Aug 13



Squaring The Ledger For Week 1.  (3 days on the punt)


FREE Live fitness percentage ratings.


We did 52 races, over 800 horses rated - a 33% win strike rate

Exotic returns - $66,700

Laying unfit horses was 52 lays -15/1 payout =37 units profit

Strike rate laying was 98%  52-51

Working on $100 per race lay profit this was 37 x $100 = $3,700 or $71 per race.

Bet return per race was a healthy $1283 + $71 per lay = $1354 average per race or $70,400 returned.


Top line successful or a 100%/99% single bet or wider value bets got up, so different amounts wagered,

but confident our profit was at least 25%

This is betting over $1,000 per race 

Profit for the week close to $17,000 in three days on the punt.

Will work around these figures each week as are conservative buy may be close and see

if wecan win $1m a year on fitter horses.


We will get there and it all starts again next week, I think my figures are right?

Besides some members don’t bet every race.



Aug 12



1st week summary: 52 races - 33% WSR $66.7K in divies. Ave return per race $1,283  
  Laying unfit horses 3,300% profit that was including a $15 we paid out on, all great. 98% Win Strike rate.


Aug 12



A robot can replace me, that’s a challenge for the future!


Aug 11



28.8 Fitness Forum


Good morning punters, over the years I have had 100’s of requests to open up

a fitness forum on 28.8


We have started on the software and now global punters can have a chat to each other

about all things in racing and sport and of course fitness strategies to win more.


Learn how to use data spread sheet fitness and many more new edges to punting.


Put your tips.


Pretty simple rules, behave or be suspended for a long, long, long time.


We will have competitions and great prizes.


Coming later, but this will be great news for members and great entertainment.







Mr James Conway CEO 28.8

28.8 World’s No 1 LIVE FREE Horse Fitness % Web Software.

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Aug 11



Not often, but egg on my face today.

Oscientra won her maiden and good luck to her.

Now she can go to stud later and double or tripple her yearlings price.


The others were no good.


The moral to the story is never put your bets on at 8.30am in the morning before markets are set.

I just took the lowest prices and never it worked out and wasted my bet.

My first leg that only paid $7.70 was not in the betting at 8.30am, so dumb!

Really dumb and never again.

Aug 11

  I am going for HUGE overs in that odds on Oscientra gets rolled.


If it wins, no big deal, but have going for big numbers if it gets beat, although it is only a maiden at Geelong!



Early Quaddie

  • GEELONG (VIC) - Race 1
  • Leg 1 - R1

    1, 3, 5, 9, 10
  • Leg 2 - R2

    1, 6, 7, 8, 10
  • Leg 3 - R3

    4, 5, 8, 12
  • Leg 4 - R4

    1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8
Aug 11



Good  morning Punters,


Today we have the pony size and limited ability daughter of Black Caviar, Oscietra racing today at

odds on in a maiden at Geelong.


This horse has limited ability so be a bit cautious punters.



We are live from the mounting yards in Sydney and Melbourne for the big races on Saturday.


Go to   to get that edge.


We have done 34 races with our new live software with an average per race

return of a massive $1,778, huge.


Punters, Owners, Trainers and Media can now assess how fit horses are for their

data base software.


All great.






(If down at different times in the evenings, don’t panic just a few updates going on)


Aug 11



Top class trainers of 100% super fit horses.


Paul Snowden

Peter and Paul Snowden (Image: Slickpix)

Snowdens snag Flemington boxes

Flemington will be a new base for one of Australia's finest training partnerships with Peter Snowden confirming on Thursday that he and his son Paul are in the process of taking up 30 boxes at Headquarters.

Snowden horses won more than $12 million in prizemoney last season and Peter Snowden said having a satellite stable in Melbourne would complement their extensive Randwick training business and open new opportunities for their owners.

"We're in the process now," Snowden confirmed. "There are 30 (boxes) but I won't use all of them at the present. I will just wait a while and see how things work out.

"But I definitely want a satellite stable in Melbourne for sure. We've got quite a few in work now and it just gives me options. All year round and not just at carnival time."

Of course, the Snowdens are hardly newcomers to Flemington as they ran dual stables out of Sydney and Melbourne when they were the No. 1 trainers for the Godolphin team in Australia.

Snowden said the new stable in Melbourne made sense as the expense of casual visits from Sydney was mounting.

"I do come down quite a bit so it's good to have your own base rather than to stop at other stables," Snowden said.

"It's better to have your own camp there and it's not so hard to move staff and when you are staying there for short stints at a time and you've got to send staff down it gets quite expensive.

"It's better for owners - it cuts down costs - and it's just more effective."

Snowden said the new stable will be up and running for the spring and he is looking to make an immediate impact with the heavily-backed mare Flippant in Saturday's Group 3 Aurie's Star Handicap at Headquarters.

"Her two runs this time in have been good and the only other time she raced down the straight (MSS Security Stakes last Melbourne Cup Day) she raced particularly well so that's the main reason why we are heading back down again this time to see if she can repeat what she did in spring time last year," he said.

Flippant is a five-year-old multiple Stakes winner with earnings of $500,000 and so a decision must be made soon on whether she continues racing this season or begins a new life as a broodmare.

"A lot will depend on what she does at the races on Saturday," Snowden said.

The Snowden team will have a big hand in many of the feature races this spring including the inaugural Everest at Randwick in October. They have Group 1 sprinters Russian Revolution and Redzel up and running and looking to secure a ticket into the $10 million race.

"All good - they will both have another trial those two," Snowden said. "They may resume in the McEwen at Moonee Valley. One will go there and the other will run in The Shorts up here.

"I think their runs in the Moir (Stakes at Moonee Valley) will probably determine whether they run in the Everest.

"They will probably both run in that and then we'll make a decision from there whether we run in The Everest or not.

"It's (Moir Stakes) a Group 1 and it will be a telling race as far as The Everest is concerned."


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