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We continue with our free tips feature today courtesy of one of our top recommended horse racing tipsters, the Bet Alchemist.

Just a reminder that in total since starting up in 2012 the Bet Alchemist has made over 600 points profit, which is very impressive going.

Today they preview the Victoria Cup at Ascot, with a bumper field going to post in what should be a cracking race.

Please note you can get FREE tips for the big races every Saturday here.

These free Saturday tips have made over 175 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27%  strike rate, so are well worth checking out. That’s from over 500 bets going back to 2014, so a substantial sample size. You can view the full results spreadsheet here.

And the nice thing about following these selections is that it’s only once a week so minimal effort involved!

Anyway, let’s get on with today’s tips. These are shared courtesy of the Bet Alchemist:

 

ON A SESSION AT ASCOT

The Victoria Cup is a cracking race with all of 29 runners declared yesterday. A huge cavalry charge up the straight course is a sight to behold!

There has been heavy rain this morning with the ground gone soft so expect a couple of withdrawals. These big field handicaps are fiendishly difficult to pick the winner of, however over the course of the season if we can land two or more winners we should be ahead of the bookies. Here’s to a great start this afternoon as we have chosen two big priced runners to back against the field.

The good to soft ground on Friday will be soft come this afternoon with heavy showers forecast this morning. I am keen to side with two lightweights drawn middle to high. On A Session is well known to us having raced twice at the Galway festival last summer when trained in Ireland. He is a tough horse who handles cut in the ground well. His best effort at the competitive Galway festival came when third to Current Option over the stiff seven furlongs on soft ground. On A Session finished just over a length behind Current Option who went on to win at listed and Group 3 level.

The runner up in that “Ahonoora” Handicap at Galway was none other than Njord who easily landed the Balmoral Handicap here on British Champions Day. On A Session impressed last weekend on his second run for new trainer David Barron. In that Thirsk Hunt Cup, On A Session raced on the front end and was only passed by the winner Storting at the furlong pole. He plugged on well for fourth place on good to firm ground. A low weight of 8-6 allied with a good high draw in stall 28 can see On A Session give a big win this afternoon.

Richard Fahey is due a win in one of these Ascot handicaps and runs two today. Of his pair it is Zip who looks to have the best chance especially if/when the ground turns soft. This horse ran well last season such as when a close second to Harrison Point at Beverley. He ended the season with a win at Doncaster on soft ground. Last week he won snugly at Newcastle over 7 furlongs ridden by Tony Hamilton. The handicapper has raised him 4lbs but that is negated by the booking of Laura Pearson claiming 5lbs.

The key is soft ground as this horse thrive on soft ground with a record of 2-4-2 from 11 runs. The trip and ground have come right for this inform horse and this might be his big chance of landing a valuable handicap with a feather weight of 7-11 on his back. There are not too many decent jockeys who can ride that low but Laura is good value for her claim having rode 18 winners this season so far.

Of the rest, well it is course form that is a big positive at Ascot. The likes of Raising Sand, Chiefofchiefs & River Nymph should run well but are priced up accordingly.

Ascot- 3:40

0.5 Point Each Way On A Session 22/1 Skybet paying 7 places else 22/1 generally, use bookie paying at least 6 places.

0.5 Point Each Way Zip 22/1 Paddy Power & Betfair SB paying 6 places & BOG else 20/1 Skybet paying 7 places

Compare Odds at Ascot 15:40 Betting Odds Winner | Horse Racing | Oddschecker

 

Thanks to the Bet Alchemist for that free tip and the detailed write-up. Good luck if you’re having a flutter on the 2000 Guineas today or having any other wagers this weekend. 

You can get these free tips every Saturday courtesy of the Bet Alchemist here.

 

 

 

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We are pleased to bring you some free tips today, courtesy of the Betting Gods team. 

If you are not familiar with them, Betting Gods is a tipster platform featuring betting experts in a range of sports including horse racing, football, tennis, NFL, basketball and more. 

