Here is the list of the 37 colour-codes rated races so far.
A level bet on all 225 colour-coded runners so far has returned $263.
16% profit on turnover from 225 bets – not recommended but it shows a great base of value winning chances to work from.
The simple example we provided last week was to apply a filter to concentrate on just the races where we had three or less green chances.
Here is an update (less than 4 green) after the double header weekend at M-Valley.
With the new summary, you can immediately see that there have been 17 rated races with 3 or less green chances with a total of 34 individual chances.
Those 17 rated races have produced 11 green coded winners from the 34 bets for a net profit of $1830 ($100 Level).
By the way, those three blue winners on Friday night would certainly have been green if we knew that track was going to be fast-1 (multiple track records!) instead of the 5-6-7 expected.
Please go easy over cup week. It is a minefield for punters with most races having more chances than the five rated horses.There can be Elite Filter bets at any of the four cup-week meetings.
We have had 475 top-5 rated horses from 95 rated races over the past three years. There were 67 winners @ $7.53 in the top-5 rated.
70% in the top-5 is lower than our long term but better than industry average and is acceptable for these impossible Flem cup-week races.
A level $100 bet on all 475 top-5 rated has resulted in a profit of $2930. The trick is getting the ratings in in the right order.
We will take it as it comes and rest assured we will be doing our utmost to provide you with the best chance of profit over this final week of the Mel spring racing. The Sandown meeting the week after is where we start getting some serious Elite-Filter action again.