Insider Tips

As you’ll read in the System and Tipsters Update, the guys at Better Tipster have done a great job in the month since the last newsletter. And, with the flat season firmly in place (we are a month or so properly into the flat season) Better Tipster have agreed to share their “ones to watch” with us at WRWM. Over to better tipster…

“At the start of each jump and flat season we are lucky enough to attend stable open days as well as visiting certain trainer’s yards on a one-to-one basis. The information gained from these visits proves a vital source of information for Better Tipster members.

Our source of information is the lucky chap who gets to meet the trainers and horses. His daily job revolves around attending race meetings, so already he is very friendly with many trainers/jockeys and has their trust.

At each visit he interviews the trainer either on his own or with a few other people in attendance. These are very open meetings where all the questions asked concern the new season and, most importantly, the yard’s horses. All information received is used by racing journalists; however, we also get the information and compile our own list of notebook horses which is passed on to our members. Each member is then alerted on the day if we have a notebook horse running.

Last year we were informed Sariska was a very special horse before she had even ran! We were advised to back her for the Oaks at fancy prices and obviously a fantastic bet was landed as a result of her winning.

This year’s flat notebook horses are below. Many have not yet rUn but a few have with great results.

Desert Myth 6/1 Winner. First time out.
Rose Blossom 8/1 Winner.
Hypnotized 15/8 Winner. First time out.

Sariska Even Money. First time out. “Back her for the Arc soon as odds available”.

We also had a juicy ante-post bet on Awzaan for the 2000 Guineas but the horse failed to fire. Afterwards Awzaan was found to have a very bad blood count and was quite sick. Keep with this horse though as the trainer really does think he is high class.

I hope you enjoy reading the notebook and it provides you with a few nice winners.

Desert Myth. Sir M Stoute

Desert Myth failed to make the track last season with quite a few minor injuries. These problems have now been treated. For the first time Desert Myth has enjoyed a clear run. His work at home has always been nothing short of brilliant. The horse is thought of being a class act and holds a Derby entry. Hopefully, Desert Myth will remain injury free and fulfills the promise shown at home. Follow wherever he runs.

Star of Dance. Sir M Stoute

Another unraced horse that has again shown great promise at home, still quite eager and burly. Star of Dance has taken time to mature and learn the game. Very promising horse that does everything with ease at home.

Deny. Sir M Stoute

Very little was given away about this horse and it seems to be quite a big secret! It was quite obvious though this is something special. This horse could be a household name by the end of the season.

Conduct. Sir M Stoute

This horse looks very special, working better than most until injury struck. Back in steady work now and still shows huge promise. Horse will not be rushed as is thought of being very classy. Will be out in the summer.

Mutanaker. Sir M Stoute

Very expensive buy, still unraced, three year old, shown great promise. Wintered very well indeed and working like a top-class horse. Just needs time, once the penny drops will be an excellent horse, could go a long way.

Sariska. Michael Bell

This horse needs no introduction after we told you all about her last year. We were informed she was a superstar and told in no uncertain terms to back Sariska ante-post for the Oaks. We did just that, landing a great bet. Soft ground is needed to be seen at her best. Kept in training as her family tends to improve with age! This season’s main target is the Arc de Triomphe.

Hypnotized. Michael Bell

The horse won once last year with just three runs. But it was the last run that caught my eye. It appears that the penny finally dropped. Hypnotized won very well indeed. This horse has really grown over the winter and is now a big colt. The horse will not be a stable star but in handicaps this season over a mile will win plenty of races and is worth following.

Mont Agel. Michael Bell

Very nice prospect, won his last race at Windsor with any amount in hand. Jockey struggled to pull him up that day. This will be a classic horse not a handicapper. Mont Agel is a real playboy, solid muscle, who could scare other horses with one look. The horse knows he is good and performs best with a bit of cut in the ground.

Awzaan. Mark Johnston

The horse is unbeaten so far, winning four out of four races. Not the biggest of horses but built very well. Step up in trip will suit. So far running all races over 6 furlongs, each time staying on strongly. Trainer and connections of this horse firmly believe Awzaan is top class. The horse will go for the 2000 Guineas. Stable could not hide smiles with this potential superstar.

Elation. Mark Johnston

Not an easy horse to train, has her own way of doing things, but this can be forgiven as she has so much ability. We had a few problems including breaking a bone. The horse won very well at Lingfield which boosted confidence of connections. Can only improve and could be group class.

Pandora De Lago. Richard Fahey

A huge filly that has been showing up very well at home. Has worked with a few of the better horses in the yard and gone very well indeed. The horse will not be seen though until the summer. The wait will be worthwhile.

Rose Blossom. Richard Fahey

The fastest horse on the gallops at the yard. Last season got worked up quite a few times in the parade ring and stalls. Once the horse learns to relax and stay calm will be winning at the likes of Ascot. A very quick filly indeed.

Layla’s Dancer. Richard Fahey

Has improved more than anything over the winter, now looks a really good horse. Won one race last year easily but next time slightly disappointed. Really got the hang of things over the winter. The horse has grown plenty and will contest many of the top races over a mile. Follow.

Cosmic Sun. Richard Fahey.

Fantastic season last year winning the King George Handicap at Royal Ascot. Cosmic Sun looks like he’s improved again over the winter (as breeding suggests). The horse will run in all the top staying races. Likely targets are the Chester Cup and even the Melbourne Cup. No doubt this horse will win another big prize this season.

We have many other horses written down in our
notes but it’s impossible to place them all in this notebook. All of the above must be followed during the flat season. Hopefully, this information received will prove to be very profitable and accurate.

Check each day if these horses are running by visiting, clicking on Cards, and then choosing Runners Index. You may want to put the above list into alphabetical order and check them against the alphabetical Runners Index at”