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I have been using geegeez for a couple of years now, primarily to calculate and store my form ratings and observations – something I think a lot of punters would benefit from doing, even if only selectively – but also in order to get ready access to snapshots of sectionals, close-up commentaries, racecards, various analytics, and more besides.
It is intuitive to use and is central to my analysis, betting and so-far-successful attempt at being a profitable tipster on At The Races.
I use different racing sites for different things but Geegeez combines many useful features, my favourite being the Draw Analyser.
It lets you dig down into all the UK and Irish tracks, be it be distance, going, field size or handicaps/non-handicaps before presenting the results in a clear and easy to understand fashion. All the advanced data are there, presented in a highly user-friendly style.
Love the site. The main thing I use it for is pace maps, knowing how a race is likely to be run is key for a jockey.
When viewed as a graphic they are very easy to interpret, a quick glance before they head out of the weighing room and it’s fresh in their minds. Keep up the good work.
There’s a ton of information at your fingertips as soon as you log in to the geegeez site.
The main uses for me are the Draw & Pace Analyser tools, plus the Profiler feature on the racecard area which is really useful for highlighting patterns in the form of a horse.
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Pace: the most overlooked angle in racing?
One angle which I’d really encourage you to get to grips with, though, is that of pace. There are countries in the world, including America, where no self-respecting punter would ever open their wallet to wager without understanding how the race is likely to pan out.
Gold’s pace tab is incredibly revealing in this regard, and has recently undergone a significant upgrade.
Previously, we displayed a table of scores that showcased which horses were likely to lead and which would be held up. It looked like this:
In fact, it still does look like that. In the above example, we can see that Bronze Beau, with a score of 16 comprised of four 4’s, has led in each of his last four races. At the other end of the spectrum, Flicka’s Boy and Oriental Splendour have both been held up in three of their last four races.
Understanding how the pace is likely to be – individual pace horses, the overall shape of the race, and where in the draw the pace is located – is super-important. But putting it into historical context is also highly valuable.
What I mean is that it’s all very well knowing that Bronze Beau likes to lead, but that may not help us if horses that lead at the track where this race is run (Beverley, in this example) have a poor historical record.
Gold's ‘pace blobs’ shine a torch on all races since 2009 over each course and distance, and present their findings in a super easy to consume format. Here’s how they look:
We can clearly see that horses which led over five furlongs at Beverley have an incredible 25% win record, and that more than half of them make the frame. In that context, Bronze Beau’s habit of making the running looks a lot more interesting!
And, as you can see, you don’t need to be Einstein to figure this out. Everything is colour coded in the traffic light format, with further detail both in the blobs and in the table directly underneath.
I don’t ever bet a race without checking this information, and nor should you. It is that crucial.
These are the main building blocks of the Gold formbook, but we still have a lot more for you.
For instance, we have been developing a suite of reports to help you hone in on the day’s under-the-radar contenders. These range from the fairly basic – like trainer and jockey (and trainer/jockey combination) form – to the less obvious, such as Trainer Change, Trainer Handicap 1st Run, and Trainer 2yo First Time.
Each report can be filtered to your tastes, and has a selection of different data ranges through which to view the information. Here are some examples of the reports to give you a feel...
Introducing Report Angles…
As the number of reports grew, we realised that it was taking more time for people to find the value bets they were seeking; and so we introduced an aggregator we call Report Angles.
This genius bit of kit enables users to define parameters for each report of interest, and to view qualifiers from all selected reports on a single page.
It looks like this:
But we also know that some people like to look 'bottom up', that is in the racecard, rather than 'top down' from a report. So we further developed our cards to include Report Angles qualifiers behind an icon. A red number denotes a Report Angle entry, as can be seen here:
Since we started back in early 2013, we’ve welcomed 21,462 users - and counting - to our racecards. For many, it has revolutionised their betting.
Only been a member of Geegeez Gold for a matter of weeks. I never seem to have much time so I go through the cards using the Instant Expert, Pace and Draw tabs to come up with a short list of selections. This list is usually about four or five horses on a typical day. Then I go on to the Full Form for those races and my list comes down to about one or two horses a day (or none!). I also use the Shortlist report every day.
