The Pick of the Posts in 2016

It’s been a tremendous year for content on geegeez.co.uk. As well as our one-a-day tipping service, Stat of the Day, adding 47.24 points to its own bottom line (having been -27.22 at the end of April), we also introduced Race of the Day as a free daily post showcasing various Gold components. Although not a tipping piece per se, Race of the Day does highlight horses which might be favoured by conditions, including 50/1 Hartforth and 28/1 Barton Gift in the last fortnight alone.

Away from the tipping, I believe the standard of editorial has stepped up a notch in 2016, and has set a high bar for 2017 – a challenge to which the geegeez team will doubtless rise. Before then, though, here is the pick of the posts from the last year.

On Betting and Handicapping

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The Handicapping Process: An Approach
Reverse Handicapping Process
Value: The Reverse Rule 4 Method

Data Nuggets From Which To Profit

Why Horses Fall
Playing with the Favourite/Longshot Bias
Jockey Ratings: A Few Thoughts
Trainer Angles: Point and Shoot vs Education
18 Golden Trainer Snippets

Punting Editorial

“Any fool can back 35% winners”
Why Sectionals Matter
Gigginstown/Mullins Split
IE Snare Update

Racing Editorial

Farewell to a Friend
Do Jockeys Get Enough Respect?
The ‘Best’ Exploiter of the System?
10 Things from 2016, 5 More for 2017

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The Instant Expert
Geegeez Q&A
Just One Way To Profit from Geegeez
Finding Winners When There’s No Form in the Book

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