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Poor Paddy Power after Wolverhampton's Peculiar Result!

There were a few peculiar results on last night's Wolverhampton card but we came away unscathed with 100% record. Unlike Paddy Power for whom  Friday the 13th came early as the horse I alluded to in yesterdays post 'Is finding 9-1 winners always this easy?' Royal Peculiar took Wolverhampton's finale. 

Even easier to find on the figures than the previous day's 9-1, Paddy Power opened at 16-1 and paid the price as Royal Peculiar tumbled to 4-1.  

Let's look at the compelling evidence:

Royal Peculiar top rated at 101.9 can frank this level of form with a 101.7 rating from 2 C&D runs. Its nearest rival on LTO, Lean On Pete with a rating of 101.5 is clearly not a 12f horse and has been racing over 8f and 9f trips. The LTO figures then fall away dramatically for the rest of the field who's C&D ratings don't suggest that they will do any more than confirm their LTO rating at best.

Further endorsement to Royal Peculiars credentials in this company: Its C&D rating of 101.7 was gained from 2 x Class 4 races and is now in a Class 5: Its OR was 82 & 83 and is now racing off 72: Both races were 0-85 Handicaps and is now in a 0-75 Handicap.

The margin of victory was less than comfortable and where St Ignatius found the reserves to go with Royal Peculiar remains a mystery.

To readers that have questioned why I didn't post when Royal Peculiar was 16-1? Simply because I write my blog posts every morning, but add, it was there for all subscribers to see when the figures went up the evening before. And, why wasn't it offered as a selection to subscribers? Purely because this falls outside of the scope of the four successful methods we use!     

With two horses in two days winning, fitting this profile unfortunately there is nothing even close to being so enticing today!

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

Friday, September 13, 2013

Poor Paddy Power after Wolverhampton's Peculiar Result!

There were a few peculiar results on last night's Wolverhampton card but we came away unscathed with 100% record. Unlike Paddy Power for whom  Friday the 13th came early as the horse I alluded to in yesterdays post 'Is finding 9-1 winners always this easy?' Royal Peculiar took Wolverhampton's finale. 

Even easier to find on the figures than the previous day's 9-1, Paddy Power opened at 16-1 and paid the price as Royal Peculiar tumbled to 4-1.  

Let's look at the compelling evidence:

Royal Peculiar top rated at 101.9 can frank this level of form with a 101.7 rating from 2 C&D runs. Its nearest rival on LTO, Lean On Pete with a rating of 101.5 is clearly not a 12f horse and has been racing over 8f and 9f trips. The LTO figures then fall away dramatically for the rest of the field who's C&D ratings don't suggest that they will do any more than confirm their LTO rating at best.

Further endorsement to Royal Peculiars credentials in this company: Its C&D rating of 101.7 was gained from 2 x Class 4 races and is now in a Class 5: Its OR was 82 & 83 and is now racing off 72: Both races were 0-85 Handicaps and is now in a 0-75 Handicap.

The margin of victory was less than comfortable and where St Ignatius found the reserves to go with Royal Peculiar remains a mystery.

To readers that have questioned why I didn't post when Royal Peculiar was 16-1? Simply because I write my blog posts every morning, but add, it was there for all subscribers to see when the figures went up the evening before. And, why wasn't it offered as a selection to subscribers? Purely because this falls outside of the scope of the four successful methods we use!     

With two horses in two days winning, fitting this profile unfortunately there is nothing even close to being so enticing today!