5 out of 5 Winning Tips on Tuesday

High Fives as all bets win on terrific Tuesday
Ballesteros was one of 5 winners for subscribers to VG Tips members

Ballesteros, at 9/2, the first of 5 winners tipped by me
Photographed earlier in his career by John Grossick

All 5 horses tipped to members of VG Tips for racing on Tuesday duly won.

Any member putting £10 on all five to win in an accumulator would have returned £776.42.

I am always telling members that some odds can improve on the day of racing but that, with the benefit of guaranteed price odds betting, there is no reason to wait. Take the early prices I advise the night before racing. That’s what I and other members did on Monday night.

For this is what I told members the night before racing: “Ballesteros loves soft ground and should find conditions underfoot to his liking. We first backed him to win a race as long ago as May of 2011 at odds of 6/1. The form since has been sporadic. Just when you think the gelding might be past his best, he pops up with a win. Thereafter, he racks up a long run of defeats. So hard to call right but he’s dropped to a handicap mark of 79, was a 2 length third place finisher in a race of this class last week and – perhaps crucially – has a very capable young jockey claiming 5 pounds off in the saddle on Tuesday. It’s 14 months since I last backed Ballesteros. The time might be right to do so again. For those who like to risk a connected double bet, both Brian the Snail and Ballesteros are trained by Richard Fahey.”

So that worked out well then!

Brian the Snail was available at an odds on price of 4/5 the night before racing but the price improved on the day and that winner came past the post at SP odds of 6/5.

Both bets represented value.

Speaking of which, so did the price about the last winner of the day. Value at Risk was 11/10 when tipped up to members and won for trainer Dan Skelton, coming home first at an SP of only Evens.

Dan Skelton trains Value at Risk

Value at Risk, the 5th winner from VG Tips

The other odds against winner on the day, Keep in Line, was available at 7/4 when members received their e-mail from me, with detailed analysis and tips. That also won at a shorter SP price.

While Thistlecrack winning the first time over fences grabbed the racing headlines on Tuesday, the real ‘crack’ was for subscribers to my value for money selection service.

A 100% return on investment about all five tips on Tuesday.

The next selections will be for racing on Friday of this week. That gives non members time to join and learn how you can become an annual profitable punter.


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