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The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 29th Oct’16)
Last time around we provided a free guide which targeted a number of profitable Micro Angles for Cheltenham away from the big March Festival. There were a few qualifiers entered to run at Saturdays meeting at the track and of them Golden Doyen and For Good Measure fought out a tremendous finish to the Pertemps Network series qualifier. It was the former that emerged as the 11/1 winner getting up in the final strides to land the 1-2 for the Philip Hobbs yard.

The next meeting at Cheltenham is in two weeks’ time and we will certainly be keeping a close eye on the Micro Angle qualifiers down to run as they seem primed to be a solid source of winners throughout the rest of the jumps campaign at the home of National Hunt racing.

The aforementioned result was doubly pleasing as the Insiders Club Big Race Guru, Nick Hardman, had also selected it as part of his weekend picks to deliver an 8pt profit from the 4 that were nominated. One of the others, Mountain Bell, also went close in finishing a 1/2L runner up over at Newbury.

screen-shot-2016-07-14-at-11-00-54-768x433-opNicks followers were treated to a cracking weekend overall with just shy of 40pts profit to keep the gains for 2016 moving in the right direction. Given that Nick has now delivered in excess of +690pts profit during this campaign you might be interested to find out how he goes about it in this informative video.

We recently published the latest Betting Insiders Report (Issue 138) and the Cheltenham Micro Angles were just a small section of the 50+ gems that author Josh (www.racingtpprofit.co.uk) uncovered in his insightful article to arm the readers with ammo to profit from the winter NH campaign. You can get your hands on a copy of the full report and a whole lot more here.

A couple more that are relevant to this weekend’s action are as follows:-

Ayr Micro Angles
Class 4 races – N W Alexander 30 bets / 9 wins / 14 places / 30% sr / +14 SP / +17 BFSP / AE 1.76

Handicap Chase Debut – Miss Lucinda Russell 3 bets / 2 wins / 3 places / 67% sr / +3 SP / +4 BFSP / AE 2.56

Just a quick update for those of you that may not be familiar with the “A/E” figure, basically it is a handy calculation based on the price of the runners that compares the actual results with the percentage chance or “expected”. If the figure is bigger than 1.00 then it is a positive trend and one that should be noted carefully when evaluating the chance of the qualifiers from the angles.

From the above there are a trio of qualifiers that need to be considered from Saturday’s card at Ayr:-

2.35pm – Jet Master/Presenting Rose
5.30pm – Alizee De Janeiro

Now its Dr Nick’s Big Race selections time, click here to read on and find out what Nick fancies from this weekend’s racing action:-


Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 29th Oct

Ascot 2.25pm
Noche De Reyes appeals off a low weight with trip and ground to suit and arrives in decent form. He has gone up 6lb since his last win but that was after two decent runner-up efforts and he might still have some mileage off his current mark. Pearls Legend is as consistent as any in this line up, was second in the race last year and goes well fresh.
Pearls Legend @13/2 Gen
Noche De Reyes @15/2 Gen

Leopardstown 4.15pm
Dual purpose horses have a good record in this and Jennies Jewel looks to have each-way claims with Denis Linehan’s claim a real help. Any rain would increase her chances. At a big price Mandatario could outrun his odds for Jim Bolger and Kevin Manning. He is 2 from 4 over trips around 2 miles and is 1lb lower than for his C&D win.
Jennies Jewel @14/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places, Gen)
Mandatario @25/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places, Gen)

All that remains is to wish you a great weekend from the Betting Insiders team!

Together We Can Win
Darren & Steve

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