Just wish I had more time but I must be doing something right as my betting bank is growing steadily. My biggest winner was a 28/1 shot at Ripon on 4th July although I had taken the early price of 20/1 not expecting it to drift!
My only regret is not finding Geegeez Gold earlier. Keep up the great work.
I use Gold for my in-running trades and bets. The pace tab is the feature I use the most. It's great for flagging up front runners, hold up types, etc.
Together with the speed ratings, draw stats, and the profitable running style data, it is a very powerful tool for finding good inplay trades.
I can get my selections quite quickly and all the information is presented in a way that is easy to understand. All the information I need is on Gold so no more wasting time jumping from site to site.
Been a Geegeez Gold member for nearly three years. I have been regularly following the Stat of the Day daily tip (which is my favourite aspect of Geegeez Gold) since I joined; and without placing huge bets, I am currently around £2500 in profit since the time I began!
The other aspect of Geegeez Gold which I really appreciate is the ability to correspond with the guys who run the site! They are a highly motivated team who are always keen to improve their service; they are invariably happy to listen and respond to any comments, gripes or suggestions which I have made over the time I have been with them. This sort of service is increasingly hard to find these days.
When you join Geegeez Gold, I think you will quickly find yourself wondering why you hadn't done so before!
Brilliant service, perhaps the best move I have made is subscribing. All data laid out in such a way that it's very easy to understand and has especially brought the pace of a race and the speed ratings to my attention when making my daily selections.
Very good site and the help videos are easy to watch and digest as they are delivered so well.
Helped me find some decent winners. The site is easy to use and is always improving. Probably one of my best decisions ever to join. Some great tips also, but if you like to find your own then all the info you will ever need is here.
I don't normally do recommendations but have no hesitation in recommending Geegeez.co.uk. It's all there at your fingertips with no clutter - saves me hours!!
The draw heat map is a great addition to Geegeez Gold.
I have far more confidence I can read a race correctly and have insight into both how pace and the draw work together.
I have used raceform interactive, flatstats and proform racing and this latest addition is by far the best tool available.
....recently enjoyed success with Instant Expert, including a would you believe it 50p each way accumulator (6 horses) that yielded £650 !!
I don't know how I ever managed without your service, you beat the Racing Post doing handstands.
The new pace angles are terrific, as is the Instant Expert.
As a Gold Subscriber, the form tools at my fingertips are fantastic and I've not seen them on any other site. I personally use Trainer/Jockey Combo, Shortlist and Instant Expert with much success and I'm only scratching the surface! Don't need to subscribe elsewhere, it's all here and more!
The single most useful tool on Geegeez is the traffic lights [Instant Expert]. A very quick way to shortlist a few races to look at in more depth. Closely followed by Full Form Filters once a race has been deemed worthy of further study.
After your month's £1 trial, Geegeez Gold costs just £36 per month - little more than a pound a day - and represents excellent value when set next to comparable (but typically inferior) products which cost as much as £106/month.
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But how will you know if Gold is for you? Well, by now I hope that you have a pretty good idea you’ll get on with it, and that it will move your horse racing betting up a gear. But I want to make it as easy as possible for you to put this brilliant tool kit to work for you.
So here’s the deal:
Take Geegeez Gold for a test drive for a month, for just £1. If you love it, do nothing and you’ll continue to enjoy the racecards, form tools, reports and tips at the subscription rate you choose, annual or monthly.
If it’s not for you, no problem. Just cancel your subscription at any time during the month, and you’ll never be billed again. Heck, if you really can’t get on with Gold, drop me a line and I’ll even refund your pound!
That’s how confident I am that you’re going to be wowed at what Gold has, and what it can do for you and your betting.
Oh, and if you forget to cancel, don't panic. Just send us a note and we'll get you sorted out promptly and without drama. That's how we do things at geegeez.co.uk
Winning at betting on horse racing is about having more knowledge than the next guy. Geegeez Gold is your unfair advantage. It packs so much information into its easy-to-use, quick-to-navigate, intuitive layouts.
To be honest, when I think about the poor folks relying on the newspaper or even some of the ‘better’ racing websites out there, I almost feel sorry for them. (Almost!)