Impressive early results for GC-Racing
“No tricks, no gimmicks just clear and concise daily horse racing selections based on years of dedicated study and knowledge resulting in consistent monthly profits.” That’s the claim made by GC-Racing, who joined Toptipsters back in October.
With three months results logged, it’s time to check the veracity of GC-Racing’s bold assertion. Two profitable months out of three and already ahead in January. That’s an encouraging start, but we need to get closer to make sense of those figures.
The first results were posted on 23 October, and the initial winner was recorded two days later. That was Dorking Boy, a 7/2 advice at Ayr. Apart from this, early results were mixed, but a strong finish with three winners in the last three days of action reduced the deficit to a manageable 3.5-point loss.
To finish a debut month with a loss is always disappointing. but GC quickly bounced back. With 23 winning selections from 74, November was month to saviour. The winning list was topped by 13/2 advice Shiroccan Roll (Market Rasen, 18 November), 5/1 advices Neverbeen To Paris (Plumpton, 3 November) and Cilluirid (Sedgefield, 4 November), and 4/1 advice Wakool (Musselburgh, 3 November). The final yield was 10.2 points, having been as high as 22 points on 18 November. And, crucially, there were no jaw-dropping losing sequences.
December’s results were steady – another profit and a return of 21 wins from 81 tips – and but for a losing run of nine, the winners came along with pleasing regularity. The best priced scorer was Colonel Keating, who returned a 6/1 SP when successful at Lingfield on 20 December.
On New Year’s Day, GC produced its most impressive feat to date – a 28.65/1 treble from the day’s three selections: Pitempton Power (11/4, Musselburgh), Amour De Nuit (15/8, Musselburgh) and L’homme Presse (7/4, Cheltenham).
At the time of writing, GC are again showing a small profit for January, as well as a healthy strike-rate of more than 36%.
Tips are advised most days, with jumps and all-weather action coming under the radar. We wish GC well in the forthcoming months, and hope the positive results of the first three months continue.
11 January 2022