Saturday, 21 January 2017 08:43

Ascot Abandoned

A frozen course at Ascot has meant the distinguished fixture has been abandoned.

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Wednesday, 03 August 2016 14:21

Ascot Champions Day 2016: Record Entries!

It’s going to be big. Very big. This year there have been a reported record number of horse entries to the annual Ascot Champions Day. There are 256 horses in the running.


The 256 entries are made up of almost 80 Group One winners. Ascot Champions Day is best known for being the richest day in British Horse Racing. This year there is going to be more than £4m on offer for the best of the best.


Fascinating Rock was the 2015 winner in the Champion Stakes where the purse was a mammoth £1,300,000 with £770,547 going to 1st place. With a starting price of 10/1 punters would have netted a nice earner backing this horse beating more favourable horses Found (SP 9/2) and Jack Hobbs (SP Eves).


It is far too early for us to tell who we will be backing but French Derby victor Almanzor is a noticeable entry to the Champion Stakes. Almanzor shocked everyone in June by winning at 20/1 odds.

We can’t wait for this year’s race day. Keep an eye out on our blog for more news as new developments come to light!

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We have had a great week with our ratings this week folks with a MEGA £352.75 PROFIT! We have put a few words together to celebrate the profit met and how we did it.


As everyone now knows, our betting strategy isn’t about just placing bets all day at random. It’s about following the rating system and stopping as soon as profit is made that day. This means if we hit a profit in the first race, even if it is small -STOP, the job has been done!


  1. Monday 18th - Ayr:

    1. It was a long day and we thought we were out of luck, however a 16:40 race winner with Thackeray rated at EW and an SP of 28/1 meant a race day profit of £111.75!

  2. Monday 18th - Beverley

    1. By the third race of the evening we had a couple of places, however a mega winner with Ziggy Lee rated EW at 25/1 meant £150 profit was hit for the night and no more bets!

  3. Tuesday 19th - Musselburgh

    1. Unfortunately this was a poor day and we finished in a loss, this has been factored into the total.

  4. Tuesday 19th - Nottingham

    1. Similar to Beverley, it was the third race of the evening that guaranteed the profit and stopped the betting. Oriental Relation EW rated at 8/1 came in to mean overall for Nottingham we stopped £42.50 up!

  5. Wednesday 20th - Bath

    1. Small profit, but profit nonetheless! The third race again with Pine Ridge win rated 9/2 meant betting stopped when we were £15 in profit.

  6. Wednesday 20th - Leicester

    1. The first race of the evening, we had a place with Caeser The Gaeser EW rated when at 20/1. £10 profit and betting stopped.

  7. Thursday 21st - Yarmouth

    1. The smallest one yet, but again profit means profit and it means no more bets! Te second race of the day had a winner with Gale Song rated to win @ 6/5! £2 profit.

  8. Thursday 21st - Doncaster

    1. The first race of the evening with Sunraider rated EW at 12/1 won to ensure £75 profit. It would have been tempting to carry on given it was the first race of the night, but that isn’t how it works folks! In profit, #NOMOREBETS.

  9. Friday 22nd - Ascot

    1. Betting stopped with a 3rd place finisher in the third race of the day with Monaleen EW SP 33/1 returning £16.25 profit overall and stopping betting.

  10. Friday 22nd - York

    1. Another first race of the night winner meant £12.50 profit and no more bets. Thank you Cote d'Azur win 9/4 for bringing it in!


So there you have it folks, that’s how we hit £352.75 profit based on discipline, following the system and stopping betting as soon as profit is hit. We set the margins based on a £5 each-way bet or a £10 win bet. What are you waiting for? Stop missing out on our subscription system and sign up here!


Remember to always bet responsibly and never beyond your means.

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It’s Great Britain’s most prestigious open-age flat race this weekend at Ascot and we can’t wait for what we expect to be a cracking race. Hot favourite Dartmouth is expected to take this year’s crown (currently rated 9/4) after the withdrawal of Postponed due to a respiratory infection.


Some are saying the withdrawal means the race will lose some of its excitement, but as many have seen in the past, any race can throw a wildcard into the mix to cause maximum disruption.


Could this year be the year we see a mega outsider take it? In recent years the highest priced horse to win was Danedream (2012) with a price of 9/1. But with the 2015 purse at £1,150,000 and 2016 expected to bigger we are hoping for an upset to the apple cart.


The race itself is run over a distance of 1 mile and 4 furlongs and an entry horse must be at least 3 years old to compete. Commonly referred to as the “King George”, many past winners have won other notable titles in the horse racing world for example Hurricane Run was a world champion Irish-bred thoroughbred racehorse that took the 2005 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe & 2006 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

If you’re betting at the weekend we wish you good luck! Be sure to signup and receive our ratings for the race! Remember to bet responsibly!

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Sunday, 03 April 2016 14:21

Ascot Winners 20th February 2016

Boom! We have had a great day of winners at Ascot on the 20th February 2016! Check out more info below!

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