Our singles profit on our Horse Racing tips since May 2016 is £7,422.21, so it is not hard to see why we continue to bang on about why they’re the most profitable of our tips. For two followers on Friday, dreams came true, as they managed to win £250,000 and £59,000 respectively on a combination of our big priced singles, proving that our singles are not to be missed regardless of their prices! Below we have the winning slips as well as the winning horses, with a run down of just how they managed to win their races on a manic Friday here at MRT HQ!
Music Seeker – 28/1 (4.25 Newmarket)
Running a respectable race on debut for connections, James Eustace’s three year old stepped up on his debut as expected to to take a very easy victory in the hands of Ryan Tate. Well backed throughout the day to a 14/1 starting price, it wasn’t a surprise to us as he sauntered to victory as he pleased!
Coolfitch – 25/1 (York 5.05)
Another well backed tip on Friday, David O’Meara’s three year old was backed into a 16/1 starting price and as we expected, she built massively on his seasonal debut to take victory in the twelve runner handicap with the softer ground helping her massively.
Spes Nostra 12/1 (Newcastle 6.15)
The big priced winners just kept on flowing as Iain Jardine’s nine year old finally got back to winning ways after a drought since February 2016, with the return to tapeta helping him get back to his best under the ever fantastic Dougie Costello.
Patuano 14/1 (Cork 6.55)
At this point things were getting a bit silly as Will McCreery’s three year old made all in comfortable fashion under Billy Lee on her handicap debut! She broke well and was still travelling in hand at halfway, ridden to make sure towards the final furlong where she scooted clear with ease.
Miss Blanche 20/1 (Downpatrick 8.10)
A race marred with incidents with only three finishers from a starting field of eleven, as both Strideout Euro and Mullaghmurphy Blue slipped up on the bend before the first hurdle, taking out five other runners in the process. Thankfully all were okay and Miss Blanche took the lead thereafter, headed by Eddies Miracle towards the second last where that rival also fell under Barry O’Neill, handing the race back to her on a silver platter. For both these punters, a rollercoaster of emotions doesn’t quite do it enough justice as they landed the bets of a lifetime,
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