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Saturday 2nd September: Video Preview

In this video post, I've taken a look at six of Saturday's sprints, as well as the big handicap hurdle from Newton Abbot.

 

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    • Matt Bisogno says:

      You’re welcome Jonny. Glad you enjoyed it. Hopefully there is more than just ‘how to’ content in there. A winner certainly wouldn’t go amiss!

      Matt

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      • Jonny11 says:

        Find it encouraging that I’d broadly picked the same in the sprints beforehand! Love the site and video support/tutorials etc by the way, really sharpened my understanding and confidence rather than betting blindly all of the time based on stats. Been a very good flat season so far!

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  1. om0202 says:

    Good video Matt. One point to note, Guishan last week at Chester was drawn 11 so I didn’t back it – doh!

    Another question – do you have separate figures longterm for 5F on AW?

    Finally a request – a video on using the query tool with the speed ratings. I’m sure there must be angles to exploit but I can’t get my head round how?

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    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Mike

      The price makes the play always, as you know. So a wide draw is not insurmountable, it just means the extra difficulty of winning from there needs to be factored into the potential returns. I think I mentioned in the video that a couple of scenarios – pace collapse, or no inside pace – can help wider drawn horses at Chester, and indeed generally.

      Re 5f AW, separate what figures? Didn’t understand this bit (sorry).

      QT and the ratings? Hmm, I haven’t actually looked at that in depth myself. Though I can tell you we’re about to start work on a set of ratings pars: an average rating per course/distance/class/age which previous winners had performed to. It’s a fairly big job so not sure how long it will take, but will be an interesting and welcome addition.

      Matt

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