Grand National Analysis Spreadsheet

Grand National Analysis Spreadsheet

As you may or may not know, I wrote a piece for my Geegeez website this week, outlining who I think might win the Grand National this year, and why. If you’ve not seen that, you can read it here: Grand National 2010 Preview. My scribbles were based on a chunk of research I undertook, using various filters... [ Read On ]


Racing Systems Builder Demo

Racing Systems Builder Demo

If you’ve been toying with the idea of grabbing RSB, but weren’t sure whether it was worth it, I’m delighted to report that I’ve now been able to secure a copy of the demo version. This is exactly the same as the full version, but it has severe restrictions on the number of years of available... [ Read On ]


Racing Systems Builder Reports

Racing Systems Builder Reports

The reports in this article WILL help you with researching horse racing systems. Whilst they’re specifically tailored towards use with the phenomenal RSB (review and download here), there is a lot of general common sense here, which I believe is especially beneficial to an audience such as subscribers of... [ Read On ]


Trainers In Form – early February 2010

Trainers In Form – early February 2010

Profitable Trainer Statistics, by Connor Gallagher Paul Nicholls has reigned supreme in the trainers’ championship over the past few years, but the official figures suggest we should be looking towards the less publicised yards when it comes to sourcing a profit from trainer stats. I don’t know about you,... [ Read On ]


Wolverhampton All Weather Draw Bias

Wolverhampton All Weather Draw Bias

Concluding the quartet of all-weather sprint draw analyses is Wolverhampton, hereafter known as Wolves to save my aching digits. Although not too much to get excited about overall, there is one angle into 5f non-handicaps which appears to be well worth keeping on the right side of… Again, thanks go to David... [ Read On ]


Southwell All Weather Draw Bias

Southwell All Weather Draw Bias

Continuing our look at the sprint trips on the all weather courses, today’s post takes a comprehensive squint at Southwell’s five and six furlong distances, based on David Peat’s excellent reports. It’s fair to say that there is a dichotomy between the significance of the data, with the... [ Read On ]


Lingfield All Weather Draw Bias

Lingfield All Weather Draw Bias

Following on from the Kempton piece earlier in the week – which, incidentally, highlighted a £23.26 straight forecast tonight with its only two selections – below is the analysis for Lingfield Park’s all weather sprint trips. The management summary is that there is nothing like so much to go... [ Read On ]


Kempton All Weather Draw Bias

Kempton All Weather Draw Bias

As the nights have now closed in, those of us who prefer their racing in 75 second or shorter chunks are bereft of turf action until the end of March next year. In the meantime, we will be served up a wealth of all weather races over sprint distances. And it is the effect of the draw in Kempton sprint races that... [ Read On ]


My Top Five Betting Systems

My Top Five Betting Systems

It’s a question I get asked a lot, especially by newcomers to my Geegeez blog: “which is the best system to buy?” And it’s a question that invariably produces an unsatisfatory response from me: “it depends.” But this of course is true. I’m different from you, and you’re... [ Read On ]


Understanding The Concept Of Value

Understanding The Concept Of Value

I wanted to talk a little bit about the concept of value today because I feel that it’s almost certainly one of the most misunderstood elements of betting, but at the same time it’s also one of the most important factors of successful and profitable betting, regardless of which selection method you... [ Read On ]


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