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Stat of the Day Update: 16th to 22nd July 2012

SotD Update 23/7/12

SotD Update 23/7/12

Stat of the Day Update: 16th to 22nd July 2012

A week of two halves this week, as we started off with a continuation of last
week's good form, before hitting 3 losing bets in a row, but still recording a
healthy profit on the week.

Selections & Results: 16/07/12 to 22/07/12

16/7: 3.15 Southwell: Flying Pickets (advised 13/2 E/W BOG) : won at 6/1
17/7: 4.00 Beverley: Moon Trip (advised 13/2 BOG) : won at 7/2
18/7: 4.00 Lingfield: The Holyman (advised 16/1 E/W BOG) : 3rd at 20/1
19/7: 6.10 Epsom: Shesha Bear (advised 5/1 BOG) : 3rd at 6/1
20/7: 5.15 Nottingham: West End Lad (advised 33/1 BOG) : meeting abandoned
21/7: 3.35 Cartmel: Colditz (advised 4/1 BOG) : unplaced at 4/1
22/7: 4.10 Newton Abbot: Lidjo de Rouge (advised 9/2 BOG) : unplaced at 4/1

16/7 to 22/7:
3 winning bets from 6
P/L: +10.06pts

July:
8 winners from 20 = 40.00% S.R
P/L: +25.06pts
POI = +125.30%

Overall:
72 winners from 230.5 = 30.73% S.R
P/L: +103.93pts
POI: +45.09%
plus a 12.03pt profit from 1 forecast => +115.96pts from a 231.5pt outlay = +50.09% POI

Stat of the Day, 23rd July 2012

Stat of the Day 23/7

Stat of the Day 23/7

Stat of the Day: 23rd July 2012

We could only record a 4th place finish from yesterday's old warrior Lidjo de Rouge, who was sent off at 4/1. He seemed to look disinterested in the midsection of the race before rallying again and staying on towards the end, but by then, the race was lost and even our place backers didn't see a return. Sunday and Monday racing have proved to be generally poor fayre of late and today looks to be following that same path!

But...every race must a winner and hopefully we can steer you towards one today as SotD clocks up the miles by heading back to Cumbria to look at a Northern specialist in a Class 5 Handicap Chase over 2m 1.5f. The going is set to be Good (but softer in places) and we're expecting to see 9 runners compete in the...

3.55 Cartmel

Trainer Harriet Graham doesn't have the largest yard in the North, with just 35 runners this year. She does, however have a decent record at Cartmel with a career win strike rate of 27% (7/26). This record is further improved to 6/11 in the last two years at the course, mainly due to the form displayed by today's selection, who had helped Mrs Graham towards a record of 5/12 in Cartmel chases (4/6 in the last 2 yrs!)

Our selection today is another old warrior: Soul Magic, whose record in Cartmel chases reads: 61111 and his record in chases over course & distance reads 1111. He notched up 4 consecutive C&D victories last "summer" and will hope to extend that run on his reappearance today. He wasn't on the top of his game at Hexham last time out, coming back from a two-month break, but he is expected to come on for that outing.

He is reunited with Gary Rutherford today, who was on board for 3 of the 4 C&D wins and also takes a useful 5lbs off today, which should help. it's not the best looking contest in the world, but as I said earlier, it needs a winner (and so do we!) and at 4/1 BOG generally, Soul Magic looks a decent proposition.

I'm taking the 4/1 BOG, but you can always pop back later to...

Click here for the latest odds for the 3.55 Cartmel.

Stat of the Day, 22nd July 2012

Stat of the Day 22/7

Stat of the Day 22/7

Stat of the Day: 22nd July 2012

No joy for Colditz or SotD yesterday, so we're making a long trip south from Cartmel in Cumbria to Devon some 320 miles away for a Class 5 Handicap Chase over the bare minimum 2 miles. The ground is said to be Good To Firm and we're expecting 9 runners to contest the...

4.10 Newton Abbot

Trainer Richard Harker doesn't send many horses to Newton Abbot, but his chasers tend to go well there: 2 winners and a place from his 5 representatives there in the last 2 years. He has just the one horse declared to run today and it's an old warrior: the 13-year-old Lidjo de Rouge. Our selection may well be considerably older than most of his rivals, but arrives here in good heart after two decent outings for his new yard.

He was second here a month ago and followed that up with a good win last Sunday at Stratford. He will, of course, be carrying a penalty for that win, but the drop in distance and the easier ground conditions should help to ease that extra burden. I also think that the booking of Richard Johnson is eye-catching and may well prove the difference between success and failure.

