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Horse Racing Systems

July 21, 2017

Value Favs

Week 6: Selections: 19; Wins: 6; Points: -0.86; at £10 per point: -£8.60

Overall: Selections: 96 Wins: 30; Points: 13.26; at £10 per point: -£132.60

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Nick Townsend

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July 16, 2017

The Architect

Week 8: 34 selections, 7 winner for a loss of 6.8 points

Overall: 245 selections, 66 winner for a profit of 8.77 points

Selections (using odds I actually got rather than as advised):

Golden Nectar
Dawn Of Hope
Bamber Bridge
Hernandoshideaway
Solar Impulse
Saved By The Bell
Hearty (5/2)
Omeros (7/1)
Lady In Question
Unit Of Assessment
The Stalking Moon (Won at 5.5)
Mister Music
Raheen House (Won at 5)
Wolf Country
Rajasinghe
Invincible Army
Ultimate Avenue (Placed at 34)
Afandem
Soie Dleau
Tricorn
Shady Mccoy
Fox Trotter
Nyaleti
Mistress Of Venice
Speedo Boy
Wuheida (Placed at 6.5)
One Word More
Robot Boy
Danzeno (Won at 10)
Rare Rhythm (Won at 6)
Victory Bond
Dragon Mall
Bossy Guest
Nebo (Placed at 11)

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Arthur

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July 16, 2017

JT Racing

Week 12: 18 selections, 7 winner for a profit of 23.85 points

Overall: 186 selections, 65 winner for a profit of 66.98 points

Selections (using odds I actually got rather than as advised):

My Girl Maisie
Sir Titan (Won at 5)
Marie Josephe
Wild Flower (Won at 3.25)
Ard Na Carraig
Luxford (Won at 4.5)
Cool Team (Won at 2.2)
Dodgybingo
St Malo
Rajasinghe
Frontiersman
Polymath
Clemmie (Won at 3)
Mainstream
Roly Poly (Won at 3.5)
Barsanti
Carravaggio
Bin Battuta (Won at 4.5)

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Arthur

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July 15, 2017

The Snout

Week 8: 24 selections, 8 winner for a profit of 17.7 points

Overall: 168 selections, 50 winner for a profit of 12.91 points

Selections (using odds I actually got rather than as advised):

Le Chat D’Or (Won at 10)
Forever Yours
Arctic Angel
Cool Bahamian
Professor
Bush House (Won at 8)
Denaar
Brian The Snail
Olivia Fallow
Soie D’Leau (Placed at 17)
D’Bai (Placed at 10)
Diable D’Or
Parfait (Won at 3.5)
Suzi’S Connoisseur
Nyaleti
Novoman (Won at 12)
Moonraker
Silent Echo
Merry Banter
Arcanada (Placed at 12)
Robot Boy
Dark Red
Harry Angel (Won at 7)
Lord Franklin

Please note that I have corrected some minor error in the spreadsheet that had crept in. Excel and I are having a battle at the moment as it is crashing every few minutes and corrupting my data. Grrr.

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Arthur

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July 15, 2017

DG Tips

Week 8: 23 selections, 5 winner for a loss of 2.56 points

Overall: 196 selections, 56 winner for a loss of 33.72 points

Selections (using odds I actually got rather than as advised):

Romanor
Golden Nectar
Mister Music
Rock n roll (Placed at 8.5)
Raheen House (Won at 4.5)
Invincible Army
Bacchus (Placed at 21)
Frontiersman
Nyaleti
Out of the flames
Shabeeb (Placed at 11)
Stellarta
Lightning Charlie (Won at 17)
Weekend Offender
General Macarthur
Edward Lewis
Rose Berry
Dark Red
Eddystone Rock
Tasleet
Madrinho

 

Please note that I have corrected some minor error in the spreadsheet that had crept in. Excel and I are having a battle at the moment as it is crashing every few minutes and corrupting my data. Grrr.

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Arthur

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July 15, 2017

Value Favs

Week 5: Selections: 17; Wins: 4; Points: -8.16; at £10 per point: -£81.60

Overall: Selections: 77; Wins: 24; Points: -12.40; at £10 per point: -£124.00

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Nick Townsend

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July 13, 2017

2 Minute Trader Plus

This is the first report on the 2 Minute Trader Plus which, as its name implies, is a system for trading on horse racing that employs software to select horses to be backed in the evening, generally either favourites or those near the head of the market, that have an excellent chance the following day of dropping in price and thus be layed to lock in a profit regardless of the outcome of a race.

The system will set you back a rather chunky £79.96 per month and for this you will receive a comprehensive instruction manual, 4 short videos together with a calculator to find the size of the lay bet and numerous screen shots of worked trades to guide you through the whole procedure. Up to 6 trades for the following days racing are sent out via e-mail between 6-9pm together with the target price/next best price that should be backed with the specified bookmakers offering “bog” prices. The following morning between 10am and 11am you will receive an overview email advising on the prices to target for the Lay side of the trade.

So you will need to open accounts with the leading bookmakers that offer “bog” prices and a Betfair account to handle the lay side of the trades. Although the system is called 2 minute trader it will in practice require a few minutes more work but with practice no more than say 5 minutes in the evening and 5 minutes or so for afternoon racing and potentially another 5 minutes for evening races. However you do not need to chain yourself to a computer screen all afternoon/evening and this will be a major advantage for many.

