I hope you enjoyed the look at all-weather favourites stats from the last few eletters. A look at today’s race meetings and we are overwhelmed with all-weather venues.
Here at What Really Wins Money Towers, we have been collating stats for the Cheltenham Festival in March. This is a tradition at What Really Wins Money. A Cheltenham Special in February. Yes, it is a little early, but March’s edition of the newsletter is published after the Cheltenham Festival.
If you want a full statistical and form look at the Cheltenham Festival in March, then What Really Wins Money newsletter will fill your needs.
Andrew David provides a form master-class. You may know Andrew as the Betting Doctor.
Our Statman profiles the main races at the Cheltenham Festival with this own set of Stat Facts.
For example, in the Pertemps Network Final ‘ Two from seven (28.57%) for sire In The Wings and a profit of £38.38 for those who follow his progeny.’
I love stats angles like this. You can find progeny information easily viawww.racingpost.com
The Patriarch is another regular contributor to the newsletter. His January ‘Trainer switch’ idea has seen winners at Betfair SP of 100, 29, 16 and some shorter odds. His Cheltenham angles include a focus on trainers as well as progressive horses.
I’ll be focussing on specific favourite only angles for Cheltenham Festival, as I did with the all-weather meetings. Under which conditions do favourites perform best in March’s Cheltenham Festival ( from the last 10 years).?
Back to the stats…
I will be looking at beaten favourites I hope in time for the next eletter. I have a couple of promising angles .
What is a beaten favourite?
Take a look at this race and in particular View the Bay . Note the BF from this RacingPost race card.
BF signifies a Beaten Favourite.
I am looking at whether we can profit by backing these beaten favourites in their next race. Will connections be looking for recompense?
I am also looking at whether we can make a bigger profit in backing beaten favourites who were not placed last time out. The idea here is that the odds for the next run will be higher, and connections may be manufacturing a stable gamble.
Hopefully, I’ll have some info for you next week. As recently as 26th January, for example, there were winners at odds of 6/4, 12/1, 7/1, 8/1, 9/4, and 10/1. Just a good day, or a sign we may be onto something?
In the meantime, have a profitable weekend!