Some days of racing are great. We can look forward to top quality racing on Saturday and Sunday. I don't mind taking hours or days studying form for such races. It's worth the effort and it gets what Poirot would call the 'little grey cells' working hard.
But when I take ages to study races that are of a much lesser grade, it's not a good sign. I worry when that happens. It means I am wading through some low class racing, desperately trying to find us some potential winners or double figure priced each way selections . . .
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