Horse Racing Selections – 16th February 2020


A single all-weather racecard from Kempton survives on a wild and woolly ‘Storm Dennis’ day.

A limited number of trackers out with Hey Ho Let’s Go in the (17.00). It’s just a 7 runner and after noting this maiden running on well behind The Grey Zebedee two runs back on stable debut, he ‘didn’t go’ when following home our winner Red Stripes. LTO was another under par run and if Rab Havlin and Jack Mitchell couldn’t eke out any improvement, is hardly a recommendation this evening back under the latter.

The only other race of note is the (16.30) and we’ve made our comments in the member’s area.


Today’s member’s notes are below….

Have a good day and BOL with any of your betting selections today.


For those on the £1k to £10k AW challenge….it’s over 40% win/place strike rate and our bank is now £2041.89 with current stakes £25.52 EW


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BOL (Best Of Luck!)

ABW Team

Today’s Selections

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  1. Hi Could you tell me if it would be more profitable backing full stake to win rather than half stake each way I know the strike rate would be a lot less with no place returns
    Many thanks look forward to your reply
    Kind regards Mike Burke

    • Hi Mike,
      We have run the maths and 1pt EW stakes we are +71pts for the season and at 2pt win stakes, we would be at +46.
      I think that shows the EW is the best option at the odds we play, thanks for your question and hopefully an upturn in fortune after a poor start to February after those first four consecutive months of profit,



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