Results Update

Brett Love Racing – End of 2020 Update

After the pause due to the Covid-19 outbreak racing resumed at the beginning of June, albeit currently behind closed doors.

Just prior to the break towards the middle of March the Loves Racing Main Service had been in sparkling form with the first 3 months of the year each producing solid profits:-

Jan +24.50pts

Feb +27.53pts

Mar (to 14th) +13.33pts

Since the restart in June we have seen a mixed bag of results although August saw gains of +10pts and Sept bettered that with +27.56pts. October also ended in profit with gains of +8.85pts, November surpassed that with +38.45pts and the final month also came out ahead albeit by a couple of points.

As a result the 2020 profit for the flagship Main Service was +122.42pts. The Main Service takes a selective approach by targeting the better quality races mainly at the weekends and as such is suited to a patient higher staking approach and at £50 a point the above profits represent gains of £6121.00 for the 2020 campaign.As a result the YTD profit for the flagship Main Service sat at +120.62pts as at the end of Nov 2020.

For those that enjoy a more regular punt through the week there are a further couple of elements to Loves Racing.

Firstly Brett covers a number of the big Festivals with stakes from a bank which should be kept apart from the Main Service activities. Over the years those choosing to get involved with these have been treated to plenty of additional gains.

For 2020 Cheltenham pulled in +38.40pts from 38.50pts staked, Royal Ascot surpassed that with +48.45pts profit from 41.25pts staked, although Glorious Goodwood couldn’t match those showing a small loss of 11.75pts. Thankfully the one at York (Ebor) brought in +8pts, The St Leger was +36.85pts but the latest couple at Ayr was -18.70pts and Newmarket Cambridgeshire -6.75pts. 2020 as a whole pulled in +96.8pts from the Festivals covered.

The suggested staking for the Festival bets is lower than that of the Main Service and at £30 a point the 2020 Festival profits would have been £2904.00.

The final element was introduced to coincide with the relaunch Flat Season offer in July, whereby Brett started sharing the qualifiers from a trio of Micro Systems that he had developed over the recent few years.

The Micro Systems are aimed at those members who want to have a bet most days during the Mon-Friday period. Members who choose to follow the systems are advised to use reduced stakes circa 30% of the level of the Main Service.

Since the relaunch (9th July) the “Micro System selections” produced a profit of +60pts (to a mix of ½ & 1pt stakes), so based on the suggested staking of £15 a point these produced gains of +£900.

With no significant drawdown a 100pt bank is suggested for the Main service, and as mentioned additional funds will be needed for separate banks if following the Festival and/or Micro Systems.

The Lovesracing team

PS You can download our spreadsheet showing all our results here