Followers of Alan Marron’s racing previews for Bar One Racing will have been enjoying the spoils of his racing knowledge lately.
Alan has been picking up winners for every meeting he’s covered over the last number of weeks, most recently the Irish Guineas meeting at the Curragh.
22 races over the three days for the @BarOneRacing Curragh Previews. 2 nrs today but we finish with a level stakes profit of 22.90 to a 1 euro stake. Thanks for all the follows folks. Epsom next weekend. 😎
— Alan Marron (@almarron) May 26, 2019
Alan managed to pick out six winners throughout the three days, finishing with a €1 level-stakes profit of €22.90. Included in Alan’s selections was the 16/1, 2,000 Guineas winner – Phoenix Of Spain.
Alan was in equally brilliant form at the Brigadier General meeting at Sandown earlier last week with a treble of winners: 9-4, 9-4, 11-4 and a non runner from 6 selections.
There was also his run at the Dante meeting at York. Five more winners, including a treble (5/2, 7/1, 7/2) on the Wednesday.
And, most impressively, his return from the Punchestown Festival where 15 winners from the five days were landed at a €1 level-stakes profit of €30.59.
The @BarOneRacing Punchestown Previews last week returned a level stakes profit of +30.59 for anyone who got involved. Previews this week will concern the Chester May Meeting and Swinton Hurdle at Haydock on Saturday. Keep an eye out for this in the news section of the website.
— Alan Marron (@almarron) May 7, 2019
In other sports, our football writers have also been performing well.
David Hollywood’s League of Ireland previews have been packed with winning bets in recent weeks including Dundalk to win to nil at Evs last week.
Shane McArdle called the Spurs victory in Amsterdam in his last preview:
Tottenham to win – 23/10 and Tottenham to win w/ BTTS – 9/2
While Will Reilly’s FA Cup Final preview landed the City win at 2/9, and over 2.5 total goals at 8/15.
For GAA fans, Eanna Atkinson landed both of his featured match previews last time out.
It has undoubtedly been a profitable time to follow our pundits and writers.