I wrote this piece at 1am, so not all the bookies had priced this one up yet. I've taken some of the 9/2 BOG that was on offer from bet365, but I strongly recommend that you...

Click here for the latest odds for the 4.10 Newton Abbot.

Stat of the Day, 18th July 2012

Stat of the Day 18/7

Stat of the Day 18/7

Stat of the Day: 18th July 2012

Well, folks, SotD went nap handed yesterday with our fifth consecutive winner. Our 13/2 shot Moon Trip opened at 5/1, eased in to 7/2 at the off and went away like a train. He made all from post to post and seemed to have plenty left at the end, finishing some 5 lengths clear of the field!

As each winner comes home recently, we're finding ourselves under increased pressure to keep the run going and in a bid to keep the scoreboard ticking over, we're travelling down to a damp, but leafy Lingfield for a Class 3 Handicap over 1m 5f. This was scheduled to be a mixed meeting, but all races today are now on the A/W surface and that should hopefully suit our selection in the...

4.00 Lingfield

Our selection today is The Holyman, who seems to enjoy the surface at Lingfield, having won three times and secured a further place from just five outings.

He was in fine form earlier in the year, notching up back to back victories at course & distance and has since been well rested. He should come back fresh and ready to try and repeat his front-running exploits from January & February. If he can hit the front and stay out of trouble, then he has a very good chance of making it home. This is, however, a tougher proposition than his previous outings and he does race from a pound out of the handicap, but all things considered, I think he will represent good value for at least a place.

All this considered, the increased difficulty is reflected in the price and The Holyman is generally a 12/1 chance, however Betfred are currently going 16/1 BOG, so I've taken that as an E/W bet for today, but you can always...

Click here for the latest odds for the 4.00 Lingfield.

Stat of the Day Update: 9th to 15th July 2012

SotD Update 16/7/12

SotD Update 16/7/12

Stat of the Day Update: 9th to 15th July 2012

SotD's recent poor run came to an abrupt end this week, as Matt came into some excellent form: with 3 winners and a non-runner from the last 4 days' selections, including the latest in his series of big priced successes, as Stature swept home home on Thursday to start the ball rolling.

Selections & Results: 09/07/12 to 15/07/12

9/7: 7.10 Windsor: Monymusk (advised 20/1 E/W BOG): unplaced at 20/1
10/7: 7.05 Southwell: Frederickthegreat (advised 0.5pts at 11/2 BOG) : unplaced at 9/1
10/7: 8.35 Southwell: Tunnager Grove (advised 0.5pts at 11/4 BOG) : 2nd at 5/1
11/7: 2.15 Wexford: Cuteasafox (advised 8/1 BOG) : unplaced at 5/1
12/7: 2.25 Newmarket: Stature (advised 18.5 win & place at betfair) : won at 12/1
13/7: 7.05 Chester: Jwala (advised 9/4 BOG) : non-runner
14/7: 3.10 Newbury: Soul (advised 5/2 BOG) : won at 3/1
15/7: 3.50 Stratford: Passato (advised 7/2 BOG) : won at 9/4

9/7 to 15/7:
3 winning bets from 7
P/L: +13.9pts

July:
5 winners from 14 = 35.71% S.R
P/L: +15.0pts
POI = +107.14%

Overall:
69 winners from 224.5 = 30.73% S.R
P/L: +93.87pts
POI: +41.81%
plus a 12.03pt profit from 1 forecast => +105.9pts from a 225.5pt outlay = +46.96% POI

 

Congratulations to all those who kept the faith! 😀

Stat of the Day, 10th July 2012

Stat of the Day 10/7

Stat of the Day 10/7

Stat of the Day: 10th July 2012

There's not a great deal to say about yesterday's selection. I advised a 20/1 price, the horse went off at 20/1 and ran like a 20/1 shot!
Perhaps that last part is a little harsh, as Monymusk certainly made every effort to get home and put some good work in between the 3f and 1f poles, but weakened quite badly late on: eventually finishing back in 8th place, a good 18 lengths away from the money.

To make the best of this glorious British summer we're having, we're taking SotD off to the beach today for a Class 6 Claimer over a mile on the Nottinghamshire Fibresand, as ten 3yr olds line up to do battle in the...

