THIS WEEKS ALL WEATHER FIXTURES - 26th March KEMPTON PARK- 27th March WOLVERHAMPTON- 29th March WOLVERHAMPTON - 30th March LINGFIELD PARK, KEMPTON PARK & SOUTHWELL - 31st March WOLVERHAMPTON & CHELMSFORD CITY - 1ST aPRIL LINGFIELD PARK & WOLVERHAMPTON - 2nd April KEMPTON PARK -

The burden of expectation and what a difference the rain makes!

If there is one thing that I pride myself on in providing this service, it is the friendly nature and camaraderie among the subscribers. As the All Weather season gets in to full stride it is always rewarding to see subscribers returning, as they do, year in, year out in the belief that there isn't sufficient action on the sand during the summer. Two particular emails this week left me feeling very proud of the service and I hope the senders don't mind me sharing them on this page.
Hi Mark, As you are aware I subscribed to your service a while back, having tested a few alternatives I have decided I like your service best and have just re subscribed.I hope this is ok with you.
Mark, Thanks for another good winner mark ,  in a week when I've lost my job after 6 years service and every other tipping line I've tried as cost me a packet you've been the one bright spark in my life cheers mate
Emails of this nature come with a burden of expectation but it is a burden I am happy to carry based upon our record of the past five years. Still, I am mindful of managing expectations and remind subscribers that although we make sizable profits every year there are always peaks and troughs along the way.

Moving on!   

After deliberating over the likely conditions at Wolverhampton prior to last night's fixture and opting for decidedly slow, I made a few selections to make up a small stakes EW Canadian. Avoiding the first race which carried the winning and only subscriber selection of the evening SALFORD SECRET,  the result in the second left me feeling a wise choice had been made with Available hitting the frame at 20-1. And then the rain came!

For those unaware of how the rain is a game changer at Kempton Park, Lingfield Park and Wolverhampton, consider the difference between running on a beach with dry sand as opposed to wet sand. Ok granted that these surfaces are not sand per say, but the affect is the same. Needless to say the Canadian went south!

The good news is that we should have truly standard conditions for Wolverhampton tonight and there is little Fergus Cameron can do to manipulate the course to be otherwise.

Changing the subject to Dundalk, it was pleasing to see more coherent results from the figures in those race with sufficient data to analyse and I hope that like me, it wasn't hard to find Edge Of Sanity at 10-1 and Harmonic Note at 9-2. I also played Bensoon who had no luck after missing the break and was then badly squeezed out in the opening furlongs. A stark contrast to last Friday and a sign of better things to come :)

If I have time I will put the Pace and Going breakdowns up in the members area prior to this evenings Wolverhampton fixture.


Good Luck (especially if you are off loading your hard earned in today's big race)

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

Saturday, October 12, 2013

The burden of expectation and what a difference the rain makes!

If there is one thing that I pride myself on in providing this service, it is the friendly nature and camaraderie among the subscribers. As the All Weather season gets in to full stride it is always rewarding to see subscribers returning, as they do, year in, year out in the belief that there isn't sufficient action on the sand during the summer. Two particular emails this week left me feeling very proud of the service and I hope the senders don't mind me sharing them on this page.
Hi Mark, As you are aware I subscribed to your service a while back, having tested a few alternatives I have decided I like your service best and have just re subscribed.I hope this is ok with you.
Mark, Thanks for another good winner mark ,  in a week when I've lost my job after 6 years service and every other tipping line I've tried as cost me a packet you've been the one bright spark in my life cheers mate
Emails of this nature come with a burden of expectation but it is a burden I am happy to carry based upon our record of the past five years. Still, I am mindful of managing expectations and remind subscribers that although we make sizable profits every year there are always peaks and troughs along the way.

Moving on!   

After deliberating over the likely conditions at Wolverhampton prior to last night's fixture and opting for decidedly slow, I made a few selections to make up a small stakes EW Canadian. Avoiding the first race which carried the winning and only subscriber selection of the evening SALFORD SECRET,  the result in the second left me feeling a wise choice had been made with Available hitting the frame at 20-1. And then the rain came!

For those unaware of how the rain is a game changer at Kempton Park, Lingfield Park and Wolverhampton, consider the difference between running on a beach with dry sand as opposed to wet sand. Ok granted that these surfaces are not sand per say, but the affect is the same. Needless to say the Canadian went south!

The good news is that we should have truly standard conditions for Wolverhampton tonight and there is little Fergus Cameron can do to manipulate the course to be otherwise.

Changing the subject to Dundalk, it was pleasing to see more coherent results from the figures in those race with sufficient data to analyse and I hope that like me, it wasn't hard to find Edge Of Sanity at 10-1 and Harmonic Note at 9-2. I also played Bensoon who had no luck after missing the break and was then badly squeezed out in the opening furlongs. A stark contrast to last Friday and a sign of better things to come :)

If I have time I will put the Pace and Going breakdowns up in the members area prior to this evenings Wolverhampton fixture.


Good Luck (especially if you are off loading your hard earned in today's big race)