Refreshed Profit Club Official make their mark
After a brief sabbatical, Profit Club Official returned to action in June and fully refreshed, they posted a 29.10-point profit, earning top position in the month’s listings. LB Tipster continue to impress; June’s 15.95-point yield secured the June runners-up berth and sees their lead at the top of the table increase to more than 30 points over Sprint Specialiser.
Joining Toptipsters in September 2018, Profit Club Official were an instant hit, posting a debut month profit of more than 83 points. Further gains followed in October and November resulting in a fine fifth place in the year’s listings. January was also a winning month, but modest losses over the next three months slowed progress.
Returning to the fray on 24 June, Profit Club Official posted an opening day profit, and repeated the trick on five of the six following days. During this week-long feast, 65 bets were advised, covering 33 races. Of these 33 races, 17 winners were identified including 8/1 Al Messila (Leicester, 27 June), 7/1, Second Collection (Windsor, 30 June), 7/1 Brave Eagle (Uttoxeter, 30 June) and two 11/2 strikes, Glamorous Crescent (Chepstow, 24 June) and City Wanderer (Newbury, 25 June). In total 54% of all selections finished first, second or third.
LB Tipster’s month can be split into two distinct sections. Between 1 and 9 June an 11% strike-rate, which resulted in a 24-point loss. Then, after a mid-month break, a 38% strike rate (and a 40-point profit) between 22 and 30 June. Best priced of the month’s ten winners was El Astronaute (7/1), a winner at the Curragh on 27 June.
Rosadora (4/1, Lingfield, 11 June) was one of six winning selections for Sandbets (25% strike-rate), while Sovereign Racing advised 54 June bets of which no less than 30 finished in the first three. These included a 6/1 winner and places at 14s, 12s and 8s.
Despite posting a 14.95-point loss, Sprint Specialiser remain in second position behind LB Tipster in the 2019 table. Only six of June’s 54 selections were winners (11%), but there were plenty of near misses with a further 26 advices being placed at odds up to 20/1.