Zone hits 3,000 points of profit!
The Betting Zone has now passed through the incredible milestone of 3,000 points of profit in the last decade.
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And the news just keeps getting better as our tipsters have enjoyed a stunning and consistent run of form recently with April making it eight winning months out of the last nine.
There have been numerous highlights over the period across all sports, starting with Ben Linfoot's insightful Value Bet racing column which continues to regularly turn over the profits.
Notable successes have included Captain Ramius in the Ayr Gold Cup at 33/1 and Levitate at 40/1 in the Lincoln while he has kept up the momentum in recent weeks with profitable meetings at Aintree and Doncaster.
The Value Bet has been ably supported by Channel 4 commentator Simon Holt, who also tipped Captain Ramius and then enjoyed winning previews with among his highlights a Kempton brace on Boxing Day plus a strong finish to the National Hunt season as Quentin Collonges landed the bet365 Gold Cup Cup at 14/1.
Nick Hext has provided some inspired selections from the lower leagues in football and came up with Crewe to lift the Johnstone's Paint Trophy - they duly obliged at a massive 66/1.
Our Scottish expert Gareth Friel has also enjoyed plenty of success and is nicely in profit for 2013. He nailed Scottish League Cup winners St Mirren at 25/1 for good measure.
Ian Millward's rugby league column remains hugely popular with his great knowledge and insight on Super League and the Australian NRL while he also returned a profit of 27 points on his slections in the Challenge Cup final last season.
Golf tipping remains a very strong area with Ben Coley and David John covering the PGA and European Tours and the pair have tipped a string of big-priced winners in recent months.
They include Richie Ramsay at 100/1 in Switzerland, JJ Henry at 40/1 (Reno-Tahoe), Branden Grace at 50/1 (Dunhill Links), Paul Lawrie at 33/1 (Gleneagles), Ian Poulter at 20/1 (HSBC Champions) and an amazing first-round leader bet of 175/1 on Merrick Bremner at the South African Open all towards the end of last season.
2013 has started off in a similarly profitable vein with Matt Kuchar recommended at 40/1 for the WGC Match Play event while Thomas Aiken (50/1) and Brett Rumford (80/1) have both obliged on the European Tour.
David Gee continues to rack up the profits in rugby union while Andy Schooler hit the jackpot last year with 25/1 Davis Cup winners the Czech Republic. He had a 66/1 finalist in Romania recently which bodes well with the French Open and Wimbledon just around the corner.
All in all, it has been a sustained period of excellence on the Betting Zone but it is never too late to get on board as our team of experts strive to give you the best betting advice available.
And remember - this is a service that remains absolutely FREE.
Here's to the next decade!