TrendHorsesDrawn2Win is my latest book to give you
the edge with up to date statistics on draw bias profits.
This book was published in April 2004 by Sportsworld
publishing and co -authored by Andrew Mount.
Andrew Mount is a freelance sports journalist,
odds compiler and a leading racing advisor. He
also works on-course for a major on course bookmaker,
(Martyn of Leicester).
TrendHorsesDrawn2Win could almost be described
as two books in one. Andrew's Section describes
his unique "Form-Breaking" methods which
have been used to analyse the career records of
over 200 horses, providing a vital weapon in your
battle against the bookmakers. Inside he identifies
dozens of potential value bets including…
The sprinter with three wins (at 50-1, 40-1 and 10-1)
and a second place to his name from four starts when
racing over five furlongs, on soft or heavy ground and
when rested for six weeks or longer.
The six-furlong fast ground specialist, unbeaten in
four starts when drawn near a right-hand running rail.
The ten-furlong specialist, with a record at that trip
of six wins and a narrow second (from seven starts)
when racing on fast ground and in small fields.
Plus, with the increasing popularity of Betting Exchanges,
a number of potential lays have been highlighted. Oppose
these horses when not running under suitable conditions
for the particular horses.
My own section covers Draw Bias for the countries tracks.
In this book I revert to Bias 2001 style full statistical
analysis of the countries tracks.
As a quick sample click the link below where I cover
the 5f sprints at Beverly.
Beverley of course is one of the most notably biased
courses in the country.
The true value of the book however is in the analysis
of many other courses and distances not so widely touted
in the media.
For example which course gave this statistic over races
of 1 mile ?
|If in every race, you'd permed the bottom
three stalls in six 1pt forecasts, you'd have made
a mind-blowing 901point profit (a 964% profit on
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