Recent Results:

11-28-2018
Buff returned: $5.90 - $3.90 - $2.60
30% ROI on 10 unit Show
 
I noted 2 exactas I was consdiering: 
1/2 unit box 7-4, (ran out) - and - 1/2 unit 7 & 4 over Krewe Chief
 
The 1/2 unit exacta with Chief paid $23, and boosted ROI to 102% if you had it.
 
11-17-2018
Hawthorne
#5 Supercede won: $5 - $3 - $2.20
suggested place-show wager returned 18% ROI
optional 1/2 unit ex. box with the #2 Tryst Cat returned: $11.70 and boosted ROI to 125% if you had it. 
 
11-16-2018
Del Mar
#3 in 8th race ran 3rd:  --  --  $3.40
 
11-15-2018
Hawthorne
Selections spent most of the race in 4th and 5th place, turned on the jets heading toward the 6f mark into 3rd, leaped ahead to grab the lead and drew off steadily in stretch to win going away.
 
With the scratch down to 6 entries, I went with a slightly reduced place wager, ($2.40), 20% roi. 
 
60% roi is certainly quite decent.

Here is a summary of last 3 weeks of best bets; including the ROI using my (very conservative $ management approach):
 
10-20-2018
Belmont
Offering Plan:  $4.70   $3.10   $2.30
 
10-21-2018
Golden Gate
Defiantly:  $3.60    $2.60   $2.10
ROI 25%
 
10-24-2018
Belmont           
Lion In Wait:  $7.10  $2.90  $2.20
Exacta: $6.40 
(I passed exacta but roi 90% including win wager)
 
10-25-2018
Golden Gate
Princess Ashlyn:   ---    ---    $3.20
37% roi on show wager; including win wager that ran out
 
10-26-2018
Woodbine Thoroughbred
Valiant Flame:     ---      ---   $2.10
Minus $1.10 because place wager ran out
 
10-27-2018
Golden Gate
Joe Joe's Kingdom:  ---    $2.80  $2.40
25% roi on place-show wager
 
10-28-2018
Golden Gate
Annie's Candy
$4.60    $2.80  $2.40
place-show wager produced 25% roi in a 6-horse field
 
10-31-2018
Woodbine
Court Battle:  $3.20   $2.60   $2.10
place wager produced 30% roi
 
11-1-2018
first time in months no best bet
closest was from Hawthorn was more of a 'solid selection' in the way of:
International Diva:  ---   $3.40  $2.80
 
11-2-2018
Golden Gate
Rainbow North:  $3.00  $2.40   $2.10
12% roi on place show wager
 
11-3-2018
Churchill
Marley's Freedom:  ran 4th
loss on day
 
11-4-2018
Santa Anita
Vasilika:  $4.20  $3.00  $2.60
37% roi on place-show wager
 
11-7-2018
8th @ Aqueduct
Dream Passage:  ---   ---   $2.70
show wager only with 35% roi on show wager
 
3rd @ Woodbine
Blurricane:  ---   $2.70   $2.10
13% roi on place-show wager
 
11-8-2018
2nd @ Charlestown
Alpine Moon:   ---  $3.80   $2.80
 
#2 Sherwood:  $8.20
 
#3 Aunt Maggie 
exacta came in as well
40% roi if you wagered show only
if you included exacta
120% on Exacta

-----Original Message-----
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To: TIPS Report <
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Sent: Fri, May 25, 2018 6:33 pm
Subject: Re: best bets 5-25

 

Thank you, again, Jon, for giving us a very good play. I played the 5 to win, the 11 to show for 5 units and an exacta box. It made my day and more than paid for the 3 months  best bet subscription. Your best bets service is in a league of its own.
 
-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Fri, May 25, 2018 5:57 pm
Subject: Re: re: best bets 5-25


What a wonderful handicapper you can be.  Something special you are.  Belmont today - had the ex plus $5 ATB on #5 at 13-1!!
Thank you so much.

"Excellent picks today. I caught the exacta 2/3 twice in the first. I then took your advice and back bets. I put $4.80 in a ten-cent super in the fifth using the 9 as key and hit for $335.00. Keep up the good work." (from a California handicapper)


"Well done Jon. Only people with a business mind can understand how good the results have been. So many people fantasize about going to the track with fifty dollars and coming home with a thousand plus dollars.Usually unattainable in the long run.

 
Taking the conservative approach is the best in the long term. The thing I will need to do is find my comfort level as to the amount to bet."In the less than two weeks that I have received your selections I have done quite well. I made two separate bankrolls. One, playing the win/show (I bet even heavier on show) and the second bankroll I fudge a bit. When according to my analysis I did not like the selection,I did not make a bet ( RAVISHINGLY on the 8th and PERFORMANCE BONUS on the 11th). Both bankrolls are up substantially."
 

As a way of introduction, I first learned how to handicap from my dad, the late Tom Worth. He was the developer of the highly acclaimed POPS and TIPS handicapping method and founder of Tom Worth Publishing Co. He was a top-notch handicapper and author of many successful spot play methods, all highly rated and well-received. He taught me how to handicap in the early 1980's. In 1984, I began in earnest, doing both horse racing research for my dad and my own handicapping. It's been a love affair ever since! If you want to know more, 

It’s important to note, as many of our TIPS Report subscribers/handicappers know, I tend to be conservative yet profit-oriented in my handicapping approach as my goal is for both you and me to cash in on horses who run in-the-money! I often recommend place and show wagers. However, this does not mean that I don’t ever find long shots, because indeed I do!