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  • Jun- 2021 -
    22 June
    Profitable Losing – To Learn How to Win, You Must First Learn How to Lose! 1

    Profitable Losing – To Learn How to Win, You Must First Learn How to Lose!

    You simply can’t learn how to win without knowing this! There are no shiny bells or huge ROIs here. Nonetheless, this is one of the most important things you’ll ever discover and will ultimately prove the difference between long-term success and failure. What you’ll often find is that we hardly ever talk about the ‘boring’ stuff. Yet this is what…

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  • May- 2021 -
    27 May
    Grand National 2022! 2

    Grand National 2022!

    The Grand National is in the books for yet another year. The 2020 edition of the famous horse race was won by Minella Times, as the Irish-bred horse outran 39 other competitors. The 2021 Grand National was a historic one, as jockey Rachel Blackmore became the first woman to win the race. Winning trainer, Henry de Bromhead, also continued a…

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  • 27 May
    Highlighting Some Royal Ascot Runners 4

    Highlighting Some Royal Ascot Runners

    5 horses you might like to follow ahead of Royal Ascot The flat horse racing season has got off to a barnburner of a start. The QIPCO Guineas Festival at Newmarket jump-started the flat horse racing season at the beginning of May. Already, fans are gearing up for the biggest event of the summer – Royal Ascot. The annual summer…

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  • Apr- 2021 -
    21 April
    Inside the Rails – Looking Forward To The Summer Action 5

    Inside the Rails – Looking Forward To The Summer Action

    It has been a pretty eventful few weeks since my last article. The Cheltenham Festival took place and, although there were no fans, the action was every bit as exciting as it always is. Within BG Racing, we had loads of fun with a tipping competition for shareholders, and daily Zoom calls where several shareholders and I got together to…

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  • 10 April
    Grand National 2021 Analysis & Selections 7

    Grand National 2021 Analysis & Selections

    It’s the 2021 Grand National at 17:15​ Aintree today, the 10th April. The horses I like the look of are Bristol De Mai, Magic Of Light, Minella Times, Takingrisks and Anibale Fly. Check out the video to see why I like them, and how I’m planning on betting them. Please leave me a comment below to let me know who…

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  • Mar- 2021 -
    26 March
    Horse Racing Tip

    The 1 Best Horse Racing Tip In The World

    “do you have any tips for today?” “which horse is going to win today?” These are questions I get asked on a daily basis. You may be aware that I don’t give out horse racing tips. There is a very good reason for that. Have you ever met anybody who has made a consistently long-term profit over a period of…

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  • 18 March
    Inside the Rails – On Your (Handicap) Marks: Get Set Go! 8

    Inside the Rails – On Your (Handicap) Marks: Get Set Go!

    It has not been a great month for racing if truth be told. The big freeze was followed by more water-logging, and the final hopes that a few people might be allowed to watch the Cheltenham Festival in person were extinguished. Then, just as we got some better ground and the excitement started to ramp-up, the Gordon Elliott story broke…

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  • 8 March
    The Three Most Likely Winners at the Cheltenham Festival 2021 11

    The Three Most Likely Winners at the Cheltenham Festival 2021

    The 2021 Cheltenham Festival (16th – 19th March) is fast approaching. It is, of course, one of the busiest times of the year for bookmakers and punters; even if the lack of fans in attendance this year means that all the betting will be done away from the course. Tens of millions will be placed on the 28 races, with the bookies…

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  • Feb- 2021 -
    3 February
    Leading Novice Hurdle Prospects for 2021 Cheltenham Festival 13

    Leading Novice Hurdle Prospects for 2021 Cheltenham Festival

    With the 2021 Cheltenham Festival getting ever closer, contenders are emerging for the novice hurdle races all the time. Many of the top prospects are trained in Ireland, so it could pay to keep your eyes on races in Emerald Isle. Taking that into account, here are some of leading novice hurdle contenders for Grade 1 honours come Cheltenham. Ballyadam Racehorse owners…

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  • 2 February
    Inside the Rails – Two Runs Down, One To Go 14

    Inside the Rails – Two Runs Down, One To Go

    The first month of 2021 is in the books, and while we have some vaccine rollout and some light at the end of the tunnel, it seems unlikely that we will have spectators at the Cheltenham Festival this year, which will be a real shame. On a personal basis, I am looking forward to the time when owners are allowed…

