Bedloe’s Island was a non-runner yesterday, but Too Cool To Fool won easily at an advised 7/2 (returned 2/1). Nick The Odds, advised – and backed – at 13/2, returned the 5/2 favourite but could only finish fifth. Prosecco lacked sparkle (ahem) and pulled up.
Very little of interest on a squib of a Wednesday.
3.50 Mus – Town Mouse e/w – 12/1 BetVictor
6.15 Kem – Island Legend e/w – 14/1 Seanie Mac
The Shortlist is a simple concept: I go through the Race Analysis Reports each day to find horses which I consider to be of interest. I then publish that list of horses here. Some will win, many will lose. It is hoped that the winners will cover the losers and leave a bit of gravy on the punting platter. Now, before I go on, I need to make (labour!) a really important point. And it is this: the Race Analysis Reports are deliberately interpretive.
That is, different people will highlight different horses depending on whether they’re using the win or place statistics, and which columns they sort on (based on which elements they consider most important in a given race). So, these will be the horses on MY shortlist. Feel free to do with them what you will. You may have a different shortlist, and you are most certainly encouraged to go and play with the numbers to find what works best for you.
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