Geegeez Gold Race Previews: 3rd May 2019

In the first in an occasional series, I reviewed two races - one in more detail than the other - to showcase the use of Geegeez Gold form tools.

It features hints on how to deploy draw, pace and draw/pace combinations to shortlist areas of the field on which to focus; some perils to avoid with Instant Expert; and the use of trainer form to establish whether a horse is value or not.

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Good luck!

Matt

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10 replies
  1. buckieboy
    buckieboy says:

    I’d appreciate a written process that is detailed in stages as I find that easier to absorb than video illustrations, Matt, if you could put your goblins to work, please. Copied to ‘My Geegeez’ as a resource for all.
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    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      No problem, Chris, will see what I can do. There is a draw pace play in the Play Book. But, in truth, that content needs refreshing to reflect the additional bells and whistles we’ve since added.

      Matt

  2. neil francis
    neil francis says:

    Good stuff again Matt, I’ve been on Geegeez a while now but still find these vids very useful as a refresher as much as anything.

  3. Chud777
    Chud777 says:

    These videos are great. So close with the first one but what a draw bias that was highlighted. Combi tricast anyone?! No, not me

  4. Everyone calls me Paul
    Everyone calls me Paul says:

    Bollocks. I was on Nubough (laid it off in-running) but was thinking about a combi tricast on the 4 drawn highest after your presentation. 10, 11, 8 only paid the £154.63. Didn’t do it, obviously.

  5. cadbar123
    cadbar123 says:

    Really useful Matt, please keep doing this as it really helps understand how to apply the different elements. I was slightly surprised though that you didn’t discuss Buckingham!?

  6. davidmaida
    davidmaida says:

    Hiya Matt,

    Would this way of processing the race cards only work on a straight run then? Or would it suit the AW tracks run round a bend?

    • Matt Bisogno
      Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi David

      It suits any flat race where stalls are used. Indeed, it is particularly effective in sprint races around a turn, including on the all weather.

      Matt

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