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George

Foster
Racing System Vaults

George Foster.
Vintage Edition.
Introduction To My Vaults ..................................3
Getting Started......................................................................4
Computer Based Information Racing Vaults ......5
Racing Post Based Information Below. ...........................................................................5

RACE ANALYSIS CHECK LIST ..........................................12


All Weather Profiles ........................................... 15
Racing Vaults ......................................................................15
Racing Vaults Staking Plan One ........................................ 34
Racing Vaults Staking Plan Two .......................................35
Racing Vaults Staking Plan Three .....................................36
Racing Vaults Staking Plan Four ....................................... 37
Racing Vaults Good Old System ........................................38
Summary & Disclaimers ....................................................39
Introduction To My Vaults

In this E-book Im going to share with you my racing background.


You will find some of my working methods. A number of systems Ive used over the years
to compile information. Information which I structure to enable me to win my races.
I consider this package my racing vaults. Its part of my vintage collection. Some of the
information has aided me along my many years of study.

You will find out all about how you can also compile profiles on race horses. The is a guide
for you to work from, a working example if you will.
One thing you wont find within (sorry) is the defined criteria and working methods for my
main, All Weather Specialist Service. This is my lifes work and it holds a place very close
to my heart due to the creation process involved in All Weather Specialist criteria. I will
provide you with more details on this Service later but for now this PDF will have to
suffice.

I have though covered a base of what you can come to expect in relation to the high level
of my form reading. In particular drilling down of horse racing information which I use
daily.

You may actually find some really golden nuggets of information which you are free to put
to good use yourself.
Its how I started so this is my way of passing on some of what Ive learned over the years.
I have included some of my Vintage Staking Plans. These are not the normal types you
have probably seen over the years.
You may note I have staking plans which, although old they still work. They even show
betting tax, Im showing my age. Thankfully betting tax is now a thing of the past
however Ive left it in there.
Less tax and more profits to be had. Certainly compared to when we used to have to pay
tax on our winnings. The damn cheek of it.
Getting Started

Remember what you are about to read is only a small part of how much effort I inject into
my racing these days. Many people I talk to are flabbergasted when they find out how
many hours I invest in my racing selections.
My response is always the same, Im investing money on a daily basis so I fully intend to
invest it wisely to find my winners. Its true that anyone can become lucky and pick a
winner from the newspaper. You will find this luck soon wears off. Having the odd fluke
of winners is a million miles away from daily/weekly winners, this is a different kettle of
fish.
I would say that most of these people would just as quickly give up once they have a few
losers. This is when a true racing bettor will dig in much deeper than any regular punter,
they will fight to get back on track.
A true bettor knows not to ever think they have cracked the betting nut, as when you
become complacent you can bet your next 1 that a loser is right around the corner. If you
take your eye off the ball then this will cost you in the short term. Determination is a
factor to actually achieve a profit.

I like to be rewarded from all my racing efforts, I enjoy winning a great deal. I still get a
thrill when one of my horse crosses the line first. I love to grab a cup of tea and watch the
days racing once my selections are all done and dusted for the day. During the races I do
like to make notes as the race unfolds.

Afterwards if I can I like to watch the race back . If this is not possible then I will watch
a reply of that horse before I place any bets on this horse in the future. Whether my horse
wins or fails in its attempt I feel this note making is as important as the initial selection
process.
Sometimes a race can be very clear cut, a bad break, a blocked run, a stamina issues or poor
riding. Other times horses simply get beaten by a better animal. When this happens I prefer
that I picked the better animal in the first place ;)
Many Thanks, George Foster The All Weather Specialist
Chapter Number 1
Computer Based Information Racing Vaults
Mini System & Race Method Rules

(TJ) Top Jockey (Flat only)


1. Returning within 4 days
2. Previous race class 1 to 4.
3. Top Jockey
A Kirby
L Morris
G Baker
R Winston
J Fanning

(HH) Handicap Hurdle System


1. Applies to stiff courses only
a. Cheltenham
b. Towcester
c. Sandown
d. Carlisle
e. Hexham
f. Ascot
g. Leicester
h. Wetherby
i. Newbury
2. Over 14 runners
3. First or second in both of the last 2 races
4. Weight BELOW 10-07
5. Must have positive course experience on any of the above courses

Racing Post Based Information Below.

(C2) Second Run Chaser System


1. Returning within 35 days of first race of the season
2. Over 100 day lay off before first race of the season
3. Second last time out
Mini System & Race Method Rules

(2Y) 2 Year Old Flat Race


1. NOT first time out
2. Same distance as previous run
3. No more than 1000 prize money increase in class
4. Compare time with course standard for previous race (to become a selection
it must be faster than course standard)
5. First or Second (by less than 2 lengths) in previous run
6. Must be Racing Post 1st or 2nd Favourite
7. Returning within 28 days

All Maps (maps are comparing a horse to its nearest rivals)


1. Top Rated by RPR
2. Top Rated in speed figures
3. 10 lbs advantage over closest rival
(M1) Map One
a. Second last time out
b. Beaten Favourite
(M2) Map Two
a. Handicap Race
b. Distance winner last time out
c. No more than 3 lbs added today in relation to winning run increase in
weights. (note the winning distance to second placed horse) calculate
weight increase (3 lbs = 1 length) over winning distance)
(M3) Map Three
a. Winner last time out
b. Forecast Favourite by Daily Mail and Racing Post

(IH) Instant Handicapping (Flat)


1. Top 5 in weight (include joint 5th weight)
2. Ignore 7 and 5 lbs claimers (FLAT ONLY)
3. Form figure below 10th / finished better than 10th place
4. Quoted at 9/2 to 10/1 inclusive by Racing Post (FLAT ONLY)
5. Quoted at 9/4 to 7/1 inclusive in Racing Post (CHASE ONLY)
Mini System & Race Method Rules / Daily Mail Based Information

(78) - The Rule of 78 ( Selection Process below) See additional to be noted rules
below.
1. Rated 78 by Daily Mail
2. Rated Favourite by Daily Mail
3. Less than half the odds of second Favourite
4. Winner over same distance (last 6 runs)
5. No more than 10% change in distance from last run
6. Raced within 28 days
7. Placed in last race

(BP) Best of The Press


1. Select only horses Tipped by Robin Goodfellow
2. Form figure for the last 3 runs must less than 10 and include 1 winner
a. If only 2 runs available then form figure must less the 5 and include
1 winner
b. If only 1 run available must be a winner

(HC) Handicap Chaser System


1. Ten or less runners
2. Winner last time out
3. Top Rated by Daily Mail
4. 2nd or 3rd favourite in Racing Post

RACE ANALYSIS ALL RACES.

1. 1,2,3,4, class Races only.


2. Must be top rated horses.
3. Maps
Top Rated in RPR and/or Daily Mail
Top Rated in speed figures
Average 10 lbs advantage (Ratings and speed figures combined)
- MAP 1
Second last time out
Beaten favourite
- MAP 2 (Handicap races only)
Distance winner last time out
Weight advantage (less than 3 lbs per length of win)
- MAP 3
Winner last time out
Forecast favourite by Racing Post or Daily Mail
Mini System & Race Method Rules

4. Apply the Rule of 78.


5. 78 v-accurate for 2 year olds, novice hurdlers, handicap chasers.
6. Compile and score 1 Point per Grid from the 4 or 5 form horses and 4 or 5 in betting
market. (Grids are the lists of horses from 4 to 5 form & in betting)
7. If not Map Selection Grid total must be less than 10
8. Must be top three in form.
9. Must have form figures 11, 21, 12 or 22 for last two races.
10. Check for course experience or like course experience especially stiff courses.
11. Not beaten into 2nd by more than 2 lengths.
12. Compare conditions in (All) placed races with today (tick positive)
13. Drop in distance compensates for poor draw.
14. High class horses changes distance easier.
15. Check race commentary.
16. Check SP last time out.
17. Compare Daily Mail and Racing Post odds (RP odds no more than twice DM)
18. Look for Coral horses in big races.
19. Look at position in Daily Mail expected betting market.
20. Form most accurate with 12-14 runners.

