I’m a professional gambler, and I share my horse racing tips for today. My Nap of the Day will be posted below, after midday most days. Since my Premium Advisory Service launched on 1st of October 2013, the Nap changed slightly. The advisory service will have about 15 very selective bets a week, and they will be emailed to members daily between 9.00 and 12.00 in the morning. The Nap therefore will now be the horse I think represents the best bet of the day, at the current odds after the noon cutoff for my premium bets. It might be a horse that fell just below the criteria for a premium bet, or it might be in a race where the market hadn’t properly formed before noon. As soon as I post today’s horse racing naps, I will tweet a link to this page, so please for updates to this, and other pages on the website.

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 Nap of the Day –  Saturday 24th of June 2017

1 PT EW Librisa Breeze at 12/1 BOG with Bet 365

Today’s Horse Racing tip runs in the 4:20 at Ascot. Librisa Breeze won his maiden over ten furlongs, and was second in the Hunt Cup over a mile at last year’s Royal Ascot, displaying a stunning turn of foot to come from last to first, before that effort told. A drop to seven furlongs looked sure to suit, and he duly hacked up in the big seven furlong handicap back at Ascot at the end of July.

After a fourth in a group three race at York he put up a performance that had to be seen to be believed, back at Ascot in a big seven furlong handicap in early October. He was held up and still nearly last coming to the furlong pole, but was hard on the bridle with nowhere to go. It looked like if he got out straight away he’d likely fly home and look an unlucky loser. He didn’t get out straight away, indeed he only got a run half a furlong out with around twelve horses ahead of him, yet picked up to win half a length without getting a slap. Even more remarkable was that the pace was on the steady side for those big handicaps and the horses in front certainly weren’t stopping.

He turned up two weeks later in the Champions Sprint won by The Tin Man, but while he had no trouble with the drop to six furlongs, travelling well through the race, he had to be switched for a run and he never had much chance of getting there, staying on into sixth without getting too hard a race. His staying on finish would lead some to believe that means he wants further, but that would be an error as any horse that travels like him, and has their effort delayed like that, would be expected to come home at least that well, even if the trip was their maximum.

He’s often looked over seven furlongs that he wants to go faster, and the turn of foot he’s shown over that trip and a mile is something most six furlongs horses couldn’t get close to, so he definitely has the speed, the problem today is that while there is sixteen runners, they might split into two groups and while more pace seems high, there really isn’t any confirmed speedballs to take them along. I still think he’s a good bet at 12/1 though, as that seven furlong win suggested top sprinter to me, and while he didn’t immediately back up that impression next time, that run came just two weeks afterwards, and he may have ran a bit flat, as most of his best efforts have come off a break of five weeks or more.

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