CAID DU LIN (above) was the final winner of the day for me and subscribers to my VG Tips selection service and, at odds of 16/1, the biggest price winner of the four on a super day of jumps racing.
Sam Twiston-Davies rode two of my winners, both greys. Earlier he rode the impressive POLITOLOGUE – a 6/5 tip to members the night before racing – which jumped wonderfully to land the Grade 2 Chase at Ascot.
IF THE CAP FITS was also tipped when available at 6/5. A late charge ensured the Harry Fry trained gelding won by a length and a half in the hands of Noel Fehily.
The very first selection on a superb day of competitive racing on Saturday was the Paul Nicholls trained GRAND SANCY, a 6/4 tip. That one ensured the day got off to a winning start. Four odds against winners.
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If you want to see an example of the type of analysis members receive the night before racing, here is what I told them about 16/1 winner Caid Du Lin.
“For all Caid Du Lin was beaten 18 lengths into second place last time out, it is worth noting that the winner that last day was a winner for us again on Friday, Wenyerreadyfreddie. Trainer Dr Richard Newland has his stable in fine form this month. 7 winners from his last 20 runners prior to Friday. Caid Du Lin may be available at an each way price. At least I hope so. The gelding carries a nice light weight here and has Sam Twiston-Davies in the saddle. This race requires more from the 6 year old grey gelding but Twiston-Davies and Newland combine well with 28 winners and 25 placed horses from 96 runners this past year. A 29% strike rate.”