2000/1, 250/1, 112/1…. October, the month of numbers

It’s been a while since the last update and latest addition to the tracker horses but theres been a lot going on and now thats fulfilled we can get started again….

The month of October was brilliant to us and landed some members with huge bets! On one wet day at Haydock during the middle of the month we took on two races, with two horses in each, and duly landed the 1-2 in both races.

The forecasts for both races paid 250/1 and 7/1 respectively, with a few lucky members on a speculative reverse forecast double. Their £1 stake returning a whopping £2016. Christmas paid early.

The month kept getting better and the strike rate of winners was on par with the previous months 20-25% strike rate.

Just one week later we landed on a super Saturday for members. Saturdays have long been our best days but in truth it had been a while between drinks. There is however no better way to put that aside than by landing a full house trixie.

Three horses, 13/2 4/1 and 2/1, all won in total ease, the last eased down to a 10 length victory and the trixie paying 112/1. A 100 point return on the day, £10 stakes would equal £1000 profit.

The flat season is now over, its time to put some jumpers in the tracker. Click on the horses name and you can add them straight to your AT THE RACES trackers.

Fountains Collonges Soft Ground, Trips of 1.5miles and prefferable a right handed track will see you rewarded with this horse.

Laskalin Now he’s had a run under his belt he’s one to track for the Venetia Williams yard. Possibly next weeks Cheltenham meeting and the Paddy Power Gold Cup

Another Theatre Now the prep run is under her belt she is ready to strike. wait for a 0-120 handicap in class 3 or lower. 4 from 6 in that grade

Fil Dor One to follow for the festivals from the Gordon Elliott yard. Held in some regard and will be heading to the big graded hurdle races this year

Boothill A horse I fancied last week when making his seasonal return. Cruised through the race as if he were going to win by as far as he liked until blowing up late. Reportedly only 50% fit for the race and should be tough to beat next time out if he can stay fit.

Born Patriot Now qualified for the Pertemps final at Cheltenham that will be his aim. Off of 132 he may need a win or a close place to secure his place but the end goal in March will be his sole target for a shrewd yard

Frero Banbou Very obviously out for a pipe opener at Ascot last time out. Well handicapped and will undoubtedly have a target in the coming weeks/months

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