7.05 Southwell

Trainer Hughie Morrison's recent record at the is track is excellent with 22 winners from 70 here bringing a level stakes profit of almost 30pts. His place strike rate is a very creditable 64% too. We can further draw down on Mr Morrison's figures here and see that in 2012 alone, his record is 9 winners and 5 placers from just 18 races: incredible stuff! But wait, we're not quite finished there: his 3 yr olds are 6 wins and 2 places from 8 in 2012. He clearly is our trainer to go to at present for Southwell.

So, let's look at his entries for tonight. he has two runners at the track this evening. The first of which is Frederickthegreat who runs at 7.05 and is making his first appearance on the Fibresand, but the yard so have an uncanny knack of getting their charges to fire on their track debut. The horse will be in good hands this evening with Darryll Holland on board. Darryll also has a tremendous record at Southwell with a 25% win strike rate (9pts profit) and a 44% place strike rate in the last couple of years.

It should also be noted that  Messrs Morrison & Holland don't often team up together at Southwell: just 4 occasions in the past, but these resulted in two winners and a place! Their only combination with a 3yr old runner came 7 weeks ago when Abi Scarlet was a 2.5 lengths winner.

When we combine all these isolated facts into one piece, it's enough for me to put forward Frederickthegreat as a selection for SotD and I recommend the current 11/2 BOG on offer from bet365, but you can always...

Click here for the latest odds for the 7.05 Southwell.

Now, in these times of financial uncertainty, we often see lots of special offers on the high street and today we're going to give you a two-for-one offer!

Our Morrison/Holland partnership have a second 3 yr old runner on the Southwell card in the form of Tunnager Grove (8.35 race), who ran really well at Warwick last time out, finishing second, despite having no luck whatsoever in running and a drop to 6f this evening might well be the trick. Obviously all the above stats still apply and the recommended bet is 11/4 BOG with Paddy Power, but please do click here for the latest odds for the 8.35 Southwell.

So, that's 2 x 0.5pts win bets for today.
All the best and I'll be back tomorrow!

 

Stat of the Day Update: 2nd to 8th July 2012

SotD Update 9/7/12

SotD Update 9/7/12

Stat of the Day Update: 2nd to 8th July 2012

Last week's rain-affected week was a losing one, but the rationale behind SotD was highlighted on Saturday at Haydock Park.

My selection on Thursday was a product of the good Haydock record of John Holt (click here!) and Emperatriz would have been an 8/1 E/W selection, but for a couple of non-runners. This left us with a 5/1 straight win bet and a second place finish! However, Mr Holt sent another horse to Haydock on Saturday, where Number Theory ran out a good 8/1 winner in the Old Newton Cup. Keep your eye on any future runners he sends to Haydock!

Selections & Results: 02/07/12 to 08/07/12

2/7: 8.25 Ffos Las: Andalieb (advised 10/3 BOG) : abandoned
3/7: 6.40 Stratford: Rebel Dancer (advised 5/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 4/1
4/7: 8.00 Kempton: Spensley (advised 0.5pts @ 9/2 BOG) : unplaced at 13/2
4/7: 9.00 Kempton: Rossetti (advised 0.25pts E/W @ 14/1 BOG) : unplaced at 16/1
5/7: 2.50 Haydock: Emperatriz (advised 5/1 BOG) : 2nd at 5/1
6/7: 4.35 Sandown: Chain of Events (advised 14/1 BOG E/W) : unplaced at 15/2
7/7: 6.55 Bellewstown: Redera (advised 11/1 BOG E/W) : 3rd at 11/2
8/7: 4.15 Market Rasen: Kirkhammerton : Non-runner

2/7 to 8/7:
1 winning bets from 6
P/L: -3.4pts

July:
2 winners from 7 = 28.57% S.R
P/L: +1.1pts
POI = +15.71%

Overall:
66 winners from 218.5 = 30.21% S.R
P/L: +79.97pts
POI: +36.60%
plus a 12.03pt profit from 1 forecast => +92.0pts from a 219.5pt outlay = +41.91% POI

 

Stat of the Day, 9th July 2012

Stat of the Day 09/07

Stat of the Day 09/07

Stat of the Day: 9th July 2012

No play yesterday for SotD as Kirkhammerton was just one of a large number of withdrawals across the programme. So, we've kept our powder dry and we'll use yesterday's stake on what might seem a speculative punt today!

Monday evenings mean Windsor, so we we're heading to Royal Berkshire this evening for a Class 4 Handicap for 3 yr olds. Nine runners are set to go to post as we tackle the...

