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One of the measures of when the ratings are on form are when we gets lots of Forecasts and Trifectas.

And yesterday we certainly did that.

Had you done the forecast in all 41 races you would have had £79.83 returned to the £41 stakes.

Had you done the Trifecta in all 41 races you would have had £361 returned to the £41 stakes.

For the new R7 ratings, we had 6 R7 top rated horses yesterday - 3 of those won; had you blindly backed each of them to £10 stakes you would have had £70.35 returned to the £60 staked - this represents a POI (Profit on Investment) of 17.25%

For more detail, here are the results in the Traffic Light Results PDF format... Yesterday's Traffic Light Results

Anyway, let's get on and take a quick look at yesterday's results in more detail....

Yesterday's Results

Yesterday's Results, show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 36.59%.

Yesterday's Live Ratings, show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 35.56%.

Yesterday's - Link to Follow - results for All Races (including previously unrated races), show a strike rate (for our top rated horse) of 33.33% from all 45 Races (including previously unrated races.)

The Overall Profit Index. If you had blindly backed every top three rated horse in all of the races you would have had 88.8 units returned to 121 units staked. The Overall Profit Index was, thus, -26.61%

Top Rated Horse - There were 15 winners from the top rated horses from 41 Races. If you had blindly backed the top rated horse in all of the races you would have had 49.05 units returned to 41 units staked. The Top Rated Profit Index was, thus, 19.63%

2nd Rated Horse - There were 5 winners from the second rated horses from 42 Races. If you had blindly backed the 2nd rated horse in all of the races you would have had 17.75 units returned to 42 units staked. The 2nd Rated Profit Index was, thus, -57.74%

3rd Rated Horse - There were 4 winners from the third rated horses from 38 Races. If you had blindly backed the 3rd rated horse in all of the races you would have had 22 units returned to 38 units staked. The 3rd Rated Profit Index was, thus, -42.11%

Non Handicap Races - Top Rated Horse - There were 18 non-handicap races yesterday. From these races there were 8 Top Rated winners. Thus, the Strike Rate (for Top Rated Horses) was 44.44%

Top Rated Horse - If you had blindly backed the top rated horse in all of the races you would have had 22.08 units returned to 18 units staked. The Top Rated Non-Handicap Profit Index was, thus, 22.67%

Non Handicap Races - Top Three Rated Horses - There were 18 non-handicap races yesterday. From these races there were 12 Top Three Rated winners. Thus, the Strike Rate (for the Top Three Rated Horses) was 66.67%

Forecasts

There were 8 forecasts yesterday.

Newbury 13:50:00 - The CSF paid £9.58

Newton Abbot 14:30:00 - The CSF paid £21.25

Newton Abbot 15:05:00 - The CSF paid £2.11

Ballinrobe 15:30:00 - The CSF paid £3.79

Newcastle (AW) 17:15:00 - The CSF paid £3.20

Ayr 17:30:00 - The CSF paid £28.12

Ballinrobe 18:10:00 - The CSF paid £5.04

Newcastle (AW) 18:20:00 - The CSF paid £6.74

Trifectas

There were 5 tricasts/trifectas yesterday.

Newbury 13:50:00 - The Trifecta paid £103.00

Newton Abbot 14:30:00 - The Trifecta paid £77.00

Newcastle (AW) 17:15:00 - The Trifecta paid £3.40

Ayr 17:30:00 - The Trifecta paid £151.10

Newcastle (AW) 18:20:00 - The Trifecta paid £26.50

Something to make you smile...

The Spoon

Last week, we took some friends out to a new restaurant, and noticed that the waiter who took our order carried a spoon in his shirt pocket. It seemed a little strange.

When the waiter brought our water and cutlery, I noticed he also had a spoon in his shirt pocket. Then I looked around and saw that all the staff had spoons in their pockets.

When the waiter came back to serve our soup I asked, "Why the spoon?" "Well, "he explained, "the restaurant’s owners hired Andersen Consulting to revamp all our processes. After several months of analysis, they concluded that the spoon was the most frequently dropped piece of cutlery. It represents a drop frequency of approximately 3 spoons per table per hour. If our staff are better prepared, we can reduce the number of trips back to the kitchen and save 15 man-hours per shift."

As luck would have it, I dropped my spoon and he was able to replace it with his spare. "I’ll get another spoon next time I go to the kitchen instead of making an extra trip to get it right now." I was impressed.

I also noticed that there was a string hanging out of the waiter’s zip on his trousers. Looking around, I noticed that all the waiters had the same string hanging from their flies. So before he walked off, I asked the waiter, "Excuse me, but can you tell me why you have that string right there?"

"Oh, certainly!" Then he lowered his voice. "Not everyone is so observant. That consulting firm I mentioned also found out that we can save time in the rest-room. By tying this string to the tip of you know what, we can pull it out without touching it and eliminate the need to wash our hands, shortening the time spent in the rest-room by 76.39 per cent."

I asked "After you get it out, how do you put it back?"

"Well," he whispered, "I don’t know about the others, but I use the spoon."

Today

Today's early test ratings show 53 rated races from seven meetings.

Have a great day's racing!

As always...

My kindest regards

keith-eckstein1

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