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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?

Were you on COMPANY MINX?

Members advised to back Company Minx at Newmarket

WON 50/1

+33.9 points profit to advised stakes in 2021 (to end of May) incl:
NOORBAN - WON 7/2 adv 9/1
POET''S LADY - WON 2/1 adv 7/2
COLEY'S KOKO - WON 11/4 adv 15/2
ETON COLLEGE - WON 11/1 adv 14/1
BONNYRIGG - WON 11/4 adv 9/2
REBEL AT DAWN WON 11/4 adv 100/30
BAY BRIDGE - WON 11/4 adv 7/2
JUMBY - WON adv 11/4
Minella Indo
WON 9/1
WON 10/3
WON 9/2
My Footsteps
WON 9/1
Galopin D' Champs
WON 7/1
Langer Dan
WON 5/1
Dubai Angel
WON 13/2
Molly Carew
WON 10/1

“Betting is ultimately about winning”

My background is as an accountant and that has meant I’ve have developed an analytical approach to betting. I hate losing money and if I thought I would lose in the mid to long term I would stop betting tomorrow. Of course I have losing runs the same as everyone else but over a sustained period, I know from past experience that I will come out on top.


The Winners and Profits from 2020, continue in 2021. 


Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021

“A Plus Tard turned the novice handicap chase into a rout two years ago and has a solid chance of Gold if proving to have the stamina required. A win in the Savills Chase suggests he will stay the additional two furlongs, but that Savills Chase was another bunch finish. I still wouldn’t rule out stable mate, and horse to follow, Minella Indo who fell early in that race. He has been out of form so far this season but ran a great race in the RSA last season, where he appeared to get involved in a scrap with Allaho a long way out and set the race up for Champ”
Minella Indo –
0.5 point each-way @ 9/1″ WON 9/1


Taunton does attract the ITV cameras for the Weatherbys Portman Cup Chase (2:10), but it’s two other races on the card that have attracted my interest: the class two handicap hurdle (2:45) has attracted a good line-up and Brewin’upastorm looks over-priced to me returning to the smaller obstacles. On his best hurdles form he should be up to conceding weight all round, and with Olly Murphy back in form, the selection is worth a bet:

Taunton 2:45 – Brewin’upastorm – 1 point win @ 5/1 (Bet365 6/1) – WON 3/1

The mares handicap chase (4:00) also makes some appeal. Molly Carew ran well in last year’s renewal, when a bad blunder may have cost her, and she attempts to make amends off of a mark 9lbs lower. She has been out-of-sorts in two starts so far this season, but had a similar preparation last year, so one suspects that this might have been the plan:

Taunton 4:00 – Molly Carew – 1 point win @ 12/1 10/1 – WON 10/3

The Matchbook Best Odds Handicap Chase (2:25) has been snubbed by ITV, but there are a couple of interest. Yalltari ran well in the Welsh National Trial before getting outstayed by Secret Reprieve and The Two Amigos, he’s been dropped 2lbs for that, so below his last winning mark and with course form, he has to have a chance. Enqarde was a winner for us over hurdles earlier in the winter, he looked to be travelling well when unseating in the Tommy Whittle at Haydock and is worth another chance. Not ideal but as the prices have shortened, I suggest split stakes on the two:

Ascot 2:25 – Yalltari – 0.5 point win @ 5/1;
Ascot 2:25 –Enqarde – 0.5 point win @ 13/2 – WON 4/1


Pallas Dancer makes plenty of appeal. Having only raced six times, the War Command gelding has shown steady improvement stepping up in trip, he tackles ten furlongs for the first time. However, he won over an extended nine furlongs last time out, the second and fourth have won since, and he’s only gone up 3lbs. He does not have proven form at Gosforth Park, but he ran well in a novice event over six furlongs and has scope for further progression. The favourite, Termonator, boasts strong credentials but has to prove his defeat at Wolverhampton last time out was due to the track and not the trip, he’s worth opposing – Pallas Dancer – 1 point win @ 5/2”  WON 4/1

Fair play to Chelmsford, paying prize money down to eighth place in some of the lowest rated races, and rewarded with many entries. Fair to say a 0-50 classified stakes isn’t many people’s cup-of-tea, although plenty of punters seem to have backed Trepidation already. He is the most likely winner, but there isn’t a lot between him and My Footsteps based on their run two starts back (over CD), where they both met trouble in running, although Trepidation was the real eye-catcher. Since that run, My Footsteps was again unlucky with the draw, and I’m convinced he was better than his finishing position (5th) suggests. There isn’t much between rivals at this level, the fav looks the one to beat, but at 4/5 the market believes he has a 55% chance of winning, while at 9/1, the selection has only a 10% chance. I will take a chance at those odds – 1 point win @ 9/1 (Skybet 10/1)”  WON 9/2

In the following race, again the obvious starting point is Holly Doyle’s mount, Aviary, likely to be over-bet as an eye-catcher last time out and trained by Roger Charlton. She could be interesting on handicap debut off of 70. I am going to take a bit of a chance with Muay Thai. The son of Acclamation wasn’t disgraced competing at a higher level than this as a juvenile. He ran well after a break and gelding operation last time out when proving no match for the prolific Rohaan. The handicapper has dropped him a further 2lbs for that, and I’m hoping he can be competitive here in a 0-70 event – Muay Thai – point win @ 6/1 (13/2 Hills)”  WON 7/2

“In the Welsh National, purely from a handicapping viewpoint, all Secret Reprieve has to do is turn up, negotiate 23 fences and stay the extended trip. Surely the odds on that happening is less than 4/1? He demolished a strong field in the trial race, in similar conditions. The handicapper believes he should carry 12lbs more than he did that day, and yet he has to carry just a 4lbs penalty, as the race was an early closer. He may be a short price for such a test, but on ratings he is “thrown-in”– 1 point win @ 4/1″  WON 5/2

Ask Me Early is one I put up at the abandoned Exeter meeting at the end of last month. The gelding has already proven that he acts on today’s conditions and track, and a 6lb rise is unlikely to stop his progression – 1 point win @ 5/2″ WON 7/4


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  • How I create my own SP Forecast or “Tissue” before a race begins 
  • How to spot if a market is “over-round” or “over-broke”
  • Why bookmakers intentionally lose money at Cheltenham and other notable races
  • How to check if a horse is over or under priced by the bookmaker
  • Examples of where I won and lost money using when using the “3 Ducks In A Row” method

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