Sennockian Star has us laughing all the way to the bank

Sennockian Star has us laughing all the way to the bank

Sennockian Star by bill taitIt is a fact that bookmakers sometimes get the odds wrong.

Thankfully, for members of VG TIPS, they did just that on Wednesday when they priced Sennockian Star at odds of 15/1.

Here is what I told members who pay just £10 a month for unlimited racing selections and football tips.

Sennockian Star is slipping back down the handicap and is better off today against Clayton which beat him at Pontefract earlier this month. Clayton won by over 5 lengths that day. Sennockian Star is 5 pounds better off this time around.

Sure enough, Sennockian Star won and Clayton finished behind him in second place.

Sennockian Star had won for us in the past, which always breeds confidence. The gelding is only four years of age but has plenty of experience and I know he is a favourite of those who work at the Mark Johnston stable in North Yorkshire. The gelding (pictured above by Bill Tait) will be laughing all the more this morning!

I selected Sennockian Star for members for several reasons. Only one of which was the generous price. He was 15/1 when I got on and was widely available at 14/1. I even read of some punters who were on at 18/1. Well done to all members who made profit on Sennockian Star.

As is the case with the other nice priced winner on Wednesday.

Chatez was another one I felt confident about on the day. When members received their daily e-mail that one was available at odds of 6/1 with Coral.

Here is what members received from me re Chatez – both via e-mail and in their own members’ enclosure.

In Chatez Alan King looks to have a promising gelding. Beaten a neck by Observational last October, Observational went on to be beaten by a head in a higher class race by Sudden Wonder. Both Observational and Sudden Wonder are entered in the Derby. For those reasons, I side with Chatez to land this race.

Some non runners in each race meant that there was a ‘Rule 4’ imposed on our returns. Nevertheless, some very welcome profit was made on Wednesday.

It’s been a tough winter for punters and I am glad the flat season is back. We don’t get good meetings like the one at Epsom every day, sadly, but there is some top class racing coming soon, beginning with Sandown on Friday.

Give VG TIPS a try by signing up before then. That way you will join the other members who regularly receive racing analysis, selections and football tips.


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