Few things are more frustrating than having a chunky Rule 4 deduction from a good bet, where you didn't even fancy the horse which was withdrawn.
Naturally, the chance of your bet winning is enhanced by the reduced number of rivals, and in any case you might have been wrong not to 'like' the withdrawn horse. But still, it's a situation that is frequently frustrating.
So, in today's video post, I want to highlight a way to put the boot on the other foot.
This strategy is actually about race selection as much as anything, and I know that is an area many readers struggle with - after all, there is rather a lot (ahem) of racing.
Enough with the verbiage and on with the show... click the video below to find out how to put the "Reverse Rule 4" to work for you.
If you have any questions or comments on this, do scribble them below, and I'll try to answer them.
p.s. For those who may be interested, below is the slide deck from the presentation (though most of the value is in the video walkthrough).