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May Review: Our most profitable month EVER
The month of May proved to be our most profitable month since joining the BetAdvisor site in October 2013, recording +2617 profit from 42 selections with a yield of 67%. Highlights included THUMB STONE BLUES’ bumper win at Kilbeggan at 14/1 (+840), Bridies Boy’s victory at Clonmel at 10/1 (+625), successes for Miss Katie May and Leave At Dawn at 15/2 and 9/2 respectively (+450, +450) and an Ascot placed effort from Emell at 20/1 (+200). May’s profits have also taken us within touching distance of a large milestone, as we’re less than +400 away from hitting an overall profit of +10,000 (currently +9641). We now have an overall yield of 13.05% and a win rate of 33%, which hopefully goes to demonstrate our philosophy of making long term profit for members. We’ve got a very exciting month of June ahead, and for anyone that’s yet to sign-up to the service, until 5th June, we’re offering a HUGE DISCOUNT OF 50%, so make sure you sign-up before then using promo code CW13SILLS, and join us in making huge profits!!. Finally, if you haven’t already, please follow me on Twitter (@JohnSillsBA), where I’ll happily discuss any issues and answer any of your questions. All the best, John Sills.
Monday 11th May Review
Review of today's selections: Henry's Girl - NON RUNNER Leave At Dawn - 1ST - As predicted the step-up in trip really suited Charles Byrnes' five-year-old. He was very well supported prior to flag fall, and was a comfortable winner. One to keep on side next time out!!.
Sunday 10th May Review
Review of Sunday's selections: Ballyoisin - NON-RUNNER Pivot Bridge EW - 3RD: We collected place money from Pivot Bridge in the big handicap hurdle at Killarney. He ran a stormer and was only beaten three lengths, just unfortunate to bump into two well handicapped rivals. Bobby Jean - 3RD: So close yet so far again. Bobby Jean ran another solid race to finish third at Leopardstown (beaten less than a length). Her rider committed for home and led over a furlong out, in hindsight, he should have held onto her a little longer, as she became vulnerable to the closers. Not one to give up on next time out.