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Another monthly crown for Early Price Profits

Published: 03/03/2017

Another monthly crown for Early Price Profits

February was another month of big winning for the leading services at Toptipsters with Early Price Profits claiming yet another monthly title. Their profit for the month was 159.93 – a personal best for a service that since joining us in June 2016 has consistently hit the bookies where it hurts. Table topping displays in September, November and December helped to steer the rookies to second position in the overall 2016 table, and the current profit, after nine months’ action amounts to more than 447 points.

Blue Ribbon Tipping Service also exceeded their previous best effort with a February haul of 135.78 points, earning second position in the monthly list. Sprint Specialiser, the 2016 champions, claimed third place (51.69) ahead of SG Racing (40.13). Sims Racing, Colwyn Racing, newcomers Foresight and Golden Pony also secured profits in what was a month of plenty.

The month began sensationally for Early Price Profits with the win of 12/1 advice Tornado In Milan (Wincanton, 2 February) followed by the success of Ruby Wednesday (11/1, Kempton) the next day. Barton Gift (11/1 advice, Bangor 10 February) and Little Nosegay (12/1 advice, Wolverhampton, 27 February) kept the momentum going and by the end of February the bank had become swollen, thanks, as well, to five 6/1 strikes, and couple of 13/2 winners, 3 at 7s, five at 8s and 2 at nines.

Blue Ribbon’s progress has been steady and sure. A second month profit of some 30 points last September was followed, in December, by a 56.80-point gain. The good work continued into the new year with a January profit of 27.70 points and a February return of 135.78 points, which was built around a regular flow of winners such as Dangerous Ends (9/1, Kempton, 1 February) and Hamelin (12/1, Newcastle, 17 February). The day after Hamelin’s success was a particularly productive one for Blue Ribbon, as seven selections yielded four winners, including Zac Brown, an 11/1 Lingfield advice; in one afternoon, February’s profits more than doubled and they continued to grow throughout the rest of the month.

Sprint Specialiser continue to post healthy profits. February’s return of 51.69 was the tenth 50+ point yield since the turn of 2016. The outcome was third position in the February listing and with a 95.54 profit for 2017 it means Sprint Specialiser are handily placed in fourth in the overall 2017 table. They left it late this month but two big priced winners four days before the cut-off date made sure the fine recent record was maintained: The winners in question were 18/1 Royal Birth (Lingfield) and 9/1 Pulsating (Wolverhampton).

20/1 advice Premier Portrait (Kelso, 16 February), 16/1 Little Nosegay (Wolverhampton, 27 February) and 9/1 Island Master (Clonmel, 2 February) were the highlights of SG Racing’s best monthly yield since their impressive debut month return of more than 53 points back in July 2016.

Bells ‘N’ Banjos, a successful 12/1 selection at Leicester on 1 February was the highlight of a profitable month for S G Racing, who also scored with a 9/1 victor and two at 8s.

Nineteen winners and three each-way returns gave Colwyn Racing a second month of profit in 2017, while Foresight’s first month with Toptipsters ended with 14 winners, a near 50% strike-rate and a pleasing 13.16-point profit.

Golden Pony made a strong start to the month, with two 8/1 winners, Persun (Kempton, 1 February) and Encapsulated (Chelmsford City, 2 February). These gems were significant contributors to an overall February profit of 7.55 points.

Despite suffering a February loss, Under The Radar remain clear at the head of the 2017 Toptipsters table with a 185.55-point profit. Blue Ribbon are second on 163.48 and Early Price Profits sit third with 161.69 points.