Some of our top recommended tipsters are based at Betting Gods, including Quentin Franks Racing – our number one recommended horse racing tipster – and the service that won Tipster of the Month two months in a row, The Outside Edge.

Betting Gods have kindly allowed us to share two free tips today from their stable of tipping experts:-

 

Free Tip #1

14:45 Chester – Bakersboy

Advised 1pt Win @ 13.00 / Available 12.00

Provided By:  The Bookies Enemy

 

Free Tip #2

Edmonton Oilers vs Vancouver Canucks – Edmonton Oilers -1.5 AH

Advised 7pts @ 1.98 / Available 1.98

Provided By: NHL Betting Master

 

 

So fingers crossed for these tips and thanks to the Betting Gods for sharing them with us. 

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Get Your Free 2000 Guineas Tips Here!

We continue with our free tips feature today courtesy of one of our top recommended horse racing tipsters, the Bet Alchemist.

Just a reminder that in total since starting up in 2012 the Bet Alchemist has made over 600 points profit, which is very impressive going.

Today they preview the 2000 Guineas, the season’s first Classic and one of the highlights of the flat racing calendar.

Please note you can get FREE tips for the big races every Saturday here.

These free Saturday tips have made over 180 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27%  strike rate, so are well worth checking out. That’s from over 500 bets going back to 2014, so a substantial sample size. You can view the full results spreadsheet here.

And the nice thing about following these selections is that it’s only once a week so minimal effort involved!

Anyway, let’s get on with today’s tip. This is shared courtesy of the Bet Alchemist:

 

WEMBLEY TO SCORE IN GUINEAS

Kitty’s Light was most unfortunate in the Bet365 Gold Cup last weekend to see out the jumps season on a winner!

That is all in the past and we on to the flat turf season with the first classic of the season. The 2000 guineas is for 3yo colts or fillies only but normally the fillies wait for the 1000 guineas on Sunday.

The Irish trainers look to have a strong hand in the 2000 guineas with Aidan O’Brien, Jim Bolger, Jessie Harrington & Joseph O’Brien supplying six of the fifteen runners.

Wembley looks sure to relish going out in trip to a mile who has 1st Jockey to Coolmore Stud Ryan Moore booked to ride. Ryan rode Wembley when second in the Dewhurst stakes here last October. In that race Ryan settled Wembley out the back and he made up significant ground to finish second beaten under a length by stablemate St Mark’s Basilica. That was impressive on soft ground and he looks certain to stay a mile on fast ground well.

Thunder Moon beat Wembley in the Group 1 National Stakes in Ireland when once again Wembley was left with lots of ground to make up from his position out the back. If Ryan can keep Wembley closer to the pace on fast ground he has a great chance of powering to the front up the finishing climb to the winning line. Wembley is not badly drawn in stall 8 in the middle giving Ryan options to come down the middle or come across towards the rail.

Of the rest, Thunder Moon is an obvious danger having won the Group 1 Vincent O’Brien stakes at the Curragh. He has a good turn of foot so a sedate pace would suit him best. Lucky Vega is all speed and I’d be surprised if he stays a truly run mile but connections are correct to give it a shot. Jim Bolger should never be underestimated when sending a runner to the UK. His Poetic Flare won a listed 7 furlong trial race nicely at Leopardstown this season and can step forward again. The other Aidan O’Brien pair of runners, Battleground & Van Gogh have strong chances but Ryan Moore has chosen Wembley which is fully respected. Chindit runs for trainer Richard Hannon who has a solid record with his runners in this race. He bombed out here on soft ground in the Dewhurst stakes so has a course question to answer this afternoon.

The main UK challenger could be Master of the Seas who finished a close fourth in the Group 1 National Stakes at the Curragh. He is on home turf this time round and won nicely over course and distance in the Craven Stakes. The other Godolphin runner One Ruler finished second to Mac Swinley in a Group 1 on heavy ground at Doncaster having previously won a Group 3 at Newmarket in good style.

