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  1. 24 minutes ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    Could you please elaborate on this a little?  I would like to hear your thoughts.  I'm not disagreeing with you, I'm here to learn from you, and others,  who are more experienced.

    Best wishes. 

    Essentially, you are using the same amount of stake money on a place bet as you are on a win bet.  Hence if you are comfortable with betting £20 per day on your win bets then you are now betting £40 per day for the benefit of having a place bet.  If you are uncomfortable with £40 and only feel comfortable with £20 then you are forced to halve your selections on any one day.  The way I look at it is that if a horse doesn't fire on the day then it is just as likely not to get placed either.  However, if you feel that a horse is going to run its heart out then although it may not win it could well get placed and depending on the odds obtained you may get your money back should it get beat.  I guess what I'm saying is that one needs to think about placing an each way bet rather than just routinely backing each way because you have  always done so

     

  2. 7 minutes ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    Good points.  

    Just thinking about this a little more - I should stop putting EW in my selections as it may reflect a lack of confidence in my selections, and put others off.  

    I think you should be more worried about whether it is making a whole in your wallet.  I forgot to say that my personal view in regard to ew betting is that I would rather back two horses to win than back one each way.  Results will humble anyone and I don't see why anyone should be so big headed so as to think that their wonderful selection method should exclude at least another contender in a race that could win it.  You can use up a lot of money of your betting bank for the place bet element of your bets if you are not careful in my humble opinion

  3. 1 minute ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    do you mean that you would back a horse to win and also place a separate bet for it to win?  

    I've always done EW bets, not sure why. 😂

    Cheers!

    Yes, if do so at all.  I don't usually like ew or even place betting but sometimes I will place a separate bet in the place market on the Betfair Exchange if I feel that a horse may well run into a place.  @MCLARKEis the king at getting ew bets, even at very short odds, when he gets generous extra place offers from the bookmakers, though I think that they are on to him now and he finds them scarce these days.  I don't really like place betting as the bookies seem to have sorted out the odds in their favour.  I once read that one could gain advantage in fields of 8 or 9 runners but I can't say that I ever really got into that one either.

  4. 13 hours ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    Here are my selections for this rather quiet day of racing.

    Pontefract

    1.55 Vieux Carre 4/1

    2.30 Outback Boy 3/1

    3.35 Regal Mirage 11/2

    4.40 Alpha Cru 3/1

    5.10 Van Gerwen 16/1

     

    Muselburgh

    3.55 Edward Cornelius 15/2

    6.40 Let Me Be 6/1

     

    All prices as per Bet365.  All bets are EW.

    Very interesting that you have elected to select ALL these as each way bets; I tend to regard place bets as separate bets.  Good luck anyway Alex

     

  5. 11 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    Not much time today.  Big fields and I suggest small stakes

    The big race 3.35 Asc seems to indicate the favourite but I'm not playing.  I would love to see Adayar win this.

    2.40 York Blind Beggar £2 win at 8.2 = £21.17 if it wins. Influenced by @TheBrigadierand Jason Weaver on The Opening Show

    3.00 Asc Motakhayyel £1 win ins bet at 9/2 @TheBrigadier, Starshiba £1 win at 20/1 Jason weaver (TOS) and Raising Sand £1 win at 25/1 (me)

    Total Stakes £5.00

     

     

    RESULTS UPDATE

    Great to see Adayar win; broke a 20 year dry spell of a Derby winner winning the King George, I believe.  pity I didn't at ;least put in as a nap.

    No winners but Blind Beggar got 3rd so at least it was a trier

    A small loss of £6.00 today so my new balance is £732.63  (Bank £1056.22)

    Three UK meetings tomorrow.  I counted only 6 races for classes 1 - 3 and four of them have short priced favourites.  

    There were quite a few shocks today with short priced favourites so I am wondering if anyone has found a set of conditions that are a reliable guide as to whether one will at least get a good run for one's money when betting on the favourite in any type of race?

     

  6. Not much time today.  Big fields and I suggest small stakes

    The big race 3.35 Asc seems to indicate the favourite but I'm not playing.  I would love to see Adayar win this.

