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The King George Race Analysed [INSIDE]

(Last Updated On: July 23, 2012)

First of all I would like give a big welcome to all our new readers. In the last week we have had just over 200 new people join our ranks and I hope that you find my emails and blog of use. If you ever have any questions then please don’t hesitate to hit the reply button and let me know.

Today is the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes race at Ascot at 16:35. The prize fund is £1,000,000 so, as you can imagine, it is going to be hotly contested.

As usual, I have some pretty strange ideas on who I think will win, and if you want to see them then you can take a look here.

Please do let me know who you think will win the race by leaving a comment, it is always great to chat with you about it.

Last week I wrote about class and understanding it. This week I built on this by looking at how you can measure class differently to the majority of the market.

It is imperative that you do things differently to the majority of punters if you want to make a profit from your betting. Doing this using class, it is actually possible to make a profit with little else!

Simply assessing the class of the runners properly in a race can highlight horses as potential winners that you would otherwise have skipped over.

This article will get you started finding those class horses that hide themselves amongst the other runners in a race.

Until next week,

Michael

Michael Wilding

Michael started the Race Advisor in 2009 to help bettors become long-term profitable. After writing hundreds of articles I started to build software that contained my personal ratings. The Race Advisor has more factors for UK horse racing than any other site, and we pride ourselves on creating tools and strategies that are unique, and allow you to make a long-term profit without the need for tipsters. You can also check out my personal blog or my personal Instagram account.

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