A cracking contest but it is the Aidan O’Brien trained Wembley that looks bound to improve the most for stepping up to a mile.

Newmarket – 3:40

1 Point Each Way Wembley 5/1 William Hill paying 5 places.

Compare Odds at Newmarket 15:40 Betting Odds Winner | Horse Racing | Oddschecker

 

Thanks to the Bet Alchemist for that free tip and the detailed write-up. Good luck if you’re having a flutter on the 2000 Guineas today or having any other wagers this weekend. 

You can get these free tips every Saturday courtesy of the Bet Alchemist here.

 

 

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We continue with our free tips feature today courtesy of one of our top recommended horse racing tipsters, the Bet Alchemist.

Just a reminder that in total since starting up in 2012 the Bet Alchemist has made over 600 points profit, which is very impressive going.

Today they preview the Bet365 Gold Cup which is part of the final day of the UK Jumps Season, held at Sandown racecourse. 

Please note you can get FREE tips for the big races every Saturday here.

These free Saturday tips have made over 180 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27%  strike rate, so are well worth checking out. That’s from over 500 bets going back to 2014, so a substantial sample size. You can view the full results spreadsheehere.

And the nice thing about following these selections is that it’s only once a week so minimal effort involved!

Anyway, let’s get on with today’s tips. These are shared courtesy of the Bet Alchemist:

 

EL PRESENTE HAS BIG CHANCE IN BET365 GOLD CUP

The final day of the UK Jumps season. The big question is will Altior be able to win on just his second run of the whole season. Henry De Bromhead sends over Put The Kettle On who won the Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. She should enjoy the jumping test and stiff finish at Sandown. The heart says Altior can win and maybe go our in style like his stablemate Theinval last Sunday.

We look at the much better betting race that is the bet365 Gold Cup. Sixteen runners go to post on watered ground which is officially good, good to firm in places on the chase course.

The stats show that eight out of the past nine winners carried 11 stone or less with Tidal Bay the exception carrying 11-12 to victory in 2012. However, the race this year is a tight-knit handicap with just 18lbs between the top weight Crosspark and second from the bottom Bob Mahler. The outlier is Supreme Escape who gets in carrying just 10 stone. I believe Supreme Escape to be too short at around 7/1 considering he too ages to get to the front at Chepstow in a much weaker race over a similar trip.

El Presente looks a much better bet having really got the hang of chasing following a couple of blips over fences when starting out over fences. He has finished 131113 on his latest six runs over fences. He caught the eye on his comeback run last month at Ludlow when not given a hard time behind Checkitout. That was his first run since winning the Badger Beers Chase at Wincanton from Potterman. El Presente finished off his race strongly at Wincanton and will love the good ground and extra half a mile. Kim Baily and David Bass have enjoyed a great season and can end this campaign with another big win.

Kitty’s Light has been on my shortlist for this race since rattling home for third place in the Badger Beers Chase at Wincanton. I rate that form strongly as it was a true run race and Kitty’s Light was impeded by a faller after the third last fence. He hit the line hard and looks sure to relish the extra half a mile. Trainer Christian Williams gave him a break around Christmas. Kitty’s Light ran twice in Lingfield NH bumpers as well as a poor run at Newbury over hurdles. He reverted to fences last month at Kelso and won the Borders Handicap Chase.

Stamina is Kitty’s Light strong point and at Kelso he powered home to beat Didero Vallis by a neck. As a result, the handicapper has raised him 4lbs to a career high mark of 139. Regular jockey Jack Tudor claims off 3lbs leaving Kitty’s Light carrying 10-12 today. Kitty’s Light remains unexposed over fences. He has won four of his six chase starts and placed on the other two runs.

Of the rest I think Plan of Attack does not have the form figures to suggest he should be a 9/2 favourite. The Alan King trained Potterman has a chance if staying this trip while the Neil Mulholland pair The Young Master & Doing Fine go well at Sandown but are getting on in years.

