Members Daily Post: 06/04/19 (complete)

Tips (x5) , through the card, Section 1 (complete), test zone

1.All Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs

2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Big Race Tips/Best of Stats Tips)

3.Micro System Test Zone

4.Any general messages/updates etc

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1.All Qualifiers Against TTP Stats Packs

JUMPS

Aintree 

1.45 – Burbank   (micro TJC) 18/1 S2A 

4.20 – Mister Malarky   (m class)  w2 H1 I1 13/2 

5.15 – Ultragold   (m clss) G3 66/1 S1

 

Chepstow

2.15 –

Mansion   (nov HcH) 14 9/1 

Don Herbager  (nov HcH) 14 12/1 S2

4.05 – Snuff Box   (nov HcCh) 14 H3 7/2 

5.35 –

Domingo   (HcCh) 13/2

Royal Palladium   (HcCh) 14 7/2 

 

Newcastle

2.05 –

Echo Express   (all Hc’s) 14,30   w2 H3 I1 G3 6/4 S4

Alltimegold   (m class) H1 I3 5/2 

3.20 – Iskabeg Lane   (m dist)  w1 H3 I3 7/1 

4.30 – Pain Au Chocolat   (HcCh) G1 8/1  

 

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THE KEY

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2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Big Race Tips/Best of Stats Tips)

Daily (2017:+110,2018: -22.2, 2019: 5/38, 9p -0.4)  Big Race Tips (2018:+143; 2019 Jumps 3/52,16p, -23, 2019 Flat TEST 0/1,0p, -2)

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JUMPS: BIG RACE TIPS

(Aintree 2019: 0/13,1p, -13)

1.45 –

Coolanly – 1 point win – 12/1 (gen)

Theclockisticking – 1 point win – 14/1 (gen)

4.20 –

Springtown Lake – 1 point win – 11/1 (bet365/BetfS/BV/PP)

6.20 –

West To The Bridge – 1 point win – 12/1 (BV/Coral) 11/1 (gen)

Pink Legend – 1 point win – 16/1 (gen)

 

That’s all tips for this post, 09.58 Grand National Tips are in the Free Post asap. 

These write ups will be brief enough, apols…

Coolanly… hits my ‘profile’ for this race, he’s unexposed, has course form, runs as if he’ll relish this step up in trip, I tipped him LTO where he ran ok, staying on at the end, and I thought at 12s he looked interesting enough for his in-form yard. They’ve yet to have a winner here but from 20 handicap runners have 5 places, and it was about time they got on the scoreboard.

Theclockisticking… I thought 14s was worth a go given his consistency in big field handicaps. There’s a chance he needed his run LTO at Cheltenham, and if so could get closer to the fav here. I thought he looked sure to run his race and be staying on at the end.

I was going with Nestor Park also… but he got ‘Taylored’ while I was pondering and went from 12s to 8s, which is prob more like what he should be. Handicap debutants don’t have the best of records in this race mind but Pauling really likes this one and said at the Chelt preview evening he’s one for fences next year- he could be a very nice sort, one to keep an eye on.

Springtown Lake – this is the main handicap that Hobbs has targeted at the meeting in recent years, winning it three times. This one also hits my stats profile of sorts and at 11s I thought was worth a go. He’s a prominent race and he may well have needed his run LTO also – it’s not impossible this has been the plan. He has a stamina question but has run at Sandown and Haydock as if he would be fine over it/could relish it. The question comes from that Kempton run but he jumped out to his left there and that may have taken it’s toll late on. He should give me a good spin.

West To The Bridge – this one hacked up LTO, under more aggressive tactics. He needs to step forward again but looks to be improving and could still be very well handicapped. I thought he was a shade overpriced here.

Pink Legend… as I did Venetia’s mare… the ladies have a good record in this, 2/10 runners,6p in recent years and she hacked up at Catterick, ears pricked, eased down. It was a decent run on the figures and there should be plenty more to come. I thought 14s/16s looked generous enough. She’s fit, in form, will see out the trip well, and her 7lb claiming jockey has done well in handicap hurdles to date. An interesting one for her in form yard.

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3.Micro System Test Zone

D McCain (14/1< test)

1.45 A – Knock House

4.20 A – Federici

6.20 A- Fin And Game

Paddy Brennan (14/1< guide)

1.45 A – Coolanly

3.40 A- The Worlds End

5.15 A – Singlefarmpayment

Irish Raiders (16/1< guide)

5.15 A – Rathvinden

Sat TJC

4.20 A-  Springtown Lake

5.15 A – Rock The Kasbah

D Pipe PU (14/1< guide)

5.15 A – Vieux Lion Rouge

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Jumps Fact Sheet 2018/19 

Trainers to follow

1.45 A- Flemcara / Gunfleet

4.20 A- Polydora

4.20 A- Gold Opera

6.20 A- Flashing Glance

Jockeys/Chasers

5.15 A – Folsom Blue (16/1<)

4.20 A- Touch Kick

5.15 A – Warriors Tale

5.15 A- Monbeg Notorious

5.35 C – Irish Octave

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Handicap Chase System Starting Points (10/1< best)

2.50 C – Hugos Reflection

3.20 N – Iskabeg Lane

Handicap Hurdle Starting Points

6.20 A- Whatmore

4.40 C- Gregarious

3.55 N – Altruism / Cornerstone Lad

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My Losing Festival Tips 

1.45 A – Coolanly / Coole Cody

5.15 A – Noble Endeavour

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4.Any general messages/updates etc

Aintree Grand National 2019 Stats Pack: Complete… READ HERE>>>

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Aintree Day 3: Festival Through The Card

Cheltenham: +36, 1 point win

Aintree: 5/20,10p, +24

2.25 – Brewin’upastorm / Kateson

3.00 – Ornua

3.40 – If The Cap Fits / Rocksana

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  1. Quick glance at 1.45 Aintree using the stats pack
    Coolanly hits a lot of the indicators and is the only horse making its 2nd run in a handicap.
    I’ll stick with this one for a few £s

  2. Well what a day for the New Method 4 winners from 5 with the highlight Cadmium 20/1 to 8/1 and when put up 1 bookmaker was showing 22/1.
    This month so far SP + 21.625 BOG + 37.75.
    No doubt on Saturday will come back to earth, so be wary.
    Colin.

