Layer Slayer Max Odds Increase (1st November 2019)

From 1st November 2019, the maximum BSP odds limit for our 'Layer Slayer' betting system was raised from 83.0 to 500.0. This modification was introduced following the increased accuracy of our system and the performance of some of our Gold or Silver selections which frequently run massive races at colossal BSP odds, when our dark horses are just starting to return for the start of the new Jumps season.

Recommended Bets (9th November 2018)

You will notice that we now recommend bets at the bottom of certain racecards. These recommendations are based on the most profitable trends as identified by our own 'Profit Targetter' betting system, which analyses the performance of our ratings at different meetings, race types and race conditions maximising the profitability of our Gold and Silver selections.

Royal Ascot 2018 (19th - 23rd June 2018)

It was a truly sensational and memorable Royal Ascot for SpeedRatings.com subscribers ending the meeting +177.99 Pts in profit! This was simply backing our TopRated (Gold) and NextBest (Silver) selections to WIN with a reverse Exacta in each race. Our ratings advised no less than ten winners at good odds over the five days also landing a very tasty reverse Exacta on Thursday when Baghdad beat Corgi returning a dividend of £166.40 for just £1! On Tuesday, our ratings selected Lagostovegas WON 15.3 BSP and Blue Point WON 9.08 BSP. On Wednesday, Settle For Bay WON 24.54, Aljazzi WON 6.35 BSP and Kew Gardens WON 5.02 BSP. On Thursday, Baghdad WON 13.0 BSP and Magic Wand WON 5.01 BSP. On Saturday, Soldier's Call WON 13.97 BSP, Arthur Kitt WON 9.22 BSP and Merchant Navy WON 5.44 BSP. Happy Days!

Going (26th May 2018)

From Saturday, 26th May 2018, our speedratings system will now analyse the going of today's race and will use this to select horses for the Gold and Silver selections which have already proven to have achieved a good rating on today's going or a going which is very similar to this. The system will analyse much deeper back through the previous races (sometimes further back than the last six displayed) to find ratings on a similar going, which the horse is more likely to be able to reproduce. Previously, although we highlighted the number of wins for every horse on today's going, the system did not permit today's going to influence the prediction of the selections. Horses will now receive a more accurate rating 'for today' (the rating under the cup icon). However, more horses are likely to receive a rating of zero, despite the possibility that they may have already raced several times, especially if these are lightly raced two year old colts and fillies and they have yet to race on going similar to today. This is not a bad thing and should be considered as a warning that none of the previous ratings for the horse can be relied on to be repeated as these were achieved over very different going than today. Selections are also now subject to change throughout the day but this is only likely to occur when there has been a heavy downpour of rain during the day, which was significant enough to change the official going. It is important to note that we will not be amending the last six ratings for every horse but only the rating predicted for today and the predicted Gold and Silver selections based on this rating.

Calibration (17th May 2018)

From Thursday, 17th May 2018, our speed ratings have been calibrated to further improve the accuracy of our standard times for every racetrack. The quality of the horses racing at various race meetings can vary significantly. If you were to analyse the average class of horses racing at Redcar and compare these to those racing at Royal Ascot, you will realise that there is a significant class gap. Calibration fixes this irregularity between race meeting and brings each meeting into line so they can be compared more accurately. You should notice slightly more consistent ratings when a horse has been racing over many different meetings in its last six races.

Cheltenham Festival 2018 (13th - 16th March 2018)

It was a very memorable Cheltenham Festival for SpeedRatings.com subscribers ending the Festival +43.84 Pts in profit! This was simply backing our TopRated (Gold) and NextBest (Silver) selections to WIN in each race, our ratings advised five winners over the four days including the huge odds winner Mohaayed! Mohaayed WON 70.0 BSP, Summerhill Boy WON 12.50 BSP, Balko Des Flos WON 9.60 BSP, Native River WON 6.0 BSP and Buveur D'Air WON 1.74. We were delighted to finish runner-up in the Racing-Index.com 'Cheltenham Festival Top Performing Tipster' contest, gallantly attempting to defend our title, following our win in 2017, read all about it here

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