Weighed In - Previous Results

Saturday 17th October

There’s a couple at Wolverhampton’s evening meeting: two last time out winners go head-to-head over the minimum trip and on collateral form there is not much between A Go Go and Smokey, which is not surprising as the handicap is compressed to 4lbs between the runners. A Go Go has had plenty of opportunities to win off of marks lower than 60 and failed, so she is worth taking on with the progressive Smokey, who might have won more convincingly if she hadn’t been baulked: Smokey – 1 point win”  WON 13/2 [A Go Go 2nd 6/1]

“In the next I am keen on Melodic Charm, who looked like prevailing at Dunstall Park over 7f last time out; but appeared to run out of stamina against a useful rival in Clinician. A drop in trip looked inevitable for the filly, and back over 6f she should go close – 1 point win @ 7/1″  WON 7/2

No full advised bets for Quipco Champions Day but preview highlighted:

Champion Sprint Stakes

“A repeat of his last two races sees Dream Of Dreams head and shoulders above anything else in that, but he does have a tendency to thrown in the odd shocker and two of those have been in previous renewals of this. I’d rather look elsewhere than back him at 2/1… this will be the fifth time that Brando has run in the race and he’s finished in the first six on the other four occasions. He may be worth a bet in novelty markets e.g. top 4/5 finish” 2nd 80/1

4:15 Balmoral Handicap

“This is always a cracking handicap; and has a solid favourite with Raeeq who could put the icing on the cake of what has been a fantastic season for Shadwell. I doubt that I could back anything at 5/1 in such a competitive race with unknowns about the going, pace and draw…. I am surprised that Solid Stone is 33/1, he won nicely for us earlier in the season, and he would be my pick as an outsider with an each-way chance with 5 places” 2nd 16/1

Friday 17th October

“Bolshoi Ballet went into the notebook after an encouraging debut at Newmarket, finishing third despite running green and having to race wider than the first two. As a brother to Southern France he should be a decent middle-distance horse next season, but should be capable of winning at two and I think he should be odds-on – 1 point win @ 5/4″  WON Evs

Thursday 15th October

“Love it or hate it, Southwell does provide punters with an advantage as its unique surface doesn’t suit many runners. Exalted Angel is proven on the track and performs well after a break 1 point win @ 4/1″  WON 5/1

“Xcelente recorded some decent RPRs as a juvenile and has more scope than some exposed rivals on his first attempt at a mile. He was only just beaten at the track over 7f and a step up in trip looks likely to suit, with a slight drop in class too – 1 point win @ 7/2 (25p rule 4)”  WON 6/4

Saturday 10th October

“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

Wednesday 7th October

“The sole bet on Wednesday is Cmon Cmon at Newcastle. The Slade Power gelding got off the mark over CD last time out and a 4lb increase does not look harsh as the placed horses have subsequently given the form some substance – 1 point win @ 3/1″  WON 9/2

Wednesday 23rd September

“I’ve narrowed Wednesday’s cards down to just one bet; Enderman was progressing nicely before getting stuck in the mud at Windsor last month. It was torrential rain that day that made the ground very testing. The form of his fifth at Beverley prior to that is working out very well, and he did not get a clear passage that day. Off the back of that he was well-backed prior to the change in weather when he drifted from 6/4 < 3/1. He looks value to go well, after being gelded, and more importantly, he’s a decent price – 1 point win @ 10/1″WON 15/2

Saturday 19th September

“I also have two confident selections at Ayr: In the Firth Of Clyde Fillies’ Stakes Umm Kulthum surely only has to repeat her Lowther Stakes third to capture this Group 3. She showed her inexperience that day and has plenty of improvement in her – 1 point win @ 2/1″  WON 9/4

“In the last, Ascension is possibly nap material (Mithras being odds-on already in the opener at Newbury) after winning at Newmarket on his first start since being gelded. The third that day, went down narrowly at York next time out and the son of Dark Angel looked to have plenty of improvement to defy a 4lb rise – 1 point win @ 9/4″  WON 5/2

