As part of the comprehensive service provided, Steve analyses additional races of interest for members own use. This is a popular feature particularly with members who do their own form work and are active on the betting exchanges.
Steve prices up many of the races in order to determine true betting value. His prices are only available to members.
An example of the extra race analysis is show below.
Sunday 16th August
No account bet for the day, Steve analysed six races in total, providing his exclusive prices for all races.
2.40 – 2/1 Interationaldream 9/4 Fountain Cross 3/1 Red Fascinator 10/1 Bowman
Summary: Internationaldream preferred
Result: 1st Internationaldream 2/1
2nd Red Fascinator 15/8F
4.25 – 4/5 Magna Moralia 7/4 Bollin Joan 10/1 Four Kingdoms
Summary: Magna Moralia sets form standard but is too short in the betting as there is not a lot between him and Bollin Joan.
Result: 1st Bollin Joan 7/4
2nd Magna Moralia 8/13F
12.30 – 5/4 Soldier on Parade 3/1 Bannister 6/1 To Fly Free 8/1 bar
Summary: Soldier on Parade sets the form standard and can defy penalty for latest win at this track. Not been missed in the market.
Result: 1st Soldier on Parade 8/11F
2nd To Fly Free 6/1
1.05 – 3/1 Millie of Mayo 11/2 bar
Summary: Millie of Mayo showed improvement last time over course and distance.
Result: 1st Millie of Mayo 2/1
2nd Kymata 50/1
1.40 – 4/1 Brandon Castle & Get Back Get Back
Summary: Looks between the market leaders. Of the others, Hats Off To Larry looks potentially well handicapped but continues to disappoint. Would want at least 10/1 to get me interested (Lost SP 4/1).
Result: 1st Brandon Castle 11/4f
2nd Escapability 14/1
3.25 – 3/1 co fav’s Tricky Customer, Lucky Robin & Little Stevie
Summary: Little to separate the main three in the betting on my ratings.
Result: 1st Little Stevie 3/1
2nd Lucky Robin 5/2
Unplaced fav: Tricky Customer 9/4F
As opposed to ratings or systems which can be open to interpretation, Steve’s prices are an unequivocal guide to identifying true betting value.
Members in touch with the betting markets can easily discern value and act accordingly.
As Steve explains:
‘Everything revolves around value. Whilst it can be frustrating to see your horse win unbacked albeit at a short price, it is more frustrating to back a horse under its true value price and then watch it lose. You have to be disciplined and wait for the right opportunities. The long term professional approach is essential.’