A £7k Profit Made Using The Speed Ratings
I suppose we all dream of getting that big pay day from our betting, unfortunately most of us don’t ever get there, however others like subscriber Mike do and not only that, he has done so on more than one occasion.
Yesterday he emailed me to tell of his latest ‘jackpot day’ winning £7, 244.56 hitting 4 winners from 5 selections using the ratings in a Lucky 31 bet and this is not the first time Mike has contacted me with his success.
Mike always takes the Best Odds the evening before racing and his winners yesterday were:
Motts Cross Won 14/1
Fort Carson Won 14/1
Grimley Girl Won 6/1
Abyaat Won 8/1
What Mike has that many of us don’t, especially when it comes to winning the big prizes, is the dedication to find his own ‘winning method’ and most of all, the patience to take a few losses, knowing that one day his efforts will be repaid.
Just checking back recently from his emails to me, I can see that Mike has won over £600 in a few days on one occasion and nearly £2,800 on another, so he clearly has an angle he knows will make money and as I say, the patience to not get flustered when he has a run of losing bets.
I certainly wish I had his patience that is for sure!
So What Is Mike’s Secret Method?
Well that is something I do not know and it is not something I would even ask him to divulge. He has clearly spent some time perfecting his method so why should he pass it on when it may affect the prices of his selections?
However I do know from Mike’s emails to me before he does like those that are top rated in the M+A column and this goes for all of his winners yesterday too. They were also all Handicap races as well, where in fact there were a further 5 winners yesterday that were also top rated in the M+A column.
The M+A rating for those who are not aware is simply the addition of the Master rating, (best rating in the last 12 months) plus the Average rating, (the average of the horses last 3 ratings).
Quite simply those scoring high on the M+A column, show horses with good overall form from the past year, allied with good recent form and that can add up to a potent formula.
Looking at winner Fort Carson yesterday, the card below has been sorted by the M+A column and you can see that the horse is 3 clear on 148 of the second rated Perspicace on 145.
In fact Perspicace came second in the race at 9/1 and third rated Elkstone finished fourth, so a very positive outcome indeed.
Fort Carson also has one of the top 3 ratings last time out as well as top 3 ratings for the course, distance, ability and form, yet was still available early at 14’s and going off at 9/1.
Just more proof for you that the Inform Racing Speed Ratings will find value bets time and time again.
So if you want to find your own method using the Speed Ratings, either based around the M+A column or not, it is quite clear that very big profits can be made, you just need to make sure you have some patience because one day you too could be winning over £7,000 on one day of betting!