Horse Racing

Barbies Lunchbox Surprises

Apparently, according to the Amazon website, Barbies Lunchbox comes filled with surprises.

I know this because this is what one of our friend’s daughters has asked for as a present.

Now, I can’t give you plastic food, but I can give you a smorgasbord of racing advice for this busy Saturday of betting.

It begins with Alex Pepperell’s video tip, which you can access right here.

This is the 31st selection from Alex on the blog, and over those selections, he’s made a 31% ROI.

We follow this up with our daily Guest Tip which, today, comes from the Unity Racing Club.

This selection is available for you on the blog right now.

Then… we’ve got a bonus article for you today which goes through all the trends for the Ebor Handicap at 3:35 pm York.

It’s written by our in-house race watching expert John Burke, and the man behind EyeCatchers Pro.

You can get the Ebor Handicap stats by using this link.

Before finally, we move onto one of our free daily features, the Daily Stat Pack.

This stat pack provides a complete break down of all the best performing jockeys and trainers at each race every day.

And then… it moves on to highlight which of those trainers and jockeys are likely to have the strongest horses in their races!

Today’s Daily Stat Pack, which is available here, has highlighted nine races that you should be focusing on at the bottom of the post.

It’s a brilliant way to narrow down the number of races to consider betting on each day.

All the best,

The Race Advisor

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