Welcome to The Sunday Supplement by PuntHub.
A weekly roundup of all Punthub tipsters. The Supplement runs Saturday To Friday, meaning Yesterday is the start of next week’s roundup.
Last man standing attracted in the region of 15 people which means a prize pot of around £75 so far. Still time to enter as we start in week 2 when all the teams are back. email@example.com to register your interest for that one. If we can get above £100 I’ll throw an extra £20 into the prize fund!
Remember it’s for a great cause – Heart Link charity get 50% of the money
Onwards with our weekly overview..
Lay 2 Liability
A small loss of 2.6 points this week (£26) giving back some of the hard work. Was going great guns until Friday in which 4 winners on the day saw the profit take a knock. September sits £11 up, and the service since inception sits £77 up with the strike rate just below the 80% mark.
My starting bank of £100 is still around the £150 mark, so far so good.
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Racing Ross (new for September)
Two winners for RR but nothing to arrest the dive into the red. Bridge Native at 7/1 was good value along with his other winner Jamacho at 15/2. 57 points down so far this month from 118 staked and with a seemingly impossible mountain to climb. We’ve seen it done though!
The Betting Edge (new for September)
Seventeen winners this week and somewhere near a profit for TBE.
STATE OF BLISS at 10 points profit and UNION ROSE at 8 points profit both noteworthy winners in a week where the service has come within 4 points of an overall profit from a low point of -35. Hopefully the upwards curve continues and he can kick on for the rest of the month.
Five winners this week and somewhat closer to an overall profit at -9.91 overall. Plymouth Rock a solid 10/1 winner with a 25p R4 dampening things slightly. Tempus was the other selection worthy of a mention at 5/2 2pts staked for a 5-point return. 5 points down from 38 staked for the month and 9 points down overall. Needs to have a solid run of form to avoid two losing back to back losing months.
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Eye For Info
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Seventeen winners this week but and end of week losing run dampened a fantastic week for the Taylor. A Case Of You returned a solid 11.32 points profit at Down Royal. Bobby Shaft really provided the driving force for the week and big price winners are somewhat a speciality for Taylor Made with a whopping 38 points returned.
A losing run gave back some of the profit but Andaleep put an end to it with his last selection returning 5 points.43.12 points profit from 128 staked for an ROI of 33.68% for September. Its looking good but a little more consistency would make it incredible. Its still well worth a follow with both months on trial returning a strong profit.
Two winners really making his week and probably the month being such low output. Redesdale Rebel the first of the two in the winner’s circle with the selection returning 9 points profit at Newcastle.
Lord Of The Glen followed on with a 10-point winner also at Newcastle to push the service 13 points clear for September and 63.1 points up overall with a very solid 45.07% ROI.
Now into it’s 6th month as a free trial with only one minimal losing month, looks a sure fire contender to be a successful service come October.
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Twenty-Nine winners this week and a massive jump in profit this week for WW. Lenny’s Spirit returned a whopping 22 points profit at York with Baileys Breathless the other high priced winner returning 10 points profit at Wolverhampton.
More consistency this week has seen WW take a big leap with 40 points profit in the bank so far this month from 104 staked. If so solid crew was still a thing, Wedge Winners would certainly be part of it.
Contrasting form from its sister service with HRN recording 15 winners and somewhat struggling to get going this month. Prince Of Abington was a good winner returning 10.8 points profit at Ascot. Sixntwothrees the other worthy tip adding 8 points at Windsor.
HRN was deliberately priced at £15 for exactly this reason. 5/1+ means losing runs are nailed on and what were experiencing now is the losing run before it bags more profit. The positive for HRN is that it can seemingly come from anywhere and turn a strong profit for the month just 3.8 points up this month from 135 staked. But we’ve seen this before with previous profitable months, you can never discount HRN.
Bets are out and the offer is about to end, I’m looking forward to a full season of Home form. Are you?
Actually looking really good this week with four winners from twelve tips. Midnight Magic a solid 5-point winner at Newton Abbot and Vinnie The Hoddie also returned 5 points profit at Uttoxeter. Just 2.9 points down this month after a good week, it’s unfair to have a dig when this week has really turned the month around.
The Master Plan
Just two winners this week and once again big brother is being outperformed by little sister with TMP struggling to find its feet this month at -25 for September. Darling Maltaix (5pts) and For Pleasure (3.5pts) the only selections on target this week.
The Final Furlong
Three winners from thirteen selections this week and 6 points down this month for the Irish only. Baron Semedi the only noteworthy selection at 9/4 BOG returning 2.25 points profit.
How’s the results?
So what’s to watch?
Tipping Point– looking good this week with his four winners putting him back in contention. Services are guaranteed to have a wobble from time to time and this week shows what happens when you hit form once again.
Taylor Made– a hefty 36.9-point winner really shaping his week. Looking good for a profit this month and back to back months of profit at 43.12 up so far. Well worth following.
High 5– totally off everybody’s radar and it really shouldn’t be. Two good winners this week shaping his 13-point profit for the month and with such low volume he already looks good for four back to back months of profit.
Winner of the Week Is- Taylor Made mops up once again with 36.9-point winner Bobby Shaft at Newcastle. Wedge Winners was the only other real contender with 22-point winner Lenny’s Spirit
A note from the author
How good is it to finally have football back? No crowds but it’s back!Speaking of crowds.. Doncaster.. I’m not really surprised, I was more surprised it went ahead.
Will we see crowds at a racecourse this year?Let me know your thoughts!
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