EGS the only winner I can see on the last day of July. Will finalise the table soon. If I've left anyone out, I apologise; please leave a message on this thread and I'll update.
Water of Leith wins at evens to start month a steady keel...
NAP Ocean Quest, 3.40 Naas. Now in to 14/1 or so......................
Congratulations to Jakeb, superb tipping in July. Its a new month, a clean sheet, a blank slate................................
Over ambitious start to the month. Apricot Twist at Naas in a 22 runner 2 year old race going off at 15:40.
Congratulations to Jake on a fantastic month of naps.
Iolani 18:05 Carl Nap
There was some great tipping in July on this forum and I hope many have reaped financial reward. However, unless someone has scooted up the inside on a strip of fresh ground, I think Jake must have triumphed by at least 10 lengths! Many congratulations.
Now it’s a new month and a new competition and I’m hoping not to lose ground at the start, especially as I seem to be carrying extra weight at the moment! That said, this is an endurance test rather than a sprint and with that in mind my first selection of the month is Mille Miglia in the 20.00 at Windsor. Good luck everyone.
Nap Ripon 1525 Dakota Gold
Water of Leith - Ayr 14.18
Aramis Grey 6.25W for the nap
3.40 Naas - Matilda Piccotte
13.48 Ayr - Will He Dance
Han Solo Bergar is the nap,well done yesterdays winner EGS.
Whilst I know a certain order has been restored in July and the only reason I won the June Competition was the Bright Sparks were planning their Summer Holidays.
However I encourage the mere mortals on this Forum to not despair in August.
In the words of Lance Corporal Jones "they don't like it up 'em" and will lose sound judgement if they are not 30L clear coming around Tattenham Corner in the last week of August
I have cleared my Champagne Bath which I dwelt in for a Month (courtesy of Betfair) to make way for Jake who has filled the Tub with Buckfast (to each to his own).
An extraordinary series of tipping by Jake in July from start to finish.
My Bayonet is out today for the
17.40. at the Racecourse in a suburb of Greater Mallow.
The Horse 'Punk Poet' has been a godsend to me. He has run 10 times this year and always wins or get placed at nice odds for me.
In fact if you backed him from the start of his career and ignored his Dundalk Races (which is easy to do as once you take an Interest in Dundalk you are not on a slippery slope. The next day you will be rifling for Cigarette Butts on the ground) he is quids in off a level stake.
Which brings me to my nap.
Beasley Street. 17.40. Mallow. Zone 2. A Debutant.
Like most mere mortals we have been surviving on Beasley Street for the past month but I believe this Month I will be moving back up the Monopoly Board to Park Lane and Mayfair.