The hottest of hot systems at the moment, dear reader, is SmartMoneyPunter... at least if the number of emails hitting the inbox is anything to go by.
Now we all love a good long-priced winner, and the chaps over at SMP have been crowing from the rafters about their big priced winners in the last couple of days.
But are they legitimate? And how has the system performed overall? Read on, as I reveal all in a Geegeez exclusive...!
The system itself weighs in at just 26 pages, which is relatively short these days, but still plenty long enough to disseminate all the info you need.
It relies on a very interesting selection pattern, which I've not really seen before. When I read it, I had serious reservations about how successful SmartMoneyPunter could be.
When I checked it, this is what I found. Note, I went to The Oval to watch cricket last night, so had to stop tracking at that point in time. (Quite fun that 20/20 stuff, never been before. Will probably go again...)
2.20 Cane Cat 4th at 33/1
2.50 Fizzlephut 9th at 14/1
3.20 Tinkerbelle 2nd at 6/1 - Spring Quartet 12th 16/1
4.50 Stamford Blue 10th at 5/1 - Divine White 8th at 33/1
2.00 La Fortunata 3rd at 33/1
2.30 Steamer 7th at 40/1
3.00 Capitelli 7th at 12/1 - Whisky Galore 5th at 14/1
3.30 Kingaroo 11th at 14/1 - General Zhukov 1st at 20/1 (25 Betfair SP)
4.30 Drifting Gold 2nd at 8/1 - Ten Down 9th at 25/1
2.10 Belle Eponine 8th at 16/1 - Dance For Julie 3rd at 40/1
3.10 Rosko 6th at 6/1 - Spirit Of France 2nd at 16/1
3.40 Rasaman 6th at 9/2 - Stolt 7th at 16/1
4.40 Bold Ring 4th at 16/1
Using the recommended staking plan, you'd have had the following:
Win bets: 2 Â Â Â Stakes: Â£2Â Â Â Returns: Â£0Â Â Profit / Loss: -Â£2
Each way: 13Â Stakes: Â£26 Returns: Â£37.50Â Profit / Loss: +Â£11.50
Place bets: 6Â Â Stakes: Â£6Â Â Returns: Â£19.25Â Profit / Loss: +Â£13.25
So, all told, a very interesting day.
I'm still not sure whether this system has longevity, so I'll track it for the rest of the week. [Note, due to the nature of the selection process, it is impossible to tell you the runners in advance. It does require tracking of the betting market.]
If you want to read more about Smart Money Punter, click here.
Personally, I'd hang fire for a couple of days before investing - even if it means potentially missing a big-priced winner - to see how the system fares over at least a few days, rather than just one.
They race this evening at Beverley, and there was nothing strong enough to go up as a Flat Racing Profiles draw selection.
However, in the Hilary Needler Trophy, a Listed race at 7.20, the draw is a major negative for both The Hermitage and Little Scotland (2nd and 3rd favourites).
Favoured by the draw are the favourite, Don't Tell Mary (trained by Super Tom Dascombe), and best drawn of all, Tillys Tale. Depending on the odds later, I may lay the former couple and back the latter pair.
Just to also say, there was another winner yesterday for the seller system, with El Dececy returning a very well-backed 8/11 favourite.
I'll be back a little later with a very short post, updating you on the progress of Lowlay, and highlighting today's pick.