Punters didn’t have an easy time of it following lockdown. Large fields producing extremely competitive handicaps, which in turn led to quite a number of shocking results. Some top yards battled (and still are), whilst others grew considerably in stature. BUT, the form is settling down now, and some, namely the Clockwatcher, is firing on all cylinders. At Greyville on 14 October the Clockwatcher highlighted his sole win bet Traces as a Pick Six banker. The result was a payout of over R323000 for a perm costing R3000.
At Greyville 18 October the Clockwatcher selected 6 outright winners which included Lord Of The Manor won 17/2 and Hey Bill won 11/2. Two win bets were highlighted on this day, Candyman won 5/4 and Rite Of Passage won 8/11. The top speed ratings always weighed in with five winners plus 2nd top rated Golden Duke at 7/1.
These results were not a fluke. At the Vaal’s classic track on 15 October the Clockwatcher also highlighted two win bets, Veld Flower won 53/20 and La Luvia won 13/10. At Durbanville 13 October the sole win bet Capitana won 33/20 and the the sole each way value bet Jean’s Man (10/1 when advised) won 11/2. The Speed ratings highlighted 3 winners that day which included Variety Breeze won 10/1. The Speed ratings were also on the mark at Greyville 12 October selecting 4 winners including Secret Dynasty at 9/1.
The format of the Clockwatcher’s Tipping Service is continually changing and growing in stature. Indeed, it now comprises three pages of valuable information. Tips for race, win bets, each way bets, exotic perms with thoughts and suggestions. Full speedratings for every race. Guiding comments. Members of the Tipping Service also have access to a FREE daily notebook, and a FREE monthly Horses to Follow.
All this for R800 per month (31 days) for all provinces, or R2100 quarterly (92 days).