Max, I think you have made a good move. Never follow good money after bad and if you have evidence to suggest you have lost your edge at Ipswich over time then it is time to direct your money and work to others tracks that still provide you with profit. Good luck there
and that from a bookie thats been winning for 30 years,wheres the proof,he said so FFS.
max if you are winning at tracks ,where the same jockeys and trainers race at,as do at ipswich,then something has crept into the way you do your ratings or methods you use,or something,not knowing how you arrive at your selections,i can't say what,but its a safer bet to say that the fault probably lies with something you're doing.
have you heard the saying,a good handicapper will survive if they raced around a half mile oval,whereas the one with flaws in his handicapping will struggle on a perfect track?
you obviously keep all records,so a pattern should show up,besides the one of your losses,start analysing or keep looking if you have already started.
ps b/bookie just gave you evidence