Last week it was all about the weather and how it can affect your betting and the importance of employing this into your analysis. As soon as I’d written that article MATR’s advice went from strength to strength as if the gambling gods had agreed with me and blessed me (if you believe in all that mumbo jumbo then you’ll be better off watching reality TV!). Since last Thursday the form, information and contacts I have used have come up trumps and MATR has amassed just over 28 points in profit for my members in one week. That’s good going and as we head out of October and into November things are likely to improve. How can I say that I hear you ask? I’ll proceed…..
One of the difficulties when we switch codes is that a lot of horses haven’t run yet and those that have been schooling have been running on better ground. As colder weather and more rain eats its way into the ground this makes it extremely difficult to predict a horses running ability. It may have been bolting up at home around September but come race day in October the ground has deteriorated and the horse thinks “sod this, it’s too much like hard work.” I may have been told about the exceptional work a horse has been displaying at home but as I said last week, my first question is what’s the ground like at “home”. I check the weather daily around various stables and if they don’t match with where the horse is running in a race it invariably becomes a no bet.
So what’s changed? Horses have now been schooling on ground similar to the whole country as the ground settles into a general good to soft across the country. There maybe exceptions but we can eliminate these and stick to those horses that are likely to improve for a run and are accustomed to the ground.
I’ve now got in place my usual contacts for the jumps and they know how particular I am about the ground (you may have noticed that yourself with the last two articles!) so any information I’m given is for horses that are ready to run on the ground. I’m very excited about sharing this with my members and I’m planning on this being my most successful season yet! So hop on board and join the service that has made a profit every single month for over a year now and intends to continue on with that remarkable feat. Could be the best thing you do this side of Christmas.
I’ll be back next week with more thoughts on the horse racing world.