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Thanks to all respondents to my request for reviewers. I will be making contact with you today and over the weekend. If there is anyone else who’d like to be considered for reviewing systems and tipsters please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those of you...
Here at WRWM Towers, we are on the look out for system and tipsters reviewers so if you fancy trialling and reviewing systems and tipsters for us, please get in touch! My email is email@example.com That over, there’s only one race on everyone’s mind this...
Here’s a couple of websites you can use in tandem to pick the winner of the Grand National The first website is https://www.thestatsdontlie.com/horse-racing/festivals/aintree/grand-national/ and the second trends website is...
Cheltenham is done and dusted and April 10th sees a small little race My Gran loved to bet on. It’s the Grand National. The best way to approach the race? Prayer Mat I would say. There are trends galore you can work at....
It’s not quite the same without the crowds is it, but the racing has been spectacular if a little favourite oriented. A couple of pointers. In the big field handicaps, get your betting head on. Go large! Large odds I mean. It seems to be the case that 16/1, 25/1,...
Usually in the 2nd week of March, it’s the Cheltenham Festival which takes up the headlines in the mainstream media, at least from a gambling perspective. But no, www.footballindex.co.uk ‘s crash has grabbed all of the headlines. The ‘football stock market’ prices...