Stat of the Day Update: 18th to 24th February 2013

SotD Update: 25/02/13

SotD Update: 25/02/13

Stat of the Day Update: 18/02/13 to 24/02/13

My own personal poor form on SotD was unfortunately in evidence again this last week, but it’s not quite as bad as the 50 defeats in a row that one bright spark on here suggested! And whilst we don’t make excuses here at SotD (or at Geegeez in general), I do feel a little hard done by this week.

Home Run looked every inch the winner before veering left after clearing the last obstacle on Tuesday, whilst Sunday’s runner Earcomesthedream had every chance had he not gone slightly too early and ended up going from 1st to 4th on the final stretch. The “home run” literally been our downfall this week, costing us anything up to 10pts on the week.

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So, whilst not an impossible task: it’s now going to be very hard to make February a profitable month. We’ve got four days left to overturn a near 14pt deficit, but rest assured, we’ll certainly not fail for a lack of effort.

Selections & Results: 18/02/13 to 24/02/13

18/02: 4.10 Carlisle: Camden George (advised 28/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 16/1
19/02: 3.40 Taunton: Home Run (advised at 13/2 E/W BOG) : 2nd at 11/2
20/02: 4.50 Ludlow: Fairwood Present (advised 9/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 20/1
21/02: 3.30 Huntingdon: Kilmurvy (advised 7/1 BOG) : 3rd at 4/1
22/02: 3.50 Warwick: Frisco Depot (advised 13/2 BOG) : unplaced at 6/1
23/02: 3.50 Kempton: Nacarat (advised 9/1 E/W BOG) : unplaced at 10/1
24/02: 4.00 Towcester: Earcomesthedream (advised 8/1 E/W BOG) : 4th at 10/1

18/02 to 24/02:
1 winning bet from 7
P/L: -5.69pts

4 winners from 24 = 16.67% S.R
P/L: -13.64pts
POI = -56.83%

129 winners from 429 = 30.07% S.R
P/L: +108.3pts
POI: +25.24%
plus a 12pt profit from 1 forecast => +120.3pts from a 430pt outlay = +27.98% POI

P.S. The full month by month SotD story can be found right here.
P.P.S The review of SotD’s 2012 performance is here.

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