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Sunday, 8 April 2018

Eric Winner's Top 5 Tips

The word is out.

Eric Winner has proven he is no ordinary horse racing tipster. The sprint king is never far away from a big priced winner. Take a look at his top 5 Winners. 

Major Assault - 100-1 

Most gamblers wait a lifetime to find a 33-1 winner but Eric said: ''I fancy the chance of this horse winning''. Backed from 100-1 - 14-1 the rest is history. Read his post here. You wouldn't believe it, but he also gave a 12-1 winner on the same day. 

Joe Packet - 25-1 

Eric has never been frightened of tipping big priced horses and this chestnut gelding didn't let him down. He said: ''The selection has to be Joe Packet because the trainer has a 26% win rate...'' Take a look at this day when his followers filled their pockets.    

Crew Cut - 25-1 

He's like the demon barber and on this fateful day he gave the bookies a short back and sides. Crew Cut was actually one of Eric's Secret Tips (paid subscription) and it was a great day for his followers. He gave a 7-2 winner just to add to the successful day. 

Sunraider - 25-1 

They say the sun always shines on TV. Well, it did at the 3:30 Pontefract when this horse enjoyed the Yorkshire air. Eric advised punters go in each-way at 20-1. It went off 25-1 and you should have seen the look on bookmakers' face when his loyal followers got to the counter.  

Archie Stevens - 22-1 

An old war horse if you have seen one. Archie Stevens is one of those sprinters who you can never write-off and pops up just when most punters have given up. Not Eric with his trusty (unique) speed rating. Read his race analysis here.   


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