Good to hear you were on Ballydine.
Using the shortlists and rankings as you are is the right approach. The idea is to provide a package that marries well with the Geegeez racecards. The best of the day selection also provides a profitable edge for those Geegeez subscribers who haven’t got the time to carry out a full analysis of the days racing.
I still think there’s plenty of room for improvement however, and I don’t think you’ll see the best of the rankings/shortlists until next year.