IMPORTANT: Some of the comments on Saturday suggested there may be some confusion over the blog content. So, to try and clarify...
The Micro Systems and TTP Main Trainer Systems are systems – they are NOT considered tips or horses I have plucked out of thin air. The TTP Systems are the main ones from my TTP Flat 2016 report (found at the end of each track profile where there is one) These were researched this year and it is the first time I have followed them either paper trading or live. The ‘Micro Systems’ are from the portfolio that have been researched over time on this blog
ALL of these systems are based on researching trainers and their different approaches/behaviour. For the most part I personally back them all systematically unless I can 100% rule one out in my own mind – which is rare. How you engage with them is up to you. BUT, you should use a separate bank if following them systematically,(I would say 100 points, to date 40 points has never come under threat I believe) start off with smaller stakes and build up. I review them periodically and clearly some will fail, some will do well. The aim is that over the course of a year, the ‘portfolio’ will come out in front. How you engage with them is up to you. If a horse comes up against the system rules, they get posted. Sometimes there will be many bets, sometimes there will be none. I don’t have a choice on that matter, if that makes sense. The only choice is whether to follow a system any longer. Any questions etc then do please fire away in the comments.
The TIPS are an in-depth consideration of a race and everything that involves – they really are, promise!! 🙂 The Stats/Angles of Interest Section looks at a horse’s chance based on their suitability to conditions, relevant stats, trainer form, pace etc with the aim of finding 10/1+ horses to back. I now consider the opposition to some extent but not to the level I do with the Tips. This section is ‘in test’ but the new approach has started ok with winners at 9/1, 16/1 and a 22/1 close second, + a few losers. This section will also include any ‘Profile’ horses that run in their conditions.
As with everything, how you engage with the content is up to you. I publish results for all blog content (and this will now include Stats/Angles of Interest Section).
There is more info in the ‘members club’ tab in the top right hand corner, albeit aspects may need updating.
None. Blimey there is a lot of dross on today – well it is all dross really. I was going to have a look at the Veteran’s Chase from Cartmel but a couple of non runners have removed any value. It would be nice to see Scotswell lead all the way and I wouldn’t put it past him but the odds don’t tempt me and you can give a decent chance to any of the top 3. The less said about today’s flat fare the better.
May Trainer (16/1<)
3.25 Red: Swift Emperor 3rd 8/1
1.00 Hunt: Dealing River (12/1<) UP
TTP MAIN TRAINER SYSTEMS BETS
Redcar (all 12/1<)
2.15: Tawayna UP
2.50: Grand Canyon WON 3.75/1 (9/2,-15p R4)
3.25: Birdman DNQ/ Fattsota DNQ/ Hit The Jackpot DNQ / Tawdeea UP
4.00: Ingleby Hollow 2nd
STATS/ANGLES OF INTEREST
None. Nothing stood out and it will all gone down hill pretty quick if I try too hard to find/manufacture bets. The two winners, and the biggie that ran well really did just stand out at the time, so I will go with the patient approach.
VIDEOS: I have put the two videos I recorded last week in one post, which you can find HERE>>>
As I have said Matt will be putting up the price soon for ‘Geegeez Gold’ and if you were tempted to try it out, now is as good a time as any. Links etc in that post above,
Anything you fancy today?