The Rule of 78

1. Horse rated 78 by Daily Mail


2. Must be Favourite in Daily Mail
3. Must have odds less than half those of 2nd favourite
4. Winner over same distance
5. Raced within 28 days (sooner the better)
6. 14 or less runners
7. Take care with Mares and Fillies
8. Going better than Soft for Flat and Heavy for National Hunt
9. Record for Favourites (if available) should be good
10. Horse must have been 1st 2nd or 3rd in last race

Additional Rules

11. Drop in class


12. Drop in distance (with good recent form at todays distance)
13. Recorded best Top Speed figure last time out and Top speed figure today
14. Significant rise in class okay for THIS system
15. Distance winners (3 lengths flat, 5 lengths national hunt)
National Hunt
16. Avoid Handicap Hurdles carrying more than 11-10
Flat
17. Care with sprint, amateur, selling, or claiming races
Mini System & Race Method Rules

All Flat Races

1. Returning within 4 days.


2. Previous race 1, 2 or 3 class.
3. Jockey either (as long as they are within the top 5 rated)

A Kirby
L Morris
G Baker
R Winston
J Fanning

Two Year Flat Races

1. Must NOT be First Time Out (exception Nap selections)


2. Same distance as previous run
3. Going better than Soft
4. Top 2 year trainer
5. No more than 1000 increase in class, except by top trainers
6. Check date of birth the older the 2 year old the better
7. Consistent form is the key
8. Time most important factor
9. Fifth run of season change in jockey (particular top jockey) positive
10. Avoid 2 year old Handicaps (except top weight top trainer)
Sir Mark Prescott
David Barron
Tim Easterby
Martin Pipe
Pat Haslam
Alan Berry
Mick Channon
David Loder
11. Less than 14 runners
12. Second in first ever run by under 2 lengths

Older Handicap Flat Races

1. Last 3 races of last season have 1,2,3 form figures


2. Winner in one of last three races
3. Top 3 speed figures
4. Same distance as last win race
Mini System & Race Method Rules

Other Pointers to Flat Races

1. Top Jockey/Top Apprentice


2. Older horses from top stables
John Dunlop
Sir Micheal Stroute
Tim Easterby
Barry Hills
Pat Haslam
Martin Pipe
Roger Charlton
J M Bradley
Esp. Dandy Nicholls

All Chase Races

1. Returning within 35 days after over 100 day lay off.


2. Second last time out

Handicap Hurdles On Stiff Courses


Stiff Courses:
Cheltenham
Towcester
Sandown
Carlisle
Hexham
Ascot
Leicester
Wetherby
Newbury

1. Over 14 runners (the more the better)


2. Form for last two races 1-2, 2-1, 1-1 or 2-2
3. Weight below 10-07 positive (11-02 absolute max cut off point.)
4. Must have positive stiff course experience.
Racecourse Details
RACE ANALYSIS CHECK LIST
1. Consider only 1, 2, 3 and 4 class races, these horses are more consistent and therefore will
have more reliable form.

2. Look for Positive Future entries, bigger Prize money races.

3. Flat Races Top Jockey System Look for horses that are returning within 4 days of
their last race, with their last race being either class 1, 2, or 3. Their Jockey must be one of
the top Jockeys (Example of Top 5, A Kirby, L Morris, G Baker, R Winston, J Fanning).

4. Chase Races Chaser System- Look for horse that are returning for their second races of
the season, within 35 days, after a lay off of over 100 days, and that came second last time
out. Any change in distance is irrelevant.

5. All Races Maps 1 Look for horses that finished second last time out and was a beaten
favourite. The horse must be top rated in either Daily Mail or RPP and be the top rated
horse from the speed figures used. Using either the Daily Mail or Postdata and your speed
figures the horse must have at least an average 10 lbs advantage, over the next highest rated
horse.

6. All Races Map 2 (Handicaps only) Look for horses that won a handicap race by a
distance last time out and have a positive weight advantage. Assume that handicappers
give 3 lbs per length won by, if the distance the horse won by exceeds the weight handicap
given the horse has a positive weight advantage. The horse must also be top rated in either
Daily Mail or RPR, top rated in the speed figures used, and have a 10 lbs average
advantage as above.

7. All Races Map 3 Look for horse that won last time out and are forecast favourites by
either the Daily Mail and/or the Racing Post, the horse must also be top in the speed
figures used, with a 10lb average advantage as above. An added advantage is gained if this
horse is also a course and distance winner, especially if it was last time out.

8. Compile results from the 4 or 5 most consistent form horses and the 4 or 5 top horses in
the betting market (this really should only give you 6 horses). When looking at the form
look only at the last three races and especially at the last two.

If the horse has a single F, P or U in amongst very consistent form ignore it as a one off, as
can a single poor result in another wise good form particularly if the horse was racing out
of class. The exception should be where the horse was either at very short odds or odds on
and then beaten by more than 5 lengths (this could indicate that the horse is done for
the season), or where it was in the horses last race.
RACE ANALYSIS CHECK LIST

If the horse is FTO (first time out) then use the form from the beginning of the season,
particularly if the horse shows consistent form between the beginnings of each season. In
maidens or where a horse has no form then a form figure of 5 should be applied, only
exceptional horse win on their debut.

Heavy going can produce unrealistically slow speed figures so be aware of the conditions of
the last race. When comparing the speed figures. On the all weather tracks only times on
the same track can be compared, as each track runs at very different speeds. If a horse is
beaten by over than 5 lengths; then the class figure is of no really use and horse should be
given a 5 for class.

9. Only consider horses with a Total of less than 10 (6 horses) or 8 (5 horses).

10. Only consider the top 3 in class, ideally dropping in class, the exception is horses going up
in class that are young and improving with exception form value.

11. Only consider horses that have the form figures 11, 21, 12 or 22 for their last two races,
with the exception of a single F, P or U as above.

12. Is the horse the class/form horse i.e. top class and top form, or is the horse the form horse
of the class horses, the later provides far better value, and therefore a much better bet.

13. At a stiff course stiff course experience is a must. In handicap hurdles on stiff courses
with over 14 runners the horse must be below 11-02 ideally below 10-07.

Top weight horses are over stretched by the early speed in large fields, and with the up hill
finish tend to fall off at the run in where the lower weight horses have the advantage. This
is exaggerated when the going is heavier.

This rule can be applied to handicap chases and the flat but to a lesser and lesser extent.
Stiff courses include
- Cheltenham
- Towcester
- Sandown
- Carlisle
- Hexham
- Ascot
- Leicester
- Wetherby
- Newbury
14. Dont back a horse beaten into 2nd by more than 2 lengths.

15. Compare todays conditions and race to those where the horses have previously come 1st
or 2nd, and to the last 3 races, are todays conditions the same for these races, look at
course, distance, weight, handicap, class, jockey etc. If a horse has performed over todays
conditions in the past it will do the same today, conversely the same is true in reverse.

