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Holdem Spy tipped to continue good form

By Steve Carpenter Wednesday 05 December 2012 Updated: 05/12 10:58

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SUCCESSFUL gambler Harry Findlay gives our readers his tips ahead of this weekend's racing at the Coventry Stadium.

"Track Champion Holdem Spy made it ten wins from eleven with his emphatic first round romp in the Swettinham Stud Golden Muzzle last Sunday.

"And looks not only a certainty in the first semi-final on Sunday night, but also to pick up the Golden Muzzle trophy the following week.

"His pace from the second bend to the fourth is proving simply phenomenal every time he runs.

"At this time of year it's rare to see such a champion go about his business and after the Golden Muzzle, all the top dogs will be put away for a winter break.

"So do what you can to try and get down to the Brandon circuit to see the 'Spy' in action over the next two Sundays.

"We also have meetings on Friday (8:15pm start with free entry) and Saturday (7:45pm start) and make sure you visit coventryobserver.co.uk at the end of the week to see if there's anything that stands out.

"Be lucky, HF."

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