Mar 17

Mal Boyle stats – Friday 17th

IMPORTANT (I THINK IT’S IMPORTANT – THOUGH YOU MIGHT NOT!)

This is the last offering until next Tuesday (21st) as  I am taking some time off to ensure that my health stands up to the up coming busy period when the new flat season merges into the Grand Nation Festival – and beyond.  Best of luck today and over the weekend guys.

Friday’s DAILY STATS:

A restricted offering simply because there are obvious reasons why we should latch on to some outsiders today, whereby anything shorter pales into insignificance because of the reasoning to have a speculative flutter on horses which are listed below at their best current odds at the time of writing.

Ian Williams has done us some really decent favours of late whereby support for his only (28/1) runner Kapstadt at Cheltenham today (2.10) is warranted.

Talking of an outsider to consider at Cheltenham today leads me to Remiluc, a 33/1 chance for Chris Gordon (4.50) who landed a 934/1 five timer for us on Monday!  Having has three days off for ‘good behaviour’, Chris saddles just the one runner today, now boasting a 10/14 ratio of late, winners which have created a level stake profit of 25 points!

Caroline Bailey boasts figures of 4/7 of late (+4) with one runner at Fakenham today: Hatem (3.20)

Robert Cowell is not one to desert just because he saddled a loser yesterday, especially as his previous six declarations had won.  Conveniently perhaps, Robert has no entries until ….Tuesday!

I’m not deserting Stuart Coltherd either (4/8 of late) – one potential runner tomorrow in the 2.35 at Newcastle (as it stands before final declarations): Sharney Sike

We’ve had a great week so why not join me in ‘going for broke’ with a potential bookie-busting trio the length and breadth of the land!

Recommended bet is an each way Patent to the stake of your choice:

Kapstadt (2.50 Cheltenham – best price of 50/1 at the time of writing)

Hatem (3.20 Fakenham – 10/1)

Remiluc (4.50 Cheltenham – 40/1)

Depending upon the terms that your bookmakers offers, the place treble works out to 296/1 alone – that will do to keep the wolf from the door over the course of the weekend – make this wager as small as you like so as not to infringe on your main bets today!

Whilst considering your options, remember that one of my followers won the thick end of a ‘grand’ on Monday for 10p stakes – it can be done.

Now I think of it as well, I mentioned Tommy Silver (4.50) at the start of the week as an outsider to consider today, now on offer at 25/1 in a place.  You can either have a saver on ‘Tommy’ or add it into the mix in cross doubles and trebles in a 1 x 1 x 2 permutation if you wish = 5 doubles and 2 trebles.

Back on Tuesday….

 

Be lucky but as always – be aware!

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