It turned out one them days when you are very happy to lose only £10,Wednesdays bet on Fleeting Storm was bitterly disappointing with the horse never travelling a yard, soon outpaced towards the back of the field,in the circumstances did well to stay on for well beaten third, considering how far behind she was,though on that showing needs lot further than 1 mile 3 furlongs.
John Gosden trained Manifestation won the race in very fast time nearly one second below the standard time,making all the running and landing quite a gamble 5-2 into 11-10.In fact the time was incredible for class 6 race, over six seconds quicker than the handicap run over the same distance.
Sometimes you get a race totally wrong ,though on this occasion it wasn't too costly !!
On to Thursdays racing two All Weather cards at Southwell & Kempton,though after studying both cards there looks no good betting opportunities at either meeting . No bets on Thursday.
Don't beat yourself up. Horse racing is not an exact science.
One of my favourite quotes for these type of instances is :
" You have no control over the results, but you do have control over your actions"
You have proved through your actions that you do have control over them and if a short term result does not go according to plan it means nothing.
Keep up the good work mate.