Betting Is A Mug’s Game
How to Win at Horse Racing
More an example of the types of systems, methods, profiles etc
that you will need to build up, to make it pay.
And it’s not the only way but it’s straightforward, it works and it’s
achievable by anyone.
So let’s get into some meat and take a look at the type of
approach that will turn your horse racing betting into a profitable
What we recommend is that you have a collection of key pointers
(Micro Systems, Stats whatever you want to call them) and you use
these to either…
Find selections to back or lay blindly.
You use them to find a shortlist of selections for further study.
Either way can make you good profit.
These systems don’t take long to find the selections for and we do
the work for our members on some of the key ones we use.
The methods that we will be sharing over the next few days are
extracted from articles written for our members by our expert
One of the linchpins of our horse racing team who writes for us
every month is the very experienced horse racing pro-punter, Mark
Mark’s overall approach is based on an in depth statistical study
of the habits and traits of the trainers, many of whom follow a
similar pattern year after year.
These methods have proven to be a consistent source of numerous
good priced winners and placed horses over the course of the
For that reason, Mark contributes an article each month
highlighting the 5 key trainers to follow in the coming weeks and
specifically which type of horse or race that has proved to be the
best performing amongst their runners.
In addition to the above profitable technique this type of research
can help develop angles and strategies that can lead to a portfolio
of Micro Methods.
Take for example the popular national hunt trainer Nigel
During his relatively short career to date he has saddled the
winner of the Aintree Grand National, the Scottish equivalent and
even a Cheltenham Gold Cup.
However despite these successes you would have made a £285
loss backing his runners to £1 level stakes during the last 5 years.
A while ago within the Insiders Club we started to notice a
particular trait that had seemed to have passed the majority of
pundits and punters by, that was his record with his charges that
for whatever reason had pulled-up on their last outing.
To most of us seeing a “P” as the last entry in the form figures
would be a big no-no.
Add to that the fact that the horse in question may well have been
off the track for some time too and you can see why these horses
may be allowed to go off at value prices.
The majority of form book guides place a big emphasis on solid
recent form so a layoff after a pulled-up run would readily be over
But the surprising fact is that following the Twiston-Davies
runners of this type would have produced a very healthy profit
during the last 5 year period:-
Last 5 years – Chases and Hurdles.
34 wins from 260 runners (13%)
+66.51 to Betfair SP
+21.68 to Industry SP
Chasers have a slightly better record than hurdlers.
13.7% SR (26/167) +17.85 to SP (+46.55 to Betfair SP)
Now that might not seem like a lot of profit to you, but the fact
is when you have a collection of angles like this one they soon add
up to a decent monthly profit!
The profits from this particular winning angle can be doubled by
adding a simple rule that constantly filters out the bad value bets.
<H1><b>Join Me And See How It Is Done I Will Send You My Daily Tips</H1></b>