All Out to Win

 £400 ON THE NOSE

Roy's selection, Liberty Lady, ran a cracking race yesterday at Kempton at odds of 25/1 (I managed to place a bet on Betfair at 70 to win 1,000). It finished 6th, not beaten that far, and looks the type to improve.


 As Roy stated: 'Put in a good effort and shaped as if needing the run, I will keep an eye on her as fully expect to recoup losses with this one.'

Well, today, he's on the prowl again but this time with a much shorter-priced offering. This is what he has to say:

14:00 Huntington - Dream Function £400 win 5/2

Full result: (click)


'Full sister to Captain Chris, I was impressed seeing this one on her hurdling debut at Wincanton lto, 2nd to the useful looking and well supported favourite way back when, travelled strongly throughout and but for a mistake at the last would have been right there at the finish. Ground and trip today are ideal. The main danger for me will be Line freedom well bred and clearly has ability. Won impressively over 2 miles at towcester on hurdling debut has since made jumping errors on last two starts when being upped in trip. For me the selection looks a better type and has shown a better attitude and I expect she will get off the mark today.'


Roy's blog - All Out To Win - started at the beginning on February and I like his straightforward, selective approach to betting and blogging.

His bio says:

It’s seems that betting on shorter prices is becoming ever less popular these days. So I guess I’m slightly old school in my approach to betting. I mainly go for shorter priced selections and mostly large single win bets. With a starting bank of £10,000 and betting at £100 a point I aim to make around 200 points by the end of the flat season 2011. I’m going to treat this blog as a diary so looking back I can highlight ways to improve. Any thoughts/feedback is appreciated. Regards

Click on this link to learn more: All Out To Win.

2 comments:

James Managan said...

Please add my blog. New this weekend.

http://rugbytippingblog.blogspot.com/

Thanks,
James

HCE said...

Hi James,

Good to have a rugby perspective on HCE. I will add you under Walking The Blogs as there is more room to give a summary.

Please add our link to your website.

Regards,
Jason