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THE RICHARD EVANS FORM GUIDE (29)

The selection procedure for this system utilises two key factors to determine which horse, and in which race we should bet on it, by noting the improved running of a horse and determining if that horse is trained by one of our selected trainers. To successfully operate THE RICHARD EVANS FORM GUIDE you will need one of the specialist Racing papers, either the Sporting Life or The Racing Post, the betting forecast in an ordinary Daily newspaper will not be accurate enough for our needs. All examples, trials and statistics studied have been obtained by using the above named papers. Most trainers are under constant pressure from their owners to tell them when their charge is going to "deliver the goods". They have to be accurate because an owner, as you can well imagine, would be none too pleased if given the "nod" by the trainer, then puts a sizeable wager on his horse, only for it to get beaten! Now, I am quite sure that most trainers are thoroughly decent people, but charities they are not and so we cannot expect them to let us into their little secrets, can we? So we have to attempt to devise a way whereby we can discover for ourselves just when a trainer is getting one of his horses ready to win. Frequently, the key pointer to when a horse is ready to win, is when it runs into a place. By utilising the tables on the following pages you will have to hand vital information which will help you to recognise the signs to enable you to back the right horse in the right race. SELECTION METHOD. 1. Eliminate all of the following races: Claiming Auction Sellers - Amateur Ladies - Apprentice races and ANY races run on All-weather tracks. 2. Look through the race card, and make a shortlist of any runners that a trainer from Table One has running. 3. Using Table Two and Table Three eliminate any race that is not listed. Example. i) JHM Gosden has a runner in a 2-y-o Handicap at Newmarket. Does this horse merit consideration? JHM Gosden is on our list of Trainers, and 2-y-o Handicaps at Newmarket are a "YES" on our list. So this horse is shortlisted. ii) BW Hills has a runner in a 3-y-o Non-handicap at Chester. Does this horse merit our consideration? BW Hills is on our list of Trainers, but 3-y-o Non-handicaps at Chester are a "NO" on our list. So this horse is eliminated. iii) JR Fanshawe has a runner in an All-age Handicap at Nottingham. Does this horse merit our consideration? JR Fanshawe is not on our list of Trainers, and All-age Handicaps at Nottingham are not on our list either. So this horse is eliminated. After a little practise this will not take you long to do each day, as the list of Trainers and Courses does not contain every one available. We have only used the most successful ones that have proved to be the most rewarding to follow by using statistics compiled over many past seasons. If you stay within the guidelines of THE RICHARD EVANS FORM GUIDE you too will find it very rewarding indeed. Once you have your days shortlist of possible horses to consider, the selection procedure continues: 4. Look at the horses last run, if it was 1st, 2nd or 3rd then keep this horse on your shortlist. 5. If the horse was 4th, unplaced or, in the case of National Hunt racing, fell or failed to finish for whatever reason that horse is eliminated. What you are now left with is a shortlist of horses that are ready to win. They have been prepared by an acceptable Trainer, they are running in an acceptable race AND on an acceptable course. In short, we can be reasonably sure that at least the horse will be TRYING to win. The only race that you are interested in is the days most valuable race from your shortlist. If you are left with more than one horse in that race use the following elimination procedure: FINAL ELIMINATION PROCEDURE.

1. Look at the betting forecast for your selected race and note the forecast starting price of the shortlisted animals. The one that will become your final selection is the horse that has "come in most in the betting as soon as the 2nd show is available. The reason we have to wait until now is because by this time those in the know will have been given the final "nod" from the trainer and the money that they are placing will be starting to be reflected in the price. Unfortunately, this is the only way that we can accurately discover what their real plans are for the animal. No stable money = No confidence. Stable money being placed on a horse that we know to be ready = 99% confidence. SUMMARY. Use THE RICHARD EVANS FORM GUIDE wisely, it does need a certain amount of effort (from the user) to work properly, but if used as a tool, it will turn you into something of a craftsman in the art of winner finding. TABLE ONE TRAINERS TO USE AKEHURST R ARMSTRONG RW BAILEY A BALDING IA BARRON TD BELL M BENSTEAD CJ BERRY J BRITTAIN CE CAMACHO MJ CECIL HRA CECIL Mrs J CHANNON MR CHAPPLE-HYAM CHARLTON R COLE PFT CUMANI LM CYZER CA DOW S DUNLOP JL EASTERBY MH EASTERBY MW TABLE THREE COURSES AND RACES TO USE NON-HANDICAPS COURSE 2-y-o 3-v-o All ages ASCOT YES NO NO AYR YES NO NO BATH YES YES YES BRIGHTON YES NO NO CATTERICK YES NO NO CHESTER YES NO NO DONCASTER YES YES YES EPSOM NO YES NO FOLKESTONE YES NO NO WNDSOR YES YES YES GOODWOOD YES YES YES HAYDOCK YES YES NO KEMPTON YES YES YES LINGFIELD YES YES NO NEWBURY YES YES YES NEWMARKET YES YES NO REDCAR YES NO NO SALISBURY YES YES YES SANDOWN YES YES YES YORK YES YES YES ELS WORTH DRC GOSDEN JHM HALL Miss SE HANBURY B HARWOOD G HASLAM PC HERN WR HERRIES LADY HILLS BW HODGES RJ HOLLINSHEAD R HUNTINGDON LORD JARVIS W JOHNSON M JONES BOB KELLA WAY Miss G LEWIS G LODER DR McCORMACK M McMAHON BA MORLEY D MUIR WR NORTON SG PAYNE JW PEARCE J PRESCOTT Sir M PRITCHARD-GORDON GA RAMSDEN Mrs JR REVELEY Mrs M RYAN MJ SMITH D STOUTE MR THOMPSON-JONES H THOMPSON-JONES T TINKLER N TOMPKINS MH WALWYN P WATTS JW WHITAKER RM WHITE J WILLIAMS RJR WILSON DA WRAGG

THE RICHARD EVANS FORM GUIDE (continued) TABLE TWO COURSES AND RACES TO USE HANDICAPS COURSE 2-y-o 3-y-o All ages ASCOT NO YES YES AYR NO NO YES BATH NO YES YES BRIGHTON NO YES YES CATTERICK YES NO YES CHESTER YES YES YES DONCASTER YES YES YES EPSOM NO YES YES FOLKESTONE YES YES YES GOODWOOD YES YES YES HAYDOCK YES YES YES KEMPTON YES YES YES LINGFIELD YES NO NO NEWBURY YES YES YES NEWMARKET YES YES YES REDCAR YES YES YES SALISBURY YES YES YES SANDOWN YES YES YES WINDSOR YES YES YES YORK YES YES YES