A good day yesterday, four of my Rated races producing a profit for me personally. I mentioned in yesterday’s Newsletter that the Rated races are what I utilise. When I have market movers in my top six, I’m happy. When they are in my top three, I’m even happier.
This weekend I’ll be introducing the “FUN PUNTERS” section into the Newsletter but before then I’ll be creating the new pages on The World Of Sport website, that will require membership login to certain articles. You will only need to login once you reach one of those articles and will click through from it, to do so.
Over the last few days a good few of you will have received notification that your membership over their has been set to DONATOR….that’s simply the level required to login. I’m keeping it all very simple over there. The Post Racing website has so many different levels of membership it was becoming a nightmare.
The same goes for Newsletters. Eventually I’ll have just two templates to work with instead of the plethora that requires me to create a different Newsletter for different levels of membership.
The “Scribblings” are working, wouldn’t you say? When we have races with “history”, it’s easier to get a handle on things and allied to Ratings, give us a decent chance of success. In that big race at Redcar yesterday the shortlist of four produced the first two home, which was nice!
Best of luck today!
PERCEIVED DRAW BIAS – NONE
- H – RED OCTOBER….+11
- AMIR KABIR….+8
- * – LUCKY’S DREAM….-17
- * – POLYPHONY….-20
- * – CROESO CYMRAEG….-31
- THE CITY’S PHANTOM….-32
- ANGEL ON HIGH….-36
- H – JAZZ PARTY….-40
- FLYING WEST….-40
STAKE MANAGEMENT APPLIED:
DUTCH – TOP THREE
SCRIBBLINGS: Only three previous running’s of this race. All three so far have gone to 4-y-o’s, all three carrying more than 9st. Two of those winners were also in the front three on the tissue. Obviously trends are extremely thin on the ground but what I do have excludes LUCKY’S DREAM from my own play, a 6-y-o carrying less than 9st.
The front three on the current tissue include 2 x 4-y-o’s AMIR KABIR and THE CITY’S PHANTOM, plus RED OCTOBER, a 5-y-o who is a course and distance winner, wearing first time blinkers on seasonal reappearance. That horse has had just five runs on turf won once, placed twice and has form figures on seasonal debut reading 2, 3, 1.
All three in my top six and that’s my dutch.