Use this sneaky tactic to pull in the profits over the next 6 weeks…

By on September 21, 2017

The final Classic of the flat season is done now with Capri winning for Aiden O’Brien and Ryan Moore.

That means the jockey has now won every English classic.

Well done to Ryan.

Even though the Classics are finished there is still some flat racing left in the season.

The official flat turf season ends when the November Handicap is run, which this year is on November 11th.

And today I’ve got a very sneaky tactic that could bring you in some nice profits in the last 6 weeks of the season.

I was reading Andrew Davids’ column last week and he has noticed an interesting pattern that comes up year after year.

Basically he suggests laying some of the major horse racing stars in the last 6 weeks of the season.

He says…

“We have to remember these animals are not machines and can typically suffer from weary leg syndrome towards the end of their respective campaigns.

Even the lightly raced superstars of the Flat Turf can go off the boil late on, and as such are ripe for laying soon after September.

It does not have to be in the major Group 1,2, & 3 races, it could be any class where the selection has had a long and hard campaign and is ‘odds on’ or evens at the highest.”

This is definitely something I’ll be keeping an eye on and I’ll report back my findings.

It turned out to be an excellent St Leger Festival for members of JT’s Racing.

JT only picked out 4 bets during the 4 days but he hit a 50% strike rate and pulled in 11.25 points profit.

JT doesn’t just specialise in the festivals, he racks up the profits in the low key, bread and butter racing as well.

He had 3 winners from 3 on Tuesday (6/4, 2/1, 2/1) and 3 from 4 yesterday (11/4, 11/8, 7/4).

He’s in cracking form at the moment and now is the perfect time to sign up.

You can have a two week £1 trial here.

Enjoy the winners,
Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket

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