Saturday 12th September

Doncaster Champagne Stakes – “Chindit is unbeaten after two starts and the form of those two wins is rock solid, he’s the right favourite here, looks potentially top-class and must be backed Chindit 2 points win” WON 15/8

“On his early season form Wichita would be fav here, he has had excuses since and could be over-priced – 1 point win @ 7/2″ WON 11/4

(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

Friday 4th September

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

“Later on, Tempus won well last time out despite interference and can go in again off of a revised mark – 1 point win @ 2/1″  WON 13/8

Monday 31st August

“At Ripon, the well-bred Spirit Dancer makes plenty of appeal at 9/4 as I expected him to be fav based on the form of his second last time out – 1 point win” WON 3/1

Saturday 29th August

As mentioned on Friday, Le Don De Vie is closely matched with the favourite, Desert Encounter and having been a bit unlucky last time out, has an excellent chance to resume winning ways 1 point win @ 11/4″  WON 3/1

Saturday 22nd August

“Acklam Express ran a remarkable race at Goodwood, quickening clear to win a Nursery by 4 ½ lengths, despite looking like he didn’t act on the track! I expected him to be favourite here, so he has to be backed – 1 point win @ 11/2″  WON 100/30

Friday 21st August

“Wolves hosts an afternoon/evening card and there’s a couple there that I suggest backing Annie Rose won a similar race over track and trip last week and it’s difficult to see those that re-oppose turning the tables. She has a 6lb penalty but is due to go up 8lbs – 1 point win (best morning price [7/4])”  WON 4/5

Wednesday 18th August

“I’ve got the Gimcrack (Friday) on my radar for Rhythm Master, so I have to assume that Cairn Island has good enough form in the book to have sound each-way claims in the Nursery . Kevin Ryan’s colt found the former too hot at Haydock (third won since) before getting off the mark in style at Ayr and an opening mark of 80 is potentially lenient -1 point win @ 11/2″  WON 9/2

Saturday 15th August

“At Newmarket, after watching today’s racing I’m wondering whether the 4lb rise for Broughton’s Gold winning last time out is a bit lenient as the runner-up, Doc Sportello won on Friday and the (well-beaten fourth) was a good second at Chester. In view of that I’m prepared to side with Tom Clover’s gelding0.5 point win @ 3/1 3/1″  WON 5/2

Saturday 8th August

Thank You Next, who I like in the Nursery as 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

“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. Kasbaan was an eye-catcher in the International Handicap at the track last month behind easy winner Blue Mist. His best RPRs have been at a mile or ten furlongs, but he’s been campaigned (admirably) over 7f. Officially, a victory here would require a career best (off 95), but he won “comfortably” off of a perch of 89 and the runner-up won next time out.  He should be competitive back over a mile, but Via Serendipity meets him on better terms than when beating him at Kempton and can’t be ignored – 0.25 point each-way @ 12/1WON 7/2

Tuesday 28th July

“An absolutely cracking renewal of the Sussex Stakes, probably as good as I can remember and while Siskin is the right fav, Mohaather really impressed when winning the Summer Mile at Ascot 1 point win”  WON 3/1

“Highlight of the Galway card is Galway Plate and I’m convinced that it will got to one of the Joseph O’Brien runners: Early Doors or Us And Them and I suggest playing both of them with six places on offer 0.5 point each-way @ 8/1″  WON 7/1

Saturday 25th July

“John Gosden does particularly well with Kingman progeny, and I was taken by the manner that Tsar won at Yarmouth and with that turn of foot I expect him to have plenty of improvement left in him. I was surprised he only went up 6lbs for that and think he is one of the best bets of the day – 2 points win”  WON 9/4

“I tried to find something to oppose Turntable and failed; and the lightly-raced son of Pivotal, looks capable of further improvement and  capable of defying a rise of 6lbs – 1 point win”  WON 6/1