  3. Saturday at Aintree looks very hard to me. However I have had a go.

    2.25 Kateson, 1 point each way at 10/1. Some value from a horse that has good winning form and if we forgive a bit its last two runs may give a run at a price.
    3.00 Us And Them, 3 points win at 11/4. A tight race but this one has improvement to come but has solid form and should be suited by the distance of this race.
    3.40 Uknowhatimeanharry, 1/2 point each way at 20/1 and may drift. I do not like Apples Jade at this distance and so will have a stab at an old stager at odds.
    5.15 I have had long term ante post bets on Vintage Clouds and Dionokos and look forward to the holiday either will win me. I have also backed Joe Farrell each way at 20/1, who Hugh Taylor has put up and so I expect the price to go tomorrow.

    Good luck.

  4. Evening,

    Well, after i thought Doitforthevillage was going to get up, but, to no avail…was still happy at the fact Sternrubin and DIFTV both got places at 25/1 my day wasn`t a total washout, so, onto tomorrow / today.
    write ups to follow in morning.
    13:45 Aintree
    POKER PLAY 10/1 gen 1pt win
    THE CLOCKISTICKING 18/1 gen 1pt e/w

    16:20 Aintree
    KILDISART 7/1 gen 1pt win
    FEDERICI 28/1 gen 1pt e/w

    17:15 Aintree
    JOE FARRELL 20/1 gen 1pt e/w
    VINTAGE CLOUDS 14/1 gen 1pt e/w
    ULTRAGOLD 66/1 gen 1pt e/w

    18:20 Aintree
    FLAMING GLANCE 16/1 gen 1pt e/w
    THISTIMENEXTYEAR 16/1 gen 1pt e/w

    like i said write ups in the morning.

    1. Morning,

      Well, after yesterdays races think i can safely say that some horses that won at Cheltenham are getting beat here, the reason i can say that, is not the “It comes too soon after Cheltenham”, but the fact that the two courses are so dissimilar it is unreal, Lostintranslation imo does not stay up the Cheltenham hill and Topofthegame does, silly quotes i saw yesterday about Lostintranslation for Gold Cup… Aintree is a really tight little course, one or two of the bends at either end are near enough 60 – 80 degrees and how it is described as a galloping course is beyond me, the national course is, but, quick feet is what you need at Aintree, not a rounded action. Anyways enough of my rambling, speed is the key as i was saying and 8 of the 14 winners so far, have all posted decent speed ratings prior to their run at Aintree. (including Lostintranslation, haha). I wonder if you can include Cadmium, but, his was only lto, anyways like i said speed is king at Aintree, so, onto todays.
      13:45
      POKER PLAY
      Well the trainer / jockey combination on this is key, his ability to run on the ground may be open to question, but, that is inbuilt in the price. His lto victory was good and he did post a quick speed figure, but, it was in atrocious ground at Uttoxeter, which i always say is stamina sapping at that course, to that end though that wasn`t his aim I believe this is and as the trainer has such a good record in this race he is the one to be on instead of the 4/1 jj ONiell factor horse, yes he is a good jockey, but, as with Tiger, is 4/1 value in a race of this nature…No say I..
      THECLOCKISTICKING
      Now I was going on about horses that may be suited to the course here, TCIT is one of those, he has some good speed figures from Fakenham in the bag and that is a real specialist track, suiting “nippy” types, he will love this tight circuit imo and should be staying on when all the others have cried foul, value at 18/1.

      16:20
      KILDISART
      This horse i feel is the owners new “Terrefort”, he flatters to decieve and then pops up and wins a big one, his first run in proper hcp company and he is priced accordingly, he has the speed from his LTO against Lostintranslation and Defi du Seuil to take this, it will be if he handles the track?
      FEDERICI
      Would have loved to have seen this one in the National, he ran a blinder in the Becher last year and the season before and he is a thorough stayer, it is just his form away from here, it is a bit hit and miss, believe that the handicapper has finally relented with him here and he does have enough to win this race, or at least get a place, the 28/1 on offer i think is insulting and he could surprise a few. One of the forgotten horses i love!!

      17:15
      JOE FARRELL
      As the ground dries out , so this ones chances increase, he was only a novice last year when he won at Ayr and beat a couple of the fancied ones here, he has “snuck” in at the bottom and i think will be the housewives choice as they used to say. Trained by a lady, ridden by an “unknown” jockey, hard luck story etc…the media will lap this up. He does have a good chance and off a feather weight he should go close, he has enough speed to get past anything if he get`s over the last with a shout i can see him getting close to whatever is in front of him, or powering away if he is in front!! let`s pray for a clear round and once they round that final bend, who knows eh?
      VINTAGE CLOUDS
      This is one of my favourite horses in training at the moment, absoloute beast of a horse, who never really knows how to finish out of the frame, he looked all over the winner lto and i do believe now he is back on a flat course he will be a different animal again, can he reverse the placings with JF from Ayr, hoping so, but, if not it will still be good to see him in the first 3 come the shadows of the post.
      Trevor Hemmings has 3 in the race this year, we may say G Elliott has 11, but, him and Mr Hemmings target this race early in the season and we shall see who prevails today, for me Tiger Roll is too short for a horse that only just won last year….something will eat the Roll this year I`m convinced of that fact!! (Yes I`m sticking my neck on the block!! haha).
      ULTRAGOLD
      Now, some of you may think i have gone mad, that has been a consistent statement over the past 12 months from some of you, but, he is the forgotten horse in all of this, was hearing quotes of 20/1 for Cadmium for next years National after his Topham win yesterday, this fella has won that race twice and sits here forgotten about at 66/1… I cannot fathom it, maybe I`m blinded by the fact that this horses form over the fences is 1213…maybe it`s the fact that Mr Tizzard has a really good record at this track, maybe it`s because his LTO run was woeful behind Tiger Roll. For me as a form reader, this fella i would have at 20/1 at most..He loves the track, he has exceptional speed figures round here, he runs up with the pace, (thus keeping himself out of danger) and has an able if not fashionable jockey on board, (his ride on DITFV yesterday proved he is getting used to how to ride the National fences). I know this is a neck on the chopping block horse for me, but, if he get`s round in one piece for me, he is a place at least….if not a winner..I think this is his Wembley / Wimbledon / Formula 1 championship etc race and the owners will want one last hurrah before Ultragold sails off into the sunset!