Sandown – 3:40

0.5 Point Each Way El Presente 9/1 Skybet paying 6 places.

0.5 Point Each Way Kitty’s Light 8/1 Skybet paying 6 places.

Compare Odds at Sandown 15:40 Betting Odds Winner | Horse Racing | Oddschecker

 

Thanks to the Bet Alchemist for those free tips and the detailed write-ups. Good luck if you’re having a flutter on the Bet365 Gold Cup today or having any other wagers this weekend. 

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We are pleased to bring you some free tips today, courtesy of the Betting Gods team. 

If you are not familiar with them, Betting Gods is a tipster platform featuring betting experts in a range of sports including horse racing, football, tennis, NFL, basketball and more. 

Some of our top recommended tipsters are based at Betting Gods, including Quentin Franks Racing – our number one recommended horse racing tipster – and Tipster of the Month for the last two months, The Outside Edge.

Betting Gods have kindly allowed us to share two free tips today from their stable of tipping experts:-

 

Free Tip #1

14:10 Ludlow – Misty Bloom

Advised 1pt Win @ 12.00 / Available 10.00

Provided By: The Outside Edge

 

Free Tip #2

16:30 Catterick – Electric Blue

Advised 2pt Win @ 3.25 / Available 2.63

Provided By: Diamond Racing Tips

 

So fingers crossed for these tips and thanks to the Betting Gods for sharing them with us. 

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Free Scottish Grand National Tips

We continue with our free tips feature today courtesy of one of our top recommended horse racing tipsters, the Bet Alchemist.

Just a reminder that in total since starting up in 2012 the Bet Alchemist has made over 600 points profit, which is very impressive going.

Today they preview the Scottish Grand National which is normally run on a Saturday but has been moved to tomorrow due to Prince Philip’s funeral today. 

Please note you can get FREE tips for the big races every Saturday here.

These free Saturday tips have made over 180 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27%  strike rate, so are well worth checking out. That’s from over 500 bets going back to 2014, so a substantial sample size. You can view the full results spreadsheet here.

And the nice thing about following these selections is that it’s only once a week so minimal effort involved!

Anyway, let’s get on with this weekend’s tips. These are shared courtesy of the Bet Alchemist:

 

NOT A CHANCE IN SCOTTISH GRAND NATIONAL

It’s another Grand National this weekend with the Scottish Grand National rescheduled for Sunday. That is to pay respect to the Duke Of Edinburgh whose funeral takes place this afternoon.

There are 23 declared runners though a maximum of 30 runners are allowed. Nevertheless, this is a prestigious prize and a great race to watch come Sunday afternoon.

Alan King mentioned this race as the logical target for Notachance following his success in the Classic Chase at Warwick in January. Notachance is a hard horse for the handicapper to fully assess as he idles badly when in front. He won easily at Bangor On Dee in November before been heavily backed to win the Classic Chase. At Warwick he jumped well just behind the leaders before working his way to the front much too soon turning into the long finishing straight. Achilles came out of the pack to challenge with both he and Notachance pulling clear.

Ignore the run of Notachance at Haydock in the Grand National trial as he hurt his foot and finished badly lame. Alan King has given the horse time to recover, and he arrives at Ayr a fresh horse. This is only his eight run over fences, and he will relish going out in trip to four miles. Tom Cannon will be at pains to deliver him as late as possible in a race Alan King won with Godsmejudge back in 2013.

Nigel Twiston-Davies has been quiet in the weekend races this season. He has trained 59 winners so that is only 4 winners off his lowest tally of 63 over the past five seasons. The Scottish National is a race he has been close to winning before with several placed runners. Ballyoptic lost by a nose to Joe Farrell in 2018. Cogry was a neck behind Vincente in the 2017 version with Benbens just over two lengths back in third.

