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Old 29th August 2017, 12:10 AM
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Jenny Chapman is the only one I know of, however her profit and loss is not publicly available . I do know that she is winning in Hong Kong and when she was covering the Spring Carnival, every year she was ahead because of the nice long shots she tipped with confidence. I do not know her secret nor her involvement to get these winners, all I do know is that her family runs Chapman Horse Transport, but not even sure of her role in that.
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Old 29th August 2017, 05:14 AM
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Is Jenny Chapman the woman in Hong Kong who tips are from the horses appearance on the day in parade ring etc?
The HK races are very professionally presented. I tend to bet there more than elsewhere and will take a closer look at her comments and tips.
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Old 29th August 2017, 06:57 AM
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Oh, come on chaps.

Having followed racing tipsters from the days of "The Truth" (1967) through to "The Australian" and on to today's crop I can say without fear of contradiction that while they'll point you in the general direction (or perhaps cause it) of the short priced end of the field YOU WON'T MAKE MONEY BLINDLY FOLLOWING TIPSTERS .... and similarly going down the track of "When Jack Saddle's Best picks on a Thursday at a Victorian track, and the going is Good then you can follow him."

The BEST you're going to get (med/long term) is a WSR of 19.67% (8 - 14 field) and a LOSING price.

Just think it through. :-)
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Old 29th August 2017, 04:31 PM
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Oh, come on chaps.

Having followed racing tipsters from the days of "The Truth" (1967) through to "The Australian" and on to today's crop I can say without fear of contradiction that while they'll point you in the general direction (or perhaps cause it) of the short priced end of the field YOU WON'T MAKE MONEY BLINDLY FOLLOWING TIPSTERS .... and similarly going down the track of "When Jack Saddle's Best picks on a Thursday at a Victorian track, and the going is Good then you can follow him."

The BEST you're going to get (med/long term) is a WSR of 19.67% (8 - 14 field) and a LOSING price.

Just think it through. :-)



"The Truth", now that takes me back. Mind you I was looking at the photos long before I was punting hee hee!
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Old 29th August 2017, 09:25 PM
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The Melbourne Truth.

I was bought up on that paper.

Remember "Heart Balm" well.

My late Uncle made the front pages as well.

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Old 30th August 2017, 12:33 AM
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Is Jenny Chapman the woman in Hong Kong who tips are from the horses appearance on the day in parade ring etc?
The HK races are very professionally presented. I tend to bet there more than elsewhere and will take a closer look at her comments and tips.


Yes, she is kiwi.
Did the same over the Spring Carnival when she was a tipster for a few years, she also has some knowledge apart from the parade ring that she imparts and is very astute at getting on shorties, when she thinks they should win, and going elsewhere when she doesn't think they can win with some very nicely priced winners.
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Old 30th August 2017, 05:05 AM
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Interesting results Thorns, however, after commission would it be breakeven or worse? Each individual tipster how did they fair?
How did the consensus perform when the horse wasn't the obvious Joe public favourite?


To be honest didnt record commission and all the dividends as was doing it on the side while looking at another idea. I think there would still be a profit there if you concentrated on getting best odds between BF and bookies.
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Old 30th August 2017, 11:30 PM
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"The Truth", now that takes me back. Mind you I was looking at the photos long before I was punting hee hee!


Page 3 always caught my eye :P
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Old 31st August 2017, 11:08 AM
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What about the Sydney Daily Telegraph "INSIDE MAIL?
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Old 2nd September 2017, 05:29 PM
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Todays results
Consensus: +5.03
2 picks: +21.24
3 picks: -2.69
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