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The Weekend Bulletin (Sat 22nd July’17)
Last time around we highlighted an interesting article in the brand new Insiders Members Report (Issue 147) in which author Gary Boswell disclosed a number of “micro systems” that he successfully uses with our Big Race Guru Nick Hardman’s tips and s*ds law dictated that the one we selected to feature had a rare blank day on Saturday. Of course one of the others regarding Chester racecourse landed a cracking big priced winner from the only selection at the track!
Here is a reminder of what prompted Nick to recommend the gg in question:-
Storm King won over C&D in May and his subsequent form figures of 998 don’t tell the whole story. Two of those defeats were at Epsom where it is easier to come back to the field when out in front compared to this tight track. I think he is overpriced as he is only a couple of pounds higher than when winning here in May.
Storm King @22/1 e/w (1/5 odds, 3 places, BFSB) – WON 12/1
And the Racing Post noted after the race “STORM KING, whose last win came over C&D off 2lb lower, was never too far away and kept on gamely once asked to quicken off the final bend. It was a fine performance under top weight.”
You can find out more about Nick’s Big Race winning methods here.
Each month the Insiders Members Report is packed with new angles and strategies that arm the reader with the tools to improve their P&L and often the articles come about by the author “thinking outside of the box”.
In the current edition (Issue 147) Josh Wright (www.racingtoprofit.co.uk) introduces his piece by explaining that he had never previously considered “Jockeys specialising over a certain course and distance but he had been inspired by Jamie Spencer’s exploits over the straight 8f at Ascot.
At the recent Royal Ascot meeting Spencer managed to manoeuvre the Sandringham Handicap winner Con Te Partiro (Won 20/1) from last place at halfway to lead 50 yards from the finish. The following day in the Brittania Stakes he repeated the trick on Bless Him (Won 25/1).
Having been stimulated by those remarkable results Josh fired up his research database and discovered no less than 17…that’s right 17 profitable Jockey C&D traits. Since publication the Insiders Club members have been able to follow the progress of the qualifiers on a dedicated community/forum thread and to date these are the results…
Won 10/1, Won 3/1, Unplaced 7/2, 2nd 9/2 (adv EW 9/1) and 2nd 10/1 (adv EW 12/1).
Early days but 2 winners and another 2 placers from 5 qualifiers is quite a start!
The research covered a period of 2012 to date and suggested a winning Strike Rate of better than 1 in 3 and over 640pts at Betfair SP from 443 bets.
One of the Micro Methods involves Jockey Richard Kingscote and he is down to ride La Celebs Ville in the 18.30pm at Haydock on Saturday night. Josh’s findings with this particular Jock was that when his mounts at this track attract support in the live market (10 mins to the off) they invariably run well. With that in mind it will be interesting to see what price the horse is when the books price up overnight and what happens trackside just prior to the off.
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Now over to Nick to see what has caught his eye from Saturdays Big Races.
Nick Hardman’s Big Race Selections – Sat 22nd July’17
Market Rasen 2.10pm
The trends point to the younger horses with a top 4 finish LTO. That leaves six possibilities but that is narrowed down to five when you consider no horse has lugged more than 11-10 to win this. 14 of the last 18 winners came from the front 5 in the betting. Those to the fore in the market do not qualify so I’ll take a punt on the progressive pair Mystic Sky and Star Foot an each way price.
Star Foot @10/1 e/w (1/5 odds, 3 places)
Mystic Sky @14/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places, Sky)
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Darren & Steve
The Racing Consultants have two selections today, both at decent prices and I’ve got the first one for you in this mail.
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This is what Rory says about Harbour Patrol.
We’ve been unlucky with Harbour Patrol, who went into the notebook when running well at Musselburgh against a draw/pace bias before blowing the start at Yarmouth (also raced alone), and he showed he was close to a win with an excellent second at Ayr last time. Conditions are ideal here, and he has the speed to make the most of a favourable high draw.
Main danger Magic Journey is stuck on the far side, which could scupper his chance unless the field converges, while Everkyllachy has been well punted but needed the heavy morning rain to miss the track.
3.25 Chepstow – Win Bet – Harbour Patrol – 11/2 Bet 365
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