Racing Revelation – Day 14 Selections / Results

Day 14 Selections / Results – 18th May 2010

A good start to the day with the first two winners and a nice return for the "main method".

Nottingham 14:00 - Won (16/1)

Musselburgh 14:10 - Won (8/13F)

Nottingham 14:30 - Placed

Nottingham 16:30 - Unplaced

Towcester 20:10 - Unplaced

Carlisle 21:00 - Unplaced

Main method Profit on the day = £126.15; Alternative method Loss on the day = £13.85

Main method accumulated (Profit) = £66.55; Alternative method accumulated (Loss) = - £43.45

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Happy punting.


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6 replies
  1. Paul says:

    Hi Matt, and thanks for the system. I have tried to repeat your results, but find quite a few discrepancies – perhaps you can put me straight where I am going wrong – for instance I agree all the first 7 selections, then found 5 qualifiers: Royal Engineer, Il Divo, Scroll, Drawn Out, Grandad Bill. All of these aren’t shown in your results. There are quite a lot more-help, where am I going off the rails?

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Paul

      I’m not sure which system you’re referring to here… and I’m also not sure how you’re trying to rectify things. Without that information, I’ve no chance of assisting, alas.

      Please send me an email with specifics, and I’ll be better able to help.



  2. Paul says:

    Sorry Matt, should have been more specific – It’s the Two Year Old Bomb system.

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Paul

      I think the confusion comes from using horseracebase to confirm what is in RSB, i.e. comparing apples with pears (or at least Golden Delicious with Granny Smith!)

      There is a nuance with RSB where a race of say 6f 5yds is not included as a 6f race, as it is considered to be longer than 6f.
      If you include all races at up to 6 1/2 furlongs, you’d get the following, which is actually even more profitable – but does have one very bad year of data, which is why I omitted it.


      2005 20 108 18.52 109.39 101.29
      2006 22 115 19.13 80.35 69.87
      2007 16 145 11.03 -75.59 -52.13
      2008 28 123 22.76 59.74 48.57
      2009 27 114 23.68 108.13 94.85
      113 605 18.68 282.02 46.61

  3. Paul says:

    Aha! Thanks Matt. I have to confirm that my earlier researches confirmed this as a profitable system – otherwise I wouldn’t have troubled you.

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