We are two weeks into the post-spring period which has seen the start of the Elite-Tops bets. Before we journey much further into the long period of bread and butter racing ahead of us, we should have a quick look at the post-spring performance stats of the various strategies.
You can check your records and easily see if you are on the right track with your chosen strategy(s).
ALL the Top-Rated tips.
Melbourne All Top-Rated
4 winners from 16 bets. Profit both days despite being knocked for six at Ballarat racing in the mud on multiple tracks.
Level $100 bet: $1600 for return of $2150, net profit of $550 (+34.5%)
Sydney All Top-Rated
6 winners from 13 bets, sensational strike rate Ric.
Level $100 bet: $1300 for return of $2030, net profit of $730 (+56%)
Melbourne + Sydney Top-Rated
10 winners from 29 bets.
Level $100 bet: $2900 for return of $4180, net profit of $1280 (+44%)
The Elite Top list of top-raters is simply a list of the top-rated selections (provided free to members who are current in both Sydney and Melbourne) that have passed my personal filters. They have the all-clear for me to back and both rejects and qualifiers can often conflict with other plans.
Elite-Top Melbourne Racing Tips
2 winners from 7 bets
Bets as listed (all $120 at this stage): $840 for return of $1008, net profit of $168 (+20%)
3 winners from 6 bets
Bets as listed: $1025 for return of $1380, net profit of $355 (+34.6%)
Melbourne + Sydney Elite Top
5 winners from 13 bets
Bets as listed: $1865 for return of $2388, net profit of $523 (+28%)
Notes on Top-Rated Selections
At this stage, betting on all top-raters is out-performing the Elite Top – which are the ones that get through my personal filters. That is great for members backing the whole lot, but if you look through the results you will find many instances of the discards outperforming the qualifiers over short periods. I wouldn’t expect those “John Westers” to keep it up long-term.
Just the four qualifiers (all less than $150) for one winner, Cool Passion at $4.80.
Bet as listed $561, Return $715, Net Profit $154 (27.5%)
Four winners from 12 qualifiers
Bets as listed: $1625, return $1930, Net Profit $305 (19%)
They were made up of:
Sydney Gold Pro: 4 winners from 7 bets, Net profit $630 (48%)
Sydney Gold Non-Pro: zero winners from five bets net loss as listed $325.
One bet for one winner, Cool Passion $4.80.
Bet $200, return $960.
On Saturday morning we received the email below along with another similar one. I presume a few more members may have the same query regarding qualifiers of a plan being rejected by the Elite Top filters.
It is important to remember that the Elite Top list of top-raters is simply a list of the top-rated selections (provided free to members of both Sydney and Melbourne) that have passed my personal filters. They have the all-clear for me to back and both rejects and qualifiers can often conflict with other plans.
An example on Saturday was the Sydney Gold Pro qualifier, Cradle Mountain. Whilst we are not about to reveal our personal filters, this Sydney Gold Pro selection was simply under the Elite-Top AM price threshold. A couple of other Sydney Gold bets were not Top-Rated so of course are not even considered by the Elite Top (ie: Top-Rated) process.
Don’t cross-reference plans with each other, each plan will stand up in the long term regardless of rejection or validation by another plan.