16. A poor draw can be over come by a drop in distance.

17. The higher the class of horse the easier it is change distance without affecting the form.

18. Check the race commentary for the horse, look for statements like ran on well,
quickened to lead from 1 furlong etc.

19. Look at the starting prices of the horses last time out, the shorter odds the greater the
indication that the horse is ready to win.

20. Apply the Rule of 78 if the 2nd favourite is at less than half the odds of the favourite than
the bookies are strongly telling you that the favourite will win.

21. Compare the odds given in The Daily Mail and The Racing Post, the odds in The Racing
Post will be closer to the odds that the horse will go off at, whereas the odds in The Daily
Mail are closer to the true odds of the horse. If The Daily Mails odds are significantly
lower than those of The Racing Post then a value bet is at hand.

22. Look for the Coral horse in the big race. If a horse is significantly lower in the anti-post
market at Corals compared with the other bookies, the horse has a far better chance that
everyone thinks, that note of these horses.

23. Look at the place within the betting market of the horse statistically
- 85% of all winners are in the top 5 of the betting market
- 65% of all winners are in the top 3 of the betting market
- 50% of all winners are in the top 2 of the betting market
All Weather Profiles
Racing Vaults
Below is an example for any of you wishing to compile your very own horse profiles. These examples are
recorded from the Racing Post Information which is available to all.

Please note these are old examples, but you will now understand the idea behind them.

Simply take horses running daily which you see as potential improvers.

Watch the horse run ideally as you will be in a far greater position to make more accurate notes.
You can find information in the results section and once you click on a horses name which should show
you tell tale signs as to how that horse ran its race.

You will note it makes perfect sense to write down a horses race finishing positions at the course to
allow comparisons between race courses.

The more information you record the easier it will be for you to recall particular details when you need
them the most, (this is obviously for those punters who wish to learn and develop their own form reading
abilities). When you join my All Weather Specialist Service I will take care of all this for you.
These examples are a good starting point to aid you.
ALFRESCO 4-y-o b g (I. Wood)
Mtoto (11.5f) - Maureena(IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)(9.8f)) Highest winning mark 91
Current mark 90
The horse is usually held up (has worn blinkers and a visor)
The horse runs well at one of the AW tracks

When racing at Lingfield at the following distances: 7f: 62


8f: 114112
1m2f: 0
All wins have come in Class 3 events or lower
All wins have come when wearing blinkers
When racing at Kempton: 6737142390
When racing at Wolverhampton: 258

Comment - He's been unlucky, but he needs everything to fall into place. We will find another
race for him back here

ALPES MARITIMES 4-y-o b g (G.L. Moore) Danehill Dancer(IRE) (8.0f) - Miss


Riviera (Kris(9.9f)) Highest winning mark 76 Current mark 85
The horse is usually held up
A very promising AW performer who should do well this winter

When racing on the AW: 2112


When racing at 10f: 112
All runs have come at Lingfield
When ridden by Fergus Sweeney: 12

Comments - He got a nice lead and he quickened up when I pressed the button

ALMATY EXPRESS 6-y-o b g (J.R Weymes) Almaty(IRE) (6.1f) - Express Girl (Sylvan
Express(11.3f)) Highest winning mark 81 Current mark 85
The horse normally front runs (normally wears blinkers)
As a front runner normally performs better in a small field

When racing at Wolverhampton and Great Leighs when racing in fields of 10 runners
or less when drawn in Stalls 1 to 3: 1113813331

ATLANTIC STORY(USA) 6-y-o b/br g (M.W. Easterby)


Stormy Atlantic(USA) (7.7f) - Story Book Girl(USA) (Siberian Express (USA)(9.1f))
Highest winning mark 98 Current mark 103
Can race prominently or be held up (now wears tongue tie and blinkers)

A real AW specialist that should have another good winter


When racing at Kempton: 110414
When racing at Lingfield: 114411
When racing at Southwell: 1
When racing at Wolverhampton: 11
All runs have taken place in a tongue tie When wearing blinkers: 144411
When racing at 7f: 111
When racing at 8f: 1104144
When racing at 9f: 11
When racing at 10f: 4
When ridden by Jamie Spencer: 11411

Comments - He's an out-and-out dirt horse, so opportunities might be thin on the ground for him
now, but he has done good. I've ridden him five times now and won four - and I should have
won the other time.

BARNEY MCGREW (IRE) 5-y-o b g (M. Dods)


Mark Of Esteem(IRE) (8.6f) - Success Story (Sharrood (USA)(11.0f)) Highest winning
mark 87 Current mark 92
The horse usually races prominently

The horse likes the Polytrack but does not seem to stay beyond 7f
When racing at 6f to 7f: 1221 When racing at 8f or more: 35 When racing at
Lingfield: 3221 When racing at Wolverhampton: 15 When ridden by O. Urbina:
12251

BENLLECH 4-y-o b g (D.M. Simmock)


Lujain(USA) (6.9f) - Four Legs Good(IRE) (Be My Guest (USA)(10.1f)) Highest
winning mark: 87 Current mark: 87
The horse usually races prominently (has worn a tongue tie without success)

The horse really seems to like the Polytrack (expect for Great Leighs) and has done
well since reverting to sprinting.

When racing at Lingfield: 7111211


When racing at 6f: 111212151 (the 5th came at Great Leighs a surface that
connections felt did not suit the horse)
When racing at Kempton/ Lingfield and Wolverhampton over 6f: 1112121 When
ridden by Simon Whitworth: 411121215

BENTLEY BROOK (IRE) 6-y-o ch g (P.A. Blockley) Singspiel(IRE) (10.3f) - Gay


Bentley(USA) (Riverman (USA)(9.6f)) Highest winning mark 80 Current mark 80
The horse usually races prominently

The horse does run better at Southwell than any of the other AW tracks
When racing at Southwell: 051123121
When ridden by Stephen Donohue: 11312
The horse is 0 from 14 when racing at Wolverhampton, Kempton and Great Leighs.

BOLD ADVENTURE 4-y-o ch g (W. Musson)


Arkadian Hero(USA) (7.9f) - Impatiente(USA) (Vaguely Noble(11.6f)) Highest winning
mark 59 Current mark 62
The horse is usually held up

Needs to come a few pounds before he can win again

When racing off a mark of 45 to 59: 3111 When racing off a mark of 60 or more:
77250 When racing at Kempton at 16f: 1
When racing at Wolverhampton at 14f: 117 When ridden by Adrian McCarthy: 117
Comments - He has been very babyish and was wanting to sprint early in his races, but it looks
like the penny has dropped now and hopefully he can go on from this.

BOMBER COMMAND (USA) 5-y-o b g (J.W.Hills) Stravinsky(USA) (7.1f) - Parish


Manor(USA) (Waquoit (USA)(8.3f)) Highest winning mark 86 Current mark 93
The horse usually races prominently (usually wears a visor)

The horse is best suited to small fields

When racing with 8 runners or less: 1511 Below Listed class this improves to: 111

BY THE EDGE (IRE) 4-y-o b f (T.D. Barron)


Shinko Forest(IRE) (6.6f) - Magic Annemarie(IRE) (Dancing Dissident (USA)(7.7f))
Highest winning mark: 58 Current mark: 62
The horse can lead or race prominently

A low class sprinter that does run well at Wolverhampton

When racing at Wolverhampton: 313121 When ridden by Philip Makin: 3121


All wins have come in Class 5 events or lower

Comments - She seems to love it here (Wolverhampton). She also likes to be up there and the race
was run to suit. I expect she'll be back

BUSTER HYVONEN (IRE) 6-y-o b g (J.R. Fanshawe) Dansili (8.9f) - Serotina(IRE)


