It seems that after centuries of man trying, Jake has realised the dream of next day's newspaper being delivered to his home every morning, with the racing results well concealed from the paperboy. Jake, I cannot recall a run like this from a tipster anywhere. You make Tom Seagull look like a sparrow - brilliant work, well done with your latest 25/1 winner.
I won't be alone in not giving up yet, and my nap today is an old favourite of mine Summerville Boy. Good luck all
Kilbeg King won at 12/1
Congrats to Anthony Honeyball for his enterprise in entering Kilbeg King at Punchestown. It's some achievement to win a 25-runner handicap hurdle over there with an inexperienced horse. Yet again that Challow form is underlined!
JCR is trumpeting the revisions to NH pattern races for next season - "all sensible changes", it insists. We'll see. But what they have been less noisy about is the fact that the new meeting at Aintree on Boxing Day - when we already have a surfeit of top-class racing - is at the principal expense of Huntingdon who have had to sacrifice their most popular meeting of the year. Bad luck, chaps, but it's all for the greater good of racing . . .
NAP Alfa Mix 4.05 Perth.
Be tricky to catch Jake - a complete outsider on the 30th looks best plan but he's had such a great month it would be churlish to dislodge him with a freak 100 to 1 shot if such could be found.
More power to him.
More lows than highs for me this month - Lets see if Getaman can add to the latter in the 15.50 at Warwick.
In case anybody missed it, I'd strongly recommend having a look back at Giovinco's performance yesterday. Lucinda Russell and Scu look to have another top class prospect for next season. Mightily impressive.
Been away for a couple of days and came back to find it's a case of déjà vu all over again - Jake with yet another big winner - absolutely brilliant.
Miss Milano in the 16:05 at Perth.
Plenty to go at today which is usually not a good thing.
Nap Bev 1420 Danny Dinmont
I like a Tinkler horse at Bev and this is in form and well drawn in what looks a very open race.
Gentleman At Arms 4.25W nap
Needs to recapture form but capable.
Congratulations Jake, superb tipping.
Joe, how about making next month’s competition a handicap with Jake starting £500 behind the rest of us.😉
Sir Titus in the 14.20 at Beverley is today’s rather hopeful selection.
Crown Princess 4.00 Beverley is the nap,well done Gforce on your winner yesterday.Many thanks for any comments you have made about my lucky run.I am normally happy with a n 8% to 10% strike rate but hope for more,this months naps have been running about 25%.It cannot last as it used to say on the TV when you lost reception normal service will soon be resumed.Good luck all.
Hi Joe. A minnow beside a great white, I'd Gaelic Warrior at 4/5 yesterday
Long awaited White Paper today ,RP saying if you lose 125 quid a day you are a target for the vulnerability checks. What on earth has the BHA been doing to make those in government see what this will do to the sport.
What sort of country are we now. Twats can block roads at will with plod giving them cups of tea rather than a kick up the arse . Hordes get a lift over from France costing us an arm and a leg a day to keep them in accommodation they've can only dream about ,whilst our own people are being evicted in record numbers and food banks are over run.
NAP 6.00 Punchestown – Rebel Ivy (each way)
I note that this year’s Epsom Derby will be run at 1.30pm. This is because of a clash with the FA Cup final. Anybody that’s still in favour of a 5th day at Cheltenham with the Gold Cup switched to the Saturday should take note.
Well done Jake. Again.
Kilbeg King - 18.00 Punchestown
Awesome again Jake !
Haxo Punchestown 6.00.
Very well done Jake. The selections this month have been inspired and are inspirational. A journalist wrote last night that it seemed somehow unfair that Erling Haaland was able to run through the Arsenal defence at will. I won't draw any direct comparisons, but the regulars on here who compete in the competition must feel they are facing a latter day Dixie Dean. But none of it is remotely unfair, it's down to the brilliance of the individual.
I wonder if Joe's statistics are showing an increase in visits to check what jakebuckfast is tipping today?
You have been a sitting target from the first day of April but don't rest on your Laurels.
There are people on this Forum who have pride and want to take You down.
If only April was a 31 day month I might make some sort of effort.
I think the 17.25. Punchestown might be craziest Race I have seen all year to stake a bet.
am napping Space Cadet in the 16.50.
A 13 year old in a stupid Race but there are not many Grandsons of Alleged left in the World.