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Is JP McManus providing free racing tips?

By profitablebetting, Jun 16 2018 06:20AM

JP McManus is one of the biggest and most famous race horse owners in the country. His distinctive green-and-gold-hooped racing colours are known to most punters and will forever be associated with the exploits of the legendary Istabraq, a three-time winner of the Champion Hurdle. He has amassed himself a huge fortune as bookmaker and punter, and is one of the biggest owners in National Hunt racing.


I’m sure to his closest friends JP McManus gives plenty of sound betting advice but, despite being a generous fellow (he donates large sums to a number of charities) I’m not aware of him giving away any free tips, and I don’t think he needs to add to his fortune by setting up a telephone tipping line. However, while watching a race the other day, which included a couple of McManus owned runners, I wondered whether he was inadvertently giving a tip by running one horse in his first colours and the other horse in his second colours. After watching the horse in the McManus first colours win easily I started to think that maybe owners with multiple runners in a race are giving punters inside information by running one runner in their first colours and the lesser fancied runners in their second a third colours. Could owners choice of silks be some sort of semaphore system for picking winners?


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