A busy Easter Sunday of sporting action with good football and my county (Clare) playing a big hurling match this afternoon. But horse racing takes centre stage for betting purposes, as always (because I’m hopeless at betting on anything else!), and we have a good few selections over the jumps from various parts of the local Islands.
Summer is on it's merry way and for us racing punters that means just the one thing - Evening Racing!! Sedgefield and Dundalk are both hosting action during spring twilight this evening and we have three selections for your consideration.
I must admit to being quite excited about the upcoming flat season and for me, the Craven meeting (starting tomorrow) is when it really notches up a gear. But for today, Exeter's jumping card holds our attention with three interesting selections.
Well we are mid-way through April and sitting nicely in terms of P/L to close out the month in a positive fashion. Following a few very busy days in the den, we have just the two selections today from Hexham.
A bumper Sunday of strong looking selections around all sorts of tracks is what we have today. With the London Marathon hotting up, Liverpool Vs Man City and the US Masters finale later on, along with some cracking racing to get stuck into, it is a wonderful day of sport. Have a look at these:
Following a couple of successful days for Tips Den followers, we look to four of today’s meetings in search of value have there are selections for both the Scottish National and the Greenham - among other dips in the water.
The start of the two-day Scottish Grand National meeting at Ayr, along with the Greenham meeting kicking off at Newbury and plenty of other action about the place, makes this Friday a pleasing one for a racing fan and punter. Here are some bets for the day.
Having taken a look at the Scottish Grand National this week, I found myself not fancying anything too strongly, other than a loving nod toward Tidal Bay. But there was one notable absentee from the race and it got me looking at Sandown’s showpiece at the end of this month.
Lord Of Lords? Lord Of Losses more like! Yes, the formerly promising Edward O'Grady inmate gets the Kev squiggle now following yesterday's race. He clearly is missing that early spark he showed at the moment. But we had a winner to level things up for the day, and we're busy this afternoon too.
Nottingham’s first two maidens are interesting races, in fact it is a good card and while it is tempting to get involved, its a long season ahead - so its notepads at the read there instead. One or two maidens caught the eye on the A/W, but we look to Limerick for today’s two selections.