Sectional Profilers

Sectional Profiles - Digging Deeper

We all know Joao Moreira is going to ride a lot of winners in Hong Kong. A lot of punters just follow the Joao show. His high strike rate does not convert into profits however if you blindly bet him in every race. The sectional profiles we provide free with every meeting are a proven way of finding winners that the market may have overlooked. Horses that are suited by today's race and can put themselves in the frame with average luck in running. The profilers can add value to your exotics or frank the form on a horse you like for reasons of class or recent form. Just last week punters were all over Victor Emperor with Joao up. The real value was in finding Dynamic Voyage at $36 to fill second spot and add some serious value to exotics.

Sectional Value
Sectional Value

Sea Jade Bolts in for Sectional Subscribers

The money came late for Sea Jade in Race 4 at Happy Valley on Wednesday 30th November. Our only KPI bet for the night, Sea Jade blitzed the field to win by a widening 4.5 lengths. With $5.50 fixed available at advice time HKSpeedKing followers cleaned up on the race with Sea Jade starting at $2.70 in Hong Kong. One bet, one win 100% record on the night. It looked a rubbish card and being circumspect and backing the one good thing was a good strategy. Strangely most pundits looked everywhere but Sea Jade. First start at Happy Valley was probably the negative factor they focused on. To me he looked the perfect Happy Valley type with his front running style and compact action.

Win It a Big Collect for Sectional Profile Subscribers

There's often value to be had in a race where we have no prime (KPI) bets. Win It in Race 3 on the 16th November being a case in point. Ranked on top for sectional profile and rated around the $10 mark, Win It steamed down the outside to pay$34 in Hong Kong and up to $61 fixed at Sportsbet.  Other finds for the profilers on Wednesday night were Wayfoong Vinnie ($5.50 fixed) and Molly's Jade Star.

Footnote: The profilers were at it again on Wednesday the 23rd November at Happy Valley. Kim Glory despised in the market and tipped by no one figured well in the sectional profiles. Rated $5 Kim Glory looked a threat at the 200m and just missed in third place. Kim Glory started at $47+ and paid $9.70 the place on the HK tote.

View Win It's victory here. Replay

Win It brings up Moriera's 100th winner last season
Win It brings up Moriera's 100th winner last season - Courtesy SCMP
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Members were advised to keep an eye on this runner
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Extract from sectional profile for Win It.
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HKSpeedKing

Database developer and successful horse racing punter for 30 years. Turning my gaze to Hong Kong hoping to find a few winners.

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