The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 11th March’17)
The wait is nearly over and the 2017 Cheltenham Festival is tantalisingly close as we enter the final weekend before what we hope will be 4 days of scintillating action at Prestbury Park!
The column inches in the racing press have grown by the day over the last few months and here at the Betting Insiders Club the last three editions of the Members Reports have contained plenty of Festival coverage from our team of industry respected authors.
In January we had Alan Dudman’s (betting.betfair) take on the ante-post markets for a number of the Championship races such as the Gold Cup, Arkle, and Champion Hurdle etc. The members who took on board his advice are sitting on a stack of value bets:-
Tues 14th March
Arkle Trophy – Min (adv 7/2) – non runner
Champion Hurdle – Brain Power (adv EW 25/1) – currently 15/2
National Hunt Chase – A Genie in a Bottle (adv EW 20/1) – currently 5/1
Thurs 16th March
Stayers Hurdle – Shaneshill (adv EW 20/1) – currently 8/1
Gold Cup – Native River (adv EW 14/1) currently 4/1
Triumph Hurdle – Defi Du Seuil (adv 6/1) – currently 9/4
Of course they still have to run and win but which position would you prefer to be in? A tenner staked on each of Alan’s ante-post selections when they were published stands to yield a profit of £543.75 and at current prices £165.63. That represents a cracking +228% value
and is an example of the level of insight that is published in the Insiders Members Reports month in month out!
The brand new edition
(Issue 143) is hot off the press and this time around includes Our Big Race Guru Nick Hardman’s in-depth look at the Cheltenham Festival handicaps that are due to be run over the 4 days at Prestbury Park, along with Gary “TheBoz” Festival Yankee! The racing section also includes some interesting angles involving the use of head-gear, along with trainers to note during April as well as the continuing series of Through the Card and a look ahead to the Grand National from a trading In-play perspective. With the season reaching a crucial stage across the main European Leagues the football guys have plenty of pointers to help with punting on a number of fronts including leading goal scorers, PFA Player of the Year, transfer news and the Premier League relegation battle. Our resident Arbitrage Guru features “Middles” this time around which when they come off can prove to be very lucrative and the line-up for this issue is completed with the latest news from our hard working team of product/service testers.
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Saturday’s racing action includes the Imperial Cup from Sandown and to find out which of the 13 entries has caught the eye of our Big Race Guru, Nick Hardman, click here to read on:- http://bettinginsiders.com
Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 11th March’17
This normally goes to an unexposed sort and Gary Moore’s Not Another Muddle could be the one to improve most of a potentially lenient mark. Fixe Le Kap fits the profile too of a young unexposed horse. He has a big absence to overcome but Nicky Henderson should have him fit enough for this and he is another who will relish the soft ground.
Fixe Le Kap
Not Another Muddle
Together We Can Win
Darren & Steve