CLEAR EDGE RACING
Results SummaryPeriod: Sport:
- ROI: 3.86%
- Profit: 43.6
- Picks: 174
- Win: 36%
- Average Odds: 5.84
About CLEAR EDGE RACING
Welcome to Clear Edge Racing
Return for July (12th to 31st): +88 pts / 29% ROI / 35% Strike-rate
Using a combination of traditional form reading & my own ratings, I look through the meetings to find horses that, in my opinion, are offered at a value price.
I have learned never to go into the day with any particular number of bets in mind. Some days, it will be one odds-on fave. Other days, nothing but each-way selections. And sometimes, it's better to pass on all the meetings and focus my energy on looking at the following day instead. On average, when I look at the past few years, it comes out to around 10 to 16 selections per week, mainly Monday to Friday, rarely on Sunday's. Saturday's, I try to find one, maybe two but only if they tick all the boxes and conditions are perfect.
If you subscribe, you are investing in someone who plans ahead, takes notes on all the racing he watches, and looks closely the entire field. After making a list of potential bets, I scrutinize it even further to make sure the price on offer is value and to wager properly when assessing the dangers.
I try to post recommendations as early as possible in the morning. But others might be released closer to race time if non-runners change the complexion of the race. I also time the first races so if the conditions seem beneficial to a runner in a later race, I will post them right away. I will use my twitter account, @clearedgeracing, to keep followers informed on the day.
Evening meetings will be released closer to race time and, again, potentially once racing is underway.
But let me assure you that once I recommend a selection, it is done with confidence that I view the price as value and that the conditions are offer both the horse & jockey to execute a good run.
How much to wager: How you use the recommendations I share, how you manager your bank and what horses you bet on is your responsibility.
Bearing in mind there could be anywhere from 1 to 5 selections on a day, if you decide to invest in one of my recommendations, an option would be to do the following:
- Take the maximum you regulary wager on a horse
- Divide this by ten
So, for example, if you were comfortable wagering a maximum of £30 per bet and I recommended 6/10, this would mean that if you were to back the horse, this would mean a wager of £18 (6 points times £3).
Thank you for considering Clear Edge Racing
JULY RESULTS: +88 pts / 29% ROI
July was my first month at Tipstrr with my first selections posted on Tuesday, 12-July.
Goodwood was in July and managed to find three winners and one EW placed from five bets.
War Decree won (6/4 SP), Rex Imperator EW placed (12/1), You’re Hired EW won (9/1), Naafer EW lost (8/1) and Hawatif won (12/1)
This produced a profit of 58 pts for the meeting and a massive 208% ROI
Overall for July, there were 17 winners from 48 selections for a 35% strike-rate. And by the 31st, the net profit was 88 pts on 304 pts wagered for a 29% ROI.
But those figures alone never give insight on how the profit was achieved. So I thought I would drill down on the numbers to put everything in perspective so that you can decide if my approach as an advisor works well with your sports betting.
DAYS ACTIVE: 17 (over three weeks)
Days in profit: 10 (55%)
Days with a loss: 8
TYPE OF BETTING
Average number of bets per day: 3
Days with more than four bets: 1
NUMBER OF BETS: 48
Win only selections: 28
Average price of win only selections: 3.26
Average price of winners: 2.20
Average price of EW selections: 8.70
Average price of winners: 8.25
Odds-on bets: 5
Number of winners: 5
30-July Goodwood Hawatif (12/1 SP)
BEST & WORST DAYS
Best three days:
Worst three days:
THE BOTTOM LINE:
HOW MUCH WOULD YOU HAVE MADE IN JULY**
**12th to 31st
If the max bet that you do is £30:
You would have made a profit of £265
Your average bet would have been £19
The best day would have been £105
The worst day would have been -£95
Recommended bank: £200
If the max bet that you do is £50:
You would have made a profit of £445
Your average bet would have been £32
The best day would have been £175
The worst day would have been -£155
Recommended bank: £350
If the max bet that you do is £100:
You would have made a profit of £890
Your average bet would have been £63
The best day would have been £350
The worst day would have been -£310
Recommended bank: £700
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7th August 2016 @ 22:47
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