“William Haggas is in flying form and hopefully he will leave the Knavesmire with a winner in Award Scheme. She beat a previous winner off level weights at Salisbury when stepping up beyond a mile for the first time, she has gone up 8lbs for that, but the fourth (over six lengths behind) won next time out 1 point win @ 5/2″  WON 11/8

Saturday 18th July

“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 2/1

Friday 17th July

“Chepstow Songkran won what looked a decent race for the grade a week ago and it’s not surprising that he is turned out quickly with a 5lb penalty as he’s due to go up 7lbs. He opened up at 100/30, but that didn’t last long and the market is now corrected with 9/4″ – WON 15/8

“Haydock – D’bai 1 point win (100/30 Hills) the runners for this conditions event are closely matched but D’bai stands out to me as having the proven form at the level. Similar to Ispolini, he’s consistently placed at Group level, has won a Group 2, and drops, unpenalized, into a class 3 event here”  WON 3/1

Sunday 12th July:
Royal Crusade was an eye-catcher in the Commonwealth Cup when dropping back to a sprint trip and he steps down significantly in class for the Qatar Prix de Ris-Orangis (Group 3) at Deauville (4:00). I expected him to be much shorter than 5/2:
Deauville 4:00 – Royal Crusade1 point win @ 5/2 – WON 21/10

Saturday 6th June
In the penultimate race on the card, I’m keen on the chances of another improver, Smokey Bear (5:20). Roger Charlton’s colt was progressive as a juvenile and the form of his Newbury maiden win looks solid. He is stepping up significantly in grade here but, having been raised only a 1lb for a subsequent novice stakes win, he starts the season on what looks to be a competitive mark. This is a tough race but 9/2 is a fair price as I expect him to be popular in the morning markets:
Smokey Bear (Newmarket 5:20) – 1 point win @ 9/2 (generally) – WON 4/1

Friday 20th March

The best betting heat on the Dundalk card is the sprint handicap where Major Power is all the rage in search of a four-timer. He may be vulnerable dropping back in trip where he will struggle to confirm places with Eacharn and Fit For Funcion on worse terms. Fit For Function left that form behind with a solid effort last time out over an inadequate trip and looks the value to improve on that run: 0.5 point each-way @ 11/2″  WON 11/4

“I’ve even been looking at the Jebel Ali card, I’m interested to see Miqyaas in the Derrinstown Stud Handicap who won impressively on only his second start but takes a significant step up in trip on a stiffer track and his pedigree doesn’t scream out that he needs a longer trip. So he is best-watched and stable companion [Shanty Star] could out-run his price (16/1) and hit the frame (2nd 25/1). In the last (1:30), Davy Lad is eye-catching dropping down in trip from the same yard after running well over 7f in Meydan. Another stable-companion, Shanaghai City drops back to the minimum trip for the first time since a solid effort over CD four starts back and could out-run his odds (14/1 with four places). WON 8/1

Friday 13th March

Al Boum Photo would be the first since Best Mate to retain the crown and has certainly been campaigned in a similar way to the triple Gold Cup winner with just the one run in a race well below his grade, the Grade 3 Savills Chase at Tramore. He was magnificent in winning racing’s greatest prize at the age of seven and has potential to improve as he may not have peaked yet. The win was even more impressive given that he made a serious error at the penultimate fence; 1 point win” WON 100/30

“Chosen Mate has to be the pick here after an impressive win last time out, form which has been franked and with the yard flying – 1 point win @ 6/1″  WON 7/2

Wednesday 11th March

As a result of Asterion Forlonge running badly in the Supreme there has been a big over-reaction in the market regarding Easywork who I’d put-up ante-post for the three-miler. His form is good enough for him to have an place claims in this and is worth a punt at the prices: 0.5 point each-way in “w/o Envoi Allen” market @ 11/1 Bet365; not fully priced-up at 9pm Tuesday; generally 25/1 in full market” 2nd (to fav) @ 12/1

