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Facade strolls home at Dundalk to land the Accumulator and bookies scatter with a £400 payout to a mere tenner!   BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Tuesday was brilliant but we somehow topped it Wednesday, with a ridiculously  good day by anyones standards! Top of the list was ANOTHER winning accumulator that started with Field Of Dream in the 1.00pm at Lingfield with Adam Kirby steering the gelding home for a comfortable length success in a lowly claimer, but who cares about the class of race – a winner is a winner.
Staying on the Surrey polytrack and relying on the Sir Mark Prescott magic, the win of  Seychelloise in the 2.00pm at Lingfield was never in any doubt as the daughter of Pivotal made almost all the running for a very easy win after heavy market support, leading us to head off to Fontwell for the third leg at 2.45pm where young Martin McIntyre had an armchair ride on board Matrow’s Lady, quickening clear when asked for a very easy nine length success in the two mile three furlong handicap chase and is just the sort to follow up if turned out quickly in similar class.

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Two to go now and we all like a bit of Fruit Salad who headed off to the five furlong maiden at Kempton at 4.15pm, looking to make it third time lucky after two promising efforts at York and when runner up to Prisom over a furlong further at Wolverhampton. Trained by James Bethell, we can only assume jockey Joe Fanning was told to wait until the last moment to pounce as he carried out those instructions to the letter, getting up clsoe home to win by a short head going away from her rivals as the passed the line.

A close to four hour wait saw a few nervous twitches no doubt as we all awaited Facade to land  the odds at Dundalk but as you can guess, Aidan O’Brien and Seamie Heffernan didn’t let us down. Despite looking as if her run would be blocked at a crucial moment she was skilfully manoeuvred around the field before running on strongly to score by an easy two lengths and land bets for our followers the length and breadth of the Country and abroad as well no doubt!

Now we’ve got two in the bag we’re feeling confident, and with all four horses all winning comfortably, we’re confident we can land another in quick succession! To get the daily accumulator, click here to see our free horse racing tips page – our tips are updated at 8.45am every morning!

That wasn’t it though – our great day carried on as  the Daily NAP won  again with Man Of Harlech for trainer Andrew Balding and up and coming jockey Oisin Murphy (9/4 taken) in the 2.35pm at Lingfield, but we weren’t finished yet as the 3.00pm saw a “surprise” winner in 20/1 shot Mac N Cheese. He was no surprise to us or our followers of course as we tipped him at that price ahead of heavy support all the way down to 15/2 at the off ahead of an eight length success at Wetherby in what had looked like an ultra competitive handicap hurdle before the off! Each way punters (we cater for everyone) were also more than happy as the each way double was landed yet again to a place as Miss Yeats was third at Wetherby (7/1) and Pink Ribbon finished runner up at Kempton (11/1 taken) for a return of over £100 to a tenner each way, but amazingly, we still weren’t finished. The icing on the cake ran at Kempton as out Early Value overnight selection won at odds of 9/4 (taken) in the 7.15pm back on the all-weather surface. Lancelot Du Lac is trained by Dean Ivory and was ridden from the front by Robert Winston to come home unchallenged, and round off another superb and profitable day, and all anyone ever has to do is click here to see our free horse racing tips page each and every day!

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And Craig looks very happy!


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