Finding Winners

There’s no such thing as a sure thing, but your Form Ratings racecards will significantly bolster your chances of finding winners more consistently.

Hopefully by now you’ve managed to familiarise yourself with our racecards. If not, be sure to check out our video tutorials section. As well as understanding exactly how they work, you’ll also be able to discover some of the successful systems & strategies current members are using to generate significant returns.

Below are a few “case studies”on how our members are successfully using Form Ratings.

“BOOM! Great top rated tips today guys! 5 out of 5 wins!”

Simon Coates Gold Member

Carl Kimmins

Carl Kimmins – Silver Member

The Selection Process

Each evening Carl goes through the racecards and filters down the Top Two Rated in Handicap races where both selections have forecast odds of 5/1 or greater.

He then backs these to level stakes, so effectively places four bets on each race where the criteria are met.

So, if you find a racecard which is a “handicap” where..

Top Rated HORSE is 5/1 = You’d back this “to win” AND “to place” on Betfair Exchange.
2nd Rated HORSE is 8/1 = You’d back this “to win” AND “to place” on Betfair Exchange.

What are the results like?

Carl Kimmins

Steve Ellis – Gold Member

The Selection Process

“I do most of the smart selections at £30 hopefully this will increase as my bankroll does. But sometimes leave it out if I don’t fancy it. Or go e/w if odds.

I also pick my top 4 horses a day and do all the doubles so 6 doubles. And am making a tidy profit.
For me discipline is the key pick my horses and stick to it. And not try and do to many races.”

What are the results like?

Carl Kimmins

Shridaren Caulee – Silver Member

The Selection Process

Shridaren has a fairly flexible approach to using the racecards. Here’s an example of how he picks out selections:

What are the results like?

He recently landed an outrageous 41/1 shot! Some other examples:

Carl Kimmins

Simon Coates- Gold Member

The Selection Process

Simon tends to put the smart selections into multiple bets.

If there are two selections he’ll more than likely do two 1 point singles and a half point double. So using £8 stakes would be £8 single, £8 single, £4 double.

If there are four horses he places a Lucky15, that would be no greater than the cost of four, one-point single bets. So at £8 a point his Lucky15 should cost less than £32 total. In this scenario he’d bet £2 stakes (a Lucky15 is 15x your stakes) giving a total bet of £30.

Whether he bets win or each-way depends on the odds. Generally he doesn’t place each-way bets unless the odds are greater than 6/1.

Simon says;

“I think that when you have smart selections where odds on horses are shorter than 2/1 accas, L15s etc are the way to go. Ok the returns are less if only one horse wins, but as you have seen from my most recent result this weekend, the 3 from 4 L15 gave me a 300%+ profit.”

Carl Kimmins

Neil Latham – Gold Member

The Selection Process

Neil has tested out a strategy where he aims for a daily profit. He goes about this by focusing on the top two rated and only betting in races where the top two are odds of 9/4 and above. He stakes £2.50 for a win bet and £1.25 each-way (if the horse is above 5/1) He also picks out the best of the top two rated and plays them in multiples.

What are the results like?

Carl Kimmins

Syed Tab Naqvi – Gold Member

The Selection Process

Syed has multiple approaches to using Form Ratings. One of these is where he target’s £30 profit per day. He does this by backing the top two rated on the racecards with £10 stakes. Singles or Each-Way depending on the price.

He also shares his best ideas that he comes up with analysing our racecards in the group most days!

What are the results like?

Carl Kimmins

Best Temi Ikheafe – Gold Member

The Selection Process

Best Temi Ikheafe, a Gold member backs the daily smart selections. He also spots opportunities within the main cards and makes use of our private group to discover good potential selections from other members.

What are the results like?