Tuesday , November 10 2020

Today’s Ratings and Market Movers 21/06/19

We are now seeing the three years olds being unleashed on all aged handicaps and that means for a few weeks we’ll have limited Ratings, as they settle down.

The now show their hands and once they do that, I can get a handle on them and produce accurate figures. Right now they might have a stone in hand of their official marks and so I’ll not even attempt to work with them.

That means today, despite all that racing talking places, we have just one race from each from four of the flat meetings taking place, and two from Market Rasen. Redcar offers us nowt but Market Movers.

As the afternoon was going on yesterday I mentioned I asked Andy if he knew that, at the beginning of the day yesterday, only 16 horses racing at Royal Ascot had winning form on soft ground, and that six of those ran in the 5-00pm.

No wonder my work produced not a lot. I also mentioned to him that by the end of this week I’ll have written about 20,000 words for that meeting and most of it will not have been worth a carrot.

Can you imagine how annoying that is?

Despite Royal Ascot, we’ve been able to accumulate some superb profits and that inspired one member to contact me last night. I have asked him if he would permit me to use those words as a testimonial and he gave me the thumbs up.

“Hi Ron, I’d just like to doff my cap to you for the genius of the figures and work you are producing. I have been using them for less than two weeks and I’m somewhere in between flabbergasted and gobsmacked at the sheer strike rate of them and ability to find wheat in what to all intents and purposes looks like chaff. I did follow your ratings a good while back but I remember there was an awful year of weather. Plus I was a much more naive gambler than I am today and failed to realise the potential they held. I also believe the service is packaged in a much more user friendly way now and I have nothing but the upmost respect for what you have created using hard work and cold hard reasoning. I am somewhere in between a gambler and trader and have been using your figures in my own way to try and maximise the value I can extract from the exchanges pre race and in-play. So far the results have been frightening. I am going to make a donation to the charities on the website now as it’s for a good cause and I think it’s only fair. Keep up the good work!”

Thank you very much indeed, Richard, for those very kind words.

We have enjoyed a stunning June thus far, despite what the weather has thrown at us, and this is the record for the month, to date, achieved by the good people at Astech Gold:

DAILY PROFIT/LOSS RECORD FOR JUNE AND THE SEASON TO DATE

FOR JUNE = +£1456.82
SINCE MAY 4TH = +£2451.73

18 WINNING DAYS FROM THE 20 WE HAVE BET ON THIS MONTH, TO DATE

June 1st – +£211.97
June 2nd – +£37.22
June 3rd – +£31.46
June 4th – +£139.60
June 5th – +£91.60
June 6th – +£245.52

TOTAL TO JUNE 6TH = +£757.37

June 7th – -£308.62
June 8th – NO BETTING
*June 9th – +£117.42
*June 10th – +£88.06
*June 11th – +£50.93
*June 12th – -£19.63
*June 13th – +£68.24

TOTAL FOR JUNE TO 13TH = £753.77

*June 14th – +£39.41
June 15th – +£125.83
June 16th – +£66.08
June 17th – +£88.71
June 18th – +£365.40
June 19th – +£17.22
June 20th – +£50.12

TOTAL FOR JUNE = £1506.94

TOTAL PROFIT FOR THE SEASON TO DATE (SINCE MAY 4TH) = +£2501.85

TWO WEEKS OF BETTING WERE LOST TO BAD WEATHER

THE DATES MARKED * INDICATE ONLY MARKET MOVERS WERE USED.

June 7th still wrankles with me because that day should have been binned and I could not get a message out ?

The figure should now be showing a profit of £3k+….it will soon enough!

So, final days work for Royal Ascot to produce, tomorrow’s prepping to get done, walk the dogs, get some fresh air and exercise, then tonight, once your Newsletter goes out, it’s a wee dram from the bottle a member was very kind enough to send me not so long ago….thanks again, sir ?….bottoms up!

Have a great day!

Kindest regards

Ron

We are now seeing the three years olds being unleashed on all aged handicaps and that means for a few weeks we’ll have limited Ratings, as they settle down.

The now show their hands and once they do that, I can get a handle on them and produce accurate figures. Right now they might have a stone in hand of their official marks and so I’ll not even attempt to work with them.

That means today, despite all that racing talking places, we have just one race from each from four of the flat meetings taking place, and two from Market Rasen. Redcar offers us nowt but Market Movers.

As the afternoon was going on yesterday I mentioned I asked Andy if he knew that, at the beginning of the day yesterday, only 16 horses racing at Royal Ascot had winning form on soft ground, and that six of those ran in the 5-00pm.

No wonder my work produced not a lot. I also mentioned to him that by the end of this week I’ll have written about 20,000 words for that meeting and most of it will not have been worth a carrot.

Can you imagine how annoying that is?

Despite Royal Ascot, we’ve been able to accumulate some superb profits and that inspired one member to contact me last night. I have asked him if he would permit me to use those words as a testimonial and he gave me the thumbs up.

“Hi Ron, I’d just like to doff my cap to you for the genius of the figures and work you are producing. I have been using them for less than two weeks and I’m somewhere in between flabbergasted and gobsmacked at the sheer strike rate of them and ability to find wheat in what to all intents and purposes looks like chaff. I did follow your ratings a good while back but I remember there was an awful year of weather. Plus I was a much more naive gambler than I am today and failed to realise the potential they held. I also believe the service is packaged in a much more user friendly way now and I have nothing but the upmost respect for what you have created using hard work and cold hard reasoning. I am somewhere in between a gambler and trader and have been using your figures in my own way to try and maximise the value I can extract from the exchanges pre race and in-play. So far the results have been frightening. I am going to make a donation to the charities on the website now as it’s for a good cause and I think it’s only fair. Keep up the good work!”

