Cheekpieces
 Cheekpieces

PROVEN, CONSISTENT PROFIT

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?

 

Profit

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       Proven

Contact details

Email: members@cheekpieces.co.uk

Latest results

York Dante week:

 

Afaak - WON 9/2 (adv 15/2)

Time Change - WON 11/4 (adv 9/2)

 

"James Watt is a confident nap ; the colt won very impressively on his debut at Brighton and the runner-up won a competitive maiden at Chester last week... I advise a bet at any odds againstWON 2/1

 

"Titus was a classic contender as a 2-y-o after defeating Venice Beach but like many Of Weld’s last season never have his true running... having moved to Declan Caroll he was smashed into 9/1 for the Spring Mile before floundering in the testing conditions... he is expected to show considerable improvement today."  WON 5/1 (adv 10/1)

 

"Pettochside is worth an each-way interest at 11/2 with most of the field looking exposed." WON 7/1

 

"A very difficult start to Newmarket’s Craven meeting but I do like the chances of Mjjack. Well supported when disappointing first time up at Doncaster, he'll appreciate a return to 7f and better ground. Skybet go 5 places at 13/2 which is a decent each-way bet" 

WON 7/1

 

"I had Thomas Patrick ear-marked for the handicap chase but I didn’t expect him to be fav, it’s a race I would be looking to play each-way...with enhanced place offers he looks a safe e/w pick at 5/1"  WON 3/1

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"...Kilfilum Cross should be backed (WON 15/8) and at the day’s only flat card at Wolverhampton the best race of the night is the Conditions Stakes where Doctor Sardonicus (WON 3/1) is my idea of the fav with a draw and fitness advantage over Goldream." 1 point win on each

 

"...take a punt on the complete outsider Under The Phone @ 20/1. Robin Dickin’s gelding is lightly raced for a 9-y-o and can be forgiven he last run after the best part of two years off the track. A previous course winner he returns on a lower mark than for his last chase win. This isn’t a great race and at that price he’s worth an each-way bet."  3rd 11/2

 

"Potters Legend ... is now 9lbs lower than when a "staying on" 4th in last year's Kim Muir and has hinted at return to form of late... - 1/2 point each-way @ 11/2"   WON 9/2

 

"Euxton Lane has a bit to find with De Rasher Counter but is more progressive . A winner last time out, he was clearly up against it taking on Global Citizen the time before that and can continue his improvement here with a further step-up in trip - 23 points win" 

WON 2/1

 

"Members were advised to back Balko Des Flos e/w at 12/1 ante-post - if you did you now have e/w 3 places with a maximum 7 runners. If you didn't, I'd suggest waiting for confirmation that Douvan is out [14/1 in revised market]." 

WON 8/1

 

"Portrait King... as we saw with the first and second in the Welsh National, teenagers cannot be written off in these marathon tests. I think he has at least an each-way chance and suggest a place bet" " 3rd 33/1

 

 

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.