7.10 Windsor

Monday's racing on the whole is largely uninspiring stuff and today is no exception, but a closer inspection of trainers' place strike rates gives us an opportunity today.

David Elsworth's record in handicap races in July from 2010 to today reads: 13 wins from 40 with 6 other horses placed: a win strike rate of  32.5% and a place strike rate of 47.5%, which shows us that he generally has his string in good nick at this time of year. If we look at his record at Windsor specifically over the same period, we see that he has managed to get 13 of 25 runners into the frame for a place strike rate of 52%.

With these figures in mind, we set about finding a likely placer for today and we discover, in true SotD form that mr Elsworth only has the one runner at the track this evening: Monymusk.

Monymusk isn't the world's greatest by any stretch of the imagination, but this contest looks wide open and carrying the bottom weight of 8-11 might just tip things in our favour. He did show some signs of ability in a couple of maidens earlier, before running well last time out here at Windsor, before he was badly hampered, ending any chances he might have had that day.

Monymusk is a speculative one today and this is reflected in the current best price of 20/1 BOG with Paddy Power and/or Betfred. I've taken 0.5pts E/W at that price, but feel free to wait, come back and...

Click here for the latest odds for the 7.10 Windsor.

Stat of the Day, 8th July 2012

Stat of the Day 08/07

Stat of the Day 08/07

Stat of the Day: 8th July 2012

Some respite for SotD followers yesterday as Redera came home in 3rd place. He finished more than 8 lengths in front of the next horse, but he never looked like troubling the first two home. In fact, he was some 15 lengths shy of the runner-up! But as an E/W bet, we collected something and we move on to fight again!

It's all about course specialists today as we head off to rural Lincolnshire for a 2 mile, 6.5 furlong Class 4 Handicap Chase, where ten runners will do battle on the soft ground in the...

4.15 Market Rasen

As I said earlier, we're looking at course specialists today: trainer Barry Leavy's record over the last couple of years reads 11330, whilst jockey Timmy Murphy's record at the track reads 01221 and none of Mr Leavy's five runners were ridden by Mr Murphy. The fact they both have 2 winners and 2 places from 5 is purely coincidental: but the kind of thing we like here at SotD!

It will, by now, not be a surprise to hear both trainer and jockey have just one entry planned for today and that is obviously our selection for today: Kirkhammerton.

Kirkhammerton, himself, is no stranger to Market Rasen, with his own record here in the last couple of years reading 133: including a win and a place over today's chase course. Kirkhammerton was narrowly beaten by Delgany Gunner at Uttoxeter last time out, but our selection re-opposes 2lbs better off today, which should be enough to reverse that form and he's now carrying bottom weight, which looks very lenient if he can run to anything like the form he is capable of producing.

I was half tempted to suggest another E/W bet, but I think the 7/1 BOG on offer at both Ladbrokes and William Hill is very reasonable, so I have taken some of that as a win only bet. If you choose to wait or even go E/W on this one, then I recommend you...

Click here for the latest odds for the 4.15 Market Rasen.

 

Stat of the Day, 7th July 2012

Stat of the Day 07/07

Stat of the Day 07/07

Stat of the Day: 7th July 2012

Yesterday's selection Chain of Events ran really well for a mile and led the pack at a decent pace, but faded away quite badly late on and could only troop home back in 8th place, some 9 lengths or so away from the winner. We did, however, manage to beat the book again, as out recommended 14/1 shot was sent out at a little over half those odds at 15/2.

With the continuing uncertainty surrounding UK racing (inspections due at Beverley & Haydock with Carlisle, Leicester & Nottingham already abandoned!), we're off across the water to County Meath today for a 2 mile 4 furlong Handicap Hurdle for 4yr olds and over. The ground is set to be heavy for the 12 runners contesting the...

6.55 Bellewstown

Trainer Tony Martin has only sent 7 NH runners to Bellewstown in the past couple of years and all of them have made the first three home, with four of them going on to actually win. Meanwhile, jockey Ruby Walsh's record at the track is almost as good and he's by far the most successful jockey at this track in recent years.

It will now come as no surprise that today's SotD horse is trained by Tony Martin and ridden by Ruby Walsh! Tony has 3 horses running today, whilst Ruby is down for 3 rides, but they only team up for the one race, where Ruby will ride our selection Redera.

Redera has a course victory under his belt and whilst not at the top of his game last time out hurdling at Aintree in April, has had a run on the flat to freshen him up. I'm not entirely convinced that he'll win today, but the trainer and jockey stats suggest a placed finish would be attainable. And if the horse runs to anything like the form he achieved in 2011 (3 hurdles wins inside 3 weeks under Ruby Walsh!), then that should be enough.

