At the start of the year I started looking at how the markets were influencing racing results, looking at certain criteria I could apply that sorted out the wheat from the chaff.
The NH experiment proved so successful that I advised Post Racing members they should be looking to employ them as part of their betting strategy, paying particular attention to those in Rated races.
The final figures were superb, using them for the flat racing season between May 1st and September 30th, inclusive.
MM(evening movers) 315/1105 +180.31pts BFSP after 5%
MM(rated races) 71/251 +83.63pts BFSP
This October is the first I’ve applied to the NH season from the start of what I deem my changeover period and already the winners are rattling up, but it’s also the first October I have applied them to the flat season, too and at the weekend Post Racing members took £000’s off the layers with four winners from four horses selected, the accumulator paying 659/1 to SP.
The weekends are when most of my members (my Weekend Club members), apply the selections to their multiples as not everyone looks to make a living from betting, indeed most enjoy having a bet purely for fun.
Watching and waiting is vital when we have weather such as that we are seeing now and yesterday it paid huge dividends as I selected six horses running in four races at Uttoxeter and Kelso.
3-20 – BALLYHILL – 6/1 > 4/1 – UP
3-20 – MCGROARTY – 13/2 > 5/1 – WON 9/2
5-30 – NORWEGIAN WOODS – 7/1 > 9/2 – 4TH 5/2
3-10 – TRUCKERS HIGHWAY – 9/1 > 11/2 – WON 6/1
4-45 – HOWLONGISAFOOT – 13/2 > 5/1 – WON 5/1
4-45 – PERPIGNAN – 14/1 > 8/1 – 4TH 25/1
On Saturday I produced four Market Movers at Newmarket:
1-40 – EVA MARIA – 4/1 > 2/1 – WON 4/1
2-50 – WHITE MOONLIGHT – 4/1 > 3/1 – WON 5/1
4-00 – KINROSS – 10/1 > 7/2 – WON 3/1
4-35 – SPECIALISE – 7/2 > 3/1 – WON 9/2
One Post Racing member won a five figure sum playing trebles and the four horse accumulator, several others won four figure sums, one advising me that for a total stake of £40, they returned £6k.
KINROSS was making debut and caught my eye almost right away, opening at 10/1 and immediately attracting money. By the time I got to my desk at 5-00am Saturday morning, it was 7/2 and when my mid-morning update went out, 3/1.
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