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  • Jan- 2021 -
    19 January
    The Crazy Magic Of Horse Racing Winners 16

    The Crazy Magic Of Horse Racing Winners

    It Pays Off Handsomely!Ian Philips Over +120 Points Profit This Weekend!Andre Your Endless Energy And Enthusiasm Has Been A Real Tonic And Taken Me On A Journey To Successful Profitable BettingGraham Mitchell 88% Win Rate… Over +1000 Points Profit!James Black These are some of the kind words that I’ve received recently as testimonials from Race Advisor Pro members. Reading them,…

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  • 3 January
    Horse Racing Syndicates In 2021: How They're Going To Work! 17

    Horse Racing Syndicates In 2021: How They’re Going To Work!

    Lots of us will be happy to see the back of 2020 and will be hoping that 2021 is a big improvement! I’m particularly hoping that members of horse racing syndicates are able to enjoy visiting more racing. I must say, it seems unlikely improvement will be seen in the early weeks, as restrictions seem to be tightening and, unfortunately,…

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  • Dec- 2020 -
    31 December
    Tracking Horses

    Successfully Tracking Horses (A Regular Punters Authentic Guide)

    Guest post by John Waters Do you know how big Racing is in the British Isles? On a quiet day in the UK there are, perhaps, 4 race meetings. This means a total of 350 runners per day! And… this is over 363 days (COVID-19 allowing). Add in the increased numbers running on Fridays, Saturdays, Festivals and in Ireland, and…

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  • 24 December
    UNCOVERED: The King George VI Horse Race Winners 2020 19

    UNCOVERED: The King George VI Horse Race Winners 2020

    If you want to enjoy a horse race, then Boxing Day is (in my personal opinion) one of the best horse racing days of the year. I love the King George VI race, and usually I would do an analysis of it the Boxing Day morning. But this year’s been a bit different. So… I figured… Let’s do a really…

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  • 16 December
    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi - Episode #3) 20

    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi – Episode #3)

    In episode three of the series, we get betting bot software installed onto the Raspberry Pi. This puts us in the position of having a computer that is running 24/7, connected to our home internet, that we can log into from anywhere, which has a betting bot running on it. The software that you voted for in the last episode…

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  • 2 December
    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi - Episode #2) 21

    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi – Episode #2)

    Everything is running smoothly in Episode #2 of building your own 24/7 betting bot. A few lessons have been learned: 1) You will need a Windows computer, USB Mouse and USB keyboard to setup your Raspberry Pi. 2) You will need a Micro HDMI display cable, the other end should be VGA or DVI whatever your monitor takes. Make sure…

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  • 1 December
    Inside the Rails Spectators Back At The Races 22

    Inside the Rails Spectators Back At The Races

    Another month of lockdown is almost behind us in England. It seems that there will be some spectators back at the racecourses in the coming days, in what was a surprise change in policy. It will of course depend on the local restrictions in the area where the course is located and is subject to change, but with an increase…

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  • Nov- 2020 -
    30 November
    The Ayr 13:35 Horse Race Analysis Sneak-Peek (Do You Think This Horse Will Win?) 24

    The Ayr 13:35 Horse Race Analysis Sneak-Peek (Do You Think This Horse Will Win?)

    It’s Monday, lockdown is easing (for some people), and it seems like horse racing may get spectators back soon. What better way to start the week than by analysing a horse race! I’ve chosen to focus on the Ayr 13:35, a Class 4 Hurdle race being run over 3m 70y. There’s a prize fund of £3,769 and the ground at…

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  • 18 November
    Broken

    You’re Broken, and It’s Stopping You From Winning On Horse Racing

    Ever wondered how some people can make a fortune from betting on horse racing while everybody else struggles to make a small profit? It’s the age-old horse racing conundrum. We’ve all heard the stories of bettors and teams that make millions from betting on horses. What do they have that you don’t. You may be thinking they have advanced teams…

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  • 13 November
    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi - Episode #1) 34

    Building Your Own 24/7 Betting Bot (Using A Raspberry Pi – Episode #1)

    Running a betting bot can be a nightmare. Most software only runs on Windows, so if you’re a Mac user it’s game over, and even if you use Windows, the second your computer goes to sleep it stops working! Using a remote desktop or VPS is expensive, and they’re sluggish and slow. So… I’m investigating whether you can build our…

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