I have picked 2 consecutive winners now for my little irish maidens method!
We moved this method onto UK maiden races with 2 picks at Wolverhampton last week, Cuban Fox and Smooth Spirit.
Here’s the result
Cuban Fox incidentally drifted out to 28/1 so may not have been a qualifier at race time.
If you’ll recall , from last week’s eletter, Cuban Fox was 16/1 in the betting forecast, 6/1 in the live betting market.
Smooth Spirit was 12/1 in the Betting Forecast, 8/1 in the live market, hardening into 6/1 at the off.
Please remember, that if you are using this strategy, think Betfair SP.
You would have got 8/1 about Smooth Spirit and 51/1 about Cuban Fox, odds nearly doubling there.
Also, back each-way to ensure any payout if the horse is placed.
I hope you’ll expand your use of this strategy from Irish Maidens, graduating to UK maidens, and then look at using the strategy across all races.
The reason I focus on Maidens with this strategy is because these races are ripe for a stable gamble, and insider info! These horses are lightly raced and in some cases, not raced at all. The bookmakers will therefore react by slashing the odds of any selection who has attracted early interest.
I did pick my 2 consecutive winners at about 10:30am. I am not sure if this is significant. I picked the horses simply while I was writing the eletter! You might want to experiment with mid-morning selections and see how they fare?
A word of warning.
Significant non runners will skew the market.
At first glance, there looks like plenty of qualifiers …..until we realise that the original favourite, Saeiqa, at 11/10, is a non runner. This will have a cataclysmic impact on the market and so this race is not a good candidate for the system.
One last tip. If you want to increase the chances of success even further, focus on 8 and 9 runner races only. Back qualifiers each-way and you have only 5/6 other horses to beat to ensure a return!