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Another winning day for The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips

Not the sexiest days racing so not the sexiest day’s results but it was another winning day for The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips today. For those betting with the BOG’s we also had the good fortune of our winners drifting with larger SP’s than the prices taken this morning.

First up was Misleading Promise in Southwell’s 3:45, available at 11-10 this morning before going odds on and then drifting to an SP of 5-4.

The result was almost a foregone conclusion at the halfway stage with the horse I most feared Myzamour being scrubbed along at the back of the field. Liam Keniry had our selection on the bridle for the whole journey to record a fascicle 8 length victory. The price was skinny but when they win in that manner it’s like a licence to print money!

The one disappointment of the day was Gebayl who ran a poor second to odds on Fraserburgh.

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Our final race of interest was Kempton’s 6:20 where we originally had two selections with Millys Gift and Firmdecisions until the latter was taken out. Having taken the opening price of 5-2 Millys Gift once again we had the bonus of a drift to an SP of 11-4.

John Fahy challenged the 4-11 on favourite Yo Da One up the inside rail as they came down the home straight and always had its measure. With little more than hands and heels Millys Gift maintained a healthy 1.1/2 lengths advantage over the last half furlong to the line.

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