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Since March 2010, this blog has recommended wagers on 520 individual races on Jump Racing in the UK, resulting in a PROFIT of £1,525.39 on cumulative stakes of £5,726 - equivalent to a Return On Investment of 26.60%.


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Friday, 22 October 2010

Little to get enthused about

In today’s blog:-
Review of the yesterday’s horseracing
Today’s Horseracing

Review of yesterday’s horseracing

Nothing very exciting yesterday.
Trainer J Howard Johnson hit the mark at Carlisle with 2 winners, and I did advise that a close look be taken with all his runners. Unfortunately, HOLD FAST didn't win for Mr Johnson but he did run as expected, leading to 4-out when a couple of mistakes took their toll. With the experience under his belt, he is likely to hold his own as a chaser. The advice to "back-to-lay" came good, and there was plenty of opportunity to lay-off for a small profit in-running.

Today’s Horseracing
Just the one jump meeting at Fakenham and there is nothing running there that takes my eye. I did note earlier this week that WINSLEY HILL was entered for the class 3 3-mile chase, but he's not been declared. I like EMPEROR CONCERTO of the 5 runners left in the race, but it is not a good idea to have wagers in small-field races as they can become a bit tactical. However, EMPEROR CONCERTO would have won his race last Feb at Doncaster very easily but for a last-fence blunder and looks to have the most potential of these few horses.

So, just a short blog today.

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