£219 Win Acca Smashed In Wednesday!

Our Horse Racing Tips have been in great form in recent times, with last week’s MONSTER £1,023 winning Each Way Double being the tip of an iceberg that led to over £1,648 of pure PROFIT from January’s British & Irish racing tips alone! What we wanted to add to the list was a nice Acca and that’s exactly what happened on Wednesday with all three of our Win Acca selections doing the job to bring home our £219 ticket! If you have not done so already, you can back Thursday’s Win Acca on the site right now – it returns £118.

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How We Did It

The first runner in our Win Acca was 2/1 shot Lastbutnotleast at Carlisle and the 7-year-old novice hurdler, who was having her second outing over sticks, was bidding to give trainer Donald McCain and jockey Will Kennedy a brilliant treble from the opening three races on the card. Despite drifting a tad, the horse made all of the running to defy a penalty by no less than 7 lengths and looked very talented in the process. Life will get harder when she goes up in grade but this was a great performance to keep our Acca dreams alive.

Bracken Brae came up next having been tipped at 7/4 on the back of a cracking C&D second at the start of January and the Mark Thompkins trained 5-year-old mare made no mistake by staying on strongly under the excellent Stevie Donohoe to gain a third Chelmsford success. The result never really looked in doubt as she went on to win by a solitary length and although now forced out of 0-70 handicaps, she can win again. This was the day that mattered for us, however, and a big BOOOOOOOOOOOOM subsequently followed.

We had to wait a number of hours for the last leg, Pepita, to run at Kempton in the evening but the market told us that Richard Hannon’s 3-year-old filly might be worth the wait as our early 7/4 (5p Rule 4) turned to 4/7 as floods of money arrived and she went through the race like a dream under Sean Levey, but did give us a moment of worry as she wandered around and caused the jockey to lose an iron. That wasn’t enough for the others to catch up and we landed a CRACKING £219 Win Acca. KA-BOOOOOOOM! Get in there!

Followers’ Winning Betslips

Let’s take a look at some of our loyal followers’ winning slips from today!


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