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Before I start, let me reference the eletter I wrote a month or so ago, entitled ‘Ever demolished a full packet of biscuits?’

Probably not the best time to talk about biscuits again so quickly after Easter, especially considering the size of the After Eight Easter egg I munched through on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. (Yes, it took that long!) Never again – well, not until next Easter, anyway.

In that article I gave you a neat little laying method that’s low-risk and, best of all, free to use.

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Cheltenham reflections

Well it was a great Cheltenham for those that picked up my Cheltenham report, where a profit of between 18 and 25 points was to be had, depending on when you placed your bets. Our Super Heinz bet came close too, with three winners, two placed, and two unplaced.

That’s a nice profit to add to our 32+ points last year and that’s five out six festivals now in which we have collected some tasty gains. Here’s to the seventh!

Great to see Sprinter Sacre win, with most bar myself not confident enough to tip him. Also, On the Fringe getting up to claim victory off Marito (who I also tipped) in my favourite race of the festival, the Foxhunters.

Last but not least, ex-Olympic-winning cyclist Victoria Pendleton completed a clear round and picked a few off close home to claim fifth. The word is she is now setting her sights on the 2017 Grand National meeting. More power to her reigns, I say.

Finally, spare a thought for those poor bookies who lost a shed load at the festival, with William Hill issuing a profits warning due to dire horse racing and unfavourable European football results.

In a surprise trading update on Wednesday, the bookmaker said it expected operating profit for this year to fall to between £260m and £280m, down from £291m last year. Analysts’ average forecast was for profit of £307m from a range of £284m to £318m.

Please hand me a tissue, dear reader, as I think I’m going to cry!

Week 10 – Racing Consultants results – final week

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