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New Quaddie syndicate

Good morning,

I’ve had many requests to have a Quaddie syndicate and after the last few days of quaddies, the reason to have one has become more apparent. The Melbourne Quaddie on Saturday paid over $6,000 which we would have got a good chunk of, and the Bendigo one on Sunday paid $10,000 which we would also have got a chunk of with a bigger spend.

So here is how it will work. Users with logins can enter into it with a minimum of $10 and multiples of $10  thereafter. We will start this Saturday and of the four main quaddies to choose from, Melbourne, Sydney, Morphetville and Brisbane, I may decide to bet on one or two or more at those meetings, or none at all. It all just depends, if after doing my homework thoroughly, that I feel there is any value in taking it. If I can see favourites are beatable then I’ll likely bet on it, if not, I won’t. I may also take a couple of quaddies at the meeting. If it is particularly hard to get, then I may got for lower percentage bet but look to cover all realistic chances, and another bet on a smaller combination but a higher percentage. Users can learn more about how to enter here.

You can login with username Formpro and the password can be heard by calling 0900 36 76 7  ( 0900 FORMPRO )  for a cost of $10 which will last till next Thursday night, May 21. Or you can subscribe here with Credit Card or direct banking into ANZ 01-0677-0114026-00

Some users, instead of ringing the 0900 36767 number now like to deposit $10 into my Bank account ANZ 01-0677-0114026-00 and then text me on 027 352 6402 for the Formpro current and new password which will last till next Thursday night, which can be done easily. ( Or $5 for  Day pass)

Good luck,

Neil

Enquiries to Neil at [email protected] or text or phone 027 352 6402

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Neil is New Zealand's leading form analyst with particular expertise in the area of horse racing sectional times. He has had a life time interest in racing. The Formpro website first started back in 2008 - 10 years ago!