The Hollow Ginge comes into this race totally under the radar despite a cracking run in the Ladbrokes Trophy won by Cloth Cap last November at Newbury. In that race The Hollow Ginge was ridden out the back but made good progress to strongly finish 14 lengths behind Cloth Cap but just four lengths behind Ayr Right in second place hitting the line hard.

The runner up, Aye Right and third placed The Conditional both franked the form with solid runs thereafter. The Hollow Ginge wore a first-time visor at Newbury which rekindled his better form. We need to ignore his latest two runs when unseating in the Welsh National and getting pulled up in the Classic Chase at Warwick. The easier fences and good ground can help with his jumping as he is not overly big. He is 8lbs better off against Aye Right on their run in the Ladbrokes Trophy when finishing only four lengths behind Aye Right. The extra trip will suit and he carries a low weight of 10-11. At a big price The Hollow Ginge is worth backing to bounce back to his best.

Sunday Ayr – 3:35

0.5 Point Each Way Notachance 12/1 Paddy Power & Betfair SB, both paying 6 places.

0.5 Point Each Way The Hollow Ginge 33/1 Skybet paying 7 places.

Compare Odds at Ayr Sunday 15:35 Betting Odds Winner | Horse Racing | Oddschecker

 

Thanks to the Bet Alchemist for those free tips and the detailed write-ups. Good luck if you’re having a flutter on the Scottish Grand National tomorrow or having any other wagers this weekend. 

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It’s the Grand National today and after last year’s race was cancelled due to covid, there is even more anticipation for this year’s renewal which should be a cracker. 

Cloth Cap is the current favourite at 11/2, with Minella Times ridden by Cheltenham heroine Rachael Blackmore the second favourite at 10/1. 

There are some great free bet offers available for this race, the best of which is Bet365’s bet £250 get £125 free (subject to availability, t&cs apply).

Below we have some free tips for the race courtesy of the Bet Alchemist. Their free Saturday tips have made over 180 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27% strike rate from over 500 tips.

Good luck if you’re having a flutter in the big race today!

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IT’S THE MULLINS SHOW IN GRAND NATIONAL

Willie & Patrick Mullins aim to become the second Father and Son trainer & Jockey combination to win the Grand National later today.

Ted and Ruby Walsh managed were the first when Ruby rode Papillon to win the most famous race in the world back in the year 2000. The Irish trained runners look to have a strong hand but Cloth Cap is 10lbs well in relative to his new handicap rating and that gives the home team the favourite. However, the big question is can Cloth Cap last this marathon trip with the progeny of his sire Beneficial not dour stayers. Welsh National winner Potters Corner is sure to get the trip but would prefer softer going and the same applies to Kimberlite Candy.

Freewheelin Dylan won the Irish National at odds of 150/1 last Monday so if you fancy a horse at big odds don’t let anyone put you off having a fiver on as you “just never know what could happen!”

Burrows Saint was laid out by Irish champion trainer Willie Mullins for the Aintree Grand National of 2020 that never took place. What we do know is Willie only ran Burrows Saint twice last season before the National weights were announced. He finished third in the Grade 1 Drinmore chase over 2m4f which was an inadequate trip. The second run was over hurdles last New Years Eve at Punchestown which Burrows Saint won against mainly mid 140 rated hurdlers. The key thing to note is that Willie like many a national horse trainer was protecting Burrows Saint chasing handicap mark before the weights are announced every February. We know that he was given a rating of 156 by the British Handicapper for the 2020 National and is rated the same for the 2021 version.

Burrows Saint has the form to win a national. As a novice chaser having his fourth chase start, he won the Irish Grand National. It was Willie Mullins first time to train the winner of the Irish National and he trained the runner up and third home as well! Willie Mullins said following that race “that’s his third run in six weeks, so it’s shows what kind of ability he might have in the future”. Commanche Court & Our Duke are two other lightly raced horses to win the Irish National and they turned out to be Gold Cup horses.

