Getting invaluable inside info on runnersBy The UK Horse Racing Tipster
This article is based around a recent email message sent to members and ex members from a horse racing site I am involved in called www.fromthestables.com.
It is a site that has been running for 5 years now and has 20+ trainers (Flat and NH), that provide daily reviews on their runners and how they think they will do. This is on top of the parade ring blog provided by Ken Pitterson, NAPS and a twice weekly blog by top jump jockey Noel Fehily.
With trainers such as Colin Tizzard, Marco Botti, Nicky Richards, Andrew Balding and Charlie Longsdon amongst others you have some good names with advice to follow and this article goes into depth on anlaysing their comments to your advantage.
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The recent email they sent out was all about wind operations and how knowledge about them before a race can be invaluable to the punter.
Usually a wind operation has a great effect on a horse who has been under performing and who can forget when Big Buck's came back to the track after his year off and was beaten by the recently operated on 66/1 Knockara Beau, in the Cleeve Hurdle?
Afterwards people were shouting out loud that knowledge of wind operations should be reported before a race so that the punters knew about them. On any form reading at all, Knockara Beau at 66/1 shouldn't have been able to beat, both Big Buck's and At Fishers Cross, but due to his recent wind operation he managed to.
For example this comment by Cue Card's trainer, Colin Tizzard, on his horse The Cider Maker, who won at 5/1 on the 15th Feb 2016 after having a wind operation was a great indicator that a back bet should be placed. The review read:
The Cider Maker has had a wind op since his last run, he's working like a good horse and in a moderate race he ought to have an excellent chance. For some horses a wind op works a treat and for others it doesn't work at all, but even on his old form he'd have a good chance in this so if it makes just a bit of difference he'll be hard to beat.From The Stables have had a lot of information such as this regarding wind operations, course and distance experience, ground concerns, handicap mark worries and other info which can really give the punter an edge over the bookmaker.
Not only did The Cider Maker win on that first race after his wind operation but on the 29th Feb 2016 in the 15:40 at Plumpton, The Howden Insurance Brokers Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase, he romped home again as 5/6 SP favourite.
The comment on that day is below, and once again it mentions the wind operation.
The Cider Maker Is in cracking form and the breathing operation has clearly worked a treat as he won so well last time. I think he will go well again today and could take a lot of beating.My own AutoBOT analysed the comment and gave it a rating of 9/10 and it sure was accurate!
This is just an example of how information from trainers on their own horses can pay off when it comes to putting your money down.
I sure wouldn't lay a favourite when I knew the trainer had made a comment like the ones above, however I would definitely consider backing it strongly.
Not only do the trainers on From The Stables offer great information like this which enables you to know when a strong back bet can be made but being told by the trainer that the horse is best watched, or will perform better once a handicap mark has been given to it, or that it will act better over a longer distance or on softer ground, can really help you lay with confidence.
For example here are just two comments from the 29th Feb 2016 regarding horses that you would be confident laying just from the trainers remarks.
This was a comment by Nicky Richards on Fire Rock who raced in the 14:10 at Ayr, 29th Feb 2016.
Fire Rock is very disappointing to me and I can't be confident until he starts showing more. Probably best watched.Fire Rock came 8th at an SP of 66/1. This price may seem high however it went as low as 54/1 on Betfair during the day so you could have traded the bet to ensure you won your lay with no risk at all.
Very occasionaly you will get shorter priced runners and even favourites where the trainer remarks that they think they will be running for place money, or that the horse is not well enough, or has so an so to beat which makes laying the favourite at low risk a great option.
By the way, my AutoBOT analysed this race and correctly gave the winner Oldgrangewood the top rating of 314. It was also the only horse in the maiden hurdle with an official rating (120).
This is always a good sign when the favourite is the only horse with an official rating and when the AutoBOT ranks it the top horse it has over a 54% chance of winning.
Being a member to The UK Horse Racing Tipster site and having access to my custom race card which colour codes the runners so that you can easily see runners who are favourites, have the top Official Rating, the top AutoBOT rating, or all three, is a great way to analyse races quickly.
Just looking at today's card (29th Feb 2016), there were 7 races with only one coloured row and they all won the race.
Quickly being able to spot the runners which have a 54% chance of winning by noticing that there is only one coloured row in the race can help you pick the races to analyse further for back betting or for win and place betting as I discuss in this free betting system.
Returning to From The Stables, another example at shorter odds on the 29th Feb 2016, was Oliver Sherwood's runner, Evening Stanley who went off at 14/1 in the 14:00 maiden at Plumpton.
This race was also correctly analysed by my AutoBOT and the winner, Baratineur, was given the top rating of 306.
The review by Oliver was.
Stanley works and schools well, I think he is a nice horse. He has quite a high knee action therefore looks as if he will want softish ground and being a relation of Puffin Billy he is a galloper who will want further in time but I will take each race as it comes.This horse was pulled up on going, Good to Soft, which was probably too hard for the horse.
Hopefully you can see how careful analysis of the trainers comments can help you both back or lay a runner.
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By The UK Horse Racing Tipster
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