Shaun Wiggins Rules the All-Weather in December
Shaun Wiggins finished on top for the month of December on the All-Weather ChampionshipsTipping Game, bagging himself 41 winners over the month, to post a profit of over £145 to a £1 stake.
Sharon Squires also did well in December, finding an impressive 53 winners finishing with a strike rate of 21%, while Mark Hillock also had a successful month, with a £1 bet on all his tips in December yielding a healthy profit of £109.
It wasn’t the best month for tipsters John Nelson and Derek Williams, who both finished the month in negative figures with over 250 tips placed each. Michael Halligan and Bryan Scott managed to draw a blank on winners in December from 50+ selections and will be looking forward to a fresh start in January.
Robert Fitzpatrick kicks off the New Year in style, tipping up 11 winners so far in the January with a strike rate of 44%. Chris Brunton, Roy Smith & Ian Brogden have also made a profitable start to the month, each boasting returns of over £30 and are leading the chasing pack
David Davies has shot up the leaderboard to take the top spot in the Overall All-Weather Championships Tipping Game, showing a profit in excess of £120 to a £1 stake on all their all-weather tips.
John Smith & Andrew Watson are both showing impressive profits of over £95 to a £1 stake and look to be serious challengers for the Top Overall Prize of £10,000 Cash.
David Miller & Kev Lines are also both boasting healthy profits with impressive strike rates to boot, and will be looking to get themselves into contention to land the big cash prize for being crowned the Overall All-Weather Tipping Champion on Good Friday, 30th March.
We’ve already seen some tipsters really distinguish themselves as All-Weather Course specialists. Jimmy McMurray is the man to follow at Kempton, showing a profit of over £60 to a £1 stake and a tip success rate of 27%.
Stephen Parkinson has proven a specialist at Lingfield, while Ian Chiplin is the man for Southwell at present, both tipsters showing profits of over £100 to a £1 stake on their tips at their respective favourite tracks.
Bob Quinton is out in front at Wolverhampton, with a great profit of £75 to a £1 level stake on all their picks at Dunstall Park. Dan Ryan is proving to be a Chelmsford specialist, tipping up 12 winners generating a profit in excess of £45 while Andrew Baldwin leads the way at Newcastle.
To be in with a chance of winning the first prize of £10,000 Cash, all players need to place at least 100 tips (that ran) over the Overall All-Weather Championships Tipping Game. You still have plenty of time as the Game runs until Good Friday, 30th March 2018. If you want to find out how to start playing, see our quick How To Play Guide, or if you want to get started fast, go straight to today’s All-Weather Racecards & start making your picks.
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