Selection Box System
Selection Box System takes its name from the Racing Posts tipsters'
table displayed for each race card. Sixteen columnists from various
newspapers are shown giving their selections for the races at all the
What we are looking for is the naps or next best selections that are
not tipped at all by anyone of the other journalists.
In doing so we
ignore the top seven in the list because they give selections that are
based on either form or location i.e. northern and are therefore
restricted to how they choose their selections or the source of their
remainders seemingly have no such restrictions and there fore can select
what they want from the hundreds of horses running that day from all the
information that they undoubtedly have at their disposal. The system
takes a bit of a chance on the expertise, knowledge or information about
the horse that he/she may have for what they consider is their best bet
of the day.
However as all the journalists are professionals who are in competition
with one another, it is a reasonably good bet that they know something
whatever it is, about their star selection. In many cases because they
are not tipped by the others, the horses they give start at very goods
odds and it is often worth checking the betting forecast to see if it is
worth backing each way, although don't be too disappointed if the odds
shorten before the off, if the journalist did have news of a job.
Go through all the dayâ€™s race cards in the Racing post and look for the
Selection box. Ignore the top seven selections in the Racing Post
Selection box. Pick out the selections that have been chosen as a nap or
next best by a journalist but have not been chosen at all by any of the
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