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Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Sensational end to May!
Well we've had a brilliant last few days, and things continued today in no uncertain terms, with our 2pt win bet on Gud Day (SP 20/1) getting up on the line to chin the odds on shot in the 3.45 at Leicester. We're settling the winner at 14/1 in our records which means May ends 74pts up. Great stuff!
We need to catch up with yesterday's action first and we had three running for us, and had two seconds.
7.25 Yarm Negotiation 1pt 13-2 W Hill, VC (BOG) 7s S James
Gud Day ran an absolute blinder for us to stay on and win in the shadow of the post, after being a great ride by Greg Fairley. Hats off to all connections, and well done Deborah Sanderson who got her first winner of the year. Betfair SP punters had a field day with this one, going off at 27.71, and the in-running price hit 100. Judging by the emails we've received from some of our subscribers, the majority of our members got 20/1 about the winner thanks to the BOG but because the 14s didn't last long with Boylesports we'll settle our results at 14/1 as Coral kept that price for a good while (and now don't do BOG on their usual markets of course).
So could we follow up? Unfortunately no, Ishetoo tried to stay on but was never getting there (SP5/1) and Negotiation went off a well supported 4/1 shot but seemed to not be helped by the sedate gallop and was well beaten.
Confirmation of results with prices (advised --- SP):
Monday 30th May 2011
Taroum, 2nd/7, 6/1 --- 11/2
Gertmegalush, 7th/11, 11/2 --- 11/2
Finellas Fortune, 2nd/8, 8/1 --- 10/1
Tuesday 31st May 2011
Gud Day, 1st/11, 14/1 --- 20/1
Ishetoo, 6th/9, 5/1 --- 5/1
Negotiation, 5th/7, 13/2 --- 4/1
So after spending much of May hitting the post with a series of good priced seconds and thirds, in the end we get our rewards with a surge of winners. It's ended our best month of the year so far, which is saying something given how good February and March were!
A full May analysis may follow later, but more likely in the next day or two.