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HORSE RACING PROFIT CASE STUDY: How I Made £25 An Hour With Small Stakes And Zero Preparation

The In & Out Horse Racing Technique That Wins

(Last Updated On: June 19, 2020)

This video of how to to jump in and out of horse racing to make a profit, was inspired by a question that I was asked in this Facebook Live.

In a similar way that horse racing traders jump in to trade a race just before it starts, we can do the same, but without trading.

It’s going to take a bit of practice to be able to do it, and you can use Aldermist (our LikeReal Racing platform to do that at zero risk when you register). But as you can see, that practice will pay off, when you have a spare thirty minutes or hour and can make that time profitable without any preparation.

If you want to start using this method, please leave me a comment below.

You can start using the same horse racing techniques, tools and ratings that I did in the video above by creating your account here.

Michael Wilding

Michael started the Race Advisor in 2009 to help bettors become long-term profitable. After writing hundreds of articles I started to build software that contained my personal ratings. The Race Advisor has more factors for UK horse racing than any other site, and we pride ourselves on creating tools and strategies that are unique, and allow you to make a long-term profit without the need for tipsters. You can also check out my personal blog or my personal Instagram account.

2 Comments

  1. At about 29:50 in the video you were looking at a speed chart and in particular the performance of a horse called Hold Fast. You commented that some of the data was from 2012 and earlier. I noted that there was no recorded races for that horse between 2012 and 2020, which seemed odd. Looking more closely I found that the model had pulled up the data for the present-day Hold Fast but also for another horse named Hold Fast 1 that died in 2012. Pretty rare phenomena I expect but thought you might like to know.

    1. Good spot. I realised this as well and it has been corrected in our databases. We’ve also added in a full series of new checks so that if our data providers try to send us horse ID’s matching old horses that are no longer racing, we pick it up. Thank you for letting me know 🙂

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