40/1, 22/1 and 7/1 Accas headline incredible 24 hours at myracing!

Redcar Racecourse

Tuesday was a day to savour at myracing, as we enjoyed a day filled with successful selections! A NAP win like no other started off the day, before our Win Accumulator and Mega Accumulator closed it in style!

We’ll have horse racing tips for all of the day’s action on Wednesday too, including a NAP of the Day as well as Win and Mega Accumulators!

Naamoos in another parish

5/4 winning NAP Selection!

Tipped up at 5/4 last night, Naamoos was a very confident selection for the 1.30pm at Beverley. That being said, winning by seventeen lengths wasn’t quite how we envisaged the finish!

You’d be forgiven for thinking it was a race over hurdles given that winning margin, but no, it was a seven-furlong novice contest! In just two furlongs, Mark Johnston’s charge turned the race on its head. A 20p Rule 4 certainly wasn’t enough to dampen our spirits, not one bit!

Accumulating the rewards!

7/1 Win Accumulator and 40/1 Mega Accumulator successes!

After such an empathic success for our NAP, it was only right that our accumulators would follow in kind. Let The Heirs Walk (4/7) started off both multiples in style, winning as he liked for Tim Vaughan in the opening novices hurdle.

Naamoos (5/4) was the second leg in both of the accumulators and previously mentioned, it was a stroll in the park for Johnston’s charge. Andonno (11/4) kept the dream alive for the Mega, giving us a fright by holding on by a neck over a fast finishing rival.

It was just a ten minute wait for the Win Accumulator to land, as Aljady (11/10) showed them the way home at Beverley in grand style. Facing a field full of classy sprinters, he showed a smart turn of foot in the final furlong to grab the lead in the dying strides.

We were left to sweat on Present Chief (8/11), with all eyes on Jonjo O’Neill Jr. In the end, it was a very comfortable success for the progressive stayer, who travelled all over his rivals under a confident Jonjo. He was still on the bridle approaching the last, pushed out on the run-in for an impressive score.

Stateside Success!

We can’t forget about our American Tips either, as Monday was a great night in the United States! We landed both our NAP and Win Accumulator, with successful selections at both Finger Lakes and Thistledown.

Our NAP, Sweetest Party (11/8), got the party started at Finger Lakes, cruising home for an easy score. That was followed up by Chief Randel (11/4) making a winning stable debut for Jose Romero.

It was all left in the capable hands of Ricardo Feliciano, who expertly handled Candy Exchange (13/8) for a gutsy victory at Thistledown.

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