Thursday 21st June
We have ELITE SERVICE analysis and tips in the 5.00 at Royal Ascot and the Daily Tipsters look at the 3.05 (The Professor) and 5.35 (Placespotter) respectively + a few "mentions" and a Tricast Perm in the 5.00
There are times when Horse racing can give you a timely kick in the goolies! That's why in my humble opinion you should never go over-board about successes, as the reality is; the "bite back" will come. We have had a great run with The Elite Service over the past few months and one poor day changes nothing, in the same way a good day doesn't either, it is all about consistency and building medium and long term profit.
When we found the winners of The Hunt Cup and Wokingham last year, like when we found the winner of The Grand National for the 5th time in 7 years and the 1234 in The Irsih National, I was at pains to point out that there is an "element of luck" in these types of races. I'm not sure bad luck beat us yesterday in The Hunt Cup, it didn't. The statistical and form logic said "go low or high"; we did and lost as the "middle ground" prevailed; that is unusual for Royal Ascot in big field straight races, but we have to take it on the chin and dust ourselves down to go again. To be fair to Michael he did start yesterdays message with the prophetic words "In attacking this race there is one question I cannot answer and that is the "draw factor".
We could be very brave (some would say) / very foolish (others would say) and attack more big field straight Course races at Royal Ascot today, but with more overnight watering and with another sunny dry day, I think the prudent and sensible profit building angle, may be to look at the "round Course" for the first time this week, in search of some redeeming profit.
The Professor grabbed a bit of loose each way change in the Opener, a race that saw our good friend David at DC Tipping; who has stood in for us on SP2A on a number of occasions; find a superb 33/1 advised and 25/1 winner with Signora Cabello. A number have asked (a) how they can subscribe to David's tips and (b) why he doesn't tip full time for SP2A. Both very good questions, which I will answer on Monday (once Royal Ascot is done and dusted) and I have discussed with David; we will then explain how you CAN get his tips and also clarify the logistics of his relationship with SP2A, where he is and will remain by the way, one of our 2 Speedway Analysts and Tipsters - information which those that want it, get totally free, and very successful it has been so far too.
Back with more tomorrow and lets hope we can get some profit today from some incredibly tough Cards.