    2.40 York Blind Beggar £2 win at 8.2 = £21.17 if it wins. Influenced by @TheBrigadierand Jason Weaver on The Opening Show

    3.00 Asc Motakhayyel £1 win ins bet at 9/2 @TheBrigadier, Starshiba £1 win at 20/1 Jason weaver (TOS) and Raising Sand £1 win at 25/1 (me)

    Total Stakes £5.00

     

     

  7. 5 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    14.20 Thirsk The Dunkirk Lads £2.70 win at 8.6 = £20.11 profit if it wins.  No bad reports on this one though it has drifted from 4/1 last night.  The favourite has a lot of weight which is largely offset by a 5lbs claimer.  Not confident about this one for a Trixie

    14.30 Asc Blow Your Horn £6 win at 4.5 = £20.58 profit if it wins.  Looks like punters are relying on 3 year old records in this race for the favourite  to win. the media are banging on about its good second at Chester.  Well Chester is no where like Ascot so once again the favourite is not Trixie material

    3.00 Asc Dreamloper (OM) £2.30 win at 10.00 = £20.29 profit if it wins.  Not far behind Lights On previously and seems a good bet to run a good race this time.  The favourite is from the mighty Gosden yard. Off 287 days and seems to take time to get into its races.  Not one for a Trixie on that basis.

    3.35 Asc Valrian Steel.  I can't help feeling that I am being led like a lamb to the slaughter when I read such glowing accounts.  However, if all is true then this looks a worthwhile punt for £4.30 at 5.8 = £20.23 profit if it wins.  I couldn't resist having £1 to win on Pirate King at 20/1 as I don't think that this is a forlorn hope.  Can't find anything bad to say against the favourite but just don't fancy it.  I may rue the day of course going against the mighty Gosden team.

    £16.30 staked so far.

    May come back later if I have time to do so

    Good luck to everyone trying to win some money today

         

    RESULTS UPDATE

    I don't know what goes on in the brains of our professional jockeys but not a lot if the 2.30 at Ascot is anything to go by.  Admittedly this was a 2 miles race but what on earth were most of them thinking about by letting the favourite go off into over a 20 lengths lead for most of the race.  I wouldn't have minded if the leader had been a 50/1 outsider that could well be expected to come back to the field but this was a 6/4 favourite!! Absolutely shocking jockeyship for all those involved.

    I did get one winner which was Dreamloper though I didn't expect it to win so easily as it did.  Pity I didn't give Speedo Boy another look. Anyway this gave me a net profit on the day of £6.29.  My new balance is £738.63 (Bank £1056.22)

    Lots of classy racing again tomorrow so I won't have to bother with class 4 races again.  Hopefully I will get a chance to see what these monkeys get up to tomorrow, Bookies/Timeform, ATR and Racing Post.  I don't trust any of them

     

     

     

  8. 14.20 Thirsk The Dunkirk Lads £2.70 win at 8.6 = £20.11 profit if it wins.  No bad reports on this one though it has drifted from 4/1 last night.  The favourite has a lot of weight which is largely offset by a 5lbs claimer.  Not confident about this one for a Trixie

    14.30 Asc Blow Your Horn £6 win at 4.5 = £20.58 profit if it wins.  Looks like punters are relying on 3 year old records in this race for the favourite  to win. the media are banging on about its good second at Chester.  Well Chester is no where like Ascot so once again the favourite is not Trixie material

    3.00 Asc Dreamloper (OM) £2.30 win at 10.00 = £20.29 profit if it wins.  Not far behind Lights On previously and seems a good bet to run a good race this time.  The favourite is from the mighty Gosden yard. Off 287 days and seems to take time to get into its races.  Not one for a Trixie on that basis.

    3.35 Asc Valrian Steel.  I can't help feeling that I am being led like a lamb to the slaughter when I read such glowing accounts.  However, if all is true then this looks a worthwhile punt for £4.30 at 5.8 = £20.23 profit if it wins.  I couldn't resist having £1 to win on Pirate King at 20/1 as I don't think that this is a forlorn hope.  Can't find anything bad to say against the favourite but just don't fancy it.  I may rue the day of course going against the mighty Gosden team.

    £16.30 staked so far.

