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Welcome to Cheekpieces
I spent over fifteen years realising a second income from betting on horse racing. I went full-time when work started getting in the way of punting. My issue now, is not finding winners, it is trying to get bets placed as my success has resulted in most bookmakers either closing or placing restrictions on my account. I had several exclusive followers already and in early 2017 decided to start up the website Cheekpieces and offer membership to new clients. Unlike many services ALL my results are available to view month-by-month, win or lose [see Winning Team for 2020 breakdown].
My modus operandi is quite simple…regular winners at above market prices. Interested in winning?
Were you on COMPANY MINX?
Members advised to back Company Minx at Newmarket
+87 points profit to advised stakes in 2021 (as at 16th September) incl:
MEMBERS ON THE BIG GAMBLES BEFORE THEY HAPPEN!!
CHAMPANE PIAFF WON 2/1 - advised 11/2
SOUND REASON - WON 3/1 - advised 9/1
L'OPERATEUR - WON 3/1 - advised 14/1
SILENT FLAME - WON 100/30 - advised 7/1
BICKERSTAFFE - WON 9/2 - advised 8/1
LIVE YOUR DREAM - WON 11/4 - advised 9/1
SPANISH KISS WON 5/6 - advised 15/8
ROYAL SCIMITAR - 4th 28/1 - advised 40/1
TWEET TWEET - WON 11/4 - advised 11/1 [R4 30%]
WON 10/11 adv 9/4
WON 11/2 adv 13/2
WINNERS IN THE LAST FOUR WEEKS
WON 9/2 adv 11/2
WON 4/1 adv 6/1
Cairn Island WON 3/1 adv 4/1
Blue Sky Thinking
“Betting is ultimately about winning”
“I must say I’ve been really impressed with your
selections and the way your service is run.” Steve Adams of the tipster comparison site Racing Index
Just a few examples of the top quality advice given to members. A precise summary is provided for selections explaining why I believe they are over-priced.
Thursday 12th August
“L’OPERATEUR looks interesting dropping back to 7f having been racing at ten furlongs. Last time he raced over 7f was when ½ length third in March, he followed that up with a good 2nd in a 0-75 at Windsor (good) over a mile, that race has worked out well, producing plenty of winners. After three subsequent poor efforts at 1m/1m 2f, it looks worth a try going back down in trip, and the gelding may be over-priced – 1 point win @ 14/1” WON 3/1
Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021
“A Plus Tard turned the novice handicap chase into a rout two years ago and has a solid chance of Gold if proving to have the stamina required. A win in the Savills Chase suggests he will stay the additional two furlongs, but that Savills Chase was another bunch finish. I still wouldn’t rule out stable mate, and horse to follow, Minella Indo who fell early in that race. He has been out of form so far this season but ran a great race in the RSA last season, where he appeared to get involved in a scrap with Allaho a long way out and set the race up for Champ”
Minella Indo –0.5 point each-way @ 9/1″ WON 9/1
Friday 14th May
“One I’ve put up a couple of times when she has been a non-runner is Company Minx she had to race widest of all at Windsor last time out and, although on the retreat, was also squeezed out. She is now 11lbs lower than when a close fifth in a competitive Ascot handicap (when trained by Clive Cox). She drops significantly in grade here and is worth a punt at a big price: – 0.5 point each-way [only Bet365 priced up @ 25/1″ WON 50/1
SATURDAY 17th JULY
“At Haydock I am more than happy to give another chance to TWEET TWEET. Declan Caroll’s filly was a decent juvenile despite remaining a maiden after three starts. Connections wasted no time with maidens this season as she won a good sprint at Thirsk in a time just outside the track record. TWEET TWEET then disappointed at York when joint-favourite but may have been inconvenienced by a track bias. It is also a strong possibility that the handicapper has nailed her with the 10lbs hike, but she is an irresistible price and rattling quick ground is ideal – 1 point win @ 11/1” WON 11/4 [30p/£ rule 4 on the 11/1]
“An interesting staying handicap which is almost a re-run of the Copper Horse handicap from the Royal meeting. So many of them re-oppose that it would be easier to list the ones that aren’t. It is easy to make a case for AMTIYAZ, GLOBAL STORM and ARTHURIAN FABLE, but with little margin for error on revised marks, I will leave it up to others to work out. I am going to swerve the Copper Horse form and side with LIVE YOUR DREAM. Saeed bin Suroor’s gelding has only had six starts and has been improving with each step up in trip. Two starts back he found only Spanish Kiss too good at York, who bolted-up under 9lbs extra next time out. LIVE YOUR DREAM has been raised 10lbs for an easy 6 ½ lengths win over 2m at Wolves next time out, but the runner-up, Margaret Dumont ran will in the Northumberland Plate consolation, and I think the handicapper may not have caught up with the selection yet – 1 point win @ 9/1” WON 7/2
Wednesday 19th May
“I put up Noorban for a second time earlier in the month and I am giving her another chance at Ayr. The filly was a confident selection last time out, but the ground went completely against her when it became soft and that run can be excused. Prior to that, she finished a 5¾ lengths fifth in a hot race at Thirsk which was run in a fast time and already produced two winners from the placed horses. Dropped back to 5f, with her mark reduced by 2lbs and with the prospect of better ground, the filly must be backed – 1 point win @ 9/1” WON 7/2
To enlighten you on the lessons I’ve learned over the years, I offer my betting system and detailed analytics of my previous results in the FREE “3 Ducks In A Row” eBook. This eBook comes for FREE when you register for a free account.
There is a lot of hard work that goes into my selections and I’m willing to give it to our members as a BONUS; here’s what you’ll learn:
- How I create my own SP Forecast or “Tissue” before a race begins
- How to spot if a market is “over-round” or “over-broke”
- Why bookmakers intentionally lose money at Cheltenham and other notable races
- How to check if a horse is over or under priced by the bookmaker
- Examples of where I won and lost money using when using the “3 Ducks In A Row” method