      18:20
      FLASHING GLANCE
      Horses for courses again, this one won at Ludlow lto and we all know how tight that track is…If he can reproduce that left handed this time he should romp away with this quite easily. Stan Sheppard takes off a useful 3lbs also to aid his cause.
      THISTIMENEXTYEAR
      Has improved with every run this season and i feel 16/1 and above is too big for a horse progressing so much, he won at Fakenham also lto and with a liking for a specialist track it is the reason he is selected here.
      *BEANO* 80/1 1/2 pt e/w
      Now I have added this one, forgot last night and having looked at this ones form and the fact the price of him I couldn`t resist and maybe this will fill the coffers more, or, help me drown my sorrows if UG gets beat.. haha. His speed figures are quite good, he looks a nimble type and in a race of this nature sometimes you need a horse that will pull the jockey, rather than the other way round, not saying that these jockeys don`t do a thoroughly good job, but, some of them are still a bit wet behind the ears so to speak!

      As always hope all jockeys and horses come back safe and sound and good luck with whatever selections you pick, mind how you go!

  5. Grand National:
    Vintage Clouds 1pt e/w 14/1
    Joe Farrell 1pt e/w 18/1
    Jury Duty 1pt e/w 16/1

    Rest in the morning

  6. Quick glance at 1.45 Aintree using the stats pack
    Coolanly hits a lot of the indicators and is the only horse making its 2nd run in a handicap.
    I’ll stick with this one for a few £s

  7. Well what a day for the New Method 4 winners from 5 with the highlight Cadmium 20/1 to 8/1 and when put up 1 bookmaker was showing 22/1.
    This month so far SP + 21.625 BOG + 37.75.
    No doubt on Saturday will come back to earth, so be wary.
    Colin.

    1. Well done Colin. I have been tracking them, the ups and downs, but they knocked them out the park on Friday. I will invest a few quid in them from now on.

    2. Absolutely brilliant Colin, well done sir!! I started backing your new method after I messaged you a little while ago. Pleased to say that my 50pt bank has now all but doubled and about to up my anti. I managed to get 22/1 about Cadmium today and four from five was just stunning. Once again we’ll done and thankyou, keep up the excellent work!
      Kind regards, Tom.

  8. Saturday at Aintree looks very hard to me. However I have had a go.

    2.25 Kateson, 1 point each way at 10/1. Some value from a horse that has good winning form and if we forgive a bit its last two runs may give a run at a price.
    3.00 Us And Them, 3 points win at 11/4. A tight race but this one has improvement to come but has solid form and should be suited by the distance of this race.
    3.40 Uknowhatimeanharry, 1/2 point each way at 20/1 and may drift. I do not like Apples Jade at this distance and so will have a stab at an old stager at odds.
    5.15 I have had long term ante post bets on Vintage Clouds and Dionokos and look forward to the holiday either will win me. I have also backed Joe Farrell each way at 20/1, who Hugh Taylor has put up and so I expect the price to go tomorrow.

    Good luck.

    1. He tipped Joe Farrell a few days ago at 33s so any price damage has been done but I think it was minimal

  9. today’s selections.
    Newcastle.
    3-20. Knocknamona 9-1
    Aintree.
    1-45. Flemcara 14-1 6 places
    3-40. Wholestone 16-1 4 places
    4-20. Kildisart 7-1 6 places
    all 1/2 pt ew

  10. Grand National punts.
    Minella Rocco @40-1
    Ultragold @80/1
    Ballyoptic @50/1
    Noble Endeavor @50/1
    will probably have a couple of proper bets tomorrow, shortlist Vintage Clouds, Joe Farrell, Jury Duty, Rathvinden and Anibale Fly

  11. Evening,

    Well, after i thought Doitforthevillage was going to get up, but, to no avail…was still happy at the fact Sternrubin and DIFTV both got places at 25/1 my day wasn`t a total washout, so, onto tomorrow / today.
    write ups to follow in morning.
    13:45 Aintree
    POKER PLAY 10/1 gen 1pt win
    THE CLOCKISTICKING 18/1 gen 1pt e/w

    16:20 Aintree
    KILDISART 7/1 gen 1pt win
    FEDERICI 28/1 gen 1pt e/w

    17:15 Aintree
    JOE FARRELL 20/1 gen 1pt e/w
    VINTAGE CLOUDS 14/1 gen 1pt e/w
    ULTRAGOLD 66/1 gen 1pt e/w

    18:20 Aintree
    FLAMING GLANCE 16/1 gen 1pt e/w
    THISTIMENEXTYEAR 16/1 gen 1pt e/w

    like i said write ups in the morning.

    1. Morning,

      Well, after yesterdays races think i can safely say that some horses that won at Cheltenham are getting beat here, the reason i can say that, is not the “It comes too soon after Cheltenham”, but the fact that the two courses are so dissimilar it is unreal, Lostintranslation imo does not stay up the Cheltenham hill and Topofthegame does, silly quotes i saw yesterday about Lostintranslation for Gold Cup… Aintree is a really tight little course, one or two of the bends at either end are near enough 60 – 80 degrees and how it is described as a galloping course is beyond me, the national course is, but, quick feet is what you need at Aintree, not a rounded action. Anyways enough of my rambling, speed is the key as i was saying and 8 of the 14 winners so far, have all posted decent speed ratings prior to their run at Aintree. (including Lostintranslation, haha). I wonder if you can include Cadmium, but, his was only lto, anyways like i said speed is king at Aintree, so, onto todays.
      13:45
      POKER PLAY
      Well the trainer / jockey combination on this is key, his ability to run on the ground may be open to question, but, that is inbuilt in the price. His lto victory was good and he did post a quick speed figure, but, it was in atrocious ground at Uttoxeter, which i always say is stamina sapping at that course, to that end though that wasn`t his aim I believe this is and as the trainer has such a good record in this race he is the one to be on instead of the 4/1 jj ONiell factor horse, yes he is a good jockey, but, as with Tiger, is 4/1 value in a race of this nature…No say I..
      THECLOCKISTICKING
      Now I was going on about horses that may be suited to the course here, TCIT is one of those, he has some good speed figures from Fakenham in the bag and that is a real specialist track, suiting “nippy” types, he will love this tight circuit imo and should be staying on when all the others have cried foul, value at 18/1.

