Losing your money to the bookies hurts. I know, because I’ve been there!
Just before a big racing festival started, I’d be excited, like a kid getting their candy. But then the festival began, and race after race my horses lost. Race after race, I was handing my money back to the bookies. I felt like the kid who’d got his candy, only to find it rotten inside the wrapper.
It was the worst feeling in the world.
Heading home, I’d realise that I didn’t have any money left, the bookies had stolen it from me. I was going to be eating instant noodles for the rest of the month, and it would take me days to recover from the shock of it.
I was desperate, I knew that people were winning. Heck, I saw them walking away from the track with wedges of banknotes in their hands!
“That was when I decided to start taking notes on how every horse ran!”
Before the next festival, I got the early declarations, the list of horses that would be racing, and started looking for videos of all their most recent past races.
Then I’d watch each video, and make notes on how that horse performed over the ground, distance, weight and in comparison to the other runners in the race.
It took me days. Sitting in a dark room, squinting at the screen to make sure I didn’t miss a single detail of the race, often watching each race two or three times to make sure that I had seen everything right.
The more videos I watched, the clearer a picture I had on which horse I thought would be able to win each race.
By the time the horse racing festival began, I had hundreds of pages of notes.
You will get a clear selection for each race on every day of the festival. Alongside the selection will be details of how much to stake and what type of bet to place. Nothing is left to chance!
Full Race Analysis
A full race analysis will allow you to see the reasons behind the selections chosen. Use the analysis to make your own decisions on which runners to bet in the race.
Trends and Statistics
Every race will come with a complete breakdown of it's trends and statistics. Discover which types of horses have won this exact race in the past, and which are most likely to do so again.
"Now really you have something here, this is not coincidence, four out of five winners at combined odds of 28/1"
Wondering what we provide inside the guide? Here's an example from Ascot..
At York, on the 17th May 2017, I will be providing a Festival pack for the following races...
At York, on the 18th April 2017, I will be providing a Festival pack for the following races...
For each of the above races, I'll be sharing with you...
Now you’re probably wondering how much I’m going to ask for this, and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Most of us bet at least £5 a race.
To find that selection, not only does it take hours to analyse a race properly, it also takes years to gain the knowledge to be able to do it profitably. You can now skip the years of training, and the hours of work to finding profit, by letting me share my notes, historical statistics, analysis, insights and selections in each race.
I’m sure you’d agree that to charge the same amount as we bet per race would be completely fair. After all, there’s a huge amount of work that goes into each selection and that £5 bet could make you £20, £50 or even £100 in profit.
But I’m not going to ask for that.
All I usually ask, is for a contribution of £3 per race.
That’s like buying me a drink for each race I give you an analysis for.
During the Dante Festival we will be analysing eight races, so all I would usually ask for is £24 in total for the analysis of every single race!
Each race analysis takes me between four and six hours, that's 48 hours of work. At the minimum wage of £6.70, that makes this guide worth £321.60. But I'm sure you'd agree, that an experienced race reader and form analyst should get more than minimum wage.
BUT... today I'm only going to ask for £17 for every race listed above (and some unannounced bonus ones)
So why am I doing it so cheap?
Well, first and most importantly, I want YOU to make a profit.
And, I'm going to be doing the analysis for myself. After all, betting on horses in festivals is how I make my living.
Which is why I can share my analysis with you for so little.
If you're fed up walking away from the track with empty pockets. If you want to change your luck, then it's time to take action today!
This guide is for the Dante Festival from the 17th May - 18th May. It's a two-day event, which means you only have one chance to profit from it.
Or... you can do what you've already been doing, and continue to make a loss. Only you can change your luck!
Take the amount you have to be across the festival, divide it by the number of races and split that across all bets in each race.
The selections will be sent along with the complete guide to the festival by 10am the morning of racing. Although we try to have it with you the night before racing if we have all the data available to make accurate decisions.
You should use an odds comparison site to find the best odds. If you can place a bet with a bookmaker offering Best Odds Guaranteed, then this is recommended.
Absolutely! As a professional bettor, I bet all selections that I recommend.