Good Evening

Here are Mondays official Syndicate Superclub bets, Usually my advices are each way tips, however I am going for 3 straight win bets on Monday, on a trio of horses who have rock solid chances in their respective events

Some of the members have requested that I give a brief summary to the days tips, So I have written some text into the body of the email to give an explanation to some of the reasons why I like the selections, and hope thats to your liking, William Hill had priced 2 of the races up at the time of writing, but please shop around for best odds yourself on the horses

LEVEL STAKES SINGLE WIN ADVICES

WIN NUMBER 2 UPANDATIT 2.45 MUSSELBURGH (11/4 HILLS)

Nick Alexander who trains up in Scotland can land this 0-110 handicap chase on Monday, 14 Winners from 94 runners is a decent strike rate for the handler who has dropped the 6 year old gelding into a much weaker contest than last time outs race of 0-120 when 3rd on his chasing debut, which was a very sound contest for its grade, so this is a big drop in class, Sean Quinlan takes the mount who rode UPANDATIT at Ayr on the previous run, and this former point to pointer can win a seemingly very ordinary handicap Chase

WIN NUMBER 3 AMBION HILL 1.0 LUDLOW (7/2 HILLS)

Ambion Hill has a super chance of winning on his debut over fences for trainer Colin Tizzard and Jockey Brendan Powell, the 6 year old gelding is a grand stamp of a horse, and is built for chasing, the horse ran really well last time out when 4th of 18 runners at Exeter over hurdles and that run will have put AMBION HILL spot on for this race, the fences are quite straightforward for him and I take Albion Hill to give Brendan Power the same rider who rode him last time another winner running off what could be quite a lenient mark of just 100 on his first appearance over the bigger obstacles

WIN NUMBER 1 A DISTANT PLACE 12.15 MUSSELBURGH-*****PLEASE NOTE THIS HORSE IS NOW A NON RUNNER****

Trained by the same yard as yesterdays 11/2-9/2 winner, (When you’re Ready at Chepstow) ThisĀ  6 year old gelding has a fine chance of winning on Monday in a National Hunt Novice Hurdle, a winner last time out in a canter at Hereford, hacking up by 5lengths after being off the track for 11 months, this race looks made to measure to give Jonjo O’Neill his first ever winner at the track as a trainer albeit he has only ever had 5 runners at Musselburgh and 3 have been placed, the long trip can prove profitable for the father and son combination with A DISTANT PLACE

Good Luck as always for more winners

Best Wishes

Peter