      16:20
      KILDISART
      This horse i feel is the owners new “Terrefort”, he flatters to decieve and then pops up and wins a big one, his first run in proper hcp company and he is priced accordingly, he has the speed from his LTO against Lostintranslation and Defi du Seuil to take this, it will be if he handles the track?
      FEDERICI
      Would have loved to have seen this one in the National, he ran a blinder in the Becher last year and the season before and he is a thorough stayer, it is just his form away from here, it is a bit hit and miss, believe that the handicapper has finally relented with him here and he does have enough to win this race, or at least get a place, the 28/1 on offer i think is insulting and he could surprise a few. One of the forgotten horses i love!!

      17:15
      JOE FARRELL
      As the ground dries out , so this ones chances increase, he was only a novice last year when he won at Ayr and beat a couple of the fancied ones here, he has “snuck” in at the bottom and i think will be the housewives choice as they used to say. Trained by a lady, ridden by an “unknown” jockey, hard luck story etc…the media will lap this up. He does have a good chance and off a feather weight he should go close, he has enough speed to get past anything if he get`s over the last with a shout i can see him getting close to whatever is in front of him, or powering away if he is in front!! let`s pray for a clear round and once they round that final bend, who knows eh?
      VINTAGE CLOUDS
      This is one of my favourite horses in training at the moment, absoloute beast of a horse, who never really knows how to finish out of the frame, he looked all over the winner lto and i do believe now he is back on a flat course he will be a different animal again, can he reverse the placings with JF from Ayr, hoping so, but, if not it will still be good to see him in the first 3 come the shadows of the post.
      Trevor Hemmings has 3 in the race this year, we may say G Elliott has 11, but, him and Mr Hemmings target this race early in the season and we shall see who prevails today, for me Tiger Roll is too short for a horse that only just won last year….something will eat the Roll this year I`m convinced of that fact!! (Yes I`m sticking my neck on the block!! haha).
      ULTRAGOLD
      Now, some of you may think i have gone mad, that has been a consistent statement over the past 12 months from some of you, but, he is the forgotten horse in all of this, was hearing quotes of 20/1 for Cadmium for next years National after his Topham win yesterday, this fella has won that race twice and sits here forgotten about at 66/1… I cannot fathom it, maybe I`m blinded by the fact that this horses form over the fences is 1213…maybe it`s the fact that Mr Tizzard has a really good record at this track, maybe it`s because his LTO run was woeful behind Tiger Roll. For me as a form reader, this fella i would have at 20/1 at most..He loves the track, he has exceptional speed figures round here, he runs up with the pace, (thus keeping himself out of danger) and has an able if not fashionable jockey on board, (his ride on DITFV yesterday proved he is getting used to how to ride the National fences). I know this is a neck on the chopping block horse for me, but, if he get`s round in one piece for me, he is a place at least….if not a winner..I think this is his Wembley / Wimbledon / Formula 1 championship etc race and the owners will want one last hurrah before Ultragold sails off into the sunset!

      18:20
      FLASHING GLANCE
      Horses for courses again, this one won at Ludlow lto and we all know how tight that track is…If he can reproduce that left handed this time he should romp away with this quite easily. Stan Sheppard takes off a useful 3lbs also to aid his cause.
      THISTIMENEXTYEAR
      Has improved with every run this season and i feel 16/1 and above is too big for a horse progressing so much, he won at Fakenham also lto and with a liking for a specialist track it is the reason he is selected here.
      *BEANO* 80/1 1/2 pt e/w
      Now I have added this one, forgot last night and having looked at this ones form and the fact the price of him I couldn`t resist and maybe this will fill the coffers more, or, help me drown my sorrows if UG gets beat.. haha. His speed figures are quite good, he looks a nimble type and in a race of this nature sometimes you need a horse that will pull the jockey, rather than the other way round, not saying that these jockeys don`t do a thoroughly good job, but, some of them are still a bit wet behind the ears so to speak!

      As always hope all jockeys and horses come back safe and sound and good luck with whatever selections you pick, mind how you go!

      1. Stewart you’ve got Lostintranslation all wrong there in my view (unless i’ve translated what you’re saying all wrong!!) – it’s been obvious this season that he’s been crying out for 3m+ . If you’re a 2 1/2 miler, you don’t stay 25f at aintree in soft ish ground – you still have to stay, it’s not Fakenham! Doesn’t get up the hill?? Nonsense. He’s won up it (Stayed up it), and the reason for his defeats/run LTO is pace- he doesn’t have the toe of Defi, that’s quite obvious – anything he has done over shorter has been a bonus. He’s hacked up at Aintree, his stamina coming to the fore. When Tizzard says he’s at the same level as Native River etc, I tend to take note. On that evidence it’s quite obvious he’d have been battling over the last with Topofgame/Santini in the RSA. No idea how you can watch that run and think he’s a 2 1/2 miler and the only reason he’s stayed is the track? Or that he doesn’t get up the hill, when he quite obviously does. Anyway.

        The course difference is one reason for lack of repeat of Festival form, the other is some have had hard races, but you can’t tell until they run – but in my view lots of it is about pace – bigger fields at Chelt/much stronger gallops etc – here you can get smaller fields and so far this week plenty have been able to doss on the front end, which is always the best place to be if going your pace. Aintree is tighter than plenty at the ends, but long galloping straights 🙂 You need a mix of speed and stamina, but you really do have to stay esp when soft, you can’t get away with it in my view, not that often anyway and certainly not big fields.

        p.s I do think you’re mad some of the time haha – but the profit pile suggests your approach works long term. I do find myself shaking my head at some of your assessments of horses as above but I suspect you do with me also :). Best of luck today, as always

        1. All about opinions Josh and i do always respect yours, mine are based on my form study, which i assume like yourself take time to come to the fore. We will always agree to disagree and that is what is good about this mad “hobby” that we have, your reading of a horse / race / course will be completely different from my own, but, as you say we have to respect our differences and look at what we are trying to achieve for ourselves and the other people on this blog, which is as the name suggests “Racing to profit!”. I hope my insights do have people shaking there heads at time, that is good imo as we all learn off each other, I do not say “You have to back mine!!”, but, merely add it into the pot and if people want to follow me fine! The only thing i wold say is do not follow my flat selections….absolutely awful with them, until i can hone in on what I`m doing with them, it is still a work in progress. As for Lostintranslation I did back him yesterday, but, Gold Cup? Even me who is a staunch Tizzard fan cannot have he is in that league…we shall see though and you have to put your head above the parapet every now and then.