Burrows Saint is proven over a marathon trip and handles spring ground well. This season he was campaigned over hurdles at Clonmel and Gowran Park where he ran under par on winter heavy ground. Once the Grand National weights were announced Willie reverted to fences with Burrows Saint needing a clear round at Fairyhouse to qualify for this race. He duly ran a nice race to finish second to stablemate Acapella Bourgeois and will strip much fitter today. Patrick Mullins rides with Paul Townend injured. Patrick is a good pilot over fences and looked a natural riding Livelovelaugh to win the Topham Chase yesterday.

Magic of Light ran a massive race on her first run over the national fences back in 2019. She jumped for fun but raced a bit too freely, smashed through the Chair fence on the final circuit, yet still ran strongly through the line! This mare has bags of scope for jumping fences and proven stamina in the bag. She is two years older this time round but remains in good form having won a listed chase at Newbury as well as placing second to Roksana in a Grade 2 mares hurdle this season.

We can forgive her latest run at the Cheltenham Festival with the trip too short in a Grade 2 race that was all but a Grade 1 for the first two Colreevy and Elimay. The positive is Magic of Light didn’t endure a hard race and this race has been her goal for the past two years. Robbie Power rides with Magic Of Light just the 5lbs higher than when runner up to Tiger Roll in 2019.

Aintree – 5:15

0.5 Point Each Way Burrows Saint 9/1 Unibet & Skybet, both paying 6 places.

0.5 Point Each Way Magic Of Light 16/1 Betvictor, Skybet & Unibet, all listed bookies paying 6 places.

Compare Odds at Grand National Betting Odds 2021 | Oddschecker

 

Thanks to the Bet Alchemist for those free tips and the detailed write-ups. Fingers crossed for a good showing from those horses today!

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It’s the first major of the golfing calendar this week from the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. 

One of the highlights not just of the golfing year but the sporting one, the Masters is famed for its fast greens, beautiful surroundings and high drama.

The favourite for the tournament this year is Dustin Johnson at around 9/1 after his runaway success last year.

Just behind him in the betting are the likes of Bryson DeChambeau at 11/1 who will hope to improve on his mediocre Augusta record and Jordan Spieth, who is many people’s choice at 11/1 after a hot run of form that culminated in victory last week at the Valero Texas Open. 

It’s a great week for punters as the bookies are offering up to 11 places for each-way betting, which is cracking value particularly in a reduced field like the Masters with a number of the players being old-timers. 

If you are looking for some tips for the Masters then we can highly recommend the Golf Insider, who has a phenomenal betting record. 

The Golf Insider’s winners include:

  • Martin Laird – WON at 250/1
  • Marc Warren – WON at 150/1
  • Chris Kirk – WON at 125/1
  • Rasmus Hojgaard – WON at 200/1
  • Andrew Dodt – WON at 150/1
  • Corey Conners – WON at 175/1
  • Cameron Champ – WON at 150/1
  • Hennie Otto – WON at 80/1
  • Thomas Pieters – WON at 66/1
  • Martin Kaymer – WON at 70/1

Amazing stuff. Plus there have been a whole host of high-priced placed finishes as well, which are too numerous to mention here. 

In total the Golf Insider has made over £20,000 profit at advised stakes since starting up in 2014 at an ROI of 27%, which is sensational tipping. 

He absolutely crushed it in our live trial as well with winners at prices of 250/1, 150/1, 20/1, 30/1, 12/1 and 50/1.

He has some big bets lined up for this week’s Masters, including:-

  • xxxxxxxxxxxx at 12/1 
  • xxxxxxxxxxxx at 30/1
  • xxxxxxxxxxxx at 30/1 
  • xxxxxxxxxxxx at 40/1 
  • xxxxxxxxxxxx at 40/1

All each-way and in with great chances. 

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Whether you follow these tips though or place your own selections, good luck this week and here’s hoping you find the winner! 

 

 

 

 

 

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Free Tips for Today’s Fairyhouse Festival

We are pleased to bring you a brand new feature today – some free tips courtesy of one of our top recommended horse racing tipsters, the Bet Alchemist!

