Michael Wilding

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.
  • Dec- 2014 -
    15 December
    Advice

    Should I Automate My Betting?

    How do I automate my betting? What betting bot would you recommend? Those are the two most common questions I receive every single week. But the real question should be… Should I automate my betting? Automated betting is a very powerful tool when used in the right way at the right time. But it can also be devastating if you…

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  • 8 December
    Advice

    Less Can Be More

    Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information that you need to go through when you’re analysing a race? You’re not the only one. I get it as well. It’s something that we bring on ourselves because we want to get the best results. By wanting to get the best results, and make the most profit possible,…

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  • 1 December
    Advice

    Your A…B…C to Finding Profits

    It’s been a few weeks since I last dug into some statistics for you, and so I decided that it was time to jump back in today. I want to focus on helping you to find selections as fast as possible (whilst still making a profit of course!) In order to do that I’m going to focus on using just…

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  • Nov- 2014 -
    24 November
    Advice

    How To Lay Bet Without Becoming A Nervous Wreck

    Last week on the Race Advisor we did a poll to see what the most popular types of bets are. You can see the results below:   It’s not surprising that Back bets are the most popular type. Based on all the comments, thanks to everyone who sent in a comment it was great to read them all, Exotic bets…

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  • 17 November
    Advice

    What’s Your Opinion?

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  • 10 November
    Advice

    How To Make Ratings Work For You

    Todays post is purely due to an email that I was sent by Brian a little while ago. It’s something that really struck a chord with me. The easiest thing to do is to show you what the email said: “ Hi Michael. There seems to have been a lot of emphasis on ratings recently and there are loads out…

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  • 3 November
    Advice

    How To Find Improving Horses Using Your Daily Newspaper

    So when I say daily newspaper, I really mean website although if you want to use a newspaper you still can. One of the best ways to make a profit from your betting is to find horses that are improving and bet on them before they start winning. As soon as they start winning then the rest of the betting…

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  • Oct- 2014 -
    27 October
    Advice

    Is Being A Tipster Easy Money?

    When I first started the Race Advisor five years ago, I made the decision to not provide tips. I chose to do this because I believed then, and still believe now, that profitable selections are only one piece of the puzzle that you need to succeed. I’ve seen this proven time and again when punters join tipping services that make…

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  • 20 October
    Advice

    The Power Of Ranking Ratings

    What I want to share with you today is something from one of the best analytical racing minds in the US. He looks at racing in a completely unique way and his ideas have been significant in getting me to where I am with my betting today. The chances are that, being focused on UK racing, you’ve not heard of…

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  • 18 October
    Advice

    Live Blogging – British Champions Day 2014

    Welcome to the Race Advisor’s live blog for British Champions Day 2014. From 12:30 I will be blogging live race analysis and conversation to see if we can find the winners at Ascot throughout the days racing. This is an interactive event and you can chat with me by clicking on the Comments link under each of our live blog…

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  • 13 October
    Advice

    Discover How A Horses AW Form Can Be Used On Turf

    I believe that one of the best recent advances in horse racing is the increase in all-weather tracks that can be used year-round. Not only does it provide more racing, but it also provides a consistent surface that can be analysed on all year round. But, there is always the same question: “Can I use all-weather form on turf racing?”…

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  • 6 October
    Advice

    Profit From Odds-On Horses, Is It Possible?

    Once you’ve read this article you should check out this one I wrote about how often odds-on favourites lose. It was the great comments, and in particular two, that spurred me to write this post. I was asked these questions: What about focusing on the very short losing runs? What about laying? What about using a progressive staking plan? The truth is that I…

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  • Sep- 2014 -
    29 September
    Strategies

    How Often Do Odds-On Horses Lose?

    I was asked this question recently: “How often do odds-on horses lose, and how much?” And I thought, what better way than to investigate! So, I got all the data from 2013 for odds-on horses and began to dig in. There were 2054 runners who had an SP of less than 2.00, and 1208 of these won. That gives odds-on…

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  • 22 September
    Advice

    The Secret Of Growing Your Bankroll

    So you’ve finally started to make a profit. Congratulations. I know the feeling the first time you realise you’ve made a profit over a three month period is incredible. But what happens now? If you started with a £250 bankroll you may now have £500 or even a bit more. Although you’re in profit, they’re not huge because your stakes…

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  • 15 September
    Advice

    Who Are The Best Tipsters?

    The very first tipsters selection that we proofed was on the 13th August 2012. That means that we have now been proofing tipsters for just over two years! I’ve got to be honest, I hadn’t realised it had been that long until I was checking the stats for this article. In that time we have had 281 tipping services who’ve…

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  • 8 September
    Advice
    betting strategies

    Determine What Sort Of Bettor You Are

    For the last few weeks I’ve written about quite a lot of betting strategies. Which is why this week I thought it would be better to go back to the basics and cover a topic that most bettors forget about… What sort of bettor are you? This is a fundamental question. In a perfect world you would ask yourself this…

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  • 2 September
    Advice

    Would you be interested in a betting seminar?

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  • 1 September
    Advice

    Chase Turf Handicaps Analysed

    Let me be straight with you, I’ve been building a new strategy builder tool which also allows you to do research as well, and it’s because I wanted to play with it that I am writing this article. However, it’s filled with some very useful information so make sure you keep a copy of it close by. I’ve decided to…

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  • Aug- 2014 -
    25 August
    Advice

    Finding The Most Competitive Runners In A Race

    We can’t go about deciding on how we’re going to bet in a race until we know which runners are the most competitive. Which is why I thought I’d show you one way that you can do that. In just five minutes. Throughout the rest of this article I’m going to use the Official Rating to help me determine this,…

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  • 18 August
    Advice

    What’s This Value Thing All About?

    You’ve heard this word “value” battered about for months, possibly years, but yet it’s still some kind of elusive entity. Something that you can’t quite wrap your fingers around. What does it mean? Why should you check for it? How long does it take to determine if you’ve got it? Those are the questions that are running through your head…

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