(Mtoto(11.5f))
Highest winning mark 85 Current mark 95
The horse usually races prominently
Does not seem to stay 2m and will be better suited to racing at 14f or less

When racing at Lingfield: 21


When racing at Kempton: 421 When racing at Great Leighs: 2 When racing at
Southwell: 2
When racing at Wolverhampton: 1 When racing at 14f or less: 211411 When ridden
by J. Spencer: 221
Comments - He's a good old horse. The boss (James Fanshawe) rides him every day as his hack
and he was getting a bit of a run on him, so he sent him here. He wasn't getting home over two
miles and he's not slow so this was ideal.
CANADIAN DANEHILL (IRE) 6-y-o b g (R.M.H. Cowell) Indian Danehill(IRE)
(8.7f) - San Jovita(CAN) (St Jovite (USA)(12.4f)) Highest winning mark 91 Current
mark 89
The horse usually races prominently

There is one distance at which to back this horse:

When racing at Southwell at 5f: 15211421 When racing at Wolverhampton at 5f:


31711

CAPRICORN RUN (USA) 5-y-o b/br g (A.J.McCabe) Elusive Quality(USA) (7.8f) -


Cercida(USA) (Copelan (USA))
Highest winning mark 106 Current mark 105
The horse is usually held up

When racing at Lingfield: 12110110


When racing at Lingfield at 6f to 7f: 12111 When NOT racing at Lingfield: 7472384

Comments - That was satisfactory. We've not learned a lot about how well he stays the trip as
they went steady early on and we already knew ours can sprint. However, Seb thought he'll
actually get further, and that he'll be a Winter Derby horse. We will have a sit down and discuss
options, including the Dubai Carnival, though there are a lot of opportunities for him here too,
as he's versatile.

CEREMONIAL JADE (UAE) 5-y-o b g (M. Botti) Jade Robbery(USA) (9.0f) - Talah
(Danehill (USA)(9.0f)) Highest winning mark 107 Current mark 107
The horse is usually held up

A very good horse that is bred to do well on the AW. One to follow this winter

When racing at Lingfield: 122312411 When racing at 6f: 121


When racing at Kempton: 172
When racing at Great Leighs: 1
All wins have come in tongue-tie When wearing cheekpieces: 3124
Comments - He just did not handle the very soft ground at Newmarket, but he is bred for the
sand and he loved this surface. Well probably keep him on the all-weather.

DADO MUSH 5-y-o b g (T.T. Clement)


Almushtarak(IRE) (9.8f) - Princess Of Spain (King Of Spain(7.3f))
Highest winning mark 73 Current mark 77
The horse usually races prominently (did not take to visor and now wears cheekpieces)
The horse is better at one of the AW tracks but may need to drop a few pounds before
winning again
When racing at Southwell: 801111312
All wins have come in cheekpieces
When ridden by Kirsty Milczarek: 111131296

Comments - Having him gelded has been the making of him. He's never looked back. He loved
the surface.

DIRICULOUS 4-y-o b g (T.G. Mills)


Diktat (8.3f) - Sheila's Secret(IRE) (Bluebird (USA)(8.2f)) Highest winning mark 88
Current mark 97
The horse is usually held up

The horse has taken well to the AW surface and is likely to run well through the
winter

When racing at Great Leighs: 11 When racing at Kempton: 4112


When racing at Lingfield: 3
When racing at Southwell: 1511
When ridden by Jim Crowley: 1213591 When ridden by John Egan: 11
All wins have come at 6f

EKTIMAAL 5-y-o ch g (E.A.L. Dunlop)


Bahamian Bounty (6.6f) - Secret Circle (Magic Ring (IRE)(7.5f)) Highest winning mark
81 Current mark 87
The horse usually races prominently

The horse may need to drop a few pounds before he starts winning again and should
be watched at the following tracks.
When racing at Kempton: 118
When racing at Wolverhampton: 11
When racing at Lingfield: 235
When ridden by J. Spencer or Paul Hanagan: 11

Comments - The racing in the winter has given him a better chance and the wind operation he
had seems to be working well. The partnership which owns him only got him three weeks ago
and now well see what the handicapper does. I put him in the Lincoln but being by Bahamian
Bounty he could easily go sprinting

EXPENSIVE ART (IRE) 4-y-o b f (S.A. Callaghan) Cape Cross(IRE) (8.5f) - Walnut
Lady (Forzando(7.1f))
Highest winning mark 80 Current mark 83
Usually races prominently but missed start last time

The horse is best in low grade handicaps at 6f or below

When racing at 6f in Class 4 events or below: 172121 When racing as above but at
Lingfield only: 171 When ridden by N. Callan or Hayley Turner: 121

FAJR (IRE) 6-y-o b g (Miss Gay Kellaway)


Green Desert(USA) (7.8f) - Ta Rib(USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)(8.7f)) Highest winning
mark 106 Current mark 105
The horse is usually held up

The horse is a Lingfield specialist

When racing at Lingfield at 7f: 12


When racing at Lingfield at 8f: 11115131 When racing at Lingfield at 10f: 8
When racing at Kempton: 2753 When racing at Wolverhampton: 34 When racing at
Great Leighs: 6 When wearing blinkers: 131486

Comments It was my decision to put the blinkers on, I just felt he hung the latch a bit at
Kempton last time, it wasn't a last resort though. He's been brilliant and he still has some
maturing to do. He's definitely a Lincoln horse, that's a great race and we'll have a crack at it.

FIERY LAD (IRE) 3-y-o b g (G.M. Lyons)


Mull Of Kintyre(USA) (8.8f) - Forget Paris(IRE) (Broken Hearted(10.1f)) Highest
winning mark 101 Current mark 107
The horse is usually held up

The horse is improving all the time and ran really well in a Listed event last time out
should be able to win more races on the AW

When racing at Dundalk: 2113113 When ridden by J. Murtagh: 11 When ridden by


E.J.McNamara: 2131

GARLOGS 5-y-o b g (R. Hollinshead) Hunting Lion(IRE) (5.5f) - Fading (Pharly (FR )
(11.3f)) Highest winning mark 71 Current mark 70
The horse usually leads (worn blinkers on one occasion)
As a front runner does seem better in small fields

When racing at Southwell: 321122433263111


When racing at Southwell with 9 runners or less: 1122211
When racing at Southwell with 10 runners or more: 32433631
All wins have come in January to May
When ridden by Russell Kennemore: 3 wins and 1 place from 5 runs

Comments - He's had a knee operation since he last ran. but we were happy he was ready and
fancied him to run well.

GENTLEMANS DEAL(IRE) 7-y-o b h (M.W. Easterby) Danehill(USA) (9.0f) -


Sleepytime(IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)(8.5f)) Highest winning mark 108 Current
mark 108
The horse can race prominently or lead

A very high class AW horse that should be winning more races this winter

When racing on the AW: 111111121 When racing with 8 runners or less: 1111 When
ridden by Paul Mulrennan: 111121 When racing at Wolverhampton: 11 When racing
at Southwell: 111

Comments - He was a bit unlucky to get beat the time before as we were shifted out a bit wide,
and he has done well to win here as we knew there was going to be no pace, so planned to do the
donkeywork. Kicking on down the hill was the manoeuvre that won us the race, as he wasn't
doing a lot in front late on. He'll be better in a better race and needs a stronger pace. The
Winter Derby is the plan and there's a race at Kempton in the meantime that's being talked
about.

