I may need to accept that Lesha seems to have lost his way, but as usual you can be sure he’ll pop up and win a nice pot at a big price when he finds himself again - the curse of a horse player! But, swiftly moving on to today, we have a few selections to kick off the weekend...
Today is another of those many days we’ve had lately when you need your notebook out and your eyes peeled, rather than wading in on half-formed opinions. It is a day for observation in the Tips Den camp anyway, but we will have a poke on a familiar rogue at a big price tonight at Sandown.
Today in the Tips Den we have three selections with two on the flat from Leicester and Redcar, and one bet up at Hexham in the maiden hurdle of their National Hunt card.
We enjoyed a good day in the den yesterday and follow up with three selections this fine Sunday. Fingers crossed these horses can show their best!
A busy Saturday full of temptations and we have plenty of betting action in the Tips Den today, fingers crossed this lot can do themselves justice and run up to form!
We have four selections on the flat in the UK today from three different meetings, along with some maiden hurdle bets across the pond in Clonmel.
We backed a winner yesterday in the shape of Bonjour Steve but it was still a frustrating day where we just about got our stakes back. It’ll be a task to claw back this month, but Sligo presents a couple of opportunities this evening and we have two bets there.
There is plenty of interesting racing on the flat today and this evening and we have seven selections to consider in the Tips Den, from four different meetings.
More crossbar efforts yesterday in the Tips Den, but grumble we mustn't. It's a fantastic day of racing in prospect and hopefully we've unearthed some value selections who can do themselves, their connections and their tipster proud. Happy punting!
Another couple of crossbar efforts yesterday with our 16/1 and 9/2 E/w bets both coming 2nd. There are three races we're getting involved with today, as we look to chisel away in search of a change in the tide....