Friday Fortune Scooped! £367 Double & £99 Acca SMASHED!


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£367 Double Smashed – How It Was Landed

The first leg of the Double was Comedy School (8/1) running in the York 1.45pm. The Mark Johnston trained two year old filly won her maiden at Haydock in impressive style on just her second start so we were very surprised to see such a big price available. In true Johnston fashion she took up the lead and powered clear to win by a wide 3.25 length margin. It was as easy a win as you are likely to see and we were off to the perfect start.

We had a long wait for the second leg of the Double and it was the Tony Martin trained Laganore who sealed the massive prize. When Tony sends a horse to the United Kingdom you have to stand up and take note; Heartbreak City being a perfect example recently, a very easy Ebor winner. The booking of Jim Crowley was an extra bonus as we felt Tony wouldn’t book him unless he had the handbrake off. Jim gave the horse the most beautiful of rides, sitting patiently out the back. The horses in front of him cut each others’ throats as he sat motionless and coming to the furlong pole he switched outside and whoosh, off he went to win by a street. KABOOOOM! £367 Double landed.

£99 Acca Smashed – How It Was Landed

The first leg of the Acca was the banker, Black Corton who ran in the Newton Abbot 1.55pm. Although we tipped this horse up at 1/2, this turned out to be a very good price for the Paul Nicholls charge who went off the 1/4 favourite. He led from pillar to post and although he gave us a fright at the last hurdle, the race was never in doubt and we were off to the perfect start.

Next up was the Dan Skelton trained Virgilio who was tipped up at 6/5 in the competitive little four runner affair. He produced one of the finest jumping performances you are likely to see anywhere; he didn’t touch a twig the whole way round. Harry Skelton gave the horse a very aggressive ride and he wrapped the race up turning for home to beat Brother Tedd comfortably.

The final leg of the Acca was Iftitah in the 7.40pm at Newcastle and we were slightly worried as the horse had drifted out to 2/1 from the advised 13/8 in the morning. However, two furlongs in we knew we were on a winner. Stevie Donohue sat patiently and powered home down the near side to win very easily. KABOOOOMMMMM! £99 Acca landed to round off an amazing day.

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