Liam Bramall is a new addition to the myracing team but he is already proving his worth. On Tuesday, he tipped up a monster Epsom horses for courses accumulator and all four of the horses won! The bet returned an enormous 682-1 at starting price, even though at the time he wrote the article you could’ve got much bigger.
The first course specialist to run was the Ian Williams runner Mokaatil (6-1). Ridden by the next big thing in the saddle Harry Davies, his incredibly valuable 7lb claim came in very useful. Pushed along early, Davies kept working away on the winner who made headway along the stand’s side rail and went on to score impressively in the end.
Next up was the myracing NAP of the Day, Soto Sizzler (7-2), who was partnered by the classy Ryan Moore. We couldn’t believe this horse was sent off at such a price given his record at the track previously, two wins and two seconds from four runs at Epsom. Ridden patiently, Moore blasted down the outside on the home straight and timed it to perfection.
Going Gone (10-3) was backed in from bigger prices earlier and actually went off favourite. He was ridden prominently from the get go and winning from the front isn’t an easy thing to do around Epsom. As soon as a horse came to his quarters, he kept on finding and he was a nice winner in the end.
The last leg of the monster accumulator was New Pursuit (4-1), who was given a peach of a ride by another top class 7lb claimer to look forward to, Benoit de la Sayette. This horse tracked the leaders and stalked them into the home straight before being asked to go about his business. He hung left at the furlong pole but went on to score decisively.
A lot of our loyal followers were on this monster accumulator on Tuesday but one lady in particular had a day she will never forget. It happened to be her first bet in a very long time and she put a £10 straight accumulator on the four runners. WOW!