Newmarket and one of the great late season meetings starts today, the three day Cambridgeshire meeting.
All races should be recorded and studied here particularly the Maidens as many a top Trainer will unleash some of his better unraced two year olds at this meeting. Gosden, Stoute, Noseda and many others all want Newmarket Maidens on their horses cv’s and will be aiming to make that happen this week.
Unusually for this meeting we will be racing on very quick ground with the only rain forecast being on Saturday afternoon for the Cambridgeshire itself so my advice if you are playing in the great race (which we all will be) is to wait for the day itself then you will know the draw and more importantly the ground. The Cambridgeshire is one of the great Cavalry charges of the year and for me if you bet at less than 10/1 in a race like this you need to be looking round for the men in white coats.
You can win big on these races but they pose many problems including draw, ground and pace just for starters. What you need to be doing is looking for ways of making a shortlist. My first port of call is to look for horses who have been successful in this type of event and to look for trainers who have prospered in these kind of races. A trainer will know what’s required and will target a particular horse for races like this because he knows the standard needed. Trainers are very often creatures of habit remember so watch out for those who have enjoyed success in similar events.
Watch my webinar which you can see by clicking the link below where I go into far more detail about the art of winner finding and you will then have plenty more weapons in your battle to beat the evil enemy.
At Stableline Gold we are aiming for our third winner on the bounce today and we have some major gambles lined up for this three day meeting. Join me and have me in your corner for the end of the Flat and right through the jumps season which promises to be our biggest ever. If you’re looking for a Gold Standard service then come to Stableline Gold.
Back next Thursday.