    May come back later if I have time to do so

    Good luck to everyone trying to win some money today

         

  9. 7 minutes ago, Wildgarden said:

    marco was a star player as i had bonus points for him lol. he has two rides today. 

    Well maybe you should stick with him.  I don't think that he will be less good at riding now he has lost his allowance it is just that the trainers seeking to eak out their last bit of advantage for their runners may well use another claiming apprentice and he may not get the rides he has been enjoying of late

     

  10. 43 minutes ago, Wildgarden said:

    ghiani no winners i dont think so leta watch thia space

    There are others to choose from

    Apprentice Jockeys Championship

    The Apprentice Jockeys Championship is decided on winners of both Flat and All Weather races taking place from 1 May 2021 to British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday 16th October 2021 .

    Current Champion Apprentice Jockey: Cieren Fallon

    An Apprentice Jockey can “claim” a weight allowance of 7lbs until they have 20 wins, 5lbs until 50 wins, 3lbs until 95 wins (special allowances apply in races for Apprentices only).

    Current Standings as of 21st July 2021:

    Marco Ghiani 33 151 22% +97.99 £213,534 £298,182
    Mark Crehan 18 140 13% -38.14 £93,035 £186,886
    Saffie Osborne 17 138 12% -43.62 £50,452 £107,769
    Billy Garritty 15 93 16% +115.12 £65,103 £107,002
    Ella McCain 14 66 21% +17.50 £43,391 £82,399
    Stefano Cherchi 14 89 16% -6.75 £42,470 £82,748
    Laura Pearson 14 117 12% -22.26 £78,368 £131,850
    Mollie Phillips 13 55 24% +44.70 £36,908 £56,384
    Thore Hammer Hansen 13 117 11% +41.00 £39,770 £122,471
    Harry Russell 12 92 13% -15.47 £83,786 £115,990

    I'm not too fussed who I pick as long as they are getting the winners.  Cieron Fallon has only 22 winners and a 13% strike rate now he can't claim anything; let's hope that Marco doesn't suffer the same fate..

     

  11. 5 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    Haha, chose the wrong top rated horse.  TImeform had Andaleep which won at 16/1

    4.50 Yar Invincible Larne (LM) £2.10 at 11.00 = £20.58 if it wins. 

    7.20 Don Tom's Reignbeau £2.50 win at 9.6 = £21.56 if it wins.  Well fancied in the sporting press

    7.35 Nb Stellar Queen (HD) £3.80 win at 6.4 = £20.11 profit if wins

    No Trixie as some favourites odds on

    Total stakes so far £15.60

     

    RESULTS UPDATE

    No winners today but the day did not pass without future hope.  Looking back I missed the Timeform top rated Andaleep which won at 16/1.  On reflection although this horse was a top rated Timeform horse, Timeform did have the guts to put it up as a selection too.  On this basis it was a better bet than my wasted 3TBP bet on Lawn Ranger.  Also, I backed the glitzy Hollie Doyle in the 7.35 at Nb.  She rides better on the All weather and I got taken in by the guff written about the horse.  Again, looking back Rolling The Dice looked to be a better prospect as it had already ran and had at least one promising run.  But as they say, hindsight is no sight so I must focus a bit more to spot opportunities.

    I have pledged today to operate the following strategy on Punters Lounge Forum until 31.12.21

    HORSE RACING SELECTION RULES FOR TRIXIES AND SINGLE BETS 22.7.21

    This is to only back favourites in a Trixie or perhaps a double if three can't be found.  I will try to get out at B/E should the first leg(s) fail and then back the remaining horses in a single bet. No selections in my Trixie's will be odds on.  All my other bets will not be on a favourite, or at least it won't be favourite when my bet is struck.  These selections can be any price and my aim is to vary my stake so as to try and win a £20 profit should one of them win. I feel I will be in with this strategy for the long haul.  The only deviations to the above rules will be that I will sometimes choose one horse over another with regard to one of my favourite top jockeys/apprentices in either of the above categories.

    No winners today so a loss of £15.60 which gives me a new balance of £732.34 (Bank £1056.22)

    A lot of classy races tomorrow, Ascot in particular.  I should be able to exclude all class 4 races as there are well enough classes 1 -3 available for betting purposes.

