Notebook Horses


Notebook horses

The horse racing ratings spreadsheet is jam packed with horse racing statistics’, horse racing betting systems plus features like the key stat & importantly the notebook horses.

One of the reasons these horse racing ratings are so successful is because I spend my days watching horse races and having over 15 years experience in successfully backing horses.

The notebook horses highlighted on the daily ratings spreadsheet are easy to spot; they are highlighted with a blue “NB”.

The below example shows how easy it is to spot a notebook horse (NB). The NB after the horses name.

The race in question was a claiming race on the all weather at Lingfield on 10/12/12.

If you look at the OR column (official rating) this is the official rating given by the handicapper. The notebook horse Brocklebank had an OR of 75 and because this was a claiming race it was deemed not that well in at the weights. The handicapper had not seen what I had in his previous races, thus been a notebook horse. It went on to win at 5/1…

The example is just a snippet of what the daily ratings spreadsheet produces, to see a full spreadsheet example then please click here.



One thought on “Notebook Horses

  1. People sent me to u & i have been pleased with results. on the forums they say there is a good system you can’t beat using in the long
    run, but i’m using only some of the system which have been good but i want to know which is the best system?
    for weeks i use the value bets and the systems & it earns me decent money everyday,maybe a few weeks is not a long run, maybe i’m lucky?
    The notebook horse seem to do well is the t25 system based on notebook horse?

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