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Round Up – Victor Value

I woke up to the news this morning that due to unforeseen circumstances that David M was unable to post for us this morning.

So with nothing planned to write for you I'm going to run through a round up of things that have come across my desk recently.

But first I must mention the excellent work that John Burke does for us every Monday.

John regularly posts up winners here including an 11/2 winner yesterday (4/1 SP).

If you are not a member of John's excellent Victor Value service, which is in huge profit again this year, you owe it to yourself to try it for £1. Click Here.

Ben Aitken of Narrowing The Field has two free guides that are well worth downloading. They include the non obvious 20 to follow for the season and a guide to profiting from jockeys who win when they are on a front runner.

Both will surely throw up some profit this winter – Get them here

Talking of horses to follow, David Massey himself put up 5 to follow in this months Betting School Insiders Report.

These are well worth following as last years list produced the following results betting them until they won…

L, L, L, 33/1 Won, L, L, 22/1 Won, L, L, L, L, 10/3 Won, 13/8 Won, L, 7/2, 13/8, L, L, L

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Sceptre Stakes Profile

We have a bonus mail for you today with a race profile from Nick Hardman of the Betting School Insiders Club.

Nick is renowned for his race profiling methods and the hundreds of points profit he makes each year using them.

If you want to join Betting School Insiders and get all of Nick's selections you can do that here

The race we are looking at is the Sceptre Stakes (Doncaster 1:50)

I have pasted the full write up on the website but here is the profile.  

  • Rated 100+ Top six in the betting
  • Top 5 finish last time out
  • Trained by Roger Varian, Luca Cumani, Sir Michael Stoute or Mick Channon
  • Aged 3yo
  • Watch out for those that last ran in a handicap
  • Previous course form (win or place) should be noted

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Scottish Sprint Cup

Today I'm going to continue this week's theme of sharing from the Betting School Insiders Club.

As I mentioned earlier in the week, every weekend and for every big festival Nick Hardman shares his selections with club members.

If you watched the video that I included earlier in the week and which is included again below you will know that the method he uses is race profiling.

Make Money BettingNick has proven very popular with this method and his profit since he started proofing & sharing his selections on December 26th 2014 is +1480.55 points.

At £10 per point that's £14,805.

One of the things about his race profiling methods that some people don't like is that he often comes up with more than one selection in a race.

But the proof is in the past results and I would encourage people to embrace this and go with it.

Nick posted selections for 7 of today's races in the Betting School members area last night and I have copied one of those races here for you.

Musselburgh 3.10pm

Not a bad race for previous trends and the one who ticks most of the boxes is Orion’s Bow.

Gamesome is not far behind on the trends front and could go well from a nice high draw. He has just one win to his name but is consistent and could place at a price.

Elsewhere, Desert Law looks like he is still in form and has previous form at this course. He needs to turn form around with a few of these from the Epsom Dash but he may just do that.

Orion’s Bow @9/1
Desert Law @10/1
Gamesome @20/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places, BV) or 18/1 e/w same terms B365

The prices quoted are those that were available when Nick posted the selections.

Next week we're back to normal with the Victor Value column on Monday and David Massey for the rest of the week.

All the best

Dave F

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Profitable Portfolio

I suppose some punters bet the horses just for the thrill or the challenge of finding selections but for most of us we are looking to make a profit as well.

So a profitable portfolio must be the ultimate aim.

And that's what Andrew David is promising with his Quick Fire Profits.

Andrew claims he can teach you how to make £900+ per month and he's going to teach you in 30 days!

The best bit about that claim is that I have a link (exclusive I think) that will let you try that 30 days for just a quid.

If any readers have joined Quick Fire Profits and have some feedback for other readers, good or bad, we'd love to hear it in the comments.

Here's the link for the £1 offer

Onto other matters and I have another snippet of info for you from the Betting School Insiders Club.

This time from Josh wright who is a regular contributor to the club.

Here's how Josh introduced his Royal Ascot piece in this months members report

In this month’s article I am going to take a look at Royal Ascot 2017 and the trainers we should be focussing on. All stats are for the last five meetings, 2012/13/14/15/16. So far this season I have had success with a similar approach for Chester’s May meeting and York’s Dante meeting.

With any luck the following trainer micro angles and pointers will help you back the odd winner also. I am a believer that the trainers are more important than the horse at meetings such as this.

Time and time again many of them target the same races, with the same horses, having had similar preparations. They are creatures of habit and often it can pay just to follow them in.

This is even more relevant at big competitive meetings such as Royal Ascot where many horses have strong form lines and are arriving at the top of their game.

In any case, this approach is designed to help arm you with some added information in your battle against the bookies. Time will tell if this approach will work this year but the stats are the stats, and I suspect they will point us to the odd nice priced winner or three. To start with I have just highlighted all trainers with three or more winners in the period.

Unfortunately I can't share the full article here, but I have been allowed to publish his data and a micro system for Aiden O'Brien's Royal Ascot runners.

Aiden O’Brien


  •   Group 3 + Listed Races: 35 bets/9 wins/16 places/26% sr/+92 BFSP/AE 1.64- 2 runs this season: 5/14, 6 places… +74 BFSP
    – 2nd or 3rd Last Time Out: 7/13, 8p…+91 BFSP
    – Ran in same class LTO as today’s race (so Listed or G3): 3/6, 5p…+12 BFSP – Ran at Curragh LTO: 7/15, 9p…+58 BFSP
    – Made career debut on the All-Weather: 3/5, 5 places… +35 BFSP
  •   Group 1 + 2 Races: 69 bets / 10 wins / 32 places / 15% sr / +12 BFSP / AE 0.75 – 2 year old only races: 3/15, 8 places… +30 BFSP- 1 run this season only: 5/19, 10 places… +15 BFSP – Ran at the Curragh LTO: 3/27, 12p, -21 BFSP
  •   All Runners
    – Ran at Dundalk on first career start: 5/14,11p… +32 BFSP- One run at track previously: 4/15,6 places… +20 BFSP

    Micro System

  •   Group 3 or Listed Race
  •   2nd or 3rd Last Time Out
  •   Any odds

Hopefully that will point you to a winner next week.

Today's selection is 16:05 York Sainted – win bet 5/1 Coral, Will Hill

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