Members Report: 20/06/16 (COMPLETE)

Some brief reflections…

Royal Ascot: I took a different approach this year with some trainer micro systems – an approach I hadn’t tried for this meeting before. In the end the final tally for the main 5 trainer systems was +11 points. (based on 1 point win bets, all qualifiers) So, not too bad and a decent enough return, whatever your staking amount. If some of the research for John Gosden has been a bit sharper pre-meeting, we would have had another +20 points to add onto that. Plenty of stats pointed to that one but I didn’t dig as deep as I could have with one of the angles, which lent itself to another micro angle. But, there is always next year!¬†

I only tipped in one race and clearly shouldn’t have bothered! ūüôā You know how much not getting a run for my money annoys me – albeit my saver bet very nearly rescued the day. Shared Equity ran ok for the most part – it looked like there was a clear track bias and no surprise I suppose that there was fresher ground on the stands side. But, I have tried to guess such things before and picked horses on one side, only for the other to dominate – so picking one from each side is never a bad strategy. He is a decent horse and will win races again. Salateen – well best just move on there. No excuses, he just ins’t in form and is maybe being aimed at something- possibly at York. One to keep an eye on as he clearly has some talent there somewhere.¬†

The winner – Outback Traveller – well I tipped him LTO and it is always annoying when they go on to win. But, I am content with having left him on price ground. If he were 16s-20s I would probably still be staring out the window wondering why I didn’t take a stab. But, in the context of one major trend he fell down on (7th or worse finish LTO were 0/170 odd, 16 places) and the fact I thought he was really poor LTO – travelled well and just cut out, and stamina wasn’t the issue. All in all, in the context of his price, that was enough for me to leave him.¬†

So, what can we learn? Well, Cowell’s C2 sprint handicappers that are more fancied still need to be kept on the right side of. He clearly knows how to trainer speed into horses and has turned that 7f horse into a 6f horse with a decent finishing burst- funny how in the interview with C4 post race he gave impression he didn’t know how he trainer speed into them or what he did. You have to smile! Clever man. Most important I think is about the horse- post race Harley said that he hit the front too soon LTO – and he hates being in front for too long. So, rather than being out of form on his last run, he just rather threw in the towel when hitting the front (he did look like the winner from 3 to 2 furlongs out, before going backwards) And, he almost pulled himself up this time as well, but was delivered to perfection. He is clearly tricky. Not one that got away, but one maybe where some more thinking was required as to that last run, in the context of the horses attitude.¬†

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The Betting School – Betting Insiders Club…

Dr Nick Hardman  Рtheir resident big race tipster  Рended the week on +96 points profit. Quite mind blowing. That is based on 2 point bets (2 point win or 1 point EW)  Рbut even if you used 1 points that is still some return. Phenomenal. 

He uses trends, stats and clearly a rather big brain to narrow down on value picks, tipping in most ‘big’ races. He has been in brilliant form for sometime now. Anyway, now may be as good a time as any to have a look. The link below takes you to another video where I think they discuss some of his methods…

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Some horses…

 

TIPS

None. 

 

MICRO SYSTEMS

Jumps Handicappers

2.15 South: Cleeve Hill Lad (14/1<) DNQ

2.45 South: Dealing River (12/1<) UP / The Yank (14/1<) UP

 

TTP: MAIN TRAINER SYSTEM BETS 

None. 

 

STATS/ANGLES OF INTEREST 

None today. Nothing standing out too much and the changing weather adds a level of complication. Chepstow looks on the heavy side and Windsor may be heading that way, on the soft side at least.   Southwell are expecting a bit more rain, already good to soft in places. 

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  • Have been waiting for Dealing River to get everything in his favour,has those tomorrow,distance,going,course,jockey.All set fair for a big run.The 14/1 available now should be taken,could be half these odds by the off

    gerry 19/06/16 7:05 PM Reply


    • Are you concerned about the amount of rain they’re expecting between now and the race? All his form is on good ground.

      Nick Mazur 19/06/16 8:06 PM Reply


      • been thinking the same as both of you. Ive taken the chance myself. Has a decent hurdle run on GS and I hope it wont get softer than that

        Ali 19/06/16 10:33 PM Reply


  • At least it will be natural moisture,not watered,don’t think a small difference in going will make much difference,the other favourable stats too good to ignore

    gerry 20/06/16 8:28 AM Reply


    • Definitely too soft for him. Lets hope they drop him some more and catch him when the ground is good.

      Nick Mazur 20/06/16 1:54 PM Reply


  • Dealing River a +14 clear top cdg too..

    Andy Silvers 20/06/16 9:36 AM Reply


  • Chepstow Abandoned
    Best weather at Wolves

    Pab 20/06/16 10:03 AM Reply


  • Glenwood For Ever …8.30….Kilbeggan….was 9/2…in now to 3s.

    Heron Heights…………8.00….Kilbeggan….was 11s….now in to 6s.

    both off a system showing 40%….but not sure about the rain altering their going.

    Tony Mc 20/06/16 10:50 AM Reply


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