There’s no such thing as a sure thing, but the Form Ratings racecards will provide you with extra insight to help you make a better informed decision.
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 check out some of the systems & strategies current members are working on.
Whilst we provide racecards our members interpret them in a variety of ways. The strategies talked about below are those shared by our members shared in our private members group NOT one’s we endorse ourselves. Also please be mindful that past performance does not guarantee future results.
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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.
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Steve follows the Smart Selections and also uses the racecards to pick out his own selections.
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Shridaren has a fairly flexible approach to using the racecards. Here’s an example of how he picks out selections:
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Simon tends to put the smart selections into multiple bet types.
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Neil focuses on the top two rated horses where the forecast odds are 9/4 or greater.
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Syed focuses on the top two rated on the racecards and looks to pick out singles and each way selections.
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Silver member Carl Kimmins backs the Top Two rated in handicap races where both are odds of 5/1 or greater.
Gold member Syed Nakqvi focuses predominantly on the top two rated. He also enjoys sharing his ideas in the private Facebook group.
Simon Coates tends to put the smart selections into multiple bet accumulators.
Gold member Christopher Lay focuses on the Smart Selections and in particular the “top rated” ones, and looks at ways to further improve them by applying additional filters from the main cards.