GRANDE CAIMAN (IRE) 4-y-o ch c (R. Hannon) Grand Lodge(USA) (9.8f) - Sweet
Retreat (Indian Ridge(7.7f)) Highest winning mark 85 Current mark 94
The horse can race prominently or be held up

The horse runs well at one of the AW tracks

When racing at Lingfield: 11112


When racing at Kempton and Wolverhampton: 75033 When wearing cheekpieces:
839

HALSION CHANCER 4-y-o br g (J.R. Best) Atraf (7.6f) - Lucky Dip (Tirol(8.6f))
Highest winning mark 84 Current mark 84
The can race prominently or lead

The horse goes very well at Lingfield with a record of 1146121161982


When racing at Lingfield at 5f:1141219 When racing at Lingfield at 6f: 612 When
racing at Lingfield at 7f: 168 When ridden by John Egan: 1211

Comments - I'm delighted for the owners, this is their first horse and they've been so patient.
We've always thought quite a bit of him and he wouldn't be that far behind Hurricane Spirit,
he'll certainly come on a good deal for this and we're excited by him

HAROLDINI (IRE) 6-y-o b g (J. Balding)


Breeding: Orpen(USA) (7.5f) - Ciubanga(IRE) (Arazi (USA)(9.6f)) Highest winning
mark 64 Current mark 67
The horse is usually held up (wears cheekpieces)

The horse does have a preference for Southwell and also has a class ceiling
When racing at Southwell in Class 6 or below: 2222111 The horse is 0 from 14 in
Class 5 or higher
When ridden by Paul Mulrennan: 113

HATTAN (IRE) 6-y-o ch h (C.E. Brittain)


Halling(USA) (10.4f) - Luana (Shaadi (USA)(8.1f))
Highest winning mark 110 Current mark 110
Usually races prominently (has worn blinkers and visor on last two runs)

Although not the most consistent of horses when he is right can he can look very
good. Ran well on the 6th September winning a Group race at Kempton over 12f and
that now may be his best distance. Did not stay 1m5 12 f last time at Great Leighs.

When racing at Lingfield: 01 When racing at Wolverhampton: 1 When racing at


Kempton: 1
When racing at Great Leighs: 5

Comments - He was fantastically trained to the minute. Last year he ran a good race, but by not
taking him to Dubai this time round, he came here a fresh horse. He's getting better as he is
getting older, and this is just a stepping stone. I'm sure there's more to come from him. He did
that well, and he might have just stepped up on what he was last year.

HELLO MAN (IRE) 5-y-o b g (Eamon Tyrell) Princely Heir(IRE) (10.0f) - Mignon
(Midyan (USA)(9.6f)) Highest winning mark: 72 Current mark: 75
The horse races prominently

The horse does well at one track when brought over from Ireland

When racing at Lingfield: 227


When racing at Kempton: 86
When racing at Wolverhampton: 15211 When ridden by Jerry ODwyer: 1216
All wins have come in Class 5 or 6 events All wins have come at 6f
When racing in December: 121

Comments - Ive had horses beaten by short heads and necks here before this, but I like coming
here (Wolverhampton) because the surface is so good,

HITS ONLY JUDE (IRE) 5-y-o gr g (P.A. Blockley) Bold Fact(USA) (6.8f) - Grey
Goddess (Godswalk (USA)(8.2f)) Highest winning mark 68 Current mark 78
The horse can lead or race prominently

The horse should be followed at one track only

When racing at Southwell: 111


When NOT racing at Southwell: 2595557723

Comments - He has got his confidence back and is enjoying life now

GHYLL (IRE) 6-y-o ch g (A. Balding) Titus Livius(FR) (7.4f) - Crimada(IRE)


(Mukaddamah (USA)(8.0f)) Highest winning mark 79 Currnet mark 79
The horse can be held up or raced prominently

The horse will be of interest if returning to the AW this winter

When racing at Kempton: 11


He is 0 from 3 at the other AW tracks When ridden by William Buick: 11

JOSH YOU ARE 5-y-o b g (D.E Cantillon) Josr Algarhoud(IRE) (8.9f) - Cibenze
(Owington(7.9f)) Highest winning mark 65 Current mark 70
The horse is usually held up

The horse does seem better at two AW tracks

When racing at Lingfield and Kempton: 112112 When NOT racing at Lingfield and
Kempton: 704233 All wins have come in Class 5 events or lower

JOY AND PAIN 7-y-o b g (M.J. Attwater)


Pursuit Of Love (8.3f) - Ice Chocolate(USA) (Icecapade (USA)(7.9f)) Highest winning
mark 59 Current mark 62
Usually races prominently (wears cheekpieces)

The horse is a low grade handicapper but money can be made under certain
conditions
When racing at Lingfield at 7f in Class 6 events: 11461111
In Class 6 events the horse has won 8 from 21 starts
In Class 5 events and above the horse has only won 2 from 42 starts

INCHPAST 7-y-o ch g (M.H. Tompkins)


Inchinor (8.8f) - Victor Ludorum (Rainbow Quest (USA)(11.1f)) Highest winning
mark 72 Current mark 72
The horse is usually held up (wears blinkers)

The horse will only be of interest when racing at Wolverhampton

When racing at Wolverhampton @ 2m1f: 11 For both wins he was ridden by Paul
Mulrennan

KARMEST 4-y-o ch f (A.D Brown)


Breeding: Best Of The Bests(IRE) (8.4f) - Karmafair(IRE) (Always Fair (USA)(14.0f))
Highest winning mark 59 Current mark 62
The horse is usually held up (has worn blinkers on last 3 runs)

The horse really runs well on the Fibresand


When racing at Southwell: 31131 When ridden by S. Bushby: 11

Comments - It was my fault she got beat here three weeks ago. I told his jockey not to be afraid
to make plenty of use of the horse if there was no pace on, but it's now clear that she's one who
wants holding up, and she actually got to the front too early today and was idling in the straight.

LITTLE EDWARD 10-y-o gr g (R.J. Hodges) King's Signet(USA) (7.1f) - Cedar Lady
(Telsmoss(6.5f)) Highest winning mark 88 Current mark: 91
The horse is usually held up

Although in the veteran stages should run well under his ideal conditions this coming
AW season

When racing at Lingfield at 5f: 21111


When ridden by G. Baker: 4 wins and 2 places from 7 runs All wins have come in
Class 5 events or lower

MASTER OF ARTS (USA) 3-y-o b/br g (Sir Mark Prescott) Swain(IRE) (9.3f) - Grazia
(Sharpo(7.4f))
Highest winning mark 95 Current mark 104
Can race prominently or be held up
Could be useful this year if M. Prescott can find suitable races

When racing on the AW: 801111


When racing on the AW at 7f to 8f: 1111 When ridden by Seb Sanders : 80111
Comments - I have run out of ideas now so five hours work please with the (racing)
calendar to find him another race please.He didn't show much in the spring and I just
thought he would win a race but he has improved with every race.

MATSUNOSUKE 6-y-o b g (A.B. Coogan) Magic Ring(IRE) (7.5f) - Lon Isa (Grey
Desire(9.1f)) Highest winning mark 91 Current mark 94
The horse is usually held up

Runs well on the AW and I am sure he can win more races this winter
When racing on the AW: 112533 (when 5th he got no sort of run) When ridden by K.
McEvoy: 115
All wins have come at 5f

Comments - Kerrin gave him great ride and balanced him well. He's not a difficult horse and he
has proved that he is tough and resilient

MUHANNAK (IRE) 4-y-o b g (R.M. Beckett) Chester House(USA) (9.1f) - Opera


(Forzando(7.1f)) Highest winning mark 89 Current mark 97
The horse is usually held up (has worn blinkers: 13)

Could be a useful prospect this winter after success in Listed race in Ireland

When racing on the AW: 2131311 When racing at Wolverhampton: 13 When racing
at Lingfield: 23
When racing at Kempton: 11
When racing at Dundalk: 1

MILLVILLE 8-y-o ch g (M.A. Jarvis) Millkom (11.2f) - Miss Top Ville(FR) (Top
Ville(11.2f)) Highest winning mark 106 Current mark 107
Usually races prominently

The horse does seem better at 1m 4f now a feeling shared by connections.