We originally reviewed the Bet Alchemist back in 2016 when it received a PASSED rating and we have been following it ever since. 

The results have continued to be very good, with over 200 points profit made since our trial ended. That would be over £5,000 at £25 per point stakes.  

In total since starting up in 2012 the Bet Alchemist has made over 600 points profit, which is very impressive going.

Today they preview the Fairyhouse Easter Festival, which they have kindly let us share below. 

In the meantime, if you would like free tips like this for the big races every Saturday, you can register your interest here.

These free Saturday tips have made over 180 points profit at an excellent 25% return on investment and with a 27%  strike rate, so are well worth checking out. That’s from over 500 bets going back to 2014, so a substantial sample size. You can view the full results spreadsheet here.

And the nice thing about following these selections is that it’s only once a week so minimal effort involved!

Anyway, let’s get on with today’s tips. These are shared courtesy of the Bet Alchemist:

 

MAGIC AT FAIRYHOUSE EASTER FESTIVAL

A busy day of racing action with seven cards of racing covering both the flat and jump racing codes.

Musselburgh and Haydock host decent cards but it is the Grade A handicap hurdle at Fairyhouse which provides the best handicap of the day. The winner will take home all of €47,200 so you can be guaranteed all runners will be trying their best to land this good pot.

The favourite is Eclair De Beaufeu who has been busy and placed fourth in the County hurdle at the Cheltenham festival just 15 days ago. His hurdling technique is not the best and is easily passed over at at skinny price of 11/4! The two horses I like and believe are overpriced are Magic Tricks & Golden Jewel available at double digit prices.

Magic Tricks is a full brother to Champion hurdle contender Abracadabras and drops back to handicap company. He won his maiden over hurdles in taking fashion at Navan in December showing a great turn of foot. Connections tested him at Grade 2 level on just his second run over hurdles and he got found out behind Dreal Deal. We can forgive him that run as he found some trouble and it was a strongly run contest with an end to end gallop. His latest run was in a Grade 1 at the Dublin Racing Festival when well held by Appreciate It. That winner won the supreme hurdle while the sixth home Gallopin Des Champs won the Martin Pipe hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. It was a strong race and Magic Tricks looks nicely handicapped from a mark of 132 if able to overcome his lack of experience.

Local based vet & trainer Edward Cawley aims his stable star Golden Jewel at this valuable contest. Golden Jewel has some excellent placed efforts in similar Grade A handicaps including a second and fifth in Grade B handicaps this season at Down Royal and Leopardstown. The yielding ground is fine and this strong travelling sort can hold a decent position for his 3lb claiming jockey Chris Timmons. They have kept him fresh since the Dublin Racing Festival and you can bet he is primed to run a huge race at connections local racing festival.

Fairyhouse – 4:05

0.5 Point Each Way Magic Tricks 10/1 Paddy Power & Betfair SB both paying 5 places.

0.5 Point Each Way Golden Jewel 16/1 generally, use bookie paying at least 5 places.

Compare Odds at Fairyhouse 16:05 Betting Odds Winner | Horse Racing | Oddschecker

 

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Today we have a new trial to share with you, courtesy of our friends over at Back Lucrative.

We reviewed Back Lucrative last year and awarded it a passed rating after making over 100 points profit in our trial.

Their other service, Hidden Winners, is currently over 50 points up for our live trial.

Well now they are opening up membership to another successful service – called Flat Flyers. It looks very promising and they are currently offering a special trial of it.

You can get a trial of Flat Flyers here.

The Flat Flyers service made +237 points profit during last year’s flat season and with flat racing just underway again it’s a great time to get involved.

Michael who runs Back Lucrative is one of the most respected tipsters out there and we’ve always found his services to be high quality.

So we are hoping this will be the same but as ever we will be running a live trial here at Honest Betting Reviews so we will see how it gets on.

In the meantime you can check out Flat Flyers for yourself here.