“I had 3 winners out of four today at Kelso, remarkable absolutely remarkable, I thought I’d share this with you as only last night I read an article on your blogs about just using official ratings to find winners, not only this but the final race in which the horse came second really should have won but just run out of turf.
For the record I looked at today’s rating, noted down any wins or half length losses at or around this mark, I also noted down class and distance, it really did not take long to make my mind up which was the stand out horse, out of the winners were two favourites at even and 2/1 the third selection which also won had an sp of 8/1 the final horse which only just missed out was 9/1.
So for me the penny has finally dropped, don’t listen to the so called experts, trust in your own judgment, leave the highly competitive races to the foolhardy and do your homework, there are many strategies that could have been used today not just straight betting, trading in play springs to mind.
I have tried to find the post again but unable to locate would appreciate you posting again and thanks for a very profitable days racing.” – Mark
This comment was posted on the blog last night, and I cheered. Mark’s completely nailed it on the head!
I’ve been saying for years since the Race Advisor was born…
The best way to make a profit from betting is to learn how to do it yourself.
Yup, use tools to speed up the process, but learning to do it yourself gives you a better understanding of both the sport and the type of betting that works for you.
The Race Advisor is here to help you achieve that dream. We’re going to show you that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.
All the best,
Michael and the Race Advisor team
P.P.S. I’m biased, but I believe it’s the best horse rating software out there.