          1. Oh he may not be in that league – but the trip won’t be beating him haha. I don’t know what point you was trying to make – that he only won because of the ‘tight’ nature of the track, and he doesn’t actually stay 25f?? Form study would suggest that he gets up the Cheltenham hill no problem wouldn’t it? Not sure how you can watch his two runs there this season, inc his win, and conclude otherwise.
            Topofthegame may have been over-cooked, or didn’t like the track (albeit form at Kempton suggests shouldn’t have been a problem) etc.
            Lostintranslation may well not have the class for the GC, time will tell, but his form is now looking rather solid. I don’t know how you can watch that win, and the odd run this year, and fail to conclude he’s been crying out for 3m+ !! 🙂 And how you’d conclude that he won’t relish it at Chelt – he may prefer that track if anything! I mean he’s won so easily yesterday. I’m at a loss as to how someone can come to such different conclusions on that front, but there we go, that’s just me! 🙂 Time will tell what his ceiling is! But I’d be surprised if he ever runs under 3m again. I could have him all wrong, but anyway.

          2. I think you may have got me wrong about LOSTINTRANSLATION, it must literally have been lost in translation. I felt that he like`s a flatter track and that even though he has won at Cheltenham as you say, it was over a shorter distance, from what i can gather they maybe are going to try and run him against Frodon and see how good he really is! I have an ex army buddy who works down in the yard and they were really bullish about him yesterday, he did say, that his pace in a race is quick, but, he has no second gear when it comes to the crunch, so, as happened yesterday his pace took him to the front and it was only the others tiring that made it look like he had found another gear, if that makes sense. He does have heart and it may be worth watching how that match up with Frodon goes next year.

          3. You have gone for it today Stewart, 16 points outlay. I do not quite get your staking methodology, but I guess you keep it simple and that is your shout and so not a criticism. The thing is we are trying to find winners and so whatever approach you take is fine as long as you can find long term profit. I do enjoy your write ups. I do not always agree with them but that is good as it is challenging to see how others see things. So thanks for that.
            My potential big win on Vintage Clouds is based upon him staying (I know that he has been placed in other nationals) and getting over his seconditis. I am at football this afternoon and so it will be out of my mind until 5.15.
            Anyway keep up the good work.

          4. Martin, when you get time, can you explain your approach to staking? I find it very odd if i’m being honest, 4/6+ pointers appearing out of nowhere, seemingly just because the horse is a shorter price/fav? I know that won’t be why but that’s what it looks like- you’ve been ticking along well with 1-2 point bets, and then comes along a 4 pointer, or a 6 pointer, on a short price fav in a grade 1? Why are some of these handicap tips not 4 pointers, or 2 point EW etc? Clearly it’s an indication as to your confidence, but i’d love to know the reasons why, or what boxes they have ticked for you to be so bullish? I know some have a min price, etc so may not be placed, but even so. I assume your records show that this approach works long term etc, so fair enough, but I do still take an intake of breath when seeing such staking haha
            Josh

          5. The staking methodology does not relate to price but simply levels of confidence and bet stake. I did use to use the Kelly criterion but decided to stop using it mid 2018 and do my own thing. So nothing scientific about it. I obviously bet on others selection as well and so these are not my only bets in a day.
            I appreciate that each to their own and that is cool.
            What I did not get about what Stewart was doing with his bets today was that, as it seemed to me, they were 1 point win up to a certain price and then 1 point each way above that stake regardless of price. I am OK with that as it is Stewart’s shout but seemed simplistic, which is also OK.
            You also go 1 point win most of the time. So that just seems a standard approach, which again is OK. What I struggle with that approach is the level of confidence around the bet. I do read your write ups and so can that way understand your confidence behind a selection that way (I think).
            Anyway an interesting subject for me is staking and I like to learn from others. Perhaps a subject we can come back to when things are quieter on the racing front?

  12. the big day is upon us and here are my top 3 speed/pace findings. same as previous days.
    hope someone finds them useful.

    1-45
    vive le roi 179
    poker play 176
    flemcara 176

    2-25
    angels breath 187
    kateson 175
    brewin’upastorm 174
    one for rosie 174

    3-00
    ornua 185
    us and them 181
    destrier 179

    3-40
    apple jade 214
    if the cap fits 191
    sam spinner 188

    4-20
    touch kick 185
    on tour 179
    debece 178

    5-15 (grand national)
    tiger roll 208
    joe farrel 203
    jury duty 196

    6-20
    west of the bridge 177
    flashing glance 176
    lord yeats 176

  13. Grand National:
    Vintage Clouds 1pt e/w 14/1
    Joe Farrell 1pt e/w 18/1
    Jury Duty 1pt e/w 16/1

    Rest in the morning

  14. today’s selections.
    Newcastle.
    3-20. Knocknamona 9-1
    Aintree.
    1-45. Flemcara 14-1 6 places
    3-40. Wholestone 16-1 4 places
    4-20. Kildisart 7-1 6 places
    all 1/2 pt ew

  15. Grand National punts.
    Minella Rocco @40-1
    Ultragold @80/1
    Ballyoptic @50/1
    Noble Endeavor @50/1
    will probably have a couple of proper bets tomorrow, shortlist Vintage Clouds, Joe Farrell, Jury Duty, Rathvinden and Anibale Fly

  16. the big day is upon us and here are my top 3 speed/pace findings. same as previous days.
    hope someone finds them useful.

    1-45
    vive le roi 179
    poker play 176
    flemcara 176

    2-25
    angels breath 187
    kateson 175
    brewin’upastorm 174
    one for rosie 174

    3-00
    ornua 185
    us and them 181
    destrier 179

    3-40
    apple jade 214
    if the cap fits 191
    sam spinner 188

    4-20
    touch kick 185
    on tour 179
    debece 178

    5-15 (grand national)
    tiger roll 208
    joe farrel 203
    jury duty 196

    6-20
    west of the bridge 177
    flashing glance 176
    lord yeats 176

  17. up bright and early so i’ll do a quick Aintree through the card
    1-45. Flemcara/Coolanly
    2-25. One For Rosie
    3-00. Destrier
    3-40. Wholestone/Sykes
    4-20. Kildisart
    5-15. Vintage Clouds/Noble Endeavor
    6-20. West To The Bridge

  18. One of the phrases you will probably hear today is that “I would want 4/1 on Tiger Roll just to make it round”. I must admit I hate that phrase whenever there is a long race so let’s look at the facts.

