12th June 2006.
Endiamo (Miracle System) came 4th, JTaranaki (best lay of the day)
I have been staring at this email for over 10 minutes trying to decide
what to write about this morning!
I know there should be a lot to talk about and there probably is but
this morning I can not get it out.
I will say I am glad to "Nags to Riches" has picked back up and I do
not see any reason to change the system at the moment. There are always
going to be losers and as long as there are enough winners to make it
up it should make money.
So today I will make an effort to get that finished today so that my
chosen testers can start confirming the selections for the rest of the
Anyway sorry this is short today I will try to make it up to you
If you have something you wish me to discuss with other readers why not
drop me a line, remember this email is for you!
Is Racing Changing?
Yesterday I ask this question about the number of runners in a race
here is and interesting reply I got from regular reader.
As horse racing is now going further afield to places like South Africa
and Dubai the Owners of horses that normally run in these countries now
have the opportunity to run then here. The owners of horse in this
country go to places like Dubai after all.
Also if you notice the prize money for racing is now beginning to make
an improvement. I remember some years ago the Mactoums ( hope the
spellings right) were set to leave Newmarket because the prize money
for races was just not worth the bother, as an example would you go
through all the effort of applying for a licence from the course,
hiring a jockey to ride then getting a vet to look after the horse ect
ect just for £3,000 in prize money??
Just to stable a horse is hundreds of pounds per week. So,as you can
imagine racing went through a bit of a rough time.
Luckily the prize moeny has began to rise so more owners now see it as
a viable way of increasing revenue. Add to the fact big business is
getting involved with perks for the MD to smooze clients with Corporate
dinners ect and you can see it is going mainstream.
There has also been a rise lately of syndicates that each member pays
for a share of the horse, Equine Investments come to mind on this one.
Now with the advent of Betfair among others Horse racing has become big
business with vast amounts of money available. Notice i said Business
as this is now what it is, no longer is it seen as the domain of
"back-street bookie" and thier "sleazy" clients.
As for Good or Bad??. Obviously very good (and lucrative) for the owner
of the winner and good for business (betfair ect).
But one interesting point if i may, with more horses running in a race
does that not make it more difficult for any Win systems or tipsters
to judge the race??, this would the the Bad.
Therefore i would have thought it makes it much easier for the layer to
profit from bigger fields.
"Hmmm" Needs more thought.
Anyone else have an opinion about this?
New (test) Lay System...
Just something I am looking at.
Catbang came 8th on Friday
W = 30
L = 2
15.30 Newton Abbot, Pseudonym
Question of the day.
Q. Who would you say had the ratings with the best strike rate.......
would it be Adrian Massey, The Racing Post or a particular
A. I had this reply from Anthony
In reply to today's question, I never look at the strike rate in
isolation, but always in conjunction with the average SP.
Tipsters like Dead Cert (as the name implies) or Alan Keyte have
traditionally high strike rates but usually odds-on chances.
When I am evaluating a tipster, I follow his tips on a level-stake
weekly basis, noting the total at the end of the week.
I thus calculate the strike rate in terms of winning weeks against
For the record, my preferred newspaper tipster is Formcast of the Daily
Mail, who maintains a strike rate of around 60% (in terms of winning
weeks) thanks to one or two good-priced winners each week.
If you would like me to answer a question here then please email me.
Have good day's racing.
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