A Geegeez Q & A

I'm trying to do more video stuff. It's a different media and maybe appeals to some for whom my propensity to verbiage is unpalatable (there, I've said it!).

This effort is a little 'ghetto' - actually, it's quite a lot 'ghetto' - but it does have some useful insights into Geegeez, the Gold content and the tips. The answers are in response to some questions you asked a loooong time ago (September 2015), so apologies if you've been waiting!

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Finally, if you have any questions relating to other aspects of the racecards, reports and form tools, please leave a comment below, and I'll cover it in the next video in the series.

Matt

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8 replies
  1. RonCombo says:

    Will watch later and I know this will be interesting. As a Leicester fan, delighted to see you have a fox on the wall Matt!

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Ha, yes, we love foxes. Though would have preferred more than two points from the two games against your lads!

  2. leehazee says:

    Thank for taking the time to do the video Matt. Some brilliant insights in getting the best of out some of the cracking features. Looking forward to more of these ‘coaching’ vids

  3. grahame18 says:

    Hi Matt
    made it to the end and found it all very interesting.look forward to your future ones
    thanks Graham

  4. Everyone calls me Paul says:

    Matt, given that left- and right-handed preferences have been mentioned here periodically (and Ray Thompson is obviously a big fan) is there any possibility of including the respective results in the horse’s race records and / or the filters. Don’t mention Wexford in any response lol. Apologies if the point has been raised previously.
    Paul

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Paul

      Funnily enough, I’ve put the data together this week for this. As well as handedness, we’re looking to implement some configuration stuff (flat, undulating, sharp, uphill finish, etc) too.

      The challenge is in how to present it – most likely in the Full Form Filter but still not sure on that part. About two months away I’d say.

      Matt

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