Saturday 23rd June

Good Morning

Today will undoubtedly be our busiest Saturday of The Flat season in terms of the number of bets advised. 

We have significant number of runners today but feel with (a) No tips tomorrow and (b) probably very small field in part in next 5-7 days on increasingly firm Going, that the overall staking at end of month will be well within normal confines and therefore not abnormal as medium term strategy for betting Bank. I think it could be a quiet post Ascot week if the blazing sun arrives as predicted with small uncompetitive fields.

It has been a frustrating week where "fine margins" have gone against us. A nice winner on Tuesday but the more I look back at Lord Glitters at 22/1; the more I think it was one of 2 awful Spencer rides this week, contrasted with a couple of brilliant Spencer rides, and that's why he will always be Mr Marmite. Had he just ridden Lord Glitter straight, profit for the week would have been assured on day 1. The other unlucky loser was undoubtedly First Eleven but in the main, we have been in the wrong place at the wrong time. It is a tough meeting that we cracked big time in 2015 and 2017, and we are not out of it yet. The ELITE SERVICE will focus on the Wokingham at 5.00 and I make no excuses for the innovative staking that Michael has suggested, which to my eyes is very logical.

The Daily Tips will cover races at Ascot; Redcar; Ayr and Haydock and are in the second tips box, with logic and explanations below the Daily Tips logic.

We started Royal Ascot after a stunning week of high priced winners last week, and we'll aim to try to repeat that today, and of course, there is always the "normality" that returns next week. 

We have ELITE SERVICE focussing on The Wokingham Handicap at 5.00 a race where we found the winner in 2015 and last year OUT DO at 25/1.

The Daily Tips and Mentions cover races at Ascot; Ayr; Haydock and Redcar this afternoon and Evening.

We will be CLOSED tomorrow and NO TIPS and we will be back bright and early on Monday morning at around 8.00am


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