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Jeremy Gask can tell us the future - Ferguson Cameron cant tell us about today!

After two flat performances from the first subscribers selections followed by 2 point selection Burren View Lady having to weave left and then right before able to unleash a run, closing all the way to the line but ultimately failing, I was beginning to think it was not going to be our day on Saturdays Wolverhampton card. 

Time to send in the cavalry! Relief came in the form of GETAWAY DRIVER (advised at 5-1). There was no 'squeaky bum' tight finish. The victory was an emphatic 11 lengths and undoubtedly the best performance on the clock of the evening. 

The times returned through last night's card would have you believe Fergus Cameron dug the course up between Friday and Saturday meetings! Having seen a gradual return to standard since September 7th and Fridays meeting, last night saw times return to slow which nobody could predict except the ground staff who must have deep harrowed. Isn't it time we had some communication to work being carried out rather than a vague 'Standard'

My write-up horse ANGEL WAY flattered to deceive and considering the level of opposition looks like needing to be dropped a far way in the handicap before it gets its head in front. With her failing to live up to expectations there was no surprise to see narrow margins between the front three.

Would you like to see the Future?

Just a hop skip and jump down the road from me in Sutton Veny is the Jeremy Gask operation and I received this invitation (as did all subscribers to their Horses First Racing newsletter) that may be of interest.

For the last 12 months we've been working on the development of new technology that allows Jeremy to see sectional times for horses, their stride lengths as they work (on the gallops and on the high speed treadmill), heart rates (both maximum and recovery), along with other useful data. At the same time we've also been developing the necessary communications technology to allow racehorse owners (and syndicate members anywhere in the world) to also view the data. We understand this service won't be for everybody, but for those who are interested in sports science, and owners wanting to know more about how their horse is being trained, this, we hope, is the first step in the revolution.

We are demonstrating some of the Total Performance Data pilot technology (powered by Gmax) at the yard. Do come and join us, with no obligation, on one of these dates:
Saturday 12th October
Wednesday 23rd October
Saturday 2nd November
All - 9.30am to 12, with light refreshments and yard tour, it will be relaxed, interesting, and lots of fun.

Enjoy your Sunday and see you back for Kempton Park tomorrow.

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Jeremy Gask can tell us the future - Ferguson Cameron cant tell us about today!

After two flat performances from the first subscribers selections followed by 2 point selection Burren View Lady having to weave left and then right before able to unleash a run, closing all the way to the line but ultimately failing, I was beginning to think it was not going to be our day on Saturdays Wolverhampton card. 

Time to send in the cavalry! Relief came in the form of GETAWAY DRIVER (advised at 5-1). There was no 'squeaky bum' tight finish. The victory was an emphatic 11 lengths and undoubtedly the best performance on the clock of the evening. 

The times returned through last night's card would have you believe Fergus Cameron dug the course up between Friday and Saturday meetings! Having seen a gradual return to standard since September 7th and Fridays meeting, last night saw times return to slow which nobody could predict except the ground staff who must have deep harrowed. Isn't it time we had some communication to work being carried out rather than a vague 'Standard'

My write-up horse ANGEL WAY flattered to deceive and considering the level of opposition looks like needing to be dropped a far way in the handicap before it gets its head in front. With her failing to live up to expectations there was no surprise to see narrow margins between the front three.

Would you like to see the Future?

Just a hop skip and jump down the road from me in Sutton Veny is the Jeremy Gask operation and I received this invitation (as did all subscribers to their Horses First Racing newsletter) that may be of interest.

For the last 12 months we've been working on the development of new technology that allows Jeremy to see sectional times for horses, their stride lengths as they work (on the gallops and on the high speed treadmill), heart rates (both maximum and recovery), along with other useful data. At the same time we've also been developing the necessary communications technology to allow racehorse owners (and syndicate members anywhere in the world) to also view the data. We understand this service won't be for everybody, but for those who are interested in sports science, and owners wanting to know more about how their horse is being trained, this, we hope, is the first step in the revolution.

We are demonstrating some of the Total Performance Data pilot technology (powered by Gmax) at the yard. Do come and join us, with no obligation, on one of these dates:
Saturday 12th October
Wednesday 23rd October
Saturday 2nd November
All - 9.30am to 12, with light refreshments and yard tour, it will be relaxed, interesting, and lots of fun.

Enjoy your Sunday and see you back for Kempton Park tomorrow.