It was a bit of a frustrating one last weekend as the NAP blundered badly when looking to have the race in hand and this week with all eyes on The Grand National I take a look at where else we can land a bit of a return before the big one itself at 5.15pm
So for the Saturday NAP this week I am going to be at Aintree for the day so it only seems fitting that the nap should be from this famous Liverpool course. You can check out all our previews and thoughts for the big one itself across our pages here but for the NAP we are going to see if we can get some money in the bank earlier in the day for us.
And the selection this week was actually one of my 10 to follow for this season and comes in the 2.25pm in the shape of Elle Est Belle. I really do like this smart Skelton mare who actually finished a good 2nd here and as well as winning in a couple of bumpers before going on to win a couple of times over the hurdles at Newbury and then Huntingdon. The Ascot run in between is best off forgotten but I still think she has bags of potential and trainer Dan Skelton has been doing pretty well lately so the yard looks in good condition.
This does look tough so is by no means an easy looking race, and at around 7/1 with at least Skybet paying 4 places here, there could also be some each way value to be had for the more cautious. Walking on Air looks a real danger as does Three Stripe Life, the latter being from the Gordon Elliott yard though who have been struggling a bit for winners given the high standards they normally expect but I think our charge can go close and I will be there to cheer her on. Hopefully I will see her in the winners circle and we can all collect ready for the big one later in the day. Good Luck
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Its been a slower process since we moved to the jumps with winners proving difficult to come by in the run up to Christmas but we are back on track and nicely in profit from the weekend NAPs again with a much better showing since the turn of the year
Between April and October we were just over £340 in profit to a £10 weekly stake on the weekly #OddsKnows Saturday Nap which is more than doubling your money!
That's a whopping 61 points returned from 27 points staked and an average winning price of just under 9/2. So you wont find any shitty short priced favourites here!
And overall from Apr21 to date we have a total of £470 staked with a return of £858, a profit of £388! Even with a slower return over the winter, that's still a healthy looking profit over 11 months from the #OddsKnows NAP
And its all free for you every weekend here on The Cheeky Punts.