Some of the recent winners advised on NMP include:
Harbour Vision 5/1
Mountain Angel 9/2
Just That Lord 13/2
Burrows Saint 15/2
Eden Rose 9/2
Ventura Ocean 8/1
The latest news from Northern Monkey Punter.
Author: Wayne Finter | Date: 13th May 2019
The 2018/19 football ante posts couldn't have gone much better. All eight advised singles won and five of the seven accas won at odds of 75/1, 35/1, 24/1, 10/1 & 9/1.
Author: Wayne Finter | Date: 28th April 2019
It is great to have the Flat season back - our bread and butter.
We've been keeping the stakes limited for the first month of the season or so, while the form settles down, but we've had some decent winners already, including Marmelo in the John Porter (9/1), Ventura Ocean (8/1), Just That Lord (13/2), Mountain Angel (9/2) and Gumball (10/3), along with Eden Rose (9/2), Champarisi (3/1) and Harbour Vision (5/1) on the all-weather and Burrows Saint (15/2) in the Irish Grand National.
I will be stepping stakes back up to the full scale (0.25 to 3 pts) in May as we now enter the main months of the Flat season, in which I expect to make the bulk of our profit this year.
Author: Wayne Finter | Date: 18th March 2019
The 2019 Cheltenham Festival proved another enjoyable one for NMP members as we made a profit of over +11 pts from 38 pts staked on the week.
We suffered some bad luck on the first day with Buveur D'Air and Benie Des Dieux (both backed in separate ante post doubles) falling (the latter, especially, was set to collect when tumbling at the last), though a minor return off Roksana in the Mares' Hurdle softened the blow.
Our big ante post gamble on Tower Bridge (backed at prices up to 20/1 each-way) was foiled by the classy A Plus Tard in the Close Brothers, though we did manage a place return as he finished second after enduring a nightmare passage.
On the Wednesday, Tiger Roll landed the Cross-Country for us but Thursday was the big day. Defi Du Seuil landed a gamble for us in the JLT (backed at 11/1 ante post and went off 3/1) and then Sire Du Berlais landed another gamble in the next race on the card, the Pertemps (14/1 into 4/1) - we had those two backed in a double on the day as well as in singles. Our third winner of the day was Siruh Du Lac in the Brown Advisory Plate (8/1 into 9/2), who jumped his rivals into submission from the front under Lizzie Kelly.
On the Friday our main Gold Cup pick, Presenting Percy, returned lame, though Defi Bleu (14/1, EW) and Dallas Des Pictons (7/2, EW) went close in the finale, the Martin Pipe.
Overall it was a profitable week and one that puts us on the front foot ahead of the new turf season, which begins in the coming weeks and is where I expect us to make the bulk of our profit for the year.