Grab this Breeders’ Cup Bible (and only pay if want to…)

The pick of the British and Irish flat racing action is behind us now, but before thoughts turn exclusively to the National Hunt, there is one huge weekend of ‘us vs them’ action still to come.

Yes, it’s late October so it’s Breeders’ Cup time again. Every year, a squad of around 30 horses head from European shores across the pond. And every year, British bookies price ‘our’ runners up shorter than they should almost without exception.

That’s great news for the clued-up punter: we can exploit the blind patriotism that leads bookmakers to price the races as they do. With a more rounded knowledge of the home team’s form, we can strike at better odds here than American bettors will receive over there. And, with a prevailing wind, make a few quid into the bargain.

Now, if you’re like most people, you’re probably thinking, “well that’s great, but I don’t actually know anything about American racing so I’m not in a position to exploit anything”.

Fear not, I’m going to show you exactly how to arm yourself with more knowledge, and better advice, than almost everyone outside of the USA, and most of the people inside the USA! Better yet, you have the option to do it for no charge. Here’s how:

The guys at Geegeez.co.uk have produced an excellent report called the Breeders’ Cup Compendium. It covers all 13 Championship races spread across Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th November, and will introduce you to the stars of US racing, the contenders and the pretenders.

CLICK HERE to claim your “pay if you like” copy now

For each race, you’ll have access to:
*Key Race Trends* all the noteworthy trends for each event.
*Profile Grids* every runner in every race mapped against the trends, including pace and odds (UK vs US morning line with a comparison to highlight possible value). This will be updated with stalls positions and final fields after the draw on 31st October.
*Pace Profiles* each race is broken down by the likely overall pace, pockets of pace (i.e. clusters of speed), and individual pace observations for specific runners.
*Key Trials* this section contains links to the key races in which Breeders’ Cup contenders advertised their claims. Most of these videos are in stunning high definition, and some of the performances are spectacular!
*Race Summaries* a walkthrough of the form for each race, highlighting the major players.
*Main Contenders, Other Possibles, and Race Selections* the horses in each race I feel are most likely to play leading roles; and, where applicable, some bigger priced horses that could outrun their odds. Finally, for each race, a trend and a form selection.

There really is something for everyone in the Breeders’ Cup Compendium. If you just want tips, there are tips; if you like trying to solve a puzzle from a set of clues, you’ll love this; and if you want to study the race videos, there are links to all the key trials.

What’s the damage? For less than a pound a race – £12.50 in fact – you can plug in to a library of intel to enhance your viewing experience of this fantastic event (the whole meeting is broadcast live ‘free to air’ on Racing UK and at racinguk.com).

But you don’t have to buy it to download it.

Wait, what?! You read that right: you don’t have to buy it to download it.

Matt Bisogno, the author and Geegeez.co.uk founder, is trying a bit of a weird science experiment (at least that’s what he told me when I agreed to send you this note!) – here’s how it works:

You go to *this link* -to register. Once registered you’ll be immediately taken to the download page where you can read the latest version of the report.

Also on that page is a link to pay for the report.

If you like the report, you should probably pay for it – it is incredible value after all, and easy to see that a huge amount of effort has gone into producing it.

But you don’t have to. If you’re a bit strapped just now, or you don’t think it’s worth twelve quid, no problem. I doubt that will happen, as it’s a superbly researched guide, and a very good read besides.

But that’s your call, not mine.
See what you think…

Go here now to download the BC Compendium (and pay if you like)

p.s. you really can download this comprehensive report covering all 13 Breeders’ Cup races in fine detail for zero charge. Yes, you do have to provide your email to receive notifications of updates to the report but you may unsubscribe at any time. Of course.

Check it out here..


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