A new approach to Winners Last Time Out

Some punters do look out for horses who have won their last races. And for good reason. As some have argued, don’t back a horse to do something it has never done before., like marry Prince Charles. Here’s how to spot a Winner Last Time out at www.racingpost.com At any...

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Favourites over 5 furlongs

Continuing our look at all things flat season, we turn our hand to the shortest distance out there. Sprint distances are a little like the money in my current account after I’ve just filled the car with petrol. Gone. In. A. Flash. Let’s take a closer look at 5 furlong...

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Armed and ready?

Are you armed and ready for the Grand National? Here is  my shortlist of horses following the patterns of previous winners. I have shortlisted horses by weight ( below 11 stone) , avoiding the favourite, horses at 33/1 or lower ( no consistent winners over...

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It’s only blinking Cheltingham!!

I think I’ve had too much Guinness already. Cheltenham is upon us next week. The Festival put on by the horse racing community to , of course, celebrate my birthday on the 13th March. Such a nice touch! I would have been happy with a keg of craft ale to be honest....

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The Goal Times can be the key to profit

Here’s a little football inplay technique that has served us very well this week  in the Italian Seria B football league. Frosinone are playing Como on the 16th February 2022. Como score first in the 28th minute. ( what a pity Como never signed Bobby Charlton - they...

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Giving myself more work to do….

Oh man, why do I do it to myself? On a recent trawl of the internet ( kellybrook.com is worth checking out, although I was disappointed that there were no gambling articles), I discovered a pdf available to download with some 74 free betting systems. As far as the...

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Reviews, Reviews, Reviews…..read all about it!

Over at www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk we are building up our reviews of horse racing tipsters and systems, football tipsters and systems, and other sport tipsters and systems. The review section is being completely overhauled. We have an army of independent reviewers...

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Do you know any good laying systems?

Asked a WRWM reader. ‘Football, greyhounds, or horses, I don’t mind!’ In order to answer this reader, I had to inform him that any ‘good’ laying system will have, as its foundation, a good history of calendar year profits! ( For the uninitiated, layers want their...

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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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