Welcome to Cheekpieces

I’ve spent over ten years realising a second income from betting on horse racing which has resulted in several 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. My
modus operandi is quite simple…regular winners at above market prices. Interested in winning?

Cheltenham Festival
50% Strike Rate an ALL BETS…
£700 profit to £50 Stakes…
Champion Hurdle and Gold Cup Double!!!

SUBJECTIVIST (e/w @ 25/1 3rd 22/1
MARIES DIAMOND (e/w @ 66/1 3rd 40/1
EBURY (e/w @ 25/1) 6th 18/1
TEREBELLUM (adv win) 2nd 5/1
MONTALATHAM (adv win) 3rd 8/1
ART POWER WON 6/4 (adv 5/2)
THE LIR JET WON 9/2 (adv 6/1)
PAWPAW WON Evens (adv 9/4)
Smaller stakes suggested bet: Chiefofchiefs (WON 20/1 adv 50/1)
Profit on the week = +17 points at BSP*
* does not include Chiefofchiefs as not advised at full stakes
WON 2/1 < 3/1
Hold The Note
3rd 10/1
Lord De Mesnil
2nd 11/2
Put The Kettle On
WON 16/1
Night Edition
2nd 16/1
Al Boum Photo
WON 10/3
Chosen Mate
WON 7/2 < 5/1
WON 15/2 (w/out fav)

“Betting is ultimately about winning”

My background is as an accountant and that has meant I’ve have developed an analytical approach to betting. I hate losing money and if I thought I would lose in the mid to long term I would stop betting tomorrow. Of course I have losing runs the same as everyone else but over a sustained period, I know from past experience that I will come out on top.

Some Great Winners over the jumps and on the flat!
(see Results for more details)

I usually love the Cesarewitch, and it’s been a good race for me in the past, but I don’t really have an angle on this year’s renewal. Great White Shark is the right favourite, she has an excuse for dropping out last year as she had got loose before the start, and she bids to make amends on a 3lb lower mark. I hate putting up favs in this type of race but…
I can see “Horse To Follow” Summer Moon (2nd 16/1) running into a place again, but is unlikely to be on a winning mark: – Great White Shark – 0.5 point win @ 15/2 – WON 9/2

St Leger:  “Galileo Chrome continues to progress and showed no signs of stopping yet with a facile victory last time out, he looks the value in a competitive renewal 0.5 point each-way @ 11/2″  WON 4/1

“I thought Laafy was unsuited by fast ground at Goodwood and is worth another chance 1 point win”  WON 9/2

“Ascot has a gentle reminder that it should be Shergar Cup day with the Shergar Cup Celebration Handicap which is a competitive race, despite only ten runners. Via Serendipity makes his stable debut having slipped to a dangerously low mark. It does tend to look that he is a better AW performer these days, but easy to forget he has top CD handicap form too…” advised each-way @ 12/1 WON 7/2

“…Thank You Next, who I like in the Nursery. She officially steps down in grade off of the same mark (78) as when third in a Goodwood nursery last week, where she struggled to go the pace over the sharp 6f but ran on looking in need of a step up in trip – 0.5 point win @ 13/2″  WON 7/2

The John Smith’s Cup Handicap … I’ll throw three darts at it: Fifth Position (3rd 6/1 < 9/1) has form this season that ties in with some of the best handicaps run so far; Sinjaari (WON 11/1 adv 14/1) makes a seasonal bow, but his short-head defeat to Headman could make him the best handicapped runner, Dark Jedi (4th 18/1 < 20/1) has been progressing race-by-race and may not have peaked yet”

“At the Curragh, Eddie Lynam’s Romantical Proposal looked to have been given a very tender ride when not finishing far behind the leaders in a similar race and should go well at a price”  WON 11/2 adv 12/1

… little form to go on but I do suggest a bet on The Lir Jet who looked like the proverbial aeroplane when with an impressive debut that smashed the all-age track record at Yarmouth. It was firm that day and all the times were fast, but the form has been franked by the fifth and sixth. Likely to be different conditions here, I’m unsure from his run style if he will act on soft ground, but I expect him to be in with a shout – 1 point win @ 6/1″  WON 9/2

Burmese Waltz (2nd 22/1) is one at an each-way price (16/1) that could go well. Chiefofchiefs (WON 20/1) may be worth a punt at 50/1, dropping to a sprint trip for the first time. Nahaar (3rd 4/1) could go well now that the ground has dried out. I don’t advise bets to full stakes; but maybe small plays on selections”

Moonlighting as only run three times with the two efforts on fast ground being poor. Sandwiched between those two efforts was a good second at Carlisle (with cut in the ground) to the now 100+ rated Troubadour. Granted that the winner won comfortably, but Kevin Ryan’s filly chased the winner and the subsequent efforts of the placed horses make a mark of 60 a potentially lenient one and she looks a solid bet 1 point win”WON 7/1

“hopefully there’s some pace on that side and no “golden highway” down the stands rail. Sir Busker is already a winner since the break and that was a good performance, the form was franked by Fifth Position at the weekend” 1/2 point win @ 11/1 WON 12/1

The Betway Chase (Racing Post Chase to most of us) features the second, third,
fourth and fifth from the 2019 renewal, none of which seem to be re-opposing on significantly better terms. I get the argument that Adrien Du Pont may have been a bit unlucky last year but doesn’t interest me at 5/1 fav (interesting to note though that Christmas before last he easily beat Just A Sting over CD on
similar terms). I’m taking the angle that better ground will see significant improvement in one of last year’s better novices who may be over-priced as he’s
failed to shine this season in testing conditions: Mister Malarky – 0.5 point eachway @ 16/1″ WON 9/1

The Befair Hurdle.
“worth noting is Paul Nicholl’s record in the race and he has two that could
bounce back at massive prices: Pic D’Orhy WON 33/1 and Tamarac Du
Mathan (5th 50/1). It takes a big leap pf faith that either will show significant
improvement for a sounder surface but at those prices, worth taking a punt.”

“On Boxing Day the betting race for me of the Kempton card is the novices handicap chase (1:20) where several appeal, particularly the well-treated fav Roll Again, but at the prices I’m keen on the improving Commanche Red who is unlikely to meet anything of the class of his last two conquerors: Reserve Tank or Nube Negra and looks the value… – 0.5 points each-way @ 10/1″ WON 4/1

“At Southwell’s evening fixture Bee Machine may be worth a punt at a big price. He ran better than the finishing position suggests last time out and, although he has a wide berth again, if he can get tucked in he has a chance and on that form shouldn’t be more than twice the price of Break The Silence – 0.5 points each-way @ 16/1″ WON 8/1

Hamish is interesting as he’s been running well over trips that on breeding are short enough for him, the form of his last effort at Newbury is working out well. My confidence is tempered slightly by the fact that I’m not convinced that he wants fast ground but at 11/1 (12’s in places) he’s worth a wager” WON 7/1

Don’t Forget the previous season – Diocletian WON 33/1 [BSP 70.0]

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

Register with Cheek Pieces for FREE

And get the winning value!