    Grand National statistics from last 20 years:
    -23% fell
    -20% PU
    -14% unseated
    -2% refused
    -2% brought down
    -1% didn’t make it round for other reasons

    This means there is a 62% chance your horse doesn’t make it round. However, if you have a horse as good as Tiger Roll those figures will be lower. The ground shouldn’t be too desperate either so let’s say 40%.

    So you then have to factor in the chance the horse has of winning if he runs his race. Let’s say 2/1 for the Tiger (as you also have to consider if he runs his race, there will be others that won’t). That would make the theoretical price he ‘should’ be 9/2.

    On that basis, anything north of that figure is reasonable value. I’m not advising a bet or not, just trying to cut through the nonsense!

  19. Hi, here’s my sweepstake picks

    BALLYOPTIC
    ULTRAGOLD
    LIVELOVELAUGH x 2 (Her indoors pick also)
    you know what happens now!!!

    G.L.

  20. Busy day today: (I have done one or two write ups)

    Vintage Clouds Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Hardly a surprise I have tipped him considering I have done so on 5 of his last 8 starts (and 5 of the 6 which have had 8+ runners). I was more than a little bit pissed off last year when he just missed the cut and we were on at 50/1. Just looks utterly solid and barring a fall should finish in the top 4. He has always been a thorough stayer with a bit of class and always runs well at Aintree. There are very few in this field who deserve it more than he does and hope he can finally have his day in the sun.

    Jury Duty Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Won well LTO despite it being his seasonal re-appearance and the fact he was giving a chunk of weight away. Is well in following that run. Elliott is having a cracking Aintree and the jockey gave him his first ever National all those years ago.

    Joe Farrell Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Won last year’s Scottish National and gets in off a very low weight and ground has come right for him and another who should go close.

    Theatre Territory Aintree 16:20 1pt e/w-I’ve always felt she has been well treated based on some of her runs in the past two seasons behind the likes of Ms Parfois, Mr Whittaker and ahead of The World’s End. Ran OK in the Topham last year. Given the owner/jockey i suspect this would have been the plan. Didn’t quite stay up the hill but only faded in the run-in and this should be fine. Looked a very big price personally.

    Coolanly Aintree 13:45 1pt e/w-Tipped up at the Festival LTO. Ran well in a Grade 1 over 2 miles here last year ahead of a number of horses who are now rated in the 150s. All his full brothers are 3m chasers so fairly confident he will improve for the step up in trip.

    Nietzsche Aintree 18:20 1pt e/w-Won the Greatwood before disappointing next time out in soft ground. Both of those were much harder races than this one considering he was up against borderline Graded animals. This is so much easier. His last 2 runs have been on the flat and I suspect they have been protecting his mark for this. Jockey is well worth the 7lb.

    Navajo War Dance Chepstow 16:40 1pt e/w 10/1-Based on his novice form he looks very well treated and several of his races this season have worked out well including the 1st and 2nd from his last race winning NTO. Trainer/jockey are 2/2 in handicap hurdles at the track so suspect this may have been the plan.

    Quiet Penny Newcastle 17:00 1pt e/w 12/1-Another I tipped up LTO when she was staying on and both me and Josh commented she wanted 3 miles which she gets in a pretty piss poor content here and I expect her to go extremely close.

    1. Well done with Quiet Penny, bit of a walk in the park really. Cheers. Nice EW with the drift on Nietzsche too.

  21. COLINS BETS
    No bet
    ELITE BETS
    Newcastle
    1.30 Bingo D’Olivate BOG 11/2
    3.20 Loch Linnhe BOG 14/1
    NEW METHOD
    2.40 Newcastle Bluefortytwo BOG 11/2
    Quite day all round which could be a good thing after yesterday.
    Colin.

  22. Tiger Roll why you must be mad to back this on bookmakers benefit day, of course it will romp home!
    Won 7 chases from 19 races on going
    Soft, Y, Hy, Soft, Gd/sft, Y, won its first Nov Chase on Gd ground on 20th June 2016 which was worth 6,000 Euros and only 7 runners.
    The ground at Aintree at the moment Gd/Soft will it be good by the off.
    Agree totally with Francis on his percentages, and the National is a far easier race to win, which is shown by the quality of entries entered which trainers would not risk in Red Rums day.
    Said it before the Great Red Rum would not have won a national over these easier fences, and over his career had little success away from Aintree bar for winning the Scottish National one year.
    Age sadly creeps up on us but it was terrific to see Red Rum five wonderful Nationals, happy memories.
    Colin.

  23. up bright and early so i’ll do a quick Aintree through the card
    1-45. Flemcara/Coolanly
    2-25. One For Rosie
    3-00. Destrier
    3-40. Wholestone/Sykes
    4-20. Kildisart
    5-15. Vintage Clouds/Noble Endeavor
    6-20. West To The Bridge

  24. One of the phrases you will probably hear today is that “I would want 4/1 on Tiger Roll just to make it round”. I must admit I hate that phrase whenever there is a long race so let’s look at the facts.

    Grand National statistics from last 20 years:
    -23% fell
    -20% PU
    -14% unseated
    -2% refused
    -2% brought down
    -1% didn’t make it round for other reasons

    This means there is a 62% chance your horse doesn’t make it round. However, if you have a horse as good as Tiger Roll those figures will be lower. The ground shouldn’t be too desperate either so let’s say 40%.

    So you then have to factor in the chance the horse has of winning if he runs his race. Let’s say 2/1 for the Tiger (as you also have to consider if he runs his race, there will be others that won’t). That would make the theoretical price he ‘should’ be 9/2.

    On that basis, anything north of that figure is reasonable value. I’m not advising a bet or not, just trying to cut through the nonsense!

    1. Yes, but, no, but aren’t the fences easier than 20 years ago?

      Should you perhaps look just at the last 5 years?

      Whatever, that’s a great piece of thinking Francis, thank you.

      1. Well the papers would have you believe that the fences are doubling in size and jockeys are firing them into the fences intentionally but yes, you are quite right Chris!

        58% didn’t make it round last 5 years on a variety of grounds, so that would seem a reasonable starting figure to use. From that point on you have to get creative to create Tiger’s tissue price!

        1. I suppose a simplistic way would be to take 58% of the market out, so whatever horse you are looking at needs to be value using the other 42%.

