It's very much the calm before the storm at the moment, dear reader, so what better time than now to catch up on what's been happening, and what's to follow?
The recap post I scribbled a couple of weeks ago was well received, especially from those for whom five times a week is too often... to receive my emails at least! 😉
So, in reverse order, here's what you might have missed since my last recap:
Feb 22nd - I reviewed Betfair Conspiracy, and quite liked it. In fact, I've been tracking it ever since (more below).
Feb 23rd - As part of my ongoing Cheltenham Festival warm-up, I took the Arkle Trophy 2010 apart and identified a value 16/1 shot.
March 2nd - As you'll probably know, I love-love-love the Cheltenham Festival, and - in my opinion - this guide is an absolute must have if you're planning on wagering next week. Find out why in my review here: Festival Trends
March 4th - Moving more current, and in the middle of last week, I gave out a great little system for finding nice priced hunter chase winners. If you missed it, you can read that here: Hunter Chase Betting System
March 5th - And then, towards the end of last week, I went into 'self promotion' mode, firstly by telling you all about a new minisite I've put together for the Festival, which you can see here: Cheltenham Festival Trends 2010
March 6th - Then secondly, as weekend reading (for those who check their emails on the weekends), I started to introduce the idea of your online business. There's nothing to do yet, except get a little inspired and intrigued with what is to follow over the next few weeks, so you might enjoy this: Your Online Business?
You may very well also have noticed that I'm not the only one who posts on here. I'm lucky enough to have some great guys who trial betting systems / services / software for us. They do this in real time, and so you can see each day how the products are progressing. Thanks a million to John and Jim for your sterling efforts!
At the moment, we've got promising trials of Format Racing, and less promising (at this early stage at least) looks at 1000 Point Per Year system and Bet Catalyst. You can get to the threads which pull all related posts together for each system, below:
Betfair Conspiracy Thread - (generally at the bottom of other posts)
Today's Betfair Conspiracy races (for me, at least) are: 2.20 Ffos Las (probably too short); 2.10 Lingfield; 3.15 Lingfield; 4.25 Lingfield; Stratford 2.00.
I'm currently down 16% before today's racing, and looking for improvement this week. Full results here.
So that's the past.
Now, having looked back over the last fortnight, what's to come over the ensuing two weeks?
Well, quite a lot, of course!
Obviously, we've got the small matter of the Cheltenham Festival, and I'll be bringing more thoughts on that over the coming days, as well as my reviews and previews of each day during Cheltenham.
Plus, in the week immediately following that brilliant Festival, I'll start sharing some great content on how to get started for yourself with this internet business malarkey. I think, judging by the comments on Saturday's post, this will be of interest to many of you.
Plus, also once Cheltenham is out of the way, I'll be taking another look at Aintree's cornerstone race, the Grand National. I'll be factoring in all the additional information we have since the weights were initially published back in mid-February, and establish whether there are any nags making a case for their inclusion on the Geegeez shortlist.
So, lots has happened in the last couple of weeks, and there's a bundle more to look forward to imminently, here at Geegeez.