Clean up with these two-year-old past winners

I went Kew Gardens and Sea of Class each way in the Arc last week and was chinned on the line by Enable. So close!

There is no let up in the quality racing this weekend with Newmarket dominating.

I am not going to desert Mr. O’Brien where two-year-olds are concerned, and my faith will be tested in the 13:50 Newmarket today where I’ll back Fantasy and Sergei Prokofiev each way.

In the 15:35, Hermosa and Zagitova both are each way prices in an 8-runner race, with at least two outsiders too, we have a good probability chance here of the horses winning or placing in the first three.

In the 16:10 Newmarket, Astronomer at 7/2 (Betting Forecast) is ideally placed for an each-way twirl.

Tomorrow sees Our Aidan mob-handed. The 14:25 Newmarket I like on Saturday, as Circus Maximus and Western Australia look to be near the 10/1 mark each way.

I don’t know the odds for the 13:50 and 15:00 races where O’Brien runs yet: more two-year-olds, so cannot get an idea as to the relative odds there.

A look at the stats will tell you I may be onto something. In the last five seasons, Aidan O’Brien two-year-olds running in the UK made a 44.83-point profit to level stakes.

In Ireland the strike-rate is poor and there is no profit, so perhaps he leaves the cream to run in the UK?

My main focus this week has been on writing October’s edition of What Really Wins Money. This month I resurrect the idea of compounding and show you how to turn it into daily and long-haul profit.

There’s a look at a great football stats site which does all of the heavy lifting for you. It’s free-to-view and a stout reminder to you that October/November is a time when you, as a punter, should be starting to use any stats-based strategies. With 8+ matches under our belts, we see decent enough form lines at this time of year.

I also delve deeper into the world of greyhounds and have some very exciting conclusions. I try out my greyhound ideas using betting bots in simulation mode and a virtual private server.

I try a little myth-busting too by taking through some Jumps racing betting ideas and seeing if they have profited historically – and if we can boost profits even further by making key distinctions.

I hope those of you who subscribe can benefit and, more importantly, make money.

Here’s to Our Aidan, the 44-point profit man with two-year-olds in the UK. Let’s hope for a repeat of a couple of weeks ago – where we cleaned up with his two-year-old winners!

Have a great weekend!

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