Thank you Andrew

Thanks very much to Andrew for another very thought provoking article on football. I have a twist on his idea. Look for teams to NOT tolerate a continued losing run. Here’s a few examples. Atletico Madrid Title contenders Atletico Madrid on a 4 match losing run! 2...

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Boxing Day Shenanigans

I thought this eletter I’d look at the performance of favourites on Boxing Day. Are all of the jockeys putting up over weight after an assault on the After Eights? DISTANCE You’d be nearing a 51% strike rate over the last 10 years backing favourites over 2 mile and 5...

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A look at the Racingpost.com

The accompanying video introduces you to www.racingpost.com Here is the link to help you with the abbreviations you’ll find in the horse race cards. https://help.racingpost.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001699689-Abbreviations-on-the-racecard Video link: -...

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Researching football matches

In a recent eletter I showed you the Challenge Table. In this video I want to show you how to research more comprehensively using 3 key websites. Do have in mind a potential bet which fits in with your research. Which markets fit in with your research conclusions?...

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From Hurdle Favourites to Chase Favourites

I will reserve the ‘deep dive’ for Chase favoourites to the What Really Wins Money newsletter. There I look at the patterns and the ideal staking plans which have kept stakes low and maximised returns. In this eletter you’ll get the standout stats for favourites in...

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A good walk ruined…

At least for the Europeans in the Ryder Cup. We did get the US win, but the score was so one sided it was out of the realms of the 3 that I had selected at double figure odds. October begins now and with it Jumps racing. In upcoming eletters I will be looking at the...

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Thanks Andrew!

Thanks to Andrew David for his excellent eletter last week. Not bad for a Wolves supporter! In my last eletter I talked about ratings and the fact that, well, there are hundreds of ratings out there for horse racing all claiming to be the best. They can’t all be...

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September signals jumps

It’s that time of year where attentions turn to the National Hunt  ( Jumps) racing.   There are plenty of angles to be had , and I will be looking over these in the coming eletters. I know I have mentioned 3rd favourites in Bumpers before, but now is a good time to...

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A great example in doing your own research…

This week I received an eletter espousing the huge profits of a certain tipster this week  but there were a couple of points I’d like you to pay attention to whenever you receive these emails espousing yet another ‘bookie basher’ This emailer recounting a £7K profit...

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Before the off…..

Thanks to an eletter reader for pointing me in the direction of an excellent free resource https://bto.racingpost.com/ which is a comprehensive race card service powered by the Racing Post. I never knew this resource existed. These cards are the type you’d expect from...

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Your number 1 website this football season

I mentioned a few websites last week in the eletter for you to check out and use this new football season. Mother Russia begins her league. Austria begins its Bundesliga this weekend, the Romanians are with us ( Hooray!), as are the Croats ( get a haircut Modric!),...

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2-0 to the Eng-er-land

Gareth Waistcoat, erstwhile manager of England, got a tune out of Harry kane to end a run of 1-0 wins with a rather satisfying 2-0 v the Germans . It’s Ukraine in Rome next on Saturday for Eng-er-land. Can they keep the clean sheets alive? Will Thomas Muller consent...

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New Balls Please!

Wimbledon begins next week ( Come on Tim, I mean Andy, sorry I meant Kyle ( and our Heather). I would recommend you look at summer tennis, particularly the Grand Slams. Here’s a strategy which had a near 100% strike rate at the French Open. It is unique to men’s Grand...

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A Profitable Little Angle …Follow Up

A few weeks back I relayed an article about a profitable little angle in regards to backing favourites in Class 1 races throughout the UK Flat turf season. This involved a simple three bet process with a 1-2-3pt staking plan reverting to 1pt when we get a winner. Also...

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Another update from Andrew!

Thanks to Andrew David and Mr. Wiseman for their analyses of Andrew’s racing strategy. Andrew would like me to pass on some more distinctions, particularly regarding the staking plans.   Following on from Andrew David’s newsletter last week with details of the...

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A Profitable Little Angle?

The Flat season is now getting in full swing and already two of the classics have been run, the 1000 and 2000 Guineas. We have the Derby (June 5th), Epsom Oaks (for fillies) and the St Ledger to come. The above are what they call the Group 1 ‘Classics’. However there...

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