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  1. Thursday's qualifying races and selections all early prices with Paddy Leicester 4.20 Delft Dancer 11/4 Sword of Gold 5/1 Arctic Spirit 5/1 Just the one qualifying race today.
  2. Results for Wednesday 18/07/18 L W 11/4 (SP 5/2) W 11/4 W 3/1(SP 9/4) L W 7/2 Stakes £90 Returns £80 Profit/Loss -£10 Bank c/f £184.62
  3. Qualifying races Wednesday 18/07/18 Uttoxeter 4.20 Ever So Much 100/30 Swingbridge 9/2 Zolfo 5/1 Killarney 5.25 Cache Queen 11/4 Eos 3/1 Power Drive 4/1 Fairyhouse 6.15 Coral Beach 2/1 Fulminate 11/4 Lord Rapscallion 9/2 Fairyhouse 6.45 Admirality 3/1 Zeeyalater 4/1 Pillar 6/1 Wolverhampton 8.35 Silver Character 9/4 Fitzsimmons 4/1 Refrain 11/2 Wolverhampton 9.05 Percy Prosecco 9/4 Lexington Empire 3/1 Javelin 7/1
  4. Results for Tuesday 17/07/18 W 9/2 L W 100/30 Stakes £45 returns £49.00 Profit/Loss + £4 Bank c/f £194.62
  5. Today's qualifying races and selections.......all early prices with Paddy Beverley 2.30 Groundworker 3/1 Arnold 4/1 Etienne Gerard 5/1 Chelmsford 2.50 Althaaqib 3/1 Awalili 3/1 Mutanaasib 3/1 Thirsk 8.40 Cascella 9/4 Forever a Lady 100/30 Arabian Jazz 100/30
  6. Results for Monday 16/07/18 L W 9/4 W 6/4 W 11/8 W 3/1 W 3/1 Nearly a full house and prices were a bit weak but hey ho 5 winning bets from 6 is not to be sniffed at. Stakes £90 Returns £80.62 Profit/Loss - £ 9.38 Bank c/f £190.62 Conclusion : Despite having 5 winners the S.P.'s were so poor that it negated any real profit and in fact resulted in a slight loss. Maybe early prices were the better option. That will be the plan tomorrow.
  7. Despite some of the comments and i do understand where they are coming from I have to agree that a percentage of the bank and level stakes appears to be the best way forward. With this in mind I am going to put my money where my mouth is and start the new week with a bank of £200 with a bet of £5 on each selection at S.P. 2.00 Ayr Kilbarchan Coolagh Magic Nina Petrovna 2.45 Ripon Implicit Mayson Mac Moojim 3.20 Ripon Midnight Malibu Rosina Machree 4.20 Ripon Atkinson Grimshaw Mutadaffeq Sea Youmzain 4.40 Ay
  8. Once again we have someone who feels the need to be disrespectful in their attitude. If you wish to comment please do not make them personal. I have produced a plan for producing regular winners which i have shared with everyone and was asking other punters their opinion on the best staking plan to implement it.
  9. I find your response somewhat rude. I joined the forum expecting it to be a group of friendly fellow punters but this does not seem to be the case. You don't know anything about me to try to insult my intelligence. The system does produce a good percentage of winners all i was asking was seeking and asking was which would be the best staking plan to make it a profitable system. If you wish to respond please keep the tone to something more respectful.
  10. Thanks for the feedback and advice. Having done a little research the square root betting system looks of interest, takes a little working out though, splitting the stakes equally may be the answer. I would be interested to hear from anyone who uses this method of staking plan.
  11. I think you will agree the selection process is regularly producing a good percentage of winners but maybe on reflection needs a better staking plan. Come on guys give me your thoughts and ideas.
  12. Today's qualifying races are ........ All early prices with p.p. Ascot 1.20 Beat The Bank 11/4 Lord Glitters 7/2 Century Dream 4/1 Stakes rounded to 3/1, 3/1, 4/1 = 3 x 3 x 4 = 36 Bet 12 points, 12 points, 9 points 1. 55 York Muthmir 3/1 Take Cover 4/1 Stone of Destiny 9/2 Stakes rounded to 3/1,4/1,4/1 = 3 x 3 x 4 = 48 Bet 16 points, 12 points, 12 points 2.50 Newmarket Assembly of Truth 11/4 Zagitova 100/30 Spanish Aria 4/1 Stakes rounded to 3/1,3/1,4/1 = 3 x 3 x 4 = 48 Bet 16 points, 12 points, 12 p
  13. Results for Friday 13 -07-18 3.50 York Won 5/1 (early price 7/2) bet 8 points = 40 less 18 points = + 22 points profit 4.45 Newmarket W 11/4 ( early price 3/1 taken ) bet 10 points = 30 less 21 = + 9 points profit 4.50 Downpatrick W 2/1 (early price 3/1 taken ) bet 30 points = 90 points less 33 = + 57 points profit 5.40 Ascot Lost 36 points ( beaten a neck) 6.00 Ffos Las W 5/1 (early price 11/4) 8 points = 40 less 18 = + 22 points profit 7.55 Chester Lost 55 points ( beaten short head) 9.00 Chester Lost 27 points
  14. I'm not sure what you mean by 'slack' rules ? I did state at the beginning of the thread that the criteria for selections are:- 1. The first favourite must be 2/1 or above 2. There must be at least a 2 point gap between the third and fourth favourites. All stakes are based on the multiplier and common denominator of the odds rounded up or down ( i don't work in fractions). eg 2/1 x 4/1 x 5/1 = 40 therefore bets would be 20 10 and 8 because when you divide 40 by each of those numbers those are the bet stakes you arrive at. The bonus is of course if you take an early pr
  15. I do keep a record but i keep that private. Regarding the number of runners it is up to the individual to set whatever criteria they wish eg up to 12 runners only, non apprentice races, sprints only etc. Nothing wrong with being sceptical we all treat everything with caution. Let's see where this takes us and any suggestions or refining of the system is welcome. We are all here to bash the bookies right ?
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