As if that wasn’t enough, his only other selection, Sinfonietta (also advised at 25-1, the previous afternoon), finished second in the Spring Mile to return a tasty each-way profit.
The stunning Bravery coup echoed the recent mighty ante-post gamble landed on Mysteree (20-1 down to 10-1) in the Eider Chase and came just a week after he struck gold with a rare three-star win-only bet on Yala Enki (9-2 into 9-4)
Gary already had bookmakers reeling in the run-up to Cheltenham thanks to Hamelin (14-1 into 11-1), Willoughby Hedge (11-1 into 8-1), and Flying Angel (10-1 into 7-2).
As a result the 2015-16 Racing Post Naps champion has made over +£9,000 for his clients in the first 13 weeks of this year - an awesome £700 per week - betting at £100 per point in selected races where the markets are strong.
Following on from last season’s bookie-bashing exploits over jumps, his other 2017 winners include Alfie Spinner (9-1), Brandon Hill (11-2) and Cold March (6-1).
Gary’s disciplined approach continues to reap rewards year on year for subscribers to his highly profitable Gold Service. Last season they made +£15,000 from November to March inclusive - that’s an incredible +3k a month TAX-FREE!
And those sort of figures are no flash in the pan either. Since launching the service in September 2013, the overall profit stands at +58.6k - an average of +£1,400 a month. How’s that for a tidy second income?
Other big-priced winners last season included Barney Dwan (33-1 into 14-1), Annacotty (20-1 into 12-1), Village Vic(16-1 into 8-1), plus 14-1 pearls Kings Bayonet and Superb Story.
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