          Say you give Tiger Roll that 2/1 chance on a normal tissue, that’s 33% of the 42%, so 13.86%.

          Add 20% for value, you want 120/13.86 = 8.65 as minimum odds.

          Not a bet for me then.

          1. I’ve always found the easiest way to work out a price ask yourself whats the smallest price you would bet it and whats the biggest price you would lay it and halve it ( keep it simple smiley)

  25. Just got back from Skiing in time for the National. I have a £20 ew ante post on Tiger Roll, I don’t want to do what I did with my ante post on Clan Des Obeaux e/w 4 places where I had 50’s and hedged on 3 others and left out Al Boum of course.
    Is laying the place the best idea? I am a bettor not a layer but think it is worth it in this case. If he doesn’t win I’d just like to cover my stake and have a small profit. I can lay him around evens for 6 places.
    Any advice gratefully received.
    Thanks
    Hugh

    1. Hugh
      Owner of Tiger Roll interview small horse to much weight he does not fancy Tiger Roll, myself the going is against Tiger Roll.
      Difficult decision you lay and it wins kicking yourself, pleased not in your shoes!!!
      Colin

  26. S.B.C. ALL WEATHER BULLETIN :
    right just backed half the field in the national 😉 !!
    just the initial COMPOOTER qualifiers = NOT TIPS

    3.45 Lingfield 4 Juneau (IRE) = good draw e/w
    6.30 Wolves 1 Ebury = no value ?
    2.35 Lingfield 1 Lestrade = no value ?
    4.15 Lingfield 1 Big Time Maybe (IRE)
    4.50 Lingfield 3 Subliminal = sbc system mc not sure of draw tho ?
    8.30 Wolves 8 Wise Words = my strongest feeling of the day / night
    e/w if i can ??? 🙂

    VERY QUIET ON DA PUNTING FRONT ME THINKS TODAY
    just hope one of the twenty i have backed comes on home to daddy !! 😉
    gl/gb
    have fun out there today 😉

  27. RECENT TIPS
    Daily
    A 1.45 – Burbank on 5th run @ 20
    Festival/BGT
    A 1.45 – Coolanly on 1st run @ 11
    …………Coole Cody on 1st run @ 50
    A 5.15 – Noble Endeavour on 1st run @ 50
    N 4.30 – Tiquer on 1st run @ 9/2
    3m+
    A 4.20 – Willie Boy on 2nd run @ 50
    A 5.15 – Pleasant Company on 4th and 5th run @ 16
    ………..Rock The Kasbah on 1st run @ 18
    ………..Regal Encore on 3rd run @ 80
    C 5.35 – Jetstream Jack on 6th run @ 12
    ………..Royal Palladium on 6th run @ 7/2
    ………..Amiral Collonges on 3rd run @ 25
    GL

  28. Hi, here’s my sweepstake picks

    BALLYOPTIC
    ULTRAGOLD
    LIVELOVELAUGH x 2 (Her indoors pick also)
    you know what happens now!!!

    G.L.

  29. Busy day today: (I have done one or two write ups)

    Vintage Clouds Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Hardly a surprise I have tipped him considering I have done so on 5 of his last 8 starts (and 5 of the 6 which have had 8+ runners). I was more than a little bit pissed off last year when he just missed the cut and we were on at 50/1. Just looks utterly solid and barring a fall should finish in the top 4. He has always been a thorough stayer with a bit of class and always runs well at Aintree. There are very few in this field who deserve it more than he does and hope he can finally have his day in the sun.

    Jury Duty Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Won well LTO despite it being his seasonal re-appearance and the fact he was giving a chunk of weight away. Is well in following that run. Elliott is having a cracking Aintree and the jockey gave him his first ever National all those years ago.

    Joe Farrell Aintree 17:15 1pt e/w-Won last year’s Scottish National and gets in off a very low weight and ground has come right for him and another who should go close.

    Theatre Territory Aintree 16:20 1pt e/w-I’ve always felt she has been well treated based on some of her runs in the past two seasons behind the likes of Ms Parfois, Mr Whittaker and ahead of The World’s End. Ran OK in the Topham last year. Given the owner/jockey i suspect this would have been the plan. Didn’t quite stay up the hill but only faded in the run-in and this should be fine. Looked a very big price personally.

    Coolanly Aintree 13:45 1pt e/w-Tipped up at the Festival LTO. Ran well in a Grade 1 over 2 miles here last year ahead of a number of horses who are now rated in the 150s. All his full brothers are 3m chasers so fairly confident he will improve for the step up in trip.

    Nietzsche Aintree 18:20 1pt e/w-Won the Greatwood before disappointing next time out in soft ground. Both of those were much harder races than this one considering he was up against borderline Graded animals. This is so much easier. His last 2 runs have been on the flat and I suspect they have been protecting his mark for this. Jockey is well worth the 7lb.

    Navajo War Dance Chepstow 16:40 1pt e/w 10/1-Based on his novice form he looks very well treated and several of his races this season have worked out well including the 1st and 2nd from his last race winning NTO. Trainer/jockey are 2/2 in handicap hurdles at the track so suspect this may have been the plan.

    Quiet Penny Newcastle 17:00 1pt e/w 12/1-Another I tipped up LTO when she was staying on and both me and Josh commented she wanted 3 miles which she gets in a pretty piss poor content here and I expect her to go extremely close.

    1. Well done with Quiet Penny, bit of a walk in the park really. Cheers. Nice EW with the drift on Nietzsche too.

  30. COLINS BETS
    No bet
    ELITE BETS
    Newcastle
    1.30 Bingo D’Olivate BOG 11/2
    3.20 Loch Linnhe BOG 14/1
    NEW METHOD
    2.40 Newcastle Bluefortytwo BOG 11/2
    Quite day all round which could be a good thing after yesterday.
    Colin.

  31. Tiger Roll why you must be mad to back this on bookmakers benefit day, of course it will romp home!
    Won 7 chases from 19 races on going
    Soft, Y, Hy, Soft, Gd/sft, Y, won its first Nov Chase on Gd ground on 20th June 2016 which was worth 6,000 Euros and only 7 runners.
    The ground at Aintree at the moment Gd/Soft will it be good by the off.
    Agree totally with Francis on his percentages, and the National is a far easier race to win, which is shown by the quality of entries entered which trainers would not risk in Red Rums day.
    Said it before the Great Red Rum would not have won a national over these easier fences, and over his career had little success away from Aintree bar for winning the Scottish National one year.
    Age sadly creeps up on us but it was terrific to see Red Rum five wonderful Nationals, happy memories.
    Colin.

