My Blog Post Award: It’s Just The Tip Of The Iceberg!



First a quick reminder of what the ‘Blog Post Award’ is all about:

The idea is simple: Every time I find a blog post (new or old) that I think will add value for my readers, I will bookmark it and put it on my list to win the: Blog Post Award.

I will then write a post similar to this one explaining why I have decided on that particular post.

I will also link to the post from my blog post Award icon situated near the top of my side bar

For a full list of previous winners visit my ‘Blog Post Award Page.

Now on to the main event; The winner of my  ‘Blog post Award’ :


From the excellent  High Class Equine (HCE) blog.


My reasons for choosing the above post are simple really; with the start the flat season only days away I thought it would be a great idea to share what I believe to be a fantastic resource with my readers.


Don’t let the fact that the post is short in anyway diminish your opinion of the quality of the information that it imparts, Jason the posts author has distilled a huge amount of knowledge about two-years-olds races and presented it in an easy to read and memorable format.

For anyone interested in two-years-old racing though, this post is just the tip of the iceberg.  As concise and informative as the post is, I could have picked anyone of an ever growing catalogue of first rate posts that Jason is amassing.

On the blogs specialist subject of  two-years-old racing there are too many  posts to mention, however my particular favourites are the category of posts called Five-Shot Bullet Points. These posts are very similar in format to this week’s post of the week in that they distil an in-depth knowledge of a subject into extremely informative, concise and memorable reads.

Not content with giving extreme value in the blogs chosen subject, Jason has also amassed an ever expanding archive of quality posts relating to all aspects gambling.

My two particular favourite categories are: Gambling Psychology and Guest Writers

Another point that I would like to make is that the High Class Equine blog is giving its tips away for free this season to new subscribers (click here to view the details) so I have decided that I am going to be adding their tips to my Portfolio Lite and I would recommend anyone else to give them a try as well.

Finally there may be a few readers out there who say that this week’s blog post of the week is nothing more than an advert for the High Class Equine blog.

To those readers I would say ; Yes it is and my reason for advertising the blog and tips is because the primary reason that I started my blog was to help myself and my blogs readers to become successful in our chosen pursuit of sports speculation, in all its forms. One of the main ways of doing that is to find and share what I consider to be resources that add value to our endeavours and I firmly believe that the High Class Equine fits that bill completely.

I hope you have enjoyed this post.

Stay Patient
Mark

5 comments:

  1. You must visit the blog http://becherbrook.blogspot.com
    He is rattling in the winners - at big prices too!

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  2. Hi Wayward

    Thanks for the tip, I hope its as good as the ones you give out on your blog mate.

    right now over to http://becherbrook.blogspot.com to see what the fuss is about.

    Wow I see what you mean.

    Thanks again
    Mark

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  3. Hi Mark,

    Thanks for your support. HCE is pleased to be part of a great blogging community because there are so many great reads and impressive analysis to be gleaned.

    Thanks for everyones support - it is much appreciated.

    Regards,
    Jason

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  4. Hi Mark,

    Yes that's fine mate. Just let me know when you're ready to take up the offer and I'll get you up and running.

    How long are you running your other trials over just out of interest?

    BFG

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  5. Hi BFG

    I am sorry if I have caused confusion, but they are not trials in the same way that my lay the field experiment was.

    I envisage actually following the services until either they stop or they become unprofitable over the long term.

    That is why I don't want to rush into adding services and then feel overwhelmed.

    This will genuinely be a learning experience for me.

    I can add the horse racing services reasonably quickly but the rest may take a while.

    I hope that answers your question I hope you understand my logic, I will be in touch once I start adding services that specialise in trading though.

    Mark

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