Betting Against Short Priced Favourites

Short priced favourites win a heck of a lot of races. In fact as you will see in the short video below, in the past two years, backing horses at 1/3 or shorter would have given you close to an 80% strike rate of winning bets.However, this stat is significantly neutralised when you see that […]

Inform Racing Betting Tissue Tool

We have now added the betting tissue tool to the web site and it is available as a free extra feature for all current and new subscribers.The betting tissue tool allows you to use the ratings we provide in a number of different ways, to calculate your own betting tissue, or forecast prices. You can […]

Creating Your Own Betting Tissue Prices (2)

This post is an update to the previous one on this feature, with some updated results which appear to be very promising, as well as information on how users who couldn’t manage to use the excel spreadsheet version, can now access the sheets each day.This Betting Tissue Tool will soon be added to the website […]

Creating Your Own Betting Tissue Prices

For a long time now, professional gamblers have been creating their own betting tissue, or betting forecast, to compare with the actual forecast and the prices available at the off, in the pursuit of finding horses that they believe have been overpriced by the bookies.The bookmakers have some of the keenest form students on their […]

Course Ratings Proving Profitable

A couple of weeks ago we added some new info to the race cards that showed at a glance, amongst other things, how many times a horse has previously won at the course and at the distance.The response to this information that was already there, just not directly on the race cards, has been excellent […]

New Additions To The Race Cards

We have made some additions to the race cards after a number of requests were made to add a little more info to what you actually see right away, although most of this new info has always been available on the quick view pop up boxes too.1. Four new little columns.Firstly we have added four […]

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