WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Limerick on Friday 27th May.
When Fonzerelli took the lead after the last hurdle of the Virginbet Mares Novice Hurdle at Doncaster on Saturday many WhichBookie readers were getting very excited. Not only did many of them have Rebecca Menzies rapidly improving six year old in singles at 40/1 but also had the eventual half length winner as the 2nd leg in a Lucky 15 (odds ranging from 35/1) tipped by WhichBookie Racing Analyst Will Smith that had already started with a 12/1 winner at Kelso.
You can watch the end of the race via this tweet from @whichbookieuk
Not content with a 12/1 winner – @WillSmith_2 now tips up 35/1 (SP 18/1) shot Fonzerelli @DoncasterRaces – @whichbookieuk followers having a great day.— Which Bookie (@whichbookieuk) March 5, 2022
Take a bow @RebeccaEMenzies & @nathanmoscrop for the placement! https://t.co/Y3p968Lybc
The original betslip published on Saturday morning on the site is published below and was advised with Paddy Power which automatically loads the completed betslip for the customer saving considerable time.
So two runners and two winners with a 467/1 EW double already in the bag and many huge running bets to come. This is the joy and excitement that Saturday afternoon’s are made for !
It is a matter for the history books now that the very well backed Cheddleton and the very unlucky but temperamental Mr Malarky failed to deliver the full house of wins but the second place for Mr Malarky under a superg ride from jockey Harry Bannister did at least add further place doubles and a place treble to the already substantial winnings.
The advised £1ew bet with Paddy Power paid a whopping £774.40 and added to the huge profits enjoyed by our readers since the daily Lucky15 Tips were added to the “stable of tips’ ‘ provided by our expert tipsters Will Smith and Andrew Blair White.
In less than three months this particular type of bet alone has provided a profit of over £1700 with two other big wins recorded in January of £654 and £696 !
It’s important also to bear in mind that all of the selections were tipped as singles as well so the above figures do not include the profits from single selections which on Saturday alone would have amounted to over £580 to the advised stakes of either £10ew or £20 win.
Will Smith commented “ With the Cheltenham Festival just round the corner, it was great to land a couple of big priced winners for WhichBookie followers on Saturday and boost the Festival funds. Days like that make all the hours of study and analysis worthwhile, and as my main aim is to provide selections that have genuine chances but are also overpriced, 12/1 and 40/1 winners prove that aim is justified!
Having already recommended a number of big-priced Cheltenham Festival ante-post bets, I will continue to scour the markets in the run up to the greatest show on turf, for more betting opportunities for WhichBookie followers.’
Many WhichBookie followers on Twitter were posting copies of their winning bet slips and some were benefiting from even bigger returns with best odds guaranteed as Mr Malarky returned 7/1 rather than the odds of 4/1 when the bet was originally published.
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