45-1 Acca, Monster Lucky 15 and 3-1 NAP landed on Monday

Wesley Ward Royal Ascot

It has been an extremely fruitful and profitable spell for followers of the myracing.com tips in the last two weeks. We netted a huge 262-1 each way double last week. To carry on with our superb run, Monday was a cracker. We started the day off with a bang with our 3-1 NAP doing the business. That was followed with a cracking each way Lucky 15 returning £497. To top the day off, we also landed our 45-1 accumulator with three fine tips. Make sure you tune into @myracingtips on Twitter and you can find our daily horse racing tips on the website.

3-1 NAP winner

It can often be a horrible feeling knowing your best bet of the day runs in the first race of the day. If it wins, superb but if it loses, it makes for a horrible day with so much racing left. Headscarf Lil was our best bet today running in the 11.35 at Musselburgh. Ridden patiently in midfield by Sean Quinlan, she was ridden to close after the third last. She made smooth headway under pressure to chase the leaders before the last. She looked beat jumping the last as she was over a length down but she ran on strongly to lead on the line by a nose.

£497 Lucky 15 returns

We netted another fantastic return with our each way Lucky 15 today. The first leg was Red Reminder running in the 12.40 at Musselburgh who drifted all the way out to 66-1 but finished third. Next up was Bannixtown Glory who was stepping up in class to Listed company for trainer Donald McCain at 16-1. She was absolutely scintillating from the front and went on to score in the hands of in form David Bass. The third leg was Psychedelic Rock who could never land a blow but the final leg was S’all Good Man in the Dundalk 4.00. Under Chris Hayes, he ran a stormer to finish 2nd at the advised 40-1.

45-1 Acca winner

Our amazing day didn’t end there! Our NAP of the Day, Headscarf Lil, was the first leg of the accumulator and got it off to the perfect start. Wildfire Warrior was next up at the advised 3-1 and although the horse made a lot of jumping errors, he went on to score. Last but not least, Tarroob won comfortably in the first at Chelmsford at the advised 15-8. Sadly, that race was ruined by a nasty incident and we wish all runners and riders the best.

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