Introducing draw data for all UK & Irish flat races

NEW: Gold Draw Data

It's something which has been long overdue, my own personal prejudices preventing its earlier arrival. But, finally, I'm pleased to report that draw data is now available to Geegeez Gold subscribers for all UK and Irish flat meetings. You'll find it under the 'Draw Beta' tab, and below is a 'ghetto video' explaining how it might be used for profit.

In the video, I cover the D + P + S = £ formula, a combination of information snippets that can be very powerful (and profitable) when used together.

If you can get past the first 40 seconds (!), I think you'll find this video very informative.

p.s. if you have a problem seeing the draw data, please refresh your browser cache - this link explains how.


I have updated the User Guide with draw information, too. You'll find that on your My Geegeez page, along with some other video links. Oh, and reference a couple of links in the video.

The first, an introduction to pace, can be found here:

The second, a signup link for Gold, is here:

If you have any questions or comments (about anything other than my singing voice - the less said, the better), please add them below, and I'll be happy to help.


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5 replies
  1. Josh Wright says:

    Good vid Matt, and well it had be laughing out loud for a few seconds – your singing voice is better than mine, which is saying something! 🙂 That is going to be a massive help on the Flat – esp when the ground changes. Cant wait for those big field sprint handicaps. Cheers.

  2. Matt Bisogno says:

    Stop Press: Two of the four highlighted horses finished 1st and 2nd.

    1st Coiste Bodhar 14/1
    2nd Imjin River 7/2
    Exacta paid: £79.40 for a £1 stake

    Perfect Peak was backed into 7/2, gave a lot of trouble (reared) in the stalls, and missed the break. :-/


  3. Andy says:

    Hahaha. Voice of an angel.

    Singing besides, that was a really useful video and you couldn’t have picked a better example, eh?

    Keep up the good work!

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      It’s the SR column, between OR and Odds on the Card tab, Kevin.


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