       

  12. 6 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    Many thanks for being helpful.  This is a hobby for me and even when I had a go at Forex trading I could not paper trade that either .  As far as I'm concerned I will keep plugging on at trying to find a winning strategy for myself using open published information so that other people may take advantage of it if/when it proves to be fruitful.  I truly suspect that the general public are being duped into placing bets on false favourites as promoted by the likes of Timeform who are I believe are owned by the bookmakers so as to ensure that the great roller coaster of profits continue to be sustained.  I like the idea of still choosing the so called favourites and combining them in multiple bets so as to win when they do oblige but I have to agree with most of the forum pundits such as @Villa Chriswho buys the Weekender each week so as to laugh at all the failed favourites over the past week that the only way to win real money in this game is to have the ability to spot selections at the bigger prices that are just as likely to run their their race even though they are too readily dismissed by the sporting press and shunned in the daily market moves.  Nice winner you got yesterday 🙂

    Further to this I do agree that I chop and change quite a bit; it must be the "airies" star sign at work.  However, I will pledge to keep to the strategy of puting favourites only in Trixies and non favourites backed in singles possibly in the same race(s) right through until the end of December this year.  The only minor difference maybe choosing one of my favourite jockeys/apprentices over another in either category

     

  13. 46 minutes ago, The Equaliser said:

    3.55 San Sweet Reward £3.20win at 7.8 = £21.32.  Looks to have a good chance on present form although shunned in the market.  Have also had £2 on Lawn Ranger 3TBP at 6.4 = £10.58 should it run up to top rated RPR expectations

    Will try to look at other 3 later runners now

     

    Haha, chose the wrong top rated horse.  TImeform had Andaleep which won at 16/1

    4.50 Yar Invincible Larne (LM) £2.10 at 11.00 = £20.58 if it wins. 

    7.20 Don Tom's Reignbeau £2.50 win at 9.6 = £21.56 if it wins.  Well fancied in the sporting press

    7.35 Nb Stellar Queen (HD) £3.80 win at 6.4 = £20.11 profit if wins

    No Trixie as some favourites odds on

    Total stakes so far £15.60

     

  14. 3.55 San Sweet Reward £3.20win at 7.8 = £21.32.  Looks to have a good chance on present form although shunned in the market.  Have also had £2 on Lawn Ranger 3TBP at 6.4 = £10.58 should it run up to top rated RPR expectations

    Will try to look at other 3 later runners now

     

  15. Only looked at one race so far today and unfortunately most of the Class 1 -4 are in the earlier part of the day so I may miss a lot whilst out at lunch

    Anyway looked at the class 1 event 2.10 Sandown.   Inspiral looks to be the top form horse trained by the mighty Gosden team.  You could get 2/1 about this one last night and will be lucky to get 7/4 today.  It even seems to have an advantage over Wild Beauty in as much as Wild Beauty has to prove it as good over a firm surface.  I think that @Zilzaliancould well be OK with Qipao as Mark Johnston's runners always have to be respected.

    However I have had £2 to win on Allyaali at 13.5 = £24.50 profit if it wins.  Had I had a few more favourite selections to choose from I would have included Inspiral in my Trixie

     

  16. 4 hours ago, MCLARKE said:

    Well done with the profit. 

    Personally I'm not too bothered about the price, although the favourite / longshot bias would suggest you are better off backing the shorter odds selections.

    You do seem to chop and change your approach a lot, I would paper trade a strategy until I was confortable with it and then stick with it, you really need a large number of bets before you can really draw any conclusions.

    Many thanks for being helpful.  This is a hobby for me and even when I had a go at Forex trading I could not paper trade that either .  As far as I'm concerned I will keep plugging on at trying to find a winning strategy for myself using open published information so that other people may take advantage of it if/when it proves to be fruitful.  I truly suspect that the general public are being duped into placing bets on false favourites as promoted by the likes of Timeform who are I believe are owned by the bookmakers so as to ensure that the great roller coaster of profits continue to be sustained.  I like the idea of still choosing the so called favourites and combining them in multiple bets so as to win when they do oblige but I have to agree with most of the forum pundits such as @Villa Chriswho buys the Weekender each week so as to laugh at all the failed favourites over the past week that the only way to win real money in this game is to have the ability to spot selections at the bigger prices that are just as likely to run their their race even though they are too readily dismissed by the sporting press and shunned in the daily market moves.  Nice winner you got yesterday 🙂

