Dear Everyone, THANK YOU!

Once again, dear reader, I find myself humbled at your amazing response to a request for assistance. Your keenness to help me out always amazes me, and I always find it immensely gratifying. I never take it for granted.

So... a huge thank you to everyone who offered to help with the dutching service trial. I did think about 30 people would apply, but to get over 130 (including some who emailed rather than commented) was quite incredible!

Needless to say, applications are now closed, and Steve will be in direct contact with the lucky 25 (yes, we slightly increased the number to allow a few more people to take part) over the next couple of days.

If you missed out this time, please don't be disheartened: there may very well be further opportunities down the track.


As a way of saying thank you, I thought I'd research another little system for you. As you know, I'm always tinkering with system ideas, and I'm very proud of those slightly 'grander' systems and services that I've released commercially. I always publish my results - warts and all - and, touch wood, every service I've run to date (it's now seven, since 2006) has made a profit. Not fortunes, note. But a profit.

And, whilst the 'diddy' systems I put up here on the blog are simpler than my commercially available material, they're still profitable, and I could easily charge money for them. (In fact, there are plenty of rogues, charlatans and pirates out there asking for your cash in exchange for little more than a melange of hyperbolic words and unprofitable numbers).

But it's my pleasure to offer them up for your consideration, and - when I need help, like I did yesterday - you uniformly remind me why it's my pleasure. (So, thank you, again).

Anyhoo, enough of the fawning and sycophancy on my part. It's time for me to come up with some goods for you...

With the theme of the all weather in mind, I've had a look at horses (specifically 2yo colts or geldings) dropping in class, and the results are very interesting:

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System Rules

- Kempton, Lingfield, Southwell, Wolverhampton all weather tracks

- 2yo colts or geldings

- dropped one or more classes from last run

- have run in a Class 3 or better race (i.e. Group or Listed race, or Class 1, 2 or 3)

- 14/1 or shorter in the betting

- last run was between 8 and 223 days ago

System Results

2yo All Weather System Results

2yo All Weather System Results

My data covers up to the end of May 2009, at which time there'd been no such runners this year. There should be 50+ before the end of the year...

Indeed, there are two in the opening 2.30 contest at Southwell this afternoon: Florio Vincitore and Ingleby Spirit. Now, bearing in mind that these horses win on average 1 in 4 times, there's still a 50% chance we're on a loser here. But, at 7/1 and 7/2 respectively, we're getting a good bit better than evens the pair.

That's all for today. But, before I close, did I remember to thank you for your offers of help...? 😉

Pip pip!


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19 replies
  1. Barry Davis says:

    Hi Matt

    2 yr olds CAN produce some very nice returns.I`ll try the system and if it turns out ok(after a fair trial of course) that`s a drink I owe you!!

    Barry Davis

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Thanks Barry – let’s hope we get off to a flyer with it today.

      Then I can look forward to you posting me a nice cold Guinness…. Mmmm…. Guinness… (just had a Homer moment). 😉


  2. Ian Johnstone says:

    Hi Matt.
    Many thanks for the little a/w system today.Great to see that you are so efficient in getting stuff out to new subscribers,as i have had to recently set up a new email address due to some person hacking into my previous account(email address removed),whilst I was sunning myself in lovely Side in Turkey.
    Over the last 6 months or so I have been researching 4 systems based around the Guinness Premiership Rugby Union Championship,plus a mini system for their playoffs.
    Overall selections in season 2007/2008 were a total of 95,with their being 61 successful.
    In season 2008/2009 the results were 68 winners from 87 selections.
    I am contemplating whether to either set up a phone service to provide the selections or maybe just sell the systems as a package.
    I would appreciate any comments and/or suggestions re the aforementioned.
    Keep up the excellent work.

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Ian

      Interesting project – I’ve not heard of a specialist rugby union market (seems the league boys bet much more!), so that might do well.
      I do wonder whether the exodus of all the highly paid players to France will have any impact on systems you might have.

      Regarding the best way to market, well there’s a question! My advice would be to sell the systems as a package, and offer an ‘upsell’ or extra for people who want you to email / SMS them the qualifiers.

      Good luck!

  3. steve says:

    Hi Everyone,

    I’d just like to say a big thank you to you all for the overwhelming response, and to Matt for his support.

    I am in the process of picking 25 names out of a hat and will be in touch in the next couple of days.

    I’m sorry to disappoint some of you but I do sincerely appreciate the interest you have shown.

    Kindest Regards


  4. brian mayers says:

    hi matt ,

    thanks for the 2yo gift ,

    always appreciated as you know .

    lets hope for the best .

    Brian .

  5. Steve says:

    Cheers for that little all weather system Matt – I’ll make a note of that and try it out for a while.

    I wasn’t one that offered my services for Steve’s system, mainly because it is a dutching system (although I have nothing against dutching – and I have used a little bit of dutching myself over recent years, it just didn’t appeal enough at the time), but I very nearly did put my name forward – I won’t be so hasty next time!

  6. Barry says:

    Thanks for the system, I have a few of my own if you would like a look let me know,

    Thanks again. Barry

  7. James says:

    Thanks Matt, keep up the good work. Love the site, have done for a couple of years now. Looking forward to Southwell now…


  8. brianmsomi says:

    thanks for the system matt,am looking forward to try it even on turf including 3yo as well as here on south africa courses.please send me more that you dont need

  9. peter brockbank says:


    Cheers for the 2yr old info gift. I have friends who believe all weather form is the most consiistant in horse racing.

    There seems to be a lot of sound reasoning in your thoughts so I will be acting on your advice.

    Good luck to everyone who does likewise.


    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Correct Peter, there are excellent profits to be had from the all weather tracks. Consistency of ‘going’, never moving the running rail, a smaller pool of engaged horses who typically run to form / class. It is simply the best place to focus to make form-based profits in my opinion.


  10. Bryan says:

    Hi Matt

    Unlucky with your 2 selections yesterday as they finished 2nd @ 6/1 and 3rd @ 3/1

    With the fav winning @ 5/6 (55% of book) there was the opportunity to back these 2 selections with out the fav

    I will keep on top of this system and look at betting without the fav if price of fav is taking a chunk of the percentage out of the book



    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Bryan

      Yes, the system will be interesting to track (and, hopefully, profitable!).

      The winner yesterday laughed at them in fairness, but – as I said – we’re only expecting a 25% strike rate with these, so its early days yet.

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