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With UK racing’s flat season now starting, it’s a good time to look back on our package’s results so far and to detail what we have to look forward to over the coming months.

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Members have made more than 50 units in 2017 at 19% Profit on Turnover. The overall strike-rate for the UK Tips is now 40%.

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Here was last night’s update:

Man From Mars needed every yard of the trip yesterday to get home, but it was a good battling performance after he was well backed. A step up in distance beckons, or perhaps just softer ground, but I actually think the running style of the horse will be more important. He looks like he does not want to do much when he is in the pack and clearly responds when he gets into the open. He can certainly be covered up, but should not be asked for his effort until he is taken into clear running space.

I am sure that we were a little unfortunate with Fields Of Glory. Everything was going to plan as he moved into fourth and was challenging for third after being held up. I believe he would have reached second spot and may have closed on the winner. I was certainly counting the place money but he landed awkwardly and did the splits to come down at the third last. I will add him to the notebook as the step up in distance looked to suit him very well.

The Aintree Festival starts tomorrow, which signifies that we are close to the end of the main jumps season. We will also begin betting on the flat on Friday, so it will be an interesting end to the week.

Wednesday 5th April

Carlisle and Wincanton today, where it will be good at Wincanton but soft at Carlisle.

We have a Notebook horse running today at Carlisle, Mr Big Shot, and his entry in my notes reads:

”Very good horse. Held up, given time to make up for slight jumping errors. Powered on when it mattered in heavy ground. Big engine. Big future.” The problem is he is 1.30 today but should win easily. No other bets at Carlisle.

At Wincanton, I think we can oppose the odds on favourite Innocent Girl in the 2.50. She has won a couple of modest chases recently and now reverts to hurdles as the stable look to take advantage of the lesser handicap mark. She is moderate, and has made a lot of jumping mistakes. Sometimes horses that make mistakes often struggle when reverting to the faster pace of the hurdles contests and she is short enough for a horse that is not the most robust and is officially out of the handicap.

The one that may surprise on this ground is Listen To The Man. She has always been campaigned on soft going, but this is the absolute minimum trip today and I think she should handle it OK. Her form behind the likes of Louis Vac Pouch and The Nipper suggests that her mark of 115 is perhaps a little low and at the relative price compared to the favourite I think she is good value.

Suggested Bets – Wednesday 5th April

2.50pm Wincanton (Race 3) – Listen To The Man, 1.50 Units Win at Betfair SP.


Listen To The Man got the job done at $7.80 Betfair SP to comfortably beat the hot favourite.

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