When racing at 1m4f at Lingfield: 1132114


When racing at 1m4f at Wolverhampton: 21
When racing in January: 121
When ridden by Neil Callan: 5 wins, 4 places from 12 runs.
Comments - He loves it around here (Lingfield), and this trip is ideal. He tends to race
a bit lazily over a mile and two, but this trip gives him a chance to warm up a bit. He is
a decent horse on the all-weather.

MR AVIATOR (USA) 4-y-o b/br c (R.Hannon) Lear Fan(USA) (10.3f) - In


Bloom(USA) (Clever Trick (USA)(7.6f)) Highest wining mark 95 Current mark 99
The horse can lead or race prominently

horse would seem to be better in smaller fields


When racing at Kempton: 8112
When racing at Lingfield: 12
When racing with 9 runners or less: 1112 When racing with 10 runners or more: 82
When ridden by Richard Hughes: 1112

MR LAMBROS 7-y-o ch g (Miss Gay Kellaway) Pivotal (7.6f) - Magical Veil (Majestic
Light (USA)(9.4f)) Highest winning mark 82 Current mark 92
Can front run or be held up (worn tongue tie and visor)

The horse does seem better in smaller fields when racing on the AW

When racing at 6f to 7f in fields of 10 or less: 311115


When racing at 6f to 7f in fields of 11 or more: 12170295002 When ridden by M.
Fenton: 11152
All wins in Class 4 events or below

Comments - He sulked when he was crowded at Wolverhampton, but when he gets his way in
front he's very hard to get by
MR MISCHIEF 8-y-o b g (M.C. Chapman) Millkom (11.2f) - Snow Huntress (Shirley
Heights(12.3f)) Highest winning mark 63 Current mark 65
The horse is usually held up

The horse has now won 8 from 12 starts when racing at Wolverhampton or Southwell.

When racing at Southwell: 11216


When racing at Wolverhampton: 1113113 When racing at Lingfield: 30
When racing in November and December: 11311
When ridden by Lee Enstone/Ryan Moore: 5 wins and 2 places from 9 rides

Comments - We've been giving him willow water which we've brought from Flookburgh, a little
village close to Cartmel, for the past three weeks. It has salasin from the willow in it, and it acts
as a pick-me-up, as you saw here
NEW YORK OSCAR 4-y-o b g (A.J. McCabe)
Tobougg(IRE) (9.6f) - Special Dissident (Dancing Dissident (USA)(7.7f)) Highest
winning mark 76 Current mark 70
The horse usually races prominently (has worn cheekpieces, visor and blinkers)

Has slipped back down to an attractive mark and can hopefully find the form he was
in last winter

When racing at Lingfield: 22111156 Is effective at both 5f and 6f

PHILATELIST (USA) 4-y-o b c (M.A. Jarvis) Rahy(USA) (9.5f) - Polent (Polish


Precedent (USA)(9.4f)) Highest winning mark 94 Current mark 94
Usually races prominently

Although disappointing in Group company did not get the best of runs and I feel he
will certainly be up to Listed class this winter

When racing at Lingfield: 110


When racing at Kempton: 1
When racing in Group company: 0
When racing below Group company: 111 When ridden by N. Callan: 101
Comments - That's a nice consolation as he got no run in the Winter Derby, although I am not
saying he would have won. He could have a little break now as he isn't a soft-ground horse and
he goes particularly well on this surface

POCKET TOO 5-y-o b g (M. Salaman)


Fleetwood(IRE) (10.9f) - Pocket Venus(IRE) (King's Theatre (IRE)(11.2f)) Highest
winning mark 74 Current mark 76
The horse can lead or race prominently

The horse seems to be a true stayer and will be of interest in this type of race

When racing on the AW: 873135111


When racing at 14f or more: 3135111
When ridden by Kirsty Milczarek: 411
When racing with 8 runners or less at 14f or more: 1111

Comments - He's been jumping, so I knew he'd stay all day. I kicked on at the three pole and he's
just carried me home

POLISH POWER (GER) 8-y-o br h (J.S. Moore) Halling(USA) (10.4f) - Polish Queen
(Polish Precedent (USA)(9.4f)) Highest winning mark 80 Current mark 90
The horse is usually held up
The horse is clearly better in Class 4 events or below and also seems better in larger
fields.

When racing in Class 2 events: 6262


When racing in Class 3 events: 327
When racing in Class 4 events: 481431012
When racing in Class 5 and 6 events: 14411
When racing in fields of 12 or more runners: 111801

PREMIO LOCO (USA) 4-y-o ch g (C.F. Wall) Prized(USA) (9.2f) - Crazee Mental
(Magic Ring (IRE)(7.5f)) Highest winning mark 99 Current mark 99
The horse usually races prominently

A horse with a lot of potential and will be of interest if running on the AW this winter
When racing at Wolverhampton: 8 When racing at Lingfield: 1
When racing at Kempton: 11 When ridden by G. Baker: 111

Comments - Anything could happen with this weather so I wouldn't say definitely not but we
need to make a decision now if he is going to Dubai as he will need a break before that.

RESPLENDANT ACE 4-y-o b c (P. Howling) Trans Island (8.4f) - Persian Polly
(Persian Bold(10.4f)) Highest winning mark 70 Current mark 75
The horse usually races prominently

The horse seems to be at his best when ridden by J. Quinn

When racing at Kempton at 11f to 12f: 12116


When racing at Kempton in Class 5 and 6 events: 1211
When ridden at Kempton by J. Quinn: 211 in all AW events: 13022113

ROYAL ENVOY (IRE) 5-y-o b g (P. Howling) Royal Applause (7.6f) - Seven Notes
(Zafonic (USA)(8.6f)) Highest winning mark 72 Current mark 76
Usually races prominently

The horse reserves his best for one of the AW tracks

When racing at 6f to 7f at Kempton: 3212213143


At Lingfield and Wolverhampton the horse has only won 1 from 11 starts

RUSSKI (IRE) 4-y-o b c (D.M. Simmock)


Fasliyev(USA) (7.1f) - Rose Of Mooncoin(IRE) (Brief Truce (USA)(8.6f)) Highest
winning mark: 90 Current mark 96
The horse can lead or race prominently
The horse runs well at Kempton and I will be waiting for him in small field races.

When racing at Lingfield: 8


When racing at Kempton: 1311417
When racing at Wolverhampton: 1
When racing with 9 runners or less: 111 When racing with 10 runners or more:
813417 When wearing blinkers: 311117
When NOT wearing blinkers: 814
When ridden by Richard Mullen: 117

Comments - I decided to ping him out and get a posy, and once getting there I was able to
control the pace. I was clear turning in, and Mr Simcock thought the horse was straighter than
for his previous run

SAFARI SUNDOWNER (IRE) 4-y-o b g (P. Winkworth) Daggers Drawn(USA) (8.4f)


- Acadelli(IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)(8.5f)) Highest winning mark 80 Current mark
85
The horse can lead, race prominently and be held up

The horse runs particularly well at Lingfield

When racing at 8f to 10f: 1112119 (9th came at Great Leighs and he could be another
horse that was not suited by the surface)
When racing at Lingfield at 8f to 10f: 111
When racing at 11f or more: 997130
When ridden by Jim Crowley: 1112179

SCAMPERDALE 6-y-o bg g (B.P.J. Baugh)


Compton Place (6.4f) - Miss Up N Go (Gorytus (USA)(9.8f))
Highest winning mark 82 Current mark 87
The horse can be held up or race prominently (has worn cheekpieces)

The horse runs very well at Wolverhampton especially in small fields

When racing with 9 runners or less: 213111


When racing with 10 runners: 315
When racing with 11 to 13 runners: 7540122146225
All wins have come in Class 4 events or below
When ridden by T.P.Queally: 5 wins and 4 places from 12 runs.

