It's been another bumper year of content on geegeez, the daily news and pointers feeds supplemented by some outstanding contributions from our editorial team. What follows is a selection of some of the top posts published here in 2022.
Beneath the pick of the posts, I've also added links to the author's full article lists if you want to read more from a particular writer.
Dave Renham sets the scene for the considered use of systematic betting, and how to start out on the right foot.
In one of a number of follow up articles, Dave looks at how to create shortlists from rule-based systems, and why this offers greater flexibility.
Here, I looked at the pointers from the spring festivals in terms of next season's Cheltenham Festival, in the hope of unearthing a value long range play or two. How are they doing?
In this long read, I examined some of the major challenges jump racing faces; why they exist; and what might be done to resolve them.
Dave spent a lot of time in 2022 writing about draw bias, and he closed out his series with a two-part top ten. This first half looks at 10-6.
Naturally enough, if you were interested in positions ten to six, you'll want to know the top five. These are those...
Regular readers will know the emphasis we place on understanding run style. In this article, Dave outlines why it's so important and how to use history as a future profit indicator. Part 2 of this article can be found here.
The Breeders' Cup is one of my favourite meetings of the year, and in 2022 it featured the monster Flightline as its headline act. Betting was, erm, not straightforward, as this tale relates...
A new member of the scribbling team in 2022 is David Massey, whose irreverent tales of his travels and travails on track have been a refreshing 'easy read' counterpoint to some of the hard data entries above. In this episode, Dave recounts his great 'fortune' to be doing the circuit this particular week.
Author Article Lists
Below are each author's own page, where all of their articles can be found. For the curious/voracious reader, these are a treasure trove of racing tales and profitable pointers, and much more besides. Enjoy!
We'll all be back before you know it with more of the same in 2023 (and a smidge more still in 2022).
And, one final time before the year closes, I'd like say that I know you have a huge array of choice of where to go and what to read for your racing fix; we're extremely grateful that geegeez.co.uk is a part of that mix.
From all of us here, wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year, and the best of luck for 2023.