The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 17th June’17)
Royal Ascot is looming large on the horizon and gets underway next Tuesday and therefore we would suggest that if you haven’t already sorted out your own winning methods it could pay to invest a little time in watching this interesting video.
Members of the Betting Insiders Club will have full access to all of Nick’s selections and will no doubt be hoping that things pan out as well as they did in 2016 when they ended up by just shy of a 100pt profit to advised stakes/prices.
The winners flowed each day and included Ardad (adv 20/1 e/w), Prince Of Lir (adv 11/1 e/w), Primitivo (adv 8/1), Across The Stars (adv 12/1 e/w), Sir Isaac Newton (adv 16/1 e/w) and Dartmouth (adv 10/1).
Nick’s Big Race selections form part of the comprehensive package available to members of the Betting Insiders Club so if your current punting methods are not delivering the level of profit that you would hope for then now could be the perfect time to make a positive step. You can find out more here.
To whet the appetite for the coming week tomorrow’s racing action includes some decent cards from Musselburgh, York and Sandown and a little later on we will be sharing a few snippets that have caught the eye of Big Race Guru Nick Hardman from Saturday’s cards. But just before we move on to those we have a cracking little micro method that was recently published in the Betting Insiders members report (Issue 146).
Note: Within this angle those that ran over 1m4f or further LTO are 8/14, 10 places… +53 BFSP. It should also be noted that all of Sir Michael’s runners in the period sent off bigger than 12/1 SP are 0/13, 0 places. Some prominence in the market appears to be significant.
The above was just a random sample taken from a comprehensive review of the trainer trends for the Royal festival and you can get your hands on the complete piece and a whole lot more here.
Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 17th June’17
Consolation race and plenty lining up that have run in this before.
Last year’s winner Meadway makes each way appeal off 1lb lower. A low draw is often favoured in the sprints at Mussleburgh the first four home in this last year came from stalls 4, 15, 2 and 1. Olivia Fallow was runner up in this last year and was coming to the boil before a par effort in the Dash. She also can go well at a course where she has been runner up in three of four visits.
Olivia Fallow @16/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places)
Meadway @16/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places)
Three against the field in a competitive event. Ghurka Friend will most likely try and make all and from stall 1 should make a bold bid. Top weight Salateen could try and do the same but is draw in 15 so he would have to burn up some early energy to take this up. That said he is in fine form. Gallipoli can also go well with Hanagan back in the plate.
Ghurka Friend @14/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)
Salateen @12/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)
Gallipoli @16/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places)
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