Lagenda wins….advised @ 11/2


Money we lost last week on LAGENDA was recouped, plus more, as Danny Tudhope got him home by 3/4l from the favourite Great Colacci. Liam Bailey’s yard have hit some decent form and we will record 11/2 about this one, though a few of you got that bit of 13/2 available from bet365 just before 8.00am.

That’s over 50pts profit to 1pt EW stakes but am advised by ‘Grecianite’, one of our long term members that win singles backers are now nearly 100pts to the good. That does reflect our excellent win strike rate of 22.5% with 9 winners from the first 40 bets. Ordinarily we are happy with a 10-12% win rate and an overall 40-45% win/place rate to generate our profits.

However this season, whilst still at that overall win/place rate there’s been a higher percentage of winners. Happy days and let’s look to keep the roll going 🙂


For those on the £1k to £10k seasonal challenge its currently a 42.5% win/place rate and our bank is £1697.34 with an ROI of over 65% with current stakes £21.22 EW


…….this is what private members received at 8.00am in the morning…….


Today’s Selections

Ayr 13.45

We made the case for LAGENDA last week and have faith that the run was an underachievement.

Entered the tracker on penultimate run when just losing 2nd at the death under Jason Hart, which was a step up following a run at Thirsk after six months off.

Off 55, there’s no reason he shouldn’t feature and aim to come out of the pack with favourite, Carlovian likely to set a strong pace. This race is a significant drop and with Danny Tudhope up top we look for a more positive outcome from a favoured higher draw.

Same ‘Woolworths Window’ statement for Lucky Violet 🙂

There’s a best 13/2 with bet365 at time of posting.

Ayr 13.45 – Lagenda



Today’s Bets……..

Good luck if you’re going with your EW selections today.


Ayr 13.45 – Lagenda


For New or Upgrade’s to Memberships…….



Here’s a spreadsheet of our betting selections and results after we decided to go to a paid service after we found other groups ‘ripping’ our selections…. just switch between the tabs at the bottom of the sheet to view each year


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