Jump racing can be unpredictable, I’m sure like me you’ve seen plenty of fancied horses fall over the jumps, at Cheltenham a few weeks back an odds on favourite fell early in the race. Why have that uncertainty when we’re putting our hard earned cash on them? You don’t get bigger odds because of the risk of a horse falling or unseating a rider, so why bother taking the added risk?
Fast Horses + Short Races = Profit
It may sound simple but backing fast horses in short races is a recipe for profit. The selection criteria doesn’t just mean backing the fastest horse in the race but it also comes down to what I call my Form Valuation Approach (FVA). This means weighing up the recent form over a similar distance (+/- 1f) against my personal speed ratings.
If a horse is only fast over 5 furlongs and not over 7 furlongs then it could have the fastest speed rating but does it have the staying power for the extra distance. These are all criteria that I take into consideration when making my daily selections.
You can get the benefit of my hard work and knowledge and get the easy job of just copying the bets that I am personally placing daily to see the same profits that I am.