“I was confident that Little Josh would go very well. The stable whispers were good and I’d advised my private members that the signs were positive.”
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(PRWEB) November 15, 2010
Members of the horse racing tipster service Inside Gambler celebrated long into the night on Saturday, after cashing winning bets at 28/1 on Little Josh in the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham.
Punters were told by Inside Gambler’s Chief Racing Analyst, John Fullerton, that Little Josh was a certainty to win, and watched with bated breath as the 8-year-old gelding jumped to a brilliant victory in the £150,000 showpiece.
Fullerton’s prediction was very impressive considering the pre-race hype that surrounded Nicky Henderson's Long Run, who was fancied by many pundits to dominate the Paddy Power Gold Cup and started as one of the shortest priced favourites for years. But Fullerton had faith in the Nigel Twiston-Davies trained horse - and Little Josh did not disappoint!
Ridden by Sam Twiston-Davies (Nigel’s son) Little Josh lead from pillar to post, and to the joy of Inside Gambler’s members romped home to a brilliant win at odds of 20/1 (SP) once Fullerton’s members had hooked in the early 28/1 price.
“I’m overjoyed,” said Leonard Poole, an Inside Gambler member from Worcester. “I listened to John’s tipping line on Saturday morning and I must say I was surprised with his selection because the odds were so high, but, as always, I believed in his strategy.”
“The manner in which Little Josh took this race by the scruff of the neck was sensational. I’m so pleased. My winnings will make for a great Christmas!”
“I am delighted!” said an ecstatic John Fullerton. “Little Josh is a horse that I’ve admired for a long time and to see him dominate a field like that, containing such quality runners, is remarkable.“
“I was confident that he would go very well. The stable whispers were good and I’d advised my private members that the signs were positive.”
“Little Josh looked exceptional when dead-heating Weird Al at Carlisle last time out, Nigel [Twiston-Davies] has had a great record at Cheltenham over the last five years and Little Josh is just the type of progressive second-season chaser that his in-form yard excels with. 28/1 looked unbelievable value for a horse of his calibre!”
‘Good value’ and ‘excellent pedigree'? Sounds like phrases that could equally apply to John Fullerton’s horse racing tips service on its current form.