|Posted: December 19, 2010, 4:27 pm - IP Logged|
Great hearing from you and I am happy to hear of your success at the Keeneland meet. I am trying to make sense of your email below and would appreciate if you could explain how you determined that in Race 9 that the V horse was 5 and 8 also you said that the Astro horse was 5 and 7, Now using the 5 and 7 as your key how did you play the superfecta in that race what was your betting strategy. Basically what I dont understand is how do determine who is a V horse and who is a Astro horse.
Will you be offering a manual for sale from this seminar
When you turn your computer on, you click on 'V'. It tells you to enter the horses birthday. After you do this, it asks you to enter the event date. After the event date is entered, you press the EXE key. A number will appear on the display. If that number is within one day of the horses birthday, it is a V horse. Let's say the horse was born on May 7, and the number on your computer is 8. A 6, 7, or 8 date would qualify this horse as a V horse. Remember, before, on, or after the horses birthday, would be considered a V horse."
Gillen Q & A Continued for those inclined....//////
Hope all is well.......
I have several questions I hope you or your dad can answer.......I have a small research group that is working on New York horse and pick 3/4 bets along with the lottery pick 3/4.......We are currently using your fathers books and material to try and follow along with your recent posts ......We found your 100k recent hit to be fantastic however for the life of us we could not figure out what you were/are doing.......
And were are extremely well versed in your fathers research,books and astrological forecasting
We tried and tested many versions of the bets but could not get the same results......We really wish there was a step by step instruction booklet we could learn to follow....For us to get it to work as well
Will this material in its entirety be published in the new book??
If not tell us what to do next
Please help us understand what's going on as we find the betting edge to be interesting.....but need encouragement........
Also....we have tried on several occasions over past years to get the system to work but with minimal if any results and most lost several thousand trying!!......including myself.....
Ps... Any way you could post a few W-2's from your recent bets?.........I think it will encourage a few non believers in the group.......However we were all believers at one point.....
To prove there is light at the end of the rainbow...........We all literally cant afford to make many more mistakes
First, to answer question about the updated version of the lottery book. The AFA was to be on this project in July 2010, since dad had time to work on it. They sent the contracts, last September. Dad signed them, but they were never returned. When I questioned Kris Riske about this, she said they would be sent, but they never came, and since dad has never received a royalty check from the AFA, I would say this project is dead. If they do publish the lottery book, it would have to be the same as the original. As for the apps for the lottery program, the company in New York just wanted to get the information for themselves. Astrology is a dying art today. We only had five people in the horse racing seminar, with four of them playing Keeneland, and the other one joining in on the Breeders' Cup.
Dad informed me that his days of teaching are over. He does not think that the students today, in the digital age, are able to comprehend all of the data. So, all the groups will be closed, and he is finishing up with a stock market seminar. A lot of the old books are still out there for people who want them. The best book for the numbers would be AstroStats--published in 2000. All the numbers that have been posted are all in there. As for the W-2's, since this group will be shut down in a few days, I posted race 9 in the Files section, under BC2010.
What makes it difficult is that we have ten tickets of each. You'll notice that the transaction numbers for the same bet are different. This saves from taxes being taken out. Posting W-2's doesn't mean anything. We did this with the Winning Trifecta book, and posted $1 million worth, along with checks, and the Key to Speculation for Thoroughbred racing with over $3 million worth, and your critics will still say they were made up. So, it's all really superficial.
Your best bet now is to search out the book, "AstroStats"."