Redera is currently best priced at 11/1 (BOG, of course) with Paddy Power, so I'm taking 0.5pts E/W of that, but you can always...

Click here for the latest odds for the 6.55 Bellewstown .

 

Stat of the Day, 6th July 2012

Stat of the Day 06/07

Stat of the Day 06/07

Stat of the Day: 6th July 2012

Good Morning (just!), apologies for the lateness of SotD today. Atrocious weather in East Lancashire overnight resulted in a loss of power, which has only recently been restored and conditions here are more suited to the Boat Race than horse racing. Today's cards & weather do not make for an easy punting experience and I'd suggest you tread very carefully. If this rain persists, it could make life very difficult for racing at Haydock, Doncaster & Beverley: Warwick has already gone!

Our difficulties have been further compounded by the sudden withdrawal of today's selection whilst I was compilng this piece, so I've had to go back to the drawing board for a secondary option!

So, we're now going to tackle a 10-furlong, Class 3 Handicap on what is probably the dryest track being used today! Our race is the...

4.35 Sandown

Trainer Sarah Humphrey isn't renowned for her flat racing prowess: just 13 runners in 5 years! And before March of this year, she'd never sent any horses (flat or jumps!) to Sandown Park. Her charge that day was a faller in the grand Military Gold Cup priced at 40/1. Since then she has had 2 entries on the flat here at Sandown: both contested by and indeed won by today's SotD selection: Chain of Events.

Chain of Events ran twice at Sandown in 2011 for previous trainer Neil King, resulting in two places (a 2nd and a 3rd). Since moving to Sarah Humphrey, he has woth both outings over Course & Distance, once on Soft ground and once on Good ground.

He obviously likes the course, will get the ground, even if it softens up a touch and is in good heart as he attempts to complete a hat-trick in a shade over 5 weeks. This race, however, looks tougher than his 2 previous outings and as such, I'm putting him forward as an E/W bet today, and I've taken some of the 14/1 BOG widely available this morning, but you can (and really should!)...

Click here for the latest odds for the 4.35 Sandown .

Stat of the Day, 5th July 2012

Stat of the Day 05/07

Stat of the Day 05/07

Stat of the Day: 5th July 2012

A frustrating first day back in the SotD hot seat for me yesterday! My initial selection fell foul of the great British weather, so I went with split stakes on two runners from the Fanshawe/Fallon partnership. Both drifted from my advised price and both were well beaten. There's little to add to that, as we move on to today's quest for a winner. Our search takes us off to the North West of England today to tackle a Class 5 Maiden Fillies Stakes for 2 yr olds.

The going is set to be Good to Soft, which itself is testimony to the excellent work done by the grounds staff (we've had a deluge up here in the last few weeks!) and 12 runners are set to do battle in the...

2.50 Haydock

Trainer John Holt isn't exactly a household name, nor does he have the biggest string of horses: just 63 runners in the last 12 months! These 63 runners only produced 6 winners and 12 placed horses, so why are we looking at him for SotD?

His record at Haydock is out of kilter with his general profile: his career stats here are 4 wins and 4 places from just 11 entries and his record in the last couple of years is 3 wins and 3 places from just 7 races: excellent stuff if we can find an E/W opportunity!

And in true SotD style: Mr Holt has just one runner put today and it's at Haydock in the shape of Emperatriz. This horse is from a lightly raced dam and Holy Roman Emperor, who was no slouch himself, so the breeding looks good. She ran well on debut, finishing 2 lengths behind Boomshackerlacker at Newmarket on soft ground. She was a 66/1 shot that day and I expect her to come on for that run.

John Holt has only ever sent one 2 yr old to Haydock and that was a winner too, so here's hoping he can double up with Emperatriz. As I started to write this piece, our selection was a good 8/1 E/W prospect, but the withdrawal of 3 runners, including the favourite leaves us with a 9 runner race and best odds of 5/1 (bet365), I still think there's some value in that price as a win bet, so that's where my money's going today, but you can always...

Click here for the latest odds for the 2.50 Haydock .

Stat of the Day Update: 25th June to 1st July 2012

SotD Weekly Update 02/07

SotD Weekly Update 02/07

Stat of the Day Update: 25th June  to 1st July

SotD found a couple of decent winners this week, but we were unable to prevent June from being a losing month. A loss of 1.71pts was endured thorugh the month, with many a story of oh, so close!