    1. Red Rum won the champions race (again) in the ITV virtual race. Rathvinden won the actual virtual race. They had the winner last year and the second the year before. Just saying.

  32. If The Cap Fits. Now that was a proper finish! Fantastic race, got the last wrong and came back to nab it on the line, not a bean on anything but a just a brilliant race.

  33. Just got back from Skiing in time for the National. I have a £20 ew ante post on Tiger Roll, I don’t want to do what I did with my ante post on Clan Des Obeaux e/w 4 places where I had 50’s and hedged on 3 others and left out Al Boum of course.
    Is laying the place the best idea? I am a bettor not a layer but think it is worth it in this case. If he doesn’t win I’d just like to cover my stake and have a small profit. I can lay him around evens for 6 places.
    Any advice gratefully received.
    Thanks
    Hugh

    1. Well done on returning with no broken bones. At £20 each way I would just let it run. Good luck.

        1. Depends how much the money means to you however if I had 20 ew on Tiger Roll at 25/1 I would be celebrating already win or lose. Personally I think you should never ever lay this bet. You have the best of it all day long. Goodluck.

    2. Hugh
      Owner of Tiger Roll interview small horse to much weight he does not fancy Tiger Roll, myself the going is against Tiger Roll.
      Difficult decision you lay and it wins kicking yourself, pleased not in your shoes!!!
      Colin

  34. S.B.C. ALL WEATHER BULLETIN :
    right just backed half the field in the national 😉 !!
    just the initial COMPOOTER qualifiers = NOT TIPS

    3.45 Lingfield 4 Juneau (IRE) = good draw e/w
    6.30 Wolves 1 Ebury = no value ?
    2.35 Lingfield 1 Lestrade = no value ?
    4.15 Lingfield 1 Big Time Maybe (IRE)
    4.50 Lingfield 3 Subliminal = sbc system mc not sure of draw tho ?
    8.30 Wolves 8 Wise Words = my strongest feeling of the day / night
    e/w if i can ??? 🙂

    VERY QUIET ON DA PUNTING FRONT ME THINKS TODAY
    just hope one of the twenty i have backed comes on home to daddy !! 😉
    gl/gb
    have fun out there today 😉

    1. Hi G

      Thanks for list, am swerving Lingfield and looking at Wolverhampton later.

      Good luck in the National old bean 🙂 back later.

      1. how goes it mc 😉
        i think i might as well .. i was right about lestrade = no value .. especially as it lost ..lol 🙂
        let’s all concentrate around 5.15pm !!

        gl/gb 🙂

        1. SBC Wolverhampton Update

          GMeister, not much of interest again tonite. I respect your enthusiasm for the 8.30 selection but at 9/4 in that type of race not for me 🙁

          My only bets are dutching Precision Prince and Mr Fox in the 6.00, Billyoaks in the 7.00 and my strongest fancy (albeit not that strong) is The Groove in the 8.00 EW.

          Enjoy the GN, good luck with your selections, and have a good evening.

          1. thanks hon. president mc …. 🙂
            yep getting nervous now 😉 have a great race and night as well 🙂

            gl/gb 🙂

  35. Tiger very very impressive totally outstanding Hugh hope you did not lay, must switch off for cannot stand the owner after his disgraceful words over Willie Mullins when he withdrew his horses certainly no class.
    Colin

  36. A lovely brave little fella, didn’t back him but glad he won.
    And well done and thanks Nick. My wife is called Penny so a coincidence bet although she does not fulfil the first half of the name 🙂 🙂

    Just go and get the frying pan now so I can be beaten with it.

  37. If The Cap Fits. Now that was a proper finish! Fantastic race, got the last wrong and came back to nab it on the line, not a bean on anything but a just a brilliant race.

  38. Tiger very very impressive totally outstanding Hugh hope you did not lay, must switch off for cannot stand the owner after his disgraceful words over Willie Mullins when he withdrew his horses certainly no class.
    Colin

    1. Colin, I am not a layer and resisted the temptation, enjoyed it hugely. What a horse. Hard to see him not doing it again if he returns in good form.
      One of the first horses I ever backed (with my Dad) was Team Spirit, who was also tiny and thought too small, when he won the Grand National in 1964.
      Thanks to those who counselled sticking with the bet.
      Hugh

  39. A lovely brave little fella, didn’t back him but glad he won.
    And well done and thanks Nick. My wife is called Penny so a coincidence bet although she does not fulfil the first half of the name 🙂 🙂

    Just go and get the frying pan now so I can be beaten with it.

  40. Grand National profile based on Josh’s stats since modifications:
    age 8-11
    run G2+
    run 3m2+
    4+ runs last 365 days
    3+ season runs
    18+ career runs
    10-19 chase runs
    1-9 handicap chase runs
    5+ career wins
    1+ handicap chase places
    T6 lto
    Gives 6 wins 8 places (inc winners) 29 bets 7 years.

    Probably a bit ‘overfitted’ but some food for thought for next year.

  41. Grand National profile based on Josh’s stats since modifications:
    age 8-11
    run G2+
    run 3m2+
    4+ runs last 365 days
    3+ season runs
    18+ career runs
    10-19 chase runs
    1-9 handicap chase runs
    5+ career wins
    1+ handicap chase places
    T6 lto
    Gives 6 wins 8 places (inc winners) 29 bets 7 years.

    Probably a bit ‘overfitted’ but some food for thought for next year.

  42. RECENT TIPS
    Daily
    A 1.45 – Burbank on 5th run @ 20
    Festival/BGT
    A 1.45 – Coolanly on 1st run @ 11
    …………Coole Cody on 1st run @ 50
    A 5.15 – Noble Endeavour on 1st run @ 50
    N 4.30 – Tiquer on 1st run @ 9/2
    3m+
    A 4.20 – Willie Boy on 2nd run @ 50
    A 5.15 – Pleasant Company on 4th and 5th run @ 16
    ………..Rock The Kasbah on 1st run @ 18
    ………..Regal Encore on 3rd run @ 80
    C 5.35 – Jetstream Jack on 6th run @ 12
    ………..Royal Palladium on 6th run @ 7/2
    ………..Amiral Collonges on 3rd run @ 25
    GL

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