Tuesday 10th March

Sometimes we can be guilty of ignoring the obvious when it comes to punting and if Epatante repeats her performance in the Christmas Hurdle she should win, although Henderson doesn’t seem to be able to split his contingent. I’m prepared to forgive her run at the festival last year; 2 points win @ 3/1″  WON 2/1

Saturday 7th March

“One runner on the card who will love conditions is Donna’s Delight who acts far better at the course than on tracks with a stiff finish. A price of 15/8 is borderline so I hope there are no non-runners: – 1 point win @ 15/8″ (WON 11/10)

Friday 6th March

Pres was a moderate hurdler but chasing seems to have been the making of him as he’s clearly progressive over fences. He was a good second at Newbury last week where he met a good winner and that looked a better race than this one. He’s proven in testing conditions and warrants a bet – 1 point win @ 9/4″ WON 6/5

“Chelmsford hosts an afternoon card and in the last I like the chance of Papa Stour who won well over CD two starts back before running admirably at Newcastle under his new mark when stepped-up in grade and down in trip and he should go well here – 1 point win @ 9/4″  WON 6/4

Wednesday 4th March

“I’ve been waiting patiently for the first bet of the month and I’ve got two for Lingfield on Wednesday: Renardeau can get us off to a good start at a short price on a track where he excels. He’s been unlucky to bump into a good one on his last two starts: – 1 point win @ 11/8″  WON 11/8

Al Daiha is harshly getting labelled a bridesmaid horse but she’s been unlucky to bump into two subsequent winners the last twice. I have a slight concern about the drop in trip, although that could help her settle from a wide draw, so I will split stakes and go each-way: – 0.5 point each-way @ 7/1″  2nd 7/1

Saturday 29th February

“Nicholls also has the favourite for Kelso’s novice hurdle which is due to be shown live on ITV but Clondaw Caitlin boasts the best form and is worth taking on the favourite with – 1 point win @ 2/1″  WON 2/1

Saturday 22nd February

“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, so I couldn’t have the Fry horse). I’m taking the angle that better ground will see significant improvement in two of last year’s better novices who may be over-priced as they’ve failed to shine this season in testing conditions – Kildisart who ran well in the classy JLT and Mister Malarky who ran well in the RSA:
Kildisart – 1 point each-way @ 11/1 (4 places) – 5th (Some bookmakers paid top 5)
Mister Malarky – 0.5 point each-way @ 16/1″ WON 9/1

Wednesday 19th February

“Fairly short price but I did expect Southfield Harvest to be odds-on so 6/4 could be a bit of value against the fav Muckamore. The Kayf Tara gelding ran an encouraging debut over hurdles behind the useful Hurricane Harvey with St Barts back in third who won well at Ascot at the weekend. Last season he beat Stolen Silver in a bumper and that form is solid – 1 point win @ 6/4″  WON 11/8

Sunday 16th February

Sunday’s remaining fixtures must also be in jeopardy with no let up in the appalling weather conditions. Kempton hosts a reasonable AW card and hopefully conditions would have eased by the time the meeting starts. With due respect for the two that head the market for the 32Red Casino Handicap, Sky Defender looks the value in the race having put up a good effort against El Ghazwani last time out wh0 won well enough after a hike on Saturday, so an extra 5lbs may not be enough to halt the progression of the Farhh colt:

Sky Defender (Kempton 3:25) – 1 point win @ 9/2 (Hills & Victor) WON 4/1

Monday 10th February

“Clap Your Hands has risen 18lbs in the rating after completing a hat-trick of wins the last of which was punished with 11lbs, the gelding won so easily the last twice that is well-capable of defying that but Poppy Bridgewater claimed a further 5lbs that day so he’s effectively over a stone higher. I wouldn’t take him on but 5/4 is too short, it wouldn’t take much of a price increase to tempt me.”  WON 2/1

“Although, Beau Geste isn’t much bigger in the market, I think he has an outstanding chance here and I am tempted in by the short price. The gelding has really taken to the AW and a good third last time out has been franked by the first and third since – 1 point win @ 13/8″  WON 11/8

