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Members Newsletter w/c 18th October

 

Hello and welcome to the latest Betting School Insiders Club news update.

The i’s have been dotted and the t’s crossed and we are extremely pleased to announce that we have secured the services of what we believe will prove to be the best handicapper and horse racing tipster in the land.

For many months we have been keeping an eye on the daily ratings and suggested selections that Ron Robinson has been blogging and to say we were impressed is an understatement of the highest order.

Day after day Ron’s unique ratings threw up big priced winning tips that the likes of the Racing Post and Timeform had dismissed as having no chance. Not only that but the top 3 or 4 rated were regularly landing huge forecasts and tricasts, the kind of bets that most bookmakers love us to place as they are rarely landed.

We asked Ron to pen a few words about himself by way of an introduction and this is what he had to say….

I ceased carrying a bag for Royal Mail in 2004 following an injury that saw me medically retired and, having been a mug punter for some 30 years and with a tidy lump sum pay-off, I decided to see if I could work out why it was I could not find winners simply by picking up my Daily Express.

I trialled several things before deciding to try my hand at handicapping but, not in the traditional way. To my mind what a horse did “yesterday” has no bearing at all on what that same horse will do “today” and that I had to learn how trainers think. My system, which is applied in exactly the same way to flat and National Hunt racing, is the most accurate available when it comes to assessing all aged handicaps, as you will see for yourself.

Since 2004 I have established an ever increasing following that include professional horse racing tipsters The Scout, Patrick Weaver of the Daily Express and Rory Delargy of Timeform Radio plus many, many professionals who do this for a living.

Once I had established my methodology, I then had to seek a way of extracting a profit from a race and for me dutching is the Holy Grail. Such is the accuracy of my figures I have also been able to take advantage of what I term exotics. Tricasts, trifectas, exactas and CSF’s have provided me with many four figure payouts and in April of this year I selected the following:

RIPON 2-35

BOND CITY….+25….WON 50/1
MRS PENNY….+20
VAN BOSSED….+14
BEL CANTOR….+11….3RD 10/1
ESPIRIT DE MIDAS….+9….2ND 20/1
INGLEBY ARCH….+8

My sixth best only ever wins at Southwell these days, no wins whatsoever on turf since 2006. I couldn’t punt him here, I’m afraid. The draw bias, for me, is inconclusive in this race. I’m actually favouring high due to the makeup of the race but in truth, the winner could come from anywhere. However, I’ll run with my initial reaction and look high. My top rated has a lot in his favour but, he’s not won a race of any kind since 2008 and that was on heavy ground at Haydock. Prior to that though, he had won over this course and distance, on good ground so, whilst I’d be surprised to see him win, I wouldn’t, too….if you see what I mean. I’ll chuck him into my four horse dutch, just in case.I’ll also include rated horses 2, 4 and 5, the last named because he’s achieved four wins from his eight attempts in handicap company. If I’m right about the draw, 11 is good. He’ll go on the ground and I’ll play 20/80. Very much a race that’s a toss of a coin job, until we know for sure where the best ground is and if low does prove best, I’ll be a few shekels poorer.

This race saw us secure a 50/1 top rated winner, a 5684/1 tricast, 2021/1 Exacta and the 816/1 CSF. You will find this result by no means unusual. It also meant those utilising my figures had their betting bank secured before the season started in earnest and, we had several such results during the summer, too.

Ron will be supplying us on a daily basis his unique ratings and the actual bets he will be playing himself and you will find these in the Latest Tips section of the Members area. As October is an interim month Ron suggests that we keep stakes to a bare minimum and use the next couple of weeks to get a feel for how he approaches the races. Having said that the info that was supplied just a couple of days ago selected not only a brilliant 25/1 winner but also landed a 681/1 tricast from a handful of races.

TODAY (Saturday 16th Oct)

CHELTENHAM 2-40

CLASSIC SWAIN….+22
MOON OVER MIAMI….+8
RORY BOY….+7
PRIVATE BE….+6
YOU’RE THE TOP….+5
STAR OF GERMANY….+/-0

CHELTENHAM 4-25

RUSSIAN WAR….+26  Won 8/1
GREAT MATES….+17
BENEDICT SPIRIT….+13
DANTARI….+3
BENARTIC….-6
FIN VIN DE LEU….-14

KELSO 3-05

MORE EQUITY….-7  2nd 5/1
LINDSEYFIELD LODGE….-13  Won 25/1               Tricast £681.89
STORM PROSPECT….-16  3rd 9/2
POSEIDON….-22
BORDER REIVER….-26
AMALFI COAST….-27

KELSO 4-05

PYRACANTHA….+16
PILLAR OF HERCULES….+12
BORDER TALE….+1
BENMADIGAN….-1
MIDNITE BLEWS….-2
LONG DISTANCE….-10

KELSO 4-40

NATIVE CORAL….+3
CAST IRON CASEY….-2
OR DE GRUGY….-5  Won 11/1
ALWAYS RIGHT….-11
TOP DRESSING….-18
ZITENKA….-26

Latest Forum Threads

 

The Cream Notebook came so close to landing the winner of the Cesarewitch handicap when La Vecchia Scuola was beaten a neck in 2nd place at 33/1 and paid a whopping 15.89 on the betfair place market.

Having said that a new thread started last week by Mark Foley (Straight from the horses mouth) went one better by actually highlighting the 16/1 winner Aaim To Prosper, and this was on the back of a number of other winning selections.

Latest Member Tips Performance

 

The Newmarket selections that David Milnes provides had yet another brilliant week with no less that 5 winners from the 8 given and an excellent +74.58% return on investment. This simply has to be the backbone of our horse racing portfolio.

 

And Finally

 

We hope that you will agree that the experience of being part of the winning team here at Betting-School is getting better each and every month and with the addition of Ron Robinson’s ratings we are all in for a great jumps season and even better still a really profitable one.

 

Until next time

Regards

Darren & Steve

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