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  • Cheltenham 1

    Cheltenham

    Bookmakers tend to enjoy the unpredictability of major festivals such as Cheltenham, Newmarket, and Aintree. With so many world-class horses facing off against one another, it can be a nightmare to choose a potential winner. Occasionally, such as the Cheltenham Festival in 2017, a significant number of favourites win and give the bookies a much-needed bloody nose. When it comes…

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  • First Run Since Gelded: How Do These Horses Perform? 2

    First Run Since Gelded: How Do These Horses Perform?

    A gelding is a male horse that has been castrated. Gelding is supposed to make horses easier to handle, and they usually have little or no interest in mares. Therefore, a gelding should be more focused and not think about the opposite sex; at least that’s what some punters think. However, a gelded horse will have its speed and consistency…

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  • Should you focus on specific yards in the lead up to major events? 3

    Should you focus on specific yards in the lead up to major events?

    Bookmakers tend to enjoy the unpredictability of major festivals such as Cheltenham, Newmarket, and Aintree. With so many world-class horses facing off against one another, it can be a nightmare to choose a potential winner. Occasionally, such as the Cheltenham Festival in 2017, a significant number of favourites win and give the bookies a much-needed bloody nose. When it comes…

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  • The 15:15 at Chelmsford (ripped apart!) 4

    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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  • 1st Saturday... the dawning of a new era! 10

    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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  • February’s finest NH performers 11

    February’s finest NH performers

    We are approaching the business end of the National Hunt season as it gets closer to the two main festivals; Cheltenham in March and Aintree in April. By the time February rolls around, all eyes are firmly on the massive meeting at Cheltenham the following month where the Gold Cup and several other Grade 1 races take place. February can…

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  • You said it, we listened, here it is... 12

    You said it, we listened, here it is…

    Over the last couple of months, we’ve been listening to you tell us that you get too many emails from the Race Advisor. Which is why, starting today, this newsletter will become a bi-weekly email! Every Tuesday and Saturday you’ll get an email packed with free race analysis, previews, strategies, staking, tips and stats. If you have any questions about…

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  • Exotic bets: Is there a point in wagering on Lucky 15s and other bets with fanciful odds? 13

    Exotic bets: Is there a point in wagering on Lucky 15s and other bets with fanciful odds?

    Most of us have been guilty of it in the past; usually when we make our first foray into betting. For me, it was football accumulators as it was several years before I began betting on horse racing. The allure of the long shot is impossible to resist for the casual punter. The whole ‘look for value and bet on…

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  • READ THIS ...!!! 15

    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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  • 3yo handicaps: Should you back, lay, or stay away? 16

    3yo handicaps: Should you back, lay, or stay away?

    Younger horses receive a Weight For Age (WFA) Allowance when up against older horses. The size of the allowance depends on the month of the race, the horse’s age, and the length of the race and it is supposed to make up for a horse’s lack of physical maturity. Horses on the flat are deemed ‘mature’ at the start of…

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  • More sugar lumps, dear? 17

    More sugar lumps, dear?

    Have you ever wondered what happens to horses after their racing days are over? Do they sit around boasting about their triumphs while eating sugar lumps in high-backed chairs?      “Did I tell you about that time I won the Gold Cup, dear?”      “Yes, Denman, about a thousand times.” Perhaps you know what a couple of retirement…

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  • Are Course & Distance Winners a Boon for Your Bank Balance? 18

    Are Course & Distance Winners a Boon for Your Bank Balance?

    Some punters get excited when they see a horse that is a previous course and distance winner. It is very easy to determine if there is one in any given race. You can go to the Racing Post and on the race card, look for the initials ‘CD’ beside a horse’s name. As you can see, Sunshineandbubbles is a course…

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  • Is Laying Odds-On 2yo Horses on the Flat a Winning Strategy? 20

    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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  • What is the 04 System & Is It worth Your Time and Effort? 21

    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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  • How Do Notable Jockeys With One Ride at a Track Perform? 22

    How Do Notable Jockeys With One Ride at a Track Perform?

    Jockeys with just one ride at a track are known as ‘one trick jockeys,’ and it is an area of intrigue for some punters. It’s a sad fact that jockeys won’t get rich off their fees. According to Racing Post figures taken from July 2017, jockeys earn £164.74 per ride in National Hunt races and £120.66 on the Flat. You’ll…

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  • Hidden Track Specialists 23

    Hidden Track Specialists

    The term ‘horses for courses’ has been in the English lexicon for quite some time and even though it has become a cliché, we can still use it to make a profit. It is a fact that certain horses simply can’t get enough of a particular track. From their perspective, a specific track could have a shape or going that…

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  • Get your 15 minutes of PROFIT 25

    Get your 15 minutes of PROFIT

    There’s a great Andy Warhol quote. “In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” Which, if you watch TV, does seem to have come true! But we’re not interested in fame at the Race Advisor. We’re focused only on making you rich – in 15 minutes. That’s why we’re so proud of The 15 Minute Method. An awesome…

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  • National Hunt, Chase or Hurdles? Can You Profit From Both? 26

    National Hunt, Chase or Hurdles? Can You Profit From Both?

    For horse racing lovers, the thrill of National Hunt racing acts as some form of compensation for the shorter and colder days of autumn and winter. NH races feature older and larger horses than its Flat counterpart, and from September to April, these events are the main focus of the racing calendar as the Flat season takes a backseat. The…

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  • National Hunt, Chase or Hurdles? Can You Profit From Both? 27

    National Hunt, Chase or Hurdles? Can You Profit From Both?

    For horse racing lovers, the thrill of National Hunt racing acts as some form of compensation for the shorter and colder days of autumn and winter. NH races feature older and larger horses than its Flat counterpart, and from September to April, these events are the main focus of the racing calendar as the Flat season takes a backseat. The…

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  • Review of Sports Trading Exposed 28

    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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