Twin Star and David Probert win the ESL Group Handicap at Chester. 14/9/2018 Pic Steve Davies/Racingfotos.com

The latest in a periodic feature designed to showcase various elements of the Geegeez Gold toolkit, as well as hopefully bag winner or three, I've run the rule over two races on Saturday. Both feature draw and pace biases which might help to shortlist the winner.

The Chester race has a positive bias while the Goodwood heat has a negative bias. Of course, horses do overcome biases but that is not generally the way to wager (unless the price vindicates the play).

Have a watch of the video and sharpen up your usage of the draw and pace tools in particular.

Matt

7 replies
  1. fingers
    fingers says:

    Hi Matt.
    As always a well presented description of how to use Geegeez Gold which I know is beneficial to a lot of members although I use this approach on every bet and look at the trainer/jockey stat which in the case of Princess Power is 33% win and 58% place.

  2. cadbar123
    cadbar123 says:

    Thanks Matt, once again really useful to watch. Much appreciate you taking the time to share.

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