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Straight Up Experience

We had another winning day yesterday when Dutch Connection obliged at an SP of 14/1 (16/1 advised)

Today Carl Nicholson is back with his Thursday column.

Carl tipped up GM Hopkins (on 8/1 adv price 12/1) from just two selections on his Value Backing service yesterday.

He also added to his Royal Ascot tally on his VB Daily service with 6.5 points profit on the day, at VB Daily you can get all of today’s Ascot selections for £1.

Here’s Carl with three pointers to keep in mind when making your selections…

Hi everyone for this weeks article I am going to give you all a few pointers that will hopefully find you a winners or two over the last three days of Royal Ascot.

For the fist pointer this year I am going to be taking a good look at any John Gosden runner that is going from a maiden win or handicap run straight in to a group class race. Continue Reading


Thank Matt it’s Thursday

Before I tell you why we are thankful for Thursdays, I just want to let you know that the £9.99 first month trial at disappears today so if you have been on the fence about trying this service today would be a good day to make the decision :-)

So why so happy for Thursday?

Well Thursday is the day that you can use the GeeGeez Gold Instant Expert tool for free courtesy of Matt Bisogno.

Instant Expert is simple, but brilliant. It showcases the entire relevant form history of every runner in a race in a single view. Disregarding runs on different ground, in different class, over different trips, and so on, Instant Expert hones in on what we know to be true about a horse’s liking – or otherwise – for the job in hand this day.

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Epsom Oaks Preview

Today Carl Nicholson of Value Backing shares his bets for next months Oaks.

Carl has an offer on at his Value Backing service at the moment whereby if you join this week you will get access to a trial of a new system that has been making huge profits from sprint races so far this season.

Here’s Carl…

Hi everyone, for this weeks article I am going to take a look at the Oaks market as it stands at the moment. I do think this race has more of a settled picture and may be one we can pick a selection or two from.

Looking at the front of the market we have the Guineas winner Legatissimo who out stayed her rivals on the day in that race. But I am not convinced she will benefit from a mile and a half so would not be rushing to back her, as favourite she is very opposable!

Crystal Zvedzda is the media buzz horse after an impressive run at Newbury a week or so ago. But what did she beat ? Not much is the answer and she has plenty to find on form. But as always in these races folk get caught up in the hype and forget about the basic form.

Found will stay the trip and looks ready for the step up to it after running well in the Irish 1000 Guineas . She is bound to be in the frame in my view.

Diamondsandrubies will get the trip, but I am not sure if she has the class. She could well have plenty more improvement and rates an interesting runner.

Together Forever – ran a good race at York, giving weight to the winner. She looks all about stamina and she will reverse the form with her conquerer Start Of Seville off levels and over the Oaks distance.

Jack Naylor does not look good enough and will struggle with the trip.

Of the rest Lady Of Dubai & Al Naamah should both stay the trip and could well make a bold showing. Lady Of Dubai is a typical late maturing type her stable do well with and Al Naamah looks the one who could still have plenty of improvement to come for a step up the the mile and a half, but has she the class ?

In conclusion Found should make the frame and at 7’1 she looks an each way bet to nothing. But at a price I like Lady Of Dubai at 16’1 each way for a stable that knows how to nurture her sort.


VB Epsom Derby Preview

Today Carl Nicholson ( previews next months Epsom Derby and concludes there are a lot of ludicrous prices that should be avoided at the moment.


Hi everyone, for this weeks article I am going to try and work out the Derby picture, which i have to say is a rather murky affair at the moment.

I did think last week that JFK would do the business at York, but again he fell out the back of the TV once again. It looks like he is a morning glory work horse and it is back to square one for the O’Brien outfit as far as their Derby prospects are concerned.

It will more likely be the case they will throw a few darts at the race and hope one sticks, rather than being confident of any.

Hans Holbein will stay the trip and looks the pick of the ones that have run so far.

Giovanni Canaletto has yet to see the track this season but could run in a few days. If he wins he will no doubt shorten up.

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