Sep 24

 

 

Members send in photos of their horses for opinions.

 

 

Hi Jim

My new harness horse. Thoughts when you get a chance mate.

Love your new live page, great service.

 

Steve

Sep 24

 

 

 

Saturdays great results:

 

Since changing our format the last 7-8 meetings things are booming along for punters.

 

Basically calling “cheap bet” I tried to nail one or more horses from the top line to work

with punters wanting to take exotics but spend less.

 

These are getting up nearly every race and even Pick 4’s all in top line and showing great profits.

 

We averaged out nearly $500 per bet yesterday, but many dividends we collected with under $100 outlays.

 

So it is hard to work out our ROI, but will settle for a conservative 50%, as was 300% for

some results in spending under $70.

 

Live on again Tuesday and thanks members.

 

Jim

 

 

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Sep 23

 

 

Good morning punters, plenty of good stories up on live, horse of the week, black bookers, Omei Sword and many more.

 

We will win today!

 

Jim

Sep 23

i think he will be outclassed.

 

Deploy secures Waller's Everest slot

18 hours ago

The field for the $10 million Everest continues to take shape with Chris Waller Racing announcing the Gerald Ryan-trained Deploy will occupy its slot for the world's richest sprint race at Randwick.

Deploy is the eighth confirmed starter in the 12-strong field for the 1200m race on October 14.

Waller, Sydney's premier trainer, could not find a suitable runner in his own stable and has selected the in-form Deploy who is also based at Rosehill.

"Given he is also trained out of our primary training base, we have been fortunate to watch his progression closely," Waller said.

"We feel that Deploy is the perfect horse to link up with for the race given his rapid rise through the sprinting ranks in the last 12 months."

Deploy has won seven of his nine starts this preparation, including a record-setting victory in the Group Three Show County Quality (1200m) at Randwick on August 19, where he clocked 1:08.06.

"It sees him well qualified to be very well credentialled for a race of this magnitude," Waller said.

Ryan was rapt Deploy made the cut.

"He's in devastating form," he said.

"He's undefeated in six Sydney metropolitan starts and he's run two track record in his last two starts."

Three weeks after the Show County Quality, Deploy set another record when he ran 1:14.92 for the Rosehill 1300m in the Group Two Theo Marks Stakes.

Ryan said a five-week break leading into The Everest would be ideal.

"Coming off two hot races like that you can tick him over and gallop him between races somewhere or give him a trial," he said.

Deploy joins Chautauqua, She Will Reign, Houtzen, English, Fell Swoop, Redzel and Brave Smash in the Everest field.

Sep 22

 

 

Good morning Members, r u backing these horses on Saturday, see if they are fit first.

 

Alward

Astoria

Auvray

Beau Geste

Broadside

Bonny O’Reilly

Dawn Wall

Don’t Give A Damn

Daysee Doom

Magesic Pedrille

Quick Defence

Menari

Merchant Navy

Rapet

Sanctioned

Omei Sword

Souches

Sully

Up N Rolling

Washington Heights

Zumbelina

 

See you before the first on Saturday

 

Jim

 

Sep 22

 

 

Morning Members.

 

Will you be backing these horses on Saturday, if so see how fit they are first.

Why back an unfit horse when you do not have to?

 

Caulfield:

 

Abbey Marie

Aloisa

Bandipur

Blondie

Brave Smash

Eshtiraak

Frangoward

KeenArray

Leather n Lace

It Did It Again

Jamican Rain

Miss Gunpowder

Revolving Door

Ravi

Sanadart

Sin To Win

So Si Bon

Stampede

Superhard

 

See you tomorrow for our world best fitness % ratings.

 

 

Sep 22

 

 

Thursday summary: Why would u bet on unfit horses before checking with

28.8 who is the fittest?

 

We have taken on a whole new outlook to show punters more winners.

 

I punters compare this week’s informative pre-race comments to 6 weeks ago

and you see a huge difference.

 

We try and suggest the best chances more directly each race with valued

comments and not just numbers on a board.

 

And this is working with bigger results for members.

 

I called a quaddie race and 1st leg winner on top @ $13.70 and the rest

fell in fairly cheaply for a huge $3050 pay out.

 

We talked more in the percentages of ratings with an odds on at only

98.25% fit and could be in trouble here, it ran unplaced.

 

I called  “cheap bets” for punters to get a shorter kick up in an exotics with

huge success.

 

I called coffee break races and not interested and 2/2, they were blow outs,

great folding calls.

 

Betting strategies explained better using fitness % ratings during the day.

 

With all codes winning, Win, Place, Quinella, Trifectas, Pick 4’s and

Quadrellas it is near impossible to place a profit and loss, POT and

ROI on each days racing.  We just keep winning across the board.

 

One race a $1.30 chance on 99% and next 3 horses on 98% in order,

with trifecta and Pick 4 collecting $280 and would of costs $1 for

the trifecta and $1 for the pick 4 and paying $280, massive profits.

 

Another race winner on top and next 3 from top line fill the

trifecta and pick 4, $800 in dividends, costs $36!

 

We did indepth fitness reports on many horses to suggest to the

trainers how to win with their horses.

 

All in all this is world first; new information for punters with plenty of winners.

 

Thanks and you can look forward to the best calls with fitness on

Saturday to get the winning edge.

 

Cheers

 

James

 

Mr James Conway CEO 28.8

28.8 World’s No 1 LIVE FREE Horse Fitness TV.

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Sep 21

 

 

Waller unveils plans for Winx to go global

8 hours ago

The world's greatest horse of turf will go global after the Sydney autumn carnival, with trainer Chris Waller outlining two European options for Winx.

Waller said a one-off appearance at Royal Ascot was possible for Winx though ideally she would head overseas for three-race campaign in England, France and Ireland.

"I don't think we have to go but I think the world's saying: 'Listen, can you come over?' We'd really appreciate you to come," he said.

"After the George Ryder (on March 17) we'll make a decision as to when we stop and when we start preparing for Europe.

"We'll take her through a range of distances."

And Waller says a campaign in the United States is not out of the question with famed racetrack Churchill Downs on a list of endless possibilities.

"I've had a look at some races (in Europe) ... they tell me there's a Breeders' Cup, dreaming's easy," he said

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