Mar 29




St/Cr 8 5/8 on top, not sure


62% win s/rate, missed on the last 11-3-5-14/17 rt





Mar 29



St/Cr 7 5/7 on top, 71% win s/rate, huge 11-4-7-3, 2 late Scr.

Div $970 rt Join in tomorrow





Mar 29




St/Creek R 6 I like top line to start with, Results 2-11-1-9 $11k divies rt














Mar 29






From: James Conway [mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 3:44 PM
To: 'Cameron Subject: RE: 28.8




I always put 4 on the top line to grab those exotics but then u may see one horse or two on 98% plus and go with them.




The horses generally 1-2 perform very well, members bet win and each way also Cameron, it’s is up


To you in your betting style, it may be even a place.




Top rated horse running a place would be 80% plus .




Use as a great guide to your selections.




Fitness is not in any form guides in the world.




All horses are in order of fitness by me that I like.




Cheers Jim




From: Cameron Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 3:24 PM
To: James Conway
Subject: Re: 28.8




Yep so you mainly bet exotics if you have a few on the top line rather than just the win on 1/2 horses? So on the examples you have on twitter like stony creek today on your top line in a couple races you have 3/4 horses and you would then send out your preferred betting strategy? And on guessing your top line is in order of preference?

On Tuesday, March 29, 2016, James Conway <
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> wrote:


Hi Cameron, thanks for email, on fire again today 4/4 on top. 


We win nearly every day and out last wipe out was Derby Day back in November at Flemington when the centre of the


Track was quick sand. 


Yes I give out betting strategies, mostly: 


Stand out top line…..that means I am confident you can bet and start your exotics in our top 4, probably win 60 -70% of races or more. 


I am not sure:  Include horses you like, you may rove 1 horse on the top line and then another horse on the top line, if they both come


In you get it twice. 


Value Bet:   Look for value bets, especially top line, many win at over $10. 


Have a coffee…..too hard for me. 


Unfit horses on 94% lose 99.1% of the time. 


All our tips are in order of fitness, some will be 97.75%, 97.50% 97.25% or 97% 


Consistency is our key Cameron because we are on the fittest horses every race, all this has taken me 30 years. 


Make sure your bet can run the distance and in a race it can win. 


I don’t study any form. 


Welcome and go to pay pal $20 per day and that can include interstate also, members win here. 


Will add you to our new letters, also look out for fit black bookers and trials, like Petite Filous 98% trial form


And Buffering in Dubai, on 99% and won at $11 






From: Cameron Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 2:51 PM
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Hey mate- follow you on twitter and you seem to be going well and wouldn't mind trying out your sevice- I was just wondering do you send betting advice / strategies/ stakes in your texts and how the best way to bet into it? Or is it more just purely horse fitness?  Cheers for the info






Mar 29





St/Creek top line again 3/3, 5-6-11-7 top line 1-2-3-4 $450 divies members winning Jim rt





Mar 29




St/Creek top line, Ex in order, divies $420, going well Jim 9-2-17-1













Mar 29



We tipped this horse from behind the barriers yesterday on twitter and won by a minute.  $2.70




Thubiaan (Image courtesy of Slickpix)


Thubiaan backs up to claim Great Eastern



Leading jumps trainer Eric Musgrove took the spoils at Oakbank on Monday, as Thubiaan claimed the feature Great Eastern Steeplechase (4950m).

It was a stunning training performance from Cranbourne horseman Musgrove, as eight-year-old Thubiaan had finished second to Nishiazabu in the Von Doussa Steeplechase (3250m) two days earlier.

Thubiaan, ridden by Martin Kelly, dictated terms throughout in the $160,000 event, leading from about halfway through lap one, and staying out of the trouble that perhaps played a crucial part in the eventual outcome.

Leading jumps jockey Steven Pateman, who rode Thubiaan on Saturday, somehow managed to stay on his Great Eastern mount Lord of the Song when Spying On You fell towards the end of the second lap of the course.

Thubiaan had too much of an advantage thereafter and posted a 15.4-length win from Nishiazabu, with Lord of the Song finishing over 30 lengths further back in third.

It was Musgrove's first win of the 2016 carnival from his 11 runner


It won x a minute    twitter@fithorses.

Mar 28



I will do the last at Sandown and then over to the parade yard in Sha Tin all on



Cheers Jim


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