SGT SCHULTZ (IRE) 5-y-o b g (J.S. Moore)


In The Wings (11.7f) - Ann's Annie(IRE) (Alzao (USA)(10.3f)) Highest winning mark
89 Current mark 92
The horse is usually held up
The horse runs well on the AW track of Lingfield
When racing at Lingfield at 12f: 116413131
When racing at Lingfield at 12f with 9 runners or less: 1143131

Comments - He is a smashing horse who never runs a bad race. He has been quite unlucky in
two or three big handicaps but he is a horse with a lot of ability

SILVER PIVOTAL (IRE) 4-y-o br f (G.A. Butler) Pivotal (7.6f) - Silver Colours(USA)
(Silver Hawk (USA)(11.0f)) Highest winning mark 98 Current mark 105
The horse is usually held up

She could be a real star on the AW this winter if allowed to run. When second was
given too much to do.

When racing at Wolverhampton: 1 When racing at Lingfield: 12 When ridden by


Hayley Turner: 1

Comments - It was just unfortunate. We didn't blame the draw before but we are blaming it
now. I was on thebest horse in the race so it is disappointing. It is a short straight and excuses
are all you get here.

STYLE AWARD 3-y-o b f (W.J.H Ratcliffe) Acclamation (6.6f) - Elegant(IRE) (Marju


(IRE)(9.2f)) Highest winning mark: 76 Current mark 83
The horse usually races prominently

The horse is better in small fields on both the AW and turf

When racing with 6 runners or less (AW and turf): 11211 When racing with 7 runners
or more (AW and turf): 346244436044597545

THREE BOARS 6-y-o ch g (S. Gollings)


Most Welcome (8.8f) - Precious Poppy (Polish Precedent (USA)(9.4f)) Highest winning
mark 68 Current mark 68
The horse is usually held up

The horse really runs well on the Fibresand

When racing at Southwell: 1131221761


When racing at Southwell at 12f or more: 11122171 When racing with 7 runners or
less: 11211
When racing in Class 5 and 6 events: 1121112
TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA 5-y-o b g (Miss J.R. Tooth) Bertolini(USA) (6.6f) - Seren
Teg (Timeless Times (USA)(6.4f)) Highest winning mark: 60 Current mark: 63
The horse usually front runs

The horse likes to dominate and when finishing 6th and 5th was taken on by another
front runner.

The horse has only won 4 times from 13 runs when racing at Wolverhampton,
however if we break these runs down by stall allocation a pattern emerges:
When racing in Stalls 1-3: 1141615 (4-7)
When racing in Stall 4 or higher: 0526474 (0-6)

TROPICAL STRAIT (IRE) 5-y-o b g (D.W Arbuthnot) Intikhab(USA) (8.6f) -


Tropical Dance(USA) (Thorn Dance (USA)(9.7f)) Highest winning mark 77 Current
mark 89
The horse is usually held up
The horse clearly goes well in small fields (turf and AW) as can be seen below
When racing in fields of 9 runners or less: 1121 When racing in fields of 10 runners
or more: 2422472
Draw 2 11 6 5 1 6 3 9 3 1 1 5 2
Place 1 11 5 2 1 6 4 7 1 6 1 4 5

TURN ON THE STYLE 6-y-o ch g (J. Balding) Breeding: Pivotal (7.6f) - Elegant Rose
(Noalto(6.9f)) Highest winning mark 95 Current mark 99
Can front run or be held up

The horse tends to do best at one of the AW tracks

When racing at Lingfield: 11312


When racing at Southwell and Wolverhampton: 862166715 When racing in
December to February: 6 wins from 12 starts.

Comments - Eddie got blocked everywhere he went, but I always knew that he would win as
Turn On The Style is so brave, and their perseverance eventually paid off. I love this horse and
would sleep with him if they'd let me. He is a bit of a character - a real monkey. He was on a
six-month ban when we got him, having given no end of trouble at the stalls, but we have kidded
him along and thanks to all the team, including Yarmy (Steve Dyble), who goes down to the
start with him, we have got the job done

VINTAGE (IRE) 4-y-o b g (J. Akehurst)


Breeding: Danetime(IRE) (6.6f) - Katherine Gorge(USA) (Hansel (USA)(11.6f))
Highest winning mark: 72 Current mark 78
Usually races prominently
The horse does seem better at 6f on the AW and maybe better at Lingfield and
Wolverhampton

When racing at 6f handicaps on the AW: 1122215 When ridden by I. Mongan:


1512215
All wins in Class 4 events or below

WATAMU (IRE) 7-y-o b g (P.J. Makin)


Breeding: Groom Dancer(USA) (10.0f) - Miss Golden Sands (Kris(9.9f)) Highest
winning mark 99 Current mark 99
The horse is usually held up

The horse is certainly better at Lingfield and can be followed here

When racing at Lingfield: 22111


When racing at Wolverhampton: 5 When racing at Kempton: 0
When ridden by Seb Sanders: 2011 When racing with 8 runners or less: 11

Comments - He doesn't have many miles on the clock and had only two races last year. This
surface brings out the best in him (Lingfield)

WODHILL GOLD 7-y-o ch g (D. Morris)


Dancing Spree(USA) (8.0f) - Golden Filigree (Faustus (USA)(9.3f)) Highest winning
mark 59 Current mark 63

The horse usually races prominently (usually wears a visor)


The horse runs well at Southwell but does seem better in lower grade races.
When racing at Southwell in Class 6 events or lower at 7f to 8f: 3123212211

Comments - Hes a horse who needs plenty of encouragement. Hes a thinker and a bit of a
wimp, and it was hard on Hayley (Turner) to get three days for the whip when she rode him last
week and Hayleys given him a fine ride today. Shes very good, in my opinion. Thats why I use
her.

YAKIMOV (USA) 9-y-o ch g (Ollie Pears)


Affirmed(USA) (10.2f) - Ballet Troupe(USA) (Nureyev (USA)(8.2f)) Highest winning
mark 85 Current mark 85

The horse usually races prominently


When racing at Southwell: 4121111223
When racing at Southwell with 7 runners or less: 12111112 When racing at Southwell
in Class 6 events: 21112
Racing Vaults Staking Plan One
Here are a selection of some of my tried and tested staking plans. I didnt realise how old these
were until I read back through them only to spot the betting tax added in at the time.

When you become a full time member with my All Weather Specialist service I will advise you on
the correct staking to use for optimum results.

The staking plans are are free to use or adapt them as you see fit.

Note. Obviously with no more tax to pay on winnings, profits will be even higher.

Column 1: Always start with a target of 4 for the 1st bet and add 4 for each and every bet until a
profit is made and the coup is closed.

Column 2: The total of column 1 and column 5. Column 5 being the running total of points
lost. Always treat column 5 as a positive value when adding to column 1, irrespective of whether it
is showing a plus or a minus.

Column 3: Stake Indicator. Divide column 2 by 3 (except the first bet), always round up to next
whole pound. Multiply the resulting figure by your chosen point value to find your next stake.

