You crafty so-and-sos just keep on doing it when it comes to giving our number crunchers a good going-over! That was the case yet AGAIN last weekend as a racing punter from Ireland netted a tidy €2,240 windfall off only a €2.50 stake.
Our winner – who hails from Co Kilkenny – somehow managed to correctly call the winners of five races from three different tracks in the UK and Ireland last Saturday. Our victor’s selections came from Fairyhouse, Kempton and Newcastle, beating whopping odds of 895/1 in the process.
To make matters even better, the winnings were confirmed inside of just two hours in what must have been a super Saturday for our customer. Let’s tell you how the loot was landed:
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Our journey starts in Ireland, where JASON THE MILITANT (15/8) was the first selection on our customer’s bet in the 13:45 at Fairyhouse. Henry de Bromhead’s gelding duly justified his favourite’s tag to see off Petit Mouchoir handily by seven-and-half lengths after being steered around expertly by Rachael Blackmore.
We swiftly moved across the Irish Sea next for the 13:50 at Kempton, as our winner was hoping the Paul Nicholls-trained TAMAROC DU MATTAN (1/1) would make it two-from-two on the day. There was no need to fret as Harry Cobden in the saddle beat off the fancied Ga Law into second by three-and-three-quarter lengths, after taking the lead three from home and keeping on well for victory.
Remaining at Kempton, the third race on the betslip came in the 14:25. Alan King’s TRITONIC (5/6) was yet another favourite to get the job done on the day and the gelding did so in style, leaving Casa Loupi behind by an impressive 10 lengths to triumph.
A hop up to Newcastle was required next for the 15:15, as SAM’S ADVENTURE (15/2) for trainer Brian Ellison carried our victor’s hopes. This proved to be the tightest affair on the bet as Crossley Tender briefly took the led in the run-in, but Henry Brooke onboard Sam’s Adventure was having none of it and got back in front before the line to secure a three-quarters of a length success.
That left everything on the back of the Tom George-trained CLONDAW CASTLE (9/1) in the 15:35 back at Kempton. He was given a stern challenge by Erick Le Rouge at the Surrey track, but it wasn’t enough to stop Clondaw Castle bringing home the bacon for our winner.
With that result, the cash was claimed and €2,240 was winging its way to a very happy punter in Ireland. Enjoy the winnings!
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