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Horse Racing Winners (How To Find Them Fast)

(Last Updated On: May 17, 2017)

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The selections found inside this video today are:

Date Time Course Name Recommended Odds
17/05/2017 18:25 Bath Attain 2.64
17/05/2017 18:05 Perth Just Before Dawn 1.39
17/05/2017 18:35 Perth Welcome Ben 3.82
17/05/2017 13:40 Yarmouth Farook 1.64

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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.

6 Comments

  1. Hi Michael. Thanks for the video. Why did you change the public odds % to 90 exactly? Should we always change that? Does it depend on time of day? Odds of selection? So far i haven’t been changing it. Is it important that we change it depending on different circumstances? Cheers. Richard

    1. Changing the public odds % puts more weight on the public odds than our odds when calculating the final odds. For these selections, because they’re always going to be short priced, the market is likely to be more accurate than us, so I want to give a heavy weight to the market in order to determine a reasonable value and not have the horses value odds much higher than they should be.

      Generally, the 55% is good for anything up the night before or morning of racing, then as you get closer to the race time and more people are placing bets, the market gets more accurate and you can increase the percentage. Usually I wouldn’t put it this high until a few minutes before the race. Leaving it at 55% can find you excellent value in the bookies morning markets before they really know how people are going to bet and when they make the most mistakes in their odds.

  2. I have to say following Michaels advice will give you more than a good chance of making a profit, for me the game changer came when I watched one of his videos on how to select horses that are in with a good chance on a particular race, what he said made total sense in terms of form, weight, class and winning distances. I initially had a lot of success picking short priced and longer priced winners but for some reason call it human nature you get lazy, youre not as thorough and the success rate drops. I have recently gone back to basics practicing what Michael was teaching, suddenly the winning bets start to roll in again, I dont mind telling anyone this, the main factor in a horse winning or making a very good challenge is class, yes weight comes into it, so does form but really if a horse has run well on todays mark agianst similair class or their official rating then you have a very good bet today, recently I started to dutch lay horses that didnt fair well in the class they were racing in, normally I will find 3-5 horses, accumulate those odds and you are laying at an average of around 4/1, get good at this and you will have a strike rate of 90%, the longest winning run I had was that I successfully laid 32 races in a row, figures like these are no fluke its all down to common sense and especially what Michael has taught, Im so confident I now use a one point staking plan to more than recover losses. If you are struggling forget the tipsters, forget the free ratings sites and take real note of what Michael offers in terms of software and the general free advice. Im quite astounded by my own findings that weight really isnt a major factor, I did think that was the key but it isnt its class and certainly ground conditions, there are other factors such as being boxed in on the shorter sprints, this guy has totally changed my betting in terms of only enter the market when the odds are in your favour.

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