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Join the geegeez Breeders Cup Syndicate

Join the geegeez Breeders Cup Syndicate

It's coming. The final frontier of the 2013 flat season, All Weather Championship notwithstanding!

I am of course talking about the Breeders Cup, coming to us this Friday and Saturday from glorious Santa Anita.

I'm flying out on Wednesday, and will be reporting back on my experiences over the weekend. And this year, I've been lucky enough to be granted media accreditation this year.

There are fourteen races, spread over the two days, with five on Friday evening and the balance of nine on Saturday. Twenty European horses are currently still engaged, and plenty of other ex-Europeans, like Dimension, formerly with James Fanshawe and Qushchi, with William Jarvis until April of this year.

Aside from the pomp and hooplah that inevitably surrounds a US racing championship event, there is some fantastic - and supremely competitive sport to get our teeth into. The great news is that there are plenty of gettable winners at big prices, and the 'wagering menu' is comprehensive: seriously a la carte punting!

To start you off, I've highlighted the main trends for each of the fourteen races below:


Breeders Cup Marathon 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Dirt Mile 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Distaff 2013 Trends


Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies 2013 Trends

Your first 30 days for just £1

Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Turf 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Sprint 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Turf Sprint 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Juvenile 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Turf 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Sprint 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Mile 2013 Trends

Breeders Cup Classic 2013 Trends


If you're planning on betting on the Breeders Cup, or would do if you only knew anything about the American horses, then I might have something of interest. I'm currently putting the finishing touches to a Breeders Cup information service, called The Geegeez Syndicate.

It's a set of reports, which break down every race by:

- Profile grids
- Trends
- Form
- Pace
- Speed

...and includes:

- My Race Summary
- My Selections
- My 'Others to consider' (for those who like to play the exacta, trifecta, Pick 3, Pick 4, etc)

You'll get all of that for all fourteen races across Friday and Saturday, PLUS I'll also share my 4 ante-post wagers at Breeders Cup 2013. These are the four horses that I reckon have been most under-estimated by the British bookies from the American team.

Here's how this winner-finding content will be delivered to you:

Breeders Cup Special Package 2013

A lot of winner-finding value...


OK Matt, sounds good. What's the damage?

You can get involved in THE big betting event of this coming weekend for just £15.


That's just £1.07 per race..!

There's not really a lot more for me to say on this one, except that if you want to know what I'm backing, and why, then do join my Breeders Cup 2013 Syndicate, and get ready for a lot of fun - and some nice winners - this weekend.

All of the races will be live on attheraces or you'll be able to watch them through most bookmaker streams.




Wishing you every success with your Breeders Cup betting, whether you choose to join me or not. 🙂

Best Regards,

p.s. Here's a quick snap of just some of my research papers. I take this meeting VERY seriously!

Some light reading for Breeders Cup 2013...

Some light reading for Breeders Cup 2013...


Join the Geegeez Breeders Cup Syndicate by clicking this link.

Your first 30 days for just £1
22 replies
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    Mike says:

    Hi matt it’s my 31st birthday today any chance of a freebie lol, all joking aside are all the breeders cup races available on betfair and the main bookies?



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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Thanks David, and all,

      Let’s hope we have a lot of fun – and make a few quid – with the Geegeez Syndicate. 🙂

      Just getting ready for the post position draw (8pm UK time) and colour coding the profile charts…


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    David says:

    Matt from what I remember last year was a bit of a punting nightmare, when I think you backed against “away” horses. Have you changed your views on the apparent home advantage of the Santa Anita track? What was your overall view of how last years races panned out?

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi David

      Last year was one of ‘close but no cigar’ numerous times. It was a combination of very bad luck and some poor judgment in my betting strategy. My research actually highlighted plenty of winners – see the grid on that post for the Classic for example, where Fort Larned was the standout pick that I neglected to bet!

      Regarding how they panned out, I think the keys are to acknowledge the tactical nature of big field turf races, and not get suckered into heavy betting on Euros. They can win – for sure – but they don’t often pay their way. Better to look away from the obvious when betting Euro. And there is normally very good value with UK bookies on US ‘turfers’. For instance, in my view, Magician is a woeful price in the BC Turf, whereas something like Big Blue Kitten is a no brainer each way bet.


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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Bob

      No results at all. This is about giving you a ton of information and allowing you to decide for yourself what you’d like to bet. If you want to follow me in, I’ll tell you what I’m backing.

      That approach won’t be for everyone, but I’m not a miracle worker, nor do I sell snake oil. 🙂

      Hope that makes sense,

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    Bob says:

    Hi matt,I will try another angle how did you do last year? I am just interested on what returns you would expect from your betting.

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      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Bob

      I lost last year. Badly. And I won the year before. Goodly. 😉

      I made mistakes last year I’ll not repeat, and I say again that the main point of me providing over 10,000 words of information in an easily digestible format is not really so readers piggy-back my picks at the bottom.

      However, if that’s the way some folk like to play, then that’s totally fine by me!


      p.s. I’ve just finished the colour-coded profile grids, and the trends previews, and they’re looking pretty good indeed, though I say so myself. 🙂

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    Paul says:

    Hi Matt,
    All sounds great so have subscribed. Definitely something to work with which I will enjoy over the next couple of days. How do I get the content do you send it out or do I click on the link on this page? When I have clicked the link for the full race profile grids it just takes me to the paypal page to subscribe again. May be obvious but probably doing something wrong?

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    Adam says:

    Once I sign-up will I be able to come back and click the links at a later date? As of today it only appears that the first part of the three parts is available.
    I don’t want to sign-up and pay multiple times.

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      Chris Worrall says:

      Yes, Adam. Once you’ve signed up, the members area is updated frequently.


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    Chris A says:


    I clicked on an old link and paid a tenner?? Don’t want to miss out on what looks like a great guide to help my punting over the weekend so can you let me know how I can pay the extra fiver and presumably I will then get an e-mail with the link.

    Thanks and enjoy the experience Matt – I did Belmont a few years ago with some mates and had a fantastic few days.

    Cheers, Chris

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    TheAntePoster says:

    Hi Matt,

    Subscribed yesterday morning – we need to keep you in placepots and Guinness! Looks like a great set of materials so will be going through tonight.

    Enjoy your trip, good punting and look forward to the travelogue and write-ups.


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    ger says:

    looking forward to some profitable punting. i bought the package last night but page didn’t open for me..Can you e-mail me information about breeders?

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