Betting Systems

  • Jun- 2019 -
    8 June

    Bookie’s Runner to Bookie Basher

    Thanks everybody for your interest, I have now, hopefully, come-up with the goods. My aim is maximum profits from minimum selections The basic system is a Trainer based Win & PLACE, and is as follows: Trainers with a minimum of 25% win, and or 50% placed runners, over the current season or longer. Minimum SP for the moment is 7/1,…

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  • Apr- 2019 -
    24 April

    The Each-Way Sandwich

    Originally this morning I thought that I was going to be writing about a strategy based on taking advantage of bookmakers being forced to give the wrong odds on the place portion of each-way bets. It’s not a new approach, but it’s still effective and nobody talks about it anymore. Why? Because it requires… effort! Oops, that’s a kind of…

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  • 12 April

    The Jumping Game

    As a woman who trained the great Best Mate to win three consecutive Cheltenham Gold Cups, no one could be better qualified than Henrietta Knight to discover what makes today’s top jumps trainers succeed. From eccentric, outspoken Yorkshireman Mick Easterby, to elegant, aristocratic Venetia Williams, from Irish wizard, Willie Mullins, to perfectionist champion trainer, Paul Nicholls and young pretender, Dan…

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  • Mar- 2019 -
    29 March

    Winning Horse Race Betting Systems

    Winning Horse Race Betting Systems, does exactly what is says on the tin! It gives you loads of winning systems to use, straight off the bat. The book introduces the best winnings ways, presented simply, and in plain English, for you to use yourself. Winning Horse Race Betting Systems was written 10 years ago. The fact that it still ranks…

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  • Dec- 2018 -
    13 December

    Frequent Flyer Miles – Can You Trust Trainers and Jockeys with Vast Experience at a Particular Course?

    Experienced horse racing punters know better than to take strike rates at face value. Although a jockey or trainer (or perhaps a combination of the two) may have an excellent strike rate at a specific track, it means a lot less when their horses are primarily short-priced favourites. Likewise, having a low strike rate doesn’t mean avoiding a bet because…

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  • Feb- 2018 -
    27 February

    The 15:15 at Chelmsford (ripped apart!)

    With the snow coming down across the country, it makes sense to focus your analysis on All Weather. After all, it’s called All Weather for a reason 😉 The 15:15 at Chelmsford is one of the most valuable races of the day, although with a winners prize fund of £5,434 that’s not saying much! It’s an interesting race because the…

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  • 24 February

    1st Saturday… the dawning of a new era!

    This is the first Saturday of the new Race Advisor newsletter and the second of your bi-weekly emails. Today I want to look at betting systems, and a slightly different way of using them than you may have thought of! When we use a betting system we’re pre-conditioned to always bet the horses that the system selects. After all, that’s…

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  • 5 February

    READ THIS …!!!

    There’s a brand new product launching tomorrow. And I want you guys to be the first to know about it. I also want to give you a better deal on it than everyone else. It’s called the VDW Maximiser and the cutting edge way it works is absolutely jaw-dropping. It takes Van Der Wheil (VDW) ratings, which I’m sure most…

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  • Jan- 2018 -
    16 January

    Is Laying Odds-On 2yo Horses on the Flat a Winning Strategy?

    There is often a suggestion that betting on Maiden and 2yo races is something of a gamble. After all, it is common to be left in the dark form wise which means you are almost taking a ‘guess’; never a good idea in the Sport of Kings. Some 2yo races will feature several horses making their debut. In such cases,…

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  • 9 January

    What is the 04 System & Is It worth Your Time and Effort?

    Finding a genuinely profitable horse racing system in the long-term is a joyful experience. This is mainly because countless systems don’t, and never will work. Even today when there is so much good information available on sites like Race Advisor for free, the betting public still want that edge. That’s why people who sell inefficient betting systems prosper. They may…

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  • 5 January

    I bet you have an opinion on this!

    Where’s better to bet – Betfair or the bookies? Wait! Not so fast. I know you’re all going to scream, “Betfair” and shut down this email. But there is a bit of a debate around this. Are there, in fact, some bets where our old enemies on the high street are the superior option? Our expert Patrick Lynch has been…

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  • Nov- 2017 -
    20 November

    Review of Sports Trading Exposed

    This huge guide is laden with detailed information on making a sustainable profit on the betting exchanges, at least until Betfair takes a huge percentage as commission! It is extremely well laid out, easy to follow and filled with enough information to turn any newcomer in the trading sphere into a money-making machine. At close to £100, Sports Trading Exposed…

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  • 1 November

    How to Win Using Place Alchemy

    The betting scene is laden with punters seeking that jackpot win. Whether it is the 5-horse accumulator or the 25/1 outsider, it is too easy to seek out the big price and forget about value. The world and its mother know that e/w betting is seldom a value proposition but what about Place Only Betting on the Betfair Exchange? Sure,…

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  • Sep- 2017 -
    6 September

    Eye-Catcher Micro Angles

    Al Shaqab Racing Angle The Qatar based Al Shaqab Racing is an operation clearly set up to have runners and of course winners in the best races. Today’s micro angle looks at their runners in UK Group races only. The utility of this angle is once again its real simplicity and given there will be plenty of runners for the…

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  • Aug- 2017 -
    22 August
    Horse Racing

    How Do Top-Weighted Horses Perform in Handicaps?

    When it comes to handicap racing, the top-weighted horse is usually deemed to be the classiest (highest OR) in the race; that is why it is forced to carry more weight than any other horse. On the one hand, handicappers in the UK are exceptionally talented and seldom get it wrong when determining how much weight a horse should carry.…

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  • 9 August

    How Can You Find Success With the Van Der Wheil Method?

    Michael has written about the Van Der Wheil (VDW) method at great length in Race Advisor so instead of going over old ground, I’m going to show you how I used VDW ratings to achieve a 44% win rate with an ROI of 98%. I began with £60 in my Betfair Exchange account and used £10 level stakes just to…

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  • Jul- 2017 -
    31 July

    Do Our Strategies Actually Work?

    There’s one thing that makes the Race Advisor different to every other betting website out there. Okay, there’s more than one ;), but there’s one which stands out… Our focus is to help you learn to use and adapt, betting strategies and techniques so they work for you, with your risk levels, your bankrolls and the time you have available.…

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  • 29 July

    The Cause of 99% of Betting System Failures

    Using betting systems is probably the most popular form of finding selections. Also, amongst horse racing fans, the actual building of the systems is very popular. The only problem is that most betting systems fail to make the profits that they’ve promised to deliver. And the primary reason for this is… backfitting. Well, that’s the name that most people use.…

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  • 20 July

    VDW (Complete Video Race Analysis)


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  • 17 July

    Micro Betting Angles (here’s one)

    How does a 64% strike rate sound? Or a 39% return on investment? Not bad for a Monday morning eh 😉 These are the kind of returns that can only be made using micro angles.  A micro-angle is a very niche betting system that takes advantage of something very specific. For example… If you follow Andrew Balding’s horses in Maiden…

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