On Sunday night I told members of my selections service that, contrary to the belief of many long term followers, I am not in love with jockey Ryan Moore. But I also told them to get on some of his rides at Kempton Park on Monday.
Ryan had three winners on the day. Two for us. Poetic Verse was priced at 6-1 when tipped up to members on Sunday night. That one came home at an SP price of 7-2, after one declared non runner. And Ryan rode my tip Sam Spade to victory, that one was selected at odds of 7-4.
Ryan Moore is still available at 3-1 to be champion flat jockey come the end of this new season. If he stays free of injury, and doesn’t miss too many UK meetings due to riding overseas, I fancy him to snatch the title from his friend Richard Hughes.
In years past, in successive seasons, I have made lots of profit through backing Ryan Moore time and time again.
Injury and absence from English courses prevented him from being champion jockey the past two seasons. But he could be on his way back and I am willing to bet that, were you to only bet on Ryan Moore from now until September; you would be in profit come the autumn.
As I have written previously, I don’t care if he never smiles. I don’t concern myself if he snarls at reporters asking obvious questions. Ryan Moore is hired to ride winners.
And, not for the last time today, he rode a couple for members of VG TIPS.
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