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11/2 Winner Yesterday +
Tonight's FREE Tip

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Posted on 24th October 2017

Dear Friend,

Here again is Dave + tonight's FREE tip!

Here goes...

11/2 Winner Yesterday + Tonight's FREE Tip

I must mention the excellent work that John Burke does for us every Monday.

John regularly posts up winners here including an 11/2 winner yesterday (4/1 SP).

If you are not a member of John's excellent Victor Value service, which is in huge profit again this year, you owe it to yourself to try it.

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Talking of horses to follow, David Massey himself put up 5 to follow in this months Betting School Insiders Report.

These are well worth following as last years list produced the following results betting them until they won…

L, L, L, 33/1 Won, L, L, 22/1 Won, L, L, L, L, 10/3 Won, 13/8 Won, L, 7/2, 13/8, L, L, L

Which is a huge profit whichever way you bet them.

One of this years horses is entered tomorrow and I'm going to share that with you below. If you want to get the rest of the list you can join the Betting School Insiders Club to get them – Click Here

Landin (Seamus Mullins)

German bred, related to plenty of winners (including a couple at Listed level) this one caught my eye a couple of times in the paddock at Warwick last year, firstly when third to Don Bersy on his debut in January (finished close up behind a couple of useful sorts in Don Bersy and Dino Velvet) and then again when second to Night Of Sin the following month.

On the second occasion he’d come on physically and looked a bit more like the finished article and the way he stuck to the task, trying hard to get to the winner all the way up the straight, only confirmed to me that he’s got a decent attitude to the job.

He was then taking on Mission Impossible when thrown into the Triumph on is next start but once again, he looked a million dollars in the paddock – so much so that despite a three- figure price tag I was willing to chance a few quid each way. After getting badly outpaced and dropping to the rear at halfway, he’s started to fight his way back into it (travelling well) from two out and after the last, he’s running on well into midfield to finish a very respectable seventh, beaten under fifteen lengths.

The way connections were smiling from ear to ear after suggested they were delighted with the run and I grabbed a quick word with Jerry McGrath on the way back to the weighing room – he too was delighted and confirmed the impression that 2m4f will be his thing this year.

I was all ready for another good performance at Aintree in April but my disappointment when he came into the paddock was written all over my face – he looked very light compared to Cheltenham and that effort had clearly taken something out of him. He ran very flat that day, never getting in it, and I’d be more than happy to forgive that effort. I wasn’t at Sandown for his final effort of the season but again, it was below par. Given what I’d seen previously, I’m again inclined to forget that effort and concentrate on his earlier ones.

His underrated trainer is no fool when it comes to handicap hurdlers and I have no doubt he is capable of picking up a couple of decent prizes this year. Maybe even a tilt at the Greatwood in November could be on the cards – an end to end gallop there might suit him.

Hopefully Dave will be back with us tomorrow. I'll leave you with a tip for today from Carl Nicholson.

By the way Carl has a huge offer on at the moment which includes all his ITV tips which are in excellent form at the moment. You can find out about that here.

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Kempton 8.45 Broad Appeal 1/2pt ew @ 25/1

I hope you found that useful.

Information courtesy of the Daily Punt.

Keep a look out for our next informative + money-making email soon!

Kind Regards :-)

Richard

The UK Horse Racing Experts
www.TheUKHorseRacingExperts.co.uk