However, July has kicked off in fine form with a 9/2 winner yesterday and the optimists amongst us (of which I'm one!) will point to the fact that SotD (well, Matt, to be precise!) has now given us 3 winners from the last 8 selections for a profit of some 13 points. Well done, that man!

Selections & Results: 25/06/12 to 01/07/12

25/6: 5.00 Chepstow: Caramelita (advised 5/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 8/1
26/6: 6.45 Ballinrobe: Maal (advised 10/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 6/1
27/6: 3.30 Carlisle: Fazza (advised 14/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 10/1
28/6: 2.50 Yarmouth: Les Verguettes (advised 11/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 9/1
29/6: 8.40 Newmarket: Greek War (advised 13/2 BOG) : won at 9/2
30/6: 4.05 Newmarket: Quintilian (advised 4/1 BOG) : unplaced at 5/1
01/7: 4.35 Uttoxeter: Changing The Guard (advised 7/2 BOG) : won at 9/2

25/6 to 1/7:
2 winning bets from 7
P/L: +6.0pts

June:
8 winners from 27.5 = 29.09% S.R
P/L: -1.71pts
POI = -6.22%

July:
1 winner from 1 = 100% S.R
P/L: +4.50pts
POI = +450%

Overall:
65 winners from 213.5 = 30.44% S.R
P/L: +83.37pts
POI: +39.05%
plus a 12.03pt profit from 1 forecast => +95.4pts from a 214.5pt outlay = +44.48% POI

 

All the best,

Chris

Stat of the Day Update: 11th to 24th June 2012

SotD Weekly Update 25/6

SotD Weekly Update 25/6

Stat of the Day Update: 11th to 24th June

No update last Monday, due to Royal Ascot preparations, so here's a rundown of the last fortnight at SotD, as June continued to be a war of attrition!

We had two non-runners over fortnight and as such we staked 11.5pts on 12 horses. From these twelve, we only found one outright winner and one E/W placer. Yet we remain in good heart and well in profit despite a small loss on the fortnight. We are still confident on delivering long-term success from this service and this is borne out by seeing that of the 10 "losers" we selected in the 2 weeks, another 4 of them made the frame, so our place strike rate ran at 50%. Once we convert those places into more wins: we'll all be happy!  😀

Selections & Results: 11/06/12 to 24/06/12

11/6: 3.45 Folkestone: Anjomarba (advised 5/1 BOG) : 3rd at 7/2
12/6: 2.45 Lingfield: Jay Bee Blue (advised 25/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 9/1
13/6: 3.10 Yarmouth: 0.5pts win on both Sleigh Bells & Dine Out : N/R & unplaced
14/6: 5.35 Newbury: Sail Home (advised 7/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 13/2
15/6: 5.30 Chepstow: Croeso mawr (advised 4/1 BOG) : 2nd at 11/4
16/6: 8.35 Lingfield: Edgeworth (advised 4/1 BOG) : unplaced at 4/1
17/6: 4.40 Doncaster: She's A Character (advised 12/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 8/1
18/6: 6.10 Windsor: Urban Space (advised 9/2 BOG) : 2nd at 7/2
19/6: 9.10 Newton Abbot: Foundry Square (advised 2/1 BOG) : 2nd at 4/5
20/6: 6.15 Worcester: Mzuri Bay (advised 16/1 E/W BOG) : 2nd at 11/1
21/6: 4.35 Ripon: Dimashq (advised 14/1 E/W BOG) : N/R
22/6: 8.15 Ayr: Daring Dream (advised 11/2 BOG) : unplaced at 5/1
23/6: 4.20 Down Royal: Sindjara (advised 6/1 BOG) : N/R
24/6: 4.30 Hexham: Desolait (advised 7/1 E/W BOG) : won at 13/2

11/6 to 24/6:
2 winning bets from 11.5 (only 0.5pts staked in one race!)
P/L: -3.62pts

June:
7 winners from 21.5 = 32.56% S.R
P/L: -3.21pts
POI = -14.93%

Overall:
63 winners from 206.5 = 30.51% S.R
P/L: +77.37pts
POI: +37.47%
plus a 12.03pt profit from 1 forecast => +89.4pts from a 207.5pt outlay = +43.08% POI

There has been a rumbling debate about the value of our selections/service at SotD, but to have delivered a profit of 43% of stakes invested over a 7 month period shows consistency and a continuing of our success in getting the horses backed at the right prices.

All the best,

Chris