I am new to this part of the forum and a very keen forumite anything to do with Horse racing with over 60 years experience.
I was keen to follow up this system and am amazed the reaction to the proprietor and his lack of attention to his customers.
Here is what I read about the system on a site called 'What Really Wins Money'
"Having heard some good feedback regarding The
Winning Gap system I have tried to get some info
from the readers who bought the system (which has
been sold out) and from my questioning The Winning
Gap is similar to my price gapper idea where we look
for a short priced favourite in The Betting Forecast of
The Racing Post which has a significant and
noticeable gap between it and the 2nd favourite.
Here's an example:
BETTING FORECAST: 6/4 Rioliina, 4/1 Via Mia,
5/1 Wake Me Now, 11/2 Bold Ring, 8/1 Phoenix
Enforcer, 20/1 Erris Lady, Spinning Bailiwick,
Can you see the difference between the 6/4 and 4/1 is
noticeable? Now, knowing James Buswell's previous
work (you now know why Carol Vorderman retired
from Countdown - she had to spend all her spare time
trying to suss out his previous systems!) there will be
obvious complications to accompany these winning
gaps as he calls them (or price gaps as I have
The value of the blog is that I can keep a diary of
qualifiers and their results. I have simply listed the
most obvious price gaps without going into any
further analysis (and there is much more that can be
done such as checking RPR, is the horse the postdata
selection, race type, distance, jockey/trainer
performance etc etc).
Here are the results for the last 2 days:
Starry Sky 1st 8/11
Once a Gulch 1st 9/2
Vilna 2nd 10/11
Holiday ****tail 1st 4/1
Olympic Dream 2nd 7/2
Thumbs up 2nd 7/4
Asker Tua 1st 4/11
Riolina 1st 3/1
Like for like 1st 6/5
Casual Garcia 1st 5/6
Galpin Junoir 1st 8/15
Tilsworth Charlie 5th 5/2
Le Toreador 4th 9/4
On our way 1st 2/1
Certain Promise 1st 4/6
Impressive stuff eh! If you have your Racing Post's then
check the races where these horses appeared and you'll see
the price gaps OR visit the blog at http://www.back-lay-
trade-horses-football.blogspot.com/ or at
Some of the price gappers (such as Once a Gulch)
drifted considerably. Now I don't know if this is just
coincidence that I have started on 2 days where
performance has been good, but I like the strike rate
and prices of some of the qualifiers.
I know The Winning Gap buyers had to sign a non-
disclosure agreement hence my questioning and the
dusting off of my Columbo raincoat!"
Hope you find this of interest