Friday Newsletter – 8th February


Looks like we’re in for some enforced lay-off due to this equine flu outbreak – it looks like there could be a preliminary announcement on Sunday that could get horses back on the track as early as mid next week depending on the verdict.

It does though beg the question what next in terms of performance monitoring?

Whilst all racehorses are vaccinated and the disease, not serious, the presence of the virus in these horses demonstrates that it’s not completely effective against this strain. Whilst initial recovery is swift in 24-48 hour, much like human strains,  the lingering effects can affect their performance for up to several weeks.

We’ll wait on more considered opinion and not make any immediate decisions on our short term NH bets. In the interim, we’ll not pretend to be experts on racing at other venues throughout the globe but will try and bring something of racing interest to the table day by day.

Tomorrow, obviously the big Newbury meet has gone and with it the Denman and Betfair that many of you would have been following. However, there’s racing at Naas tomorrow and if we can find get any views on that will pop something up in the morning around 10.00am 🙂


For those on the £1k to £10k challenge it’s currently a 35% win/place strike rate…..our bank is now £780.90 and stakes are now £9.76 EW


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BOL (Best Of Luck!)

ABW Team

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