Inspired by a post in Seen's Roger Charlton thread, I'm going to list a few young horses that... in fact, bugger it, I'll paste my response in that thread instead of trying to explain. I'm already well up with only 3 weeks of the flat season gone but I'll be very surprised if this thread doesn't highlight quite a few winners between now and August. My post is below but feel free to add to this thread if you spot a promising 2, 3 or even lightly raced 4 year old flat horses during your punting. April to July I'm virtually guaranteed to make a profit (what is it they say? Past performance is no guarantee of future performance?). I can't remember the last time I didn't make a decent profit in from April to June and the key is to do what Seen has just identified and that is young horses who have maybe ran green or not had the run of the race or who look like they are going to improve next time out. Of course that doesn't mean that they aren't up against something better the next time they run but if you get the right ones, there aren't many that wont pay off if you follow. If you have an aversion to backing horses at 6/4 and below then this is probably not the way to go for you but it most definitely suits me. By the way, when I say follow them three or four times, I'm not talking about some kind of Martingale increasing stakes type system. I just mean that I keep following them after they win their first race until I think the handicapper has got the measure of them. It's a bit of a shame this hasn't cropped up before because I don't want to after-event and mention the ones I've already won on in the last three weeks but I'll start a thread and name some names and, hopefully, you lot can add to the thread if you spot a young one that fits the bill.