Welcome to Cheekpieces
I've spent over ten years realising a second income from betting on horse racing which has resulted in several bookmakers either closing or placing restrictions on my account. I had several exclusive followers already and in early 2017 decided to start up the website Cheekpieces and offer membership to new clients. My modus operandi is quite simple...regular winners at above market prices. Interested in winning?
"Showboating may be a 10-y-o but his form at the track is at least a stone better than on any other surface. After some moderate runs elsewhere his mark has slipped 17lbs lower than when contesting a class 3 at the track in May and he has to be worth a bet @ 10/1 each-way" WON 13/2
"I can understand why Western Duke is the tissue fav for the penultimate race at Wolves but there’s enough doubts for me to oppose it with the lightly raced Aircraft Carrier who can reverse the form with Charlie D after being left with too much to do when they met last time out. 7/2 is a fair price" WON 5/2
"Midnight Shadow has to be backed at 13/2 based on his heavy ground form against Mont Des Avaloirs on the card last year, the current fav Notwhatiam (3rd 9/1) has some shocking form in testing conditions and I’ll be amazed if it goes off as market leader" WON 4/1
"Contrive looks to have been given a chance to record her third win in four starts, the other effort was a second in a class 2 at Newmarket, having been raised on 3lbs for her last win. The small swing in favour of Golden Iris shouldn’t be enough for that filly to reverse the form (7/2 [rule 4])" WON 9/4
"Black Mischief looks to be a bit of value in a competitive handicap hurdle....on an upwards curve until falling last time out at Market Rasen when mounting a serious challenge; the winner that day has since gone up a stone. Harry Fry has his yard in good form and the champion jockey replaces the amateur that rode last time out.@ 11/2 each-way the selection looks the bet." WON 6/1
"An each-way angle with Jellmood currently priced-up at 16/1 has slipped to his lowest ever rating after a couple of disappointing efforts since having a wind op. A repeat of his novice win a year ago would put him in with a shout here off of 85. It will take a leap of faith to hope he’s back to his best but at the prices it’s a risk worth taking." 2nd 12/1
"Speedo Boy could be the best handicapped horse of the day on a perch of 118 after his fine run in the Cambridgeshire and has a favourites chance here " WON 4/1
"Loose Chips is proven at the track and after an encouraging seasonal debut at Carlisle he looks worth a bet to add to his course wins - 1 point win at 13/2" WON 7/1
"I can’t remember putting up a horse that’s run twice and finished 12th and 11th but Battle Of Waterloo is worth a second look. He was a bit of an eye-catcher when 150/1 on debut at HQ when not getting a clear run in a race that now looks to have been decent. Backed into 9/2 next time out at Yarmouth he ran too freely and wasn’t suited by the softer ground. He could be a bit of each-way value against the long odds-on fav here (20/1 from 33/1 first show)" WON 10/1
"I fully expected Contrive to be favourite so I’m delighted to see she doesn’t head the market. She finished a close second in a class 2 fillies handicap last time out, a race in which the third and fourth had won last time out. She seems progressive and a 3lb rise seems lenient and with this drop in grade she should be in the mix." WON 4/1
"C/D winner Kingston Kurrajong also takes a drop in grade having slipped to a winnable mark and looks worth an each-way interest @ 16/1" 2nd 13/2
"Sunnytahliateigan looked to be on a real upward curve when splitting Golan Fortune and Bastien at Sandown, that form is solid and he's only 3lbs higher now...not been out since disappointing in soft ground at Huntingdon so we have to take it on trust that he’s prepared for today but he looks a cracking each-way bet @ 33/1" 3rd 8/1
"Fresh Terms has form on good-to-soft and although 10lb higher than for her last win but is only a 1lb higher than last time out at Chester where it looked like she was sent for home too early. She beat Winged Spur that day who now re-opposes on worst terms after winning since they last met...widely available at 3/1 and worth a bet." WON 2/1
"Limato is a pretty solid favourite, after plenty of 2/1 on Thursday evening he's a best priced 7/4... he's worth a bet as he's a great chance of repeating last year's success"
"Mot Juste looks a bit of each-way value at 14/1 but hopefully all eight line-up for 3 places. It wasn't a great race she won last time out but she was very impressive and worth a punt at a big price." WON 12/1
"Mulhima is a solid form chance and would have been nap material if it wasn`t for the jockey booking - 1 point win @ 13/2" WON 4/1
"Raising Sand comes here off of a decent effort in the Cambridgeshire...loves Ascot and was third in last year’s renewal only beaten by group horses Accidental Agent and Lord Glitters. Jamie Osborne’s gelding gets in here off of a 2lb lower mark and has a cracking each-way chance at 9/1." WON 5/1
"Rawdaa looks to have been crying out for a step up in trip and will appreciate 10f after some decent efforts over a mile. She is yet to encounter soft ground so any easing in the going would be an unknown factor but she is a worthy fav at 7/2." WON 5/2
"Intense Romance is in good form and will appreciate the rain that is expected to fall before racing...she looks good each-way value at 16/1 which won't last long if the going is soft" WON 11/1 (soft)
"I want to be with the second fav Cross My Mind (100/30) who returns to the scene of a win on her penultimate start after a decent third on turf in between. The filly is progressive and should be competitive off of her new mark of 74." WON 3/1
Selections are proofed to RACING INDEX not all Twitter bets are recorded and each-way bets are rarely proofed as each-way. Note the results are reported at SP/BSP not at the prices advised.