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Boom!!

KSTIPS clients ante post money on The Young Master smashes the horse in from 14/1 to 8/1 and he records a gallant win in the Bet 365 Cup.

Many clients who are following my advice to follow Harry Cobden win a lot more-with a 20/1 each way and a 161/1 forecast!!

A QUESTION FOR THOSE OF YOU READING THE BLOG WHO ARE NOT MEMBERS OF KSTIPS.

Do you think it was a wise decision not to take up my April membership offer which i made at the beginning of the month and again throughout the Aintree festival.

Those who came in got the following bets.

£200 ew Goonyella at 25/1 -placed in Grand National (one of 3 bets)

£200 ew Royale Knight at 20/1 -placed in Scottish National (only bet)

£200 ew The Young Master at 14/1 -won the Bet 365 Cup.

Clients who trial KSTIPS also receive the Multiplier for free.

On Thursday we landed a 1600/1 lucky 15 -most long term clients back multipliers to at least £5.

I hope you don't make the same mistake again -new clients can join till the end of May for just £69.

But then KSTIPS is a service for winners.

Nicholls Retains His Crown

A fantastic days racing at Sandown yesterday saw Paul Nicholls retain his crown and win his 10th UK T raiders title.

He never says never and proved a master tactician in the last two weeks of the race.

Ultimately he was helped my major rivals Nicky Henderson and Philip Hobbs to hold off the Irish threat.

Fitting though that Willie Mullins should win the last race of the season with Mckinley.

It will be such an anti climax after this week's Punchestown Festivaluntil the new season gets going in earnest.

My thinking is that Mullins will be much more active in the first half of the season-he could also think of setting up a satellite yard in the UK.

Sprinter Sacre The Greatest 2 Mile Chaser Ever.

The drama of the trainers title has taken some of the limelight away from the mighty Sprinter Sacre.

He slaughtered his rivals again yesterday including Un De Sceaux.

An unbeaten season yet again following his win in the Champion Chase at Cheltenham.

We are privileged to have seen the greatest 2 mile chaser of all time.

Nicky Henderson deserves tremendous credit for bringing him back to his best following what for most would have been a career ending injury.


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