Sprint Specialiser has title in sight
After last month’s orgy of record-breaking, November was a much more sedate month. Early Price Profits and Saffron Racing posted small profits, but for the remaining Toptipster services, this was a month of consolidation. And that is how it is sometimes; you make hay while the sun shines...
As all followers of Besttipping and Toptipsters (should) know, profit-making is a long-term ambition, not a short-term fix. We measure success or failure over a whole year, not a few weeks. And within the year, there will be periods of inactivity, or runs of losers. In a way, that’s the deal for, without these periods of toil, there would be no incentive for bookmakers to stay in business, and without the layers, of course, there would be no chance of turning a profit.
Early Price Profits claimed top spot in November, their second pole-position in three months and their fourth profitable return in the six months they have participated in the Toptipster Challenge. Highlights includes the victory of 9/1 advice Rumiluc at Fontwell on 13 November and a 37% strike-rate over the last five days of the month, during which time no less than 17 winners were highlighted.
In the race to win the 2016 challenge, Sprint Specialiser remain the firm favourites to lift the title. Having finished first in five monthly listings, they have accumulated an impressive 406.3-point profit. This includes no fewer than seven 50-point + monthly yields.
Second, with an eleven-month yield of 257.72 points comes the hard-hitting 2015 champions, EachWay Accas. Last month’s typically bold approach netted two 14/1 winners, Cliff Face (Kempton, 16 November) and Gracious John (Nottingham, 2 November).
Early Price Profits remain in third place in the 2016 listing with a gain of 154.26 points, while Peter James (73.31 points) and Saffron Racing (72.25 points) sit in fourth and fifth positions.
STOP PRESS…Blue Ribbon Racing Services have made a strong start to December, and after three days action boast a 101.67% return on investment. Also catching the eye are Peter James (75% ROI) and Winning Wager (46% ROI).