Saturday 8th February

“…worth noting is Paul Nicholl’s record in the race and he has two that could bounce back at massive prices: Pic D’Orhy (25/1) and Tamarac Du Mathan (40/1) – 50/1 with Bet365 only four places. 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”  WON 33/1 & 5th 50/1

“At Warwick, the mares in the listed hurdle looks closely matched on ratings but Indefatigable has posted some of her best RPRs on better ground and, without Lady Buttons to beat this time, looks to have sound claims”  WON 7/2

Saturday 1st February

“just the selections today: Reflektor (3rd 10/1), Big Shark (5th 7/1), Le Rocher (3rd 8/1),  0.5 points each-way @ 11/1, Benny Secret (WON 5/1), Greaneteen (WON 6/4) – 2 points win @ 15/8″

Sunday 12th January

Carefully Selected at Punchestown is definitely the standout pick of the day as I expect him to be a Cheltenham-type, he should win here and arguably 11/10 could be decent as he should be odds-on”  WON 4/7

“At Kelso, Aloomomo is interesting in here off of 110 after a pipe-opener at Doncaster last month. He’s mixed it with some top company in the past and was on 140 when going off fav for the Close Brothers nearly four years ago so he has to be of interest here, when I checked early tissues he was around the 7/1 mark but you’d be lucky to get 9/4 now…”  WON 7/2

Saturday 11th January (2 bets)

“I will nap Katpoli now he’s back on a left-handed track after flopping at Taunton where he was let-down by jumping markedly left, on some of his earlier form; this lightly-raced son of Poliglote has sound claims, particularly his fifth at Chepstow in a race that has produced multiple winners: – 1 point win @ 7/2″  WON 9/4

“The Classic Handicap Chase where I’m going to be boring and say that the winner will most likely come from between the front three in the market: The Conditional [3rd], Kimberlite Candy [WON] and Le Breuil [5th]… one that might be worth taking a chance with is Captain Chaos at a price. There is a case for forgiving his run in the Welsh National as he doesn’t appear to act at Chepstow but the time before that his second in the Rehearsal Chase has been franked with the third, Top Ville Ben, hacking up in the Rowland Merrick. He is 1lb lower than when sixth in the Kim Muir that has worked out well and is worth an interest: – 0.5 points each-way @ 16/1″  2nd 10/1

Monday 6th  January

Dorking Cock is interesting dropping back in trip after two attempts at middle-distance chases, his best hurdles form was over the minimum trip and he resumes his chasing career on a mark 8lbs lower than his hurdles rating and he looks a bit of value against the fav – 1 point win @ 11/4″  WON 11/8

“Another one the traders got wrong on their first show is Bee Able at Wolverhampton’s twilight meeting, as Hill’s originally went 9/2 co favs. Ralph Beckett’s filly caught the eye when a slightly unlucky fourth in a Kempton nursery last time out over an inadequate mile, runner-up has won since, she will appreciate the step up in trip as she’s middle-distance bred. The ten furlong trip on this tight track may still be on the sharp side but she is worth a bet  – 1 point win @ 11/4″  WON 3/1  

January 1st

“Although the form of Skandiburg’s eye-catching win hasn’t worked out so far, he looks totally un-exposed and connections have deliberately been patient waiting for the right opportunity – 1 point win @ 9/2″  WON 3/1

Angel Lane won well two starts back and ran creditably at a higher grade last time out; she would have been a two-pointer but I am concerned about a lack of pace with no obvious front-runner and it might be run at a false pace – 1 pt win @ 15/8″ WON 15/8

Saturday 28th December

“later on the card, Copperhead (2:25) a good winner for us at Wincanton, should be able to defy a 9lb rise and see off some progressve challengers, notably Cobolobo”
1 Pont Win at 7/2WON 3/1 

Boxing Day, 26th December#

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 despite a question mark over whether or not he would appreciate more rain”

Commanche Red  – 0.5 points each-way @ 10/1 (4 places)  WON 4/1 

Thursday 4th December

Another one that should make a better chaser is Copperhead (Wincanton 1:30), he can leave the form of his seasonal debut behind as he was progressive as a hurdler and looks open to plenty of improvement”

