The Villain went into profit for the first time yesterday and should have done a lot better. Sligo Tom kept up his impressive weekly tally being miles ahead of his other rivals. Poor old Happydays had another washout. His tips are interesting but they seem to come up against one too many good un’s. If there was a league for placed horses, Hapydays would be doing well.
As it is Friday the 13th will the punters be sceptical on their chances as the bookies look to gain some money back? Who knows but there is a cast iron chance for the punters. On the finale day of the tipsters challenge you can still win a share of over 200,000KNC’s! Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
The rules are very simple:
* Open to all
*Just pick 1 horse to win in each of the days racing at the Cheltenham Festival.
*Post the picks on the comment section or by email email@example.com before the first race of the day.
*If your horse is a non-runner then you will go on the favourite. Joint favourites will be split between the runners.
*The person with the most starting price profit wins.
*If there is a tie then the prizes will be split with the winners getting the lion or all the prizes. For instance if 4 people are winners for the day then there will be no 2nd or 3rd as those prizes will be split between the winners. This ruling applies to the week winner.
*The same applies to the worst tipster of the week and the prize will be split between the losers if there are many.
* You don’t have to pick a race in each race but you will miss a potential winner.
Last Day To Kill A Bookie
Last one posted this rumour.
Bookies have not had a good eek.
Nice roar for Vautour!
Mullins again another winner.
Ha! raking it in on the Adrian!
No sleep until love Cheltenham
The Cops, Brother Brian 10/1
Irish customers love Cheltenham
Odds! on winners this is better
Promos for you in fact are ace
Spins on slots? No. thank us later!
Out early on Mullins top trainer?
Nico de Boinville is also on roads to riches
Champagne Fever a sad non runner