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  • Cheltenham Festival 2017 Newsreel
  • Review Updates – Week 5
  • Testing Pod Update – How are they doing?

Cheltenham Festival 2017 Newsreel…

It’s just been announced the Willie Mullins trained Faugheen and Min will both miss the great festival in March and will not recover from injury in time which is a great shame.

Faugheen won the Champion Hurdle in 2015 and was hot favourite for this years contest.

So what does this mean?

Well the very capable Buveur D’air now takes his place at the head of the market and if you can get the 7/2 offered by several firms then it’s a rock solid each-way bet. Even at 7/2 you will get 85% of your total stake returned if placed – worth thinking about?

It’s looking like Nicky Henderson’s Charli Parc will now take the Triumph Hurdle on Day 4 rather than the Supreme Hurdle on Day 1, either way I will be on each-way at around 8/1. The only danger I see if he goes for the Triumph Hurdle is the presence of the excellent Defi Du Seuil, so I do hope he ends up in the Supreme Novices on Day 1, so will keep you posted on that.

Week 4 Review Updates…

Flat Racing Master:

Another loss for the service with 2 wins from 7 bets but unfortunately the price of winners weren’t high enough to cover losses. Still, I remain hopeful of some big priced winners to turn this around and they could be due any day now based on past evidence. Take a look at the Profit and Loss account as we enter week 6 here:

Pro Footy Tips:

Another tough week for the service with zero wins from 6 bets and a hefty 15 point loss (£150 to £10 stakes). It appears the value can’t be found at present and results are going the way their prices suggest. It’s the first time the trial has gone into a loss in 5 weeks so let’s not be to harsh as there is still time to make a nice end of trial profit. See the end of week 5 Profit/Loss account here:

Testing Pod Update…

The Football Strategy is working very well and chalking up some nice scores on the doors with +16.50 points profit all gathered in a low risk way with the longest losing run been just 2 and from a betting bank of 30 points.

Take a look here:

The horse racing strategy may need tweaking or revising as it’s clear the SAW (Stop at A Winner) may not work as well with Horse Racing as it does with Football. So I may look at this again at the weekend with a new route.

Remember, this is an excellent chance for you to see a new strategy in development and in real time so to speak, and how we will tweak and adjust until we get it right and arrive at a strategy that will deliver long term profits.