Musharrif wins….advised @ 15/2
A cracking day with a nice follow up to Mr Strutter doing the business yesterday with MUSHARRIF winning at Beverley…advised 15/2…7/1 sp and Intense Romance just caught in the final furlong in the opener at Sandown…backed EW at 16/1.
That’s pushed us to £40 or so shy of £3k on our £1k to £10k and a cracking start to our final couple of months of the flat.
For those on the £1k to £10k challenge….our bank has NOW grown by over 190% with an ROI of over 30%….current stakes are now £37.08 EW
……..this is what private members received yesterday morning…….
Michael Dods string are still in good order following York popping in a winner yesterday at Carlisle with Archi’s Affaire……we backed INTENSE ROMANCE LTO to decent placed effect at Carlisle. He didn’t race as a 2yo but was a 6 time winner last year culminating in a big race York C2……he races off an unchanged mark today and should have come on a bit for that Carlisle run having been lightly campaigned this term.
He’s another we expect to notch in the coming months with some cut in the going and with the price double digit with a best 16/1 with Betfair about him with FOUR PAYING PLACES this morning it would be a shame too miss out if he pops early.
Sandown 13.50 – Intense Romance
Despite our liking for Our Little Pony who will certainly give a run for the money with his excellent relationship with Faye McManoman up top he get’s a bit of a widish draw here to contend with and Ger O’Neils MUSHARIFF may take advantage. LTO was given a stretch at 7f and now drops to the minimum where he best and well below his highest winning rating.
Another of 3 or 4 of these with an excellent course record he gets an apparent excellent draw and a likely toe off Bondi Beach Baby who will look to make all from Trap 1.
We’ll take the best 15/2 with Betfred about him this morning.
Beverley 15.20 – Musharrif
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