TIPS/BIG RACE PREVIEWS
Updated results for March and 2016 can be found below:-(right click to open in new tab)
The headline figures…
48 bets / 5 wins / 11 W|P / +10.375 points (advised odds)
2016 to date–
112 bets / 22 wins / 38 w|p / 19.6% wsr / 34% w|p sr / +124.25 points (advised prices) / +£621.25p (£5 stakes) / +£2485 (£20 stakes)
Thoughts: I will keep this fairly brief. It was an up and down month but at the odds I play at these figures demonstrate that you don’t need many winners to make an OK profit. Of course I would have liked a few more winners but those stats do include The Cheltenham Festival, which is arguably tougher than ‘week to week’ racing. There are a few too many letters in the formline for my liking there and there is always room for improvement.
I won’t repeat my thoughts from Cheltenham, other than to say the trainer micros and ‘profile shortlisting’ worked very well, with 4 or 5 decent priced winners tantalisingly close. On another year we could have won upwards of 60 more points. IF the shortlisting continues to work like that in future years, fingers crossed we do have the odd ‘mega’ year.
When starting out on this ‘blogging journey’ I set myself a minimum of +100 points per year for ‘TIPS’, which is an acceptable ‘worse case scenario’ I think. Some years it may fall of short, others may surpass that. (2016 hopefully, given we are on +124.25 points already). Overall a satisfactory, if unspectacular month for the tips. While I reflect on a month by month basis, I very much taker longer term, 3 month, 6 month, 12 month view.
11/77 = -16.9 points
33/217 = -25.9 points
(April is +10.5 points at moment to limit those losses, and does not include any EW returns you may have placed. I record everything to 1 point win when qualifies. If you follow the micro systems, or any bets for that matter, I would always advise keeping your own results)
Clearly the systems have had a rather bumpy ride, and downward trend, for 2016 so far. This is in stark contrast from August-December (when micro systems were introduced in current form) which pulled in around 80+ points from memory. The jumps handicappers haven’t performed superbly so far, as a group, and I will review these at the end of the month, for 2016 so far. They are due a good run!
As always in these kind of posts I don’t just like to bore you with ‘results talk’.
The flat has arrived, if you hadn’t noticed. While I have been researching my ‘Trainer Track Profiles’ Brian Meehan kept popping up with his maiden runners. So, I did some digging…
- BRIAN MEEHAN
- Flat Turf
- Class 5&6 Only
- Any Odds
Over the last three seasons Meehan as performed well with these runners. He has winners at all odds, as the BFSP return would demonstrate. Of course he has maiden winners outside of these rules, but these were the best ones I could find to reduce the number of bets and increase the profits.
A note of caution…these three years have been his most consistent by some way in the last decade or so. It would suggest he has changed his approach with this type, or buys better, or the market has forgotten about these runners for the time being – or all of the above. The indications are that these results are no fluke – but, there should be some caution. BFSP would appear to be the way forward for this one, esp with his bigger priced runners.
So, if you like your maidens, hopefully this micro angle will help you on your way. I will add the qualifiers from this into the daily posts, under Micro Systems, ‘Other’.
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Right, that is all for this post.
I will be back later with a video looking ahead to tomorrow, provided all the technology works and I can think of something interesting to say! 🙂