Column 4. This is the amount won or lost on the bet. i.e. plus or minus. Always include betting
tax at this point.

Column 5. Running total of points won or lost. Column 5 from the previous bet plus or minus
column 4 of current bet.
Bet at the indicated stake in column 3 (multiplying this by your chosen point value) until the
value of column 5 EQUALS or EXCEEDS 1. Do not start a new plan until the coup is closed.

EXAMPLE (10% Betting Tax included)

COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2 COLUMN 3 COLUMN 4 COLUMN 5


4 points + Total of Col 1 Stake Indicator Amount won Running total
4 every bet + Col 5 (5 always Divide Col 2 by 3 or lost on bet of points won
negative) & multiply by your Include tax won or lost
chosen point value
to find your stake

4 4 2 (lost) -2.20 -2.20


8 10.2 4 (lost) -4.40 -6.60
12 18.60 7 (lost) -7.70 -14.30
16 30.30 11 (lost) -12.10 -26.40
20 46.40 16 (won 2/1) +30.40 +4.00
24 28.00 10 (won 4/1) +39.00 +43.00
Column 5 exceeds column 1 - GAME CLOSES

In the above example, if your chosen point value was 5 (column 3 multiplied by 5) your stakes
would have been 10-20-35-55-80-50 and a profit of 215 would have been made.

Racing Vaults Staking Plan Two


1st of each month divide your bank by 20 to arrive at an initial monthly stake (5%
of your betting bank)
Continue with this stake until a profit is shown on the month. After an overall
monthly profit has been made, increase your stake to 7.5% of your bank
Continue using 7.5% of your bank until a new profit is shown on the month Each
time a new profit is made, increase your stake by 2.5% to a maximum 25% of
your bank Once a higher percentage of your bank has been reached, DO NOT
REDUCE your stake. Remain on your current stake until an overall profit has
been made.
Re-calculate your new starting stake on the 1st day of each month by dividing your
total bank by 20 and start again with 5%
An accurate record of your monthly Profit/Loss figures should be kept to operate this staking
plan. Ensure that betting tax is included in your figures.

EXAMPLE

STARTING BANK 2000.00 - Tax @ 10%


1st month 5% bank = 100 (lost) Bank = 1890
2nd month 5% bank = 100 (lost) Bank = 1780
3rd month 5% bank = 100 (Won 3/1) Bank = 2070
5th month 7.5% bank = 155 (lost) Bank = 1899.50
7th month 7.5% bank = 155 (lost) Bank = 1729
12th month 7.5% bank = 155 (Won 3/1) Bank = 2178.50
16th month 10% bank = 218 (Won 9/2) Bank = 3137.70
20th month 12.5% bank = 392 (lost) Bank = 2706.50
22nd month 12.5% bank = 392 (Won 2/1) Bank = 3451.30
25th month 15% bank = 518 (Won 1/1) Bank = 3917.50
26th month 17.5% bank = 686 (Won 7/4) Bank = 5049.40
27th month 20% bank = 1010 (lost) Bank = 3938.40
31st month 20% bank = 1010 (Won 10/11) Bank = 4755.58
BANK @ CLOSE OF MONTH = 4755.58
1st month 5% bank = 238 (lost) Bank = 4493.78

2nd month 5% bank = 238 (Won 15/8) Bank = 4916.23

3rd month 7.5% bank = 369

Racing Vaults Staking Plan Three


Divide your bank by 9 to find your first stake.

If selection loses:
Divide Bank by 9 again to find second stake
Continue dividing by 9 until a winner

After a winner:
Divide bank by 5 (always divide by 5 after a winner)

If next selection loses:


Divide bank by 7 to find next stake

If Lose:
Divide by 9 and continue dividing by 9 until a winner

To summarise:-
1/9th of betting bank until a winner
1/5th of betting bank after a winner, until a loser
1/7th of betting bank on next bet
If 1/7th wins, stake 1/5th on next bet.
If 1/7th loses, stake 1/9th on next bet
Racing Vaults Staking Plan Four

To find your stake, multiply the Aim by 1. Decrease the multiplication factor after each loser as
follows:-
Horse 2 = x 0.80
Horse 3 = x 0.60
Horse 4 = x 0.40
Horse 5 = x 0.30 and remain multiplying by 0.30 until a winner.

After a winner restart multiplying the Aim by 1 and repeat.

Start with an Aim of 50 for this example and Arrears of NIL.

After each loser add your lost stake to both Aim and Arrears.
Each game closes when the Arrears exceed the Aim by at least 50 (or whatever your chosen unit
Aim.)
Always ensure that your stake is never more than the Aim (except for betting tax).

AIM 50 Arrears Nil Return Stake inc tax


Horse 1 (aim x 1) = 50 = tax (lost) - 55

AIM -150 Arrears - 55


Horse 2 (aim x 0.80) =84 + tax (lost) - 92.40

AIM -197.40 Arrears -147.40


Horse 3 (aim x 0.60) = 119 + tax (lost) - 130.90

AIM -328.30 Arrears -278.30


Horse 4 (aim x 0.40) = 132 + tax (lost) - 145.20

AIM -473.50 Arrears -423.50


Horse 5 (aim x 0.30) = 143 + tax (W 3/1) 572 157.30

AIM -58.80 Arrears -8.80


Horse 6 (aim x 1) = 59 + tax (W 9/4) 191.75 64.90

AIM +68.05 PROFIT + 118.05


Each game closes when the arrears exceed the aim by at least 50.

Racing Vaults Good Old System


I would advise that before you jump straight in you take some time to monitor the NH Selling
System.
Sadly I no longer keep results for this system, as you can see below though it has performed every
year in which Ive used it.
If however you do jump straight in then please play sensibly and use a good staking system, if you do
this then my little system wont let you down in the long term.

NH HUNT SELLING SYSTEM

1. NH Selling Races Only

2. Only consider hurdle races (not chases)

3. Now look for one of the following trainers: John G Carr, JL Flint, C
Gordon, GE Jones, AG Newcombe, AG Richards, Mrs A Thorpe, Mrs
L Wadham.
Thats it a very simple system that has given the following results
191 runners with 47 winners (24.23%SR) and a SP profit of 226.25
points (very impressive returns)
The system has not failed to make a profit in the last 7 years.
Summary & Disclaimers

Hopefully you have enjoyed this PDF, maybe you will try some of the system
methods and ideas within.
Information contained is varied. Material contained within the PDF is derived
from a lot of inside and outside knowledge and research.
From the very first day I become fascinated with racing I was always keen to learn
as much as possible from other like minded fellow bettors. Hence if any of the
information contained is similar to any other authors then I would happily credit
where necessary. Suffice to say i have no idea where any similar work to my own
may have come from.
Im always interested in how they went about their racing business. I compared a
great deal of what I have seen against my own working methods.
Some of the material you see may have been given or passed onto me to either look at
and dismiss or in some cases advise upon.
I have used any interesting information I have found over the years to enable me to
ask questions within racing.
Ive had many ideas which have become part of the service you will see from me very
soon. This didn't happen overnight.
I've had even more ideas which didn't stand the test of time, Ive seen a lot of
people offer what looks on paper to be a very good concept to only find it fail the
test when thrust into live racing.
Horse racing is all about having the ability to adapt to the ever changing race
environment.
Its this environment in which I work daily when we assess the race cards.
My hope is that I have passed onto you some interesting information and nuggets of
information to help you become a far greater bettor.
All credit due to any respected authors of possible included content.
Many Thanks
George Foster

The All Weather Specialist