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  • Oct- 2019 -
    1 October

    Laying the Favourite – Profitable or Pointless?

    One of the best things about the Betfair Exchange, or any betting exchange for that matter, is the ability to place ‘lay’ bets. Prior to this innovation, all that most punters could do is ‘back’ an outcome they fancied, rather than making money by opposing a specific horse. Today, you have the chance to make money by ‘laying’ favourites that…

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  • Sep- 2019 -
    19 September

    Bad Each-Way Races (and how to use them!)

    Written by Eddie Lloyd Bad each-way races are where a bookie has no choice but to offer an over broke book on the place market of an each-way bet. Savvy punters have been exploiting this loop hole for years, and it’s proved harder and harder to get on these races with any sizeable bet, as it becomes more common knowledge…

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  • 3 September

    How to Understand the ‘Weird’ Ratings on Your Race Advisor Racecard

    Written by Patrick Lynch As a Race Advisor Pro member, you have access to arguably the most sophisticated horse racing software on the market, and also have more information than can easily be digested in a single sitting. In Winning Without Thinking, Nick Mordin asserts that the greatest asset one can have when trying to pick winning horses is time. He’s…

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  • Aug- 2019 -
    13 August

    Creating Micro-Systems From Changes In Racing

    Researched by Patrick Lynch The trouble with horse racing betting systems is that we’re never sure if and when a change to the sport will affect them. The average punter is guilty of completely ignoring external events in the mistaken belief they have no impact. This is an illogical conclusion. It is hard to believe that a different approach to…

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  • Jul- 2019 -
    1 July

    Turn Into A Betting Ninja With Micro Betting Systems

    I normally eschew nonsensical ‘salesy’ type titles. In this case, however, I feel it is appropriate to the content. Ninjas are known for having the ability to silently sneak in and out, completing their objective without anyone realising until it is too late. You can be the betting equivalent of a ninja when you create the right micro betting systems…

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  • Jun- 2019 -
    25 June
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    Inside The Rails

    How many times do we see stories in the racing press relating to high profile horses missing a big race target due to a minor injury or niggle, and how often do we read about horses that will miss the rest of the season through injury? I am sure you will realise that this happens all the time, and these…

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  • 21 June

    Horses To Follow On The Flat in 2019

    The flat racing season is now in full swing. At the time of writing the Guineas meetings in England, France and Ireland have concluded and we have just had the Derby meetings in England France. With Royal Ascot just around the corner there is plenty to look forward to in the rest of the season, and now that we have…

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  • 6 June

    How to Use the Monte Carlo Method in Horse Racing

    Monte Carlo is synonymous with casinos and betting, so it is hardly a surprise that there is a formula named after the place. When wagering on any sport, there are a remarkable number of factors to consider. In horse racing, for example, you have to account for the Going, the track, number of runners, the horse’s OR, whether it is…

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  • May- 2019 -
    10 May
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    The Scudamores

    Join the Scudamore’s as one of the most successful families in British sport settles down for a good, long chat about triumph and disaster at the races. Simply put, this book is not dissimilar to having a chat with your mates down the local pub. Brilliantly written but in an interview like style, this book will highlight the passion, brilliance…

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  • 3 May

    Finding In Form Trainers

    For obvious reasons, Trainers are an important element when looking for winners in racing. They’re instrumental in preparing a horse to be at its fittest and keeping it well and ready to race. They, with connections, also decide upon where the horse is best suited to run. With so many variables surrounding the outcome of a race the trainer themselves…

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  • 3 May

    Profiting From Early Place: A Back To Lay Strategy

    More than a decade ago I developed a formula to produce what I termed ‘pace ratings’ for all UK and Irish flat races. These ratings were based on the information contained in race readers published reports about how a horse had performed in a race (termed ‘comments in running’). The useful thing about these comments is that professional race readers…

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  • 3 May

    How to Construct Tissue Odds

    Being able to create a tissue is a very important element of making a profit from your betting, yet it’s an element which most bettors never consider. With that in mind, this article will show you how to create your own tissue odds using a very simple process. Our example race is a 7 runner handicap over hurdles. To begin…

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  • 3 May

    Creating A Betting Bank

    One of the most important factors to successful betting is determining what size bank to use and then the continual management of that bank. Understanding the relationship between losing streaks and the odds at which we bet is the first place to start. For example, if we were to bet at average odds of 9/1 then we would expect a…

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  • 3 May

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