Royal Ascot day 3 review

2:30 Royal Ascot – Notebook horse Baitha Alga did everything right in winning the Norfolk at 8/1, the daily spreadsheet not only has ratings and statistics but I also highlight horses like this 2yo winner worth taking a second look at.

3:05 Royal Ascot – Top rated and dual backing systems bet Cannock Chase was very well backed and ran out a game winner, I do think the form looks good and the time looks solid.

3:45 Royal Ascot – Notebook horse Bracelet was also the value bet in the race winning the Ribblesdale Stakes at 10/1, personally I do not think it was a strong race but I do think this filly will improve with racing.

4:25 Royal Ascot – Leading Light won the Gold Cup beating my bet and top rated Estimate, I do think the winner won well and I believe Estimate ran better than last year when winning the Gold Cup for the Queen. Missunited set some good sectional times and is probably the one top to take out of the race.

5:35 Royal Ascot – the winner and second of the King George V Stakes are defiantly group performers who were running in handicap company and dually went into my notebook.

6:10 Ffos Las – The winner Malt Marsh was a short priced favourite but rightly so having been picked up by 6 betting systems!

6:40 Ffos Las – the 9/4 favourite came up as a lay on the laying systems and was well beaten as predicted.

7:15 Ffos Las – we had 2 lays in the race which both got beat adding more money to our laying systems betting bank.

8:50 Ffos Las – Sedgemoor Express was picked up by one of our betting systems which currently has a 40% strike rate a he dually obliged to keep the strike rate high.

9:20 Ffos Las – we had 5 lays in this race all of which were beaten! The main lay in the race was the 2/1 favourite!

7:05 Leicester – we had a short priced lay in this race and i think he is still running! Another successful lay….

7:35 Leicester – we had a backing system bet and a laying system bet in this race and the backing won which also makes the lay bet another success.

8:10 Leicester – Another race whereby we had a back bet and a lay, the back bet was a multiple backing system bet and won at 5/1, the lay was the 5/2 favourite making it a perfect profitable race.

8:40 Leicester – we saved the best bet for the meeting until the second last race, the value bet Bajan Beauty won at 12/1 beating the odds on favourite.

5:55 Leopardstown – Battle Of Marathon won well on only his second racecourse appearance at 7/1 making it another successful value bet for the day.

6:20 Lingfield – we had a multiple betting system bet in the shape of Black Vale who won the seller at 9/2. We also had a lay in the race which again got beat!

7:25 Lingfield – Sonnetation just won by a short head in this fillies handicap, she was highlighted by multiple betting systems that you get on our daily spreadsheet.

8:30 Lingfield – We had two successful lays in this race one of which was the favourite.

2:10 Ripon – We had a dual betting system tip in this race which turned out to be the favourite and won. We also had a lay in the race which also got beat.

3:20 Ripon – Made In Rio was a well backed system bet and made a mockery of her handicap mark by bolting up by 7 lengths! Just as the advanced ratings suggested she would!

4:00 Ripon – Hit The Jackpot was a multiple betting system bet (highlighted by 7 backing systems) the gelding was seriously well backed and ended up the clear favourite having been as big as 3/1.

4:35 Ripon – Tropical Bachelor was another betting system bet and destroyed the field to win at 9/2, we also had a successful lay bet in the race.

5:10 Ripon – Adams Ale won this handicap just like the ratings suggested!

5:45 Ripon – The amazing run of winners continued into the last race at Ripon when Border Bandit won the final race on the card making it 6 winners from the 7 races at Ripon!!!!

 

 

 

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