  17. 4 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    Been out most of the day so couldn't look at much today

    7.35 San Coul Kat (OM) £7.50 win at 3.8 = £18.62 if it wins. most of the runners in this race are trying to redeem their reputations.  I believe this one was at the wrong distance last time. I  hope it handles the firmer surface.  Lyndon B £2 win at 16.00 = £22.05 if that wins.  a drifter with a chance

    8.10 San Barn Owl (JD) £3.20 win at 13/2 = £24 Return if it wins.  Looks to be top rated, though it is only a class 5 winner; well bred son of Frankel.  Drifted like a barge overnight

    £12.70 staked

     

    RESULTS UPDATE

    A profit for once!!  Very interesting although I only played two races. I almost didn't play the 7.35 at Sandown because of time pressure at home.  Even after I backed Lyndon B along with Coul Kat and when I found it had won I was wondering how I came to back it.  Luckily I still had the RP Racecards available and because I screen capture the ATR Racecards I could look back at them too.   This was the RP's take on Lyndon B: Slipping down the weights and last two runs more promising; not ruled out down in class.  Timeform was not so generous but at least gave the horse 3 stars.  Now what is more surprising is that last night this horse was being quoted by most bookmakers at being between 6/1 and 13/2 with Bet365 pushing for business at 7/1. "What did you learn Grasshopper?".  Many of us are drawn towards the first two in the market because they appear to usually have the best recent form.  However, all horses in a race have some chance of wining it.  Therefore it pays to check out other horses at the bigger prices that may well come and win the race.  What a waste of my £7.50 bet on Coul Kat with the champion aboard, finished 5th beaten 8 lengths at 11/4.  Now contrast this with my other bet of £3.20 on Barn Owl at 13/2.  Sure it ran well to finish second at reduced odds of 9/2 but was beaten by the favourite with Ryan Moore aboard at a price of 11/4.  Should have backed the favourite shouldn't I?  This is the perennial question isn't it? Having lost chunks of money over the last couple of days on first and second favourites I have decided that the best way to approach this from now on is to put the so called hot pots into a Trixie, after all, they do sometimes win and do so strung together, for a modest sum e.g. £4, £6. £8 etc BUT then look for a horse in the same race that can realistically spring a surprise and win.  These will be modest singles bets aiming to win about £20 should they oblige.  With the Trixie I will still wait for the last leg and if no winner then put sufficient stake on the third selection so as to recoup my original stake.  No Trixie selection will ever be put in at odds on.

    I thought these thoughts may be worth sharing with other forum members

    My new balance is £747.94 (Bank £1056.22) after making a net profit of £18.85 today

    One class 1 and one class 3 race at Sandown with the top two in the market in both races being at around 2/1.  Quite a few class 4 events mainly at Worcester.  Hopefully I can screen capture most of the ATR cards soon but its getting late.

     

     

     

     

     

  18. Been out most of the day so couldn't look at much today

    7.35 San Coul Kat (OM) £7.50 win at 3.8 = £18.62 if it wins. most of the runners in this race are trying to redeem their reputations.  I believe this one was at the wrong distance last time. I  hope it handles the firmer surface.  Lyndon B £2 win at 16.00 = £22.05 if that wins.  a drifter with a chance

    8.10 San Barn Owl (JD) £3.20 win at 13/2 = £24 Return if it wins.  Looks to be top rated, though it is only a class 5 winner; well bred son of Frankel.  Drifted like a barge overnight

    £12.70 staked

     

  19. 9 hours ago, The Equaliser said:

    Decided to primarily follow overnight market movers today; got too bogged down in ratings yesterday

    7.05 Chelm Best class race of the day but can see why most of my fellow forum members have passed it by as it looks to be a very open race.  I have put £5.50 to win on Aljady at 4.8 = £20.48 if it wins.  It is 5lbs better off with Maysonic for a nose beating in May.  It has been running at the wrong distance since. C&D form in a similar class 2 event can't be ignored imo.  Also Maysonic price has drifted from a strong overnight position