1 point win @ 5/1 – WON 6/1

Saturday 30th November
Magic Saint holds strong claims (3.40 Newbury) having not stayed at Cheltenham, he’ll be suited by dropping back to 2 miles on this easier track.” – WON 3/1

Friday 22nd November

“…in the nursery Castlehill Retreat is stepping up in trip but I expected him to be disputing favouritism with Island Storm, who’s being asked to do no more than he’s already done, I’m forgiving an effort on soft ground last time out, and I’m surprised he’s available at 15/2 – 1/2 point each-way @ 15/2 [6/1 after rule 4]”  WON 9/4

Thursday 21st November

“I’m hoping all eight go to post for the second at Newcastle (1:55) as, although the market looks right with the front two – Deja and Paths Of Glory – at around 3/1 ON the pair, (nearly) every horse has it’s price and Sir Chauvelin looks too big at 25/1 if there are three places up for grabs having slipped to a tempting mark. It should be a run at a fast pace which will suit him as he stays further. I suggest a play in 3TBP markets”  3rd 50/1 [16.0 Betfair place market] 

Wednesday 13th November

“There may only be six declared for the handicap hurdle but it’s a competitive race and although he’s a worthy fav, I’m surprised The Wolf is as low as evens. I’m going to take a bit of a chance that Chti Balko can return to form having dropped to a dangerous mark of 132 on some of his earlier form. He should come on for his run in the Welsh Champion hurdle and should go well – 1 point win @ 4/1″  WON 11/4

Sunday 10th November

Champagne Court looks to have a great chance in the novices handicap chase (1:15) after a good effort in a competitive handicap hurdle at Chepstow. The surprise package could be Chambard (2nd 8/1) who may have been easily too over-looked, his second to Monsieur Le Coq last year (giving him weight) entitles him to be competitive off of todays mark if he can defy a long absence  – 1 point win @ 5/2”  WON 13/8

“At Ffos Las, Champers On Ice could be thrown in off of 132 if returning to the form of his Albert Bartlett third to Uknowwhatimeanharry and is worth taking a chance – 0.5 point win@ 4/1″  WON 6/4

Saturday 9th November

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 – 1/2 point each-way @ 16/1″  WON 8/1

Thursday 7th November

“Sedgefield is the venue for the second advised bet as I like the look of the progressive Mah Mate Bob. His handicap win at the track was franked and he should come on a bundle for his comeback run – 1 point win @ 3/1″  WON 3/1

Monday 4th November

“The lightly-raced Flemensfirth gelding Cuban Pete was always likely to come into his own as a chaser and it may be worth taking a chance with him on his debut over the larger obstacles off of a mark of 109. A winner at the course over hurdles last time out he has proved he acts on the sharp track and goes to post with confidence despite a 10lb rise – 1/2 point win @ 5/1″  WON 6/1

Sunday 3rd November

“Bafana Blue – 1 point win @ 5/1” WON 9/2

May the odds be ever in your favour

A full spreadsheet with every advised bet is available on request (see “contact us”)


Year-to-date profit/loss:




Full year (to-date)

Advised stakes  +29.9 points;

BSP:  +17.2 points


March incl Cheltenham

Advised stakes  +22.9 points;

BSP:  +17.0 points



Advised stakes  +12.38 points;

BSP:  +7.99 points



Advised stakes  -5.40 points;

BSP:  -7.99

2019 Monthly breakdown:



Advised stakes  +19.4 points;




Advised stakes  +6.25 points;




Advised stakes  -7.77 points;




Advised stakes  -13.2 points;




Advised stakes  -10.3 points;




Advised stakes  +17.1 points;




Advised stakes  +9.25 points;




Advised stakes  +11.7 points;




Advised stakes  -35.5 points;




Advised stakes  -15.1 points;




Advised stakes  +4.28 points;




Advised stakes  -3.78 points;