Apr 20



We keep on winning



Value bet last Sandown our numbers came up 4-10-3-9 $13,000 in divies huge, again on tomorrow rt

Apr 20

28.8 keep on winning, races again tomorrow two states for plenty of winners, join today Jim


Syd 5 another winner on top Marram $3.40 on fire, winners Sand/Canterbury cool Jim rt


    Syd 4 another winner Just Cosmic $8 strike rate today 71% win 1st tip + $$$$k in exotics Jim rt

Apr 20



28.8 Keep on winning


Sand4 another winner on top, 10-3-5-2, the 2 was $40, $2k divies, 60% win S/rate Sand/Can rt


Apr 20



Another winner 8-1-5-4 Sand 1 $260 divies rt

Apr 20


"Punting to win is using the number of fitter horses as commodities to return a profit"



Subject: RE: 28.8, Read mobile text how we won $3,000


I don’t know that answer Stuart, but guessing by feedback many just go with what I say, but also

If 4 horses on top line, say 1-3-5-8, and their best is 5, they will go with that as in the top fitness bracket.

Many hedge bets also if the prices are right.

Cheers Jim


Subject: Re: 28.8, Read mobile text how we won $3,000


Oh yeah I understand with staking or bet type I was more thinking do people take just the fitness call and no worry about all the order parameters 



Kind regards,


Apr 20



Just paid for wednesday Jim weave your magic buddy.


Subject: RE: 28.8, Read mobile text how we won $3,000


That is what many others are doing, generally 1-2 horses go really well when I call top line.

U have to have a bet strategy that suits your type of bets Stuart.

It may be win, or win and place, or exotics.

Cheers Jim




Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 8:49 AM
To: James Conway
Subject: Re: 28.8, Read mobile text how we won $3,000


Hi James,

Thanks for keeping in touch.. Find what your doing intriguing 

Would one be able to bet just using the highest fitness % and still get a decent outcome long term ?? ( not taking into account track conditions, distance, class etc etc( that would be truly amazing ) 

Kind regards,


Apr 19



“28.8 give punters hope and confidence over the fear of losing!”

Apr 19



28.8 Fitness TV, keeps up with the latest software technology!

Punters can soon see us live and join in, how cool is that!


What is Twitter's new Periscope app?



Twitter is introducing a new app called Periscope Credit: AP

28 March 2015 • 7:22am


What is Periscope?

Periscope is Twitter's new live-streaming video app, not to be confused with the recently launched Meerkat, also a live-streaming app.


It allows you to watch and broadcast live video from all across the globe, meaning you could switch from watching a peaceful wander across the beaches of Cornwall to a protest in Egypt.


One of the key differences between the two is that Periscope saves the video streams once you are finished, so that anyone can view them for up to 24 hours; Meerkat's live video disappears once you choose to end the broadcast.


Both Meerkat and Periscope are pre-dated by other attempts at live-streaming apps, all of which fell by the wayside. But now, with more open Wi-Fi networks and faster 4G mobile networks than ever before, live streaming looks set to become as regular a part of our lives as Googling and Snapchatting.


How does it work?

Periscope's live feeds can be shot from iPhones and iPads and watched through smartphones, desktops or laptops either through the app or on Twitter's site. 

You can watch back recent broadcasts or browse live streams by pressing the TV icon on the bottom left of the screen.


How did it start?

"It may sound crazy, but we wanted to build the closest thing to teleportation. While there are many ways to discover events and places, we realised there is no better way to experience a place right now than through live video.

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but live video can take you someplace and show you around." So says the Periscope team on their website.

Founded a little over a year ago, Twitter acquired Periscope in January for a reported $100 million.


How can I download it? 

In order to shoot video via the app, you need a Twitter account. Once you've downloaded Periscope from the App Store , you're given the option to subscribe to the Periscope broadcasts of those you follow on Twitter. You'll be notified every time one of them starts streaming, and once you're watching a broadcast you can type out a message to the owner and fellow watchers, or send a 'heart' to indicate your approval.


How can I start my own stream?

Before you begin broadcasting, you can choose to limit the audience of what you're about to stream by pressing the people button on the bottom right of the screen.

You then tap the shoot icon, enter the title of what you're about to stream and press the Twitter icon to promote the stream via your account.


 This is for us!!!!!!!!!!


Mr James Conway CEO 28.8

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