Thank you very much indeed, Richard, for those very kind words.

We have enjoyed a stunning June thus far, despite what the weather has thrown at us, and this is the record for the month, to date, achieved by the good people at Astech Gold:

DAILY PROFIT/LOSS RECORD FOR JUNE AND THE SEASON TO DATE

FOR JUNE = +£1456.82
SINCE MAY 4TH = +£2451.73

18 WINNING DAYS FROM THE 20 WE HAVE BET ON THIS MONTH, TO DATE

June 1st – +£211.97
June 2nd – +£37.22
June 3rd – +£31.46
June 4th – +£139.60
June 5th – +£91.60
June 6th – +£245.52

TOTAL TO JUNE 6TH = +£757.37

June 7th – -£308.62
June 8th – NO BETTING
*June 9th – +£117.42
*June 10th – +£88.06
*June 11th – +£50.93
*June 12th – -£19.63
*June 13th – +£68.24

TOTAL FOR JUNE TO 13TH = £753.77

*June 14th – +£39.41
June 15th – +£125.83
June 16th – +£66.08
June 17th – +£88.71
June 18th – +£365.40
June 19th – +£17.22
June 20th – +£50.12

TOTAL FOR JUNE = £1506.94

TOTAL PROFIT FOR THE SEASON TO DATE (SINCE MAY 4TH) = +£2501.85

TWO WEEKS OF BETTING WERE LOST TO BAD WEATHER

THE DATES MARKED * INDICATE ONLY MARKET MOVERS WERE USED.

June 7th still wrankles with me because that day should have been binned and I could not get a message out ?

The figure should now be showing a profit of £3k+….it will soon enough!

So, final days work for Royal Ascot to produce, tomorrow’s prepping to get done, walk the dogs, get some fresh air and exercise, then tonight, once your Newsletter goes out, it’s a wee dram from the bottle a member was very kind enough to send me not so long ago….thanks again, sir ?….bottoms up!

Have a great day!

Kindest regards

Ron

MARKET MOVERS
ASCOT

NONE

REDCAR

2-10 – AUDARYA – 13/8 > E
2-45 – CAPE VICTORY – 5/4 > E
3-20 – TUKHOOM – 13/2 > 9/2
4-35 – BERYL THE PETAL – 11/2 > 9/2

MARKET RASEN 

2-20 – LAKESIDE PEARL – 12/1 > 15/2

NEWMARKET

5-40 – EDMOND DANTES – 10/3 > 5/2
6-10 – KING’S COMMAND – 9/2 > 6/4
7-15 – ANTICO LADY – 9/2 > 7/2

GOODWOOD

NONE

AYR

8-45 – VEE MAN TEN – 8/1 > 7/1

TODAY’S RATINGS AND ADVICE

MARKET MOVERS IN RATED RACES HIGHLIGHTED

ASCOT 5-35 – 1m4f  (1m3f211y) Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes (Handicap)  (Class 2) (3yo+ 0-105)

PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – H-M-L

T§ – LETHAL STEPS….+17
§ – BEN VRACKLE….+9
T – BAGHDAD….-5
* – FUJAIRA PRINCE (BF)….-9
KASPARENKO….-13
* – COLLIDE….-22
§ – BYRON FLYER….-24
W2§* – SEVENNA STAR….-25
* – PIVOINE….-26
§ – TOP TUG….-29
SPARK PLUG….-31
TEMPLE CHURCH….-37
T§ – AQUARIUM….-40
SECRET ADVISOR….-40
§ – LUCIUS TIBERIUS….-40
W2 – CORGI….-40
ARTHURIAN FLAME….-40
T – DOWNDRAFT….-40
T – JOHNNY DRAMA….-40

NOTES:

MARKET RASEN 2-20 – 2m½f  (2m148y) DFDS Mares’ Handicap Hurdle  (Class 5) (4yo+ 0-100)

PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – N/A

* – ANGEL OF THE NORTH….+12
* – HURRICANE RITA….-9
* – ROCCOCO STYLE….-29
T – LAKESIDE PEARL….-40
OKSANA….-40
JAXLIGHT….-40

NOTES:

MARKET RASEN 4-05 – 2m5½f  (2m5f89y) Siemens Gamesa “Summer Plate Trial” Handicap Chase  (Class 3) (5yo+ 0-140)

PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – N/A

* – BANDSMAN….+13
* – POKER SCHOOL….+10
T* – DIEG MAN….+8
* – STEEL WAVE….-26
T – DARCY WARD….-27
T* – GONE PLATINUM….-28
CAKE DE L’ISLE….-33
AGAMEMMON….-37
NOT A ROLE MODEL….-40
ZALIAPOUR….-40

NOTES:

NEWMARKET 8-55 – 5f  (July) Heath Court “Wings Of A Dove” Fillies’ Handicap  (Class 5) (4yo+ 0-70)

PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – NONE

ALASKAN BAY….-33
PRECIOUS RUM….-40
SPENNY’S LASS (BF)….-40
PRINCESS KEIRA….-40
INVISIBLE STORM….-40
LETHAL ANGEL….-40
T – HONEY GG….-40
GLOBAL ROSE….-40
THE SPECIAL ONE….-40

NOTES:

AYR 8-10 – 7f  (7f50y) Tennent’s Lager Handicap  (Class 4) (4yo+ 0-85)

PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – NONE

T* – LAMLOOM….+8
* – REDARNA….+7
T* – LOGI….-8
* – LUCKY VIOLET….-9
T* – FLORENZA….-15
* – TOMMY G….-17
* – JACOB BLACK….-18
STRONG STEPS….-35

NOTES:

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