    2.45 Wolv Badlands £4 win at 6.00 = !9.60 if it wins.  This one's price has shortened from 15/2 to around 4/1 (5/1 Bet365).  The top two in the market have drifted somewhat so I'l go with the market mover

    4.45 Ffos Asadjumeira £9.50 win at 3.15 = £20.02 profit if it wins.  This has been very strong in the market overnight and I struggled to get my price matched.  Looks a worthy favourite

    6.35 Chlm Mystery Fox Promising 7th in a class 3 event.  This horse has been very strong in the market 6/5 overnight and now slightly odds on.  I am not backing it as their are quite a few others that may run well in this race

    7.15 Nott.  I got stuffed on this type of bet yesterday but I'll give it another go today.  Celtic Express (DT) £15 win at 2.84 = £18.50 if it wins and £8.65 win on Professional Widow at 2.74 = 9p ins bet.  Total stakes £23.65

    7.35 Chelm Epidemic was around 6/4 last night and has drifted to around 2/1.  Top Brass was around 3/1 last night and is vying for favouritism at around 2/1 now.  However, Top Brass, despite being a Gosden horse has not been exactly inspiring so I'll leave the race alone

    8.10 Chelm Long tradition has been smashed into around 8/1 for this race.  Not for me

    8.40 chelm Frantohio £3 win at 9 =£23.52if it wins.  This is a drifter but I feel that chief Of staff is risky.  there is money for Headingly but I don't like it

     

    RESULTS UPDATE

    No winners at all today so a £45.65 loss.  My new balance is £729.09 (Bank £1056.22)

    5 UK meetings tomorrow.  I counted 3 class 3 races and 6 class 4 races.  Let's hope that I can find a winner or two 😀

     

  20. 56 minutes ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    Thanks for the detailed answer - very helpful!  There is so much to research before placing a bet that it can become a little overwhelming unless you have some kind of a routine or process by which you make your selections by.   

    The people who claim to make a living in horse racing very often say that they do so by watching and re watching previous races with regard to the race that they may be interested in.  They do not like the results commentaries given out by the racing press saying that they have too many errors.  However, carrying out such a task is beyond my interest in racing as it would be very time consuming.  This is only a hobby for me.  I like to think that I can come up with good selections and make a profit by using the available published information available.  As can be seen by my published balances each day I have failed to achieve this so far.  However, this still hold my interest for the time being.

     

  21. 17 minutes ago, alexcaruso808 said:

    @The Equaliser Maybe I am oversimplifying things, but you said you followed overnight market movers to make your bets, right?

    Did you simply compare odds of horses this morning to what they were last night, and make your bets based solely on that?  

    No Alex, I use the overnight movements in relation to all the other factors such as Form etc.  Taroob was 6/4, 7/4 overnight and showing as 5/2, 11/4 this am when I looked.  Prioritise was showing as 15/8 to 2/1 last night and around 5/2. 3/1 this morning.  Badlands looked as though it could perform very well on its best form as highlighted in the Racing Post comments .  There looked to be an indication by way of market interest that the horse was spot on for the race today.  This being so I favoured risking £4 on Badlands as opposed to risking something like £8+ on Taroob which had drifted from around a 40% chance to around a 29% when I was checking.  Obviously the market move on Badlands was a false one because it drifted out to 11/1 at the off.  The glowing reports and wonderful ratings and comments from the media can be very persuasive in convincing me that one horse is superior to another.  By checking the overnight market moves I feel that I can choose the best of the highly promoted horses by eliminating the ones that the market has gone against.  Prioritise was well promoted by the Sporting Press.  It was the RP selection and second choice of ATR and Timeform.  It was only by checking on the prices that I could see that the market had moved it from about a 33% chance (2/1) to a 25% chance (3/1).  This horse came last beaten 28 lengths.  Obviously l;ate moves for Taroob brought it back to 7/4 and it ran a great race only just to be denied.  However, I don't have time to follow all the price moves throughout the day on individual horses so I have to make my mind up in the mornings as I have other things to do.  I hope this explains my thinking a bit better.

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