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Sent: Monday, 16 March 2015 7:42 AM
Subject: Top Four Ratings
Thank you for bringing the Top Four ratings back. It's funny you know,
I always go to your site to have a look at everything you have there regardless
of whether the ratings were there or not, your site is the only site I
really trust over all the other sites I have visited. There are no other
sites like yours, it's very friendly and you just want to go there!
PS: Your ratings got some very good results, trifectas, quinellas running
doubles, duets, first fours. The people you get to rate the races are
very good, they don't always put the favourites in!
From: Jacey Drew
Sent: Monday, 19 June 2006 7:42 PM
Subject: Quick Pick
Some years ago I was subscribing to your newsletter and you put me on
to a simple rating strategy you called Quick Pick. I have recently been
playing with numerous approaches with betting using this selection criteria
and have been astounded by the results. Originally I was working out the
selections using the Friday morning paper as a guide for the prices and
was getting a strike rate of around 55% if you Dutch booked the top 3
selections. Recently I have been using actual TAB prices (around 8-4 minutes
prior to the jump and have found an average of 75% winners from the top
3 and 47% from the top pick alone. Last Saturday 17.6.06 I had 16
races for a top pick win strike rate of 12, and a top three rate of 13.
The prices for the top pick ranged from $2.20 to $8.30. You can only be
impressed by these results. Obviously I have limited the races I bet on
by adding another couple of criteria, however this is still a very strong
selection method. Thanks again.
From: Jon Wyatt
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 12:45 AM
Subject: The King's English
I really appreciate your newsletter and the way it tells it like it is.
Thanks to your advice my TAB account is not emptying out quite as quickly.
My only criticism of your newsletter is one of grammar: It does annoy
me when you don't link your adjectives. eg the correct way to write "the
Gai Waterhouse trained filly" is in fact "the Gai Waterhouse-trained
From: Jason Hickson
Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 11:40 AM
Subject: Propun website
"Neil, as a racing writer, I really enjoy your website,
telling it how it is. Very refreshing...Keep up the good work."
From: Kevin Edwards
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 9:48 AM
I am re-organising my email addresses & have already registered with you
at another address. So would you now unsubscribe me from this one. Your
newsletter is by far the best I've ever read.
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