Trailblazing Mark Your Card set new records
November was a month to savour for Isiris' Mark Your Card. This trailblazing service, which has delighted subscribers and tormented bookmakers for some time now, posted an unprecidented 213.1 point profit for the 28-day period from 1-28 November. However, it wasn't just Mark Your Card's followers who had something to celebrate this month: First Favourite maintained their 100% record with an eleventh month of profit out of eleven. In fact, all the services in the challenge enjoyed a profitable month, which is a clear indication of the quality of the tipping within the Besttipping community.
Last month, Mark Your Card recorded a 199.2 point profit, so it was probably just a matter of time before the 200-point mountain was conquered. The ascent was remorseless, with barely a missed step. Most days yielded profits with the record of 6 November worth recounting in some detail. On that day, eight races were given the Mark Your Card scrutiny. Five had a single selection, two selections were given in a further two races while three horses were advised in the eighth contest. The results were astonishing. The winners of all eight races were identified - at odds of 5/1, 11/2, 4/1, 8/1, 6/1, 9/2, 11/4 and 13/8. The profit for day amounted to more than 120 points! That was over half the month's profits garnered in a single day. And subsequent winners of the calibre of 16/1 Mulligan's Man (Uttoxeter, 14 November), 14/1 Lady Of Longstone (Kempton, 23 November) and 11/1 Jayo Time (Ludlow, 23 November) ensured that the bumper payout on 6 November was not squandered.
What this all means is that Mark Your Card's profit so far in 2015 is 844.1 points, already 40 points more than their total figure for 2014 which, unsurprisingly, was a record. Check out Mark Your Card's tipster page for details of exclusive offers for Besttipping followers.
As I've said though, this month wasn't just about Mark Your Card. Middleton Racing Services registered a seventh month of profit out of 11. The 22.5 point gain, which earned second place this month, was the result of three wins and a further three second places from just seven bets.
Steve Jones' Daily Bargain secured third place in the November table thanks to five winners from 26 selections including 10/1 advice Vintage Star (Carlisle, 1 November).
Three winners (11/4, 9/2 and 4/1) and four places from just eight bets was the outcome of a third profitable month in a row for Richard Dunwoody, while 8/1 advice Identity Thief helped Isiris record a sixth profitable month of 2015.
A 50% strike-rate translated into another winning month for Those2oppose. Winners were priced at 5/2, 11/4, 7/4, 15/8 and 2/1. Last year, Those2oppose finished sixth in the overall table with a near 50 point profit. This year, the profit is already 65.4 points which puts this service into fourth spot in the 2015 table.
Jack Dexter, a winner at Doncaster on the final day of the turf Flat season, ushered in a fine month for James Boyle. That 7/1 strike was augmented by three winning 6/1 advices: Unowhatimeanharry (Cheltenham, 15 November), The Gay Cavalier (Kempton, 25 November) and Wakanda (Newbury 28 November).
Personal Info's Saturday service was also in good form, with the success of 9/2 Briery Queen (Doncaster, 28 November) catching the eye.
Eighteen of Steve Jones' probets selections finished in the first three during the period under review, with eight finding their way into the winners' enclosure. This haul included two 5/1 Lingfield victors, Oakley Girl (13 November) and Mindurownbusiness (14 November).
Having secured profits in the first ten months of 2015, there was naturally some pressure on First Favourite to maintain this astonishing record. Happily, yet another profit was recorded with four wins from just seven selections in November. A measurement of the long-term consistency of First Favourite's tipping can be gained by considering that since 10 September, all but one out of 23 selections have finished first or second. A remarkable record.