Stat of the Day

SotD Update, 6th to 11th July 2015

Stat of the Day : Update

Stat of the Day : Update

Stat of the Day Update: 06/07/15 to 11/07/15

The recent purple patch continued for SotD, as two more winners took the tally since June 1st to 15 winners from 35 bets and this week's excellent 3.16pts profit have pushed our bottom line up by almost 33pts in that same timeframe.

Such success is clearly unsustainable, but hopefully I'm putting enough profit into your betting banks to create a buffer zone for the sadly inevitable tougher times ahead.

The plan has always been that we play with the bookies' money in leaner times and that should still be the case here!

Selections & Results: 06/07/15 to 11/07/15

06/07: Harwoods Volonte (adv 5/2 BOG) : 2nd at 15/8
07/07: Neutron Bomb (adv 6/1 BOG) : u/p at 6/1
08/07: Stoneham (adv 5/1 BOG) : u/p at 7/1
09/07: Jan Van Hoof (adv 10/3 BOG = 2.66/1 after R4) : WON at 9/4
10/07: Cyril (adv 9/2 BOG) : WON at 4/1
11/07: Chadic (adv 4/1 BOG) : 3rd at 5/4

06/07/15 to 11/07/15 :
2 winning bets from 6
P/L: +3.16pts

4 winners from 10 = 40.00% S.R.
P/L: +8.66pts
POI = +86.60%

338 winners from 1164 = 29.04% S.R
P/L: +299.11pts
ROI: +25.70%
plus a 12pt profit from 1 forecast => +311.11pts from a 1165pt outlay = +26.70% ROI

P.S. The full month by month SotD story can be found right here.
P.P.S The review of SotD's 2012 performance is here.

Whilst the details for 2013 are now online here.
And the figures for 2014 are now available here.

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3 replies
  1. (John) Paul Ambrose says:

    Cheers Chris. Stop talking about losing runs haha. Fantastic stuff the last six weeks.

  2. RoyalAcademy says:

    Fantastic results as ever.

    May I ask if you have selected (m)any horses from Irish racing? From my experience, opportunities are few and far between.

    The one area I find that is very much “under the radar” is trainers targeting the same races (of any class) from year to year and this can be profitable, especially in the place market.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Hi David,

      I do use the Irish tracks from time to time, both for SotD and Double Dutch, but I’m not as well read on it as I would be on the UK scene.
      I also don’t really like punting on races with more than 12 runners and there seems to be plenty of big fields in moderate races over there.

      But I’ll never say never.


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