukman)2nd

Good luck to all


Friday, 13 April 2018

April's Tips Comp - Week 2

The second week of this month's tip comp. Not too much in the way of winners but a couple of point scorers. HCE have 8.66pts. However, Betmanmike has made his presence felt with a big priced winner and has 26pts. With the Grand National the highlight of Saturday's racing, there might be a surprise or two. Heavy ground should see very few finishers. Look out for the horse with hooves the size of dinner plates or wellington boot. Get those tips in nice and early with a 1pm deadline. Good luck to all. 

Tipster selections:

2:15 Chepstow      - Babytaggle 1pt ew (Bird) 5th 
4:40 Chepstow      - Grams And Ounces 2pt w (Shukman) 6th
5:15 Aintree       - Baies Des Iles 2pt w (HCE)Unp
5:15 Aintree       - Tiger Roll 2pt w (Gazmachine)1st (22pts)
5:15 Aintree       - Blaklion 2pt w (Dan The Man) BD
5:15 Aintree       - Gas Line Boy 2pt w (Poo)7th
5:15 Aintree       - Saint Are 1pt ew (Jodonovan) BD
5:15 Aintree       - Milansbar 1pt ew (Racing Mama)6th
5:15 Aintree       - I Just Know 1pt ew (Betmanmike) Fell 
5:15 Aintree       - Maggio 2pt w (Mark J) PU
7:30 Wolverhampton - Deia Glory 2pt w (Longbow)3rd
9:00 Wolverhampton - Peashooter 2pt w (Rawnsley) 6th
9:00 Wolverhampton - Invincible Spirit 2pt w (Eric Winner) 5th

Good luck to all 

Friday, 6 April 2018

April's Tip Comp - Week 1

It has been a long time since the last tip competition but we are resuming this month. I'm not sure if everyone will be back to play but we will soon find out. Gazmachine won last month and looking to show some form this time round. Anyway, the time for talking is done for now and all we need to do is done our tipping caps and think winning thoughts. As a thank you for your support, I will add £25 to the tip comp prize out of my own pocket. Please make your £10 competition entry via Paypal to (friends and family so it doesn't cost me commission). Get those tips in nice an early as we have a 1pm deadline. 

Good luck to all.

Tipster selections:

1:30 Kempton       - Disruptor 1pt ew (Bird) 5th
1:30 Kempton       - John Betjeman 2pt w (Longbow)3rd
1:30 Kempton       - Lihou 2pt w (HCE) 1st (8.66pts)
1:30 Kempton       - Dixieland 2pt w (Gazmachine) Unp   
1:30 Kempton       - Gingerdunthelot 1ptew (Shukman) Unp 
2:05 Kempton       - Tomily 2pt w (Eric Winner)3rd
2:05 Kempton       - Tomily 2pts w (Jodonovan) 3rd
2:25 Kelso         - Mirsaale 2pt w (Mark J)Unp
2:25 Kelso         - Mirsaale 2pt w(Poo) Unp
3:00 Kelso         - Yala Enki 2pt w (Dan The Man) 6th
5:00 Kempton       - First Mohican 1pt ew (Racing Mama)7th
7:15 Wolverhampton - Fire Diamond 2pt w (Betmanmike)1st (26pts) 
7:15 Wolverhampton - Rock Warbler 1pt ew (Rawnsley)7th 

Good luck to all 

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Tiger to Continue Elliott Roll with National Win

Weighing Room
Gordon Elliott is having a fantastic season yet again and just weeks after his many Cheltenham Festival winners, he is looking towards the Aintree Grand National. Elliott will fire many darts at the world’s most famous steeplechase, but the one that looks his best chance is Tiger Roll.
Just like Elliott himself, Tiger Roll also had a great Cheltenham Festival, cruising to success in the Cross Country Chase to warm up nicely for the National. After a victory in the Triumph Hurdle as a youngster, and a win in the four-mile novice chase last season, Tiger Roll made it three Cheltenham Festival victories with his Cross Country win. He clearly loves the course, but also seems to come to life at this time of year, something which his trainer will be hoping he can keep up going into the Aintree meeting.
As an eight-year-old, the bay gelding is in his prime right now, and is clearly a well-handicapped horse based on what we saw at Cheltenham. He hasn’t been moved in the weights for that race, as the Festival takes place after the cut-off. His victory in the Cross Country Chase looks even better when you consider that one of his main Aintree rivals was behind him. That horse was The Last Samuri, who was backed into favouritism before finishing in third place, 13 lengths behind Tiger Roll. It was the Elliott trained Tiger Roll that proved to be the better jumper and stayer that day, around the quirky course, and based on that evidence there is no reason to think that Kim Bailey’s horse can turn the tables on his rival at Aintree.
Another reason to fancy Tiger Roll is the path that he has taken to the National, which is similar to another horse of Gordon Elliott’s who will not make Aintree this year, Cause Of Causes. He was pulled up at Cheltenham but looking back to last year, he was in a very similar position to where Tiger Roll was before Cheltenham. Cause Of Causes was last year’s talking horse in the Cross Country race, and he went on to win the race. He then went to Aintree where he ran a brilliant race to finish second behind One For Arthur, who won the 2017 Grand National.

Aintree, Melling Road
While Tiger Roll is strongly fancied in this year’s race, as ever with the Grand National, the race looks to be wide open. He wasn’t the only horse to show up well at Cheltenham either; Total Recall, another strong National fancy also ran a great race at the festival. That may be surprising to say about a horse that fell at the festival, but he was travelling very nicely in the Gold Cup, and would have probably finished third if standing up, form that would give him a huge chance in the National. The tips at Timeform show that this race is wide open, with many different fancies. That is the beauty of the Grand National; there are many different horses that look interesting from a betting point of view, and the hardest part of the race is narrowing your selections down.
Alongside proving themselves to be in good recent form, Tiger Roll and Total Recall have also proven that they can act on very soft ground, something that looks likely to be a factor at Aintree based on the recent rain in the area. With over four miles to negotiate and the possibility of very soft, or even heavy ground, you will certainly need to find a horse that will stay the distance in the National.
With previous wins over four miles, good recent form and signs that the ground will be no problem, there is a lot going for Tiger Roll in the race this season. He will have a whole host of challengers trying to beat him, including Total Recall, who put himself in a great position in the Cheltenham Gold Cup before falling when making his move. There are sure to be many more opinions on the race, but Tiger Roll ticks a lot of boxes and will certainly be a popular choice on the day for punters.