The Protege System: Day 9 Update / Day 10 Selections

The Protege Day 9 – Selections/Results 20th May 2009

Opening Bank = £693.48

Goodwood 14:50 – La Pantera (Won 11/4F)

Goodwood 15:25 – Free Agent (unplaced); Alwaary (Won 5/1); Beauchamp Xerxes (2nd 9/1); Canwinn (non-runner); Chock A Block (unplaced); Sight Unseen (3rd 7/4F)

Goodwood 16:35 – Kris Kin Line (3rd 4/1JF); Sabotage (2nd 4/1JF); Aasifa (unplaced); Barter (unplaced); Chicora (unplaced); Fleurissimo (non-runner); Tanfidh (non-runner)

Goodwood 17:10 – Al Rakhaa (non-runner); Baheeva (unplaced)

Lingfield 14:00 – Akmal (Won 15/8F)

5 races with qualifiers

17 qualifiers (4 non-runners)

Staked (1 point (£10 win) per running selection at SP) = £130.00

Return (including original stake) = £126.25

Closing Bank = £689.73


A small loss on the day but nonetheless, another losing day making this 8 losing days out of 9 since we started monitoring this “system”. The bank is now showing a loss of 31.03%.

Day 10 – Selections 21st May 2009

Opening Bank = £689.73

Goodwood 14:15 – Aattash;

Goodwood 16:00 – Copperbeech; Fallen In Love; Splashdown

Goodwood 17:10 – Honours Stride; My Chestnut Girl; Repitischa; Saa'ida

Haydock 14:25 – Rjeef

Haydock 15:00 – Key Breeze

Haydock 16:45 – Charity Belle

Sandown 17:50 – Exotic Beauty; She’s Ok

Salisbury 20:15 – Dubai Legend

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4 replies
  1. Colin says:

    Im afraid La Pantera was not actually a selection yesterday as it is owned by Ms V O’Sullivan who is not one of the owners listed for Richard Hannon in the system. Velvet Band was the selection for the 2.50 at Goodwood, so losses actually higher yesterday unfortunately.

    And today you have missed Chanrossa in the 8.00 at Sandown – Ed Dunlop/St Albans Partnership.

    System just doesnt seem to work for me – too many selections.

  2. John says:

    Colin, many thanks for your comments and you are of course right and these corrections will be made by me in the next posting.

    It is very important that selections are accurate when reviewing a system otherwise it could bring the whole review into question. As a consequence I would like to apologise to Matt and his loyal readership for these errors.

    On a lighter note, and as Colin has already pointed out, there are frequently far too many qualifiers in many races which if followed slavishly ,as dictated by the “system”, exposes the punter to a high financial risk.

    When the review completes at the end of the month I hope to include a full analysis of all races/qualifiers covered in the hope that it may identify qualifier race types to avoid.

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi John,

      I’d just like to place on record my gratitude for the fantastic job you’re doing. It’s a really difficult system to track, because there are so many runners, and only in certain race types (as I discovered!).

      Keep up the excellent work.


      p.s. Thanks Colin for keeping us honest. 🙂

  3. bob marsden says:

    hi matt ive still got nearly all programmes and badges from the suluk days ,,,memories you never forget,,,anyway thanks to you and all your system testers you do a great job ..i just wish to thank you matt for another super winner today ie mujood ,,, yours in sport bob m

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