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EachWay Accas' little cracker

Published: 14/11/2015

EachWay Accas remain cemented at the top of the Toptipsters table, thanks to a huge 257.05 profit secured in October. Captain George (Wolverhampton 16th October) spearheaded another magnificent campaign which also featured Qibtee (16/1, Nottingham, 28 October), a quartet of 12/1 winners and a further ten priced between 6/1 and 10s.

Xanadu Racing are well on their way to recording a third successive month of profit. By the end of play on 13 November, the return was a pleasing 25.8 points thanks to 16/1 advice My Little Cracker, a winner at Ayr on 11th. The previous day, Sunblazer (8/1, Towcester) had delivered the goods as did 5 November Towcester strike, Moscow Me.

Xanadu now sits in third spot in the Toptipster table behind Each Way Accas and Racing Bulletin, with an overall profit of 57.44 points, achieved with a strike rate of almost 26%.

Racing Bulletin returned to the fold after a summer/early autumn sabbatical on 9 November and made an instant impact with 9/1 advice Wizards Bridge scoring at Exeter. As a glance at Racing Bulletin’s stats page will show, this is a service that, when winning, wins big. February, April and May all yielded profit’s of more than 100 points.

Super31 were in fine fettle in October posting a profit of 87.93 points. This figure is based on singles, but Super31 aims to make big profits from lucky31 bets. Twice they came close to pulling off a major win. On 18th October winners at 8/1 and 4/1 (plus a non-runner) added up to an 88 point haul, while, eight days later, three of the five selections were successful at 11/2, 4/1 and 5/1 (the other two finished second and third). Had the other two selections finished first the profit would have been above £5,000, but a return of £283 to a £1 unit stake (£31 total outlay) was worthy consolation.