From the members’ post…
Firstly my ‘recent tips’ test, where we are tracking my recent losing members’ tips, on a 3 strikes and you’re out/stop at a winner. Most of them are unexposed horses so it makes sense they should strike at some point, given the initial analysis when being tipped first time up. It appears that i’m often a few runs too early. These were being tracked by a member for a few weeks and I think since mid April they may be around +70-80 points or so, 1 point win. So, it’s something I’m keeping an eye on. They have done ok in the last 8 days… today’s runner looks up against it to me and isn’t unexposed, but you never know…
(running total, from 07/06/18: 3/11,4p, +23.5)
6.05 Good – Sayesse
3.Micro System Test Zone
3.30 York – Tadaawol
P Brennan (14/1< guide)
6.50 Aint – No Duffer
7.55 Aint – Un beau Roman
4.30 NA – Port Royale (m1, 10/1< guide, m2 5/1<)
Handicap Chase System Starting Points (10/1< best)
6.50 Aint- Good Man Vinnie
4.Any general messages/updates etc
Blessed... well, she has run a cracker and no complaints. Sadly that ground has dried up plenty it seems and like Yarmouth (which was eventually changed to officially firm) was plenty firm enough, with ‘firm’ in places entering the going description. She has changed legs again plenty of times, around 12 or so according to Amy who knows what she’s looking at. You can tell she hated it given the way she darted from the whip late on, which she has never done. She knew she was being asked for maximum effort but just couldn’t go through with it I don’t think. She did take it up 1-2 furlongs from home and it was exciting. It could be ‘good’ is as firm as she wants it but it’s a hard one to get right, and you don’t really know on the day until you run them. If she keeps trying like that, a few more wins at C6/5 level will be added to her CV. SP2A tipped the winner at 20s, which softened the blow somewhat.
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