The claimed accuracy of the system in their marketing is 70% with a further circa 10% breaking even and 20% going on to lose. The losses however, if handled correctly (i.e following the manual’s instructions), should limit those losses to typically 10% of the initial stake. In practice then, assuming say £50 back stakes, this will produce on average circa £7-15 profit a trade after Betfair commissions and you receive on average 100 trades a month then you should be looking at:-

70 x typically £10 per trade profit = £700
10 break even trades  =£0
20 losses x £5 (10% of typically £50 stake)= £100

Total gain £600 minus monthly fee = Profit £520 per month

The results published in the members area for the 545 selections from 2 February to 12 July actually support the above calculations and indeed are slightly better with some 82% of the trades being wins and 16.5% losers. Using £50 back stakes a profit of £3,740 was made.

It would be realistic to start out with a £500 betting bank to cover the placement of the back/lay bets.

Obviously the major worry for potential users of 2 Minute Trader Plus is the bookies closing down your accounts.

However you will be backing selections that are either favourites or those near the head of the market and this is what bookies expect from typical “mug punters”. The authors of the system have also put a fair amount of time into providing specific detailed actions on how to further minimise account closure happening. Of course over the longer term and dependent on how many people take up this system they cannot guarantee that this will never occur.

I shall publish next week the results of my first 2 weeks experiences using the system.

You can try 2 Minute Trader Plus here:

http://www.cash-master.com/2-Minute-Trader.php

Filed under Horse Racing Systems,Trading by Doug Wheatland

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July 13, 2017

Racing Dossier

Racing Dossier is a web based horse racing ratings software from the guys over at Race Advisor. Of course, like any ratings, they’re only any good if they can be used to help you identify winning selections and so here’s a short video showing a very quick, four step strategy that does just that. It finds 3-4 bets a week with plenty of winners and has produced a 37% return on investment:

Profit: 65.32
Wins: 28
Bets: 177
Strike Rate: 16%
ROI: 37%

You can try Racing Dossier for £2.36 here:

http://www.cash-master.com/RacingDossier.php

Filed under Horse Racing Systems by CashMaster

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The Betfair Cash Out Trading Method is a system for horse racing and as the title implies is a trading system that can be employed on all three codes of racing. Betfair Cash Out comes from the prolific system designer Malcolm Pett (The Grey Horse Bot). The system will require a Betfair account and can be considered a first step for future Betfair traders or a relatively simple method to follow in its own right.

Currently the price for the method is £97 and for this money you get the manual in PDF format and a series of “how to” supporting videos. Malcolm’s potential tips for races to trade in every day are also provided for one year from date of purchase. There is no refund because once you have read the manual you essentially have the system.

Without revealing how the system works – it does as the name implies employ the Betfair “Cash Out” button – so the user has to be sat in front of a computer for all of the qualifying races that one has decided to trade on. The aim of the system is to trade on price movements then use the Betfair Cash Out Button to bank a profit before a race starts. Therefore if you are not able to set aside time in the afternoon, or indeed if desired the evenings in the summer, then Betfair Cash Out will not be suitable. The main aim of this trading system is to hit the Cash Out button to achieve a suggested 2.5% profit per selected race.

This review is a “one off” because although there are a general set of rules to apply it does not necessarily follow all users will employ all of the more detailed additions to the rules or indeed be able to set aside the time each day required for trading and thus all trade the same races.

The manual is very easy to follow, the rules are also easily understood and put into practice. I went through 10 videos as well as reading through the manual twice before attempting to jump onto Betfair and start trading. Malcolm’s videos are quite entertaining as well as useful with many examples of the method being put into action. Having stated the rules and indeed restating the rules to follow he then proceeds in several of the videos to break some of the rules to go on to make profitable trades.

It is a fact with this system that the more time you spend going through the videos and re reading the rules to ensure they are firmly fixed in your mind the more successful you will become. The number one priority is to put in a “stop loss”- as a protection of your stake in the event of trade going against you. This action will limit the potential loss to much less than your initial stake and must followed at the start of every trade.

Over the 8 day period 2nd July – 9th July I was conservative in my use of the rules, only trading in the afternoons and found on average 3 races a day I felt would be suitable for profitable trades. I was able to trade using my criteria on all three codes during the period.

As this particular method was new for me I used the minimum Betfair £2 stake per selected race aiming to make circa 5p – 10p profit(2.5%-5%) per race. From 26 races I was able to trade out for a profit on 24 of them and on the 2 losers my “stop loss” ensured my maximum loss per losing race was 20p (a loss of 10% of stake).

This is not a “get rich quick” system but given time and experience in using the system it will be possible to increase the stake by allowing the trading bank to grow and thus increase the size of the stake and hence the profits.

I have no hesitation in giving Betfair Cash Out a pass.

You can get Betfair Cash Out Trading here:

http://www.cash-master.com/Betfair-Cash-Out-Trading.php

Filed under Horse Racing Systems,Trading by Doug Wheatland

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July 9, 2017

The Snout

Week 7: 19 selections, 4 winner for a loss of 2.32 points

Overall: 144 selections, 42 winner for a profit of 5.21 points

Selections (using odds I actually got rather than as advised):

The Feathered Nest
Fantasy Justifier
Bois D’Ebene
Clear Spring
Hirjan
Etienne Gerard
Merry Banter
The Gay Cavalier
Via Serendipity
Je Suis Charlie
Lady Joanna Vassa
Manson (Placed at 17)
Pactolus
Tisbutadream (Won at 8)
Toulson
Related (Won at 10)
Cape Icon
Stardrifter
Royal Duchess (Placed at 15)

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Arthur

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