Betting Boot Camp is an idea I hadn't heard of before I saw an article at Betting Insiders but it makes sense to me.
If you study professionals in any field, those at the very top work to engrain habits so they become automatic, whether that be muscle memory for a golfer or a tennis player or more pertinent to us automatic decisions for those in sports that rely in good decisions quickly.
If we build good strong habits then we will do the right thing without thinking.
Here's the quote that I read at Betting Insiders…
Boot Camp and army square bashing are set in place with the forces for a reason. They are there to build/ create discipline and respect. For the forces, this is a very important basic and fundamental procedure that all Army personnel have to go through. If it weren't important, they wouldn't spend all that money that it takes.
This same self-discipline is required with betting. It is the foundation of success, and if not followed, will be the path to your downfall in betting.
Today's selection courtesy of the Betting Insiders Club.
Yesterday the race that Choral Prince (unpl 9/2) ran in ended up being a 3 runner affair and he lacked the tactical skill to get competitive. There will be other days when he can build on his potential over a trip.
For today we have a couple of decent priced selections to take on the enemy with.
First up is Maisies Moon who being an American bred should be suited to the surface at Southwell. The other pick is a horse that author Jon Gibby (Well-Handicapped Horses) has noted as potentially being well in and the step up in trip could help deliver on the promise shown so far.